R. E. Hudson

R. E. Hudson
Short Name: R. E. Hudson
Full Name: Hudson, R. E. (Ralph E.), 1842-1901
Birth Year: 1843
Death Year: 1901

Ralph Hudson (1843-1901) was born in Napoleon, OH. He served in the Union Army in the Civil War. After teaching for five years at Mt. Union College in Alliance he established his own publishing company in that city. He was a strong prohibitionist and published The Temperance Songster in 1886. He compiled several other collections and supplied tunes for gospel songs, among them Clara Tear Williams' "All my life long I had panted" (Satisfied). See 101 More Hymn Stories, K. Osbeck, Grand Rapids, MI: Kregel Publications, 1985).

Mary Louise VanDyke

Texts by R. E. Hudson (94)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
A little talk with Jesus, when tempted by the wayRalph E. Hudson (Author)3
Alas, and did my Savior bleedRalph E. Hudson (Author)English234
All praise to him who reigns aboveRalph E. Hudson, 1843-1901 (Author (Chorus))English22
Am I a soldier of the crossRalph E. Hudson (Author)English1
Are you ready for the Bridegroom when he comesRalph E. Hudson (Author)57
Auwe! ua kahe wale a'eRalph Hudson (Refrain)Hawaiian2
Awake, awake, awake ye sons of freedom, harkR. E. Hudson (Author)3
Bless the Lord, Bless the Lord, Bless the Lord, Bless the Lord. Amen! (Hudson)Ralph E. Hudson (Author)3
Christmas bells are ringing, merry bells, joyful bellsR. E. Hudson (Author)2
Come friends and listen to my songR. E. Hudson (Author)2
Come, O my God, the promise sealRalph E. Hudson (Author)English1
Come, weary sinner, to the crossRalph E. Hudson (Author)10
Come, ye weary and oppressed, Jesus [now] is callingRalph E. Hudson (Author)18
Con pena amarga fui a JesúsR.E. Hudson (coro)Spanish2
Der Herr ist mein Hirte; ihm will ich trau'nR. E. Hudson (Author)German1
Do you hear them coming, brother?R. E. H. (Author)English12
Do you see that heppy pilgrim journeyR. E. Hudson (Author)2
Five of them were wise when the Bridegroom cameR. E. Hudson (Author)8
Go and tell to every tribe and nationR. E. H. (Author)3
Go forth, men of GodR. E. Hudson (Author)2
God be with you, so our loved ones prayR. E. Hudson (Author)3
Hark, hark! son and daughterR. E. Hudson (Author)4
He is coming by and byR. E. Hudson (Author)2
He knows, he knows, he knows, he knows my frameR. E. Hudson (Author)2
Herido, triste, a JesúsRalph E. Hudson (coro)Spanish2
His yoke is easy, his burden lightR. E. Hudson (Author)English1
Ho ve! ĉu sangis la Savant' Ralph E. Hudson (Author (refrain))Esperanto1
I am trusting every momentR. E. Hudson (Author)2
I had a dream of long agoR. E. Hudson (Author)2
I heard a weeping mother sayRalph E. Hudson (Author)3
I know my sins are forgivenR. E. Hudson (Author)3
I see a mother waitingRalph E. Hudson (Author)3
I wandered in the wildernessRalph E. Hudson (Author)3
Idatonco kenca toy biagR. E. Hudson (Author)Tagalog2
If trial and sorrowR. E. Hudson (Author)2
Is it well with thy soulR. E. Hudson (Author)2
I've reached the land of lightR. E. Hudson (Author)2
Jesús el Señor es mi buen PastorRalph E. Hudson (Author)Spanish2
Jesus bids the children comeR. E. Hudson (Author)2
Jesus is waiting, dear sinnerR. E. Hudson (Author)2
Jesus, tender Shepherd, hear meR. E. H. (Author)English2
Jesus, thine all victorious loveRalph E. Hudson (Author)English1
Ka Haku ku'u KahuRalph E. Hudson (Author)Hawaiian2
Kommt, ihr Seelen müd und mattR. E. H. (Author)German2
Last night there came a letterR. E. Hudson (Author)2
Lo the night of ease is pastR. E. Hudson (Author)2
Look to Jesus, look to Jesus, look todayR. E. Hudson (Author)3
Looking unto Jesus, He alone can saveR. E. Hudson (Author)2
Me hirió el pecado, fui a JesúsRalph Hudson (Coro)Spanish2
Me hirió el pecadoRalph E. Hudson, 1843-1901 (Author (refrain))Spanish2
Mein ganzes Leben geb' ich dirR. E. Hudson (Author)German1
Mi amor y vida doy a tiRalph E. Hudson (Author)Spanish2
My life, my love I give to TheeR. E. Hudson (Author)English413
你可聽見他們步聲 (Nǐ kě tīngjiàn tāmen bù shēng)R. E. Hudson (Author)Chinese2
Nou ku'u aloha, nou a mauRalph E. Hudson, 1843-1901 (Author)Hawaiian3
O for a thousand tongues to sing My dear Redeemer's praiseRalph E. Hudson (Author)English96
O hope of all the faithfulR. E. Hudson (Author)2
O Lord, thine only will I beR. E. Hudson (Author)3
O no, there's nothing more to [I] seekR. E. Hudson (Author)3
O shout for joy, let songs ariseR. E. Hudson (Arranger)1
O 'twas love, 'twas wondrous loveR. E. Hudson (Author)2
O come and join our temperance bandR. E. Hudson (Author)4
Oh! come to Me, said JesusR. E. Hudson (Arranger)2
¡Oh quién tuviera lenguas mil! Gloria demos al SalvadorRalph E. Hudson (alt. Coro)Spanish2
O tell the story o'er and o'erR. E. Hudson (Author)7
On a hill far away stood an old rugged crossRalph Hudson, 1843-101 (Author 9v. 2))English1
Parents, won't you come alongRalph E. Hudson (Author)6
Peace, sweet peace, peace that passethR. E. Hudson (Author)2
Praise the Lord, Praise the LordR. E. Hudson (Author)3
Prodigal child come home come homeR. E. Hudson (Author)2
Prohibition is our watchwordR. E. Hudson (Author)2
Quando cego, eu andeiRalph E. Hudson (Author (refrain))Portuguese2
¿Quiénes son los que han venido?Ralph E. Hudson (Author)Spanish2
Redeemed from the law I had brokenR. E. Hudson (Author)2
Seek not first for earthly treasureR. E. Hudson (Author)2
Sing of his love, his wonderful loveRalph E. Hudson (Author)3
Sing of His love, His wondrous loveR. E. Hudson (Author)2
Sinners, whither will you wanderR. E. Hudson (Author)3
Sins of years I come confessingR. E. Hudson (Author)2
Soldiers of our God, arise!R. E. Hudson (Author)English2
The harvest is passing of blessings so freeR. E. Hudson (Author)2
The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want (Hudson)Ralph E. Hudson (Author)English23
The sweetest flower that ever grewR. E. Hudson (Author)3
The way was dark before meRalph E. Hudson (Author)3
There is a land of pure delight, Where saints immortal reignR. E. Hudson (Arranger)English1
There's a crown for every headRalph E. Hudson (Author)3
Tramp, tramp, tramp, hark, I hear the children callingR. E. Hudson (Author)2
We are out upon the oceanRalph E. Hudson (Author)4
We shall meet with the saints in the morningR. E. Hudson (Author)4
We're a prohibition bandR. E. Hudson (Author)1
What shall it profit me by and by? What shall it profit me thenR. E. H. (Author)4
When old England held the swayR. E. Hudson (Author)2
Would you stand for Christ in the field for rightR. E. Hudson (Author)2
Yes, I will rejoice, rejoice in the LordR. E. Hudson (Author)10

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