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William Williams - Letter to [Charles Baker]

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  • Description
    Letter from William Williams, [Puranga?], to [Charles Baker], dated 10 September 1862, regarding some of the difficulties facing the Church Missionary Society (CMS) schools, the Clerical Insurance Fund, and general Synod business. (holograph; 2 leaves, folded; 8 written sides)
  • Other Number
    93/114, MS-93-114
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  • Catalogue title
    William Williams - Letter to [Charles Baker]
  • Identifiers
    • MS-93-114  (Reference Number)
    • 93/114  (Registration Number)
  • Creator
  • Description
    Letter from William Williams, [Puranga?], to [Charles Baker], dated 10 September 1862, regarding some of the difficulties facing the Church Missionary Society (CMS) schools, the Clerical Insurance Fund, and general Synod business. (holograph; 2 leaves, folded; 8 written sides)
  • Physical description
    1 folder (1 item)
  • Production
  • Medium
    Holograph
  • Subject
  • Associated material
    • MS-22
    • MS-946
  • Citation
    Williams, William. Letter to [Charles Baker], 1862. Auckland War Memorial Museum Library. MS-93-114.
  • Notes
    William Williams was the brother of Henry Williams. William followed his brother to New Zealand in 1826 and was consecrated Bishop of Waipa in 1859. Charles Baker joined the CMS Mission at the Bay of Islands in 1828 and was stationed at Kerikeri, Paihia, Waikare, Tolaga Bay, Waiapu and Tauranga before retiring to Auckland in 1865.

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