Portraits of Livingstone's Friends and Relations

Scope and Content

Images of people associated with David Livingstone. Includes Mrs David Livingstone (Mary Moffat-Livingstone); Robert Moffat-Livingstone; Mrs Frank Wilson (Livingstone-Wilson), youngest daughter of David Livingstone, with her son and daughter; cutting with photograph showing David Livingstone with his daughter, Anna Mary, aged between six and seven; Mrs T. L. Prentice in 1863 (formerly Catherine Ridley); Manning Prentice, Mrs Manning Prentice (Susannah Ridley), Joseph Fison & Mrs Joseph Fison (Ann Ridley), 1850; Henry [Morton] Stanley ("Discoverer of Livingstone")- 2 images; John Smith ("A Journey with Livingstone"); Sir John Kirk; Robert Moffat (photographic copy of engraving of Moffat aged 20 and copy of sketch of Moffat as an older man); engraving of Arthur Tidman; engraving of Rev J. C. Brown, missionary, Cape of Good Hope; Kalulu of Senga (a link with Livingstone); Arab Makappa [also known as George Watteau ?]; cutting re George Watteau (Watteau claimed to have been one of the 'native carriers' of Livingstone's body - he was a 'native' of the Congo and came to England at the age of 14 - he later moved to Chislehurst and for many years was an organ blower at Chislehurst Wesleyan Church); Matthew Wellington, [? Chengwimbe] "one of Livingstone's Boys"; Jacob Wainwright with Livingstone's coffin, on board the Queen steamer, AID, which carried it from the Malawa at Southampton Docks to the Pier [featured in the Daily News, April 16 1874]; group photograph showing Agnes Livingstone and Thomas Livingstone, daughter and son of David Livingstone, Abdullah Susi, James Chuma and Reverend Horace Waller at Newstead Abbey, Nottingham, discussing the journals, maps and plans made by the late David Livingstone (by R. Allen & Sons, 1874).

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