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LMS Missionaries in early-mid 1800s

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LMS Missionaries in early-mid 1800s

Posted: 1 Feb 2006 1:43AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 11 Jul 2006 5:49AM GMT

Greetings!

I am looking for any information on certain LMS missionaries who were active initially in Tahiti and then in Samoa in the 1820-60 timeframe.

My great great grandfather was Rev George Stallworthy who was sent to the Marquesas in about 1834, then to Tahiti and finally to Samoa.
He married first Charlotte Burnett Wilson, the daughter of Rev Charles Wilson.
He married second Mary Ann Darling, the daughter of Rev David Darling.
All his many children were born in Upolu (Fale'alili I think).
One of them, William, may have died there aged 3 in 1852.
The Rev George died in 1859 just as he was appointed (or about to be appointed) as Principal of the Theological College at Malua.
HIs widow and the children travelled to England in 1860.

Does anyone have access to any records in which these names might appear?

Regards
Koromo
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
Koromo 1 Feb 2006 8:43AM GMT 
Christine Liava'a 6 Feb 2006 5:27AM GMT 
Koromo 7 Feb 2006 3:33PM GMT 
Christine Liava'a 7 Feb 2006 9:39PM GMT 
Koromo 8 Feb 2006 4:08PM GMT 
stampsr 27 Aug 2011 11:21AM GMT 
Koromo 27 Aug 2011 6:47PM GMT 
stampsr 28 Aug 2011 5:39AM GMT 
Koromo 28 Aug 2011 6:51PM GMT 
Michele9noble 1 Jun 2012 1:41AM GMT 
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