April 15, 1865, Cuckfield, Sussex, England.

May 2, 1914, Toronto, Canada.

Church Stretton public cemetery, Shropshire, England.


Horne attended Glasgow University (MA 1866) and Mansfield College, Oxford. Ordained as a Congregational minister, he served at the Allen Street Congregational Church in Kensington, England (1889–1903).

Afterward, he became superintendent of Whitefield’s Central Mission on Tottenham Court Road. From 1910–11, he served as chairman of the Congregational Union of England and Wales. He was also Member of Parliament for Ipswich. His works include:

  1. For the Might of Thine Arm
  2. Sing We the King