Thomas Tertius Noble
Born: May 5, 1867, Bath, England.
Noble studied at the Royal Academy of Music, and served as a church organist in Cambridge and Colchester. In 1898, he founded the York Symphony Orchestra. In 1913, he moved to New York City, where he was organist at St. Thomas' Episcopal Church. In addition to composing, he wrote about music education, and helped edit the 1916 Protestant Episcopal hymnal.
Died: May 4, 1953, Rockport, Massachusetts.
Source: The Cyberhymnal
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