Person    | Male  Born 27/12/1848  Died 3/3/1934

George Ratcliffe Woodward

Categories: Music / songs

George Ratcliffe Woodward

Hymn writer (e.g. wrote the words for the carol "Ding dong merrily on high"). Born: Birkenhead, Cheshire. Died: Highgate. Buried: Little Walsingham, Norfolk, where he had been a vicar. He retired first to Bloomsbury and then to Highgate in 1916.

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