The Dairyman’s Daughter is the true account of the life of Elizabeth Wallbridge, a young woman who lived on The Isle of Wight, just off the southern English coast near the ports of Southampton and Portsmouth. She died there at an early age in 1801. Her name, her surroundings, her conversion and death were related with such power that literally millions of copies were sold prior to 1853 to satisfy the demand, and numbers of men, women, and children were brought to the Lord by this humble means.
This small booklet was translated into many languages during the 19th century. It seems to have been signally honored by the Holy Spirit as an instrument to communicate God’s truth with humility and love.