Photocopies of letters of Annie Ffrench from Samoa while she was a missionary with the London Missionary Society to members of her family.
Letters of Annie Elizabeth Ffrench
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- ReferenceGB 150 DA16
- Dates of Creation1897-1901
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialEnglish
- Physical Description1 envelope
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
Annie Elizabeth Ffrench was a missionary who served with the London Missionary Society in the South Seas Field in Samoa. She was appointed in 1897 and her missionary service ended in 1904. The London Missionary Society was a Protestant, interdenominational society although it was principally congregationalist. It was renamed the Congregational Council for World Mission in 1966; and from 1980 it has been known as the Council for World Mission.
Reference: Norman Goodall, A History of the London Missionary Society ( Oxford University Press, 1954 ).
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Location of Originals
The originals are still in the possession of the family.