George Samuel Hodges
HODGES, George Samuel. b. Walmer, Kent, 1827; d. Maidenhead, Berkshire, 10 December 1899. He was educated at Jesus College, Cambridge (BA 1851), and took Holy Orders (deacon 1851, priest 1852). He served curacies at Calbourne, Isle of Wight (1851-52), Farnham, Surrey (1852-55), Calbourne again (1856-58), Kirkham, Lancashire (1858-60), and Fladbury, Worcestershire (1860-61), before becoming vicar of Wingates, Lancashire (1861-75). He was subsequently vicar of Dunston and Coppenhall, Staffordshire (1875-82) and Stubbings, Oxfordshire.
His time in Lancashire was commemorated in The County Palatine and Other Poems, Sacred and Secular, Original and Translated (1876). He also published...
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