September 13, 1795, Valdagno, Italy.

January 23, 1855, in the rectory at Herstmonceux, East Sussex, England.

Son of Francis Hare-Naylor and Georgina Shipley, Julius moved with his parents to England in 1799. Educated at Trinity College, Cambridge, Hare served as Rector of Herstmonceux (1832), Archdeacon of Lewes, and chaplain to Queen Victoria. His works include:

  1. Day After Day I Sought the Lord
  2. Lo, I Come to Thy Will
  3. Lord God, My Savior, Day and Night

Hare’s burial place