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Person Name: Whilde Author of "Whilst far and wide thy scattered sheep"

Christina Wilde

Author of "There Was One, There Were Two (The Children's Band)"

Earle F. Wilde

Person Name: E. F. W. Author of "God's Plan for My Life" in Inspiring Gospel Solos and Duets No. 2

Mrs. Earle F. Wilde

Composer of "[There's a pattern in the heavens for my life down here on earth]" in Inspiring Gospel Solos and Duets No. 2

Hattie I. Wilde

Author of "Savior, Take Me Now"

J. T. Wilde

Person Name: Rev. J. T. Wilde Author of "My Beloved" in Triumphant Praises

James A. Wilde

Author of "Intercessions" in Glory and Praise (3rd. ed.)

Jane Francesca Elgee Wilde

Person Name: Jane F. Wilde Translator (from Italian) of "Jesus, Refuge of the Weary" in The Cyber Hymnal See Wilde, Lady, 1826-1896

Lady Wilde

1826 - 1896 Person Name: J. F. Wilde, 1826-96 Translator of "Jesus, Refuge of the Weary" in Evangelical Lutheran Hymnary Wilde, Jane Francesca, née Elgee. Lady Wilde was daughter of Archdeacon Elgee, born at Wexford in 1826; married Dr., afterwards Sir, William Wilde, the Dublin oculist, 1851; and died at Chelsea, Feb. 3, 1896. [Rev. James Mearns, M.A.] --John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology, New Supplement (1907) ====================== Wilde, Jane Francesca Elgee, Lady, 1826-1896; usage: Lady Wilde ("Speranza") began contrib. verse/prose to "The nation" using pseud. "John Fanshawe Ellis" or "Speranza"; 1851: married William Wilder (1864 knighted); Jane Wilde d. 3 Feb. 1896 LOC Name Authority

Mark L. C. Wilde

Author of "When my life and its mysteries"


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