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George Gabriel Scott Gillett, B.A. (December 1, 1873 - August 12, 1948) was an hymn author and translator as Gabriel Gillett. To WJ.M. (1890, as George Gillett) and To Kalon (1891, as George Gillett) are cited as examples in Sexual Heretics: Male Homosexuality in English Literature from 1850-1900, by Brian Reade.

George Gabriel Scott Gillett was born at Hawley, Hants, where his father, Rev. E. A. Gillett, was then curate. He was educated at Westminster School and at Keble College, Oxford, B.A. 1896 and ordained a deacon in 1898, and a priest in 1899. While domestic chaplain to Earl Beauchamp at Madresfield he contributed to The English Hymnal, 1906, three translations (58, 172, 030) and "It is finished! Christ hath known" (Good Friday).

He spent time in South Africa (1913–25), was an editor for the Society for Propagation of the Gospel (1926–33), and served as chaplain to the Community of St. Peter in St. Leonard’s on the Sea.


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