|Short Name:||Joseph Medlicott Scriven|
|Full Name:||Scriven, Joseph Medlicott, 1819-1886|
Joseph Medlicott Scriven 1819-1886
Born: September 10, 1819, Seapatrick, County Down, Ireland.
Died: August 10, 1886, Port Hope, Ontario, Canada.
Buried: Pengelly Cemetery, near Port Hope, Ontario, Canada.
Scriven graduated from Trinity College. After his fiancée drowned the night before they were to marry, he moved to Canada in 1846. There he taught in Woodstock and Brantford, Ontario, and was a tutor for the Pengelly family near Bewdley. It was there he met and became engaged to Eliza Roche, a relative of the Pengellys. In what seems too amazing to be coincidence, Eliza died shortly before their wedding. Following the death of his second fiancée, Scriven joined the Plymouth Brethren, helping the aged members of the community.
What a Friend We Have in Jesus
|Texts by Joseph Medlicott Scriven (15)||As||Instances|
|All aborbing theme of wonder||Joseph Scriven (Author)||2|
|All absorbing theme of winder||Joseph Scriven (Author)||2|
|Blizi sa Pßn, Halleluja, Radostne Mu spievajme||Joseph Scriven (Author)||2|
|Em Jesus amigo temos||Joseph Scriven (Author)||2|
|Hvilken v'n vi har i Jesus||Joseph Scriven (Author)||8|
|Kei ka Hoa, o Iesu la, Nana i ka'i i 'na lu'ulu'u||Joseph Scriven, 1819-1886 (Author)||2|
|Little children, love to utter Little words in parents' ears||Joseph Scriven (Author)||3|
|O que amigo nos es Cristo||Joseph Scriven (Author)||3|
|O que amigonos es Cristo||Joseph Scriven (Author)||2|
|Tell these wondrous things abroad||Joseph Scriven (Author)||3|
|Welch ein Freund ist unser Jesus||Joseph Scriven (Author)||13|
|Welch ein treuer Freund ist Jesus||Joseph Scriven (Author)||12|
|Welch ein'n Freund wir hab'n in Jesus||Joseph Scriven (Author)||1|
|What a friend we have in Jesus, All our sins and griefs to bear||Joseph M. Scriven (Author)||1208|
|What a privilege to carry||Joseph M. Scriven (Author)||2|