H. C. Beeching

H. C. Beeching
Short Name: H. C. Beeching
Full Name: Beeching, H. C. (Henry Charles), 1859-1919
Birth Year: 1859
Death Year: 1919

Beeching, Henry Charles, D. LITT., son of J. P. G. Beeching, of Bexhill, Sussex, was born May 15, 1859, and educated at the City of London School, and Ball. College Oxford: B.A. 1883; M.A. 1887; D.LITT. Durham, 1903. After holding several important appointments, including Chaplain of Lincoln's Inn, Prof, of Past, and Liturgical Theology, K.C.L., Clark Lecturer in English Literature at Trinity College, Cambridge, &c, he became in 1902 Canon of Westminster and in 1904 Preacher at Lincoln's Inn. His published works are: In a Garden, and other Poems, 1895; A Paradise of English Poetry, 1892; Lyra Sacra, 1894; and many others. For his translation of the seven greater Advent Antiphons. His Children's Hymn, “God Who created me," appeared in his In a Garden and other Poems, 1895.

--John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology, New Supplement (1907)

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Henry Charles Beeching (15 May 1859 – 25 February 1919) was an English clergyman, author and poet.

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