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J. William Suffern

Hymnal Number: 178 Author of "Angel Band" in The Cyber Hymnal

G. P. Grantham

1833 - 1933 Person Name: George Grantham Hymnal Number: 179 Author of "Angel Hosts in Bright Array" in The Cyber Hymnal Born: Circa 1833, London, Middlesex, England. Christened: February 24, 1833, St. John the Baptist Church, Shoreditch, London. As of 1881, Grantham was Vicar of Llanbaddock, Wales. Some of his work appeared in Carols for Use in Church, by Richard Chope (London: William Clowes & Sons, 1894).

Elva Irene Abbott

Person Name: Elva I. Abbott Hymnal Number: 11555 Author of "Jesus Died For Me" in The Cyber Hymnal

G. Waring Stebbins

1869 - 1930 Person Name: George Waring Stebbins Hymnal Number: 1299 Composer of "[Easter flowers are blooming bright]" in The Cyber Hymnal

Kent Schneider

b. 1946 Person Name: Kent E. Schneider Hymnal Number: 6614 Author of "There's a Church Within Us, O Lord" in The Cyber Hymnal

Nellie H. Butler

b. 1865 Hymnal Number: 8011 Author of "O God, Today We May Forget" in The Cyber Hymnal Daughter of a Baptist minister, Butler was already contributing to the Chicago Weekly Magazine as a teenager. As of 1888, she was living in Highland Park, Illinois. Sources: Smith, p. 79 © The Cyber Hymnal™. Used by permission. (

Mrs. W. W. Savage

Hymnal Number: 9417 Author of "Marching To The Land Above" in The Cyber Hymnal

Lucia May Smith

Hymnal Number: 580 Composer of "ASHLAND" in The Cyber Hymnal

E. Norman Gunnison

1837 - 1880 Person Name: Elisha Norman Gunnison, 1837-1880 Hymnal Number: 4985 Author of "O House of Many Mansions" in The Cyber Hymnal Born: May 15, 1837, Charlestown, Massachusetts. Gunnison’s poems appeared in Scribner’s Magazine, The Christian at Work, & the Daily Southern Cross. His works include: Our Stars for the Army of the Potomac (Ringwalt & Brown, 1863) One Summer’s Dream: An Idyll of the Vineyard and Other Poems (York, Pennsylvania: Hiram Young, 1875) Toni and Moidl: A Tale of the Border Tyrol Between Austria and Bavaria (San Francisco, California: A. J. Leary, 1884) Windsheim Bells and Other Poems (San Francisco, California: 1884) The Miracle of St. Kümmerniss (San Francisco, California: Commercial Publishing Company, 1887)

Amelia Minerva Starkweather

1840 - 1940 Hymnal Number: 7324 Author of "When I Stand in Yonder City" in The Cyber Hymnal


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