Person record: STRETTON, Hesba [pseudonym]

Basic biographical summary of this person
NameHesba STRETTON
Alternative namepseudonym of SMITH, Miss Sarah  (1832-1911)
Relevance of this personauthor of stories used with slide sets 
Main period of activityN/A
Texts linked to this personBooks (1)

‘Hesba Stretton’, Little Meg's children (London: Religious Tract Society, 1868)


Compilations (1)

‘Hesba Stretton’, Poison in the packet: [and other titles] (London: Religious Tract Society, c.1897)


Services of song (6)

‘Hesba Stretton’ and T. Henry-Muxlow (arr. Arthur Hudson), Alone in London (London: A. Weekes & Co., n.d.)

‘Hesba Stretton’ (arr. John Burnham), Her only son (London and Brentford: A. Weekes & Co. and John Burnham, n.d.)

‘Hesba Stretton’ (arr. H.C. Freeman and C.H. Purday), Jessica's first prayer (London: A. Weekes & Co., 1879)

‘Hesba Stretton’ (arr. E. Fordham), Little Meg's children (London: 1884)

‘Hesba Stretton’ (arr. J.H. Martin), Lost Gip: a service of sacred song (London and Manchester: S.W. Partridge & Co. and Onward Publishing Office, n.d.)

‘Hesba Stretton’, Nelly's dark days (London: UK Band of Hope Union, n.d.)


Stories (17)

‘Hesba Stretton’, Alone in London (London: Religious Tract Society, 1869)

‘Hesba Stretton’, Her only son (Glasgow: Scottish Temperance League, n.d.)

‘Hesba Stretton’, Jessica's first prayer (London: Religious Tract Society, 1867)

‘Hesba Stretton’, Jessica's first prayer in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 2

‘Hesba Stretton’, Jessica's first prayer (n.d.)

‘Hesba Stretton’, Jessica's first prayer (London: Religious Tract Society and Lutterworth Press, n.d.)

‘Hesba Stretton’, Jessica's first prayer (London: Religious Tract Society, n.d.)

‘Hesba Stretton’, Jessica's first prayer (n.d.)

‘Hesba Stretton’, Jessica's mother: a sequel to Jessica's first prayer (London: Religious Tract Society, n.d.)

‘Hesba Stretton’, Lost Gip (London: Religious Tract Society, 1873)

‘Hesba Stretton’, A man of his word (London: 1878)

‘Hesba Stretton’, Mrs Burton's best bedroom (n.d.)

‘Hesba Stretton’, Nelly's dark days (n.d.)

‘Hesba Stretton’, No place like home (n.d.)

‘Hesba Stretton’, Poison in the packet (London: Religious Tract Society, n.d.)

‘Hesba Stretton’, Poison in the packet: an old story newly told in Poison in the packet [etc.] (c.1902)

‘Hesba Stretton’, The worth of a baby (n.d.)

Reference
(* = main subject)

* David Henry, York & Son: part 1 in NMLJ 3.1 (February 1984), p. 15

Lucerna ID no. 6001571Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 4 October 2016