Rev Thomas Maude

Rev Thomas Maude


Thomas Maude was the second son of Thomas Maude of Newcastle; he attended University College Oxford (B.A. 1822; M.A. 1827) and the Inner Temple. As a young man he traveled on the Continent and published poetry. When he entered orders does not appear, though possibly soon after taking his M.A. He was publishing sermons by 1839 and died as rector of Elvington, near York, in 1865.

Thomas's eldest son Arthur Hay Maude emigrated to New Zealand in 1866, by the ship Stornoway.



Speculum: a Byronic satire on some recent residents of the city of Durham. 1819?
A legend of Ravenswood; and other poems. 1823.
Monody on the death of Lord Byron. 1824.
The village grammar-school; and other poems. 1824.
The Memorial. 1827.
An apology for the system of public and classical education. 1828.
The traveller's lay; a poem. 1830.
The school boy: a poem. 1836.
Verbeia or Wharfdale. A Poem.
Wensley Dale or Rural Contemplations