|Short Name:||John Marckant|
|Full Name:||Marckant, John|
Marckant, John, fl. 1562; one of contributors to the Sternhold & Hopkins metrical psalter of 1562; inducted vicar of Clacton-Magna 1559; Vicar of Shopland, Essex 1563-8.
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Marckant was Incumbent of Clacton Magna (1559) & Shopland (1563-68), England. He wrote only few small pieces: a political poem on Lord Wentworth (1558-59); a New Year’s gift entitled With Speed Return to God; and Verses to Divers Good Purposes (circa 1580). He also contributed four entries to the metrical version of the Psalms known as the Old Version.
Hughes, pp. 141-46
Julian, p. 863
|Texts by John Marckant (6)||As||Authority Languages||Instances|
|O Lord I am not puffed in mind||John Marckant (Author)||Latin||2|
|O Lord turn not away thy face||John Markant (Author)||English||4|
|O Lord, turn not Thy face from me||Rev. John Marckant (Author)|
|O Lord, turn not thy face away||John Marckant, 16th century (Author)||English||39|
|Remember Davids troubles Lord||M. (Author)||English||2|
|Search me, O God, and know my heart, Try me, and know each thought (Batty, Marckant, Taylor)||Markant (Author)|