1877-1969
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January 10, 1877, Birmingham, England.

March 1, 1969, Birmingham, England.

Lodge Hill Cemetery, Birmingham, England.

An heiress to the Cadbury chocolate fortune, Alexander attended university and studied music and language in Germany. In 1893, she founded what would become the Pocket Testament League. In July 1904, she married Charles McCallon Alexander, a song leader for evangelist Reuben A. Torrey. Charles Alexander died in 1920, and she married Amsji C. Dixon in 1924. 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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