Siam: Kenneth on a Summary of Their Work in Thailand

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Siam: Kenneth on a Summary of Their Work in Thailand


Kenneth sums up his work in Thailand. During his years there, he started five or six Chinese schools and churches. He preached and evangelized in all the major population centers of his parish, and many small villages. He published a monthly journal in both Siamese and Chinese. He had a Presbyterian church in Trang, with its own local pastor. Kenneth and Margaret helped train and educate two young people from scratch who could study at the theological seminary up at McCormick in Chiang Mai and then come and work on the peninsula. He also visited individual homes and villages, and sent hundred of pastoral letters.


Landon, Kenneth (1903-1993)


January 1, 1938


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Over a course of 13 years Kip Landon (Kenneth Landon Jr.) began recording stories from his parents, Margaret and Kenneth Landon, resulting in 95 hours of recordings. Beginning on July 20, 1976, recording finished in June, 1978. The project resumed again in 1982 for a few months. After a long break, the third recording period began in 1988 and concluded in March 1989.

Oral History Item Type Metadata


Kenneth Landon (1903-1993)



Sound File Location

Box 78: Item 1: Oral History: "The Landon Chronicles" Tapes 55-60

Clip Location

Hour 60, clip 7


Sub-Series 8: Audio and Video

Main Collection

Series 1: Biographical


Landon, Kenneth (1903-1993) , “Siam: Kenneth on a Summary of Their Work in Thailand,” Digital Exhibits of Wheaton College, accessed September 24, 2020,