Swiss

Alternate Names
Swiss and Italian, Swiss, Italian, and German
Founded
1850 January 1
Closed
No dates given.

On 24 November 1850 the Swiss Mission was organized. The Swiss and Italian Mission was created when the Italian Mission was closed and absorbed into the Swiss Mission in 1854. In 1861 the German Mission closed and was joined with the Swiss and Italian Mission becoming the Swiss, Italian, and German Mission. The country of the Netherlands was separated to become a new mission in 1864. A few years later, the Swiss, Italian, and German Mission became the Swiss and German Mission. In 1898, the mission split once more into the Swiss Mission and the German Mission. However, a few years later they recombined into the Swiss-German Mission, which was renamed the Swiss Austrian Mission in early 1938 before being renamed in November of that year to the Swiss Mission.

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Mission Founded

1850 January 1

Thomas Brown Holmes Stenhouse Called as President

1850–1854 See Missionaries

Daniel Tyler Called as President

1854 August–1855 November See Missionaries

John Lyman Smith Called as President

1855 May–1858 June See Missionaries

Jabez Woodard Called as President

1857 April–1861 May See Missionaries

William Wollerton Riter Called as President

1864 March 3–October 11 See Missionaries

William Perry Nebeker Called as President

1865 February–1867 April See Missionaries

Joseph Smith Horne Called as President

1867 April 21–December 31 See Missionaries

Henry Eyring Bowman Called as President

1898 January–1900 February See Missionaries

Louis Samuel Cardon Called as President

1900 January–1901 February See Missionaries

Timeline Activity

1900

The mission home was located at Hoschgasse 68, Munster, Zürich, Switzerland. It was shared with the German Mission.

David Lorenzo McDonald Called as President

1901 January–1902 September See Missionaries

Levi Edgar Young Called as President

1902 June–1904 May See Missionaries

Thomas Evans McKay Called as President

1937 July–1940 February See Missionaries
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