Person record: DYKES, Reverend John B.  (1823-1876)

Basic biographical summary of this person
Full nameReverend John Bacchus DYKES
Relevance of this personcomposer of hymns used with slide sets 
Main period of activityN/A
10 March 1823born atKingston upon Hull, Yorkshire (East Riding), England
22 January 187652died atTicehurst, Sussex (East), England
Texts linked to this personHymns (14)

John Neale and John B. Dykes, Art thou weary? (1868)

Matthew Bridges and John B. Dykes, Behold the Lamb of God! (1864)

William Whiting and John B. Dykes, Eternal Father, strong to save in Hymns ancient and modern (1860)

Godfrey Thring and John B. Dykes, Fierce raged the tempest o'er the deep in Hymns ancient and modern (1860)

William Cowper and John B. Dykes, Hark, my soul, it is the Lord in several compilations

Horatius Bonar and John B. Dykes, I heard the voice of Jesus say in Hymns ancient and modern (1860)

John Newman and John B. Dykes, Lead, kindly Light (1865)

Frederick Faber and John B. Dykes, O come and mourn with me awhile in Hymns ancient and modern (1860)

Christopher Wordsworth and John B. Dykes, O Lord of Heaven and earth and sea (1865)

Frederick Faber and John B. Dykes, O Paradise! (1868)

Henry Milman and John B. Dykes, Ride on, ride on, in majesty! in Hymns ancient and modern (1860)

Edward Caswall and John B. Dykes, Sleep, holy babe (1850)

Frederick Faber and John B. Dykes, Sweet Saviour! bless us (1875)

Henry Alford and John B. Dykes, Ten thousand times ten thousand in several compilations

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