Member of the Caucasus Mission, 1919 – 1920.
died of typhus contracted while working with refugees, July 1915. She was buried in Van. Her husband, Dr. Clarence D. Ussher, also contracted typhus. He survived.
(Rev.), of Auburndale, Mass., doing medical mission work at Van for the A.B.C.F.M., was in Erivan when the Near East Relief went there in 1919 and joined the relief organization as Medical Director. He contended with the refugee, orphan and food shortage conditions throughout 1920 and 1921. In April, 1922, he came to America on furlough. He may be reached at Stonington, Conn.