Richard Haking

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Alias: Richard Ranulph Haking

Life

Born: 1830

Died: 1894

Biography

Rev. Richard Ranulph Haking was born at Bury, Lancashire, England. He studied music and graduated from Worcester College, Oxford, and Magdalen Hall, Oxford. He was ordained deacon, then priest. He served as Vicar of Rodbourne-Cheney, Wiltshire; Rector of Easton-Grey, Mamesbury, Wiltshire; and Rector of Congham, Norfolk. He composed a number of anthems hymns, glees, part songs, and songs. He died in Southacre, Norfolk, England. He often published under the name “Ranulph Haking.” His son was Gen. Sir Richard Haking (1862–1945).

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