The fourth man to be admitted as a Fellow of Radley. He was a B.A. of Oriel College, Oxford. He took Holy Orders in 1851, and left Radley in 1852. He served as Rector of Binfield, Berkshire, from 1859-1903, during which time he was Rural Dean of Maidenhead, 1881-1902, and appointed an Honorary Canon of Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford, 1881-1912. He died in 1912.
It was Edmund Savory (accompanied by Howard) who first took the boys rowing on the river.