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Ellen Kathleen Ashdown married Captain George Edward Fenning in 1919.
Accounts by Ellen Kathleen Fenning of the consecration of the Anglican Cathedral at Entebbe (13th September 1919), and her impressions of the country and people while on safari with her husband, Captain G.E. Fenning (DSO), Assistant Director of Surveys in Uganda. Also 2 circular letters (1921), dealing with her domestic arrangements and the difficulties of child-care in Uganda. Typescript and photocopied typescript.
Donated in November 1989.Access Conditions
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The library holds a card index of all manuscript collections in its reading room.
Listed as no. 1140 in Manuscript Collections in Rhodes House Library Oxford, Accessions 1978-1994(Oxford, Bodleian Library, 1996).
Fenning | Ellen Kathleen | fl 1919-1921 | wife of Colonial Civil Servant
Fenning | Captain George Edward | fl 1919-1921 | Captain Colonial Civil Servant
Autobiographies | Uganda | Entebbe
Colonial administrators' spouses | Uganda
Cathedrals | Uganda
Civil Service | Uganda | Colonies
Uganda | Description and travel
Uganda | Officials and employees