newspapers of the late-19th/early-20th centuries contain an enormous
amount of information on life in the island at that period, but very
little research has been done on that time. Consequently the researcher
is continually coming across material about people and events little
known to the present day.
Recently I came across articles about Robert Josias Morgan of Chapelton, who, after a very interesting life, had become
Father Raphael, a priest of the Greek Orthodox Church.
So far I know no more of Father Raphael than is told in newspaper reports in 1913, but there are clues to further information
which I hope to follow up.