July 15, 1820, Cuby with Tregony, Cornwall.
March 21, 1887, Bath, England.
Educated for the legal profession, Gurney was called to the bar at the Middle Temple, but the Bishop of Exeter ordained him a deacon in 1849, and priest in 1850.
He was appointed one of the Bodleian Lecturers at Exeter, and in March 1852, became curate of St. Mary, Crown Street, Soho Square, London. He also served as curate of Buckingham (1854–58) and chaplain of the English congregation, Cour des Coches, Paris (1858–71).
His works include:
Gurney’s burial place