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  • Abbot, Reginald C.E. (1) - Barrister. Educated at Eton and Christ Church, Oxford. Succeeded as 3rd Baron Colchester in 1867.
  • Abdallah (1)
  • Above Bar Sunday School, Southampton (1)
  • Acland, Thomas D., 1787-1871 (1) - Politician and philanthropist.
  • Adderley, Charles B., 1814-1905 (1) - Tory Member of Parliament 1841-78. Interested in colonial development. Chaired the House of Commons Committee (examining British policy in West Africa) which took evidence from Livingstone in 1865.
  • Admiralty, Lords Commissioners of the (1)
  • Alington, Charles A., ?-1899 (7) - Church of England clergyman and, for a time, chaplain to Bishop Tozer. Later Rector of Swinhope 1884-99.
  • Allon, Henry, 1818-1892 (2) - Congregational minister at Union Chapel, Islington after 1844. Editor of the British Quarterly Review 1866-86.
  • American Geographical and Statistical Society (2) - Founded in New York in 1851. Invited Livingstone to become a corresponding member in 1857.
  • Ancient & Honourable Company of Turners, Ladies & Gentlemen... (1)
  • Angola, The Bishop of (1)
  • Any Man of War Touching at Mozambique, Captain of (1)
  • Any Royal Navy Vessel at Quilimane, Captain of (1)
  • Arbuthnot, Forster Fitzgerald, 1833-1901 (1) - Civil servant, Orientalist, and translator. Served as Deputy Commissioner of Customs.
  • Archer, Mary (1) - Wife of Thomas Archer.
  • Archer, Thomas, 1805-1864 (2) - Minister of Oxendon Street Presbyterian Church, London 1832-64.
  • Argyll, The Duchess of, 1824-1878 (1) - Elizabeth Georgiana Campbell. First wife of the 8th Duke of Argyll.
  • Argyll, The Duke of, 1823-1900 (3) - George Douglas Campbell. Succeeded to the title in 1847. A Liberal. Held several Government posts, including Secretary for India 1868-74.
  • Arthington, Robert (2) - Philanthropist from Leeds.
  • Arundel, John, 1778-1848 (6) - Home Secretary of the London Missionary Society 1819-46, hence Livingstone's first contact with the Society.
  • Ashton, William, 1817-1897 (1) - Missionary with the London Missionary Society in South Africa 1843-97, mainly at Kuruman where he was in charge of printing.
  • Ashworth, Edmund, 1800-1881 (1) - Cotton manufacturer and free-trade activist. Younger brother of Henry Ashworth, a founder of the Anti-Corn Law League. With his brother, a principal shareholder of the Bolton Free Press.
  • Athenaeum, Editor of the (3)
  • Atlay, James, 1817-1894 (1) - Vicar of Madingley 1847-52 and of Leeds 1859-68. Bishop of Hereford 1868-94.
  • Azevedo Alpoim, Joaquim de (1) - Colonel in Portuguese army. Governor of Quilimane 1854-57.
  • Back, George, 1796-1878 (6) - Naval officer, explorer, naturalist, and artist. Voyaged with Franklin into Arctic waters in 1819. Commanded an expedition to the north to find Captain John Ross in 1833. Promoted to rank of Admiral in 1857.
  • Baines, Edward, 1800-1890 (4) - Journalist and economist. Editor of the Leeds Mercury for several years. Represented Leeds in Parliament 1859-74.
  • Baines, Mr. (1)
  • Baines, Thomas, 1820-1875 (8) - Appointed artist-storekeeper to the Zambezi Expedition. Dismissed by Livingstone for the misuse of government property. Journeyed to Victoria Falls with James Chapman. Published first paintings of the Falls in 1865.
  • Ballantyne, Thomas, 1806-1871 (1) - Journalist who was editor of the Manchester Guardian, Liverpool Journal, Leader, and Statesman, among others.
  • Barghash ibn Sa'id, c.1837-1888 (2) - Son of Said ibn Sultan, the first Omani ruler of Zanzibar, and himself Sultan 1870-88. Agreed to abolish slave trading. Came more and more under British domination.
  • Barth, Heinrich, 1821-1865 (5) - Explorer and scholar. Embarked on a trip through the Mediterranean coast of Africa (1845-47). Via travels in northern Africa 1850-55, established himself as one of the great explorers of Africa in the 19th Century. Struck up a friendship with Livingstone during the latter's first return to Britain from Africa.
  • Bates, Henry W., 1825-1892 (1) - Naturalist who made important discoveries in the Amazon basin. Assistant Secretary of the Royal Geographical Society 1864-92.
  • Bayely, Thomas (1)
  • Beaufort, Francis, 1774-1857 (1) - Served in the Royal Navy as Hydrographer of the Admiralty 1829-55. Knighted 1848. A founding member of the Royal Geographical Society.
  • Bedingfeld, Norman B., 1824-1894 (7) - Commander, R.N. Second-in-Command of the Zambezi Expedition. Dismissed by Livingstone for insubordination. Promoted to Captain in 1862, retired in 1877, and was promoted to Rear-Admiral and Vice-Admiral in 1878 and 1884 respectively.
  • Belhaven, Lady, c.1790-1873 (1) - Wife of Sir Robert Montgomery Hamilton, 8th Lord Belhaven and Stenton.
  • Bennett, J.J. Wesley (1) - Resident of Shepton Mallet, Somerset.
  • Bennett, James G., 1841-1918 (6) - Manager of the New York Herald. Son and namesake of the founder of the paper. Managed it under and owned it after his father. In 1869, instructed Stanley to find Livingstone, work that ultimately resulted in the sensational transatlantic news story.
  • Bennett, James R., 1809-1891 (6) - English doctor. Son of a secretary of the London Missionary Society. Graduated in medicine at Edinburgh in 1833. Practiced at Charing Cross Hospital in London where he taught Livingstone. President of the Royal College of Physicians 1876-81.
  • Binney, Mrs. Thomas (1) - Wife of Thomas Binney.
  • Binney, Thomas, 1798-1874 (2) - Congregational minister. Served at Weigh House, London 1829-69 and was also a Director of the London Missionary Society. Was noted for his nonconformist and hence controversial views.
  • Birdwood, George C.M., 1832-1917 (1) - Medical graduate of Edinburgh. Practiced in Bombay 1854-68. Worked in the India Office in London 1878-1902. Wrote widely on Indian life and civilization. Knighted 1881.
  • Black, W. (1) - Superintendent of the P & O Company.
  • Blair, John A. (1) - Printer and handyman attached to the Universities' Mission to Central Africa, frequently in charge of stores. Arrived in the Zambezi region on the "Hetty Ellen" in January 1862 and left early in 1864.
  • Blanche, John (2) - Gunmaker, Gracechurch Street, London.
  • Bleek, Wilhelm H.I., 1827-1875 (1) - German philologist who specialized in South African languages. Settled in Cape Town in 1856 and was appointed by Sir George Grey as interpreter in 1857 and librarian of his collection in 1860.
  • Board, J. (1)
  • Bost, Ami (1)
  • Braithwaite, Anna (1) - Daughter of Joseph B. Braithwaite.
  • Braithwaite, Charles L., 1813-1893 (4) - Brother of Joseph Bevan Braithwaite.
  • Braithwaite, Joseph B., 1818-1905 (32) - Barrister and member of the Society of Friends whom Livingstone met in 1857 and corresponded with for the rest of his life. Was a friend of the Moffats. Mary Livingstone and her children often stayed in his home in Kendal.
  • Brebner, James (2) - Commander of H.M.S. Thule.
  • Brock, William, 1807-1875 (1) - Baptist minister. An energetic preacher and organizer, he lectured widely. Many of his addresses were on religious and political topics, and these comprise the bulk of his published works. Helped form the London Baptist Association in 1865, and was elected its first president.
  • Broom, D.E. (1)
  • Brothers, Pye (1)
  • Brown, [?] (1)
  • Brownlee, Alexander, Jr. (1) - Lived at 22 Orr Street, Mile-end, Glasgow, and was apparently of about the same age as Livingstone.
  • Bruce, John C., 1805-1892 (1) - Presbyterian minister. Proprietor of Percy St. Academy, Newcastle 1834-63. A noted antiquary, was especially interested in Hadrian's Wall.
  • Buchanan, Andrew, 1798-1882 (4) - Professor of the Institutes of Medicine at Anderson's College, Glasgow. Was one of Livingstone's Trustees.
  • Buchanan, Mrs. Andrew (1) - Wife of Andrew Buchanan.
  • Buckland, William, 1784-1856 (1) - Clergyman and distinguished geologist and paleontologist. Always attempted to reconcile his scientific findings with Biblical statements.
  • Burdett-Coutts, Angela G., 1814-1906 (18) - Business administrator, socialite, and philanthropist of universal interest. Used her vast fortune to benefit hundreds of causes, including the conditions of the poor, treatment of animals, and churches and missionary efforts throughout the world.
  • Burnham, Edward L., 1833-1916 (2)
  • Burns, John, 1829-1901 (2) - Son of Sir George Burns, shipowner and one of the founders of the Cunard Company. Succeeded his father as manager of the company in Glasgow in 1860 and became chairman in 1880.
  • Burrup, E. Mary (1) - Widow of Henry de Wint Burrup, a member of the Universities' Mission to Central Africa, who died shortly after Bishop Mazkenzie in 1862. Travelled with Mary Livingstone on the "Gorgon."
  • Buxton, Edward N., 1812-1858 (1) - Member of Parliament for South Essex 1847-52 and Norfolk 1857-58.
  • Cambuslang Girls School (2) - Pupils of John and Catherine McRobert.
  • Campbell, Emma (1) - Daughter of the 7th Duke Argyll.
  • Candlish, Robert S., 1806-1873 (1) - Preacher and theologian. Minister of St. George's, Edinburgh 1833-43 and St. George's Free Church, Edinburgh, 1843-73. Very active in the formation of the Free Church of Scotland. Sponsored James Stewart's visit to the Zambezi in 1862-63.
  • Cape Town Mail, Editor of (1)
  • Cardoso, Candido J., c.1800-1890 (2) - Trader and landowner of Tete. Acting Chief Captain of Tete 1851-61. Knight of the Order of Christ, 1863.
  • Cato, George C. (1) - The first mayor of Durban, Natal.
  • Cazabet, W.W. (1)
  • Cecil, Richard, 1799-1863 (3) - Congregational minister. Served at Ongar (where Livingstone studied) 1838-47.
  • Chapman, William C., ?-1897 (3) - Commander of the sloop "Ariel," which towed Livingstone in the "Lady Nyasa" from Quilimane to Mozambique in February 1864. Promoted Captain 1866, Rear Admiral 1882, and Vice Admiral 1888.
  • Chowfussy, H. (1)
  • Chuma, James, c.1850-1882 (1) - Member of the Yao tribe and freed slave. Taken by Livingstone to India after the Zambezi expedition and collected just prior to the final expedition. Travelled with Livingstone until the latter's death, then accompanied Livingstone's body back to Britain where he helped edit the Last Journals. Also accompanied Joseph Thomson on travels in East Africa.
  • Clare, Leigh (1) - Of Clare & Company, cotton merchants, Manchester.
  • Clarendon, The Earl of, 1800-1870 (26) - George William Frederick Villiers. English diplomat and statesman. Succeeded to the peerage in 1838. Foreign Secretary 1853-58, 1865-66, and 1868-70. Involved in both Livingstone's Zambezi and final expeditions. Died in June 1870. Livingstone gave his name to Mount Clarendon, east of the Shire river.
  • Clegg, Thomas (3)
  • Clowes, George, 1814-1886 (1) - Partner in Wm. Clowes & Son, Printers, London. Printed Livingstone's Missionary Researches and Travels in South Africa (1857), Analysis of the Language of the Bechuanas (1858), and Narrative of an Expedition to the Zambesi and its Tributaries (1865).
  • Coelho do Amaral, Jose R., 1808-1873 (1) - Major. Army engineer. Governor of Benguela from 1851. Acting governor general of Angola from 1854.
  • Coghlan, William M., 1803-1885 (1) - Major General. Was Great Britain's Political Agent at Aden, 1854-1863. Knighted 1864.
  • Cole, Miss (1)
  • Collingwood, C. (1)
  • Coneys, Matilda (1) - Resident of Howth, Co. Dublin.
  • Conyngham, George L., ?-1866 (4) - Served in the Foreign Office as Supernumerary Clerk 1812-17, Clerk 1817-34, Senior Clerk 1834-41, and Chief Clerk 1841-66.
  • Cooke, Robert, 1816-1891 (4) - Partner at John Murray publishing house, Livingstone's publisher.
  • Cooke, William, 1785-1873 (1)
  • Cowan, Mrs. (1) - Resident of Edinburgh. Her husband may have been a Corporation official.
  • Craig, [?] (1)
  • Crawford, Richard B., ?-1866 (1) - Captain, R.N., 1856. Commander of frigate "Sidon" stationed at the Cape of Good Hope, 1859-1862. Retired 1862. Visited Livingstone at the mouth of the Zambezi in February 1861.
  • Crookes, John (2)
  • Cumming, [?] (1)
  • Currie, Miss[?] (1)
  • Danson, L.A. (1)
  • Darling, Charles H., 1809-1870 (1) - Colonial administrator, who served as Lieutenant Governor of Cape Colony 1851-54. In charge during the absences of Sir George Cathcart.
  • Darlington, John (1) - Resident of Bradford, Yorkshire.
  • Darragh, John (1)
  • Daubeny, Charles G.B., 1795-1867 (3) - Professor of Botany at Oxford since 1834. Also Professor of Chemistry until 1855. In 1856, President of the British Association for the Advancement of Science.
  • Denman, George, 1819-1896 (1) - Barrister, judge, and politician. Son of 1st Baron Denmen. M.P. for Tiverton 1859-65 and 1866-72. Judge of the High Court of Justice 1881-92.
  • Denman, Joseph, 1810-1875 (2) - Naval captain. Son of 1st Baron Denmen. Captain, R.N. Commander of the Royal Yacht "Victoria and Albert" 1854-62.
  • Denny, Henry, 1803-1871 (2) - Entomologist and curator of the museum of the Leeds Literary and Philosophical Society.
  • Dick, Mrs. (1) - Wife of Thomas Dick.
  • Dick, Thomas, 1774-1857 (2) - Writer on religious and scientific topics.
  • Dickson, Henry, 1818-1840 (1) - Missionary. Native of Edinburgh. Was a fellow student of Livingstone at Ongar. Appointed to Samoa, but died at Sydney en route in February 1840.
  • Director, Ragged School for Boys, Stockport (1)
  • Douglas, John (1) - Possibly a photographer in Kendal.
  • Drew, Andrew, 1792-1878 (3) - Captain, R.N. (1843). Agent Victualler at the Cape of Good Hope, 1850-63. Promoted to Admiral, 1875.
  • Drummond, George, 1808-1893 (4) - Missionary. Native of Cummock. Studied at Glasgow and Ongar. Was appointed to Samoa in 1839, remaining there till 1872.
  • Drummond, Henry (4) - Lace manufacturer in Hamilton, where he knew the Livingstone family.
  • Duprat, Alfredo, 1816-1881 (5) - Portuguese Consul and representative on the anti-slavery commission at Cape Town. Subsequently Consul-General in London. Created viscount 1870.
  • Dyke, Hamilton M., 1817-1880 (4) - Missionary. The son of a London jeweller who emigrated to South Africa in 1822. Joined the French mission in Basutoland in 1840.
  • Eardley, Culling E., 1805-1863 (1) - Religious liberal and philanthropist. Served as M.P. for Pontefract 1830-31. Was longtime Treasurer of the London Missionary Society.
  • Eastlake, Lady Elizabeth, 1809-1893 (2) - Author and critic. With her husband, Charles Eastlake, center of the "Eastlake Circle" of artists and writers.
  • Ebury, Lord, 1801-1893 (1) - Robert Grosvenor. Created Baron Ebury 1857. Religious reformer within the Church of England. Presided over the revision of the Book of Common Prayer in 1874.
  • Eisdell, Rebecca (1) - Educator. With younger sister Roseanne, ran a select establishment for young ladies at The Cedars in Church Street, Epsom. Was headmistress and taught general literature. Best known pupils were Livingstone's children.
  • Elliot, Gilbert Wray, 1833-1910 (1) - Civil servant. Served as Deputy Commissioner of Customs.
  • Ellis, William, 1794-1872 (1) - Missionary and member of the London Missionary Society. Worked in what would become French Polynesia, the Hawaiian Islands, and Madagascar. Married the writer Sarah Stickney and himself became known as a keen scientific and ethnographic observer through his publications.
  • Elwin, Whitwell, 1816-1900 (2) - Prose writer. Rector of Booton 1849-1900. Edited the Quarterly Review 1853-60. Also edited various poetical works.
  • Everybody in the House [Family] (1)
  • Fairbrother, William, 1817-1882 (2) - Missionary. Fellow student of Livingstone's at Ongar. Posted to Shanghai 1844-46. Later Pastor of London Road Church, Derby, and an official of the London Missionary Society.
  • Ferguson, Fergus (1) - Deacon of the Independent Church in Hamilton attended by Livingstone.
  • Ferguson, Mrs. Robert (1)
  • Festing, John W., 1837-1902 (1) - Anglican clergyman who ended his career as Bishop of St. Albans 1890-1902. Was closely concerned with the Universities' Mission to Central Africa, as its Assistant Secretary 1863-82, Treasurer 1882-90, and President 1892-1902.
  • Figaniere e Morao, Jorge C. de, 1813-1887 (1) - Official in the Portuguese Ministry for Foreign Affairs from 1844, and director of that department from 1881.
  • Fitch, Frederick (19) - In 1857 Livingstone spent time at the home of Fitch and his family in Highbury, north London.
  • Fitch, Mrs. Frederick (3) - Wife of Frederick Fitch.
  • Fitzgerald, William R.S.V., 1818-1885 (1) - Barrister and Conservative politician. Served as Governor of Bombay 1867-72.
  • Fleetwood, Henry (1) - Bootmaker in Epsom, Surrey.
  • Fletcher, T. Sam (1)
  • Foreign Office (1)
  • Foster, Peter Le Neve, 1809-1879 (4) - Regular contributor to many scientific and technological journals. Spent 13 years as Secretary to the Mechanical Science section of the British Association for the Advancement of Science. Secretary of the Royal Society of Arts 1853-79.
  • Franklin, Lady, 1792-1875 (1) - Jane Franklin, wife of Sir John Franklin and traveller in her own right.
  • Fredoux, Ann, 1823-1893 (1) - Sister of Mary Livingstone, née Moffat. Married Jean Fredoux in 1850. Had seven children.
  • Fredoux, Jean, 1823-1866 (3) - French missionary at Motito 1845-66. Married Ann Moffat, Mary Livingstone's younger sister, in 1850.
  • Freeman, Joseph J., 1794-1851 (7) - Missionary in Madagascar 1827-36. Joint Foreign Secretary of the London Missionary Society 1841-46 and Home Secretary 1846-51.
  • Frere, George, 1810-1878 (6) - Clerk in the Slave Trade Department of the Foreign Office from 1826. Commissioner to the Portuguese-British Commission for the Suppression of the Slave Trade, Cape Town, 1842-62. Judge, United States-British Commission for the Suppression of the Slave Trade, Cape Town, 1862-67.
  • Frere, H. Bartle E., 1815-1884 (12) - Colonial administrator. Entered the Bombay Civil Service in 1834. First met Livingstone in 1864. Went to Zanzibar in 1872 to negotiate the suppression of the slave trade. Livingstone planned to give his name to one of the "Fountains" of the Nile. Governor of Bombay 1862-67. President of Royal Geographical Society 1873-74.
  • Friends in Scotland (3)
  • Frost, Mr. (1) - Servant at Newstead Abbey.
  • Gabriel, Edmund, 1821-1862 (34) - British arbitrator from 1845 on the British and Portuguese Commission at Loanda for the suppression of the slave trade. Made Acting Commissioner in 1856 and Commissioner in 1859. Livingstone stayed at his house in 1854 and struck up a warm friendship.
  • Galton, Francis, 1822-1911 (2) - English polymath. Travelled in Namibia in the early 1850s and served on the council of the Royal Geographical Society. Best known for research in meteorology and heredity. Helped develop and coined the term for "eugenics." Knighted in 1909.
  • Gardner, Alan H., ?-1878 (3) - Captain, R.N., 1856. Commander of H.M. Corvette "Orestes" at the Cape of Good Hope 1861-65. Retired 1872. Rear Admiral 1874. Rendered many essential services to the Zambezi Expedition during his time in East Africa.
  • Gardner, Alan H., ?-1878 (1) - Captain, R.N., 1856. In command of H.M. Corvette "Orestes" at the Cape of Good Hope 1861-65. Retired 1872. Rear Admiral 1874. Rendered many essential services to the Zambezi Expedition during his time in East Africa.
  • Garforth, Edmund St. John, ?-1921 (2) - Lieutenant in command of the gun-vessel "Penguin," which conveyed Livingstone from Zanzibar to the Rovuma in March 1866. Promoted Commander 1867, Captain 1876, and Rear Admiral 1891.
  • Gedge, Jonson (1)
  • Glover, Edward, 1824-1894 (2) - Anglican clergyman. Worked in South Africa from 1854-73, largely as Chaplain to Bishop Gray.
  • Glynn, Richard G., 1831-1918 (1) - Captain in the Royal Dragoons 1852-59. Travelled in Central Africa, visiting the Victoria Falls in 1863.
  • Gonne, Charles (1) - Served in the Bombay Civil Service 1853-85. Secretary to the Government of Bombay 1864-79 and Chief Secretary 1879-85.
  • Goodman, J.E. (1)
  • Goold, William H. (1) - Professor of the Reformed Presbyterian Church and later Secretary of the National Bible Society of Scotland.
  • Gordon, William E.A., ?-1907 (4) - Captain, R.N., 1860. Admiral 1887. Commanded H.M. Sloop "Hermes" at the Cape of Good Hope 1856-60. Escorted the "Pearl" carrying the Zambezi Expedition from Simon's Town to the Zambezi delta in 1858.
  • Goulty, John N, 1788-1870 (1) - Congregational minister. Served the Union Street Chapel, Brighton 1824-61. Friend of Robert Moffat.
  • Grant, James A., 1827-1892 (1) - Officer in the Indian Army. Was seconded to John Hanning Speke's second African expedition, 1860-63, which sought to confirm the source of the Nile.
  • Granville, Lord, 1815-1891 (8) - Liberal politician. Held office inter alia as Foreign Secretary 1851-52, 1870-74, and 1880-85.
  • Gray, Mrs. Robert (2) - Wife of Robert Gray.
  • Gray, Robert, 1809-1872 (25) - Bishop of Cape Town 1847-72 and Metropolitan of Africa. Committed supporter of the success of the Universities' Mission to Central Africa.
  • Grey, Charles, 1804-1870 (1) - Brevet-Colonel, R.A., 1846. General, 1865. Private Secretary to Prince Albert, 1849-61, and to Queen Victoria, 1861-70.
  • Grey, Earl, 1802-1894 (1) - Henry George Grey, succeeded as 3rd Earl in 1845. Previously an M.P. Became Whig leader in the House of Lords. Colonial Secretary 1846-52.
  • Grey, Frederick W., 1805-1878 (9) - Captain, R.N., 1828. Rear Admiral, 1855. Commander-in-Chief of the Cape Naval Station, 1857-60. Lord of the Admiralty, 1861-66.
  • Grey, George, 1812-1898 (25) - Distinguished colonial administrator. Governor of South Australia 1841-46, New Zealand 1846-54, Cape Colony 1855-59, and New Zealand 1861-67. Prime Minister of New Zealand 1877-79.
  • Grey, J.E. (2)
  • Grimstone, Edward (1) - Artist of lithographer of London.
  • Guedes Carvalho e Meneses, Vasco, 1822-1904 (1) - Portuguese general. Served as Governor-General of Mozambique from 1856-58.
  • Gurney, Hudson, 1775-1864 (2) - Wealthy antiquary from Norfolk and a Member of Parliament. Member of the Society of Friends.
  • Guthrie, Thomas, 1803-1873 (1) - Minister of the Church of Scotland and the Free Church of Scotland. Advocate of ragged schools and temperance.
  • H.M. Ship, Mozambique Channel, Captain of (1)
  • Haidinger, W.K.R. von, 1795-1871 (1) - Geologist. President of the Vienna Geographical Society.
  • Haldane, Alexander, 1800-1882 (1) - Newspaper proprietor and barrister. Held a prominent role on the more extreme wing of Anglican evangelicalism. Chief proprietor of The Record evangelical newspaper. Close friend and adviser of Lord Shaftesbury.
  • Haldane, Emma, 1800-1867 (1) - Wife of Alexander Haldane.
  • Hamilton, James, 1814-1867 (4) - Minister of Regent Square Presbyterian Church, London 1841-67. Editor of Evangelical Christendom 1864-67. Livingstone attended his church and stayed at his house in 1865, and contributed a paper to his periodical.
  • Hamilton, Mrs. (1)
  • Hammond, Edmund, 1802-1890 (8) - Served in the Foreign Office 1824-73. Became Permanent Undersecretary of Foreign Affairs 1854-72 after serving as Chief of the Oriental Department.
  • Hanbury, C.S. (1) - Brewer of Spitalfield, London.
  • Hannan, James (5) - Civic officer. Associated with Henry Monteith & Co, turkey red dyers, Glasgow. Bailie of Glasgow. Was one of Livingstone's three trustees.
  • Hardisty, Charles (1) - Engineer of the "Pioneer" from its departure from England in September 1860 until he was dismissed by Livingstone for neglecting his charge in July 1862. Was recommended for the "Pioneer" by John Penn & Sons and was probably in their employ in 1860.
  • Hare, Alexander (2) - Proprietor of a boys' school in London.
  • Hay, Charles M., 1802-1864 (2) - Military figure. Commissioned in the Coldstream Guards in 1821. Became Lieut.-Colonel 1832, Colonel 1846, and Major-General 1854. As Commander of the garrison in Mauritius 1855-57, was host to Livingstone during the latter's only visit to that island.
  • Hayward, Robert N., ?-1861 (3) - Naval surgeon from 1836. Served on HMS "Malabar" in the Mediterranean 1841-44 and on HMS "Locust" in the same area 1844-46. Met Livingstone while studying medicine in London. Became a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons in 1842.
  • Her Majesty's Britannic Forces, Gunroom Officers (1)
  • Her Majesty's Ship, Commander (5)
  • Herschel, John F.W., 1792-1871 (1) - Prominent mathematician and astronomer. Son of astronomer William Herschel. Helped create the (Royal) Astronomical Society and elected president 1827, 1839, and 1847. Worked with Thomas Maclear at Britain's Royal Observatory at the Cape 1834-38.
  • Hill, Hamilton (2) - Treasurer of Oberlin College, 1841-1865.
  • Hill, Stephen J., 1809-1891 (1) - Captain, R.A., 1842. Governor and Commander-in-Chief, Gold Coast 1851-54. Governor, Sierra Leone 1854-59, 1860-62. Governor-in-Chief, Leeward and Caribee Island 1863-69.
  • Hononorable Secretaries of the Oxford and Cambridge Mission (2)
  • Hooker, Joseph D., 1817-1911 (9) - M.D. (Glasgow, 1839) and botanist. Assistant to his father at the Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew 1855-65, and Director 1865-85.
  • Hooker, William J., 1785-1865 (7) - Professor of Botany at the University of Glasgow 1820-41. Directed the Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew 1841-65.
  • Hope, William (1) - Businessman of Liverpool.
  • Horsfall, Thomas B., 1805-1878 (1) - Merchant in Liverpool. Mayor of Liverpool 1847-48. President of the Chamber of Commerce 1849. M.P. for Derby 1852-53, for Liverpool 1853-68.
  • Hoskins, Anthony H., 1828-1901 (1) - Lieutenant, R.N., 1849. Served on HMS "Castor" in East Africa. Explored the Zambezi delta in conjunction with Captain Hyde Parker and HMS "Pantaloon" in the early 1850s. Met Livingstone at Sao Paulo de Luanda while serving with HMS "Philomel" in 1854.
  • Houlton, Joseph (1) - Surgeon in London.
  • Howard, Henry F., 1809-1898 (1) - Career diplomat. Was British Envoy in Lisbon 1855-59. His efforts to arrange for Livingstone to visit Lisbon in 1857-58 failed.
  • Howard, [?] (1)
  • Ingram, [?] (1)
  • Jago, Charles T., ?-1891 (1) - Commander in H.M. Sloop "Rapid" of the Cape Naval Station, 1862-65. Captain, R.N., 1866. Vice-Admiral 1889.
  • Januarie, A. (1)
  • Johnston, Thomas B., 1814-1897 (3) - Partner in W. and A.K. Johnston, the Edinburgh printing firm, best known for its geographical work.
  • Jomard, Edme F., 1777-1862 (1) - French geographer and archaeologist. Keeper of maps in the Bibliotheque Royale. President of the Societe de Geographie de Paris.
  • Keith, Peter H. (1) - Minister of Hamilton.
  • Kendall, John (1)
  • Kendall, John and Son (1)
  • Keppel, Henry, 1809-1904 (4) - Captain, R.N., 1837. Saw extended service in Asian waters before becoming Commander-in-Chief of the Cape Naval Station in 1860. Left this post in 1861 and was named Admiral of the Fleet.
  • Kerr, Robert (2) - Official of the Blantyre Works Literary and Scientific Institute.
  • King, William, 1812-1895 (1) - Minister of Buxton, Ontario. Directed a settlement for escaped slaves at the northern end of the "underground railroad."
  • Kinnaird, Lord, 1807-1878 (5) - George William Fox Kinnaird. Politician. Succeeded to the title in 1826. Agricultural reformer and philanthropist, concerned with the conditions of labourers.
  • Kirk, Christian, 1803-1865 (2) - Wife of John Kirk and mother of Sir John Kirk.
  • Kirk, John 1, 1813-1886 (2) - Minister of Hamilton Congregational Church 1839-45 and of Brighton Street Evangelical Union Church, Edinburgh 1845-76. Professor of Pastoral Theology at the Evangelical Union Hall from 1859.
  • Kirk, John 2, 1832-1922 (93) - Medical Officer and Economic Botanist to Livingstone's Zambezi Expedition. Appointed Surgeon to the British Consulate in Zanzibar in 1865. As H.M. Consul, his skillful diplomacy increased British influence with successive Sultans that resulted in the demise of the East African slave trade.
  • Kitchingman, James, 1791-1848 (1) - Missionary in South Africa 1816-48.
  • Labouchere, Henry, 1790-1869 (4) - MP for St. Michael's Borough 1826-30 and Taunton 1830-59. Filled several political appointments, including Secretary of State for the Colonies 1855-59.
  • Laird, John, 1805-1874 (2) - Shipbuilder, one of the first to turn his attention to building vessels from iron. Represented Birkenhead in the House of Commons, 1861-74, after retiring from business.
  • Lavradio, Conde do, 1797-1870 (2) - Career diplomat and constitutionalist. Had several European postings before serving as Portuguese Minister to Great Britain 1851-69.
  • Layard, Austin H., 1817-1894 (14) - Excavator of Nineveh and other Assyrian sites 1845-51. Under-Secretary for Foreign Affairs 1853 and 1866. Also served as British Minister in Madrid 1869-77 and in Constantinople 1877-80.
  • Layard, Edgar L., 1824-1900 (1) - Brother of Sir Austin H. Layard and a distinguished ornithologist. Appointed by Sir George Grey director of the South African Musuem, Cape Town.
  • Leslie, Julia (1)
  • Letts, Thomas, 1803-1873 (1) - London bookbinder and manufacturer of diaries.
  • Lichman, Dr. (1)
  • Liefchild, J.R. (2)
  • Livingstone Children (4)
  • Livingstone Film Expedition (1)
  • Livingstone's Trustees (2) - James Young, Andrew Buchanan, and James Hannan.
  • Livingstone, Agnes 1, 1782-1865 (23) - Wife of Neil Livingstone and mother of David Livingstone.
  • Livingstone, Agnes 2, 1823-1895 (8) - Sister of David Livingstone.
  • Livingstone, Agnes 3, 1847-1912 (80) - Eldest daughter of David Livingstone. Went to England with her mother in 1852, accompanied her father in 1864-65. Married Alexander Low Bruce in 1875.
  • Livingstone, Anna M., 1858-1939 (3) - Youngest daughter of David Livingstone. Married Frank Wilson in 1881.
  • Livingstone, Charles, 1821-1873 (18) - Brother of David Livingstone. Educated at Oberlin College, Ohio 1840-47, and Union Theological Seminary, New York 1847-49. David's assistant on the Zambezi Expedition.
  • Livingstone, David 2 (1) - Nephew of David Livingstone.
  • Livingstone, David, 1813-1873 (18) - Famous Victorian explorer, missionary, and abolitionist. Renowned for his travels across Africa and extensive manuscript corpus.
  • Livingstone, Harriette C., 1825-1900 (3) - Of South Attleboro, Massachusetts. Graduated from Oberlin College in 1847. Married Charles Livingstone in 1852.
  • Livingstone, Janet 1, 1818-1895 (13) - Sister of David Livingstone.
  • Livingstone, Janet 2 (1) - Niece of David Livingstone.
  • Livingstone, John, 1811-1899 (8) - Brother of David Livingstone. Emigrated to Canada, where after some years he settled as a farmer at Listowel, Ontario. Married Sarah Mackenzie of Glasgow.
  • Livingstone, Mary, 1821-1862 (20) - Eldest daughter of Robert Moffat. Married David Livingstone in 1845. Accompanied him on his early journeys, but sent to England 1852. Returned with him in 1858, but could not go beyond Cape Town. Rejoined him 30 January 1862, and died 27 April 1862.
  • Livingstone, Neil 1, 1788-1856 (14) - Tea-vendor in Blantyre and father of David Livingstone.
  • Livingstone, Neil 2 (2) - Cousin of David Livingstone.
  • Livingstone, Neil 3 (2) - Nephew of David Livingstone.
  • Livingstone, Robert M., 1846-1864 (7) - Eldest son of David Livingstone. Went to England with his mother in 1852, returned to South Africa in 1863 to meet his father, but failing to do so went to the United States, where he was killed in the Civil War.
  • Livingstone, Thomas S., 1849-1876 (18) - Second son of David Livingstone. Went to England with his mother in 1852. Lived in Egypt for the benefit of his health, but without result.
  • Livingstone, William O., 1851-1892 (11) - Third son of David Livingstone, generally called "Oswell" or "Zouga." Went to England with his mother in 1852. Joined the Livingstone Search Expedition in 1872, but did not reach his father.
  • Livingstone, [?] (1)
  • Loader, John (2) - Resident of Thame, Oxfordshire.
  • Logan, William, 1813-1879 (2) - Philanthropist who attended Anderson's College with Livingstone.
  • London Missionary Society Staff, Member of (1)
  • London, Lord Mayor of (1)
  • Louden, James, ?-1902 (4) - Physician in Hamilton.
  • Lowe, Mrs. (1)
  • Lucas, Charles S. de Neufville, ?-1887 (1)
  • Lucas, Charles S. de Neufville, ?-1887 (1) - Officer in the Royal Artillery (Bombay). Captain 1863. Lieutenant Colonel 1873. Colonel 1878. Major-General 1883.
  • MacNeile, Hugh B., 1795-1897 (1) - Canon of Chester and dean of Ripon.
  • MacSkimming, William (1) - Son of William MacSkimming, Livingstone's teacher at Blantyre.
  • MacSkimming, [?] (1) - Son of William MacSkimming, Livingstone's teacher at Blantyre.
  • Macgregor, John, 1825-1892 (1) - Philanthropist and traveller. Pioneer of canoeing, famous for his extensive and solitary travels in the Rob Roy, which he documented in widely published books.
  • Macgregor, Miss (2)
  • Mackenzie, Charles F., 1825-1862 (1) - Archdeacon to John W. Colenso in Natal, 1854-59. Chosen to lead the Universities' Mission to Central Africa. Was consecrated Bishop of Central Africa in Cape Town 1861. Died in 1862 of fever at the confluence of the Ruo and Shire Rivers.
  • Mackenzie, Miss (2) - Sister of Bishop Charles F. Mackenzie, head of the Universities' Mission to Central Africa.
  • Maclear, Thomas, 1794-1879 (79) - Appointed astronomer of the Royal Observatory at Cape Town in 1833. Knighted 1860. Met Livingstone in 1852, became a close friend, and thereafter Livingstone depended on him to check and reduce his observations. Livingstone named Cape Maclear after him.
  • Maclehose, James, 1811-1885 (7) - Apprenticed to a bookseller in London 1833-38, where he met Livingstone. Ran a highly successful business as bookseller and publisher in Glasgow.
  • Maclellan, Walter (1) - Partner in P. and W. Maclellan, ironmongers in Glasgow.
  • Macmillan, Alexander, 1818-1896 (1) - Publisher, Cambridge and London.
  • Macnab, Samuel (1) - Ship and insurance broker, Glasgow.
  • Macqueen, James, 1778-1870 (1) - "Armchair" geographer. After a period as editor of the Glasgow Courier, moved to London and wrote much on African geography.
  • Majid ibn Sa'id Al-Busaid, 1834/5-1870 (1) - Son of Said ibn Sultan, the first Omani ruler of Zanzibar, and himself Sultan 1856-70. Was unable to assert his authority on the mainland against slave-traders.
  • Malmesbury, Earl of, 1807-1889 (21) - James Howard Harris. Succeeded to the title in 1841. A conservative. Was Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs 1852 and 1858-59.
  • Manby, Charles, 1804-1884 (1) - Civil engineer who assisted in the building of the first iron steamboat. Served as Secretary of the Institution of Civil Engineers 1839-56.
  • Mann, William, 1817-1873 (6) - Astronomer. Assistant to Maclear at the Royal Observatory, Cape Town 1839-70.
  • Marjoribanks, Edward, 1776-1868 (3) - London banker. Senior partner in Coutts & Co.
  • Marsh, John C.L. (1) - Physician, mainly in Nottingham.
  • Marten, Miss (1)
  • Mason, William (1)
  • Mathieu, [?] (1) - French admiral and President of the Societe de Geographie de Paris.
  • May, Charles Murray (1)
  • May, Daniel J. (5) - Served in the Royal Navy along the West Coast of Africa. Took command of the "Pioneer" from its departure from Plymouth in 1860 until he was dismissed by Livingstone at Johanna in 1861.
  • Mburuma, ?-1860 (1) - Chief of the Ambo people. Was treacherously murdered by a band led by Jose Anselmo de Santos Anna.
  • McLeod, Norman, 1812-1872 (2) - Minister of the Church of Scotland. One of the founders of the Evangelical Alliance. Editor of Good Words 1860-72.
  • McRobert, Catherine (8) - Wife of Congregational minister John McRobert. Ran a school in Cambuslang, near Glasgow.
  • McRobert, John, 1793/4-1876 (7) - Congregational minister at Ellon 1823-34. Associated with George Street Chapel, Glasgow and Mrs. McRobert's school in Cambuslang.
  • McRobert, [?] (1)
  • McWilliam, James O., 1808-1862 (2) - Medical Officer during Trotter's expedition up the Niger River in 1841. Skills were severely tried by the onset of "African Fever" among the expedition's members. Later wrote several articles on this topic.
  • Medical Times and Gazette, Editor of the (1)
  • Meller, Charles J., 1836-1869 (3) - Surgeon of the "Pioneer." Served in the Zambezi region 1861-63. Was Vice-Consul in Madagascar 1865-66, and was associated with botanical gardens in Mauritius and Queensland.
  • Messrs Coutts and Co. (1)
  • Messrs Robert Napier and Sons (1)
  • Methuen, Henry H., 1818/9-1883 (1) - Curate in various parishes 1849-70.
  • Miles, Thomas (1)
  • Mills, Arthur, 1816-1898 (5) - Member of Parliament and writer on colonial affairs.
  • Mills, Miss (1) - Daughter of Arthur Mills.
  • Mills, Mrs. (1) - Wife of Arthur Mills.
  • Milne, Thomas (3) - Resident of Halifax.
  • Mirrlees, J.B. (1)
  • Moffat, Emily, 1831-1902 (2) - Daughter of a successful merchant in Brighton. Married Livingstone's brother-in-law early in 1858.
  • Moffat, John S., 1835-1918 (27) - Missionary. Fourth son of Robert Moffat. Made a contract with Livingstone to spread the gospel into the Zambezi region. In 1859, he and his wife took up residence among the Matebele, in what today is Zimbabwe.
  • Moffat, Mary, 1795-1871 (1) - Wife of Robert Moffat.
  • Moffat, Robert 1, 1795-1883 (98) - Missionary of the London Missionary Society in South Africa 1816-70. Translated the Bible into Setswana, the first complete translation into a Bantu language. Influenced Livingstone to go to Africa and became his father-in-law in 1845.
  • Moffat, Robert 2, 1827-1862 (3) - Surveyor and trader. Son of Robert Moffat and brother of Mary Moffat, Livingstone's wife. Surveyor in the Orange River Sovereignty 1848-89, surveyor to a copper mining company in Little Namaqualand 1854-55, and finally trader at Kuruman.
  • Monk, William, 1826-1884 (3) - Curate of St. Andrew's-the-Less, Cambridge, 1855-58. Editor of Livingstone's Cambridge lectures.
  • Moore, George (1)
  • Moore, Joseph, 1816-1897 (11) - Missionary in Tahiti 1842-45. Pastor of Congleton Congregational Church 1848-88. One of the closest of Livingstone's student friends, whom he visited in 1858.
  • Moore, [?] (1) - Brother or sister of Joseph Moore.
  • Morris, J.H. (1)
  • Moysey, Miss (3) - Cousin of Edmund Gabrien who resided in Plymouth.
  • Mudie, Charles E., 1818–1890 (1) - Founder of Mudie's Lending Library.
  • Murchison, Lady, ?-1869 (2) - Charlotte, wife of Sir Roderick I. Murchison.
  • Murchison, Roderick I., 1792-1871 (104) - Famous geologist, best known for his description of Silurian strata. President of the Royal Geographical Society 1843-45, 1851-53, 1856-59 and 1862-71. Met Livingstone in 1856 and they became close friends. Partially responsible for the Zambezi expedition and the attempt to settle the question of the sources of the Nile.
  • Murray, Andrew, 1794-1866 (1) - Served the Dutch Reformed Church in South Africa. Minister at Graaf-Reinet 1822-66, where Livingstone passed through in 1841 on his way to Kuruman.
  • Murray, John III, 1808-1892 (86) - Livingstone's publisher and adviser. Son of the founder of the John Murray publishing house.
  • Murray, John IV, 1851-1928 (1) - Along with brother Hallam Murray, assumed leadership of John Murray publishing house upon the death of John Murray III. Founding member of the Publishers' Association.
  • Myon, W.G. (1)
  • Naismith, John, Sr. (1) - Tanner in Hamilton, and Deacon of the Independent Church there.
  • Napier, James, 1820-1884 (1) - Scholar. Fellow student of Livingstone and James Young in Glasgow. Wrote widely on scientific and antiquarian matters.
  • Napier, Robert, 1791-1876 (1) - Distinguished marine engineer and shipbuilder in Glasgow. From 1853 in partnership with his sons James R. Napier and John Napier.
  • Need, Arthur, 1819-1888 (1) - Army officer. Knighted in 1881.
  • Noel, Mrs. (1)
  • Nunes, Galdino J. (1) - Military Commandant of Quilimane. Occasionally handled Livingstone's financial transactions. Uncle of Jose M. Nunes.
  • Nunes, Jose M. (35) - Appointed British Vice-Consul by Livingstone. Handled many of the Zambezi Expedition's financial dealings, especially those between Livingstone and the Portuguese in Quilimane and Mozambique.
  • Oldfield, Radulphus B., ?-1877 (1) - Commander of the "Lyra" and the "Ariel." Rendered assistance to the Zambezi Expedition on several occasions. Was the most successful prize-getter among the East African Squadron commanders.
  • Oswell, William C., 1818-1893 (78) - Explorer and hunter. Met Livingstone in South Africa in 1845, and travelled with him 1849-51. Remained close friends.
  • Owen, Richard, 1804-1892 (9) - Anatomist and naturalist. Conservator of the Hunterian Museum at the Royal College of Surgeons of England 1827-56. Professor of Comparative Anatomy and Physiology 1836-56. Taught Livingstone in 1840. Superintendent of the British Museum 1856-83. Knighted 1884.
  • Paget, James, 1814-1899 (1) - Surgeon at St. Bartholomew's Hospital, London, and Professor of Anatomy. Surgeon to Queen Victoria. Vice-Chancellor of London University. Created a Baronet 1871.
  • Pakington, John S., 1799-1880 (1) - Conservative politician, inter alia Minister for War and Colonies 1852. Created Baron Hampton 1874.
  • Palmerston, Lord, 1784-1865 (7) - Henry John Temple, succeeded to the title in 1802. Foreign Secretary 1830-41, 1846-51. Prime Minister 1859-65. Livingstone was in agreement with his anti-slavery policies.
  • Parents and Sisters (10)
  • Paris Geographical Society (1)
  • Parker, John H., 1816-1858 (1) - Fellow student of Livingstone at Ongar. Missionary in Calcutta 1843-58.
  • Paterson, T.M.B., 1844-1921 (1) - Minister of Hamilton West (United) Free Church 1875-1920.
  • Pedro V, King of Portugal , 1837-1861 (1) - King of Portugal 1853-61.
  • Pennell, John (1) - First Class Stoker, R.N. Served aboard the "Pioneer" from 1861-64. Accompanied Livingstone from Zanzibar to Bombay in 1864.
  • Percy, [?] (1)
  • Peto, Samuel M., 1809-1889 (2) - Builder and contractor in the railroad industry. Also a Baptist philanthropist, represented Norwich, Finsbury, and Bristol in the House of Commons.
  • Peyton, Lumley W. (1) - Lieutenant on HMS "Frolic" 1854-56 and its Acting Commander.
  • Peyton, Mrs. Lumley (1) - Wife of Lumley Peyton.
  • Philip, John, 1775-1851 (4) - London Missionary Society Director. LMS Superintendent in southern Africa in 1820-50.
  • Philip, Mrs. John, ?-1847 (2) - Wife of John Philip, superintendent of the London Missionary Society in southern Africa.
  • Phillips, John, 1800-1874 (1) - Eminent geologist. Keeper of York Museum 1825-40. Professor of Geology, Trinity College, Dublin 1844-53. Keeper of the Ashmolean Museum 1854-70. Assistant Secretary of the British Association 1832-59.
  • Playfair, Lyon, 1818-1898 (2) - Classmate of Livingstone's at Anderson College. On the faculty of the Royal School of Mines in the 1840s. Represented the universities of Edinburgh and St. Andrew's 1868-85, and South Leeds 1885-92. Created Baron Playfair in 1892.
  • Playfair, Robert L., 1828-1899 (3) - Soldier, diplomat, naturalist, and author. Brother of Lyon Playfair. Rose to the rank of Lieutenant Colonel in the Madras army. Consul at Zanzibar, and for Algeria 1867-96. Knighted 1886.
  • Plow, John C. (1)
  • Porter, William, 1805-1880 (2) - Attorney-General of the Cape Colony 1839-65.
  • Poyser, Miss (1)
  • Prentice, Manning (1) - Younger brother of Thomas L. Prentice. Considered becoming an artisan missionary.
  • Prentice, Thomas L. (7) - Friend of Livingstone while he was a student. Also wished to be a missionary, but instead became a corn merchant.
  • Price, William S., 1825/6-1911 (6) - Anglican clergyman. Worked for many years with the Church Missionary Society in East Africa and India. In charge of school for freed slaves at Nasik, near Bombay, which provided Livingstone with some of his attendants for the final expedition.
  • Procter, Lovell J., 1833-1910 (5) - Anglican clergyman. Served with the Universities' Mission to Central Africa 1861-63. Last post was as Rector of Radwell, Hertfordshire.
  • Pyne, Benjamin T., 1798/9-1880 (19) - Farmer at North Weald, with whom Livingstone became friendly when a student there. After his wife's death he retired to Bishop's Stortford.
  • Pyne, Elizabeth, 1799/1800-1853 (2) - Wife of Benjamin T. Pyne.
  • Quekett, John T., 1815-1861 (1) - Professor of Histology, Royal College of Surgeons, 1851-61. Conservator of the Hunterian Museum 1856-61. Author of several publications on various forms of histology and anatomy.
  • Rae, George, 1831-1865 (3) - Appointed Engineer to the Zambezi Expedition in February 1858, until 1864. Went into business in Zanzibar, but died prematurely in Glasgow a year later.
  • Raffles, Thomas, 1788-1863 (1) - Independent minister in Liverpool 1811-62.
  • Randall, Mr. (1) - Resident of Southampton.
  • Ratcliffe, Charles (1)
  • Ratcliffe, David L. (1) - Child named after David Livingstone.
  • Ratcliffe, Mrs. (1) - Mother of David L. Ratcliffe, a boy named after David Livingstone.
  • Rawlinson, Henry, 1810-1895 (3) - Served with the East India Company in the Middle East, where he deciphered Assyrian cuneiform. Member of Parliament 1858, 1865-68. President of the Royal Geographical Society
  • Rawson, Rawson W., 1812-1899 (2) - Colonial administrator. Served as Colonial Secretary of the Cape of Good Hope 1854-64.
  • Register General, General Register Office, Somerset House (1)
  • Richards, George H., 1819-1876 (5) - Captain R.N., 1854. Succeeded John Washington as Hydrographer of the Admiralty 1863-74.
  • Richardson, John, 1787-1865 (1) - Surgeon on Franklin's Arctic expeditions and in charge of the search expedition for him.
  • Ridley, Catherine (2) - Daughter of Charles Ridley of Felstead. Friend of Livingstone when he was at Ongar.
  • Rigby, Christopher P., 1820-1885 (6) - Political Agent in Zanzibar 1858-61.
  • Ritchie, William (1)
  • Roberts, Samuel, 1800-1885 (1) - Pastor of Llanbrynmair 1834-57. Writer on social, political, and religious questions.
  • Robertson, Joseph, 1810-1866 (1) - Journalist and historian. Chairman of Hamilton Council.
  • Robertson, William, 1805-1879 (2) - Minister of the Dutch Reformed Church in Swellendam, Cape Colony 1832-72.
  • Robinson, Mrs. (2) - Resident of Port Louis, Mauritius, visited by Livingstone in 1856.
  • Robinson, W. (1)
  • Rojabu (1)
  • Rough, George (2) - Glove manufacturer in and Lord Provost of Dundee, Scotland.
  • Rowe, William (1) - Stoker and storekeeper.
  • Rowley, Henry, ?-1907 (2) - Deacon connected to the Universities' Mission to Central Africa 1860-64. Secretary to the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel 1865-1900.
  • Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain) (1)
  • Russell, David (1)
  • Russell, James (2) - Catholic clergyman, possibly an Irishman and a Jesuit.
  • Russell, Lord John, 1792-1878 (55) - Third son of 6th Duke of Bedford. Created Earl Russell 1861. Member of Parliament and leader of the Whigs.
  • Rutherfoord, H.E. (1) - Merchant in Cape Town and Director there of the London Missionary Society.
  • Ryan, Vincent W., 1816-1888 (1) - Anglican clergyman. Bishop of Mauritius 1854-67. Livingstone met him when he called at Mauritius in 1856.
  • Sabine, General Edward, 1788-1883 (5) - 2nd Lieutenant R.A., 1803. Instrumental in conducting the first systematic magnetic survey ever made in Great Britain. President of the Royal Society 1861-71.
  • Salt, Titus, 1803-1876 (3) - Manufacturer who made his fortune by developing a method of using alpaca hair. Built manufacturing town of Saltaire. Represented Bradford in the House of Commons 1859-61. Created a Baronet in 1869.
  • Saumarez, Philip, ?-1889 (1) - Lieutenant of H.M. Sloop "Persian" at the Cape Naval Station 1859-60, which visited the Zambezi Expedition at Kongone 1859.
  • Schut, Alberto (1) - Leading merchant of Loanda. Financial member of the committee administering the local almshouse 1853-56.
  • Scott, [?] (1) - Resident of Bombay.
  • Sedgwick, Adam, 1785-1873 (10) - Professor of Geology at Cambridge after 1818. Later a fellow of the Geographical Society, and of the Royal Society. President of the British Association in 1833.
  • Sekeletu, 1834-1864 (1) - Son of Sebituane and chief of the Makololo 1853-64. Treated for a skin disease by Livingstone in 1860. His people disintegrated as a political unit after his death.
  • Seward, George E., ?-1909 (10) - Assistant Surgeon in the Bombay establishment 1855. Served as Agency Surgeon, Acting Political Agent, and Acting Consul in Zanzibar, where Livingstone met him in 1864. Retired in 1884.
  • Seward, Mrs. (1) - Wife of George Seward.
  • Sewell, Margaret (12) - Widow who kept a boarding-house in London, where Livingstone lodged when a student.
  • Shaftesbury, Lord, 1801-1885 (1) - Antony Ashley Cooper. Succeeded to the title in 1851. Famous philanthropist, with an interest in a multitude of benevolences. Member of various religious societies, including the Church Missionary Society.
  • Shaw, H. Norton, ?-1868 (22) - Qualified as a surgeon in Copenhagen. Travelled widely as a surgeon for a shipping line. Assistant Secretary 1849-54 and Acting Secretary 1854-63 of the Royal Geographical Society 1849-54. British Consul at St. Croix.
  • Shelburne, The Earl of, 1816-1866 (3) - Henry Thomas Petty Fitzmaurice. Succeeded as 4th Marquis of Lansdowne in 1863. Member of Parliament 1847-56.
  • Sicard, Tito Augosto d'Araujo, ?-1864 (3) - Portuguese Commandant of Tete up to 1859. Commandant of Mazaro and the Shire 1862-64. Temporary Governor of Quilimane.
  • Sidney, Edwin (2)
  • Silva, Custodio Jose da (6) - Governor of Quilimane during the Zanzibar expedition. Rescued by Livingstone and a Portuguese sergeant when wounded under fire at Mazaro in 1858.
  • Skead, Francis, 1823-1891 (4) - Royal Navy's Surveyor at the Cape of Good Hope 1856-63. Accompanied the Zambezi Expedition from Cape Town in 1858. His discovery of the Kongone River/Canal was vital to Livingstone's interests.
  • Smith, Andrew, 1797-1872 (1) - Staff surgeon, R.A., 1837. Stationed in the Cape Colony at Natal, where he conducted serious ethnic studies on the Khoisan and the Zulu people. Superintendent of the Army Medical Department. Knighted in 1858.
  • Smith, E.P. (1)
  • Smith, R.M. (4) - Merchant in Leith.
  • Smith, Robert A., 1817-1884 (2) - Chemist.
  • Smyth, Annarella (1) - Wife of Admiral William H. Smyth.
  • Smythe, William H. (1) - Captain, R.N., retired as Rear Admiral in 1853.
  • Snow, John (2) - Publisher and bookseller in London.
  • Somerville, Andrew (2) - Foreign Mission Secretary of the United Presbyterian Church, and Hope M. Waddell missionary of that Church at Calabar, Nigeria
  • Southey, Richard, 1808-1901 (1)
  • Spencer, Thomas, 1796-1853 (1) - Curate of Hinton Charterhouse 1826-47. Social reformer.
  • Stanley, Henry M., 1841-1904 (12) - Journalist and explorer. Roving correspondent of the New York Herald. Sent by James G. Bennett to find Livingstone, and met him at Ujiji in November 1871. Travelled with Livingstone until March 1872. Later became a major explorer of Africa in his own right and, for King Leopold of Belgium, one of the founders of the Congo Free State.
  • Stanley, Lord, 1826-1893 (5) - Edward Henry Stanley. Succeeded as 15th Earl of Derby in 1869. Conservative politician, inter alia Foreign Secretary 1866-68.
  • Starkey, S.F. (2) - Hatmaker, 4 New Bond Street, London.
  • Stearns, William F., 1834-1874 (5) - Merchant from Massachusetts. Partner of Stearns, Hobart and Co. in Bombay 1857-68. Livingstone met him on board ship in 1865 and lived in his house for much of his stay in Bombay.
  • Stebbing, J.R. (1) - President of Polytechnic Institution, Southampton.
  • Steele, Thomas M., 1820-1890 (20) - Officer in the Coldstream Guards and aide-de-camp to the Governor of Madras. Met Livingstone on a hunting trip in South Africa in 1843 and remained a close friend. Later served in Crimea, became a General, and was Commander-in-Chief in Ireland. Knighted 1871.
  • Stephens, Henry E., ?-1913 (1) - Captain, R.N., 1883. Acting-Lieutenant H.M.S. "Frolic" 1856-57.
  • Stewart, James, 1831-1905 (11) - Minister of the Free Church of Scotland. With Livingstone and the Zambezi Expedition 1862-63 on church business.
  • Strong, Sidney, ?-1863 (1) - Secretary of the Universities' Mission to Central Africa at the time of his death.
  • Sturge, Joseph, 1793-1859 (1) - Philanthropist who espoused the anti-slavery cause. Joined the Anti-Corn Law League. Was a member of the Society of Friends and President of the Peace Society.
  • Sunley, William, ?-1886 (14) - Prosperous sugar plantation owner on Anjouan (Johanna). Served as H.M. Consul in the Comoro Islands 1851-65.
  • Sykes, William H., 1790-1872 (1) - Army officer in the East India Company and naturalist. Deputy chairman of the East India Company 1855 and chairman 1856. Fellow of the Royal Society. President of the Royal Asiatic Society 1858. One of the founders of the Statistical Society and president 1863.
  • Tavares de Almeida, Antonio (4) - Named Governor of Tete and Sena in 1859. Held this office until after the Zambezi Expedition was recalled.
  • Tavares de Almeida, Joao (1) - Governor General of Mozambique 1856-64. Seizure of the "Charles et Georges" produced a temporary strain in Luso-French and Luso-British relations.
  • Taylor, Wilbraham, 1816-1895 (5) - Proprietor of Hadley Hurst, Barnet. Neighbor of Livingstone in 1857. Served for a time as secretary of the Church Protestant Defence Society.
  • The Times, Editor of (11)
  • Thom/Thorn, John (1)
  • Thompson, William, 1811-1889 (27) - Missionary in South India 1836-48. Agent of the London Missionary Society in Cape Town 1850-88.
  • Thornton, George (6) - Brother of Richard Thornton, who assumed control of Richard's papers, effects, and financial affairs following his death.
  • Thornton, Richard, 1838-1863 (13) - Geologist to the Zambezi Expedition. Dismissed by Livingstone for laziness. Joined Klaus van der Decken in exploring and climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro in 1861-62. Eventually returned to the Zambezi and worked in conjunction with Livingstone's expedition.
  • Tidman, Arthur, 1792-1868 (50) - Congregational minister at Salisbury 1814-18. Foreign Secretary of the London Missionary Society 1839-68, and Livingstone's principle correspondent in the Society.
  • Torresao, Jose (1)
  • Toynbee, Henry (5) - Meteorologist. After 33 years of experience at sea, worked for the Meteorological Office, and published various works on meteorology.
  • Tozer, William G., 1829/30-1899 (3) - Bishop of Universities' Mission to Central Africa 1862-63, Zanzibar 1863-73, Jamaica 1879-80, and Honduras 1880-81. Livingstone never forgave him for moving the Universities' Mission to Central Africa from the Shire highlands and Morambala to Zanzibar in 1862-63.
  • Trotter, Henry D., 1802-1859 (1) - Captain, R.N., 1835. In command of Niger Expedition in 1841. Commander at the Cape of Good Hope 1856-57. Rear Admiral 1857.
  • Turner, James A., 1797-1869 (8) - Cotton manufacturer in Manchester. Had great interest in the Zambezi Expedition. Represented Manchester in Parliament 1857-65.
  • Turner, Mrs. J.A. (1) - Wife of James A. Turner.
  • Tweedie, William K., 1803-1863 (1) - Convenor of Foreign Missions Committee, Free Church of Scotland.
  • Ulemengo (1)
  • Unknown Admiralty Official (1)
  • Unknown Edinburgh City Official (2)
  • Unknown Member of Zambesi Expedition (1)
  • Unknown addressee (118)
  • Vardon, Frank, ?-1860 (3) - Officer in the Indian Army. Hunted with W.C. Oswell in South Africa 1846-47, when he met Livingstone.
  • Vavasseur, Helen (1) - Helen Moffat, Livingstone's Sister-in-law.
  • Vavasseur, James (1) - Husband of Helen Moffat, Livingstone's Sister-in-law.
  • Venn, Henry, 1796-1873 (3) - Secretary of the Church Missionary Society 1841-73. To check the slave trade in West Africa, he advocated developing the trade in the natural products of the region.
  • Vigors, Percy (1)
  • Walker, Baldwin W., 1802-1876 (14) - Lieutenant, R.N., 1820. Accepted command in the Turkish Navy 1840-45. Surveyor of the Navy 1848-60. Commander-in-Chief at the Cape Station 1861-64. Created a Baronet 1856. Admiral 1870.
  • Waller, Horace, 1833-1896 (113) - Lay Superintendent, Universities' Mission to Central Africa 1860-64. Curate, St. John's Chatham 1867-70. Vicar of Leytonstone, 1870-74. Rector of Twywell, 1874-95. In addition to editing Livingstone's Last Journals, wrote several articles on slavery and the slave trade in Africa.
  • War Office (2)
  • Ward, Thomas (1) - Steward. Served on the "Pioneer" during the time it was placed at Livingstone's disposal. Worked with the Universities' Mission to Central Africa at Magomero in 1861. Accompanied Livingstone on his expeditions south and west of Lake Nyasa in 1863.
  • Washington, John, 1800-1863 (66) - Hydrographer to the Admiralty and Head of the Harbour Department from 1855 till his death. Chief supply officer for Livingstone's Zambezi Expedition. Handled Livingstone's requests for provisions, material, personnel, etc.
  • Watkins, G. (1) - Minister.
  • Watt, David G., 1817-1897 (19) - Churchman. Native of Irvine. Student at Glasgow and Spring Hill College. Missionary in Benares 1840-45. Pastor of various independent churches in England.
  • Watts, E. (1)
  • Way, Mrs. (1)
  • Webb, John F. (1) - Merchant from Salem, Massachussets. Spent time in Zanzibar and was American Vice-Consul, Acting Consul, and Consul there 1871-73.
  • Webb, William F., 1829-1899 (4) - Big-game hunter whom Livingstone and Oswell met in 1850. Livingstone stayed at his house, Newstead Abbey in Nottinghamshire, in 1864-65.
  • Wellington, The Duke of, 1807-1884 (1) - Soldier and politician. Arthur Richard Wellesley. Succeeded to the title in 1852.
  • Whewell, William, 1794-1866 (1) - Distinguished scientist and theologian. Master of Trinity College, Cambridge 1841-66. Vice-Chancellor 1843-56.
  • Whish, Charles (1) - Millinery manufacturer in Glasgow. Friend of the Livingstone family.
  • Whitaker, J.N. (2)
  • Whitboy, Klaso (1)
  • White, Captain (2) - Captain of the P. & O. steamer "Massilia" on which Livingstone travelled from Suez to Bombay in 1865.
  • White, Henry (2)
  • Wilberforce, Samuel, 1805-1873 (11) - Bishop of Oxford 1845-69 and of Winchester 1869-73. Prolific writer on church and religious matters.
  • Willans, J.S. (1) - Lieutenant 1861. Captain 1873. Major 1881. Served in Abyssinia and Assam.
  • Williams, F. (1)
  • Williams, [?] (1)
  • Williamson, Mrs. (2)
  • Wills, Edmund (1) - From Newark.
  • Wilson, George, 1818-1859 (1) - Professor of Technology, Edinburgh 1855-59. Chemist who made Livingstone's acquaintance at University College in London 1838-39.
  • Wilson, J.H. (2) - Trader in South Africa.
  • Wilson, John C., 1834-1885 (1) - Naval officer. Son of Chief Justice of Mauritius. Became Commander in 1861 and assumed command of H.M.S. "Gorgon." Aided the "Henry Ellen" and Mary Livingstone in reaching the Zambezi in 1862. Promoted to Rear-Admiral in 1881.
  • Wilson, John, 1804-1875 (1) - Missionary in Bombay 1829-75. Vice-Chancellor of the University of Bombay 1857-75. Distinguished orientalist.
  • Wilson, William (1)
  • Wodehouse, Philip E., 1811-1887 (1) - Entered the Ceylon Civil Service in 1828 and held several posts there before serving as Superintendent of British Honduras 1851-54. Governor of Bombay 1872-77.
  • Woodman, William B., 1804-1882 (2) - Congregational minister at Cadnam 1834-37, Paignton 1837-44, Newport 1844-49. Interested in missions.
  • Wright, Margery, 1798-1886 (2) - Wife of Peter Wright.
  • Wright, Peter, ?-1843 (4) - Missionary in South Africa, mostly at Griquatown 1821-43.
  • Wynyard, Robert H., 1802-1864 (1) - Army officer, becoming Major-General 1858, commander of troops in Cape Colony 1859, and temporarily Governor 1859-60 and 1861-62.
  • Wyon, Mrs. (1)
  • Young Friends (1)
  • Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA) (1)
  • Young, Edward D., 1831-1896 (5) - Gunner of H.M.S. "Gorgon". Joined the Zambezi expedition in 1862 and served Livingstone in several capacities for more than two years. Led a Livingstone search expedition in 1867 up the Shire. Led the expedition up the Shire that founded the Livingstonia mission in 1875.
  • Young, James, 1811-1883 (67) - Scottish industrialist who made a fortune distilling paraffin from shale. Met Livingstone at Anderson's College. Was one of Livingstone's three Trustees.
  • Young, Mary A. (1)
  • Young, [?] (1)
  • Young, [?] (1) - Mother of James Young.
  • [?], D. (2)