Indelible Grace Hymnbook

Jane Eliza Leeson

Born: 1808, Wil­ford, Not­ting­ham­shire, Eng­land.

Christened: De­cem­ber 18, 1808, St. Ma­ry’s Church, Not­ting­ham (about a mile north of Wil­ford)

Died: No­vem­ber 18, 1881, Leam­ing­ton, War­wick­shire, Eng­land.

Leeson joined the Ca­tho­lic church late in life, and was ap­par­ent­ly a­sso­ci­at­ed with a con­gre­ga­tion in Bi­shop­gate. Her works in­clude:

Infant Hymn­ings
Hymns and Scenes of Child­hood; or a Spon­sor’s Gift (Lon­don: Burns, 1842)
Lady Ella, or the Sto­ry of Cin­der­el­la, Ap­ril 1847
Songs of Chris­tian Chiv­al­ry, Sep­tem­ber 1848
Christian Child’s Book, in two parts, Oc­to­ber 1848
The Wreath of Lil­ies; A Se­ries of Sim­ple Com­ments for Child­ren, on the Events in Our Lord’s Life, 1849
Chapters on Dea­cons, 1849
The Ten Com­mand­ments Ex­plained, in Ea­sy Verse for Child­ren, No­vem­ber 1849
The Sto­ry of a Dream, 1850
Paraphrases and Hymns for Con­gre­ga­tio­nal Sing­ing, 1853

Source: The Cyber Hymnal