The Rev. Jacob Chamberlain, M.D., D.D., (1835-1908) served as a missionary to India with the Reformed Church in America for nearly fifty years, mainly stationed at Madanapalle, where he tended the sick, preached the Gospel in many cities and villages, distributed Christian literature, and contributed to the establishment of a number of schools and collages, infirmaries and hospitals.
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