January 4, 1865, London, England.

Son of H. J. Pope (one time president of the Wesleyan Conference), Martin was educated at Manchester Grammar School; Victoria University, Manchester; and St. John’s College, Cambridge (BA 1887, MA 1896). He entered the Wesleyan ministry in 1888, and as of 1906 was stationed in Oxford. His works include:

  1. And Then at Length Let Darkness Flee
  2. Ye Clouds of Darkness, Hosts of Night