October 3, 1826, Selenginsk, Buryatia, Russia, where his father, Edward Stallybrass of the London Missionary Society, was stationed.

December 2, 1888, Stoke Newington, London, England.

Stallybrass lived for many years in Stoke Newington. He translated from the German a number of scientific and other works. He also contributed a large number of translations from German hymns and poems to John Curwen’s Songs and Tunes for Education, 1861; Tonic Sol fa Reporter; Sabbath Hymn Book, 1859; and the Child’s Own Hymn Book, 1862. His works include:

  1. High Heaven! My Home and Fatherland
  2. Who Is There Like Thee?
  1. Father, Son, and Holy Ghost
  2. Who Through Heaven Is Guiding