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Lena Guilbert Ford Net Worth

Lena Guilbert Ford Net Worth is
$15 Million

Lena Guilbert Ford Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Lena Gilbert Brown Ford (1870 – March 7, 1918) was a lyricist, best known for "Keep the Home Fires Burning" which she wrote during the First World War.She was born Lena Gilbert Brown in Venango County, Pennsylvania and attended Elmira College, graduating in 1887. She married physician Harry Hale Ford and settled in Elmira, later divorcing him and relocating, with her mother and son, to London, England, where they would remain for twenty years. During World War I, Ford opened her home to soldiers and took care of them.While in Britain she met Ivor Novello, with whom she collaborated to produce "Keep the Home Fires Burning" in 1914. It was the first major success for Novello and the only one for Ford. Among Ford's other published musical works are "When God Gave You to Me", "We Are Coming, Mother England", and "God Guard You" (with Westell Gordon).Ford and her thirty-year-old son Walter were the first United States citizens to become fatalities of a German air raid on London, their home being hit by one of two bombs that fell on the city on 7 March 1918. Mrs. Brown, Ford's mother, was only hurt in the bombing. Their remains were returned to and interred in the United States.
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Date Of Birth1870-01-01
Died1918-03-07
ProfessionSoundtrack

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Crimson Field2014TV Mini-Series lyrics - 1 episode
South Riding2011TV Mini-Series lyrics - 1 episode
Atonement2007writer: "Keep the Home Fires Burning" - as Lena Ford
Gosford Park2001lyrics: "Keep the Home Fires Burning" 1915
Back Home2001TV Movie lyrics: "Keep The Home Fires Burning"
19181985writer: "Keep the Home Fires Burning"
The Duchess of Duke Street1977TV Series lyrics - 1 episode
M*A*S*H1977TV Series lyrics - 1 episode
Aces High1976writer: "Till The Boys Come Home" - uncredited
Upstairs, Downstairs1974TV Series lyrics - 2 episodes
Are You Being Served?1973TV Series lyrics - 1 episode
Johnny Got His Gun1971lyrics: "Keep the Home Fires Burning" - uncredited
Darling Lili1970lyrics: "Keep the Home Fires Burning"
Oh! What a Lovely War1969lyrics: "'Till the Boys Come Home", "Keep the Home Fires Burning" - uncredited
How I Won the War1967lyrics: "Keep the Home Fires Burning" - uncredited
Coronation Street1964TV Series lyrics - 1 episode
The Magic Box1951writer: "Till the Boys Come Home" 1914 - uncredited
Elizabeth of Ladymead1948lyrics: "Keep the Home Fires Burning"
While Nero Fiddled1944lyrics: "'Till the Boys Come Home" - uncredited
Variety Jubilee1943lyrics: "'Till the Boys Come Home" - uncredited
This Above All1942lyrics: "Keep the Home Fires Burning" - uncredited
The First Days1939Documentary short lyrics: "Till The Boys Come Home" - uncredited
Evensong1934lyrics: "Till The Boys Come Home" - uncredited
Cavalcade1933lyrics: "Keep the Home Fires Burning" 1915 - uncredited
The Lost Squadron1932lyrics: "Keep the Home-Fires Burning 'Till the Boys Come Home" 1914 - uncredited
A Soldier's Plaything1930lyrics: "Keep The Home Fires Burning" 1915 - uncredited
Pack Up Your Troubles1929Short lyrics: "Keep the Home Fires Burning" - uncredited

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