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Person: HAYCRAFT, Mrs M.S.  (c.1855-1936)

Biographical summary of this person
Full name
Mrs Margaret Scott HAYCRAFT
Gender
female
Relevance of this person
author of stories and services of song used with slide sets
Main period of activity
1880s-1900s
Relationships to other people

name before marriage MACRITCHIE, Miss M.S. [name before marriage]

Chronology
Date
Age
Event/activity
2 April 1871
~16
census record
1871 Census of England and Wales, RG10/741.46.27
1883
~28
marriage
England and Wales index of marriages, 1883 q2
– marriage to William Parnell Haycraft registered at Croydon, Surrey
5 April 1891
~36
census record
1891 Census of England and Wales, RG12/814.29.15
– occupation “Author”
29 June 1936
~81
died at
9 October 1936
archive entry
National Probate Calendar Index of Wills and Administrations, 1936 p.154
Texts linked to this person
Book (1)

M.S. Haycraft, Chine cabin (London: S.W. Partridge & Co., 1890)


Services of song (42)

M.S. Haycraft (arr. John Burnham), Blind Betty's text (London: W. Nicholson & Sons, n.d.)

M.S. Haycraft (arr. James Broadbent and Arthur Jamouneau), Bluebell Dingle (Leeds: James Broadbent, n.d.)

M.S. Haycraft, The carol singers: a sacred song service for Christmas (Ravensthorpe: Peace Bros., n.d.)

M.S. Haycraft, Gertrude Harptree and Fred W. Peace, A Christmas welcome (Ravensthorpe: Peace Bros., n.d.)

M.S. Haycraft, Fred W. Peace, Joseph Elliott and L. Sylvester, The cornfields' message: a sacred song service for harvest festivals, etc. (Ravensthorpe: Peace Bros., n.d.)

M.S. Haycraft, Fred W. Peace, Arthur E. Shenton and Mrs Sylvester, The crown of the year: a sacred song service specially for harvest (Ravensthorpe: Peace Bros., n.d.)

M.S. Haycraft (arr. John Burnham), Deacon Todd's lesson: or, charity never faileth (London: A. Weekes & Co. and W. Nicholson & Sons, n.d.)

M.S. Haycraft (arr. Arthur Linwood), Dick Martyn: or, the sparrow's message (Eastwood, Nottinghamshire: A. Linwood, n.d.)

M.S. Haycraft and Fred W. Peace, Faith triumphant: a sacred song service suitable for any occasion (Ravensthorpe: Peace Bros., n.d.)

M.S. Haycraft (arr. James Broadbent and James W. Broadbent), Fighting for the King: a sacred musical service (Leeds: James Broadbent & Son, n.d.)

M.S. Haycraft (arr. James Broadbent and James W. Broadbent), Fighting for the Queen (Leeds: James Broadbent, n.d.)

M.S. Haycraft, Fruit a hundredfold: a sacred song service for harvest (Ravensthorpe: Peace Bros., n.d.)

M.S. Haycraft and J.T. Hampshire, The fulness of life: a sacred song service for general use (Ravensthorpe: Peace Bros., n.d.)

M.S. Haycraft and Clive E. Peace, The gifts around us: a sacred song service for harvest (Ravensthorpe: Peace Bros., n.d.)

M.S. Haycraft (arr. John Burnham), Gipsy Miriam: or, found faithful (London: W. Nicholson & Sons, n.d.)

M.S. Haycraft and John S. Witty, Goodwill on Earth: a sacred song service for Christmas (Ravensthorpe: Peace Bros., n.d.)

M.S. Haycraft (arr. John Burnham), Harry Neil: or, tried and true (Glasgow and Brentford: Bayley & Ferguson and John Burnham, 1904)

M.S. Haycraft (arr. James Tipton), Humpty Dumpty and his silver bells (Glasgow: Bayley & Ferguson, n.d.)

M.S. Haycraft and Miss Spicer (arr. Joseph Newsome), In the snowdrift (Morley, Yorkshire: J. Newsome, n.d.)

M.S. Haycraft and John S. Witty, In the time of sheaves: a sacred song service for harvest festivals etc. (Ravensthorpe: Peace Bros., n.d.)

M.S. Haycraft and Percy E. Fletcher, Jack of the ferry: a service of song (Manchester: Onward Publishing Office and S.W. Partridge & Co., n.d.)

M.S. Haycraft, Kitty and Joe (Leeds: James Broadbent & Son, n.d.)

M.S. Haycraft and Fred W. Peace, A mother's devotion: a sacred song service for female voices (Ravensthorpe: Peace Bros., n.d.)

M.S. Haycraft (arr. John Burnham), No surrender (London: W. Nicholson & Sons, n.d.)

M.S. Haycraft (arr. John Burnham), Over the snow (n.d.)

M.S. Haycraft, Fred W. Peace, J.B. Birkbeck and Mrs Sylvester, The reaper's hymn (Ravensthorpe: Peace Bros., n.d.)

M.S. Haycraft and Robert Witty, Sharing the harvest: a sacred song service for harvest (Ravensthorpe: Peace Bros., n.d.)

M.S. Haycraft and W.S. Holdsworth, The shining light: a sacred song service for general use (Ravensthorpe: Peace Bros., n.d.)

M.S. Haycraft, Fred W. Peace and John S. Witty, The singing valley: a sacred song service for harvest (Ravensthorpe: Peace Bros., n.d.)

M.S. Haycraft, Sunshine Farm: a sacred song service for harvest (Ravensthorpe: Peace Bros., n.d.)

M.S. Haycraft (arr. James Broadbent), Sweet violets (Leeds: James Broadbent, n.d.)

M.S. Haycraft, That harvest hymn: a sacred song service (Ravensthorpe: Peace Bros., n.d.)

M.S. Haycraft and Fred W. Peace, That hymn of old: a sacred song service suitable for any occasion (Ravensthorpe: Peace Bros., n.d.)

M.S. Haycraft, Stanley Winn, J.B. Birkbeck and Joseph Newsome, Their soldier laddie: a sacred service of song (Eastwood, Nottinghamshire: A. Linwood, n.d.)

M.S. Haycraft (arr. John Burnham), Those merry bells (London: W. Nicholson & Sons, n.d.)

M.S. Haycraft, Joseph Newsome and Arthur Jamouneau, Three little wanderers (Morley, Yorkshire: J. Newsome, n.d.)

M.S. Haycraft and W.S. Holdsworth, The volunteer organist: a sacred song service for general use (Ravensthorpe: Peace Bros., n.d.)

M.S. Haycraft and Arthur Jamouneau (arr. James Broadbent), Watermill Hollow (Leeds: James Broadbent, n.d.)

M.S. Haycraft and Allan Helmsley, With one accord: a sacred song service for general occasions (Ravensthorpe: Peace Bros., n.d.)

M.S. Haycraft (arr. James Tipton), Won by a child (Glasgow: Bayley & Ferguson, n.d.)

John Burnham and M.S. Haycraft (arr. John Burnham), Won for Christ (London: W. Nicholson & Sons, c.1920)

M.S. Haycraft and Fred W. Peace, Woodland voices: a sacred song service for general use (Ravensthorpe: Peace Bros., n.d.)


Stories (2)

M.S. Haycraft, Humpty Dumpty's silver bells: a story illustrating the Lord's Prayer (London: Religious Tract Society, 1888)

M.S. Haycraft, Red Davie: or, what wilt Thou have me do? (London: S.W. Partridge & Co., 1883)

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