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