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
Source: The Cyber Hymnal