Papers of James Sibree Milledge

Archive Collection

Scope and Content

Papers, 1920s-1940s, of James Sibree Milledge, comprising material relating to the Sibree family in Madagascar.

Administrative / Biographical History

James Sibree Milledge was born in 1930. He worked for the London Missionary Society in South India from 1961 to 1972. He married Betty Avril (née Astle) in 1956. He belongs to a large family of missionaries (named both Milledge and Sibree) who worked in a number of regions for the London Missionary Society, but in particular Madagascar. The most famous of these missionary ancestors was James Sibree.

Arrangement

The material is arranged in chronological order where possible.

Conditions Governing Access

Open

Acquisition Information

Donated in 1997.

Other Finding Aids

Unpublished handlist.

Conditions Governing Use

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

Related Material

The School of Oriental and African Studies holds records of the London Missionary Society (Ref: CWM/LMS), including papers relating to members of the Sibree family; memoirs of James Sibree (Ref: MS 3801616); and papers of James Trenchard Hardyman, which include material relating the Sibree family (Ref: PP MS 63).