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Person: ALEXANDER, Mrs Cecil  (1818-1895)

Biographical summary of this person
Full name
Mrs Cecil Frances Humphreys ALEXANDER
Gender
female
Relevance of this person
lyricist of hymns used with slide sets
Main period of activity
N/A
Chronology
Date
Age
Event/activity
Texts linked to this person
Hymns (7)

Cecil Alexander and William H. Monk, ‘All things bright and beautiful’ in Hymns ancient and modern (1860)

Cecil Alexander and John B. Dykes, Forsaken once and thrice denied (1875)

Cecil Alexander and W.H. Jude, Jesus calls us o'er the tumult (1874)

Cecil Alexander and Henry Gauntlett, ‘Once in Royal David's city’ in Hymns ancient and modern (1860)

Cecil Alexander and George C. Stebbins, ‘There is a green hill far away’ in Hymns ancient and modern (1860)

Cecil Alexander and Christopher Willing, We are but little children weak (1868)

Cecil Alexander, When wounded sore the stricken heart (n.d.)


Song (1)

Cecil Alexander and Ciro Pinsuti, There is a green hill far away (London: Robert Cocks & Co., 1888)

Lucerna ID  6002214

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 1 June 2009

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