Sir Edwyn Hoskyns, 13th Baronet

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Sir Edwyn Hoskyns

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Born
Edwyn Clement Hoskyns

(1884-08-09)9 August 1884
London, England
Died28 June 1937(1937-06-28) (aged 52)
London, England
Spouse(s)
Mary Trym Budden (m. 1922)
[1]
Parent(s)
Ecclesiastical career
ReligionChristianity (Anglican)
ChurchChurch of England
Ordained
  • 1908 (deacon)[1]
  • ? (priest)
Academic background
Alma materJesus College, Cambridge
Academic work
Discipline
Sub-disciplineBiblical theology
InstitutionsCorpus Christi College, Cambridge
Influenced

Sir Edwyn Clement Hoskyns, 13th Baronet, MC (1884–1937) was an English Anglican priest and theologian.

Hoskyns was born on 9 August 1884 in Notting Hill, London, the eldest child and only son of Bishop Edwyn Hoskyns and his wife Mary Constance Maude.[1] He was a fellow and Dean of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge,[1] and a notable biblical scholar. On his father's death in 1925, he succeeded to the Hoskyns' baronetcy. His influence on the next generation of clergymen was considerable,[citation needed] e.g., on Michael Ramsey,[2] Gabriel Hebert,[citation needed] Christopher Evans,[3][4] and Donald Lynch.[5]

He died on 28 June 1937 in London and was buried in Grantchester, Cambridgeshire.[1]

Writings[edit]

  • The Riddle of the New Testament. With Francis Noel Davey. 1931
  • The Epistle to the Romans, by Karl Barth; translated from the 6th edition by Edwyn C. Hoskyns. 1933
  • Cambridge Sermons. 1938
  • The Fourth Gospel. 1940
  • Crucifixion-resurrection. / Edwyn Clement Hoskyns & Francis Noel Davey. Reprinted SPCK, 1981.

Arms[edit]

Coat of arms of Sir Edwyn Hoskyns, 13th Baronet
Crest
Out of a ducal coronet a lion’s head erased Or with flames of fire out of his mouth Proper crowned Or.
Escutcheon
Per pale Gules and Azure a chevron between three lions rampant Or.
Motto
Vincula Da Linguae Vel Tibi Lingua Dabit (Bind The Tongue Or The Tongue Will Thee) [6]

References[edit]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e Wakefield 2004.
  2. ^ "Heroes of the Faith: Sir Edwyn Hoskyns, 1884–1937" (PDF). The Church Observer. London: Church Union. 2008. Archived from the original (PDF) on 22 July 2011. Retrieved 1 May 2019.
  3. ^ Hooker 2014, p. 197.
  4. ^ Eyre, Richard (15 August 2012). "The Rev Christopher Evans Obituary". The Guardian. London. Retrieved 1 May 2019.
  5. ^ "Prebendary Donald Lynch". The Telegraph. London. 7 December 2000. Retrieved 1 May 2019.
  6. ^ Debrett's Peerage. 1878.

Bibliography[edit]

Hooker, Morna D. (2014). "Christopher Francis Evans, 1909–2012" (PDF). Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the British Academy. 13. Oxford: Oxford University Press. pp. 195–214. Retrieved 30 April 2019.
Wakefield, Gordon Stevens (2004). "Hoskyns, Sir Edwyn Clement, Thirteenth Baronet (1884–1937)". Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (online ed.). Oxford: Oxford University Press. doi:10.1093/ref:odnb/34008.
Baronetage of England
Preceded by
Sir Edwyn Hoskyns
Baronet
(of Harewood)
1925–1937
Succeeded by
Chandos Hoskyns