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us: Neale, J. M. (John Mason), 1818-1866

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  • Fuller Name

    • John Mason
  • Variants

    • us: Neale, John Mason, 1818-1866
    • us: Neale, Dr. (John Mason), 1818-1866
    • us: Priest of the Church of England, 1818-1866
    • us: Priest of the Diocese, 1818-1866
    • us: J. M. N. (John Mason Neale), 1818-1866
    • us: N., J. M. (John Mason Neale), 1818-1866
  • Addtional Information

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    • Birth Place

        London, England
    • Death Place

        East Grinstead, England
    • Has Affiliation

        • Organization: (naf) Trinity College (University of Cambridge)
    • Gender

    • Associated Language

    • Field of Activity

          Hymn writing
            Hymn translating
          • Occupation

                Hymn writer
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              • Earlier Established Forms

                  Neale, John Mason, 1818-1866Neale, John Mason,1818-1866
              • Sources

                • found: His Victories of the saints, n.d.
                • found: Young, J.R. Victories of the saints, c1984: CIP t.p. (J.M. Neale)
                • found: Secession or schism, 1868: t.p. (Dr. Neale)
                • found: Sermons on the Canticles preached in a religious house, 1842: t.p. (a priest of the Church of England)
                • found: Pictorial crucifixes. 2nd ed., 1852: t.p. (a priest of the Diocese)
                • found: Text emblems. 2nd ed., 1868: p. 8 (J.M.N.)
                • found: "Good bye" : a few lessons from the life of the late warden, 1867: p. 3 (John Mason Neale, D.D., warden of Sackville College, East Grinstead; d. 6 Aug. 1866 in the 49th year of life)
                • found: Wikipedia, Nov. 20, 2012 (born on January 24, 1818 in London, England; died on August 6, 1866 in East Grinstead, England; Anglican priest, scholar and hymn-writer; graduate of Trinity College, Cambridge; founded the Society of Saint Margaret, an order of women in the Church of England dedicated to nursing the sick; best known as a hymn writer and, especially, translator, having enriched English hymnody with many ancient and mediaeval hymns translated from Latin and Greek)
              • Change Notes

                • 1980-07-09: new
                • 2013-01-03: revised
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