Irish minister of Proprietory chapel, Bloomsbury, 1876-95. A celebrated preacher, in 1867 he became chaplain to Queen Victoria, but he seceded from the Anglican church in 1880. He often preached at Rosslyn Hill chapel. Most successful among his books was his Primer of English Literature, 1876.
Father of Arthur and sometime vicar in St Marylebone and in Kirkby Lonsdale. In his 90 years he was also chaplain to King George V, an early member of the Alpine Club, and a champion of unpopular causes, such as higher education for women. In this he was supported by his famous feminist daughter, Margaret,…
Trained at Cuddesdon (1894),. Canon Chancellor in Grahamstown, Cape of Good Hope (1910s),, Assistant Secretary of the Society for the Propogation of the Gospel (1920s),, and Canon of Salisbury Cathedral (from 1934),. From 1929 he was Principal of St Boniface College, Warminster, where he died.
Archdeacon of London (1930-47),. Vicar of Emmanuel Church, West Hampstead (1894 – 1908),. Son of Revd Henry Sharpe (CH 076),.
Vicar of St Saviour’s, Hampstead (1872 – 1912),; he was previously assistant curate at the parish church.
First Bishop of Bunbury, Western Australia (1904 – 1917),; he pressed for nationalisation of the Anglican Church and was awarded the VD (Volunteer Decoration),. Vicar of Hampstead (1917-1926), and Rural Dean of Hampstead (1917-21),.
Scots Congregational Minister, Trinity Church, Glasgow. Published many sermons and hymns. Died at 8 Prince Arthur Road.
A city missionary at Hampstead for 34 years. ‘A good soldier of Christ’.
Verger of the parish church for the last 30 years of his life. His funeral atrracted 200 mourners.
Vicar of St Lawrence Jewry in the City; so unpopular that his parishioners petitioned Queen Victoria to have him removed – in vain. Lived at Burgh House from 1822 until his death. Burgh was a more successful protestor in 1829 when he joined Hampstead copyholders fighting the Lord of the Manor over the Heath. [His…
Vicar of Silverdale, Staffs for 39 years; died aged 90. His much younger wife, Martha, died 28 years later, aged 93.
Bishop of British Columbia (1893-1911),, Bishop of Willseden (1911-1935),, Assistant Bishop of London from 1929
Assistant curate of Parish Church and wrote a brief history of it . Later vicar of St Saviour’s; died at 70 Haverstock Hill
Curate of Hampstead; the second son of Joshua King LLD, President of Queen’s College, Cambridge.