1823, Dart­mouth, De­von, Eng­land.

March 28, 1919, Croy­don, Sur­rey, Eng­land.

St. Pe­ter’s church­yard, South­bo­rough, Tun­bridge Wells, Kent, Eng­land.


Elizabeth was the wife of Dan­i­el Codn­er, some­time cur­ate of Pe­ter­bo­rough (mar­ried 1849).

At age 17, Eliz­a­beth was ed­it­ing a ma­ga­zine for the Pa­ta­gon­ia Mis­sion, lat­er the South Am­er­i­can Mis­sion­a­ry Society. She al­so helped in the work of Will­iam Pen­ne­fa­ther at the Mild­may Pro­test­ant Mis­sion in Lon­don, and ed­ite­d the mis­sion’s month­ly Wo­man’s Work in the Great Har­vest Field.

Her works in­clude:

  1. Even Me
  2. Have I Long in Sin Been Sleep­ing?
  3. Lord, to Thee My Heart As­cend­ing
  4. Pass Me Not, O Gra­cious Fa­ther
  5. To Thy Cross, Dear Christ, I’m Cling­ing