Margaret Dryburgh

Born 21 February 1890. Died 21 April 1945
Margaret Dryburgh
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1890-02-21
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Margaret Dryburgh

Margaret Dryburgh Biography (Wikipedia)

Margaret Dryburgh (1890–1945) was born in Sunderland, England and trained as a teacher. She later became a missionary in Singapore, where she was captured in the Second World War. The plight of Dryburgh and her fellow inmates such as Betty Jeffrey in a Japanese prisoner of war camp inspired the 1996 film Paradise Road. She wrote The Captives' Hymn while imprisoned.

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Captives Hymn
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Captives Hymn

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Chichester Women's Vocal Orchestra
Chris Larley
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