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:
- At Noontide
- Treasures of Kurium, 1907
- To the Unborn Peoples, 1910
- Come, Sinner, to Jesus
- Consider the Lilies, How They Grow
- For the Tempted, Lord, We Pray
- Give Me Thy Hand, My Child
- Home of the Soul
- I Am Far Away from My Father’s House
- I Am Now a Child of God
- I Shall Not Cry, Return
- I Will Sing for Jesus
- If We Knew When Walking Thoughtless
- If We Knew, While Here as Pilgrims
- In Our Father’s Many Mansions
- In the Name of Jesus, March to Meet the Foe
- Is Your Lamp Burning?
- Jesus, Am I Near to Thee?
- Let Us Gather Up the Sunbeams
- Lost Sheep, The
- Prodigal Child, The
- Reach Me Thy Hand, My Child
- Such Beautiful, Beautiful Hands
- Tell Us, O Ye Watchers
- There’s a Beautiful Home for Thee, Christian
- There’s Many a Pleasant Mansion
- Though the Messengers Came
- When Angry Storms Are Beating
- You Are Weary at Heart
- Your Mission