Wilkinson, Kate (Katie) Barclay
b Timperley, nr Altrincham, Ches (Gtr Manchester) 1859, d Kensington, Middx (W London) 1928. She lived and worked in W London, belonged to the CofE, and among her parish church’s activities she led meetings for girls and young women. She was also associated with the Keswick Convention. Her engineer husband Frederick Barclay Wilkinson survived her by some 9 years. She is known almost entirely through one distinctive hymn which features in many evangelical books, though it did not reach the definitive ‘Keswick’ repertoire until Keswick Praise in 1975. In 2000 she broke posthumously into the A&M corpus for the first time, with a place in Common Praise. No.810.