August 5, 1760, Richmond, Surrey, England.

April 12, 1831.

St Mary’s churchyard, Paddington Green, England.

Woodd entered Trinity College, Oxford, at age 17, and took Holy Orders in 1783. He became lecturer of St. Peter’s Cornhill (1784); morning preacher at Bentinck Chapel, Marylebone (1785); and Rector of Drayton Beauchamp, Buckinghamshire (1808). His works include:

  1. Blest Be Jehovah, Mighty Lord
  2. Hail, Thou Source of Every Blessing
  3. Holy Ghost, Inspire Our Praises
  4. In Thee, O Lord, I Trust, My Hope Is in Thy Name
  5. Lord of Glory and Salvation