1866–1930

De­cem­ber 29, 1866, Ackworth, Yorkshire, Eng­land.

Feb­ru­a­ry 10, 1930, Paris, France.

Abney Park Ce­me­te­ry, London, Eng­land.

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Kitching came to Christ at a Sal­va­tion Army (SA) meeting in Bristol, Eng­land. He became a SA officer in 1888, and served in Britain, France, Switzerland, and Belgium. He was secretary to SA founder William Booth (1909–12), to SA General Bramwell Booth (1912–14), SA International Secretary for Europe (1914–16), SA Editor-in-Chief (1921–29), and head of the SA Literary Department and Translations Bureau. His son Wilfred became General of the SA in 1954.

  1. How Wonderful It Is to Walk with God
  2. We Pray Thee, Lord, Thy Blessing Send