1784-1832

February 10, 1784.

February 18, 1832.

Son of John Wrangham and Sarah Downs, William married Mary Dunn, daughter of William Dunn and Mary Raisbeck. The 1822 census lists him as a jeweler and silversmith in Louth, Lincolnshire.

Wrangham’s works include:

  1. According to Thy Word, Let Me Thy Mercy Prove
  2. All Ye Who Serve the Lord with Fear
  3. Arise, O Lord, Lift Up Thine Hand
  4. Blest Be the Lord, the God of Love
  5. Eternal God, Celestial King
  6. God of My Strength, in Thee Alone
  7. In Thee, O Lord, I Place My Trust
  8. Lord, Hear Me, When Without Disguise
  9. Lord, I Have Thee My Refuge Made
  10. Lord in Zion Ever Reigns, The
  11. Lord unto My Prayer Attend, The
  12. My Heart Is Fixed on Thee, My God
  13. O All Ye Lands Exalt His Fame
  14. O All Ye Lands, in God Rejoice
  15. O All Ye Nations, Praise the Lord
  16. O All Ye People, Clap Your Hands
  17. O Praise the Lord, For He Is Good
  18. Praise the Lord, His Power Confess
  19. Preserve Thy Faithful Servant, Lord
  20. Search My Heart, My Actions Prove
  21. Show Me, O God, Thy Sacred Way
  22. Soon as the Morning Rays Appear
  23. Thee Will I Bless, O Lord, My God
  24. Thou Shalt, O Lord, Descend
  25. To God Our Voices Let Us Raise
  26. To God, Who Dwells on Zion’s Mount
  27. To Thee, Great God, I Make My Prayer
  28. To Thee, My Righteous King and Lord
  29. When Trouble Fills My Soul with Grief
  30. Ye Mighty Rulers of the Land