September 1, 1997
The Scotland of today was at one time the poorest and most backward nation of Europe, bullied and bantered over by France and England.
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Harold St. JohnJune 1, 1997
Harold St. John (1876-1957) preferred to have his name pronounced sin-jun, feeling that the title of "saint" was too superior sounding.
William SloanMay 1, 1997
We think that Irish monks came to the Faroe Islands before the Vikings.
PatrickApril 1, 1997
On the coast of Britain there were small fishing villages peopled by Britons who had earlier been conquered by the Romans.
James Harington EvansMarch 1, 1997
One man seldom mentioned in connection with the so-called Brethren movement is James Harington Evans (1785-1849), the mentor of Robert C. Chapman.
Thomas NewberryFebruary 1, 1997
The Englishman, Thomas Newberry (1811-1901) could thank God for a mother and older sister who were both spiritually atuned and able to communicate the gospel clearly.
Peter Waldo & the WaldensesJanuary 1, 1997
Fattening itself along the trade routes of southern Europe sat Lyons, France, a center of the silk trade in the region.
Matthew HenryDecember 1, 1996
Matthew Henry (1662-1714) was born into a model Christian home.
Leonard SheldrakeNovember 1, 1996
The cheer that brightened the simple English cottage where he was born fled early for Leonard Sheldrake (1885-1952).
J.R. LittleproudSeptember 1, 1996
Roy Littleproud was born in Forest, Ontario, on February 21, 1889.