A Modest but Crucial Hero – The Life and Legacy of Rev. George E. Stone (1873-1899)      

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A Modest but Crucial Hero – The Life and Legacy of Rev. George E. Stone (1873-1899)*

By Rev. Judson Stone   

Aviva Publishing, 2023    

280 pages  

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Who is this person?

George E. Stone hailed from Mexico in “upstate” New York. While raised a Presbyterian, he lived in a town free of interdenominational rivalry, resulting in broad-based support from local churches. 

Stone’s first months on the field gave promise of his becoming a very capable worker; however, after less than a year, he died, becoming one of the shortest-lived missionaries of The Arabian Mission. 

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