Brethren Archive

Tom said ...

I understand he was a worker in Brazil; more can be found about him here:  (Chrome should offer to Auto-Translate the page).

I put up a photo of H D'A Champney the other day, one of which was with an 'Eric McNair' who I think is a nephew. 

Monday, Oct 7, 2019 : 16:47
Pedro Feitoza said ...
Yes, he was. McNair moved to Rio de Janeiro in 1896 and had a long career in the country. He established a congregation in one of Brazil's earliest favelas at the Livramento Hill in Rio alongside a Brazilian convert called Daniel Faria. McNair also ran a publishing house based in Rio that operated at transnational level, with branches in Lisbon and Madeira. I'm thrilled to have found this website! Is it related to the Brethren archive in Manchester?
Tuesday, Jun 22, 2021 : 10:45
Tom said ...
Hi Pedro .. no, not associated with Msnchester.
Wednesday, Jun 23, 2021 : 13:47
Pedro Feitoza said ...
Thanks for the clarification, Tom. This website is a great resource for scholars studying the Brethren
Monday, Jul 5, 2021 : 22:55

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