[Privately] printed letters of James J. Ellis, from Dharapuram, South India; Nos 1-21 (first series), February 1913-June 1915; Numbers 1-14 (second series), June 1916-February 1923 (no. 11 missing); Numbers 1-14 (third series), April 1923-January 1934.
Papers of James J. Ellis
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- ReferenceGB 150 DA13
- Dates of Creation1913-1933
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialEnglish
- Physical Description1 box
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Administrative / Biographical History
Reverend James J. Ellis, MSc, BD, served as a missionary with the Wesleyan Methodist Missionary Society (the Methodist Missionary Society from 1932) in South India. He was stationed at Dharapuram in the Trichinopoly District.
Reference: Deposit information
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This collection was deposited with Selly Oak Colleges, 15 Oct 1979, by Ellis' son.
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