December 5, 1819, Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England.

August 27, 1904, Rochester, England.

Educated at Brasenose College, Oxford (MA 1844), Hole received his DD degree from the Archbishop of Canterbury in 1887. He served as Curate (1844-50) and Vicar (1850-87) of St. Andrew’s Church, Caunton, Nottinghamshire, and Dean of Rochester (1887). His works include:

  1. Sons of Labor, Dear to Jesus

Hole’s place of burial