William Garrett Horder
HORDER, William Garrett. b. Salisbury, 6 October 1841; d. Ealing, Middlesex, 19 December 1922. He trained for the Congregational ministry at Cheshunt College (1861-66), serving as a minister at a newly built church at Peasley Cross, St Helen’s, Lancashire (1866-68), Abbey Road, Torquay, Devon (1869-73), Wood Green, London (1873-93), College Chapel, Bradford (1893-96), and Ealing, Middlesex (1896-1922). He died a few months after retiring from his post at Ealing. For a detailed account of these chapels, see Binfield, 2011.
Horder was a voluminous writer: he published many works of a pastoral character, including Intimations of Immortality: Thoughts for the Perplexed and Troubled (1883), The...
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