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Thomas William

1761 - 1844 Author of "Dwy aden colomen, pe cawn" Known as: Thomas Williams, Thomas Williams, Bethesda Morganwg, Thomas Williams, Bethesda'r Fro, Thomas Williams, from the Vale of Glamorgan. See also Thomas Williams. ======================================== Williams, Thomas, of Bethesda'r Frô, was a minister with the Independents in South Wales. He was born at a farmhouse, called Trehedyn, near Cowbridge, Glamorganshire. In 1812 he published a collection of hymns, which he called Llais y Durtur, or The Voice of the Turtle Dove. In 1824 he published a new edition under the title of Dyfroedd Bethesd, containing 143 hymns and 10 songs. Many of his hymns are still used by all denominations in Wales. [Rev. W. Glanffrwd Thomas] -- John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)

William V. Spencer

Publisher of "" in Hymns for Young Children

William W. Woodward (Publisher)

Person Name: W. W. Woodward Publisher of "" in Hymns for Social Worship Philadelphia

William White & Co.

Publisher of "" in Hymns of Progress

William Williams

Person Name: William Williams Publisher of "" in Musica Sacra Utica, NY


Author of "Lord guide me down the steep of age"

A. Williams

1731 - 1776 Person Name: Aaron Williams Composer of "ST. THOMAS" in Psalter Hymnal (Gray) Aaron Williams (b. London, England, 1731; d. London, 1776) was a singing teacher, music engraver, and clerk at the Scottish Church, London Wall. He published various church music collections, some intended for rural church choirs. Representative of his compilations are The Universal Psalmodist (1763)— published in the United States as The American Harmony (1769)—The Royal Harmony (1766), The New Universal Psalmodist (1770), and Psalmody in Miniature (1778). His Harmonia Coelestis (1775) included anthems by noted composers. Bert Polman

A. D. Williams

Author of "Jesus is our King"

A. P. Williams

Composer of "[Driving away the gloom of night]" in Junior Praises


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