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1945 Aug Marguerite Wellby Preston, an English Bahá’í married to a Kenyan tea grower, settled in Sotik, Kenya, becoming the first Bahá’í in the country. [UD484]
  • Until the 1950s she was the only Bahá’í in East Africa. [UD484]
  • Sotik; Kenya Marguerite Preston
    1951 11 Oct Edmund (Ted) Cardell, arrived in Kenya, the first Bahá’í pioneer to the country in the Africa Campaign. [UD488]
  • Marguerite Preston, the wife of a tea grower, had been living in Kenya since August 1945. She was killed in an air crash in February 1952.
  • Kenya Edmund (Ted) Cardell; Marguerite Preston
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