Family Research – English, Scottish and Irish Genealogy

5/8/2007

Dr. Elsie Inglis

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In the days when Mary Slessor was going through her early training in missionary work – about 1878 – there was living in a comfortable home in Edinburgh a girl of fourteen years, Elsie Inglis. She and her youngest sister, Eva, had lately come from India with their parents, staying for a time in Tasmania on their way home. The two sisters, therefore, were new to the mists and rain of ‘Auld Reekie’, their memories being full of distant visions of mighty mountains, or the green beauty of that southern island which suggests to Englishmen the scenery of Devonshire. for more click here

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