September 17, 1789, Falcon Street, London, England.
December 27, 1855, Hampstead, Middlesex, England.
Abney Park Cemetery, London, England.
Josiah was the son of an engraver and bookseller, and father of Eustace Conder.
He lost his right eye at age five, due to a bad smallpox vaccination. However, his gifts led him to be a successful author, editor and publisher. He edited The Eclectic Republic and The Patriot, and wrote books on a wide variety of secular and religious subjects.
A member of the Congregationalist denomination, his Congregational Hymn-Book sold 90,000 copies in its first seven years.
His other works include: