St. Helena and the Cape of Good Hope by Edwin Francis Hatfield
St. Helena and the Cape of Good Hope: Incidents in the Missionary Life of the Rev. James M'Gregor Bertram.
Missionary James M‘Gregor Bertram (1806– ) was born at Southfield, Scotland. He left England with the intention of ministering at The Cape of Good Hope but soon learned of a dire need on the island of St. Helena. On Monday July 14, 1845 he arrived at St. Helena Island on the ship Velox, and found only four or five Christians on the whole island. He started a Baptist church and many came to know Christ. This edition contains a description of the death and burial of Adoniram Judson’s second wife Sarah B. on the Island of St. Helena.
Paperback 6X9; 136 pages; ISBN 9781946145574
Edwin Francis Hatfield (1807–1883) was born at Elizabethtown, New Jersey. He was educated at Middlebury College and Andover Theological Seminary. He ministered at the Third Presbyterian Church of New York and the Second Presbyterian Church in St. Louis, Missouri. He then served 21 years at New York’s Seventh Presbyterian Church. He then served seven years at the North Presbyterian Church. He also wrote hymns and biographies.
George Barrell Cheever (1807–1890) was born at Hallowell, Maine. He was educated at Bowdoin College and Andover Seminary. He served at Howard Street Congregational Church, Salem, in 1833; Allen Street Presbyterian Church, New York City in 1839; and from 1846 until he retired in 1870 he was pastor of the Church of the Puritans in New York. He was involved in the issues of his day such as capital punishment, temperance, and abolition.