George Croly

















































Rev George Croly 1780-1860

Born in Dublin. He went to London in 1810. He had strong sympathies with his native land although he was well disposed to Orangeism. He once stated that the remedy for all the ills in Ireland was Protestantism. He was made rector of St Stephenís Walbrook, London in 1835. He published over 40 works of religious material, poetry, romance writing and biography including Salathiel the Immortal, Cataline, May Fair and Marston. He is buried in London.

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