Josiah - We cannot find any well-known or significantly popular songs featuring the name Josiah.
Josiah, the Boy King (David C Cook Publishing Co) - From a series of Bible story 10-packs, each Pencil Fun Book features color and activity pages for your child. Recommended for ages baby to preschool.
Scions of Josiah (Ben Avery) - A Rash Attempt at Vengeance Puts Judah in Peril. King Jehoahaz approaches the city where Egypt's mighty army is encamped. There he's been summoned to appear before Pharaoh Neco, but Jehoahaz is planning to take revenge on Neco for killing his father. Can anyone stop this foolish, vain king from bringing the wrath of Egypt on their nation by trying to assassinate one of the world's most powerful leaders? Recommended for ages young adult.
Famous People Named Josiah - Josiah (King of Judah); Josiah Bartlett (signer of the Declaration of Independence); Josiah Conder (architect); Josiah Henson (abolitionist, author, inspiration for Uncle Tom); Josiah Quincy (patriot); Josiah Wedgwood (entrepreneur)
Famous People who Named their Son Josiah - We cannot find any celebrities or famous people who have named their child Josiah.
Josiah Henson (15 Jun 1789 - 5 May 1883) - Josiah Henson is a notable figure in American history. He was a black man born into slavery in Maryland. After an attempt to purchase his own freedom, Henson was cheated out of his money. Fearing he would be sold again, he successfully escaped to Canada around the age of 40. Henson would go onto set up settlements and schools for other fugitive slaves in Ontario and became an outspoken abolitionist. He was also an author and a minister. It is widely believed that Josiah Henson was the inspiration behind Harriet Beecher Stowe's 1852 novel, “Uncle Tom's Cabin.” The good and honorable Josiah lived to be 93 years old.
Josiah Quincy Family (1709-1919) - Josiah Quincy is the name of six generations of prominent Massachusetts men who each bore the name of their preceding fathers. The first, Josiah Quincy I, was a Revolutionary War soldier. The next was known as “the patriot,” a skillful orator who had gone to Britain to argue the causes of the colonies. His son, the next Josiah Quincy (III) was both the mayor of Boston and then the President of Harvard University. His son Josiah also became the mayor of Boston and was instrumental in the establishment of the Massachusetts Board of Education. The fifth Josiah was a poet and a writer, and the last Josiah Quincy also became the mayor of Boston. Quite an impressive set of Josiahs, indeed!