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The Journal of John Long
About the Early Days
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1893 - 1965
1966 to Present
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Letterhead used by workers titled Christian Conventions

Perry, Oklahoma Conv, 1942

Workers Lists 1912-13
New Zealand Sisters
Posted Nov. 15, 2014

Comparison of 1912 and 1913 New Zealand Workers List


1913 New Zealand Workers List:

Note: In 1913 there were NO sisters workers in New Zealand;
The year before (1912) there were 10 sisters in New Zealand.
The year after (1914) there were 6 sisters plus Mrs. McClung, wife of new Overseer Wilson McClung

Brother Workers Field
H. McNeary Jack Bell Auckland
J. Williamson W. Pickering Taranaki
W. Hooper Geo. Wix Otago
W. Hayes W. Fullerton Helensville


1912 New Zealand Workers List:

Brother Workers Field:
     
W. Hughes B. Morgan Dunedin
H. McNeary J. Bell Wellington
J. Williamson W. Pickering Hawkes Bay
W. Fullerton W. Hooper Canterbury
Wilfred Hayes Geo. Wix Bay of Islands
     
Sisters Workers Field:
M. Hodgins Mabel Wix Otago
Queenie Higgins Ella Blade Thames
H. Alexander S. Hooper Taranaki
Olive Billings Mary McLeod Waikato
Teenie Walker Harriet Hooper Canterbury

See Willie Hughes Letter of Explanation (image) (select "next" for page 2)
See Willie Hughes Letter of Explanation (typed)

Read another explanation involving Wm. Irvine


See 1905 - 1921 Workers List for New Zealand

(transcribed by Cherie Kropp Nov. 15, 2014)

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