|Title:||The Flower Mountain murders: a "Missionary Case" data-base|
Church Missionary Society
Church of England Zenana Missionary Society
About 7 a.m. in the morning of 1 August 1895 eleven British subjects connected to the Anglican Church Missionary Society (CMS) and the Church of England Zenana Missionary Society (CEZMS) were murdered, in just half an hour, by Chinese rebels at a sanatorium (hill-station) adjacent to the small village of Huashan (Huasang, Hwasang, Whasang), above the district capital of Gutian (Kucheng, Ku Tâien, Kutien) in Fujian (Fukien, Fuhkien, Fuh Kien) Province, China.
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