Henry Bernard Carpenter
Henry Bernard Carpenter, born April 22, 1840 in Dublin or near Enniskillen, Ireland of an ancient landed family, died July 17, 1890 at Sorrento, Maine, was a noted Unitarian clergyman, orator, author, and poet. Educated at Oxford University, his written works were principally in verse, three of which were published, The Oatmeal Crusaders, or A Nine Days' Wander Round, Up and Down Mount Washington, Being a Serio-comic Poem (1875), Liber amoris, Being the Book of Love of Brother Aurelius (1886), and A Poet's Last Songs (1891) published posthumously.
Carpenter was a son of the Reverend Henry Carpenter, perpetual curate of St. Michael's, Liverpool at his death in 1864, and brother of William Boyd Carpenter, the Anglican Bishop of Ripon. He married Emma Bailey, and was father of a son.