The rev. john williams, the martyr of erromanga, with a landscape of the mission house and grounds of rarotonga
The rev. john williams, the martyr of erromanga, with a landscape of the mission house and grounds of rarotonga
John Williams
(1796-1839)

Died aged c. 43

John Williams (1796 – 20 November 1839) was an English missionary, active in the South Pacific. Born at Tottenham, near London, England, he was trained as a foundry worker and mechanic. In September 1816, the London Missionary Society commissioned him as a missionary in a service held at Surrey Chapel, London.

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Commemorated on 2 plaques

Site of the Independent Congregation of Chapel 1789 – 1971 John Williams 1796 – 1839 Missionary was educated here

“Florence Hayes” Recreation Ground (Park), Fore Street, N18 (By L.B. Haringey boundary), Enfield, London, United Kingdom where he was educated

Near this site was born on June 29th 1796 John Williams missionary and shipbuilder martyred at Erromanga South West Pacific November 20th 1839

Cooke Estate, 316 Tottenham High Road, N15, London, United Kingdom where he was