Anglican Authors Part 3: 1831-2001

Harriet Auber (1773-1862)

Biographical Information

Brief Biography

Primary Works

Hymnal Companion to the Book of Common Prayer (1870).

Hymns. With biographical data. Lists 34 hymn titles with complete text for some hymns.

Edward Bickersteth (1786-1850)

Biographical Information

Biographical sketch. Includes a list of publications, and links him to three other clergymen of the same name.

Primary Works

Hymns. Texts, tunes, and hymnals by Bickersteth.

Hymnal Companion to the Book of Common Prayer (1870).

Secondary Works

Archives

Archives. A description of the Bickersteth family archives at the Bodleian Library, Oxford.
Archives. Two archives which contain Bickersteth's papers.

Charlotte Elliott (1789-1871)

Biographical Information

Brief Biography. With a list of volumes of poetry published.

Primary Works

Selected Hymns. With biographical data. Lists 30 hymns, including 'Just As I Am.'

John Keble (1792-1866)

Biographical Information

Biographical sketch. With prayers.
Brief Biography focused on his influence on the Oxford or Tractarian movement.
Life and Work. From the New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge.

Primary Works

Hymns. With biographical data. Seventy-one titles listed, some with full text.
Poetry. With a brief biographal note.
Quotes from Keble on religion.
Works. From Project Canterbury. Includes a variety of Keble's publications, including the Tracts he wrote from Tracts for the Times.
The Christian Year. From Project Gutenberg in several downloadable formats.

Secondary Works

John Keble's Parishes: A History of Hursley and Otterborn. By Charlotte Mary Yonge.

Other

Archives. List from NRA.

 

William Hodge Mill (1792-1853)

Biographical Information

Mill studied at Trinity College, Cambridge, and was subsequently ordained. He was appointed principal to the newly formed Bishop's College in Calcutta in 1820. Mill pursued linguistic studies in India, especially in Arabic and Sanskrit. His major work was a translation of the Gospel story into Sanskrit poetry. He also translated the Sermon on the Mount into Sanskrit and contributed to the Arabic edition of the Book of Common Prayer. After his return to England because of poor health he became regius professor of Hebrew at Cambridge.

Secondary Works

 

Archives

Archives. From the NRA.

Henry Francis Lyte (1793-1847)

Biographical Information

An appreciative biography of Lyte.
Brief biography

Primary Works

Hymns. With biographical data. Forty titles are listed with some full text.
Selected Poetry. With notes on Lyte's life and work.
Selected Poems.

Marianne Williams (1793-1879)

Biographical Information

Biography. From the Dictionary of New Zealand Biography.

Other

Archive. Papers of Marianne Williams and her family.

Allen Francis Gardiner (1794-1851)

Biographical Information

Extensive biographic material.

Works

Narrative of a Journey to the Zoolu Country in South Africa (London, 1886). 

Secondary

The Story of Commander Allen Gardiner. From Project Canterbury. 

Archives

Archive. Description of the Archives of the South American Mission Society. Includes a brief history of the society, founded by Gardiner.
Archives. List of archives with Gardiner's papers.

Other

Images from his Explorations From Princeton University.

Julius Charles Hare (1795-1855)

Biographical Information

Biographical sketch. An encyclopedia entry. Poorly edited text, but the only biographical source online.

Other

Archives.

 

Henry Venn (1796-1873)

Biographical Information

Biographical information about Henry Venn the younger and his father, John Venn.

Secondary Works

"Pioneer of Self-Euthanizing Missions". Article on Venn's theory of missions.

Other

Archive related to the Venn family held at the CMS archives.
Archives with material related to Venn.

John Gregg (1798-1878)

Biographical Information

Gregg was educated at Trinity College, Dublin, and afterward was ordained and served as parish priest with great energy in several locations. He was appointed bishop of Cork, Cloyne, and Ross in 1862. An able and evangelical clergyman, his published works were primarily sermons and lectures.

Other

Archive. List of archives with Gregg's papers.

Walter Farquhar Hook (1798-1875)

Biographical Information

Biography. Focus on life in Leeds.
Life and Work. Page image from the New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge.

Secondary Works

On Hook's work and influence.

Archives

Archives containing Hook's papers.

George Washington Doane (1799-1859)

Biographical Information

Life and Works. From Anglican History site.

Primary Works

Hymns. With biographical data and portrait.
Works by and about Doane. Primarily sermons. From Project Canterbury.

Edward Bouverie Pusey (1800-1882)

Biographical Information

Biography. An appreciation of the life of Pusey and an assessment of his influence. With prayers.
Life and work. From the New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge. Includes a helpful bibliography.

Primary Works

Works. From Project Canterbury. Also includes three full lengthy biographies of Pusey.
The Confessions of St. Augustine. Pusey's translation from Project Gutenberg.

Secondary Works

Pusey and Psychics. From the Catholic Encyclopedia.
The Oxford Movement. A description of the movement as a whole, including Pusey's role in it.
 

Derwent Coleridge (1800-1883)

Primary Works

Works. From Project Canterbury.

John Henry Newman (1801-1890)

Biographical Information

Chronology. From the Victorian web.
Biography. An extensive entry in the Catholic Encyclopedia.

Primary Works

Tracts for the Times.
"The Idea of a University" 1854. With an introduction. From the Modern History Sourcebook.
Works. Divided into three sections, the Anglican Period, the Catholic Period, and Miscellaneous Works.
Hymns. Newman's original hymns and translated hymns included.

Secondary Works

"John Henry Newman: His Developing Faith, His Life as a Catholic". Article by E. L. Core.

Other

Newman source page. Links to a variety of things Newman on the Newman Reader site.
Archives. Location of archival material relating to Newman.From the NRA.

Robert Isaac Wilberforce (1802-1875)

Biographical Information

Brief biography. From the Catholic Encyclopedia.

Secondary Works

Preface to Lyra Apostolical. Names R.I. Wilberforce as author of some of the poems.

Richard Durnford (1802-1895)

Primary Works

Works. From Project Canterbury.

Frederick Denison Maurice (1805-1872)

Biographical Information

Biographical Sketch. Includes prayers.

Secondary Works

The Growth of Liberal Theology. An article on Maurice's contribution to theology.
Bibliography. In PDF format.

Archives

Archive. A description of archival material related to Maurice at King's College, London.

Archives. From the NRA.

Samuel Wilberforce (1805-1873)

Biographical Information

Brief Biography. From the Natural History Museum and from the perspective of his friendship with Darwin.

Primary Works

On Darwin's Origin of Species. An essay by Wilberforce. From the Modern History Sourcebook.

Secondary Works

Text of a lecture on the debate between Wilberforce and T.H. Huxley on Darwin's Origin of Species.

Archives

Archive. Description of archival material related to Wilberforce. With a biographical note.
Catalogue of the diaries of Wilberforce at Bodleian Library, Oxford.

Christopher Wordsworth (1807-1885)

Biographical Information

Biography. Focus on his work as a hymn writer, and on his opinions on church music.
Brief biography. From Charles S. Nutter's Hymn Writers of the Church.

Primary Works

"Is not the Church of Rome the Babylon of the Book of Revelation?" An essay by Wordsworth. The site hosting this page is antidote Catholic in tone.

Secondary Works

Poem by William Wordsworth to his nephew, 1843.

Other

Article on Latin Grammar textbooks. Wordsworth wrote a textbook while Headmaster at Harrow, and this book is covered in the article.
Brief article on Wordsworth's Latin and Greek grammars.
Extracts from a letter describing Wordsworth's marriage to Susan Firer, December 6, 1838. The letter was written by the bride's mother.

Archives

Archives. List of archives with material related to Wordsworth.

Thomas Thellusson Carter (1808-1892)

Biographical Information

Life and Work. Written in celebration of the centenary of his death by Arthur Middleton.

Primary Works

Works and portrait. From Project Canterbury.

Secondary Works

Other

Henry Edward Manning (1808-1898)

Biographical Information

Biography. From the Catholic Encyclopedia.
Biography. Chapter from Lead Kindly Light: Studies of Saints and Heroes of the Oxford Movement. By Desmond Morse-Boycott (New York: Macmillan, 1933).

Primary Works

Works, including sermons and Grounds of Faith.

Secondary Works

Other

Archive. Description of material related to Manning. With a biographical note.< /p>

Archives. From the NRA.

William Ewart Gladstone (1809-1898)

Biographical Information

Biography. With a focus on political work. Includes reference to issues of having a state church, and recommended reading.
Chronology of Gladstone's life. Focus on political work.
Biography. Attempts to judge Gladstone's public service by his religious convictions. From Project Canterbury.

Primary Works

On Books and the Housing of Them. From Project Gutenberg.
"To a rejected sonnet". A sonnet by Gladstone.
Letter to a disgruntled taxpayer. Photograph and description of the twenty-three page letter Gladstone wrote in response to a complaint about his budget. With extracts from the letter.

Secondary Works

Other

Photos of Gladstone's grave in Westminster Abbey.
Images of Gladstone from the Parliamentary Archives.
Portrait index to portraits of Gladstone at the National Portrait Gallery.
St.Deiniol's: Gladstone's library.

Archives

Archives. List of archives with material related to Gladstone.

John Edward Kempe (1801-1907)

Primary Works

Works. From Project Canterbury.

John S.B. Monsell (1811-1875)

Biographical Information

Primary Works

Hymns. With biographical data.
Hymns of Love and Praise for the Church's Year.
Litany.

Secondary Works

Other

Archives. From the NRA.

Krishna Mohan Banerjea (1813-1885)

Biographical Information

Primary Works

Secondary Works

"The Jesus of Nineteenth Century Indian Theology". By Sathianathan Clarke. A study of the interpretations of Jesus of Banerjea and Bramabandhav Upadhyaya

Other

Richard John William Burgon (1813-1888)

Primary Works

Works. From Project Canterbury.

Richard William Edward Scudamore (1813-1881)

Primary Works

Works. From Project Canterbury.

Richard Williams (1815-1851)

Biographical Information

Primary Works

Secondary Works

Other

Richard William Church (1815-1890)

Biographical Information

Primary Works

Works by and about Church from Project Canterbury.

Secondary Works

Other

Archive containing notebooks and diaries of Church at Oxford. Includes some biographical information.
Archive. Description of manuscripts related to Church at Pitts Theology Library. Includes brief biographical information.
Cartoon of Church from Vanity Fair.

Cecil Frances Alexander (1818-1895)

Biographical Information

Brief biography and photograph.

Life and work Notes on her life and work.

Primary Works

Selected Poetry. With biographical data.
Hymns. Includes a short biography and photograph. Music for the hymns can be played.

  Hymns. Comprehensive listing of hymns with chart indicating occurrence in hymnals. From hymnary.org.

Secondary Works

Other

John Mason Neale (1818-1866)

Biographical Information

Biography. With a list of published works and hymns.
Biographical sketch. Includes prayers.

Primary Works

Hymns of the Eastern Church. Searchable document at CCEL.
Works by and about Neale. Includes sermons, essays, and works on liturgy, as well as a doctoral dissertation about Neale. From Project Canterbury.
Hymns. Ninety-Five of Neale's hymns are available. With music. Includes a biography and description of Neale's work.

Secondary Works

Other

Commentary on the Psalms recently reprinted. Description and review of the work.


Biography. Published in 1933.
Biographical sketch. With published works listed. From the New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge.

Primary Works

Secondary Works

History of St. Peter's London Docks, church founded by Lowder.

Other

Archives related to Lowder.

Charlotte Mary Yonge (1823-1901)

Biographical Information

Biography. Published London: The Catholic Literature Association,1933.
Life and Works. From Project Canterbury.

Primary Works

Works. From Project Canterbury. Includes a portrait.
How to Teach the New Testament, 1882.
Reflections on King Charles the Martyr, from collected works of John Keble.

Secondary Works

List of works by Yonge.
Bibliographic essay on Princeton's holdings of Yonge's works. PDF format.

Other

Charlotte Mary Yonge Fellowship. With information and links to many things Yonge.
Preston Speed Press is reprinting Charlotte Yonge's fiction.

Richard Meux Benson (1824-1915)

Biographical Information

Biography. Focus on the 'religious life' and his founding of Society of St. John the Evangelist.
Biography. From Anglican History site.

Primary Works

Works by and about Benson. From Project Canterbury.
Hymns translated by Benson. With a photo.

Secondary Works

'Richard Meux Benson: Patristic Radical'. Sermon using quotes from Benson.

Other

Photograph of Benson by Lewis Carroll.
Society of St. John the Evangelist home page.
Archives search the National Register of Archives for material related to Benson.

William Bright (1824-1901)

Biographical Information

Primary Works

Hymns. With a photograph, biographical information, and a list of works.
Title page of a Latin translation of the Book of Common Prayer by Bright.

Secondary Works

Brief article on Bright's works.

Other

St. Stephen's House. Bright mentioned in association with the founders of this theological college.

Nathaniel Dimock (1825-1909)

Biographical Information

Primary Works

Secondary Works

Other

Nilakantha Nehemiah Goreh SSJE (1825-1885)

Biographical Information

Primary Works

A Christian Response to the Hindu Philosophical Systems. Described and available to purchase in reprint.

Secondary Works

Brook Foss Westcott (1825-1901)

Biographical Information

Biographical sketch.
Life and work. Includes a list of some published works.
Brief biography. Focus on work as text critic.

Primary Works

A Dictionary of Christian Biography and Literature to the end of the Sixth Century AD. Westcott is listed as an author in this dictionary.
Greek New Testament, edited by Westcott and Hort. Searchable file at CCEL.

Secondary Works

"Why So Many Versions?" by Daniel B. Wallace. An essay on Bible translations which begins by discussing the Greek New Testament published by Westcott and Hort.
Description of Westcott & Hort's edition of the New Testament.
Short article on Westcott's work with Hort and Lightfoot.

Other

Westcott House. A theological college in Cambridge founded by Westcott.
Notes on Westcott and Hort. Article by Dr. P. Stringer critical of the work of Westcott and Hort.

Frederick Meyrick (1827-1906)

Biographical Information

Primary Works

Extracts from Meyrick's Memoirs of Oxford.

Secondary Works

Other

Archives with material related to Meyrick.

John Coleridge Patteson (1827-1871)

Biographical Information

Illustrated life of Patteson. Very readable.
Biographical sketch. With prayers.
Biography. From the Dictionary of Australian Biography.

Primary Works

Secondary Works

Life of John Coleridge Patteson by Charlotte Mary Yonge. Online text at Project Canterbury.

Other

Prayer on the anniversary of his death, 20 Sept. 1871.

History of the church in Melanesia and Patteson's associations.

 

Archives. List from NRA.

H. A. Krishnan Pillai (1827-1900)

Biographical Information

Primary Works

Secondary Works

Other

Fenton John Anthony Hort (1828-1892)

Biographical Information

Brief biography. Focus on his work as text critic.

Primary Works

Hymn translated by Hort. With biographical data.
Greek New Testament, edited by Westcott and Hort. Searchable file at CCEL.

Secondary Works

Description of Westcott and Hort's edition of the New Testament.
Short article on Hort's work with Westcott and Lightfoot.

Other

Archives.

Joseph Barber Lightfoot (1828-1889)

Biographical Information

Biography. With brief bibliography and a list of works of biblical scholarship. From the New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge.

Primary Works

Works by and about Lightfoot from Project Canterbury. With a photograph.
Epistle of Barnabas. Translated by Lightfoot.
Didache. Translated by Lightfoot.
First Clement and Second Clement Translated by Lightfoot.
Epistle of Polycarp. Translated by Lightfoot.
Martyrdom of Polycarp. Translated by Lightfoot.
The Shepherd of Hermas. Translated by Lightfoot.
"Eusebius of Caesarea". Article from Smith and Wace Dictionary of Christian Biography by Lightfoot.
The Brethren of the Lord. 1865 article by Lightfoot.
On Some Points Connected with the Essenes, 1875.
"The Father of Missionaries". Sermon preached 1876 in Cambridge.

Secondary Works

List of some published works.

Other

Archives. List of archives from the NRA.

George Ridding (1828-1904)

Biographical Information

Brief Biography

Primary Works

Southwell Litany. Prayer written by Southwell. nd.

Secondary Works

Other

Archives. From NRA.
Vanity fair cartoon of Ridding, published 1901.

Edward White Benson (1829-1896)

Biographical Information

Brief biography. Concise overview of life and work.
Biography. With brief bibliography. From the New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge.

Primary Works

Hymns. With biographical data and a photograph.

Secondary Works

Other

Archives. Search the National Register of Archives (UK) for a list of archives with material related to Benson.
Vanity Fair Cartoon of Benson, 1887.

 

Edward King (1829-1910)

Biographical Information

Brief biography. An overview of King's life and work.
Biographical sketch. Includes numerous quotes from King's works.

 

Primary Works

Duty and Conscience: Addresses Given in Parochial Retreats at St. Mary Magdalen's, Paddington Lent, 1883 and 1884. Published posthumously, 1911.

Secondary Works

Other

Archives. A list of archives holding material related to King.
Edward King House, Lincoln. The former bishop's residence.

Henry Parry Liddon (1829-1890)

Biographical Information

Biography. A chapter from Lead Kindly Light: Saints and Heroes of the Oxford Movement by Desmond Morse-Boycott, 1933.

Primary Works

Printed works of Liddon. A list in chronological order. Some of the works are available online.
The Divinity of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. The Bampton Lectures. (With americanized spelling in the title.)

Secondary Works

Memorial sermon. Preached first in Boston, September 24, 1890.
"Professor Huxley on Canon Liddon". An article to rebut Huxley, The Nineteenth Century, March 1887.

Other

Archive. Description of material related to Liddon available at Pitts Theology Library, Emory. With biographical data.
Archives. List of archives with material on Liddon.
Top Ten Victorian Preachers. Liddon is at the top of this list.
Photograph. Taken by Lewis Carroll.
Cartoon from Vanity Fair, 1876.

Gerard Moultrie (1829-1885)

Biographical Information

Brief biography. From Hymn Writers of the Church by Charles S. Nutter.

Primary Works

Hymns. Includes biographical data.
Selected poetry. Two poems included.

Secondary Works

Other

Charles Chapman Grafton (1830-1912)

Biographical Information

Primary Works

Works by and about Grafton. The eight volumes of Grafton's Complete Works are here.
Sermon preached at the consecration of the Church of the Advent, December 1, 1894.

Secondary Works

"Shepherd or Wolf? Joseph Rene Vilatte in Francophone Wisconson". Vilatte was an Old Catholic who Grafton persuaded to come into his Anglican diocese of Fond du Lac.

Essay on Grafton from The Living Church.

Charles C. Grafton, Bishop and Theologian by Michael Ramsey, Archbishop of Canterbury.Lecture at Nashotah House, 1967.

Other

Grafton Institute. Founded in 2008 to commemorate Grafton and study his works. Based at the Diocese of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin.

 

Christina Georgina Rossetti (1830-1894)

 Biographical Information

Biography. Published London: Catholic Literature Association, 1933.
Biographical data. Overview of life and work.
Life and Work. With a list of major works.

Primary Works

Hymns. With biographical data.
Selected poetry. With brief biography.
Selected poetry. From the Oxford Book of English Verse, 1900.
Selected poetry. From the University of Toronto's, Representative Poetry Online.

Secondary Works

Christina Rossetti overview from Victorian Web. Includes background information on social, religious, and political history and discussions of themes in her work.
Essay on her life and work from The Cambridge History of English and American Literature in 18 vols. 1907-21.

Other

Archive. Description of archive held at Bryn Mawr. With biographical data.
Archives. List of archives with material related to Rossetti.
Linksto information on Rossetti and Pre-Raphaelites.

Richard Frederick Littledale (1833-1890)

Biographical Information

Life and list of published works from the New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge.
Biography.

Primary Works

Hymns. With biographical data and a list of other works published.

Hymns. Includes a chart indicating inclusion in hymnals.
List of Works with some full-text.

Secondary Works

Other

George Howard Wilkinson (1833-1907)

Biographical Information

Memoir. Arthur J. Mason. Memoir of George Howard Wilkinson, Bishop of St. Andrews, Dunkeld and Dunblane and primus of the Scottish Church, formerly Bishop of Truro (1909).

Primary Works

Works. Some in full text.

Secondary Works

Other

Archives with material related to Wilkinson.

Phillips Brooks (1835-1893)

Biographical Information

Biographical Sketch. With prayers.
Life. By Kay Peterson Hall. From Harvard Magazine.
Life and work. From The Cambridge History of English and American Literature in 18 Vols (1907-21).
Brief biography and published works. From the New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge.

Primary Works

Hymns. With photograph and biographical data.
Sermons

Secondary Works

'We cannot spare you': Phillips Brooks's Break with the Evangelical Party, 1859-1873." by Gillis J. Harp.

Other

Archives. Finding aid for material related to Brooks held at Harvard.

Edwin Hatch (1835-1889)

Biographical Information

Biography. From 1911 encyclopedia, online text poorly edited.

Primary Works

Hymns. With biographical data.
Extracts from The Organization of the Early Christian Churches, 1887.

Secondary Works

Other

William Porcher DuBose (1836-1918)

Biographical Information

Biography.

Primary Works

Turning Points in My Life (NY, 1912)

Secondary Works

Theology of DuBose

Other

Archive with material related to DuBose at UNC, Chapel Hill.

Arthur Henry Stanton (1839-1913)

Biographical Information

Biography. A chapter from Lead Kindly Light: Saints and Heroes of the Oxford Movement by Desmond Morse-Boycott, 1933.
Biography. From Saints and Leaders, by the Revd HFB Mackay. London: Society of SS. Peter and Paul, 1928.
Full length Biography. Father Stanton of St. Alban's, Holborn by Joseph Clayton London: Wells Gardner, Darton & Co., 1913.
Biography. Published 1933.

Primary Works

Secondary Works

Other

George Body (1840-1911)

Biographical Information

Primary Works

Secondary Works

Other

Handley Carr Glyn Moule (1841-1920)

Biographical Information


Brief biography. Overview of life and work.
Biographical information including works published.

Primary Works

Outline of Christian Doctrine,1890. From Anglican Library.
"Justification by Faith". Article by Moule.

Secondary Works

Other

Archive. From the NRA.

Mandell Creighton (1843-1901)

Biographical Information

 

Primary Works

Secondary Works

Other

Creighton Collection. Books that belonged to Creighton at the University of Colorado, Boulder.
Archives. A list of archives with material related to Creighton.

Stewart D. Headlam (1847-1924)

Biographical Information

Biography.

Primary Works

Secondary Works

"Dancing the Magnificat". By John R. Orens. On Headlam's controversial devotion to the virgin Mary.

Other

Archives. List of archives with material related to Headlam.

Henry Scott Holland (1847-1918)

Biographical Information


Biography. With photo and links to related information.

Primary Works

Hymn. With biographical data and photograph.

Secondary Works

Article giving context to a quote on death from Holland.

Other

Archive. Description of material related to Holland at Pitts Library, Emory. With biographical sketch.

A. S. Appasamy Pillai (1848-1927)

Biographical Information

Primary Works

Secondary Works

Other

Robert William Radclyffe Dolling (1851-1902)

Biographical Information

Biography. Published 1933.
Biography. A chapter from Lead Kindly Light: Saints and Heroes of the Oxford Movement by Desmond Morse-Boycott, 1933.

Primary Works

Secondary Works

Other

Francis Paget (1851-1911)

Biographical Information

Primary Works

Secondary Works

Other

Archives. List of archives with material related to Paget.
Portrait from Vanity Fair, 1894.

Charles Gore (1853-1932)

Biographical Information

Biographical sketch with prayers.
Biography from Anglican History site.

 

Primary Works

Works linked here.

Secondary Works

Bibliography of works by and about Gore.

Other

Archives. List of archives with material related to Gore.
College of the Resurrection, associated with the community of the Resurrection, founded by Gore.

Thomas Alexander Lacey (1853-1931)

Biographical Information


Biography. A chapter from Lead Kindly Light: Saints and Heroes of the Oxford Movement by Desmond Morse-Boycott, 1933.

Primary Works

Hymns. With biographical data.
Works. List of Works from Project Canterbury, with select full-text.

Secondary Works

Other

Archives. From NRA.

William Turton (1856-1938)

Biographical Information

Primary Works

Hymns. With biographical data and list of some works published.

Secondary Works

Other

Pandita Ramabai (Sarasvati) (1858-1922)

Biographical Information

Biographical data with photograph and links to other biographical sites. From South Asian women.
Biography. Overview of her life and work.

Primary Works

 

Secondary Works

Story of Revival at Mukti, mission founded by Ramabai.

Other

George Lansbury (1859-1940)

Biographical Information

Biography. Focus on peace and social work.
Biography. With links to background information and quotations from Lansbury's published work.

 

Primary Works

Secondary Works

Speech on Christian socialism made by Stephen Timms at the launch of the Christian Socialist Movement Archive, April 26, 2003. Lansbury is mentioned in this piece in some detail.

Other

Archives. List of archives with material related to Lansbury.
Photograph. From the National Portrait Gallery.

William Ralph Inge (1860-1954)

Biographical Information

Brief biography. Overview of life and work.

Primary Works

Light, Life, and Love: Selections from the German Mystics,1904. Searchable files from CCEL.

Secondary Works

Other

Photograph. From the National Portrait Gallery.
Archives. List of archives with material related to Inge.

Herbert H. Kelly SSM (1860-1950)

Biographical Information

Biography.

Primary Works

Secondary Works

Other

Society of the Sacred Mission. Information on the society founded by Kelly.

Arthur Cayley Headlam (1862-1947)

Biographical Information

Primary Works

Secondary Works

Heroes of the Faith: Herbert Kelly. Essay on Kelly from The Church Observer (Easter, 2006).

Other

Manuscript. Description of manuscript by Headlam held at Pitts Theological Library, Emory.
Archives. List of archival material related to Headlam.

Herbert Hensley Henson (1863-1947)

Biographical Information

Biographical article. Why Henson should be remembered.

Primary Works

Forward to the English (1938) edition of Der Giftpilz.

Secondary Works

Other

Henson lectures in theology, at Oxford. Description of archive containing manuscripts of the lectures.
Archives. List of archives with material related to Henson.

Dom Denys Prideaux OSB (1864-1934)

Biographical Information

Primary Works

Secondary Works

Other

Archives. List of archives with material related to Prideaux.

John Neville Figgis (1866-1919)

Biographical Information

Primary Works

Works including links to full text. From Project Canterbury.

Studies of Political Thought from Gerson to Grotius, 1414-1625, 1907. Access to PDF document.
The Political Aspects of S. Augustine's 'City of God', 1921. Organized by table of contents.

Secondary Works

Other

Archives. List of archives with material related to Figgis.

Shirley Carter Hughson OHC (1867-1949)

Biographical Information

Primary Works

Works by and about Hughson from Project Canterbury.

An American Cloister: The Life and Work of the Order of the Holy Cross (1948).

Reservation and Adoration (1919).

Secondary Works

Other

Father Andrew SDC (Henry Ernest Hardy) (1869-1946)

Biographical Information

Biography from the DNB.

Primary Works

The Wisdom of the Desert, by James O. Hannay, 1904. Drawings credited to Father Andrew.

The hymn O Dearest Lord, thy Sacred Head is by Fr. Andrew.

Secondary Works

Brief history of Franciscan orders in the Anglican church. Father Andrew founded the first, the Society of the Divine Compassion.

Other

Charles Freer Andrews (1871-1940)

Biographical Information

Brief biography. An overview of life and work, especially in India.

Primary Works

Secondary Works

Other

Archives. List of archives with papers related to Andrews.
Archive. Description of material held at the British Library with biographical data.

Frank Weston (1871-1924)

Biographical Information

Biography. Chapter from Lead Kindly Light: Saints and Heroes of the Oxford Movement by Desmond Morse-Boycott, 1933.
Biography by H.F.B. Mackay.
Biography. Published 1933.

Primary Works

Works by and about Weston. With photography and full length biography. From Project Canterbury.

Secondary Works

Other

John Macleod Campbell Crum (1872-1958)

Biographical Information 

Primary Works

Selection of his hymns including "Now the Green Blade Rises".

Papers from the Surrey Record Office.

 

Secondary Works

 

Other

William Braithwaite O'Brien SSJE (1874-1960)

Biographical Information

Primary Works

Christian Unity: The Problem for Anglicans, nd.

Secondary Works

Other

Timothy Rees CR (1874-1939)

Biographical Information

Brief biography From Welsh Biography Online.

Primary Works

Secondary Works

Other

Evelyn Underhill (1875-1941)

Biographical Information

Biography. Concise overview of her life and work.

Primary Works

Mysticism, 1911. Searchable document from CCEL. It is unclear which edition is used for this text (the last was 1936).
"The Lady Poverty." Poem.
"The Church and War", 1940. A pacifist article.
"The Cloud of Unknowing, 1922. Edited with an introduction by Underhill. Searchable document from CCEL.

Secondary Works

Scholarly articles on Underhill's work.

Other

Archive. Description of material related to Underhill at King's College, London. Includes biographical data and details of Underhill's published work.
Archives. List of archives containing material related to Underhill.
The Evelyn Underhill Association. Information on Underhill's writings and life.

Edward Keble Talbot (1877-1949)

Biographical Information

Primary Works

Secondary Works

Other

Archives. List of archives with material related to Talbot.

Dick (Hugh Richard Lawrie) Sheppard (1880-1937)

Biographical Information

Biography. From the Peace Pledge Union.

Primary Works

Works related to pacifism. Introduced and set in context.

Secondary Works

"Pay Now, Pray Later - Part 2: The Electronic Church in the United Kingdom". An article on religious broadcasts in the UK, includes the pioneering work of Sheppard in broadcasting services from St. Martin-in-the-Fields.

Other

Archive. Description of material related to Sheppard held at McMaster. With biographical information.
Archives. List of archives with material related to Sheppard.
St. Martin-in-the-Fields. Where Sheppard was vicar.

Richard Henry Tawney (1880-1962)

Biographical Information

Brief biography. Focus on work in economics and history.
Biography with a focus on fellowship and adult education.
Brief biography from the London School of Economics where Tawney taught.

Primary Works

"The Acquistive Society" From Project Gutenburg.

Secondary Works

"The Tawney Legacy" 2001. An article assessing Tawney's ideas.

Other

Archive. Description of material related to Tawney at the London School of Economics. With biographical data and photographs.
Archive. Description and guide to material held at the University of London, Institute of Education.
Archives. List of locations with material related to Tawney.

George Kennedy Allen Bell (1881-1958)

Biographical Information

Brief overview of life and work.

Primary Works

Secondary Works

Chichester Cathedral, where Bell was bishop, has a course devoted to his life and work.

Other

Archives. Extensive list of archives with material related to Bell.

William Temple (1881-1944)

Biographical Information

Biographical Sketch. Includes prayers.
Brief biography. With a list of some published works.

Primary Works

Audio Archives from the BBC. Five brief broadcasts by William Temple.

Secondary Works

Other

Archive. Description of archive held at University of London. With biographical data.
Archives. List of archives holding material related to Temple.
William Temple Foundation. An organization named for Temple, with the purpose of carrying forward his vision.

Reginald Somerset Ward (1881-1962)

Biographical Information

Primary Works

Secondary Works

Review of a book on Anglican spiritual direction that includes information on Ward.

Other

Archives. List of archives with material related to Ward.

Richard Godfrey Parsons (1882-1948)

Biographical Information

Brief Biography

Primary Works

Secondary Works

Other

Archives. List from NRA.

Oswin Creighton CF (1883-1918)

Biographical Information

Primary Works

Letters of Oswin Creighton (London, 1920)

Secondary Works

Other

Holdings in the National Library of Canada.

Geoffrey Anketell Studdert Kennedy (1883-1929)

Biographical Information

Biography with photographs.
Biography

Primary Works

Selected Poetry. With notes on Studdert Kennedy's life and work.
Hymns. With a photograph and biographical data.
I Believe: Sermons on the Apostle's Creed, 1928.
The Unutterable Beauty: Collected Poems, 1927.
Woodbine Willie

Secondary Works

Other

St. Paul's Church, Worcester, where Studdert Kennedy was vicar. Gives some biographical information.

Edwyn Clement Hoskyns (1884-1937)

Biographical Information

Primary Works

The Riddle of the New Testament, 1931. Listed on this page with other works, navigation through the text by window on the side.

Secondary Works

Other

Eric Milner-White (1884-1963)

Biographical Information

Primary Works

Sacerdotalism Explained, 1923.
Poem for Easter.
A prayer.

Secondary Works

Other

Archives. List of archives with holdings related to Milner-White.
History of the Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols at King's College, a tradition begun by Milner-White.

Hubert Northcott CR (1884-1967)

Biographical Information

Primary Works

Description of published letters.

Secondary Works

Other

The Community of the Resurrection, to which Northcott belonged.

Ernest H. Burgmann (1885-1967)

Biographical Information

Biographical data from the Australian Dictionary of Biography.

Primary Works

Secondary Works

Other

Archives. List of archives with material related to Burgmann.

Charles Raven (1885-1964)

Biographical Information

Brief Biography. From the Gifford Lecture series.

Primary Works

Secondary Works

Other

Archives. From NRA.

Gilbert Shaw (1886-1967)

Biographical Information

Spiritual director, a biography by Fr Rodney Hacking exists. Not in DNB.

Primary Works

Secondary Works

 

Other

Charles Walter Stansby Williams (1886-1945)

Biographical Information

Primary Works

Poems and other writings for S. Silas the Martyr monthly and bi-monthly papers. At the church's website. Includes a brief biography and portrait.

Secondary Works

List of Williams' resources.
"The Lost Club Journal: The Novels of Charles Williams" By Glen Cavaliero.

Other

The Charles Williams Society.
Archives. List of archives with material related to Williams.

Thomas Stearns Eliot (1888-1965)

Biographical Information

Biography from the Nobel e-Museum. With links to the presentation speech for Eliot's Nobel prize (1948) and Eliot's Banquet speech after the presentation.
Biography. With bibliography.

Primary Works

Poetry. From the University of Toronto Library, representative poetry online.
Ash Wednesday, 1930.

Secondary Works

Site devoted to Eliot's life and work. With links to some works online.

Other

TSE list. A discussion list on the works of Eliot.
"What the Thunder Said". A website on Eliot.
Archives. A list of archives with material related to Eliot. (Caution: link unstable)

Edmund Robert Morgan (1888-1979)

Biographical Information

 

Primary Works

Secondary Works

Other

Archives. List of archives with material related to Morgan.

Sundar Singh (1889-1929?)

Biographical Information

Biography with quotes from Singh's own writings.

Biography.

 

Primary Works

The Visions of Sadhu Sundar Singh.

 

Secondary Works

Description of conversion excerpted from biography by Joshua Daniel.

Other

Archives.

Aiyadurai Jesudasen Appasamy (1891-1975)

Biographical Information

Primary Works

Secondary Works

Other

Clive Staples Lewis (1893-1963)

Biographical Information

"A Modest Literary Biography" by Dr. Bruce Edwards.
Life and works. With selected bibliography.

Primary Works

Works in the public domain.

Secondary Works

Lewis resources. Essays on Lewis and other resources about Lewis' life and works.
Bibliography of works by and about Lewis.

Other

Into the Wardrobe. The website for all things Lewis. With an introduction by Douglas Gresham (Lewis' stepson).
C.S. Lewis Institute.
Seven, a literary review magazine focusing on the work of seven authors including Lewis.
Archives. A list of archives from the NRA.

Dorothy Leigh Sayers (1893-1957)

Biographical Information

Life and work. With selected bibliography.
Biography with photograph. Includes links to sites of background interest.

Primary Works

"The Lost Tools of Learning", 1947. Text of a presentation made at Oxford.
Speech in support of Latin education.
Catholic Tales and Christian Songs, 1919. A book of poetry.
The Mind of the Maker, 1949. On creativity from a Trinitarian viewpoint.

Secondary Works

Essay on Sayers' fictional characters by Jill Paton Walsh.
Biographical sketch with extensive notes on Sayers' works.

Other

The Dorothy L Sayers Society. With information about Sayers. Page background inhibits reading.
Seven a literary review magazine focusing on the work of seven authors including Sayers.
Archives. From NRA.

Father Algy SSF (William Strowan Amhurst Robertson) (1894-1955)

Biographical Information

Primary Works

Secondary Works

Other

Philip Nigel Warrington Strong (1899-1983)

Biographical Information

Biographical Information. While archbishop of Brisbane (1963-70).

Primary Works

Out of Great Tribulation. Presidential Address and Charge to his Diocesan Conference at Dogura, Papua on Monday June 30th, 1947.

Secondary Works

Other

Archives. From the Diocese of BrisbaneRecords and Archives Centre (scroll down the "S" index to Strong.)

Alexander Roper Vidler (1899-1991)

Biographical Information

Primary Works

Secondary Works

Other

Archives with material related to Vidler.

Ini Kopuria (1900?-1945)

Biographical Information

Biographical sketch.

Primary Works

Secondary Works

"The Unsung Evangelists of Melanesia", by Richard Carter. On the Melanesian Brotherhood founded by Ini Kopuria.

Other

The Melanesian Brotherhood. With links to articles on the brotherhood and a history of the order.

Stephen Charles Neill (1900-1984)

Biographical Information

Biography.

Primary Works

"Threatened Christendom" A speech given by Neill to the Empire Club of Canada, 22 Feb., 1962.

Secondary Works

Researching Bishop Stephen Neill: Engaging History, Methods, and the 'Reconstruction'". Article by Dyron Daughrity.

Other

Dom Gregory (George Elgington Alston) Dix OSB (1901-1952)

Biographical Information

Primary Works

Secondary Works

"Amanesis". An essay on the meaning of the word as it relates to the eucharist. Dix's interpretation is covered extensively.

Bibliography.

Other

H. Lakdasa Jacob de Mel (1902-1976)

Biographical Information

Brief Biography

Primary Works

The Christian Liturgy in Ceylon: The Thirty-Third Hale Memorial Sermon by de Mel (delivered at Seabury-Western Theological Seminary, 1956).

Secondary Works

Other

Alan Ecclestone (1904-1992)

Biographical Information

Obituary

Primary Works

Secondary Works

Other

Austin Marsden Farrer (1904-1968)

Biographical Information

Primary Works

"On Dispensing With Q", 1955.

Secondary Works

Two Source Theory Summary.
"The Theodicy of Austin Farrer". An abstract of a 1998 article by Simon Oliver.
Review of Divine Action: Studies Inspired by the Philosophical Theology of Austin Farrer.

Other

Archive. Description of holdings at Bodleian Library, Oxford. With biographical data.

Michael Ramsey (1904-1988)

Biographical Information

Brief biography. From the Archbishop of Canterbury site.

Primary Works

Works

Joint statement by Archbishop Michael Ramsey and Pope Paul VI, March 1966.

Secondary Works

Other

Archive. From the NRA.
Portraits. From the National Portrait Gallery.

Max Warren (1904-1977)

Biographical Information

Warren was born in Ireland, but spent his first eight years in India with his missionary parents. After attending Jesus College, Cambridge, then Ridley Hall, he went to Nigeria but became ill and had to return to England after ten months. He was ordained and married, and in 1942 became general secretary of the Church Missionary Council. He is best known for his work in this role as he published, wrote, and spoke on issues of ecumenism and missions.

Primary Works

Secondary Works

Other

Archive. Description of archive with material related to Warren. Includes biographical data.

Christopher Rex Bryant SSJE (1905-1985)

Biographical Information

Primary Works

Secondary Works

Other

Herbert Arthur Hodges (1905-1976)

Biographical Information

Primary Works

"Anglican Disunity and the Idea of Western Orthodoxy", 1957. An address by Hodges given to the Fellowship of St. Alban and St. Sergius.

Secondary Works

"The Epworth-Canterbury-Constantinople Axis", 1991. An address given by A.M. Allchin. The first part of this paper is a tribute to Hodges.

The Logic of Religious Thinking Abstract of the Gifford Lectures given 1955-57.

Other

Dom Augustine (David Freestone) Morris OSB (1905-1997)

Biographical Information

Primary Works

Secondary Works

Other

Eric Symes Abbott (1906-1983)

Biographical Information

Tractarians of the Twentieth Century: The Tradition Continued Eric Abbott Text of a talk by Father William Davage, 10 February 2010.

Primary Works

Secondary Works

Other

Archive. Description of material held at King's College London. With biographical information.
Eric Symes Abbott Memorial Lectures.

R. E. Charles Browne (1906-1975)

Biographical Information

Primary Works

Secondary Works

Other

Mother Mary Clare SLG (1906-1988)

Biographical Information

Convent of the Incarnation, Oxford, Sisters of the Love of God. Reverend Mother of the Community of the Sisters of the Love of God from 1954-1973. Well known spiritual director, corresponded with Thomas Merton and others, wrote several books.

Primary Works

Secondary Works

Other

Emani Sambayya (1907-1972)

Biographical Information

Primary Works

Secondary Works

Other

Frank Woods (1907-1992)

Biographical Information

Anglican Archbishop of Melbourne.

Primary Works

Secondary Works

Other

Frederick Donald Coggan (1909-2000)

Biographical Information

Life From the Archbishop of Canterbury site.
Obituary from The Telegraph.

Primary Works

"The East, the West, and the Bible", June 1967. An address given by Coggan, then Archbishop of York, to a joint meeting of the Canadian Bible Society and the Empire Club of Canada in Toronto.

Secondary Works

Address of Pope Paul VI to the Archbishop of Canterbury, April 1977.

Other

Archives. List of archives with material related to Coggan.

Donald Mackenzie MacKinnon (1913-1994)

Biographical Information

Primary Works

"Women and the Ordained Ministry", 1978 (scroll down to end of page).

Secondary Works

"Theological Wisdom, British Style", by David F. Ford. From Christian Century, April 2000.

 

Other

Ronald Stuart Thomas (1913-2000)

Biographical Information

Brief biography. From the BBC, with a photo.
Obituary from the BBC. With photo and other links.
Biography and links to many background sites on Thomas' life as well as annotated bibliography of works by and about Thomas.
Biography from the Literary Encyclopedia.

Primary Works

Secondary Works

"Passing Through Hard Facts: The Poetry of R.S. Thomas", by Ephraim Radner. From Christian Century, November 1986.

Other

R.S. Thomas Study Centre at the University of Wales, Bangor.

John Vernon Taylor (1914-2001)

Biographical Information

Biography. From The Telegraph.

Primary Works

"Presence and Primal Vision". Article in Theology Today 21 no. 4, January 1965

Secondary Works

"Christian Mission with John V. Taylor", by David Wood. A paper given to the Waterloo Mission Seminar in London, 9th July 2002.
"The Genesis of Poet, Priest & Prophet". Paper by David Wood on his book about John Taylor.

Other

Henry Robert McAdoo (1916-1998)

Biographical Information

Obituary.

Primary Works

Secondary Works

Memorial sermon. Preached at Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin by Dr. R.L. Clarke, 10 January, 1999.

Other

John Arthur Thomas Robinson (1919-1983)

Biographical Information

Robinson was a New Testament scholar, priest, and controversial writer. While the suffragan bishop of Woolwich, he wrote Honest to God (1963) which stirred up strong reactions both for and against the work. He became a fellow, dean of chapel, and lecturer in theology at Trinity College, Cambridge in 1969. Redating the New Testament (1976) and The Priority of John (1985) were his major works of New Testament scholarship.

Primary Works

Secondary Works

"John A.T. Robinson Remembered", by J. S. Spong.

Other

Archives. From the NRA.

Gwen Harwood (1920-1995)

Biographical Information

Primary Works

 

Secondary Works

 

Other

Archive. Description of materials related to Harwood. With biographical data.

Robert Alexander Kennedy Runcie (1921-2000)

Biographical Information

Biography.
Biography with photographs from BBC news.

Primary Works

Common declaration by Pope John Paul II and Archbishop Runcie, May 29, 1982.

Secondary Works

Other

Archives. List of archives with material related to Runcie.

Edmund John (1922-1975)

Biographical Information

Primary Works

Secondary Works

Other

William Hubert Vanstone (1923-1999)

Biographical Information

Primary Works

The Stature of Waiting (1997).

Secondary Works

Other

Lakshman Wickremesinghe (1927-1983)

Biographical Information

Brief biography

Primary Works

Secondary Works

Other

Celebrations of the golden Jubilee of the diocese of Kurangala where Wickremesinghe was bishop.

William Stringfellow (1928-1985)

Biographical Information

Biography.

Primary Works

Secondary Works

Icon and information about Stringfellow.

Other

Archive. Description of material related to Stringfellow held at Cornell. With biographical information.

David Watson (1933-1984)

Biographical Information

Biography from wikipedia.

Primary Works

Secondary Works

Other

"A Matter of Life and Death", by Wendy Bray. On living with cancer. The article cites David Watson's book Fear No Evil.

Roger Hardham Hooker (1934-1999)

Biographical Information

Primary Works

Secondary Works

Other

David Penman (1936-1989)

Biographical Information

Primary Works

Secondary Works

Other

"Melbourne Anglicanism: A Distinctive Culture?" by Colin Holden. On the particular flavour of the diocese of Melbourne, where Penman was archbishop.

John Gaden (1938-1990)

Biographical Information

Primary Works

Secondary Works

Other