This collection comprises the typescript reminiscences of Arthur Le Feuvre as a CMS missionary in Ceylon and Bengal, 1881-1908 and his subsequent work as chaplain, together with photographs, drawings and watercolours collected to illustrate the biography and other miscellaneous papers.
Papers of Arthur Le Feuvre
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- ReferenceGB 150 CMS/ACC164
- Dates of Creation1854-1946
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialEnglish
- Physical Description3 documents and 40 items
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
Arthur Le Feuvre of Ceylon, a planter, was accepted as a Church Missionary Society (CMS) missionary and was sent, as a lay evangelist, to North India in 1889. He was a member of first Band of Associated Evangelists with two other CMS missionaries, S. W. Donne and P. H. Shaul. He returned to England on furlough and was ordained as deacon in 1895. He subsequently became a railway and planter's chaplain in Bengal and Ceylon from 1908 until 1922.
Reference: Register of missionaries (clerical, lay & female) and native clergy from 1804 to 1904 ( Church Missionary Society, 1905 ). and finding aid to the collection.
This collection forms part of the Church Missionary Society Unofficial Papers. It is arranged into one series: Family Papers.
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Deposited with the CMS in 1946; transferred on permanent loan to the Special Collections Department by the CMS in the 1980s.
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