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Perry, Oklahoma Conv, 1942

Workers List 1913
Sisters from U.K. to Australia
Posted Nov. 15, 2014

1913 U.K. Sister Workers in Australia

9 Total Sister Workers

Surname First Name From:
     
Alexander Hannah Knockerne, Avoca, Co Wicklow. Ireland
Dane Mary Drumbey, Springfield, Enniskillen, Ireland
Falkiner Laura A. Willsborough, Borrisokane, Co. Tipperary, Ireland
Higgins Queenie Tigroney Mines, Ovoca, Co. Wicklow, Ireland
Hutchinson Agnes Lauder, Berwickshire, Scotland
McClung Annie (Mrs.) 116 Clifton Park Ave, Belfast, Ireland
Pattison Bess Cloughjordan, Co, Tipperary, Ireland
Sargeant Lizzie Rathmore, Naas, Co. Kildare, Ireland
Smith Annie Bridge House, Rathdrum, Co. Wicklow, Ireland

TTT Editors Note:
The following were on the 1913 All Foreign Sister Workers list, but were left off the above list: 

Ida Davis: "Now Home from Australia; preaching in Scotland."
Polly Hodgins: "Now Home from Australia; preaching in Ireland."
Aggie Hughes: "Home from Australia, preaching in Ireland"

(transcribed by Cherie Kropp Nov. 15, 2014)

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