Harold Green

Short Name: Harold Green
Full Name: Green, Harold, 1871-1930
Birth Year: 1871
Death Year: 1930

Born: October 23, 1871, Helme, York, England.
Died: December 20, 1930, Malenge Farm, Umzimkalu, Cape Province, South Africa.

Englishman Harold Green was a pastor’s son. He served with the South Africa General Mission in Pondoland, a region on the eastern coast of South Africa. In 1920, when another missionary, Emily May Grimes Crawford wrote a hymn called "The Quiet Hour," Green provided the tune for it.


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