British Explorers to Mongolia

We have identified 27 explorers from British origin. The earliest record is John Bell, a physician born in 1691.

Sue Byrne has kindly supplied her research data for the records of British explorers to Mongolia

# Name Birth & death Sort descending Occupation Profession
1 Mrs. [Mary Isabella] Bryson, of Tientsin Mary Isabella Bryson ?-? Missionary
2 Beatrix Bulstrode ?-?
3 John Bell 1691-1780 Physician to the Russian Embassage Physician
4 Historic Image of Henry Thoby Prinsep Henry Thoby Prinsep 1792-1878
5 Edward Stallybrass Edward Stallybrass 1794-1884 Missionary with London Missionary Society Missionary
6 The only known photograph of Thomas Witlam Atkinson Thomas Witlam Atkinson 1799-1861 Architect, artist and traveller Traveler
7 Journeys in North China, Manchuria and Eastern Mongolia with some account of Corea Alexander Williamson 1829-1890 London Missionary Society Missionary
8 Charles Mitchell Grant Charles Mitchell Grant 1830-? Businessman
9 Rachel Harriette Busk 1831-1907
10 Alexander Michie 1833-1902 Writer, explorer, businessman Writer
11 Archibald John Little 1838-1908
12 John Sheepshanks 1839-1910
13 James Gilmour 1843-1891 Missionary
14 Archibald Ross Colquhoun 1848-1914
15 Julius Mendes Price 1857-1924 Journalist
16 Charles William Campbell 1861-1927
17 Frederick Roberts 1862-1894 Missionary
18 Frederick Roberts 1862-1894 Medical Professional
19 Marshall Broomhall 1866-1937 Missionary
20 Francesca French 1871-1960 Missionary
21 Mildred Cable 1878-1952 Missionary
22 Percy Thomas Etherton 1879-1963 Military
23 Douglas Carruthers Douglas Carruthers 1882-1962
24 Eric Teichman 1884-1944
25 Arthur Sowerby 1885-1954 Botanist
26 Arthur Sowerby 1885-1954 Missionary
27 Binsteed 1885-1915 Military
28 Arthur Sowerby 1885-1954 Zoologist
29 Morgan Philips Price 1885-1973 Journalist
30 Peter Fleming 1907-1971 Writer