|Short Name:||William Hiram Foulkes|
|Full Name:||Foulkes, William Hiram, 1877-1961|
Born: June 26, 1877, Quincy, Michigan.
Died: December 9, 1961, Smithtown, New York.
Buried: Smithtown, New York.
Foulkes graduated from the College of Emporia, Kansas, in 1897 and went on to the McCormick Theological Seminary, Chicago, Illinois; he received the Bernadine Orme Smith Fellowship, and studied for a year at New College in Edinburgh, Scotland. He later pastored at Presbyterian churches in Elmira, Illinois; Portland, Oregon; New York City; Cleveland, Ohio; and Newark, New Jersey. He served as General Secretary of the Board of Ministerial Relief and Sustentation (1913-18), as chairman of the New Era Movement, on the General Council of the Presbyterian Church, and as moderator of the General Assembly (1937).
Gird Us, O God, with Humble Might
Take Thou Our Minds, Dear Lord
|Texts by William Hiram Foulkes (5)||As||Authority Languages||Instances|
|Apo panunotmi tagicuaem||William H. Foulkes (Author)||Tagalog||2|
|Gird us, O God, with humble might||William Hiram Foulkes (Author)|
|Lamente, santo Dios, damos a ti||William H. Foulkes (Author)||Spanish||2|
|Take thou our minds, dear Lord, we humbly pray||William H. Foulkes (Author)|
|Vem, Salvador, agora, transformar||William Hiram Foulkes (Author)||Portuguese||2|