Ray and Zelma Lawyer

My own reading of Zelma Wood Lawyer’s book ended abruptly, when I misplaced it. My copy was a yellow hardback.

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Recently I have been researching my aunt Zelma and her husband Ray Lawyer.  My cousin Kathy Wyler is their remaining surviving daughter at age 90.  Their story has been told in several books.  Zelma wrote a book after her return from Africa in about 1928.  The title of this book is “I Married a Missionary” and is likely out of print but may be available in some of the Christian University library’s.

Jeannie was their first child and she was born in the United States and was about 3 when they traveled to Northern Rhodesia to work in the mission field.  Northern Rhodesia has in recent years changed its name to Zambia.  Before Jeannie’s death a few years ago she completed a book with the title “I Dream of Jeanne”.

After arriving in Africa they proceeded to Northern Rhodesia and the community of Kalomo.  They and another missionary family, Dow and Alice Merritt…

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