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CHURCH MISSIONARY SOCIETY ARCHIVE
Section IV: Africa Missions

Part 22: Uganda, 1898-1934

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Catalogue of the papers of the Africa (Group 3) Committee Vol 4 pp 26-28

G 3 A 7 O Original Papers 1910
(1-212)
Papers sent to London by the mission secretary: letters on all manner of topics from the mission secretary, R H Walker and R Tucker, (the Bishop of Uganda); Annual Letters from missionaries, nurses, doctors and teachers such as Dr J H Cook, Rev H T Wright, Miss
J McNamara, Rev E Millar, Miss A K Attlee, Miss M S Thomset, Miss L M Bingham; reports on King’s School at Budo, on forced labour, on the Uganda Bible Committee and on the CMS Mengo Hospital; minutes of the Probation Committee, the Missionary Committee, the Women’s Conference and the Ladies Missionary Committee; issues of “Uganda Notes”  with up to date information on the mission.

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G 3 A 7 O Original Papers 1910
(213-end)
Papers sent to London by the mission secretary: letters on all manner of topics from
R Tucker, (the Bishop of Uganda), Ernest Millar (the Secretary) and many from Rev
F Rowling regarding his disagreements with headquarters in London ; Annual Letters from missionaries, nurses, doctors and teachers such as Dr J H Cook, Rev W E Owen, Rev G K Baskerville, Miss J M Flint, Miss E C Pike, Rev R H Leakey; minutes  of the Ladies Missionary Committee, the Luganda Translation Committee, the Missionary Committee; issues of “Uganda Notes”, one including the description of the coronation of King Daudi; report on the CMS Hospital at Toro; resolutions of the Diocesan Synod of the Church of Uganda; pamphlet on the training of teachers in the mission.

G 3 A 7 O Original Papers 1911
(1-100)
Papers sent to London by the mission secretary: letters on all manner of topics  from R H Walker, Bishop Tucker, Rev E Millar and Rev F Rowling; Annual Letters from missionaries, nurses, doctors and teachers such as Rev E Daniell, Miss E M Piffin, Rev H W Tegart, Miss E L Pilgrim, Rev J E Hannington, Dr A R Cook, Dr D Ashton Bond, Miss I Ferguson; minutes of the Missionary Committee and of the Ladies Missionary Committee; a report on the Normal School at Namirembe, on the work in the Hoima and Bugoma districts by Rev A B Fisher, on King’s School at Budo, on the Uganda Bible Conference and on the Examiners of the Uganda Language Exam; issues of “Uganda Notes” and one issue of the newsletter “Hearing and Doing”.

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G 3 A 7 0 Original Papers 1911
(101-end)
Papers sent to London by the mission secretary: Letters on all manner of topics from
R Walker, A R Cook and A B Lloyd; Annual Letters from missionaries, nurses, doctors and teachers such as Miss A M Morris, Rev W Bowen, Dr J H Cook, Rev J Britten, Miss L O Walton, Rev J S Herbert, Miss J E Chadwick, Miss E L Pilgrim, Rev A L Kitching, Archdeacon T R Buckley; minutes of the Missionary Committee and of the Ladies Missionary Committee; issues of “Uganda Notes”.
 

G 3 A 7 O Original Papers 1912
(1-99)
Papers sent to London by the mission secretary: Letters on all manner of topics from R H Walker and Dr A R Cook; Annual Letters from missionaries, nurses, doctors and teachers such as Rev A B Fisher, Miss A M Matthew, H G Ollistone, Rev E S Daniell, Mr C W Hattersley, Rev H W Weatherhead, Miss M A Taylor and Rev S R Skeens; report on King’s School at Budo; minutes of the Missionary Committee and of the Ladies Missionary Committee.

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G 3 A 7 O Original Papers 1912
(100-end)
Papers sent to London by the mission secretary: Letters on all manner of topics from Rev H W Weatherhead, Rev E Millar, C Hattersley and Dr A R Cook; Annual Letters from missionaries, nurses, doctors and teachers such Rev E Millar, Rev J Britton, J B Fletcher,
F H White, Rev H B Lewin, Miss M J Baker, Mr W S Syson, Miss J Ferguson and Miss M Brown; minutes of the Ladies Missionary Committee and the Missionary Committee; report of the Toro Medical Hospital with photographs of Dr Cook and the nurses and the first report of the Busoga Balangira School; proposal of the Africa Inland Mission to commence work among the Azandi Tribes.

G 3 A 7 O Original Papers 1913
(1-100)
Papers sent to London by the mission secretary: Letters on all manner of topics from J J Willis (the Bishop of Uganda), H M Weatherhead, E Millar and R H Walker; Annual Letters from missionaries, nurses, doctors and teachers such as Miss  H L Wright, Rev H B Ladbury, Mrs A B Fisher, Re A E Playdell, A L Kitching, H G Dillistone, Miss L M Bingham, Rev S R Skeens and Rev G Casson; minutes of the Missionary Committee.   

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G 3 A 7 O Original Papers 1913
(101-end)
Papers sent to London by the mission secretary: Letters on all manner of topics from J J Willis (the Bishop of Uganda), G W Baskerville (Archdeacon of Uganda), A B Lloyd, A B Fisher, H Bowers, E Millar (Secretary) and R H Walker; Annual Letters from Miss R F Gordon and H Boulton Ladbury; minutes of the Missionary Committee and the Ladies Committee; 10th Annual Report of Toro Hospital by Dr Ashton Bond and other doctors, including photographs of the patients; a memo concerning the locations and duties of the missionaries in Uganda; a pamphlet on “The Policy of the Uganda Mission”; notes on the Land Development Scheme for the Uganda Church.

G 3 A 7 O Original Papers 1914
Papers sent to London by the mission secretary: Letters on all manner of topics from J J Willis (Bishop of Uganda), E Millar (Secretary), A Fisher, W E Owen, J Britton, G H Casson and A R Cook; minutes of the Missionary Committee and the Ladies Missionary Committee; report of CMS Mengo Hospital.

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G 3 A 7 O Original Papers 1915
Papers sent to London by the mission secretary: Letters on all manner of topics from
E Millar (Secretary), G T Manley, J J Willis (Bishop of Uganda), W E Owen, J Owrid, A L Kitching, G W Baskerville, G H Casson; minutes of the Missionary Committee and the Ladies Missionary Committee; report on the investiture of King D D Daudi Chwa II on 7 November 1914; issues of “Uganda Notes”; report of the Toro Medical Mission and of an Educational Conference.

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G 3 A 7 O Original Papers 1916
Papers sent to London by the mission secretary: Letters on all manner of topics from T R Buckley, E Millar (Secretary), A L Kitching, S R Skeens, A R Cook, R H Walker,
F Rowling, A B Lloyd and E N Cook and from Miss Annie M Matthew at the Indian hospital describing operations on the King and Queen of Ankole; minutes of the Missionary Committee, the Ladies Missionary Committee and the Board of Education.

G 3 A 7 O Original Papers 1917
Papers sent to London by the mission secretary: Letters on all manner of topics from
E Millar (Secretary who died 21 January 1917), F Rowling (the new Secretary), R H Walker and J J Willis (Bishop of Uganda); minutes of the Missionary Committee and of the Ladies Missionary Committee; report on education in Uganda; review of work in the mission in 1916 by Archdeacon G K Baskerville and Dr A R Cook; missionary statistics re workers and congregations; expenses for the missionary schools; pamphlet on “The Policy of the Uganda Mission”.

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G 3 A 7 O Original Papers 1918
Papers sent to London by the mission secretary: Letters on all manner of topics from H A Brewer, J J Willis (the Bishop of Uganda), Miss Annie M Matthew, H Boulton Ladbury and
F Rowling (the Secretary); minutes of the Missionary Committee; Annual Letter of Canon
R H Leakey; report on Industrial Training and on Land Development.

G3 A 7 O Original Papers 1919
Papers sent to London by the mission secretary: Letters on all manner of topics from
F Rowling (the Secretary), H Boulton Ladbury, A R Cook; minutes of the Missionary Committee, the Ladies Missionary Committee, the Native Womens’ Central Conference, the Medical Sub-Committee, the Kavirondo Local Missionary Committee and of the first meeting of the Eastern Province Local Missionary Committee; a short history and report on the Uganda Mission; details of a scheme for an East Central African Province; report of the Educational Sub-Committee and of the Lady Coryndin Maternity Training School.

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G 3 A 7 O Original Papers 1920
Papers sent to London by the mission secretary: Letters on all manner of topics from
F Rowling (the Secretary), Miss E M Furley, A R Cook, A B Lloyd, J J Willis (the Bishop of Uganda), C J A Burden, L Sharp and from African Christians complaining about the setting up of a cross in the church at Namirembe; minutes of the Missionary Committee, the Ladies Missionary Committee and the Kavirondo Local Missionary Committee; statement of accounts for the Kiryanga Estate; report on a conference of missionaries; thoughts of Rev G T Manley on Industrial Training; a memo on the increase in drunkenness in the local people; report on the Bishop Tucker Memorial College, Mukono.

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G 3 A 7 O Original Papers 1921
Papers sent to London by the mission secretary: Letters on all manner of topics from J H Cook, H Boulton Ladbury (the Secretary), A C Stanley Smith, J J Willis (the Bishop of Uganda), Miss Alfreda L Allen, Miss Gertrude E Bird, Mrs Beatrice E Dillistone; minutes of the Missionary Committee, the Ladies Missionary Committee, a Medical Sub-Conference, a Missionary Conference, the Probation Board and the Synod of the Diocese of Uganda; report of an Educational Conference.

G 3 A 7 O Original Papers 1922
Papers sent to London by the mission secretary: Letters on all manner of topics from J J Willis (the Bishop of Uganda); minutes of the Missionary Committee, the Ladies Missionary Committee, the Medical Sub-Conference and the proceedings of a Medical Board; annual report for the Uganda Mission; report on the Bishop Tucker Memorial College; an issue of “The Diocesan Gazette Uganda”; a letter from H Boulton Ladbury regarding the immorality of the Kabaka.

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G 3 A 7 O Original Papers 1923
Papers sent to London by the mission secretary: Letters on all manner of topics from
H Boulton Ladbury (Secretary), E C Pike, J J Willis (Bishop of Uganda), A R Cook, Miss
G Bird; minutes of the Ladies Missionary Committee, the Missionary Committee, the Probation Board, the Medical Sub-Conference, the Retirement Committee; a list of important dates in the history of the Uganda Mission; report of the Uganda Mission for 1922.

G 3 A 7 O Original Papers 1924
Papers sent to London by the mission secretary: Letters on all manner of topics from L E Sharp, W B Gill, H Weatherhead, A B Lloyd, H Boulton Ladbury (Secretary), J J Willis (Bishop of Uganda); minutes of the Standing Committee, of the Missionary Committee and the Ladies Missionary Committee; history of the Uganda Mission by L E Sharp; report of a special meeting to discuss opening up work in Rwanda; report by Rev Garfield H Williams on education in Uganda.

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G 3 A 7 O Original Papers 1925
Papers sent to London by the mission secretary: Letters on all manner of topics from
L Sharp, H Boulton Ladbury (Secretary), A L Kitching, H Weatherhead, J J Willis (Bishop of Uganda), Rev H E Guillebaud, Miss Alfreda L Allan re girls education; minutes of the Standing Committee, the Probation Board, Sub-Committees, a Medical Sub-Conference, the Missionary Committee; resolutions of a Missionary Conference; news cuttings re the visit of the Prince of Wales; photographs of the Bishop Tucker Memorial College; estimates for the Uganda Mission for 1926; report on educational policy in Uganda.

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G 3 A 7 O Original Papers 1926
Papers sent to London by the mission secretary: Letters on all manner of topics from A L Kitching, W Holden, E N Cook, E S Daniell, H Boulton Ladbury (Secretary), A C Stanley Smith re work in Rwanda, J J Willis (Bishop of Uganda); minutes of the Missionary Committee, the Standing Committee, the Rwanda Medical Mission Auxillary, the Medical Sub-Conference, the Synod of the Diocese of Uganda, the Probation Board and of the Rwanda Sub-Conference; report by H Boulton Ladbury on the death of Sir Apolo Kagwa, the Katikiro of Uganda; memo on the future of the Maternity Training School by Dr A R Cook; notes on the plans for the future of the Bishop Tucker Memorial College at Mukono; report on educational work in the African missions.

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G 3 A 7 O Original Papers 1927
Papers sent to London by the mission secretary: Letters on all manner of topics from
H Boulton Ladbury (Secretary), F Rowling, E L Langston, W Holden, Miss Alfreda L Allen,
H F Wright, Miss Edith M E Baring Gould; minutes of the Missionaries Conference, the Missionaries Committee, the Medical Sub-Conference, the Rwanda Council, the Standing Committee, the Rwanda Sub-Conference, the Literature Committee; pamphlet on the origin of the Rwanda Council; news cuttings on the funeral of Sir Apolo Kgwa, Katikiro of Uganda; pamphlet to commemorate the Jubilee of the CMS in Uganda; reports by Miss I C Warburton on girls’ and boys’ education in Uganda; list of new personnel urgently needed for the mission; memo on the proposed Federation of the British East African Dependencies by his Highness the Kabaka of Buganaa.

G 3 A 7 O Original Papers 1928
Papers sent to London by the mission secretary: Letters on all manner of topics from J J Willis (Bishop of Uganda), H Boulton Ladbury (Secretary), W S Russell, E N Cook, Miss Alfreda L Allen; minutes of the Missionary Committee, the Synod of the Diocese of Uganda, the Rwanda Sub-Conference, the Standing Committee, the Probation committee, the Rwanda Council and the Medical Sub-Conference; correspondence re difficulties with the doctor A T Schofield.

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G 3 A 7 O Original Papers 1929
Papers sent to London by the mission secretary: a memo re the urgent need for new personnel; minutes of the Medical Sub-Conference, the Standing Committee; the Rwanda Council and Rwanda Sub-Conference, the Sub-Committee of Finance, the Medical Sub-Conference and the Language Sub-Committee; memos re the training of elementary vernacular schoolmasters, re the government grants; reports on the Bishop Tucker Memorial College, the Kigeyi High School, and the Mbarara Girls Boarding School. There are also letters from H Boulton Ladbury (Secretary) and from the Acting Secretary, E S Daniell.

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G 3 A 7 O Original Papers 1930
Papers sent to London by the mission secretary: minutes of the Standing Committee, Missionary Conferences, the Rwanda Council and the Medical Sub-Conference; reports on the opening of new stations in Rwanda and on education; letters include those from E S Daniell, Acting Secretary of the mission.

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G 3 A 7 O Original Papers 1931
Papers sent to London by the mission secretary: minutes of the Rwanda Council, the Medical Sub-Conference, the Standing Committee, the Finance Sub-Committee, the Medical Mission; letters from H Boulton Ladbury, Secretary of CMS and the Native Anglican Church of Uganda and from Rev H D Ledbury re shortage of staff; report on the mission at Mboga; a printed newsletter of The Native Anglican Church of Uganda; memos on the need for evangelical work among the Indians in Nepal by Dr Alma Downes-Shaw, on the financial state of the Native Anglican Church and on the teaching of Swahili in Elementary schools by Henry Streicher.

G 3 A 7 O Original Papers 1932
Papers sent to London by the mission secretary: minutes of the Finance Sub-Committee, of the Medical Sub-Conference, the Standing Committee, the Rwanda Council, the Rwanda Sub-Conference and the Language Sub-Committee; letters from D J Bawcutt and H Boulton Ladbury; a Synod report and a report on the finances of the mission by Dr Albert Cook; details on Government grants.
 
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G 3 A 7 O Original Papers 1933
Papers sent to London by the mission secretary: a memo on education in Belgian Rwanda and Urundi by A C Stanley-Smith and one on grants and educational work; a report on a special Diocesan Advisory Committee on education; minutes of the Rwanda Council, the Standing committee; letters from Rev E A Bawtree, A Williams (acting General Secretary), Stephen H W Wright, E L Pilgrim and H E Guillebauld.

G 3 A 7 O Original Papers 1934
Papers sent to London by the mission secretary: Letters from A B Lloyd, A Williams (General Secretary), James W C Dougall; minutes of the Probation Board, the Medical Sub-Conference, the Standing Committee, the Finance Sub-Committee; a memo on a scheme for Girls’ Education, on the Mboga Mission and the Mengo Hospital; discussions on the retention of Mboga and suggestions for Agricultural Instruction in Busoga.

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G 3 A 7 P1 Précis Book 1898-1907
The Précis Books contain printed précis of all papers received at headquarters from the mission. Each précis gives the date, writer, date received, summary of contents, proposals for committee action to be taken and/or the secretary’s remarks. There are additional printed papers inserted in Précis Book P 1 including: a memo from the Secretaries on the proposed  constitution of the Church of Buganda, a report of a conference of CMS European missionaries on the subject of Church Organisation in Uganda, a memo on the proposed Uganda Development Company and a report on the Uganda Industrial Mission.
 
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G 3 A 7 P2 Précis Book 1907-1915
The Précis Books contain printed précis of all papers received at headquarters from the mission. Each précis gives the date, writer, date received, summary of contents, proposals for committee action to be taken and/or the secretary’s remarks.

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G 3 A 7 P3 Précis Book 1915-1927
The Précis Books contain printed précis of all papers received at headquarters from the mission. Each précis gives the date, writer, date received, summary of contents, proposals for committee action to be taken and/or the secretary’s remarks. There are additional printed papers inserted in Précis Book P 3 including: the constitution and report on the maternity training school and a summary of a committee discussion.

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G 3 A 7 P4 Précis Book 1927-1935
The Précis Books contain printed précis of all papers received at headquarters from the mission. Each précis gives the date, writer, date received, summary of contents, proposals for committee action to be taken and/or the secretary’s remarks. There are additional printed papers inserted in Précis Book P 4 including: a memo on administrative development in the Rwanda Mission, the constitution of the Rwanda Mission and a memo on government grants.

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