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Death 4 Aug 1905/B05890 Kingsford John - John Kingsford - Mary Ann Walker

Toowong Cemetery
Portion 9 Section 32 Grave 4
Kingsford John 05 / 08 / 1905 87 years ** c. 3 May 1818 Canterbury, Kent

Some info - HERE

Rev. John Kingsford
Reproduced from the Queensland Baptist, August 1899
THIRTY-SEVEN years in one pastorate is a record unique in Queensland, and such has been accomplished in the case of Rev. John Kingsford and Jireh Church, Gipp Street, Valley. In another column we publish the interesting letters to and from the church in connection with Mr. Kingsford’s retirement, and the occasion furnishes a suitable opportunity for presenting our readers with the portrait of the venerable pastor.

Born at Canterbury, England, in 1818, he has passed his eight-first year. He arrived in Queensland early in 1861 to join his brother in business. Having already attained some note as a preacher in the Strict Baptist churches of East Kent during a period of 24 years, he at once fell into harness in Queensland. In 1862 the second Baptist Church in Brisbane was formed, and the foundations of "Jireh" laid.

I'd like a look up please for the family in 1841.


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