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

Basic biographical summary of this person
Full nameMrs Margaret Scott HAYCRAFT
Genderfemale
Relevance of this personauthor of stories and services of song used with slide sets 
Main period of activity1880s-1900s
Relationships to other peoplename before marriage MACRITCHIE, Miss M.S.  (c.1855-1936) [name before marriage]
ChronologyDateAgeEvent/activity
c.1855born atNewport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire, England
2 April 1871~16census record1871 Census of England and Wales, RG10/741.46.27
1883~28marriageEngland and Wales index of marriages, 1883 q2
– marriage to William Parnell Haycraft registered at Croydon, Surrey
1891resident27 Cannon Place, Brighton, Sussex (East), England
5 April 1891~36census record1891 Census of England and Wales, RG12/814.29.15
– occupation “Author”
1936residentHoming, 36 Forest View Road, Moordown, Bournemouth, Hampshire, England
29 June 1936~81died atBournemouth, Hampshire, England
9 October 1936archive entryNational Probate Calendar Index of Wills and Administrations, 1936 p.154
Texts linked to this personBooks (1)

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


Services of song (41)

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: W. Nicholson & Sons and A. Weekes & Co., 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.)

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)

Lucerna ID no. 6001377

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 4 October 2016