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James Rhodes

Meter: Composer of "EARLY DAWN"

Frank Hugh Slater

Meter: Composer of "CHERITON (Slater)"

W. G. Wills

1841 - 1891 Person Name: Whitefield G. Wills Meter: Author of "In Our Work and in Our Play" in The Cyber Hymnal Wills, Whitefield Glanville, son of the late H. O. Wills, of Bristol, was b. at Bristol Oct. 28, 1841, and died at Ealing Oct. 2, 1891. In 1881 he printed a small collection of original Hymns for Occasional Use. Three of his hymns are in School Hymns, 1891:— 1. Father, Thy children come to-night. [Evening.] Written about 1876; 1881 as above, p. 24. 2. In our work and in our play, Jesus, ever with us stay. [Children of God.] Written in Sept. 1891 for School Hymns, 1891, No. 335. 3. We bring to Thee, dear Saviour. [Trust in Jesus.] Written about 1880; 1881 as above, p. 9. The School Hymns, 1891, also contains a hymn by his wife, Lucy Helen née Hebblethwaite, which begins "Always with Thee I Ever near!" (Trust in God). [Rev. James Mearns, M.A.] --John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology, New Supplement (1907)

Sally Ann Morris

Meter: Composer of "EZRA D" in Voices Together

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Otto von Schwerin

Meter: Author (attributed to) of "Jesus, My Redeemer, Lives"

F. M. Owen

1842 - 1883 Person Name: Frances Mary Owen, 1842-1883 Meter: Author of "When Thy soldiers take their swords" in The Book of Praise Frances Mary Owen, née Synge, wife of the Rev. J. A. Owen, Assistant Master at Cheltenham College, was born April 16, 1842, and died June 19, 1883. --John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology, Appendix, Part II (1907)

James W. Bixel

1913 - 1999 Meter: Composer of "SILENT"

Greg Leavers

Person Name: Leavers Meter: Alterer of "As with gladness" in Complete Mission Praise

Milo Mahan

1819 - 1870 Person Name: Milo Mahan, 1819-1870 Meter: Translator (from German) of "Welcome God's And Mary's Son" in The Cyber Hymnal Born: May 24, 1819, Suffolk, Virginia. Died: September 3, 1870. Mahan, an Episcopal priest, was the St. Mark’s-in-the-Bowery Professor of Ecclesiastical History at the General Theological Seminary, New York. His works include: A Church History of the First Three Centuries (New York: Daniel Dana, Jr., 1860)


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