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A. W. Young

Author of "Trusting the Lord" in The New Gospel Song Book

Alfred Young

1831 - 1900 Author of "Inspired word, From Mary's raptured bosom poured" Roman Catholic priest and musician LOC Name Authority File

Andrew Young

1807 - 1889 Author of "There Is a Happy Land" in Timeless Truths Young, Andrew, second son of David Young, for more than fifty years a most efficient teacher in Edinburgh, was born at Edinburgh, April 23, 1807. After passing through a distinguished eight years' literary and theological course at the University of Edinburgh, he was appointed in 1830, by the Town Council, Head Master of Niddry Street School, Edinburgh, where he began with 80 pupils, and left with the total at 600. In 1840 he became Head English Master of Madras College, St. Andrews, where he was equally successful. He retired from St. Andrews in 1853, and lived in Edinburgh, where he was for some time the Superintendent of the Greenside Parish Sabbath School He died Nov. 30, 1889; Many of Mr Young's hymns and poems were contributed to periodicals. A collected edition of these was published in 1876, as The Scottish Highlands and Other Poems. His poems entitle him to rank in the first order of Scottish minor poets. Some of his hymns are very sweet. His "There is a happy land" (q. v.) has attained great popularity. He died July 18, 1891. [Rev. James Mearns, M.A.] --John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)

Andrew Young

1885 - 1971 Author of "Lord, by whose breath all souls and seeds are living" Andrew John Young, poet and clergyman; born 29 Apr. 1885 at Elgin, died 25 Nov. 1971 at Bognor Regis; also an amateur botanist and author of "A prospect of flowers" LOC Name Authority File

Brigham Young

1801 - 1877 Editor of "" in Sacred Hymns and Spiritual Songs for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. 21st ed. Brigham Young (1801-1877) was a Mormon ecclesiastical leader and politician in Utah. |b Brigham Young was born on June 1, 1801 in Witingham, Vermont. He joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in 1832, and moved to Kirtland, Ohio. He followed the migration of the church from Ohio to Missouri to Nauvoo, Illinois. In February 1846 he led the Mormon exodus to the West, and was sustained as the second president of the Church on December 27, 1847. Arriving in Utah he settled in Salt Lake City, and in 1849 was appointed as governor of Utah Territory. Young passed away on August 29, 1877 in Salt Lake City, Utah. LOC Name Authorty File

C. W. Young

Author of "Is it true what they say about Jesus"

Carl Young

Author of "Shouting Happy All the Time"

Carlton R. Young

b. 1926 Person Name: Carlton Young Adapter of "Gloria Patri" in Trinity Hymnal (Rev. ed.)

Cheryl M. Young

Author of "Upon This Rock" in One Lord, One Faith, One Baptism

Young Churchman Co.

Publisher of "" in The Sunday School Chorister Milwaukee, Wisc.

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