Listed as a Patron of the British Pestaozzi Children’s Village Association in 1950.
A Methodist Minister for fifty years.** An ardent pacifist, founder of the the Methodist Peace Fellowship, he also pioneered the Methodist Refugee Fund in the 1940s.***
Described as having “the biggest mouth in Methodism” and whose “blend of passion and logic was utterly compelling”.****
Carter’s specific contribution to the Pestalozzi charity remains undiscovered at this time.
We are keen to discover any documents, articles or images that will reveal more about Henry Carter‘s contribution to the Pestalozzi Children’s Village
*Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer West Yorkshire, England, 4 Nov 1955
via Genes Reunited (n.d.) Retrieved 19 Aug 2015 from http://www.genesreunited.co.uk/searchbna/results?memberlastsubclass=none&searchhistorykey=0&keywords=henry%20carter
**My Wesleyan Ancestors (online) (n.d.) Retrieved 19 Aug 2015 from: http://www.mywesleyanmethodists.org.uk/page/wesleyan_methodist_ministers-3?path=0p3p27p
***All We Can (online) (n.d.) Retrieved 19 Aug 2015 from:
****Speech by Rev. Dr. Kenneth Greet, July 2009
Peace in the Twenty First Century No.32 July 2009 (online)
Retrieved 19 Aug 2015 From http://www.mpf.org.uk/P21C_32.pdf
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