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CHURCH MISSIONARY SOCIETY ARCHIVE
Section III: Central Records

Part 13: CMS Collection of Lives of Missionaries held at the Church Missionary Society Library

Parts 13 and 14 focus on the lives of CMS missionaries, bringing together biographical works stored at the Max Warren Library at the Church Mission Society Library, London. Part 13 covers missionaries A-L whilst Part 14 looks at section L-Y. The majority of the missionary lives documented are men but there are also several women, including some who worked for the Church of England Zenana Society.

The books, are for the majority, written for adults, some of them by wives or husbands of missionaries, some by professional authors and some are small books written by the CMS themselves. There are also a few books written for the younger audience.

The contents of the books are mixed, some being merely a story of the life and work of the missionary, but most with interesting extracts from the missionary's letters and journals. A considerable amount of the books also contain photographs and maps.

The biographies give us a fascinating insight into the work of the missionaries and the lives of the people they worked among. There is much on itineration in and around the missions as well as on the evangelical side of the work. There is also much on local customs, traditions, homes, dress, religious practices.

Missionaries who worked in the following countries are included in this part - China, India, West Africa, Persia, North West America, New Zealand, Egypt and the Sudan, Ceylon, Uganda, Nigeria, Abyssinia, Palestine, East Africa, making for a comprehensive picture of CMS work around the globe.

Some of the missionaries included in Part 13 are:

- Minnie Mary Apperson: CEZMS, Fukien, China
- John Barton: schoolmaster in India
- Rev Rowland Bateman: Narowal, India
- Mary Bird: Persia
- Bishop William Carpenter Bompas: First Bishop of Athabasca, North West America
- Bishop John Bowen: Sierra Leone
- Archdeacon Alfred Nesbit Brown: New Zealand
- Rev Robert Bruce: Punjab and Julfa in Persia
- Bishop Guy Bullen: Egypt and Sudan
- Rev John Butler: New Zealand, first ordained clergyman to reside in New Zealand
- Rev N P Campbell: Ceylon
- Rev Robert Clark: Punjab, India
- Rev Albert Ruskin Cook: Uganda
- Archdeacon Cowley: North West America
- Rev William Spiller Cox: Sierra Leone
- Rev Harry Crabtree: India and Winifred Perfect, CEZMS, India
- Bishop Samuel Adjai Crowther: Nigeria
- Dr G E Dodson: Persia
- Rev William Duncan: Metlakahtla, North West America
- Dr William Jackson: Elmslie, India
- Rev David Fenn: Madras, India
- Rev Henry Watson Fox: South India
- Bishop Thomas Valpy French: Lahore, India
- Rev Max Gerson: India
- Bishop Samuel Gobat: Abyssinia and Jerusalem
- Rev Charles Andrew Gollmer: West Africa
- Rev George Maxwell Gordon: Punjab, India
- Rev Thomas Samuel Grace: New Zealand
- Rev Martin J Hall: Uganda
- Eleanor J Harrison and Edith Nettleton: Chungan, Fukien, China
- Rose Harvey: CEZMS, India
- Rev John Fearby Haslam: Cotta, Ceylon
- Bishop Joseph Sidney Hill: first Bishop in Western Equatorial Africa, New Zealand and Nigeria
- Anna Hinderer: wife of Rev David Hinderer, Yoruba,West Africa
- Bishop John Horden: First Bishop of Moosonee, North West America
- Rev W A B Johnson: Sierra Leone
- Rev John Ludwig Krapf: East Africa
- Susanna Francis Latham: CEZMS, India
- Rev James Leighton: India
- Rev Charles Benjamin Leupolt: India
- Rev Albert B Lloyd: Uganda
- Rev John Wheller Lloyd: Nigeria

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