To answer John Pollards question. The stone plaque still remains but not on the building shown here – next door We put up a plaque on the house he was born in (shown here) as otherwise it was not noted. A large Methodist service in Hong Kong that I attended in 2015 mentioned him by name as one of their founders under God. He was a great man.
I see there’s an old Building News 1898 print for sale on Ebay right now 14/06/2021 of the Waverley Park Chapel and Schools. The Building News was a wonderful resource for architecture with added information pertaining to the buildings that were featured. See Ebay link here: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/284326879120?hash=item423333df90:g:Z6cAAOSwWeFgnDd0
Hello, I think Heber Goldsworthy was a great great uncle. My mum has a copy of a Methodist magazine that details the tragedy of his murder. I also have family photos which I think feature Heber.
Anthony, Records associated with Methodist Missionaries are held and the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) in the University of London on behalf of the church. I would suggest that you make contact with SOAS to see if they would accept them into that collection. Alternatively you could contact the Liaison Officer for Methodist Archives (email: email@example.com) who will be happy to offer further guidance on the most sensible option.