Mose Behar Paulo
a Spanish Jew, born at Constantinople and baptised at Smyrna, worked amongst the Jews, a number of whom had known him from childhood. He trained at Constantinople under the direction of C. S. Newman, another Jewish believer.
Gidney writes of him, that he was a faithful servant of the Master for over twenty years to Constantinople, and subsequently at Bucharest and Smyrna, where, to anticipate, he died in 1897, after nearly thirty-five years labour amongst his Spanish speaking brethren. He was an able speaker, and carried on the Saturday and Sunday services at Smyrna.
Gidney, William Thomas. History of the London Society…1908. chapter XLVIII