Mrs. T. D. Crewdson

Oc­to­ber 22, 1808, Perr­an­ar­wor­thal, Corn­wall.

Sep­tem­ber 14, 1863, at her home Sum­mer­lands, Whal­ley Range, Man­ches­ter, Eng­land.

Jane was the daugh­ter of George Fox, and wife of Tho­mas Dill­worth Crewd­son of Man­chester (mar­ried 1836).

Dur­ing a long ill­ness, she com­posed her works, pub­lished as:

  1. Followers of the Son of God, The
  2. Give to the Lord Thy Heart
  3. How Ten­der­ly Thy Hand Is Laid
  4. I’ve Found a Joy in Sor­row
  5. Little While, A
  6. Looking un­to Je­sus
  7. Lord, We Know That Thou Art Near Us
  8. O Sav­ior, I Have Naught to Plead
  9. O Thou Whose Boun­ty Fills My Cup
  10. One Touch from Thee
  11. There Is No Sor­row, Lord, Too Light
    • There’s Not a Grief, How­ev­er Light
  12. Though Gloom May Veil Our Trou­bled Skies
  13. ’Tis Not the Cross I Have to Bear