Three Women of Faith: Gertrude Abbott, Elizabeth Anstice Baker and Mary Tenison Woods
In records of the years between 1840 and 1970 there can be found everywhere examples of women who were known for their sheer goodness as well as for their strength of purpose and creativity. Elizabeth Baker, Mary Tenison Woods and Gertrude Abbott. For each of these women life was a compound of enterprise, suffering, faith and enlightenment.
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Elizabeth Anstice Baker
Mary Tenison Woods
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