|William Howard Doane (1832-1915) was an American composer, editor of hymn books, businessman and inventor. Composed over 2000 tunes, many for the hymns and Gospel songs written by Fanny Crosby, including "Rescue the Perishing," "I Am Thine, O Lord," "Near the Cross," and "Safe in the Arms of Jesus."|
|Dr. W. H. Doane. Short biography.
William H. Doane. Short biography.
Grave of William Doane. Spring Grove Cemetery and Arboretum, Cincinnati, OH.
Marriage and Children:
Married Frances Mary Treat, November 2, 1857. William and Fannie had two daughters, Ida Frances (1858-1942) and Marguerite (1868-1954). Mrs. Doane was born, April 15, 1832; died, September 16, 1923.
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William Howard Doane. Biographical information, MIDI music and words for hymns.
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