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Brother James Kimpton FSC, Founder RTU

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Bro. James E. Kimpton f.s.c., Founder & Patron RTU.

Brother James was born in Conway, Wales on May 23, 1925 with 3 brothers & 1 sister. His parents are Mr. Charles Alfred and Ms. Doris Kimpton, both were devout Catholics. From childhood lived in Chester, England.

1939: Began as a junior of the "De La Salle Brotherhood" at Les Vauxbelets on the Island of Guernsey, in the Channel Islands.

WWII: Evacuated to St. Joseph’s College, Beulah Hill, London. Continues religious training.

Dec. 14th, 1943: Received religious habit of the De La Salle Brothers, as Brother Lionel Mary.

In 1946, he went to his first Community: St. John's College, Southsea for one year.

December 1947 was transferred to Southbourne, where he headed the art department.

1952: Moved to Sri Lanka at his earnest request to work with the very poor. H.M. Middle School. Started new printing press and school of Printing for deaf and for blind boys.

1964: Arrived in the temple town Madurai; built Boys’ Town as an ITI (Trade school) for poor boys.


1974: Started Boys’ Village near Batlagundu, Tamil Nadu for small boys too young for Boys’ Town.

1975: Started the Reaching the Unreached Society in the surrounding local villages because of the extreme poverty in remote villages.

1985: Moved to G. Kallupatti, current location, and the Reaching The Unreached programme extended to three districts, Theni, Madurai and Dindigul.