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|Scullard, Herbert Hayes.|
Adm. pens. at ST JOHN'S, Oct. 16, 1885.
S. of the Rev. Henry Hayes, Independent Minister, of Bolton, Lancs. (and Abigail Kay Mather).
B. July 4, 1862, at Belper, Derbs.
School, Lytham, Lancashire Independent College; and at Owens College, Manchester [M.A., London, 1885]. Matric. Michs. 1885; Scholar, 1889; B.A. 1888; (Theol.
Trip., Pt II, 1st Class, 1889); Hulsean prize, 1890; M.A. 1892.
B.D. (London) 1903; D.D. (London) 1907.
Pastor of the Congregational Church, York Street, Dublin, for 6 years; then at Howard Church, Bedford.
Professor of Church History, Christian Ethics and History of Religions (at Hackney and New Colleges), London University.
Married, Aug. 1, 1901, Barbara Louisa, eldest dau. of George William Dodds, of Sydenham, and had issue.
Author, St Martin, Apostle of Gaul; John Howard; Christian Ethics in the West; etc.
Died suddenly in London, Mar. 22, 1926.
(Eagle, XLIV. 274; Who was Who.)
|Herbert Hayes SCULLARD |
Approx. lifespan: 18621926
pens. St John's College adm1885:10:16
s. of Rev. Henry Hayes SCULLARD Independent Minister of Bolton, Lancashire , (and Abigail Kay Mather)
b. Belper, Derbyshire , 1862:07:04
Sch: Lytham Independent College Lytham Independent, [Lancashire], ; and at Sch: Owens College Manchester, [Lancashire], ; [
MA London , (1885)
Theol.Trip. Pt II, 1st Class(1889);
Hulsean Prize 1890
BD London 1903
DD London 1907
Pastor of the Congregational Church, York Street, Dublin, [Ireland], for 6 years
then at Howard Church, Howard, Bedford, [Bedfordshire],
Professor of: Church History, Christian Ethics and History of Religions (at Hackney and New Colleges ), Sch: London University London, [London],
m. 1901:08:01 Barbara Louisa DODDS eldest dau. of George William DODDS of Sydenham, [London],
Publ.: St Martin, Apostle of Gaul; John Howard; Christian Ethics in the West ; etc.
d. suddenly London , 1926:03:22
( Eagle, XLIV. 274; Who was Who .)