August 23, 1818, West Looe, Cornwall.

March 25, 1903, Plymouth, England.

St Peter’s Church, Plymouth, England.


Educated at St. Catharine’s College, Cambridge (BA 1839, MA 1861), Prynne took Holy Orders in 1841. In 1848, he became Vicar at St. Peter’s in Plymouth. His works include:

  1. Day Is Done; O God the Son, The
  2. Jesus, Meek and Gentle
  3. Thy Glory Fills the Heavens