Men of the Time, eleventh edition/Blacker, Beaver Henry

BLACKER, The Rev. Beaver Henry, M.A., was born May 31, 1821, in Dublin, being the eldest son of the late Latham Blacker, Esq. He was educated at Trinity College, Dublin (B.A. 1843; M.A. 1846). He was appointed to the vicarage of Booterstown, co. Dublin, in 1857, and to the rural deanery of South Dublin in 1862—both of which he resigned in 1874. Mr. Blacker is a member of several literary societies in England, Ireland, and America. He has published "Sermons on National Humiliation," 1847; "The Imprecatory Passages in the Psalms, and the Athanasian Creed," 1851; "Doctrines and Duties," 1852; "Brief Sketches of the Parishes of Booterstown and Donnybrook, in the county of Dublin; with Notes and Annals," 1860–74, and other writings, besides contributions to several leading periodicals. He is also the editor of Gloucestershire Notes and Queries.