Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)CMS/ACC677
TitleAccession 677: Papers of Roger Hooker
Extent21 folders, 1 bundle, 5 items
DescriptionThis collection consists mostly of correspondence between CMS missionary Roger Hooker and his father-in-law, Canon Dr Max Warren 1965-1977. It also includes a draft of the family history of the Warren family written by Max Warren and his correspondence with and papers relating to Dr Charles E Raven together with a collection of printed booklets.
ArrangementThis collection forms part of the Church Missionary Society Unofficial Papers. It is arranged into one series: Family papers
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
Administrative HistoryRoger Hooker was a CMS missionary in India between 1964 and 1978. He married Max Warren's daughter, Pat, in 1964 and together they served at various missions throughout north India; 1965 Landoor (language school) 1965 Lucknow, 1966 Allahabad, 1967 Agra, 1968 Naini Tal,
1969-71 Bareilly, 1972-78 Varanasi, 1978 England. He was appointed as a tutor at Crowther Hall in 1979 and stayed until his retirement in 1982.

Reference: CMS acrchives
Custodial HistoryDeposited with the CMS June 1992
Related MaterialThe Church Missionary Society Unofficial Papers include collections of papers relating to the Hausa Band with which Warren was involved, 1924-1930 (CMS/ACC293 and CMS/ACC115). It also includes a further deposit of typescript copies of Warren's travel diaries, 1943-1970 (as yet uncatalogued)

The Special Collections Department also holds the Church Missionary Society Archive, the official archive of the society which contains material relating to Warren's period of office as Secretary and Roger Hooker's missionary service.


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