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William Henry Channing (1810–1884)

Channing, William Henry. An American Unitarian divine and biographer, nephew of W. E. Channing the elder; born at Boston, May 25, 1810; died in London, Dec. 23, 1884. Settling in England, he succeeded James Martineau as pastor at Hope Street Unitarian Chapel in Liverpool. His daughter married Sir Edwin Arnold. His principal work was ‘Memoir of William Ellery Channing’ (3 vols., 1848).