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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