Cousin, Anne Ross (Cundell)

Cousin, Anne Ross (Cundell)
(1824-1906)
   Poetess, only dau. of D.R. Cundell, M.D., Leith, m. 1847 Rev. Wm. Cousin, minister of the Free Church of Scotland, latterly at Melrose. Some of her hymns, especially "The Sands of Time are sinking," are known and sung over the English-speaking world. A collection of her poems, Immanuel's Land and Other Pieces, was pub. in 1876 under her initials A.R.C., by which she was most widely known.

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  • Cousin, Anne Ross — (1824 1906)    Born in Hull (her father, David Ross Cundell, M.D., was an assistant surgeon of the 33rd regiment at Waterloo) in 1847, she married William Cousin, a Presbyterian minister. She wrote several hymns, but the best known is The Sands… …   British and Irish poets

  • Anne Ross Cousin — (formerly Cundell) (April 27, 1824 ndash; December 6, 1906) was a Scottish poet. The only daughter of D. R. Cundell, M.D., of Leith, she married in 1847 Rev. William Cousin, minister of the Free Church of Scotland, latterly at Melrose. Some of… …   Wikipedia

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