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Composer: Henry Wells Hardy (ca. 1865)
Published in 3 hymnals

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Composer: Henry Wells Hardy

Born: 1820, Chel­sea, Lon­don, England. Died: Jan­u­a­ry 1893, East­bourne, Sus­sex, Eng­land. Henry’s par­ents were Will­iam Wells Har­dy and So­phia Hardy. In the ear­ly part of his ca­reer, he held var­i­ous or­gan ap­point­ments in Eng­land, in­clud­ing or­gan­ist of the par­ish church of Ot­tery St. Ma­ry, Dev­on, and in Ber­bice, Bri­tish Gui­a­na (now Guy­a­na). The 1851 Bri­tish cen­sus lists him as a Pro­fess­or of Mu­sick, liv­ing in Ot­tery St. Ma­ry with his wife Har­ri­ett (a gov­ern­ess) and their two-year-old daugh­ter Edith (who had been born in Ber­bice). In the mid-1850s the fam­i­ly moved to East­bourne, where they would make their home at Ber­bice Vil­la, Hard­wi… Go to person page >

Tune Information

Composer: Henry Wells Hardy (ca. 1865)
Incipit: 34321 24334 65321
Key: E♭ Major
Copyright: Public Domain



The Cyber Hymnal #2031
Text: Great Source of Unexhausted Good
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The Cyber Hymnal #2031

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