"Sikonge. Täuflinge mit Br. Terp, 1913" ("Sikonge. Candidates for baptism with br[other] Terp, 1913"). The candidates for baptism in a procession following brother Terp who is wearing a topee. The candidates are dressed in white and are walking in front of a church with a thatched roof. The male candidates are at the front of the procession, the women at the back. Behind the church the wooden belfry.; Brother Terp could be either Terp, Jakob Peter. Born December 9th, 1882 in Thiset, Schleswig, Germany. On September 15th, 1910, he married Johanne Andrea, née Carstensen in Christiansfeld. From 1910-1916 he worked as a missionary in Urambo / Unyamwezi. He was detained from 1916-1917. or Terp, Peter Jakobsen, farm labourer, born November 30th, 1879 in Gramby, Schleswig, Germany. In 1908 he married Kjestine Lund in Christiansfeld. From 1908-1916 Terp worked as a missionary in East Africa. In 1916 he was in Belgian captivity until 1917.