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1661 – He wa born on the 21st of April in Brno, Moravia, now Czech Republic.          – He also known as Camellus, was a Jesuit missionary and botanist to the Philippines. 1683 – He was sent first to the Marianas. 1688 – He transferred to the Philippines.          – He wrote Herbarium ..

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1810 – He was born in Connecticut. 1832 – He graduated at Yale, studied theology in Columbia, S. C. 1834 – He taught for four years in the New York Institution for the Deaf and Dumb. 1838 – He went to Canton and opened, for the Morrison Education Society, the first Protestant School in the ..

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1712 – Born in Frankfurt, Germany on the 31st of December, the fourth child of Brauers Johann Konrad Peter Böhler and his wife Antonetta Elisabetha. Moravian religious leader. 1831 – Attended school in Frankfurt, and went to the University of Jena. 1737 – His first official act as bishop, Count von Zinzendorf ordained Böhler to ..

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1823 – Born on the 17th of August in Vermont, one of the seven children of Loomis and Susanna Farwell Bliss.   1848 – Graduated at Kingsville Academy.            – He was admitted upon examination to the freshman class at Amherst College, Massachusetts.   1852-1855 – Attended Andover Seminary in preparation for the ..

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1789 – Born in Bennington, Vermont.          – He attended Middlebury College and the Andover Theological Seminary. 1819 – The American Board of Missions sent him, with others, to found the first Protestant mission in the Hawaiian Islands.  1820 – Became the missionary to Hawaii. 1822 – Bingham adapted the Hawaiian language to writing, ..

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1831 – Born on the 16th of August in Honolulu.   Enrolled at Williston Seminary in Easthampton, Massachusetts.   1853 – He was graduated from Yale University.   1856 – Ordained a Congregationalist minister in New Haven, Connecticut on 9th of November.            – Bingham married Clara Brewster in Northhampton, Massachusetts.   1857-1864 – ..

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1622 – Claude Jean Allouez was born in Saint-Didier-en-Velay on June 6, 1622. 1639 – He graduated from the College of Le Puy and became a Jesuit novitiate in Toulouse, France. 1655 – He was ordained a priest of the Roman Catholic Church. 1658 – He arrive in Quebec where he began a study of ..

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1206 – Magnus was born in Bavaria, Germany. 1220 – Went to Padua to study Aristotle’s writings. 1223 – Became a member of the Dominican Order while studying theology. 1245 – Finished his thesis and received his doctorate. 1254 – Appointed as the Provincial of the Dominican Order. 1260 – Became Bishop of Regensburg. 1280 ..

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