|Short Name:||Lewis Hensley|
|Full Name:||Hensley, Lewis, 1824-1905|
Hensley, Lewis, M.A., born May, 1824, and educated at Trinity College, Cambridge, where in 1846 he graduated as Senior Wrangler, and first Smith's Prizeman. From 1846 to 1852 he was a Fellow and Assistant Tutor of Trinity College. Taking Holy Orders in 1851, he held successively the Curacy of Upton-with-Chalvey, Bucks; the Vicarage of Ippolyts-with-Great-Wymondly, Hertfordshire, and that of Hitchin, in the same county; Rural Dean, 1867. His works include Household Devotions; Shorter Household Devotions, &c. His hymns appeared in his Hymns for the Sundays after Trinity, London, Bell & Daldy, 1864; and Hymns for the Minor Sundays from Advent to Whitsuntide, London, Bell & Daldy, 1867. His Advent hymn, "Thy Kingdom come, O God," is from the latter of these works.
--John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)
Hensley, L. , p. 511, i., was b. May 20, 1824, and d. suddenly in a railway train, near Great Eyburgh, Norfolk, Aug. 1, 1905.
--John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology, New Supplement (1907)
|Texts by Lewis Hensley (2)||As||Instances|
|Thy kingdom come, O God, Thy reign, O Christ, begin||Lewis Hensley (Author)||85|
|Wowaṡte maḣpiya!||Lewis Hensley (Author)||1|