|Short Name:||M. St. Leon Loud|
|Full Name:||Loud, Marguerite St. Leon Barstow, 1812-1889|
Born: April 17, 1812, Wysox, Pennsylvania.
Died: November 4, 1889, Kenyon, Minnesota.
Buried: Kenyon, Minnesota.
Marguerite was the daughter of Dr. Seth T. & Clarissa Woodruff Barstow. In 1842, she married John Loud, a Philadelphia piano maker. She spent most of her adult life in Philadelphia. Her works include:
Wayside Flowers, edited by Park Benjamin (Boston, Massachusetts: 1851)
Julian, p. 310
|Texts by M. St. Leon Loud (6)||As||Authority Languages||Instances|
|Did the Prince of Glory die||Mrs. M. St. Leon Loud (Author)||1|
|Draw near, ye weary, bowed, and broken hearted||Marguerite S. B. Loud (Author)||7|
|Hear, O hear me, heavenly Father||Mrs. M. St. Leon Loud (Author)||3|
|Our youth is like the opening day||M. St. Leon Loud (Author)||5|
|Sing praises, sing praises, to Jesus belongs||M. St. Leon Loud (Author)||3|
|The Lord of glory condescends||Mrs. M. St. Leon Loud (Author)||2|