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John Anketell

1835 - 1905 Person Name: Rev. John Anketell, 1835-1905 Translator of "O thou who in that last sad night" in Hymnal and Liturgies of the Moravian Church Anketell, John, M.A., was born at New Haven, Connecticut, U.S.A., March 8, 1835, and educated at Yale College, and the University of- Halle-Wittenberg, Prussian Saxony. He was ordained deacon of the American Episcopalian Church in 1859, and priest in 1860. He founded (Stanza John's (American) Episcopal Church in Dresden in 1869. Subsequently he became Professor of Hebrew and Greek Exegesis in the Seabury Divinity School. Mr. Anketell published in 1889 Gospel and Epistle Hymns for the Christian Year, N.Y. He has also translated about 120 hymns from the German, Greek, Latin, Hebrew, French, Spanish, Danish, Italian, and Syriac, which were published in the Church Review, N.Y., 1876 and later, and in other periodicals. A few of those from the Latin are noted in Duffield's Latin Hymn-Writers, &c, 1889. Mr. Anketell's original hymns number about 150. Both these and his translations are worthy of notice. He died March 9, 1905. --John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology, Appendix, Part II (1907)

Lester Bork

Author of "In Christ, Our Liberty" in Baptist Hymnal 1991

Nickolas J. Campbell

Person Name: Nick Campbell Author of "Prayer of Great Thanksgiving for Ordinary Time, Part 8" in Discipleship Ministries Collection

J. T. Gaskill

Person Name: J T Gaskell Author of "Did Jesus Die for You and Me?" in The A.M.E. Zion Hymnal

Simon Zachariah

b. 1951 Translator of "ഇന്നെയോളം തുണച്ചോനെ" in The Cyber Hymnal

William Kaina

b. 1932 Person Name: William Kaina, 1932- Translator of "KO KAKOU AKUA KOKUA MAU" in Na Himeni Haipule Hawaii

Steven Bailey

Author of "For Years to Come" in Hymns for a Pilgrim People

J. S. De Silva

1868 - 1940 Person Name: John Simon De Silva Translator of "අතීතයේදිද මතුන්" in The Cyber Hymnal

Nancy Faus

Author of "Wake Up, O Christians" in The Brethren Songbook

Helen Woodward Greenwood

1880 - 1959 Person Name: Helen W. Greenwood Author of "As once again we gather here" in Isles of Shoals Hymn Book and Candle Light Service Greenwood, Helen Woodward. (Leominster, Massachusetts, April 18, 1880--April 2, 1959, Leominster). She was for many years engaged in secretarial work for the General Alliance of Unitarian Women at 25 Beacon Street, Boston. A hymn by her, beginning "As once again we gather here" is included in the Isles of Shoals Hymn Book, 1908. --Henry Wilder Foote, DNAH Archives


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