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Woodd, Basil

(1760–1831). B. Richmond, Surrey, Eng.; widowed mother exercised salutary influence; at 17 entered Trinity College, Oxford; holy orders 1783; lecturer St. Peter's, Cornhill, 1784; morning preacher Bentinck Chapel; purchased lease of chapel 1793 and held incumbency together with rectory of Drayton from 1808; took great interest in religious societies and antislavery movement. Wrote hymns including “Hail. Thou Source of Every Blessing.”


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