Stowell, Rev. Hugh

HUGH STOWELL (1768-1835) was born at Douglas, Isle of Man. He was ordained Deacon in 1791, and Priest in 1793. He married Amelia Callow (1777–1814) in 1796. Rev. Stowell worked on the translation of texts to the Manx language. In 1814, he was appointed rector of Ballaugh where he remained. In 1819, he wrote a book on the life of Bishop Wilson. His son, also Hugh (1799–1865), was a songwriter and clergyman.

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Booklist for Hugh Stowell:

Life of Pat, the Irish Chimney Sweeper (The)
Life of the Right Reverend Father in God, Thomas Wilson, D. D. Lord Bishop of Sodor and Man (The)
Life of William Kelly (The); or The Happy Christian
Logic of the Life (The)
Memoirs of Mr. F. D. P. Geneste
Memoirs of Mr. William Leece, a native of the Isle of Man
Memoirs of Mrs. Stowell
Memoirs of the Rev. Joseph Stowell
Miscellaneous Sermons
Narrative of the Life of Miss Sophia Leece (A)
Pious Manx Peasant, or the History of William Curphey (The)
Pious Manx Schoolmistress (The)
Poetical Works of the Late John Stowell with His Life