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The death of Joh Williams did not halt the missionary efforts in New Hebrides, but it certainly guaranteed that who ever went was committed to the work. Williams was followed by John Geddie. Geddie was described as tough-minded, humorless, and incredibly brave. Geddie and his wife landed on Aneityum and they spent their lives their translating the Scriptures, conducting evangelism and training native workers. An inscription in one of the churches Geddie established commemorated his influence: “When he landed in 1848 there were no Christians here; when he left in 1872 there were no heathen.”

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