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Where the great ships, passing

Where the great ships, passing

Author: May A. Rowland
Published in 4 hymnals

Author: May A. Rowland

Rowland, May. Born in Oxfordshire, England, the youngest daughter of Thomas Rowland. He died while she was young, and she then lived with her grandparents at Wootton, Oxfordshire. Educated at Bueau Down House School, Burnham on Sea, Somerset. Church worker at All Souls Church and ran a Bible class for "lads" for many years. The All Souls Parish Magazine noted that "many men now engaged in the commercial and business life of the town remember her with real affection." --Information taken from a letter from Mrs. G.H. Faulkner, cousin to May Rowland, to Miss Holden, 27 January 1963. DNAH Archives. Go to person page >

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First Line: Where the great ships, passing
Author: May A. Rowland

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Instances (1 - 4 of 4)

The Methodist Hymnal #d545

The New Hymnal of Praise #d399

The Student Hymnary #d405

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