Jan­u­a­ry 10, 1877, Birm­ing­ham, Eng­land.

March 1, 1969, Birm­ing­ham, Eng­land.

Lodge Hill Ce­me­te­ry and Cre­ma­tor­i­um, Birm­ing­ham, Eng­land.

Helen was the daugh­ter of Ric­hard B. Cad­bu­ry and Em­ma Jane Wil­son, and wife of Charles Al­ex­an­der, song lead­er for evan­gel­ist Reu­ben A. Tor­rey. She was an heir­ess to the Cad­bu­ry cho­co­late for­tune. Her hus­band Charles died in 1920, and she mar­ried Ams­ji C. Dix­on in 1924.

She at­tend­ed un­i­ver­si­ty and stu­died mu­sic and lang­uage in Ger­ma­ny. In 1893, she found­ed what would be­come the Pock­et Tes­ta­ment League.

Her works in­clude:

  1. Anywhere with Je­sus
  2. Come While You May
  3. Glory of Hea­ven, The
  4. Make Him Known
  5. Over the Jas­per Sea

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