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Albert W. Ham

Person Name: Dr. Albert Ham Meter: Composer of "ST. HILDA" in The Book of Common Praise Arranger and conductor

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

Lilian G. Crisp

Meter: Author of "Gracious and eternal Lord, by all nations be" Lilian G. Crisp is Secretary of the Samuel Marsden Collegiate School, a day and boarding school for girls located in Karori, Wellington, New Zealand. Her "spare-time" interests are many, however. She has written many hymns and poems which have received recognition in New Zealand. She is the author of a book of children's poems entitled "Gilbert's Book"; and is about to publish another, "Christina's Book". She has written religious drama, winning on one occasion first place in the New Zealand Religious Drama Society competition, and in 1956 placing second in a similar contest. Her literary work has given her an active place in the New Zealand Women Writers Society. Miss Crisp is a very active member of the Methodist Church, and has participated in many projects in the local congregation and in the larger interests of the Church. She is a graduate of the Wellington East Girls' College. --Twelve New World Order Hymns, 1958. Used by permission.

James W. Bixel

1913 - 1999 Meter: Composer of "SILENT"

Mary Eyre MacElree

Meter: Composer of "EYRE" in Twelve New Hymns of Christian Patriotism

Anna Jane Vardill

1781 - 1852 Meter: Author of "When Shall We All Meet Again?"

William Bruce

1812 - 1882 Meter: Author of "Holy Father, Thou Hast Given" in The Cyber Hymnal Bruce, William, D.D., eldest son of the Rev. William Bruce, United Secession minister at South Shields (who after 1818, conducted the Ardoch Academy, Cardross, Dumbartonshire), was born at South Shields, April 7, 1812. He studied at the University of Glasgow, which, in 1868, conferred on him the degree of D.D., and became, in 1838, minister of Infirmary Street U. P. Church, Edinburgh (then Cowgate). He was Moderator of Synod in 1869. In 1870 he was appointed a member of the Hymnal Committee of the U. P. Church, and contributed 2 hymns to their Presbyterian Hymnal, 1876. These he included, with 9 others, in his Hebrew Odes and other Poems , 1874 (Edinb.: D. S. Stewart). He also published, in 1878, Memories: a Tale; and other Poems. He died at Bridge of Allan, Nov. 15, 1882. The two hymns contributed to the Presbyterian Hymnal are:— 1. Holy Father, Thou hast given. Holy Scripture. 2. The seed we bury in the earth. Resurrection. [Rev. James Mearns, M.A.] -- John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)

Milo Mahan

1819 - 1870 Person Name: Milo Mahan, 1819-1870 Meter: Translator (from German) of "Welcome God's And Mary's Son" in The Cyber Hymnal Born: May 24, 1819, Suffolk, Virginia. Died: September 3, 1870. Mahan, an Episcopal priest, was the St. Mark’s-in-the-Bowery Professor of Ecclesiastical History at the General Theological Seminary, New York. His works include: A Church History of the First Three Centuries (New York: Daniel Dana, Jr., 1860) http://www.hymntime.com/tch/bio/m/a/h/mahan_m.htm

Anna P. Williams

b. 1946 Person Name: Anna Piroska Williams Meter: Translator of "Krisztus, Lényed Oly Dicső!" in The Cyber Hymnal

Johann Amos Comenius

1592 - 1670 Meter: Author of "When my lips can frame no sound"


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