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|First name||Sir Edward|
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|Born||October 2, 1796, Tralee Castle, County Kerry, Ireland.|
|Died||June 13, 1889, London, England.|
|Best known for||Hymns:What grace O Lord and beauty|
Edward Denny; (1796 to 1889) , was born at Tralee Castle, County Kerry, Ireland, October 2, 1796, and succeeded to the baronetcy upon the death of his father, in 1831.
He owned a large estate in Ireland, though his principal residence was in London. His Church membership was with the Plymouth Brethren. He published A Selection of Hymns in 1839 and a volume of Hymns and Poems in 1848. His Millennial Hymns, 1870, is a republication of his former work. It contains a long preface on prophecy, in which he advocates Millenarianism. He died in London June 13, 1889.