Catherine Booth-Clibborn

Catherine Booth-Clibborn
Catherine Booth-Clibborn
Short Name: Catherine Booth-Clibborn
Full Name: Booth-Clibborn, Catherine, 1858-1955
Birth Year: 1858
Death Year: 1955

Catherine Booth-Clibborn (Katie Booth) (18 September 1858 – 9 May 1955) was the oldest daughter of William and Catherine Booth. She was also known as "la Maréchale".

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Catherine Booth-Clibborn (Katie Booth) (18 September 1858 – 9 May 1955) was an English Salvationist and evangelist. She was the oldest daughter of William and Catherine Booth. She was also known as "la Maréchale".

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All through this night I mean to stayCatherine Booth-Clibborn (Author)3
Best beloved of my soulCatherine Booth-Clibborn (Author)3
Blot, O blot out my transgressionsCatherine Booth-Clibborn (Author)3
Have you heard the glorious tidings, Jesus savesCatherine Booth-Clibborn (Author)5
How can we save a dying worldCatherine Booth-Clibborn (Author)3
In sore distress and sorrowCatherine Booth-Clibborn (Author)3
I've a letter from thy SireCatherine Booth-Clibborn (Author)3
My soul pants after TheeCatherine Booth-Clibborn (Author)3
My spirit worn and wearyCatherine Booth-Clibborn (Author)3
O come, my Redeemer, and chase away the darknessCatherine Booth-Clibborn (Author)3
O hear the cry from every nationCatherine Booth-Clibborn (Author)3
O his wonderful wonderful peaceCatherine Booth-Clibborn (Author)3
O Lamb of God, thou wonderful sin bearerCatherine Booth-Clibborn (Author)English9
O look how thy Savior on CalvaryCatherine Booth-Clibborn (Author)3
O tame me, Lord, rebellious nature calmCatherine Booth-Clibborn (Author)3
O thou who hast loved my soulCatherine Booth-Clibborn (Author)3
O spotless Lamb, I come to theeMrs. C. B. (Author)23
Peace, perfect peace, my spirit knowsCatherine Booth-Clibborn (Author)3
Remember Calvary's storyCatherine Booth-Clibborn (Author)3
Return, return, the God of loveCatherine Booth-Clibborn (Author)2
Sad and alone your way must beCatherine Booth-Clibborn (Author)3
There is a light that shines on meCatherine Booth-Clibborn (Author)4
Trust thy future to thy GodCatherine Booth-Clibborn (Author)3
Up to Calvary we are goingCatherine Booth-Clibborn (Author)3
What my soul seeks, O RedeemerCatherine Booth-Clibborn (Author)4
Why art thou so cast downCatherine Booth-Clibborn (Author)3
Without thee, my soul can neverCatherine Booth-Clibborn (Author)3

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