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William George Tarrant (1853 – 1928)
William George Tarrant (1853 – 1928) was born at Pembroke Dock, South Wales the only son of a soldier who died in the Crimean War.
From 1867-74, he was apprenticed to a silversmith in Birmingham, and became an expert metal worker. There he was influenced by George Dawson, a Unitarian pastor of the Church of Christ, and decided to enter the Unitarian ministry.
He graduated from London University in 1883 and served as pastor of the Wandsworth Unitarian Church (1883 – 1920). He also edited The Inquirer (1887-9 & 1918-27) and the Essex Hall Hymnal (1890).
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