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Gerard Moultrie (1829-1885)
Gerard Moultrie (1829-1885) was an English public schoolmaster and Anglican hymnographer. Born at Rugby Rectory, England. His father, John Moultrie was also a hymn writer. He was educated at Rugby and Exeter College. He received his BA in 1851 and his MA in 1856 from Oxford.
Taking Holy Orders, he held a number of positions, including chaplain of Shrewsbury School, curate of Brightwaltham, vicar of Southleigh and warden of St. James College of Southleigh. He wrote multiple hymns, along with some hymn translations, including Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence. His published works include The Primer Set Forth at Large for the Use of the Faithful, 1864, Hymns from the Post Reformation Editions, 1864, The Devout Communicant, 1867, Hymns and Lyrics for the Seasons and Saints’ Days of the Church, 1867, Cantica Sanctorum, or Hymns for the Black Letter Saints Days in the English and Scottish Calendars, 1850, among others. He died at Southleigh, England.
Hymns associated with Gerard Moultrie (1829 – 1885)
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