Born: 1837, Dublin, Ireland.
Died: 1910, Timahoe, Queens County, Ireland.
Cluff attended Trinity College and became a minister in the Church of Ireland (Anglican). He pastored in various locations in Ireland. In 1884, he became the leader of the Plymouth Brethren. He wrote about 1,000 songs, and composed many melodies and oratories. His works include:
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