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Thomas Gallaudet

1822 - 1902 Hymnal Number: 3343 Author of "Jesus, in Sickness and in Pain" in The Cyber Hymnal Born: June 3, 1822, Hart­ford, Con­nec­ti­cut. Died: Au­gust 27, 1902, New York Ci­ty. Buried: Ce­dar Hill Cem­e­te­ry, Hart­ford, Con­nec­ti­cut. Gallaudet was or­dained to the di­a­co­nate June 16, 1850, and be­came an Epis­co­pal priest in 1851. Among his achieve­ments was the found­ing of St. Ann’s Church for Deaf Mutes in New York Ci­ty in 1852, which in ef­fect launched the Epis­co­pa­li­an miss­ion to the deaf. He al­so found­ed the Gal­lau­det Home for Deaf-Mutes, near Pough­keep­sie, New York, in 1885. Note: Gal­lau­det is oft­en con­fused with his fa­ther, Dr. Tho­mas Hop­kins Gall­au­det, found­er of the first Amer­i­can school for the deaf. Cyber Hymnal

James A. Banton

Person Name: Mrs. James A. Banton Hymnal Number: 15937 Composer of "[A dear little face looked up into mine]" in The Cyber Hymnal

William R. Landon

Hymnal Number: 9381 Alterer of "Show Me The Rock" in The Cyber Hymnal

Charlotte Abbey

Hymnal Number: 117723 Author of "Nearer The Cross" in The Cyber Hymnal

William Daman

1540 - 1591 Hymnal Number: 201 Composer of "SOUTHWELL (Daman)" in The Cyber Hymnal Aliases: Damon; Damano; Demaunde; Damond; Dymond Born: ca.1540 Died: 1591 Damon was a foreign composer resident in England. He arrived probably in England in 1566 as a servant of Sir Thomas Sackville. In 1576 he became a recorder player at the Court of Elizabeth I. He was described as having been born in "Luke" and "Lewklande" and, on the assumption that these names refer to Luik or Liège, it has been inferred that he was a Walloon. However contemporary London records describe him as an Italian and a later reference refers to him having been born in "Luke in Italy", i.e. Lucca. His unanglicised name may have been Gulielmo (or Gulielmus) Damano. Daman died from the effects of an ulcer and was buried at St Peter-le-Poer, London, on 26 March 1591. List of choral works: Beati omnes qui timent Dominum Confitebor tibi Domine Miserere nostri Domine Omnis caro gramen sit Praedicabo laudes tuae Domine Spem in alium Publications: The Psalmes of David in English Metre (1579) The Former Booke of Musicke of M. William Damon (1591) The Second Booke of Musicke of M. William Damon (1591)

Isaac G. Mitchell

Hymnal Number: 9302 Author of "Go Tell The Glad Tidings" in The Cyber Hymnal

John H. Gower

1855 - 1922 Person Name: John Henry Gower Hymnal Number: 1457 Composer of "GOWER'S LITANY" in The Cyber Hymnal

A. Mc. G.

Hymnal Number: 10787 Composer of "APOCALYPSE" in The Cyber Hymnal May be Addie McGranahan, the wife of James McGranahan

John Kent

1766 - 1843 Hymnal Number: 16128 Author of "Indulgent God! How Kind" in The Cyber Hymnal Kent, John, was born at Bideford, Devonshire, Dec. 1766, and died Nov. 15, 1843. As a working shipwright his opportunities for acquiring the education and polish necessary for the production of refined verse were naturally limited. His hymns are strongly worded, very earnest and simple, and intensely Calvinistic. A few were published in Samuel Reece's Collection, 1799. The first edition of his Collection of Original Gospel Hymns, was published in 1803, and the 10th edition, with "The Author's Experience," in verse, 264 hymns, 15 longer pieces, and a Life by his Son in 1861. The Calvinistic teaching so prominent in his hymns has restricted their use to a limited number of collections. The greatest use made of them in modern hymnbooks has been by Mr. Spurgeon (Our Own Hymn Book, 1866) and Mr. Snepp (Songs of Grace & Glory, 1872). In the following list the dates in brackets indicate the dates of publication:— 1. Before the Almighty began (1841). Election. 2. Betroth'd in love, ere time began (1803). Election. 3. Christ exalted is our song (1803). Christ the sin tier's Surety. 4. Come saints, and sing in sweet accord (1803). Stability of the Covenant. 5. Hark, how the blood-bought host above (1803). Election. 6. How sweet the notes of yonder choir (1841). Christmas. 7. In types and shadows we are told (1803). Pardon. 8. Indulgent God, how kind (1803). Electing Love. 9. Let Zion in her songs record (1803). Pardon--Grace exalted. 10. Love was the great self-moving cause (1803). Free Grace. 11. Precious is the Name of Jesus (1841). The Precious Name. 12. Salvation by grace, how charming the song (1803). Free Grace. 13. Saved from the damning power of sin (1803). Eternal Love. 14. Sons of God, in tribulation (1803). Affliction. 15. Sons of peace, redeemed by blood (1803). Good Friday. 16. Sovereign grace o'er sin abounding (1827). Perseverance of the faint. 17. 'Tis the Church triumphant singing (1803). Praise. 18. 'Twas not to make Jehovah's love (1803). Election. 19. 'Twas with an everlasting love (1803). Election. 20. What cheering words are these (1803). Safety in God. 21. With David's Lord, and ours (1803). The Divine Covenant. -- John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)

G. W. Linton

Person Name: George W. Linton Hymnal Number: 14401 Composer of "[A beautiful land by faith I see]" in The Cyber Hymnal


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