Hale, Philip, Rev. (M)

Surname: Hale
Forename(s): Philip
Nationality: English.
Poet and Church of England clergyman. Pseudonym: “A Priest of the Church of England.” Educated at St. John’s College, Cambridge. Ordained in 1841. Headmaster at the Grammar School in St-Martin-in-the-Fields (1844-1856). Vicar of Burrington, Herefordshire (1856-1866). Master of Daventry Grammar School (1866-1868). Author of Marriage with a Deceased Wife’s Sister Repugnant to Christian Feelings and Contrary to Christian Practice (1848), Plea for Archbishop Tenison’s Library (1851), Selene: A Christian Fairy Tale (1855), and An Apology for the Sign of the Cross (1857). Biographical information: Crockford, p. 367; Norman MacLeod, Good Words, December, Strahan & Co. Magazine Publishers, 1869, p. vi. (CC)

Poems associated with this person

Total poems: 1
Poem title Date Periodical Roles id #
Good and Bad 1869-02-01 Good Words Poet 1984