Talk:Cecil Frances Alexander

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Birth date[edit]

Several public domain sources (check on books.google.com) say she was born in 1823 (died in 1895). The Cyberhymnal and at least one modern hymnal I've seen (as well as this Wikipedia article) say she was born in 1818. Can anyone explain this? Where did this April date come from? I would trust the older sources, myself, without some great evidence (this is why I put that a source is needed for the birth date). —Shoreu 05:41, 19 October 2007 (UTC)

Some sources say she was born in Dublin, others say Wicklow 82.4.38.108 (talk) 22:29, 25 November 2008 (UTC)