Samuel Clough

1837, Dub­lin, Ire­land.

1910, Ti­ma­hoe, Queens Coun­ty, Ire­land.

Ti­ma­hoe Round Tow­er, Coun­ty La­ois, Ire­land.


Cluff was the hus­band of Anne Blake Edge.

He at­tend­ed Tri­ni­ty Col­lege and be­came a min­is­ter in the Church of Ire­land (An­gli­can).

He pas­tored in var­i­ous lo­ca­tions in Ire­land. In 1884, he be­came the lead­er of the Ply­mouth Breth­ren.

He wrote about 1,000 songs, and com­posed ma­ny me­lo­dies and or­a­tor­ies. His works in­clude:

  1. I Am Pray­ing for You
  2. Nothing but Christ, as on We Tread