Jennie Evelyn Hussey

Jennie Evelyn Hussey
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Short Name: Jennie Evelyn Hussey
Full Name: Hussey, Jennie Evelyn, 1874-1958
Birth Year: 1874
Death Year: 1958

Jane Evelyn Hussy was born 8 February 1874 in Henniker, N.H. She was an invalid from rheumatism. She began writing verse as a child. The first were published when she was thirteen. At sixteen she began to write stories, articles and designs for crochet needlework for magazines. In 1898 her first hymns were published. She was a member of the Society of Friends.

Dianne Shapiro, from "The Singers and Their Songs: sketches of living gospel hymn writers" by Charles Hutchinson Gabriel (Chicago: The Rodeheaver Company, 1916)


Texts by Jennie Evelyn Hussey (50)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
يا منبع الحب اجعلنJennie Evelyn Hussey (Author)Arabic1
Blessed thought, that when our earthly toils are overJennie E. Hussey (Author)3
Consider now, said He, all the lilies of the fieldJennie Evelyn Hussey (Author)2
For the blessings all unnumberedJennie E. Hussey (Author)4
Had you dwelt in Bethlehem cityJennie E. Hussey (Author)5
Has a message come to you from the kingJennie E. Hussey (Author)2
Has your life been burdened with a weight of careJennie Evelyn Hussey (Author)2
Have you heard the master sayingJennie E. Hussey (Author)3
He is crowned with glory and honorJennie Evelyn Hussey (Author)2
He that is victor in the daily struggleJennie Evelyn Hussey (Author)2
I am but apenny, but I'll add my miteJennie Evelyn Hussey (Author)2
I never knew how beautiful this earthJennie E. Hussey (Author)2
I stood [all] alone at the bar of GodJennie Evelyn Hussey (Author)4
I stood beside the crimson tideJennie E. Hussey (Author)2
I think that among the most preciousJennie E. Hussey (Author)3
In lowly and hidden placesJennie E. Hussey (Author)2
In our days of care and sorrowJennie E. Hussey (Author)2
In this busy earthly kingdom there is work for all to doJennie Evelyn Hussey (Author)English2
Is Jesus grieved when the heart of sinJennie E. Hussey (Author)2
I've a very precious blessing in my soulJennie E. Hussey (Author)6
King of my life, I crown thee nowJennie Evelyn Hussey (Author)English116
Long ago 'twas told in storyJennie E. Hussey (Author)2
Long with sin my heart was burdenedJennie Evelyn Hussey (Author)2
Longing for help and healingJennie E. Hussey (Author)3
Love is a beautiful storyJennie Evelyn Hussey (Author)2
O child of the King, a message I bringJennie Evelyn Hussey (Author)2
O it is sweet to be serving todayJennie Evelyn Hussey (Author)2
O my brother, are you livingJennie Evelyn Hussey (Author)3
O soul unsaved from all your sinJennie E. Hussey (Author)2
O the wondrous mystic powerJennie Evelyn Hussey (Author)4
O Lord, keep watch between usJennie E. Hussey (Author)3
On this, the brightest dayJennie Evelyn Hussey (Author)2
Out of earth's heart breaking sorrow and anguishJennie Evelyn Hussey (Author)English2
Over the plains and hillsidesJennie E. Hussey (Author)4
Revival flames are kindlingJennie Evelyn Hussey (Author)4
Rey de mi vida tú eres hoyJennie E. Hussey (Author)Spanish5
The beautiful water lilyJennie Evelyn Hussey (Author)2
The bright summer days have been fleetingJennie Evelyn Hussey (Author)2
The Savior is standing with low bending headJennie Evelyn Hussey (Author)3
The sparrows sow and reap notJennie Evelyn Hussey (Author)2
There's a call for active workers for the LordJennie Evelyn Hussey (Author)English2
There's an evil in our land, And a foe we must withstandJennie Evelyn Hussey (Author)5
Unfathomed as the deepest seaJennie E. Hussey (Author)2
Unto the uttermostJennie Evelyn Hussey (Author)2
我今俯伏,生命的王 (Wǒ jīn fǔfú, shēngmìng de wáng)Jennie Evelyn Hussey (Author)Chinese2
When burdens press, and cares distressJennie E. Hussey (Author)2
When darkness surrounds meJennie E. Hussey (Author)3
When our feet have reached the summit of the weary hills of earthJennie E. Hussey (Author)5
When the Savior had gone into heavenJennie E. Hussey (Author)English2
Who shall ever separate us from the wondrous love of ChristJennie Evelyn Hussey (Author)5
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