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Samuel Willoughby Duffield (1843–1887)

Duffield, Samuel Willoughby. An American clergyman; born in Brooklyn, NY, in 1843; died in Bloomfield, NJ, May 12, 1887. Under the pen-name of “Anselmus” he contributed to the Evangelist. His publications, in part, are: ‘The Heavenly Land,’ from the ‘De Contemptu Mundi’ of Bernard de Morlaix (1868); ‘Warp and Woof’ (1870); ‘English Hymns, their Authors and History’ (1866); and ‘Latin Hymn-Writers’ (1877).