Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)CMS/ACC1024
TitleAccession 1024: Photographs relating to Dandeson Coates Crowther
Extent2 items
DescriptionPhotographs of the graves of Archdeacon Dandeson Coates Crowther (1845-1938) DD, OBE and his wife, Sarah Amelia Crowther, taken by Arnold Awoonor-Gordon in the course of preparing for a book on his great-great grandfather Bishop Samuel Adjai Crowther. D. C. Crowther founded, and served as Archdeacon of, the Niger Delta Pastorate Church.

[Dandeson Coates Crowther was the eldest son of Bishop Samuel Adjai Crowther (1812-1891) and Susan Asanor Thompson (1815-1900). He attended the Church Missionary College, Islington and served as a CMS missionary in the Niger Mission after being ordained priest by his father in 1871]
ArrangementThis collection forms part of the Church Missionary Society Unofficial Papers. It is arranged into a single series: Family Papers
Access ConditionsAccess to all registered researhers
Finding AidsA catalogue of this collection (forming part of the wider CMS/ACC unofficial papers catalogue) is available on the online archive catalogue. Click on the Finding Number to display the summary contents list of the catalogue and to view the full catalogue. A paper copy of this catalogue is also available for consultation at Special Collections.
Access StatusOpen
Creator NameArnold Awoonor-Gordon,(b 1933, broadcaster
AcquisitionPresented by the great-great-grandson of Bishop Samuel Adjai Crowther March 2017.
Archival NoteCatalogued by I. Frlan. Cataloguing completed March 2017. Prepared in accordance with General International Standard Archival Description, ISAD(G), second edition, 2000 and Church Missionary Society cataloguing guidelines.
Related MaterialThere are further records relating to Dandeson Coates Crowther and his father, Samuel Adjai Crowther, in the CMS archive (GB 0150 CMS) and in the CMS Unofficial Papers including genealogical notes giving the descendants of Bishop Samuel Adjai Crowther presented by Arnold Awoonor-Gordon (CMS/ACC1011).


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