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New York (New York, United States) (search for this): entry scudder-henry-martyn
Scudder, Henry Martyn 1822-1895 Clergyman; born in Panditeripo, District of Jaffna, Ceylon, Feb. 5, 1822; came to the United States in 1832; graduated at the University of the City of New York in 1840; ordained in the Presbyterian Church in 1843. He sailed for Madras as a missionary in the latter year, and remained abroad till 1864. While in Madras he studied medicine and opened a hospital and dispensary for the poor. He was pastor of churches in Jersey City, Brooklyn, and Chicago, between 1865 and 1887, and then went to Japan as a missionary. He published several works in the Tamil language, among them Liturgy of the Reformed Protestant Church; The Bazar book; Sweet savors of Divine truth, a catechism; and Spiritual teaching. He died in Winchester, Mass., June 4, 1895.
Winchester, Mass. (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): entry scudder-henry-martyn
Scudder, Henry Martyn 1822-1895 Clergyman; born in Panditeripo, District of Jaffna, Ceylon, Feb. 5, 1822; came to the United States in 1832; graduated at the University of the City of New York in 1840; ordained in the Presbyterian Church in 1843. He sailed for Madras as a missionary in the latter year, and remained abroad till 1864. While in Madras he studied medicine and opened a hospital and dispensary for the poor. He was pastor of churches in Jersey City, Brooklyn, and Chicago, between 1865 and 1887, and then went to Japan as a missionary. He published several works in the Tamil language, among them Liturgy of the Reformed Protestant Church; The Bazar book; Sweet savors of Divine truth, a catechism; and Spiritual teaching. He died in Winchester, Mass., June 4, 1895.
Chicago (Illinois, United States) (search for this): entry scudder-henry-martyn
Scudder, Henry Martyn 1822-1895 Clergyman; born in Panditeripo, District of Jaffna, Ceylon, Feb. 5, 1822; came to the United States in 1832; graduated at the University of the City of New York in 1840; ordained in the Presbyterian Church in 1843. He sailed for Madras as a missionary in the latter year, and remained abroad till 1864. While in Madras he studied medicine and opened a hospital and dispensary for the poor. He was pastor of churches in Jersey City, Brooklyn, and Chicago, between 1865 and 1887, and then went to Japan as a missionary. He published several works in the Tamil language, among them Liturgy of the Reformed Protestant Church; The Bazar book; Sweet savors of Divine truth, a catechism; and Spiritual teaching. He died in Winchester, Mass., June 4, 1895.
Scudder, Henry Martyn 1822-1895 Clergyman; born in Panditeripo, District of Jaffna, Ceylon, Feb. 5, 1822; came to the United States in 1832; graduated at the University of the City of New York in 1840; ordained in the Presbyterian Church in 1843. He sailed for Madras as a missionary in the latter year, and remained abroad till 1864. While in Madras he studied medicine and opened a hospital and dispensary for the poor. He was pastor of churches in Jersey City, Brooklyn, and Chicago, between 1865 and 1887, and then went to Japan as a missionary. He published several works in the Tamil language, among them Liturgy of the Reformed Protestant Church; The Bazar book; Sweet savors of Divine truth, a catechism; and Spiritual teaching. He died in Winchester, Mass., June 4, 1895.
Brooklyn (New York, United States) (search for this): entry scudder-henry-martyn
Scudder, Henry Martyn 1822-1895 Clergyman; born in Panditeripo, District of Jaffna, Ceylon, Feb. 5, 1822; came to the United States in 1832; graduated at the University of the City of New York in 1840; ordained in the Presbyterian Church in 1843. He sailed for Madras as a missionary in the latter year, and remained abroad till 1864. While in Madras he studied medicine and opened a hospital and dispensary for the poor. He was pastor of churches in Jersey City, Brooklyn, and Chicago, between 1865 and 1887, and then went to Japan as a missionary. He published several works in the Tamil language, among them Liturgy of the Reformed Protestant Church; The Bazar book; Sweet savors of Divine truth, a catechism; and Spiritual teaching. He died in Winchester, Mass., June 4, 1895.
Hudson (New Jersey, United States) (search for this): entry scudder-henry-martyn
Scudder, Henry Martyn 1822-1895 Clergyman; born in Panditeripo, District of Jaffna, Ceylon, Feb. 5, 1822; came to the United States in 1832; graduated at the University of the City of New York in 1840; ordained in the Presbyterian Church in 1843. He sailed for Madras as a missionary in the latter year, and remained abroad till 1864. While in Madras he studied medicine and opened a hospital and dispensary for the poor. He was pastor of churches in Jersey City, Brooklyn, and Chicago, between 1865 and 1887, and then went to Japan as a missionary. He published several works in the Tamil language, among them Liturgy of the Reformed Protestant Church; The Bazar book; Sweet savors of Divine truth, a catechism; and Spiritual teaching. He died in Winchester, Mass., June 4, 1895.
United States (United States) (search for this): entry scudder-henry-martyn
Scudder, Henry Martyn 1822-1895 Clergyman; born in Panditeripo, District of Jaffna, Ceylon, Feb. 5, 1822; came to the United States in 1832; graduated at the University of the City of New York in 1840; ordained in the Presbyterian Church in 1843. He sailed for Madras as a missionary in the latter year, and remained abroad till 1864. While in Madras he studied medicine and opened a hospital and dispensary for the poor. He was pastor of churches in Jersey City, Brooklyn, and Chicago, between 1865 and 1887, and then went to Japan as a missionary. He published several works in the Tamil language, among them Liturgy of the Reformed Protestant Church; The Bazar book; Sweet savors of Divine truth, a catechism; and Spiritual teaching. He died in Winchester, Mass., June 4, 1895.
Fort St. George (Tamil Nadu, India) (search for this): entry scudder-henry-martyn
tyn 1822-1895 Clergyman; born in Panditeripo, District of Jaffna, Ceylon, Feb. 5, 1822; came to the United States in 1832; graduated at the University of the City of New York in 1840; ordained in the Presbyterian Church in 1843. He sailed for Madras as a missionary in the latter year, and remained abroad till 1864. While in Madras he studied medicine and opened a hospital and dispensary for the poor. He was pastor of churches in Jersey City, Brooklyn, and Chicago, between 1865 and 1887, anin the latter year, and remained abroad till 1864. While in Madras he studied medicine and opened a hospital and dispensary for the poor. He was pastor of churches in Jersey City, Brooklyn, and Chicago, between 1865 and 1887, and then went to Japan as a missionary. He published several works in the Tamil language, among them Liturgy of the Reformed Protestant Church; The Bazar book; Sweet savors of Divine truth, a catechism; and Spiritual teaching. He died in Winchester, Mass., June 4, 1895.
Scudder, Henry Martyn 1822-1895 Clergyman; born in Panditeripo, District of Jaffna, Ceylon, Feb. 5, 1822; came to the United States in 1832; graduated at the University of the City of New York in 1840; ordained in the Presbyterian Church in 1843. He sailed for Madras as a missionary in the latter year, and remained abroad till 1864. While in Madras he studied medicine and opened a hospital and dispensary for the poor. He was pastor of churches in Jersey City, Brooklyn, and Chicago, between 1865 and 1887, and then went to Japan as a missionary. He published several works in the Tamil language, among them Liturgy of the Reformed Protestant Church; The Bazar book; Sweet savors of Divine truth, a catechism; and Spiritual teaching. He died in Winchester, Mass., June 4, 1895.
Scudder, Henry Martyn 1822-1895 Clergyman; born in Panditeripo, District of Jaffna, Ceylon, Feb. 5, 1822; came to the United States in 1832; graduated at the University of the City of New York in 1840; ordained in the Presbyterian Church in 1843. He sailed for Madras as a missionary in the latter year, and remained abroad till 1864. While in Madras he studied medicine and opened a hospital and dispensary for the poor. He was pastor of churches in Jersey City, Brooklyn, and Chicago, between 1865 and 1887, and then went to Japan as a missionary. He published several works in the Tamil language, among them Liturgy of the Reformed Protestant Church; The Bazar book; Sweet savors of Divine truth, a catechism; and Spiritual teaching. He died in Winchester, Mass., June 4, 1895.
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