The Reverend Albert Kato Reiton was an American Protestant missionary.
He married Edna Greer Reiton on November 15, 1909 and the next month they founded the South China Peniel Holiness Mission in Hong Kong. Edna Greer died in Kobe en route to the USA for medical treatment in January 1912 and in January 1913 Reiton married Rose Etta Femmer. The couple returned to Hong Kong in March to work as evangelists. In November 1914 they opened the Yaumati Peniel Misson in Kowloon. <Read more ...>
Edith Hammond was the daughter of missionary Bob Hammond and his wife Helen. She was ten and a half months old in January 1942 when she was interned in Stanley with her parents and grandparents. She was part of the Asama Maru/Gripsholm repatriation.
Robert Hammond, Bondservants of the Japanese (1942), 1957 ed., 49 <Read more ...>
Robert Bruce Hammond was an American missionary with the China Peniel Mission, which was founded by his father-in-law the Rev. A. K. Reiton and is first wife. He went through the 1941 hostilities in Kowloon and was interned in Stanley with his wife, their daughter Edith, and the Reitons, until the American repatriation.
He wrote a memoir of his experience: Bondservants of the Japanese (1942)