October 2, 1796, Tralee Castle, County Kerry, Ireland.
June 13, 1889, Brompton, Kensington, London, England.
Paddington Old Cemetery, London, England.
Edward was the son of E. Denny, fourth baronet, of Tralee Castle, County Kerry.
He succeeded his father as baronet in August 1831:
Nearly the whole town of Tralee belonged to him. He had an opportunity twenty years ago, when his leases fell in, of raising his rents to figures that, in some cases, would not have been considered extortionate had they been quadrupled. He, however, decided to accept the old rents. The result was that he was almost alone in escaping any reduction in the hands of the Land Commission. So far as he was himself concerned, a little money went a long way, but he gave liberally to poor relations and to the development of religious work in connection with theBrethren.Living in a quiet way in a cottage in Islington, he devoted his time to the study of the prophetic books. His rental income from Ireland was about £13,000 a year.
Leeds Mercury, June 19, 1889
Denny belonged to the Plymouth Brethren, and contributed much to their hymnody. His works include: