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Benjamin A. Whaples

1837 - 1866 Composer of "WOLLASTON" in Christian Song

Reg Wharekura

Author of "Whakatau mai te Atua" in Alleluia Aotearoa

Wharton & Barron

Publisher of "" in Windows of Heaven Baltimore

Emma Richardson Wharton

Author of "India's Famine Cry" in Favorite Solos

F. Wharton

Translator of "Almighty God, I call to Thee"

H. M. Wharton

1848 - 1928 Author of "My Savior" Wharton, Henry Marvin, clergyman; b. Sept. 11, 1848; d. June 23, 1928; also the author of Pulpit, pew and platform (1890); Picnic in Palestine (1892), War songs and poems of the Southern Confederacy, 1861-1865, 1904, and White blood (1906), Confederate soldier

James Wharton

Composer of "[Forever here my rest shall be]" in Gospel Songs of Grace and Glory

Morton Bryan Wharton

1839 - 1908 Author of "Jesus Every Day"

Emma J. Whately

Translator of "Amid life's wild commotion"

Richard Whately

1787 - 1863 Person Name: Richard Whately, 1787-1863 Author (st. 3) of "God, That Madest Earth and Heaven" in Trinity Hymnal (Rev. ed.) Whately, Richard, D.D., born in London, Feb. 1, 1787; educated at Oriel College, Oxford; Bampton Lecturer, 1822; Principal of St. Alban's Hall, Oxford, 1825; and Archbishop of Dublin, 1831. He died in Dublin, Oct. 8, 1863. His association with hynmody is very slight. In 1860 he published his Lectures on Prayer, in which were several translations of German hymns by his eldest daughter, Miss Emma Jane Whately. Dean Dickinson, from whom we have received this information, also says that the Archbishop's hymn "Thou to Whom all power is given" (Lent), was written circa 1830. It was first published in the 1st edition of the Irish Church Hymnal, 1855. The Archbishop's youngest daughter, Blanche, was also a writer of hymns. --John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology, Appendix, Part II (1907)


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