|Short Name:||John Lawley|
|Full Name:||Lawley, John, 1859-1922|
Born: December 31, 1859, Foulden, Norfolk, England.
Died: September 9, 1922, Watford, Hertfordshire, England.
At his memorial service, Salvation Army General Bramwell Booth said, "He sang his way through this life and he will sing his way through Eternity."
Buried: Abney Park Cemetery, London, England.
Son of farm worker John Lawley, young John worked on farms until his family moved to Bradford, where he became an "engine-lad." He came to a Christ at a meeting in Pullan’s Theater in Bradford, and a few months later became a Christian Missions evangelist. He wrote his first Gospel song in 1878 while serving at Jarrow-on-Tyne. He went on to work at Salvation Army (SA) corps and divisions, with SA founder William Booth for over 20 years, and also with SA General Bramwell Booth.
Taylor, p. 349
|Texts by John Lawley (11)||As||Instances|
|Come, with me visit Calvary||John Lawley (Author)||4|
|Give us a day of wonders||John Lawley (Author)||3|
|Have you seen the crucified||John Lawley (Author)||3|
|How dark and dreadful is the place||John Lawley (Author)||2|
|Jesus laid his glory by||John Lawley (Author)||2|
|Near thy cross assembled, Master||John Lawley (Author)||3|
|O happy, happy day, When old things passed away||John Lawley (Author)||3|
|Though thunders roll and darkened be the sky||John Lawley (Author)||3|
|Wanted, hearts baptized with fire||John Lawley (Author)||4|
|Weary wanderer, wilt thou listen||John Lawley (Author)||3|
|When Jesus was born in the manger||John Lawley (Author)||5|