He was educated at London University and ordained in 1850. After curacies in Devon and Lincolnshire, he joined Bishop Tozer seven years later. He was created Bishop of Nyasaland in 1874 and died on 26 August 1882.
Edward Steere is now buried behind the altar in the church.
- Zanzibar Christians
- The Times, Tuesday, Aug 29, 1882; pg. 6; Issue 30598; col D Obituary
- Ranger, Terence O.; Kimambo, Isaria N. (1976). The Historical Study of African Religion. University of California Press. ISBN 978-0-520-03179-1.
- The Times, Tuesday, Sep 19, 1882; pg. 4; Issue 30616; col F Bishop Steere And His Work
- 'Workers at the church'
- "The Bishop Of Grahamstown (sic) On The Progress Of The Church". Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser. 13 August 1877. Retrieved 2014-09-07 – via British Newspaper Archive. Steere was never Bishop of Grahamstown
- "Ecclesiastical Intelligence". Morning Post. 8 January 1875. Retrieved 2014-09-07 – via The British Newspaper Archive and FindMyPast.
|Wikisource has original works written by or about:
- Works by Edward Steere at Project Gutenberg
- Works by or about Edward Steere at Internet Archive
- Robert Marshall Heanley (1898) A Memoir of Edward Steere, D.D., LL.D., Office of the Universities' Mission to Central Africa, London (Google ebook)
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William George Tozer
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