Indelible Grace Hymnbook

Thomas Haweis

Born: Jan­u­a­ry 1, 1734, Red­ruth, Corn­wall.

Died: Feb­ru­a­ry 11, 1820, Bath, Som­er­set­shire, Eng­land.

Buried: Bath Ab­bey.

After prac­tic­ing as a phy­si­cian, Haweis at­tend­ed Christ’s Coll­ege, Cam­bridge, then took Ho­ly Or­ders. He be­came as­sist­ant preach­er with Mar­tin Ma­dan at the Lock Hos­pi­tal, Ald­wink­le, North­amp­ton­shire, Eng­land. He was al­so chap­lain to La­dy Hunt­ing­don’s cha­pel at Bath, Eng­land, and Rec­tor at All Saints’ Church in Ald­wink­le, North­amp­ton­shire. His works in­clude:

A His­to­ry of the Church
A Trans­la­tion of the New Test­a­ment
A Com­ment­ary on the Ho­ly Bi­ble
Carmino Chris­tian­to; or, Hymns to the Sav­iour, 1792

Source: The Cyber Hymnal