Born: Feb­ru­a­ry 6, 1843, Kes­wick, Cum­ber­land, Unit­ed King­dom.

Died: Jan­u­a­ry 17, 1901, Rome Italy.

Buried: Kes­wick, Cum­ber­land, Unit­ed King­dom.

Myers, a class­i­cist and po­et, was ed­u­cat­ed at Chel­ten­ham and Trin­i­ty Coll­ege, Cam­bridge. He was a Fel­low and Coll­ege Lec­tur­er at Trin­i­ty Coll­ege (1865-69), In­spect­or of Schools (1862-1901), and a char­ter mem­ber of the So­ci­e­ty for Psy­chic­al Re­search. His works in­clude:

Hymns

  1. Christ! I Am Christ’s
  2. Hark, What a Sound