Ap­ril 30, 1824, Westminster, Middlesex, Eng­land.

No­vem­ber 13, 1899, Southsea, Port Sea, Hampshire, Eng­land.

Romanis attended Emmanuel College, Cambridge (BA in honors 1846, MA 1849, D 1847, P 1848). From 1846 to 1856 he was Assistant Master in the Classical Department of Cheltenham College. Subsequently, he was Curate of Axminster, then of St. Mary’s, Reading. In 1863 he became Vicar of Wigston Magna, Leicester, and in 1888 of Twyford, Hampshire. He retired in 1895. His works in­clude:

  1. Dark Lies Before Us
  2. Lord, Who Shall Sit Beside Thee
  3. Pour Down Thy Spirit
  4. Round Me Falls the Night