Samuel John Stone

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Samuel John Stone

Samuel John Stone (April 25, 1839 - November 19, 1900) was a priest in the Church of England, chiefly remembered for his hymn The Church's One Foundation.

Following his schooling at Charterhouse he went up to Pembroke College, Oxford, gaining a BA in 1862 and being awarded an MA in 1872. He served a curacy in Windsor, Berkshire from 1862, then at St. Paul’s, Haggerston from 1870, where, in 1874 he became the vicar.[1]

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  1. ^ "Samuel John Stone". Cyber Hymnal. Retrieved 2008-07-03. 

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