1844 — 1918
Pioneer missionary; Deputy Director of the CIM for more than three decades; longest-serving member of the CIM at the time of his death.
1843 — 1907
Faithful member of the early CIM team in China; head of the Chinese children’s home and school; devoted caregiver for Hudson Taylor’s children; “executive secretary” of the CIM in London while Taylor was in China; tireless nurse to Hudson Taylor and his children in times of illness; leader of the Girls' Department of the Chefoo School.
The first of the Hmu tribe, a subgroup of the Miao, to follow Christ. Evangelist and preacher.
Percy Cunningham Mather
1882 — 1933
An expert in Mongolian languages and tireless servant for the Gospel in China.
Otto F. Schoerner
1906 — 2008
American medical missionary, who served in Xinjiang and Gansu for 20 years; President of the Borden Memorial Hospital, Lanzhou, Gansu.
Elisabeth Alden "Betty" Stam
1906 — 1934
Missionary with the China Inland Mission (CIM), who served in Yingzhou City, Yingshang, and Jingde, Anhui Province until her death at Miaoshou at the age of 28.
George and Margaret Stokes
1863 — 1900
Missionaries to China who were among the 46 missionaries and their children slaughtered in Taiyuan on 9 July 1900 in the Boxer Rebellion.
James Hudson Taylor III
1929 — 2009
Great-grandson of J. Hudson Taylor; founder of China Evangelical Seminary, Taiwan; General Director of the Overseas Missionary Fellowship; founder of Medical Services International.
J. Hudson Taylor
1832 — 1905
Founder and director of the China Inland Mission. Served in China, Europe, and Australia.
Jennie Faulding Taylor
1843 — 1904
Evangelist and teacher among Chinese women. Second wife of J. Hudson Taylor and mother of two children by him. Pioneer woman missionary.