Louisa J. Hall

Short Name: Louisa J. Hall
Full Name: Hall, Louisa J. (Louisa Jane), 1802-1892
Birth Year: 1802
Death Year: 1892

Hall, Louisa Jane (Park). (Newburyport, Massachusetts, February 2, 1802--1892). Wife of Rev. Edward B. Hall, she began to publish poems anonymously in periodicals. Her husband was minister of the First Unitarian Church of Providence, Rhode Island. She moved to Boston after his death.

--Singers and Songs of the Liberal Faith, 1875, DNAH Archives

Texts by Louisa J. Hall (7)sort descendingAsInstances
And are you in the stars, dear LordLouisa Jane Hall (Author)4
I would my work were better doneLouisa Jane Hall (Author)2
Never, my heart, wilt thou grow oldLouisa Jane Hall (Author)5
No words of labored prayer I knowLouisa Jane Hall (Author)3
Of idle hopes and fancies wildLouisa Jane Hall (Author)2
There is a something sweet and pureLouisa Jane Hall (Author)3
When Jesus trod by thy blue seaLouisa Jane Hall (Author)3
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