Account written by Annie C. Creagh, for the grandchildren of Rev Stephen Mark Creagh.
A short record of the life and missionary work of the Reverend Stephen Mark Creagh & Mrs Creagh in the Loyalty Islands, 1853-1901
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- ReferenceGB 102 CWML MSS/207
- Former ReferenceGB 102 CWML E14
- Dates of Creation1933
- Language of MaterialEnglish
- Physical Description1 vol (27 pp)
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Administrative / Biographical History
Stephen Mark Creagh (1826-1902) served as a missionary with the London Missionary Society in the South Seas, 1853-1901. He was appointed to the Loyalty Islands, and was stationed at Neché from 1854, where he established a mission press. From 1870 he was stationed at Lifu, until his retirement in 1886. His first wife, Susan Anna Peek, died at Maré in 1855. He remarried in 1858, to Saran Ann Buzacott, daughter of the LMS missionary Aaron Buzacott. Stephen Creah died in 1902.
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Donated to Council for World Mission by W. N. Gunson, 1959.