RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
LevelItem
Alt Ref NoRamsey 267, ff. 12-31
TitleUganda Asians
Date1973
DescriptionPapers relating to Ugandan Asians, including: letters from the Co-ordinating Committee for the Welfare of Evacuees from Uganda about separated families, with some members regarded as stateless (ff.12-15); letter from Mervyn Stockwood, Bishop of Southwark, to Geoffrey Tiarks, Bishop of Maidstone, enclosing letters to Sir Geoffrey Howe about the closure of Hobbs Barracks, Lingfield, and plight of women and children concerned, with reply from Hugh Whitworth (ff.16-19, 22-23); letter to Archbishop Ramsey from a Ugandan Asian in Norway asking for help in being united with his family, with reply from Hugh Whitworth (ff.20-21); letter from Leslie Brown, Bishop of St. Edmundsbury, asking Archbishop Ramsey to sign a declaration on separated refugee families to be sent to the Prime Minister (ff.24-27); British Council of Churches Community and Race Relations Unit notes on the Statements of Immigration Rules (ff.28-30); United Nations press release on reunion of Ugandan refugee families (f.31).

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550Stockwood; Arthur Mervyn (1913-1995); Bishop of Southwark1913-1995
564Tiarks; Geoffrey Lewis (1909-1987); Suffragan Bishop of Maidstone1909-1987
GB/109/15707Howe; Richard Edward Geoffrey (1926-2015); Baron Howe of Aberavon; Conservative politician1926-2015
GB/109/11107Whitworth; Hugh Hope Aston (1914-1996); Lay Assistant to the Archbishop of Canterbury1914-1996
11Ramsey; (Arthur) Michael (1904-1988); Baron Ramsey of Canterbury; Archbishop of Canterbury1904-1988
271Brown; Leslie Wilfrid (1912-1999); Archbishop of Uganda1912-1999
GB/109/8524British Council of Churches; Division of Community Affairs: Community and Race Relations Unit; 1971-19901971-1990
DS/UK/5501United Nations; 1945-1945-
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