Daisy Ogle

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Lady Daisy Ogle was the widow of an English missionary[who?] in India during the time of the British Raj. After her husband's death[when?] she continued in India, working in Nilgiris District. She is known to have had close links with Honor Oak Christian Fellowship Centre in London and along with her colleague Miss Sinclair, they worked closely with two of their staff in India: Alfred J. Flack and Raymond Golsworthy who were stationed at Wellington.[1]

She is known to have donated much of her personal fortune to charitable activities in India including using her summer residence in Silverdale, Coonoor as a hospital and recuperation facility for wounded soldiers. She is also thought to have been involved in the foundation of Hebron School.

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  1. ^ T. E. Koshy (March 2008). Bakht Singh of India: The Incredible Account of a Modern-Day Apostle. Biblica. pp. 100–. ISBN 978-1-932805-69-7. Retrieved 15 March 2011.