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CHAN, Rev George Yau Tsuen Grad of Amer Pres Coll Canton Brother of W. Chan.
CHAN, Miss Grace Miss Hong Kong
CHAN, Rev Joseph w. Wong Chi Kwong m. Canton 31 Oct 1919
CHAN, Mr Paul Ah fr Vict Aust - App as Miss by Otago Miss Com in 1871; worked in Tuapeka gold-mining
CHAN, Rev Wan Kau b 20.8.1899; w Mei Yan Hoh (Kathleen) b 24.6.1901 in Shunde County, Guandong province, China m 22.2.1922 d. 10 Feb 2009, at Auckland Both Rev & Mrs Chan are interred in the Mangere Lawn Cemetery.
CHAN, Rev William Yau Kam He had four sessions at the American Presbyterian College at Canton, and obtained a diploma Died New Zealand 20.11.1934
CHAU, Rev Yum Shum (or Chau Yam Sham) Graduate of the Union Theological College Canton, South China
CHEN, Rev (Danny) Ping (Bing) Husen Taiwanese Auckland AP Aug 1996
CHIN, Rev Paul Ah (Wan) A young Meth evangelist, trained in Melb; h
CHING, Mr William (Bill) R. & Mrs Connie Maori Mission Mataara Maori Boys Hostel Dominion Rd Ak 1971, Master & Matron.
FONG, Miss Kathleen Missionary - Hong Kong Teacher (private capacity) Hong Kong 1967
FONG, Rev Yik Tak L.Th. b. Sin Wu, Canton, South China 22.1.1904; w. Chu Suk Ying b. Canton South China 20.11.1915 m 26.9.1934 d 17.8.2006
NG, Rev Graham Received from the Presbyterian Church of Singapore and inducted to – [Chinese] Church of Christ the King,
NG, Rev Ping Nam L.Th. b 14.6.1926; w Edith Constance b 6.1.1930 m 21.11.1953
YAM, Miss A blind girl educated at a Christian Blind School in Canton, South China. Employed by the NZ Presbyterian Church Canton Villages Mission in the 1920’s (?) as a Teacher at the Tak Kei Girls’ Boarding School at Kong Chuen
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