1864-?

1864, Bloomfield, Essex, England.

Mary was the daughter of John Bradford Whiting, Vicar of St. Luke’s, Ramsgate, Kent. She contributed a number of hymns to her father’s Hymns for the Church Catholic, 1882. Her works include:

  1. Come Ye Yourselves Apart and Rest Awhile
  2. Lord of Might, Our Land’s Defender
  3. O Sun of Truth and Glory
  4. O Word of Love! O Word of Life
  5. Stars of Evening Softly Gleaming
  6. There Was Beauty on the Sea
  7. Time Is Swiftly Passing o’er Us
  8. To Mourn the Dead We Gather Here
  9. To Thee, Creator, in Whose Love
  10. What Was the Holy Joy, O Lord