Florence Rosalind Bell-Smith (b. 6 May 1864, d. 31 May 1942)
Florence Rosalind Bell-Smith (daughter of John Bell-Smith and Geogianna Boddy) was born 6 May 1864 in Kensington Gardens, London, England, and died 31 May 1942 in Toronto, East York Township, York County, Ontario, Canada. She married Jonathan Goforth on 25 October 1887 in Knox Presbyterian Church, Toronto, ON, Canada, son of Francis Goforth and Jane Bates.
Notes for Florence Rosalind Bell-Smith: She wrote several books: "Goforth of China" (1937), "How I Know God Answers Prayers", "Climbing - Memories of a Missionary's Wife" (1940). Information on her siblings was found in the Bell-Smith website (www.bellsmith.com).
More About Florence Rosalind Bell-Smith: Author 1: 1937, "Goforth of China". Author 2: "How God Answers Prayers". Author 3: 1940, "Climbing - Memories of a Missionary's Wife". Awarded: 1920, Medal for work during Chinese famine. Burial: Unknown, Lot 20, Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Toronto, ON, Canada. Genealogy: Www.bellsmith.com. Graduation: May 1885, Toronto School of Art, Toronto, ON, Canada. Immigration: 1867, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Missionary: in China.
More About Florence Rosalind Bell-Smith and Jonathan Goforth: Marriage: 25 October 1887, Knox Presbyterian Church, Toronto, ON, Canada. Missionaries: Bet. 1888 - 1936, China.
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