Henry Someillan

1856, Cuba.

When Someillan was 13, his mother, believing his life was in danger because his father had been expatriated to Cuba by Spain, sent him abroad under the protection of the American consul. In Florida, he became a Methodist pastor, and served as a missionary in Key West and other parts of Florida. He went to Havana in 1879 to establish a mission, and later returned to Florida. He moved back to Cuba after it achieved independence in 1898, and retired in 1901.

  1. ¡Oh Maestro y Mi Señor!