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Chauncy Maples
Chauncy Maples (1852–95) was a British clergyman and Anglican missionary who became Bishop of Likoma, on Likoma Island, in East Africa.
Born in 1852, Maples had sailed for Zanzibar in 1876 where he set up clinics and schools for released slaves. Ten years later he founded the Anglican Mission on Likoma Island. In 1895 Maples received recognition when he was consecrated as the sixth Bishop of Nyasaland. MORE
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