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Robert H. Westwood

Author of "Risen in the Power of God"

M. H. Wetherbee

Author of "God's Spirit smiles in flowers"

Mrs. Oscar Wetherholt

Person Name: O. Wetherholt Author of "Great is thy love, O God"

James S. Wetherington

Author of "I'm going there"

Barbara Wetherly

Author of "I want to help someone in their fight"

Fred E. Wetherly

Author of "The midshipmite"

Truman S. Wetmore

1774 - 1861 Author of "Let music roll in mournful strains" Born in Winchester, Connecticut 12 August 1774

Hampus Wetterling

1830 - 1870 Person Name: Hampus Wetterling, 1830-1870 Composer of "WETTERLING" in The Covenant Hymnal

G. W. Wettman

Author of "O welch' ein heilig Abendmaho"

H. Davan Wetton

1862 - 1928 Person Name: Henry D. Wetton Composer of "[Long, long ago in Bethlehem]" in The Cyber Hymnal Henry’s parents were Henry Davan & Sarah Wetton of Hayward’s Heath, Sussex. He was a chorister at St. Mary’s Church, Stoke Newington, and served as organist at All Saints’ Church, Stoke Newington (1877-84); Christ Church, Woburn Square (1884-86); St. Gabriel’s Church, Pimlico (1886-89 and 1890-93); sub-organist at Wells Cathedral (1890); assistant organist to Frederick Bridge at Westminster Abbey (1881-96); organist and choirmaster, Finchley Parish Church (1892-93); organist and chorus-master, Queen’s Hall Choral Society (1893-94 season); organist and choirmaster, St. Paul’s, Finchley (1895-96); and organist at Alexandra Palace (1901). He also conducted the choir of the People’s Palace (1902-03); played the organ and directed the choir at the Foundling Hospital, London; and headed the Music Department at Northampton Institute, Clerkenwell. (Sources: Who’s Who, part II, p. 1715.) © The Cyber Hymnal™ (


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