The Brownlee Mission Station 1832

1. The new church, built of stone, but not yet thatched.
2. Dwelling house of one of the missionaries.
3. Dwelling house of missionary Kayser; alongside a storeroom. At the upper right corner of the sketch, the same house from the opposite side: No 1. Kayser's study; 2. His wife and children's room.
4. The old church, which is still used for services (1976), with the bell at its side.
5. The dwelling house of the native teacher. To its right other houses inhabited by natives
6. and 7. Lands and gardens. The lands mainly planted with maize. The orchard.
8. 9. and 10. Native kraals and huts.
11. The Buffalo River.
12. The road leading to Grahamstown.

Translation from the German by the Rev. Dr. J.F. Schwar.

This photo has been taken from Greatheart of the Border, A Life of John Brownlee, Pioneer Missionary in South Africa by Basil Holt, MA, DD.
Photographer unknown.

Reverend John Brownlee, pioneer missionary
Catherine Brownlee (nee de Jager of Huquenot descent)
The Brownlee residence.