Jane Williams

[missionary] Jane Williams, born Jane Nelson (born: 1801?, Nottingham - died: 6 October 1896, Napier), was a pioneering educator in New Zealand. Together with her sister-in-law Marianne Williams she established schools for Māori children and adults. She also educated the children of the Church Missionary Society in the Bay of Islands, New ...
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Jane Williams

==Early life and first marriage== Jane was born in Marylebone into a wealthy family who owned an extensive library. Her mother gave birth to her when she was close to forty years old. Her father, who had spent much of his life working in India, died shortly after her birth. Her mother soon gambled away much of the family fortune. As a girl, she le...
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Jane Williams

[Ysgafell] Jane Williams (1 February 1806 – 15 March 1885), was a Welsh writer, often known by her bardic name of Ysgafell. She is sometimes confused with her contemporary, Maria Jane Williams. She was born in Chelsea, the daughter of a naval official, but spent her youth in the family seat of Neuadd Felen, near Talgarth. She developed an...
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Jane Williams

[theologian] Hilary Jane Williams, Lady Williams of Oystermouth (née Paul; born 1957) is an English Christian theologian and writer. ==Biography== Williams was born in Trivandrum, India, one of five sisters. Her father, the Right Reverend Geoffrey Paul, former Bishop of Bradford, was then serving as a missionary priest at Palayamkottai and...
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