Born: March 8, 1875, Cloughfold, Lancashire, England.
Died: December 14, 1939, Wimbledon, Surrey, England.
Hoyle attended Regent’s Park College in London, then served pastorates in Sudbury, Aberdeen, London (1900–17), and Belvedere, Kent (1923–26).
He edited the Young Men’s Christian Association’s Red Triangle magazine, and was professor of theology at Western Theological Seminary, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (1934–36).
He later returned to England, pastoring at the Baptist church in Kingston-on-Thames.
Some of his work appears in the World Student Christian Federation hymnal Cantate Domino (1925).
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