Of Goucester, West Africa. Of the Aku Tribe. Colony-born Christian. At Fourah Bay Institution. Schoolmaster at Bathurst. 1864, May 22, deacon and 1866, December 23, ordained a priest by Bishop of Sierra Leone. Stationed in the Bullom District. 1874, July 16, died at Bullom. Assisted in translating a portion of the Book of Common Prayer into Timné. (See C. M. Record, October 1874.) Father of Nathaniel H. Boston.
Church Missionary Society, Register of Missionaries (Clerical, Lay and Female) and Native Clergy from 1804 to 1904.