Rosalind Goforth (6 May 1864 – 31 May 1942) was a Presbyterian missionary, and author. 
Florence Rosalind Bell-Smith near Kensington Gardens, London, England, she moved at three with her parents to Montreal, Canada.
Her father, John Bell-Smith, was an artist, and she also intended to go into art. She graduated from the
Toronto School of Art in May 1885, and she began preparing to return to London that autumn with the intention of completing her art studies.
Instead, however, she married
Jonathan Goforth on 25 October 1887 at Knox Presbyterian Church, Toronto, Canada, and they both served God in Manchuria and China.
They had eleven children, five of which died as babies or very young children. Rosalind died in
Toronto, Canada, and is buried alongside her husband at Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Toronto.
Bibliography [ edit ]
How I Know God Answers Prayer (1921)
Chinese Diamonds for the King of Kings
Goforth of China (1937)
Climbing: Memoirs of a Missionary's Wife (1940)
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