Born: June 4, 1833, Ad­ding­ham (near Ot­ley), York­shire, Eng­land.

Bramley ma­tric­u­lat­ed at Or­i­el Coll­ege, Ox­ford, 1852; was a Schol­ar of Un­i­ver­si­ty Coll­ege, 1853; and Fel­low of Mag­da­len, 1857 (BA 1856, MA 1859). Or­dained an Ang­li­can Dea­con in 1856 and Priest in 1858, he served as Vi­car of Hors­path, Ox­on (1861-1889) and Ca­non and Pre­cent­or of Lin­coln (1895-1905). His works in­clude:



  1. Great God of Heaven, The
  2. Listen, Lordings, unto Me


  1. From Highest Heaven I Come to Tell
  2. Jesu Hail! O God Most Ho­ly
  3. Virgin Stills the Crying, The