|Short Name:||John J. Husband|
|Full Name:||Husband, John J., 1760-1825|
Rv John Jenkins Husband United Kingdom 1760-1825. Born in Plymouth, England, he worked as a clerk at Surrey Chapel. He emigrated to the U.S. in 1809 and taught music in Philadelphia, PA. It is surmised that he married Anna Elizabeth Kirkhum, but no other family information was found. An author and composer, he also worked as a clerk at St. Paul’s Protestant Episcopal Church. In 1807 he published “A collection of hymns & Psalms for the use of singing school & musical societies”. He died in Philadelphia, PA.
|Texts by John J. Husband (2)||As||Authority Languages||Instances|
|Rejoice and be glad, the Redeemer has come||John J. Husband (Author)||English||1|
|We praise thee, O God! For the Son of thy love||John J. Husband (Author)||English||1|