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Samuel Willoughby Duffield

1843 - 1887 Person Name: Samuel A. W. Duffield Meter: Translator (from Latin) of "Holy Spirit, Come and Shine" in The Cyber Hymnal Duffield, Samuel Augustus Willoughby, son of G. Duffield, jun., was born at Brooklyn, Sept. 24, 1843, and graduated at Yale College, 1863. In 1866 he was licensed, and in 1867 ordained as a Presbyterian Minister, and is now [1886] Pastor of West¬minster Church, Bloomfield, New Jersey. He published in 1867 a translation of Bernard's Hora novissima (q.v.): Warp and Woof; a Book of Verse, 1868 (copyright, 1870); and The Burial of the Dead (in conjunction with his father), 1882. In the Laudes Domini, N.Y., 1884, the following translations and an original hymn are by him:— 1. Holy Spirit, come and shine. A translation of "Veni Sancte Spiritus." 1883. 2. O Christ, the Eternal Light. A translation of "Christe lumen perpetuum." 1883. 3. O land, relieved from sorrow. On Heaven, written in 1875. 4. O what shall be, O when shall be. A translation of "O quanta qualia." 1883. 5. To Thee, O Christ, we ever pray. A translation of "Christe precamur annue." 1883. -- John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907) ================== Duffield, S. A. W. , p. 315, ii. He died May 12, 1887. His English Hymns, Their Authors and History, was published in 1886, and his Latin Hymn-Writers and their Hymns posthumously, edited by Dr. R. E. Thompson, in 1889. (See p. 1526, i.) --John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology, Appendix, Part II (1907)

Johann Balthasar Reimann

1702 - 1749 Person Name: Johannes Reimann, 1702-1749 Meter: Composer of "[Lo! A light is in the East]" in Songs of Light

Samuel D. Hinman

Meter: Translator of "Inyan Ohinniyan kin (Rock of ages, cleft for me)" in Wakan Cekiye Odowan

John O. Foster

Meter: Author of "Jesus, Help Me" in Timeless Truths 19th Century Currently, our only data on Foster is that he was a minister.

W. G. Wills

1841 - 1891 Person Name: Whitefield G. Wills Meter: Author of "In Our Work and in Our Play" in The Cyber Hymnal Wills, Whitefield Glanville, son of the late H. O. Wills, of Bristol, was b. at Bristol Oct. 28, 1841, and died at Ealing Oct. 2, 1891. In 1881 he printed a small collection of original Hymns for Occasional Use. Three of his hymns are in School Hymns, 1891:— 1. Father, Thy children come to-night. [Evening.] Written about 1876; 1881 as above, p. 24. 2. In our work and in our play, Jesus, ever with us stay. [Children of God.] Written in Sept. 1891 for School Hymns, 1891, No. 335. 3. We bring to Thee, dear Saviour. [Trust in Jesus.] Written about 1880; 1881 as above, p. 9. The School Hymns, 1891, also contains a hymn by his wife, Lucy Helen née Hebblethwaite, which begins "Always with Thee I Ever near!" (Trust in God). [Rev. James Mearns, M.A.] --John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology, New Supplement (1907)

Alfred E. Redhead

1855 - 1937 Person Name: Alfred Edward Redhead Meter: Composer of "KING ALFRED" in The Cyber Hymnal Son of Richard Redhead

Edward Jones

1761 - 1836 Person Name: Edward Jones, 1752-1824 Meter: Collector of "ARFON MINOR" in Common Praise (1998) Also: Edward Jones, Maesyplwm.

Otto von Schwerin

Meter: Author (attributed to) of "Jesus my Redeemer lives"

Albert H. Frank

b. 1944 Meter: Author of "Jesus in Gethsemane" in Moravian Book of Worship

Simeon Comenius Chitty

1831 - 1902 Person Name: Simeon Comenius Chitty, 1831-1902 Meter: Composer of "GRACEHAM" in Moravian Book of Worship


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