Wilson, Harry Bristow, Dd
Wilson, Harry Bristow, D.D.
an English clergyman. was born in London in 1774; educated at Merchant- Taylors' School, and at Lincoln College, Oxford; was appointed third undermaster of Merchant-Taylors' School in 1798, and second undermaster in 1805, in which office he continued until 1824, when he resigned; became curate and lecturer of St. Michael's, Bassishaw, in 1807; and was rector of St. Mary Aldermary and St. Thomas the Apostle from August 2, 1816, until his death, November 21, 1853. He published a volume of Sermons on Several Subjects (1807): — History of Merchant-Taylors' School (1812- 14): — Index to the Bible (1818), and other works. See (Lond.) Gentleman's Magazine, 1854, 1:536.