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John Julian, D. D.

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John Julian (27 January 1839 - 23 January 1913) (no middle name on birth certificate) was a clergyman and the editor of A Dictionary of Hymnology which remains a common reference for those studying hymnody and hymnology. He graduated from Durham University (MA, 1887), from Lambeth (DD, 1894) and from Howard University, Washington DC (LLD, 1894). He was Vicar of Topcliffe, Yorkshire; Prebendary of Church Fenton in York Minster; and Canon of York.

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January 27, 1839
January 23, 1913
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