Hello Dominic. These are the only details I have about the English lives of the sisters Wreford. They were Anna Frances and Emily. They had a third sister, whose name I do not have, married to a Mr. Sanders or Saunders of the Grosvenor Church in Barnstaple. This Christian Brethren assembly still remains to this day, although they seem not to have records from the period I look for. Anna and Emily came to Spain in early 1870's. They served the Lord first as missionaries in Barcelona and Madrid, before coming to León. In this town, Emily married another British missionary calle John Cecil Hoyle in 1878. He was from Newcastle upon Tyne, I think. Emily died in León on 13 April 1883. His sister came to Galicia, my region in the northwestern corner of Spain afterwards. She came to live to my town Marín, where there was and is one of the largest Evangelical churches in Galicia. John Cecil Hoyle worked as missionary in towns in Galicia after the death of his wife in Vigo an Riveira. He came to Marín in 1894, when died Mr. Thomas Blamire, another missionary who was the most respected Evangelical preacher in the whole north of Spain. Hoyle served in Marín a lof of years and married Miss Eleanor Elizabeth Caley, from Windsor in 25 August 1886. The Hoyle family left Marín for health causes in early 1900's. They lived in London and Weston Super Mare before going to Canada. John Cecil Hoyle died on 16 January 1930 in Toronto, at 86 years old. Miss Anna Frances Wreford never left Marín apart from a few months on furlough in 1907. She stayed at her sister's house, Mrs. Sanders, at 1 Albert Terrace, Newport, Barnstaple. She came barck to Marín as soon as possible. She worked very hard among a greta opposition from the Roman catholics. She died in Marín in 12 August 1917, at 75 years old. Her name has never been forgotten among those she worked with. She remains to this day to us as our beloved 'Doña Ana'. Her tomb is still in Marín Civil Cementery, where you can still see a bunch of flowers left there from time to time from any Evangelical in the town. These are all the news I have about her life, and that of her sister, apart from their missionary letters you can see in Echoes of Service office, at Widcombe Crescent Street in Bath. Please, could you tell me anything new about them.