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Frederick Baedeker, Horace Underwood and Arthur Neve – Heroes of the Cross

Christine Isabel Tinling [1869-1943], one of the founders of the Algiers Evangelistic Band, wrote short biographies of three other missionary heroes who inspired her: Frederick Baedeker, Horace Underwood and Arthur Neve of Kashmir. My thanks to Book Aid for making a copy of this public domain title available for digitisation. Christine Isabel Tinling [1869-1943], Heroes…

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Among the Wild Tribes of the Afghan Frontier with Theodore Pennell

Theodore Leighton Pennell [1867-1912] was a medical missionary to the North West Frontier of what is today Pakistan. Writing in the The Biographical Dictionary of Christian Missions C.H. Grundmann notes: Pennell’s fame was due not only to his medical skills and daring itinerations, mostly on bicycle and always moving unarmed amongst the heavily armed Muslim…

Pakistan

Theodore Pennell, Medical Missionary to the Afghan Tribes

Theodore Leighton Pennell [1867–1912] founded a missionary hospital and a mission boarding school in what is today Pakistan. Wikipedia provides a helpful summary of his life and work. My thanks to Redcliffe College for providing a copy of this book. This title is in the Public Domain. A(rthur) L(ancaster), Pennell of Bannu. London: Church Missionary…

Bateman, Roland | India | Missions | Pakistan

Roland Bateman, Missionary Bible Translator in the Punjab

Roland Bateman [1860-1916] served as a Bible translator in the Punjab. This book, written by a close friend in the Indian Civil Service, tells the story of his life and work. R. Maconachie, Rowland Bateman. Nineteenth Century Apostle. London: Church Missionary Society, 1917. Hbk. pp.208. [Click to download in PDF] Reproduced by kind permission of the Church…

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Arthur Neve of Kashmir by A.P. Shepherd

The case of Kashmir illustrates well one of the problems one faces when in dividing the world according to modern national borders when studying the history of mission. Both boundaries and country names have changed over time, so it is often difficult to decide in which country to place some titles. Both India and Pakistan both appear…