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Collection Level Description: Papers of J. T. Fleming

Reference: GB 0162 MSS.Afr.s.1686
Title: Papers of J. T. Fleming
Dates of Creation: 1951-1965
Extent: 1 box
Name of Creator: J. T. Fleming

Language of Material: English

Administrative/Biographical History

J. T. Fleming, MBE (1965), was born in 1924. He was educated at King Edward VI School, Stratford-on-Avon; Keble College, Oxford; and Gray's Inn (where he trained as a barrister-at-law). Between 1943 and 1947 he was on military service with the Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment).

Fleming entered the Colonial Administrative Service in Uganda in 1951. He was appointed as Head of the Uganda Law School in 1961 and became Senior Courts Adviser for the Uganda Government Service in 1962 (-1965).

Scope and Content

Correspondence, press cuttings, etc. as Administrative Officer, Provincial Native Courts Adviser, Head of Uganda Law School, and Senior Courts Adviser in Entebbe.

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Bodleian reader's ticket required.

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The library holds a card index of all manuscript collections in its reading room.

Listed as no. 1142 in Manuscript Collections in Rhodes House Library Oxford, Accessions 1978-1994 (Oxford, Bodleian Library, 1996).

Access Points

Fleming | J T | b 1924 | Barrister Colonial Administrator

Colonial administrators | Uganda

Law | Uganda

Great Britain | Colonial Administrative Service

Uganda | Officials and employees

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