John Stephenson

Name ID 589

See also

Turner, Myles My Serengeti Years
Page Number: 194

'Steve' Stephenson

'Steve' Stephenson, another veteran Tanzanian Parks Warden, who came to the Serengeti in 1970

Extract ID: 970

See also

Turner, Myles My Serengeti Years
Page Number: 194
Extract Date: 1971

arrival of John Stephenson

This year also saw the arrival of John Stephenson, formerly Chief Warden for Mikumi National Park, transferred to Seronera. ‘Steve’ was an old friend who I had known since my schooldays in Kenya. Later, he had played a major part in the demarcation of the new Serengeti boundaries in the 1950’s when he had been District Commissioner for Musoma. After independence he had joined us in the National Parks, and had been employed in the south, opening up the Mikumi, Ruaha and Gombe Parks.

Extract ID: 1366

See also

Turner, Kay Serengeti Home
Page Number: 202b
Extract Date: 1971

John Stephenson

[Sandy Field] Replaced by John Stephenson as Chief Park Warden

Extract ID: 231

See also

Turner, Kay Serengeti Home
Page Number: 202c
Extract Date: 1972

John Stephenson

transferred for his final two years to his former post in the southern parks at Mikumi

Extract ID: 972

See also

Turner, Myles My Serengeti Years
Page Number: 052
Extract Date: 1972

suddenly called to a meeting

In February 1972, John Stephenson, at that time Chief Park Warden for the Serengeti, and I, were suddenly called to a meeting ...

.[which, under pressure from TANU, led to the loss of the ‘Lamai Wedge’ from the Serengeti Park]

Extract ID: 1367
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