October 6, 1841, Salisbury, England.
December 19, 1922, Ealing, London, England.
Hanwell Cemetery, Ealing, London, England.
Horne attended the City of London School, and in 1862 entered Cheshunt College as a student for the Congregational ministry.
He served pastorates in St. Helen’s, Lancashire (1866); Abbey Road, Torquay (1869–73); Wood Green (1873–93); College Chapel, Bradford (1893–96); and Ealing (1896–1922). His works include:
- The Book of Praise for Children, 1875
- The Poet’s Bible, New Testament, 1881
- Intimations of Immortality, 1883
- Congregational Hymns: A Hymnal for the Free Churches, 1884
- The Home Sanctuary: Hymns for Those Detained from Public Worship, 1885
- Worship-Song: A Hymnal (London: Elliot Stock, 1885, 1910)
- The Hymn Lover: An Account of the Rise and Growth of English Hymnody (London: John Curwen, 1889)
- The Silent Voice and Other Discourses, 1890
- Hymns Supplemental to Existing Collections, 1896
- Quaker Worthies (London: Headley Brothers, 1896)
- The Treasury of American Sacred Song (London: Henry Frowde, 1896)
- The Ambitions of St. Paul (London: Alexander & Shepheard, 1897)
- The Supreme Argument for Christianity: An Appeal to Facts (James Clarke, 1899)
- Why, 1901
- The Poetical Works of John Greenleaf Whittier (London: Henry Frowde, 1904)
- Worship Song (Novello, 1905)
- The Parnassus of English Verse: An Anthology of Anthologies, 1907
- The Other-World (London: Macmillan, 1908)
- An Ethical Diary (London: J. M. Dent, 1910)
- The God that Jesus Saw
- A Treasury of American Sacred Song
- The Newly-Found Words of Jesus
- The Poet’s Bible: Old Testament
- Is There a Future Life? (London: Elliot Stock)