|Administrative History||Norman Henry Tubbs (1879-1965), born in London and educated at Highgate School, Caius College and Ridley hall Cambridge was accepted as a CMS missionary in 1905. He was located to the United Provinces Mission where he worked in Allahabad, 1905-1909 and Agra 1911-1917. He was appointed principal of Bishop's College Calcutta 1917-1923. In 1923 he was awarded an honorary doctorate and appointed bishop of Tinnevelly and Madras, a post he held until 1929 when he was transferred to the bishopric of Rangoon. He resigned from CMS in 1934 and returned to England where he accepted the appointment of Dean of Chester.|
Norman Tubbs died 2 Sptember 1965.
Reference: Register of CMS Missionaries unpublished manuscript addition 1905-1907
|Custodial History||Deposited with the CMS February 1993|