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James Foster

1807 - 1885 Person Name: J. Foster, 1807-85 Meter: 8.8.6 D Composer of "PEMBROKE" in The Methodist Hymn-Book with Tunes

William Birchley

1613 - 1669 Meter: 8.8.6 D Author of "Jesus, Who From Thy Father's Throne" Pseudonym used by John Austin ===================== Austin, John. (Walpole, Norfolk, England, 1613--1669, London). Roman Catholic. He studied at Cambridge University, but withdrew when he became a Catholic. His writings under the pseudonym William Birchley sought to explain the beliefs of Roman Catholicism and to plead for religious freedom for them. He compiled a harmony of the Gospels and, in 1668, a devotional manual containing hymns, some of which he may have written himself. An adaptation of this manual for use in the Church of England was published in 1686. --Anastasia Van Burkalow, DNAH Archives

S. W. Straub

1842 - 1899 Meter: 8.8.6 D Composer of "[My God, thy boundless love I praise]" Solomon.W Straub Solomon was the brother of Maria Straub. His father Joseph was a farmer. His parents, who were of German descent. From Hymnary user, via email

Elizabeth Daye

1733 - 1829 Person Name: Elizabeth Daye, 1733-1829 Meter: 8.8.6 D Author of "I'll Bless Jehovah's Glorious Name" in The Cyber Hymnal Daye, Elizabeth, 1733-1829. Daughter of Rev. James Daye, Presbyterian minister at Lancaster (d. 1770). Published a volume of poems at Liverpool, 1798, and contributed to the Monthly Repository. Her hymn Of Worship is in Kippis & Belfast Collection, “I'll bless Jehovah's glorious name." Wallace gives another hymn for Sunday Evening, "0 may the truths this day has taught." --John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)

John Frederick Bridge

Person Name: J. F. Bridge, 1844-1924 Meter: 8.8.6 D Composer of "LOTHIAN" in The Methodist Hymn-Book with Tunes See Bridge, Frederick, Sir, 1844-1924

Charles G. Goodrich

b. 1869 Meter: 8.8.6 D Composer of "SHORTLE" in Trinity Hymnal (Rev. ed.) Born: September 19, 1869, Waterbury, Connecticut. A graduate of Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut, Goodrich was a professor of modern languages at Marietta College, Ohio, as well as a chorister and composer of church music. ============== Teacher, organist, musical director. Graduate of Wilbraham Academy, 1889; B.Ph., M.S. Wesleyan University 1893. He composed several anthems and college songs. International Who's who in Music and Musical Gazetteer By César Saerchinger ================ Charles Gourlay Goodrich Ph.B., M.S., DH.D. Professor of French, Emeritus Monmouth College Monmouth, Illinois

S. Chandler

b. 1760 Meter: 8.8.6 D Composer of "GANGES" in The A.M.E. Zion Hymnal

Edward Patrick Crawford

1846 - 1912 Person Name: Dean E. P. Crawford Meter: 8.8.6 D Composer of "JEHOVAH NISSI" in The Book of Common Praise

William C. Filby

1833 - 1913 Person Name: William C. Filby (1836-) Meter: 8.8.6 D Composer of "SUNDRIDGE" in Common Service Book of the Lutheran Church Baptized: St. Paul, January 16, 1833, Hammersmith, Middlesex, England. Died: June 22, 1913, Richmond, Surrey, England. Son of William and Lucy Filby, William studied in France, and played the organ at St. Peter’s Church, Hammersmith (1849); Bromley Parish Church, Kent (1853); the London churches of St. Peter, Walworth; St. Matthew, Bayswater; and St. Luke, Westbourne Park; Holy Trinity, Margate, Kent; Holy Trinity, Stepney, London; and St. Paul, West Greenwich, London (1884). He also served as organist at the International Exhibitions of 1882 and of 1885, wrote and lectured on church music, opera and music education, and composed organ voluntaries, operettas, songs, part songs and choruses.

Thomas Joseph Linekar

1858 - 1918 Person Name: Thomas Joseph Linekar, b. 1858 Meter: 8.8.6 D Composer of "COLWYN BAY" in Trinity Hymnal (Rev. ed.) Linekar, Thomas Joseph, son of Mr. John Linekar; born at Hoylake, Cheshire, October 6, 1858; from an early age showed musical talent; studied music under W. H. Jude, of Liverpool for three years, but principally self-taught; appointed organist of Hoylake Church in 1878, holding the office for six years; afterwards organist of Llandvillo Church for three years; since 1887 organist of St. John’s English Wesleyan Church, Colwyn Bay, North Wales. Most of his compostions have been published under the nom de plume of Raymond Berenger. --The Music of the Church Hymnary


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