James C. Bateman

Short Name: James C. Bateman
Full Name: Bateman, James C. (Conner), 1854-1888
Birth Year: 1854
Death Year: 1888

James C. Bateman was born on No­vem­ber 18, 1854 in Hull, York­shire, Eng­land. Bate­man be­gan his mu­sic­al ca­reer sing­ing and play­ing the ban­jo in mu­sic halls, while al­so work­ing at an oil mill. He was con­vert­ed af­ter at­tend­ing a Sal­va­tion Ar­my (SA) hall in Sul­coates. He later joined the Salvation Army, be­com­ing an of­fi­cer in 1882. He served in var­i­ous lo­ca­tions, in­clud­ing Crad­ley Heath, North­amp­ton, Man­ches­ter Open­shaw, Han­ley, and Mid­dles­bo­rough, and con­trib­ut­ed a num­ber of songs to The Mu­sic­al Sal­va­tion­ist. He died on June 5, 1888 in Pentre, South Wales.

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Texts by James C. Bateman (14)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
A crimson stream is flowingJ. C. Bateman (Author (Chorus))English1
All the world shall be our conquestJames C. Bateman (Author)2
Calvary's stream is flowing (Chorus)J. C. Bateman (Author)English2
Come away, come away, to the cross for refuge fleeJames C. Bateman (Author)English1
Come shout and sing, make heaven ringJames Conner Bateman (1855-88) (Author)English6
Come, with me visit CalvaryJames Conner Bateman (1855-88) (Author (first chorus))English1
March on, salvation soldiersJames C. Bateman (Author)English3
O, the blood of Jesus cleanses white as snow, don't you know? (Chorus)James C. Bateman (Author)English1
Once I was far in sin, But Jesus took me inJames Conner Bateman (1855-88) (Author (Verses))English7
Sinner, see yon light, shining clear and brightJames Conner Bateman (1855-88) (Author)English4
The day of victory's coming (Chorus)James C. Bateman (Author)English1
There is a cleansing current [fountain]James C. Bateman (Author)English4
Though I wandered far from JesusJames C. Bateman (Author)English3
We'll shout aloud through all the landJames Conner Bateman (1855-88) (Author (Verses))2
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