M. A. Kidder

Short Name: M. A. Kidder
Full Name: Kidder, M. A. (Mary Ann), 1820-1905
Birth Year: 1820
Death Year: 1905

Born: March 16, 1820, Boston, Massachusetts.
Died: November 25, 1905, Chelsea, Massachusetts.
Buried: Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett, Massachusetts.

Kidder, Mary Ann, née Pepper, who was born in Boston, Massachusetts, March 16, 1820, is the author of "Lord, I care not for riches" (Name in the Book of Life desired), and "We shall sleep, but not for ever" (Hope of the Resurrection), both of which are in I. D. Sankey's Sacred Songs & Solos, 1878.

--John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology, Appendix, Part II (1907)

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Kidder, Mary Ann, née Pepper, p. 1576, i. Mrs. Kidder died at Chelsea, Mass., Nov. 25, 1905. She was a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church, and resided for 46 years in New York City.

--John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology, New Supplement (1907)


Texts by M. A. Kidder (191)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
A radiant shore of light and loveMary Ann Kidder (Author)5
Above the waves of earthly strifeMary Ann Kidder (Author)26
Although 'tis many years since temperance work begunMary A. Kidder (Author)3
Am I a lover of the LordMary A. Kidder (Author)4
Are you weary, heavy laden (Kidder)Mary Ann Kidder (Author)2
Be kind to thy pastor - for many long yearsMrs. M. A. Kidder (Author)2
Bear the news to every nationMrs. M. A. Kidder (Author)3
Beautiful Eden, refuge of peaceMrs. Mary A. Kidder, 1870 (Author)12
Beautiful spirit of faithMary A. Kidder (Author)2
Before I strive to save poor soulsMrs. M. A. Kidder (Author)4
Bei der Arbeit, auf der Reise, Sing ich Zions-lieder gernMary A. Kidder (Author)German1
Bethlehem star, sweet gem of lightMary Ann Kidder (Author)5
Blessed Lord, thy invitationMary Ann Kidder (Author)9
Blow, ye golden trumpets, blowMary Ann Kidder (Author)9
Brethren, let us work for JesusMary A. Kidder (Author)2
Bright is the joy of the girl or boyMary A. Kidder (Author)3
Cherish kindly feelings, childrenMary Ann Kidder (Author)7
Children, blest with every comfortMary A. Kidder (Author)2
Come, come, come to the fount clear and sweetMary A. Kidder (Author)4
Come each with happy heartMary A. Kidder (Author)2
Courage, courage, brothers, courageMrs. M. A. Kidder (Author)2
Crowned with light in a home of gloryMary Ann Kidder (Author)6
Dark is my skyMary A. Kidder (Author)2
Dear Savior, all I think or doMary Ann Kidder (Author)11
Don't be idle, little childrenMary Ann Kidder (Author)2
Don't drink it, Tom, don't drink itMary Ann Kidder (Author)2
Don't forget to do goodMrs. M. A. Kidder (Author)1
Don't forget to read the BibleMary A. Kidder (Author)4
Edena nani! mala maikaiMrs. M. A. Kidder (Author)Hawaiian2
Ej mig jorden förnöjerM. A. Kidder (Author)Swedish2
Ere you left your room this morningMary Ann Kidder (Author)English119
Every day I am nearer Canaan's shoreMary Ann Kidder (Author)3
Far away beyond the shadows (Kidder)Mary A. Kidder (Author)2
Fear not, little flock, says the Savior divineMary Ann Kidder (Author)28
For many years we've waitedMary Ann Kidder (Author)4
Forward shall be our watchwordMary Ann Kidder (Author)3
Glory in the highest, glory, Saints and angels praise the mornMary A. Kidder (Author)4
Go to Sunday school, Children doMary A. Kidder (Author)2
Good news and glad tidingsM. A. K. (Author)4
Gud, jag frågar ej efter hvarken makt eller guldMary Ann Kidder (Author)Swedish4
Gud, jeg spørger ei efterMary A. Kidder (Author)Norwegian2
Hail, hail, hail, hail, blessed SabbathMary A. Kidder (Author)3
Hail to this our festal greetingMary Ann Kidder (Author)2
Happy and gay, I will hasten awayMary Ann Kidder (Author)4
Happy, happy festal day [eve]Mary Ann Kidder (Author)3
Hark, and hear them singingMrs. M. A. Kidder (Author)2
Have you paid, or care, or sorrowMary Ann Kidder (Author)4
Heavenly land beautiful land, how I longMrs. M. A. Kidder (Author)2
Herr, ich bitt' nicht um ReichtumMary A. Kidder (Author)German1
Herr, nicht fleh' ich um ReichtumMary Ann Kidder (Author)1
Holy and bright in the sweet sunlightMrs. M. A. Kidder (Author)4
How I long to be there, where my spiritMary Ann Kidder (Author)3
How sweet 'tis to thinkMary Ann Kidder (Author)4
How sweet will be the welcome homeMary Ann Kidder (Author)25
I am bought not with richesMary Ann Kidder (Author)2
I am bought not with riches, Neither silver nor goldM. A. K. (Author)2
I dreamed a dream of heavenMrs. M. A. Kidder (Author)2
I have a home upon the earthMary A. Kidder (Author)2
I hear not a footstepMary A. Kidder (Author)3
I look in vain for lightMary A. Kidder (Author)2
I met a poor wanderer todayMrs. M. A. Kidder (Author)2
Ich begehre nicht ReichtumM. A. Kidder (Author)German1
I'll labor for the SaviorMary Ann Kidder (Author)2
In the church of the LordMary A. Kidder (Author)3
In the highways, or the hedgesMary Ann Kidder (Author)2
Is it well with your soul today, brother, Is it well with you today?Mrs. M. A. Kidder (Author)3
Is my name written thereMary A. Kidder (Author)English2
It should ever be our ruleMrs. M. A. Kidder (Author)2
I've wandered all day in the pitless stormMary A. Kidder (Author)2
Jesus, help me day by dayMary Ann Kidder (Author)2
Jesus, I come to the fountMary Ann Kidder (Author)2
Jesus, I turn to theeMary Ann Kidder (Author)9
Jesus my Savior, O keep me and guide meM. A. Kidder (Author)1
Jesus wants a messengerMary Ann Kidder (Author)3
Joy, joy, joy today, Joy, joy, joy today, We are marching onMary A. Kidder (Author)3
Kuko ola a'e au laMrs. Mary A. Kidder (Author)Hawaiian3
Lambs of the SaviorMary Ann Kidder (Author)4
Leave me with Jesus, I ask for no otherMary A. Kidder (Author)4
Let the children rejoice in Christ their KingMary Ann Kidder (Author)2
Let us sing with joyMary A. Kidder (Author)2
Long my spirit pined in sorrowMrs. M. A. Kidder (Author)24
Look on me, Savior mineMary A. Kidder (Author)2
Lord, I care not for riches, neither silver nor goldMary Ann Kidder (Author)English352
Make us faithful, blessed SaviorMary A. Kidder (Author)2
Many sleep, but not foreverMary A. Kidder (Author)2
Mich verlangt nicht nach SchätzenMary A. Kidder (Author)German5
Mother, watch the little feetMary A. Kidder (Author)5
No matter what temptationsMary Ann Kidder (Author)4
Now, Uncle Sam, though well preparedMary Ann Kidder (Author)2
O, blessed bond that makes us oneMrs. M. A. Kidder (Author)2
O Father, behold thy wondering childMary A. Kidder (Author)2
O give the drunkard freedomMary A. Kidder (Author)2
O happy, happy tidingsMary A. Kidder (Author)2
O how I love the SabbathMary Ann Kidder (Author)2
O how my spirit longs for theeMary Ann Kidder (Author)17
O I'm a happy bluebird, sober, as you seeMary A. Kidder (Author)3
O Jesus, precious, bleeding LambMary Ann Kidder (Author)4
O Jesus, we praise theeMary Ann Kidder (Author)2
O leave the crowded ranks of sinMary A. Kidder (Author)2
O let me sing the blessed songMary A. Kidder (Author)2
O let not your hearts be troubledMary A. Kidder (Author)12
O touch not the wine cup, dear brotherMary Ann Kidder (Author)2
O where are your hearts so lightMary A. Kidder (Author)2
O where do you journey my brotherMary Ann Kidder (Author)4
O who is my neighbor pray tell meMrs. M. A. Kidder (Author)8
Of all the sweet and holy soundsMrs. M. A. Kidder (Author)2
O have you seen the King of kingsMrs. M. A. Kidder (Author)3
O we love our faithful pastorMrs. M. A. Kidder (Author)2
On the sweet Eden shore, so peaceful and brightMrs. M. A. Kidder (Author)12
On this beautiful Sabbath day, brotherMary Ann Kidder (Author)2
Only just across the river, over on the other sideMary Ann Kidder (Author)14
Only this time, is the drunkard's cryMary Ann Kidder (Author)3
Open the door for the childrenMary Ann Kidder (Author)English81
Our glorious flag, it floats on highMrs. M. A. Kidder (Author)2
Pressing onward looking upwardMary A. Kidder (Author)3
Rain down righteousness O JesusMary A. Kidder (Author)2
Read, for the Bible's cheerful pageMary A. Kidder (Author)2
Sag bruder wohin willst du gehenMary A. Kidder (Author)German1
Savior, keep me near Thy sideMrs. M. A. Kidder (Author)3
Savior, walk Thou still beside usMary Ann Kidder (Author)6
Savior, we wait for TheeMary Ann Kidder (Author)3
Say, earthly pilgrim, why delayMary A. Kidder (Author)2
Seek the face and favorMary Ann Kidder (Author)2
Shall we meet no more to partMary Ann Kidder (Author)3
Shepherd, we stray, show us the wayM. A. Kidder (Author)3
Songs of praise to thee, my SaviorMary A. Kidder (Author)2
Soon, O soon, I am going overM. A. K. (Author)1
Speed away, speed away, happy soul of the blestMary A. Kidder (Author)6
Strains of music often greet meMary Ann Kidder (Author)21
Strength for today is our only [all that we] needMary Ann Kidder (Author)3
Strength for today, that the weary heartsMary A. Kidder (Author)2
Strike, O strike for victoryMary Ann Kidder (Author)22
Sweet is the Savior's voiceMary Ann Kidder (Author)2
Sweet salvation runneth freeMary A. Kidder (Author)2
Sweetly dawns the Sabbath morningMrs. M. A. Kidder (Author)1
Tell me, sun, in the clear blue skyMary Ann Kidder (Author)2
Tell me, watchman on the steepMary A. Kidder (Author)3
The angels are coming upon their sweet missionMary A. Kidder (Author)2
The dewy, dewy rose of SharonMrs. M. A. Kidder (Author)5
The kingdom of Jesus is threaten'd we knowM. A. Kidder (Author)2
The lambs of the flockMary A. Kidder (Author)2
The Lord, our God, is King, His rule, his name is loveMary A. Kidder (Author)4
The pleasures of the angel bandMary Ann Kidder (Author)5
The Sabbath bell so gayly breaksMrs. Mary A. Kidder (Author)3
The sun rose clear on Sabbath mornMary A. Kidder (Author)2
The sweet spring time is hereMary A. Kidder (Author)2
Then palms of victory, crowns of gloryMary A. Kidder (Author)English1
There is a home in gloryMary Ann Kidder (Author)3
There is a land, a peaceful landMary Ann Kidder (Author)3
There is a land of loveMary Ann Kidder (Author)5
There is many a rest in [on] the road of lifeMary Ann Kidder (Author)7
Though I'm but a little maidenMary A. Kidder (Author)2
Though the pathway is roughMary Ann Kidder (Author)2
Though we sleep, 'tis not foreverMary Ann Kidder (Author)4
Thoughtless sinner, while you stayMrs. M. A. Kidder (Author)4
'Tis better to seek JesusMary Ann Kidder (Author)2
'Tis sweet with true and earnest willMary A. Kidder (Author)2
Vi skal sove, men ei evigtMary Ann Kidder (Author)Norwegian1
Wanderers from God and from mercy we strayMrs. M. A. Kidder (Author)4
We are coming, blessed Savior, We hearKidder (Author)2
We are marching on to glory (Kidder)Mary Ann Kidder (Author)6
We are on our way to Zion's holy hillMary Ann Kidder (Author)7
We have heard the callMary Ann Kidder (Author)2
We love the shining starsMary Ann Kidder (Author)2
We may sleep, but not foreverMary Ann Kidder (Author)5
We shall sleep, but not foreverMary Ann Kidder (Author)52
We soon shall be over the riverMary Ann Kidder (Author)2
We'll proclaim it from the mountainsMary Ann Kidder (Author)2
We've 'listed in the holy warMrs. M. A. Kidder (Author)4
When I draw near thy pearly gateMrs. M. A. Kidder (Author)4
When I think of Jesus' love, Jesus, blessed JesusMary Ann Kidder (Author)9
When I'm dreaming, sadly dreamingMary Ann Kidder (Author)6
When light comes o'er the plainMary Ann Kidder (Author)4
When my sins before me lieMary A. Kidder (Author)2
When rosey morning dawnethMary A. Kidder (Author)2
When sorrows brood above meMary A. Kidder (Author)2
When the heart is bowed in anguishMary Ann Kidder (Author)2
When the rosy morning dawnethMrs. M. A. Kidder (Author)3
When the scenes of earth have fadedMary A. Kidder (Author)3
When the way looks darkMary A. Kidder (Author)2
When we go up from JordanMary Ann Kidder (Author)3
Whether joys possess the soulMrs. M. A. Kidder (Author)2
While we're singingMrs. M. A. Kidder (Author)3
Why despond, though trials comeMrs. M. A. Kidder (Author)3
Why, my laddie, to my questionMary A. Kidder (Author)2
Why should I covet richesMary A. Kidder (Author)1
Why should we love the waysMary Ann Kidder (Author)2
Wonderful cross by faith I seeAnon. (Author)4
Would you know where the birds sing sweetestMary A. Kidder (Author)6
Ye who know the Lord of gloryMary Ann Kidder (Author)4
Yonder the flowers immortal growMary A. Kidder (Author)2

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