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|STUDD, CHARLES THOMAS.|
Adm. pens. at TRINITY, June 11, 1879. [3rd] s. of Edward, of 2, Hyde Park Gardens, London (by his 2nd wife, Dorothy Sophia Thomas). B. [Dec. 2], 1860, at Spratton, Northamptonshire . School, Eton.
Matric. Michs. 1879; B.A. 1883.
Cricket 'blue,' 1880-3; Captain, 1883; played for England, and for Middlesex . One of the 'Cambridge Seven' who went to China with Dr Hudson Taylor, of the China Inland Mission.
Worked in China for 10 years, and then at Ootacamund, India . Established the Heart of Africa Mission, 1913.
Inherited a fortune in 1886, which he devoted to Christian work.
Married, 1888, in China , Priscilla Livingstone, dau. of William Stewart, of Lisburn, Co. Antrim , and had issue.
Died July 16, 1931, at Ibambi, Belgian Congo . Brother of the above and the next and of Herbert W. (1889), John E. A. K. (1880) and Reginald A. (1892).
( Book of Blues ; Burke, L.G.; Who was Who; The Times, July 27, 1931.)
|Charles Thomas STUDD |
Approx. lifespan: 18601931
pens. Trinity College adm1879:06:11
3rd s. of Edward STUDD of 2 Hyde Park Gardens, London , (by his 2nd wife, Dorothy Sophia Thomas)
b. Spratton, Northamptonshire , 1860:[12:02]
Cricket blue 1880-83
played for England, and for Middlesex ,
One of the 'Cambridge Seven' who went to China , with Dr Hudson TAYLOR, of China Inland Mission
Worked China , for 10 years, and then Ootacamund, India ,
Established the Heart of Africa Mission 1913
Inherited a fortune in1886 which he devoted to Christian work.
m. 1888 in China , Priscilla Livingstone STEWART dau. of William STEWART of Lisburn, Co. Antrim ,
d. Ibambi, Belgian Congo , 1931:07:16
brother of Arthur Haythorne STUDD (1884)
brother of George Brown STUDD (1878)
brother of of Herbert W. STUDD (1889)
brother of John E. A. K. STUDD (1880)
brother of Reginald A. STUDD (1892)
( Book of Blues ; Burke, L.G.; Who was Who; The Times 1931:07:27)