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  1. 10/10/2010 · Rev. Francis Bland Tucker (1895 – 1974) was an American Bible scholar, Episcopalian priest and hymn writer. Born in Norfolk, Virginia, he was one of the 13 children of Bishop Beverley Dandridge Tucker, the second bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Southern Virginia. In 1925 he became rector of St. John's Church, Georgetown, Washington, D.C, where he served for 20 years. He then became rector ...

  2. Celebrating 120 years of service to the community, Frances Bland Randolph Chapter, NSDAR, was organized on February 6, 1901, by Mrs. E. W. Finch in Petersburg, Virginia. Behind the Name Frances Bland was a sixteen-year-old beauty in 1769, when she married John Randolph, eleven years her senior.

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  4. Francis Bland Tucker 6 January 1895—1 January 1984. Featured Hymns: All praise to thee, for thou, O King divine Master of eager youth. Publications of Hymns: The Hymnal 1940 (1943) More Hymns and Spiritual Songs (1971, 1977) Hymns III (1979) “Awake, O sleeper,” SATB Anthem (1980) The Hymnal 1982 (1985) Related Resources:

  5. Francis Bland Tucker (January 6, 1895 – January 1, 1984) was an American Bible scholar, priest and hymn composer. Early and family life Born in Norfolk, Virginia in 1895, Bland Tucker became the youngest of 13 children (several of whom died as infants).

  6. Francis Bland Bland, Francis Armand (1882-1967). Bland, F. A. 1882-1967 Bland, Francis A. 1882-1967 VIAF ID: 94563946 ( Personal )

  7. JOHN RANDOLPH and FRANCES BLAND Family history Family history: "JOHN and FRANCES RANDOLPH also had two other sons, one died early. The Virginia Randolphs must have come from some other branch of Richard's family. He had 3 sons and 3 daughters; Richard II, Brett, John, Mary, Jane, and Elizabeth.