1782, Mar 131856, Nov 12
a Christian (Anglican) priest, sermon-writer, biographer and editor. In 1803 he was appointed curate of Leyton, Essex; and after holding the livings of Ash and Ridley, and of Addington, Kent, he became in 1834 incumbent of the church at Sydenham. He took an active part in opposing the Tractarian movement around 1840. In 1846 he became secretary of the Church Building Society, which his father had been instrumental in founding. On 7 December 1849 he received a prebend in St Paul's Cathedral. Collections of his sermons were published in 1820, 1834, and 1846. In 1825 was published his memoir of his father and uncle.
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