Eliza Fanny Morris

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Life

Born: 1821

Died: 1874

Biography

Eliza Fanny Morris, née Goffe, was born in London in 1821, and married in 1849 to Josiah Morris. She gained the prize for a poem on Kindness to Animals offered by the Band of Hope. Her published works are The Voice and the Reply, Worcester, 1858, and Life Lyrics. She also edited a Bible Class Hymn Book, and contributed the words to School Harmonies, published by her husband. (from Hymnary.org)

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