1835-1920
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August 12, 1835, Torrington, Connecticut.

October 22, 1920, New York City.

Trinity Church, New York City.

Ellen was the youngest sister of railroad magnate Collis P. Huntington, and wife of Isaac Edwin Gates. After marriage, she lived in Elizabeth, New Jersey. Following her husband’s death, she moved to New York City, where she lived the rest of her life. Her works include:

  1. Come Home, Come Home
  2. Come, Sinner, to Jesus
  3. Consider the Lilies, How They Grow
  4. Eternity
  5. For the Tempted, Lord, We Pray
  6. Give Me Thy Hand, My Child
  7. Home of the Soul
  8. I Am Far Away from My Father’s House
  9. I Am Now a Child of God
  10. I Shall Not Cry, Return
  11. I Will Sing for Jesus
  12. If We Knew When Walking Thoughtless
  13. If We Knew, While Here as Pilgrims
  14. In Our Father’s Many Mansions
  15. In the Name of Jesus, March to Meet the Foe
  16. Is Your Lamp Burning?
  17. Jesus, Am I Near to Thee?
  18. Let Us Gather Up the Sunbeams
  19. Lost Sheep, The
  20. Prodigal Child, The
  21. Reach Me Thy Hand, My Child
  22. Such Beautiful, Beautiful Hands
  23. Tell Us, O Ye Watchers
  24. There’s a Beautiful Home for Thee, Christian
  25. There’s Many a Pleasant Mansion
  26. Though the Messengers Came
  27. When Angry Storms Are Beating
  28. You Are Weary at Heart
  29. Your Mission