As requested from above here are some quotes from the early church fathers concerning the salvation of all, including those who never had a chance to hear.
Clement Of Alexandria (150-215 AD)
“He says that the Lord is the Propitiator, ‘not only for our sins’ – that is, for those of the faithful – ‘but also for the whole world.’ He indeed, saves all. But [He ...
Some of the early church fathers believed that all would be saved by the Lord Jesus, That would include those who never heard about him.
Quite a few the early church fathers believed in the ultimate reconciliation of all. Here is a list of some of them.
Clement of Alexandria (150-215 AD)
Theophilus of Antioch (168 A.D.)
Origen (185 to 254 A.D.)
St. Basil ...
The only person I could find clear on the matters is St Augustine that offers no hope to those who have not heard:
CHAPTER 2 [II.]—FAITH IN CHRIST NOT NECESSARY TO SALVATION, IF A MAN
WITHOUT IT CAN LEAD A RIGHTEOUS LIFE Therefore the nature of the human
race, generated from the flesh of the one transgressor, if it is
self-sufficient for fulfilling the law ...