1832–1902

Introduction

Born: Jan­u­a­ry 6, 1832, Thame, Ox­ford­shire, Eng­land.

Died: Jan­u­ary 2, 1902, Lam­beth, London, Eng­land.

Biography

Lee at­tend­ed Cud­des­don The­o­lo­gic­al Col­lege in Ox­ford­shire, and was or­dained an An­gli­can min­is­ter in 1856.

He served at St. John’s Church in Ab­er­deen. In 1867, he moved to All Saints’ Church in Lam­beth, where he min­is­tered to the poor for 32 years.

Re­tir­ing from All Saints’ in 1899, he con­vert­ed to Ro­man Ca­thol­i­cism two years lat­er.

Works

He wrote a num­ber of works in his­to­ry, ar­chae­ol­o­gy, the­o­lo­gy, and po­et­ry, and ed­it­ed jour­nals and news­pa­pers.

Sources

Lyrics

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