Frances Ridley Havergal  (1836-1879)

Frances was an English religious poet and hymn writer. She was affectionately called ‘Fannie’ by her family and friends. She was the youngest of 6 children. Her father, William Havergal, was an Anglican clergyman.

Her hymns were published either during her life time or after she had died of peritonitis at the young age of 42 .

The glow of her testimony continues to reach Christian hearts everywhere. The glory and peace of the exchanged life is beautifully stated in her triumphant hymns .
V. Raymond Edman in They Found a Secret.

My sources for this information are Wikipedia, stempublishing.com and They Found a Secret.

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