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from the November 1926 issue of CIM's China's Millions

In Memory of
Jennie Fitzwilliam,
1903-2003



Jennie Fitzwilliam, just short of her 100th birthday, died on April 7, 2003. Born Jennie Eliza Kingston on April 19, 1903, she served eighteen years as a missionary in China with China Inland Mission, and lived to see her great-grandsons enter college. The Billy Graham Center Archives is privileged to have documents that tell one small part of her long life of service to her Lord.

Read a brief biography of Jennie Fitzwilliam.

from Collection 272, Papers of Jennie Kingston Fitzwilliam, audio tape T3

Listen to an excerpt of Fitzwilliam's oral history interview in 1984 about her missionary work among the tribal Lisu in China (7.5 minutes). Read an accompanying transcript of these remarks.


from the November 1926 issue of CIM's China's Missions

From the November 1926 issue of China's Millions


from the September 1930 issue of CIM's China's Millions

 

From the September 1930 issue of China's Millions. Fitzwilliam is standing furthest left, while her husband Francis is behind her looking over her shoulder.

 

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