|Short Name:||Henry Baker|
|Full Name:||Baker, Henry, 1835-1910|
Henry Baker (1835-1910)
Born: June 6, 1835, Nuneham, Oxfordshire, England.
Died: February 1, 1910, Wimbledon, England.
Son of James Baker, Chancellor of the Diocese of Durham, Henry was educated at Winchester, Cooper’s Hill, and Exeter College, Oxford (BMus 1867). He worked as a civil engineer, especially in building railroads in India. He is sometimes confused with Henry Williams Baker (1821-1877).
|Texts by Henry Baker (6)||As||Instances|
|Lord, Thy word abideth||Henry W. Baker (Author)||1|
|My Father, for another night||Henry W. Baker (Author)||1|
|O God of love, O King of peace||Henry W. Baker (Author)||1|
|O sacred head surrounded||Henry Baker, 1821-1877 (Translator)||1|
|Of the Father's love begotten||Henry Baker (Translator)||1|
|There is a blessed home Beyond this land of woe||Henry W. Baker (Author)||1|