SAVIDGE, Frederick William

SAVIDGE, Frederick William. Stretham, Cambridgeshire 1862 — London 20.9.1936. British Baptist Missionary in North-East India. Worked as schoolteacher in London. Arrived at India in 1891. Together with his friend J. H. Lorrain he became the first missionary in Mizoram in 1894. In 1897 both moved to Arunachal Pardesh and returned to Mizoram in 1904. Together they developed the literary form of the Mizo language, then called Lushai. Retired in 1925. Married.

Publications: with J. H. Lorrain: A grammar and dictionary of the Lushai language. 346 p. Shillong 1898; part of the N.T. translated.

Sources: Wikipedia.

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