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W. T. Rees

1838 - 1904 Meter: Composer of "BHOI LYMBONG" Also Alaw Ddu, 1838-1904

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William S. Lacy

1842 - 1899 Meter: Composer of "PALMER (Lacy)" Lacy, William S., D.D., a member of the Committee which compiled The New Psalms & Hymns ... of the Presbyterian Church in the United States, 1901. "To this collection he contributed "Slowly sinks the setting sun" (Evening), where it is dated 1891. From the "Preface" we gather that Dr. Lacy died before the Psalms & Hymns were published. --John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology, New Supplement (1907)

James Hemans

Meter: Translator of "Wokicize kin waṡte (Praise to God, immortal praise)" in Wakan Cekiye Odowan

Marjorie Dobson

Person Name: Marjorie Dobson, b. 1940 Meter: Author of "When our caring love wears thin" in Singing the Faith

Thomas C. Griggs

1845 - 1903 Person Name: Thomas C. Griggs, 1845–1903 Meter: Composer of "TESTIMONY" in Hymns of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Battison Haynes

1859 - 1900 Meter: Composer of "GOD OF MERCY" Haynes, Walter Battison; b. 11/21/1859, Kempsey, near Worcester; d. 2/4/1900, London; English organist and composer

B. L. Corbin

Person Name: Mrs. B. L. Corbin Meter: Author of "Let Us Go To Bethlehem" in The Cyber Hymnal 19th Century We have lit­tle da­ta on Cor­bin, ex­cept that the ear­li­est known pub­li­ca­tion of her hymns was in Phil­a­del­phia, Penn­syl­van­ia, in 1856.

T. Alfred Stowell

1831 - 1916 Person Name: T. A. Stowell Meter: Author of "Saviour, We Are Young and Weak" in Gloria Deo T. Alfred Stowell, M.A.; Queen’s College, Oxford; rector of Chorley; hon. canon of Manchester Cathedral; and rural dean of Leyland ======================= Stowell, Thomas Alfred, M.A., son of Canon H. Stowell, was born at Salford, July 15, 1831. He was Bridgman Exhibitioner at Queen's College, Oxford, 1853, and B.A. in honours in 1855. Taking Holy Orders in 1857, he became Curate of Bolton, Diocese of Ripon, 1857-60; Incumbent of St. Stephen's, Bowling, Bradford, 1860-65; and then Rector of Christ Church, Salford, in succession to his father, 1865. He was also appointed Rural Dean of Salford in 1876, and Hon. Canon in Manchester Cathedral in 1879. Canon T. A. Stowell has published The Church Catechism simply and clearly explained, 1882, various Sermons, papers on Education, &c. Most of his hymns were written for the Anniversary Sermons of Christ Church Sunday Schools, Salford (nearly 2000 children), and include:— 1. Blessed Saviour, hear us when we cry. 1872. 2. Happy were those mothers. 1866. 3. In God's holy dwelling. 1873. 4. Lord, on Thy day, within Thy holy dwelling. 1877. 5. Lord, Thy children lowly bending. 1875. 6. My Saviour, be thou near me, When I lie down, &c. 1874. 7. O Jesus [Saviour] we have promised Henceforth to be Thine Own. Confirmation. 1877. 8. Sweet day of rest which God has given. Sunday. 1868. 9. While the sun is shining. Work. 1869. These 9 hymns are in Canon T. A. Stowell's 1877 ed. of his father's Selection and of these Nos. 3 and 9 are the most popular. He is also the author of:— 10. Come, Christian youths and maidens. Sunday School Anniversary. In Mrs. Brock's Children's Hymn Book, 1881, and others. 11. Early the holy women came. Easter. In the Church Monthly, April, 1888. 12. Remember thy Creator. Youthful Piety. In the Church S. School Magazine , Feb. 1888. 13. Saviour, we are young and weak. The Christian Race. In Mrs. Brock's Children's Hymn Book, 1881. Several of these are popular hymns for children, and will no doubt gradually come into somewhat extensive use. -- John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)

Herbert Hall Woodward

1847 - 1909 Person Name: H. H. Woodward Meter: Composer of "WORCESTER (Woodward)"


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