|Short Name:||A. J. Abbey|
|Full Name:||Abbey, A. J. (Alonzo Judson), 1825-1887|
Born: March 1, 1825, Olive Township, Ulster County, New York, or Chester, New Jersey.
Died: March, 24, 1887, Chester, New Jersey.
Buried: Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Chester, New Jersey.
Abbey was the son of David and Nancy Farnham Abbey, and brother to Horatio G. Abbey. He taught music for several years, and was also a music publisher.
Hughes, p. 289
Nutter, p. 452
|Texts by A. J. Abbey (6)||As||Instances|
|Be kind to thy father, for when thou wert young||Alonzo Judson Abbey (Author)||2|
|Come to the Savior, children (Abbey)||A. J. Abbey (Author)||2|
|I often think of heathen lands||Alonzo J. Abbey (Author)||1|
|Jesus is calling (Abbey)||A. J. Abbey (Author)||2|
|Merrily the song of Christmas bells||A. J. Abbey (Author)||3|
|There's an earnest voice||A. J. Abbey (Author)||3|