Alfred J. Hough

Short Name: Alfred J. Hough
Full Name: Hough, Alfred J., 1848-1922
Birth Year: 1848
Death Year: 1922

Born: Circa November 1848, Surrey, England.

Hough, a minister, was living with his family in Ludlow, Vermont, by 1880, and in Hartford, Vermont, in 1900. He became a naturalized American citizen in 1890. His works include:

Solomon’s Song Re-Sung
Odd Fellowship in Song: Five Famous Poems, 1888
Egyptian Melodies, and Other Poems (Boston, Massachusetts: The Gorham Press, 1911)

Texts by Alfred J. Hough (24)sort descendingAsInstances
Arise, fellow leaguers, to the harvest field awayAlfred J. Hough (Author)2
Assembled in the Master's nameAlfred J. Hough (Author)2
At the cross my burden losingAlfred J. Hough (Author)2
But yesterday, a little bandAlfred J. Hough (Author)2
Come weal, come woe where'er we goAlfred J. Hough (Author)23
Floods of mercy break around usRev. A. J. Hough (Author)7
Holding on to Jesus with the crown in sightRev. Alfred J. Hough (Author)7
How lovely is Jesus, the Lamb that was slainAlfred J. Hough (Author)6
I am holding on to Christ, with the crown in sightRev. A. J. Hough (Author)5
In olden days when our father's put the enemyAlfred J. Hough (Author)2
Jesus is our Savior KingAlfred J. Hough (Author)2
Just a baby in a cradleAlfred J. Hough (Author)2
Many at the cross are kneelingRev. A. J. Hough (Author)13
O Jesus, hear my cryRev. A. J. Hough (Author)2
O Master of the harvest fieldAlfred J. Hough (Author)2
Out from the gates of the city of goldAlfred J. Hough (Author)3
Over, and over, and over againAlfred J. Hough (Author)3
Savior, I have heard Thee pleadingRev. Alfred J. Hough (Author)4
Tell the story, tender, sweetRev. Alfred J. Hough (Author)8
The blessed hour when Leaguers meetAlfred J. Hough (Author)2
The infidels a motley bandRev. Alfred J. Hough (Author)2
The winds from the garden of Eden are blowingRev. Alfred J. Hough (Author)2
Thousands stand today in sorrowRev. A. J. Hough (Author)36
Where sun ever burns, and the wind ever blowsRev. J. A. Hough (Author)3
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