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Baring-Gould, Sabine

BARING-GOULD, SABINE: Church of England; b. at Exeter Jan. 28, 1834. He was educated at Clare College, Cambridge (B.A., 1854), was ordered deacon in 1864, and was ordained priest in the following year. He was then successively curate of Horbury, Yorkshire (1864-66), vicar of Dalton, Yorkshire (1866-71), and rector of East Mersea, Essex (1871-81). He inherited the family estates of Lew-Trenchard in 1872 and since 1881 has been rector of Lew-Trenchard, Devonshire. His numerous works include The Path of the Just (London, 1854); Iceland, its Scenes and Sagas (1862); Post Mediæval Preachers (1865); Book of Were-Wolves (1865); Curious Myths of the Middle Ages (2 vols., 1866-68); The Origin and Development of Religious Belief (2 vols., 1869-70); The Golden Gate (1870); The Silver Store, Collected from Mediæval Christian and Jewish Mines (1870); Legendary Lives of Old Testament Characters (2 vols., 1871); One Hundred Sermon Sketches for Extempore Preachers (1871); Village Conferences on the Creed (1873); The Lost and Hostile Gospels (3 vols., 1874); Yorkshire Oddities (1874); Some Modern Difficulties (1875); Village Sermons for a Year (1875); The Mystery of Suffering (1877); Germany, Present and Past (1879); Sermons to Children (1879); The Preacher’s Pocket (1880); The Village Pulpit (2 vols., 1881); Church Songs (1884); The Seven Last Words (1884); The Passion of Jesus (1885); The Nativity (1885); The Resurrection (1888); Our Inheritance, a History of the Holy Eucharist in the First Three Centuries (1888); Historic Oddities and Strange Events (2 vols., 1889-91); Old Country Life (1889); In Troubadours’ Land (1890); Conscience and Sin (1890); History of the Church in Germany (1891); Songs of the West (1891); The Tragedy of the Cæsars (2 vols., 1892); Curious Survivals (1892); The Deserts of Southern France (2 vols., 1894); A Garland of Country Song (1894); Old Fairy Tales Retold (1894); Old English Fairy Tales (1895); Napoleon Bonaparte (1896); A Study of St. Paul (1897); The Sunday Round (1898); Book of the West (2 vols., 1899); Book of Dartmoor (1900); Virgin Saints and Martyrs (1900); Brittany (1902); Book of North Wales (1903); Book of Ghosts (1904); Book of South Wales (1905); Book of the Riviera (1905); and Memorial of Horatio, Lord Nelson (1905). He has likewise written a number of novels, and edited the Lives of the Saints (17 vols., London, 1872-77).

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