an English Congregational missionary, was born at Penryn, Cornwall, in 1832. He was educated for the missionary work, and accepted by the London Missionary Society; and embarked for the South Seas, March, 1862. Much of his time was employed in preparing native students for the ministry, in which work he was eminently successful. His early death (April 11,1874) was much lamented by the society of which he was an able representative, and by the natives, among whom he did a noble work. See (Lond.) Cong. Year-book, 1875, p. 371.