YOUNG, Alex Henderson

YOUNG, Alex Henderson. 18?? — 1916. Rev.  British (Scottish) Baptist Missionary in India. M.A. After five years as Pastor of Baptist Church came to Orissa in 1882. Headmaster of the English school in Cuttack (Katak) later known as Stewart School. In this he was succeeded by his younger brother John…

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SUTTON, Amos

SUTTON, Amos. Sevenoaks, Kent 1802 — Cuttack 17.8.1854. British Baptist Missionary in India. Arrived at Cuttack with his wife in 1825. The wife died very soon and he married later the widow of an American Baptist missionary. In 1833-35 they visited England and the U.S.A. to get support to the…

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BROWNE, John Frederick

BROWNE, John Frederick. 1835? — 1???. British Civil Servant in India. Son of Robert Browne. Studies at Exeter College, Oxford (Boden Scholarship of Sanskrit 1853) and Haileybury, in 1858 already in India, in Bengal C.S. Married, daughter born in India 1866. There was an elder JFB, a Lieutenant-Colonel, who had…

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STIRLING, Andrew

STIRLING, Andrew. 1793? — Calcutta 23.5.1830. British Civil Servant in India. Son of Admiral Stirling of Woburn, Surrey, educated at Haileybury, 1811-12. To India in 1813. After College of Fort William 1814 Assistant to Resident in Delhi, then Commissioner’s Secretary in Cuttack until 1828. “Persian Secretary to Government and Deputy…

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WILKINS, Gordon Smedley.

WILKINS, Gordon Smedley. 1869 — 1957. Rev. British Baptist Missionary in India. Worked in Sambalpur 1892-95, Berhampur 1895-1907, Cuttack 1907-09, Russekonda 1909-11, Berhampur 1911-13, Padampur 1913-16 and Cuttack 1916-27. In retirement living in London. Married with Ellen Lucy Pike, children. Publications: Completed J. G. Pike’s: A Comprehensive English–Oriya Dictionary. 1-2.…

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BEAMES, John

BEAMES, John. Greenwich 21.6.1837 — Clevedon, Somerset 24.5.1902. British Civil servant and Indologist in India, a Pioneer of Comparative NIA Studies. Served in India in 1858-93. Son of the Rev. Thomas B., educated first at Merchant Taylor’s School, then 1856-57 at Haileybury. In 1858 to India, served from March 1859…

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