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George M. Vickers

1841 - 1941 Person Name: G. M. V. Author of "Guard the Flag" in New Songs of Pentecost No. 2

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Person Name: D. H. Welsh words, tr. of "Bendithia'n gwlad, ein Duw (God bless our native land)" in Welsh and English Hymns and Anthems

William J. Kirkpatrick

1838 - 1921 Person Name: William J. Kirkpatrick (1838-1921) Composer (melody) of "CRADLE SONG" in The Hymnal

Arthur Sullivan

1842 - 1900 Person Name: Sir A. Sullivan, 1842-1900 Arranger of "NOEL" in Methodist Hymn and Tune Book

J. Lewis (Jehu Lewis) Shuck

1812 - 1863 Person Name: J. Lewis Shuck Author of "My Dearest, Lovely, Native Land" in The Cyber Hymnal

Samuel Temple

Composer of "NATIVITY" in An American Christmas Harp Possibly but not certainly the same as the Samuel Temple (LOC n85351544), 1770-1816, who authored a number of arithmetic textbooks.

J. M. Pelton

Composer of "[Though far from native land I roam]" in Make Christ King

H. C. Blosser

Composer of "[Far from our dear native land so fair]" in Pearls of Praise

Phillips Brooks

1835 - 1893 Author of "O little town of Bethlehem, How still we see" in Church Hymns and Gospel Songs Brooks, Phillips, D.D., was born at Boston, Dec. 13, 1835, graduated at Harvard College 1855, and was ordained in 1859. Successively Rector of the Church of the Advent, Philadelphia, and Trinity Church, Boston, he became Bishop of Mass. in 1891, and died at Boston in Jan., 1893. His Carol, "O little town of Bethlehem," was written for his Sunday School in 1868, the author having spent Christmas, 1866, at Bethlehem. His hymn, "God hath sent His angels to the earth again," is dated 1877. --John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology, New Supplement (1907)

Jay Deavereaux

Composer of "AN AMERICAN HYMN" in Gloria Deo

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