'A Few Words of Interest Relating to Missionary Life in Southern Nigeria' by Rev T J Mckenzie

Scope and Content

Typed manuscript - in three volumes - with indicies to letters, customs, articles and reports.

Administrative / Biographical History

Rev Thomas John Mckenzie (1890-1927) served as a Primitive Methodist Missionary Society missionary to Nigeria from 1920 to 1926 (for further details see his entry in Special Series/Biographical/West Africa).

Conditions Governing Access

Only to be viewed on microfiche.

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Acquisition Information

Transferred to SOAS Archive from MCOD, 29 October 1984

Archivist's Note

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Conditions Governing Use

For permission to publish, please contact Archives & Special Collections, SOAS Library in the first instance

Copyright held by Trustees for Methodist Church Purposes

Related Material

Also within the records of the (Wesleyan) Methodist Missionary Society is the official correspondence of the Primitive Methodist Missionary Society. Extant correspondence for Rev & Mrs Mckenzie from Nigeria can be found within MMS/PMMS/Correspondence/Nigeria/FBN 10. Reports may also be extant (MMS/PMMS/Reports/Foreign/FBN 1-2). Pesonal papers of Mckenzie and his wife are available as well (MMS/Special Series/Biographical/West Africa/FBN 7-8). Further material written by Rev Mckenzie includes his 'Customs and Superstitions of the Efik People' (MMS/Special Series/Notes & Transcripts/FBN 1).