C. Kinchen

Short Name: C. Kinchen
Full Name: Kinchen, C. (Charles), d. 1742
Death Year: 1742

Kinchen, Charles, educated at Corpus Christi College, Oxford (B.A. 1729); an associate of the Wesleys; became Rector of Dummer, Hants; then joined the Fetter Lane Society, and d. Jan. 4, 1742.

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

Texts by C. Kinchen (14)sort descendingAsInstances
Are you formed a creature newC. Kinchen (Author)2
Grace, grace, O that's a welcome [joyful] soundC. Kinchen (Author)4
Happy race of witnessesC. Kinchen (Author)2
I am a little child you seeC. Kinchen (Author)7
Jesus all praise is due to theeC. Kinchen (Author)1
Lord! bring me to resignC. Kinchen (Author)1
Lord Jesus Christ, all praise to theeC. Kinchen (Translator)2
Lord, take my sinful, worthless heartC. Kinchen (Author)2
Sinners, come, the Savior seeC. Kinchen (Translator)1
The Savior's blood and righteousnessC. Kinchen (Translator)1
The Son of God who framed the skiesC. Kinchen (Author)2
Thou, gracious Savior, for my goodC. Kinchen (Author)3
Unto the Lamb of GodC. Kinchen (Author)1
When the due time had taken placeC. Kinchen (Author)1
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