Leslie Gariadi, his Papuan assistant
The Rev. Henry Holland, priest from Isivita
John Duffill, builder/carpenter from Isivita
The Rev. Vivian Redlich, priest from Sangara
Sister Margery Brenchley, nurse from Sangara
Lilla Lashmar, teacher from Sangara
Lucian Tapiedi, Papuan teacher/evangelist from Sangara
Sister May Hayman, nurse from Gona and fiancée of Fr. Vivian Redlich
Mavis Parkinson, teacher from Gona
The Rev. John Barge, priest
The Rev. Bernard Moore, priest
The latter two, who were killed in the New Guinea Islands, were added to the list of Anglican Martyrs from New Guinea in 1949 and 1992, respectively.
Fr. Matthews and his assistant Leslie Gariadi were killed when the boat they were on was sunk between Port Moresby and Daru and the survivors machine-gunned.
The five people who accompanied Lucian were beheaded shortly afterwards on Buna Beach.
The two Gona missionary sisters were bayonetted to death at Jegarata, near Popondetta.
All these deaths occurred around or during August, 1942. Four years later Bishop Strong proclaimed September 2 as the official feast for the Commemoration of the New Guinea Martyrs.