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L. D. Bassett

Short Name: L. D. Bassett
Full Name: Bassett, L. D., 1894-1964
Birth Year: 1894
Death Year: 1964

Lorenzo Dow Bassett, Jr.,born Dec. 30, 1894, died May 21, 1964 in Hattiesburg, Mississippi.

Dianne Shapiro, from Bassett Family Association (www.bassetbrances.org) accessed 4-15-2018


Texts by L. D. Bassett (34)sort ascendingAsInstances
You may get byL. D. Bassett (Author)2
You can always talk with JesusL. D. Bassett (Author)2
You and I some day will be goingL. D. Bassett (Author)2
When you go to worship in a crowdL. D. Bassett (Author)2
When we cross overL. D. Bassett (Author)2
When I cross the sea, there'llL. D. Bassett (Author)2
What are you making todayL. D. Bassett (Author)2
Were you ever disappointedL. D. Bassett (Author)2
'Twas a long, long time agoL. D. Bassett (Author)2
'Tis by grace through faithL. D. Bassett (Author)2
There's no need for worryL. D. Bassett (Author)2
There's a wonderful book that is divineL. D. Bassett (Author)3
There's a payday surely comingL. D. Bassett (Author)2
There's a land beyond the river, where the billows never rollL. D. Bassett (Author)2
There's a home of which I dreamL. D. Bassett (Author)2
Some people now would like to liveL. D. Bassett (Author)2
Only the lowly here may singL. D. Bassett (Author)2
On the Rock of ages I am nowL. D. Bassett (Author)2
O why not acceptL. D. Bassett (Author)2
O help me Lord to careful beL. D. Bassett (Author)2
I'm happy today for I can nowL. D. Bassett (Author)2
If you want to hear the Lord's Well done, when the race in this world you have wonL. D. Bassett (Author)2
If you want to be like JesusL. D. Bassett (Author)2
If you have a burden hard to bear, take it to the Lord in humble prayerL. D. B., Jr. (Author)2
I would like to go just for a day, hear the people sing the old time wayL. D. Bassett (Author)3
I went up on the mountainL. D. Bassett (Author)2
I think about the ocean with waves so highL. D. B., Jr. (Author)2
I cannot tell you how or whyL. D. Bassett (Author)2
I believe in Jesus, every wordL. D. Bassett (Author)2
I am glad somebody obeyedL. D. Bassett (Author)2
Help us, Lord, to do just the best we canL. D. Bassett (Author)2
God heard his people when they prayedL. D. Bassett (Author)2
Every time we meet and singL. D. Bassett (Author)2
Down in my soul I hear the LordL. D. Bassett (Author)2
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