Indelible Grace Hymnbook

Samuel John Stone

Born: Ap­ril 25, 1839, Whit­more, Staf­ford­shire, Eng­land.

Died: No­vem­ber 19, 1900, Char­ter­house, Som­er­set, Eng­land.

Stone was ed­u­cat­ed at the Char­ter­house, and at Pem­broke Coll­ege, Ox­ford (BA 1862, MA 1872). Af­ter tak­ing Ho­ly Or­ders, he be­came Cur­ate of Wind­sor in 1862, and of St. Paul’s, Hag­gers­ton, in 1870. In 1874, he suc­ceed­ed his fa­ther, Will­iam Stone, at St. Paul’s. His works in­clude:

Lyra Fi­de­li­um (Lon­don: Messrs. Park­er and Com­pa­ny, 1866)
The Knight of In­ter­cess­ion and Other Po­ems, 1872
Sonnets of the Chris­tian Year (first print­ed in the Lei­sure Hour, then pub­lished by the Re­li­gious Tract So­ci­e­ty, 1875)
Order of the Con­se­cu­tive Church Ser­vice for Child­ren, with Orig­in­al Hymns, 1883
Hymns, 1886

Source: The Cyber Hymnal