Charles Studd

Charles Studd

Charles Thomas Studd, often known as C. T. Studd, was born 2 December 1860, Spratton, Northamptonshire, England, and died 16 July 1931, Ibambi, Belgian Congo.

In 1888 he married Priscilla Stewart, and their marriage produced four daughters, and two sons (who died in infancy).

Studd is remembered both as a cricketer and missionary. As a cricketer he played for England in the 1882 match won by Australia which was the origins of Ashes. As a British Protestant Christian missionary to China he was part of the Cambridge Seven, and later was responsible for setting up the Heart of Africa Mission which became the Worldwide Evangelisation Crusade (now WEC International).

Read more about Charles StuddFaith, Missionary Work, Cricketing Career, Daughters

Other articles related to "charles studd, studd, charles":

Charles Studd - Daughters
... Grace Studd married Martin Sutton, and, after his death, David Munro (who converted to Christianity only later) Dorothy Studd married the Rev Gilbert A Barclay Edith Studd married Alfred ...
... The Studd family were a wealthy Victorian English family who produced a number of outstanding cricketers, missionaries and two Lord Mayors of London ... The following are all directly related The Studd brothers (the three eldest sons of Edward Studd and Dorothy Thomas JEK, CT and GB) Charles Studd (Charles Thomas 'CT') - third ... George Studd ('GB') - second son of Edward and Dorothy, England Cricketer ...