- Christopher Sargent
The Rt. Rev. Christopher Birdwood Roussel Sargent (舒展) was a missionary of the Anglican Church.
He was born into an ecclesiastical family on 4 June 1906, educated at St Paul's and St Catharine's College, Cambridge and worked as a teacher of physics at Wellington College until 1932. Invited by Charles Ridley Duppuy, Bishop of Victoria, Hong Kong, he became the headmaster of the Diocesan Boys' School, Hong Kong in 1932. He was ordained as a deacon in 1934 and took up the post Bishop of the Diocese of Fukien in 1938. Bishop Sargent died of malaria in Foochow on 8 August 1943.
- ^ His father was the Rev. Douglas Harry Grose Sargent > “Who was Who” 1897–1990 London, A & C Black 1991 ISBN 0-7136-3457-X
- ^ Crockford's Clerical Directory1940–1941 Oxford, OUP,1941
- ^ Ecclesiastical News Assistant Bishop In Fukien DioceseThe Times Tuesday, Jun 21, 1938; pg. 21; Issue 48026; col G
- ^ Obituary The Rt Rev C. B. R. Sargent The Times Wednesday, Aug 11, 1943; pg. 7; Issue 49621; col E
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Bishop in Fukien
Kwang-Hsu Michael Chang
Anglican Missionary Bishops in China 1849–1949 ShensiTzu Kao Shen • Newton Liu Chekiang China, NorthCharles Perry Scott • Francis Lushington Norris • Thomas Arnold Scott Szechwan, WesternJohn Holden • Ch’eng-Tsi Song Szechwan, EasternWilliam Wharton Cassels • Howard West Kilvinton Mowll • John Holden • Frank Houghton • Kenneth Graham Bevan ShantungGeoffrey Durnford Iliff • Thomas Arnold Scott • John Wellington FukienHorace MacCartie Eyre Price • John Hind • Christopher Birdwood Roussel Sargent • Kwang-Hsu Michael Chang HonanWilliam Charles White • Philip Lindel Tsen Kwangsi and Hunan
William Banister • John Holden • Percy Stevens
Protestant missionaries in Foochow ABCFM AMEStephen Livingstone Baldwin · James Whitford Bashford · Judson Dwight Collins · Otis Gibson · Elizabeth Chamberlain Gibson · John W. Gowdy · William Henry Lacy · George Carleton Lacy · Hiram Harrison Lowry · Robert Samuel Maclay · James Simester · Nathan Sites · Erastus Wentworth · Moses Clark White · Isaac William Wiley CMS Swedish LutheranCarl Joseph Fast Independent Protestant missions to China Background People Missionary agencies Impact Pivotal events Chinese protestants
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