|Short Name:||J. Freeman Young|
|Full Name:||Young, J. Freeman (John Freeman), 1820-1885|
John Freeman Young (1820-1885)
Born: October 30, 1820, Pittston, Maine.
Died: November 15, 1885, New York City.
Buried: Old City Cemetery, Jacksonville, Florida.
Young attended Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut; Wesleyan Seminary, Readfield, Maine; and the Virginia Theological Seminary, Alexandria, Virginia. Ordained a Protestant Episcopal minister, he served in Texas, Mississippi, Louisiana, and New York, and became the second bishop of Florida in 1867. His works include:
Carols for Christmas Tide (New York: Daniel Dana, Jr., 1859)
Hymns and Music for the Young, 1860-61
Great Hymns of the Church (editor; published posthumously in 1887 by John H. Hopkins)
|Texts by J. Freeman Young (8)||As||Authority Languages||Instances|
|بالسلام . بالسلام||John F. Young (Author)||Arabic||1|
|في الدجى والسكون||John F. Young (Author)||Arabic||1|
|All Thy works, O heavenly Father||J. F. Young (Author)||English||5|
|Đêm thánh vô cùng Giây, phút tưng bừng (Silent night! Holy night!)||John F. Young (Translator (into English))||English, Vietnamese||2|
|Noche de paz, noche de amor||John F. Young, 1820-1885 (Translator (English))||Spanish||2|
|Polai e, Pokamaha'o||J. Freeman Young (Translator (into English))||Hawaiian||2|
|Silent night! Holy night! Slumber reigns! Naught in sight||John Freeman Young, 1820-1885 (Translator (English))||1|
|Silent night, holy night, All is calm, all is bright||J. F. Young (Author)||English||385|