Born: Feb­ru­ary 7, 1834, Lon­don, Eng­land.

Died: De­cem­ber 4, 1922.


Hampton at­tend­ed a pri­vate school in Knights Bridge, and Queen’s Col­lege at Cam­bridge.

He was a cho­ris­ter at St. Bar­na­bas, Pim­li­co, Scot­land, and in 1856 be­came choir mas­ter in Ten­bu­ry.

He was or­dained in 1862, and be­came as­sist­ant cur­ate at St. Mi­chael’s. He was or­dained a priest in 1862, but stayed in Ten­bu­ry as­sist­ing Fred­er­ick Gore-Ou­se­ley.

In 1889, he be­came se­cond War­den of St. Mi­chael’s, Ten­bu­ry, and in 1916 was made a Fel­low of the Col­lege.



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