1864 — 1915
Pioneer missionary among tribal peoples, especially the Miao. Leader of CIM mission in Anshun.
Gerhard Antonius Jacobson
1889 — 1972
Pioneer church planters and givers of pastoral care during turbulent and often dangerous times.
Jemima Poppy Bausum Lord
1818 — 1869
Second wife of J.G. Bausum. Second wife of E.C. Lord. Surrogate mother of Maria Dyer, who later married J. Hudson Taylor. Mother of Mary Bausum.
Edward Clemens Lord
1817 — 1887
Baptist missionary to China during the late Qing Dynasty. Church planter. Loyal friend and faithful supporter of Hudson Taylor and the China Inland Mission. Completed commentary notes on several New Testament books. Served in the diplomatic service of the United States in China.
Elijah Coleman Bridgman
1801 — 1861
First American missionary to China; evangelist; pastor; writer; Bible translator; respected Sinologist.
Frederick Foster Gough
1825 — 1889
Greek scholar; Close friend of Hudson Taylor, with whom he worked on the revision of the Ningbo vernacular romanized New Testament.
1871 — 1936
Outstanding 20th century Chinese revivalist, evangelist, theological educator, and writer. Called by foreigners, the “John Mott of China.”
1914 — 1981
Wife of Nationalist China General Hu Tsung-nan (Hu Zhongnan) (1896-1962); Former president of the National Taipei Teachers’ College. Distinguished educator and promoter of special education for children.