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Mrs. S. K. Bourne

Short Name: Mrs. S. K. Bourne
Full Name: Bourne, S. K., Mrs.
Birth Year: 1843
Death Year (est.): 1908

Susan Ketchum Bourne was the widow of the Rev. Shearjashub Bourne. She was largely identified with church and missionary work in the Congregational church of Manhattan, and was an active and charter member of Sorosis. She was perhaps best known to old New Yorkers as the chief founder and President of the Lydia F. Wadleigh Association.

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Texts by Mrs. S. K. Bourne (41)sort descendingAsInstances
أيها الروح المعزي عزّ نفسي بالسرورMrs. S. K. Bourne (Author)1
Accept my grateful praiseS. K. Bourne (Author)4
Another happy hour has passedMrs. S. K. Bourne (Author)2
Another voice is stillMrs. S. K. Bourne (Author)2
By day or night, in joy or painSusan Ketcham Bourne (Author)2
Father, we come in the morningS. K. Bourne (Author)4
Guide me, O my Savior, guide meS. K. Bourne (Author)4
Hallelujah, join the chorusMrs. S. K. Bourne (Author)1
Holy Comforter divine, let thy beamsMrs. S. K. Bourne (Author)1
I know my sin and weaknessS. K. Bourne (Author)3
Jesus, gentle Shepherd, Listen while we singMrs. S. K. Bourne (Author)1
Jesus, hear a little child, May I be kindMrs. S. K. Bourne (Author)1
Jesus, we come to thee, Trusting thy loveMrs. S. K. Bourne (Author)1
Lord, hear our morning prayerS. K. Bourne (Author)3
Merry Christmas bells are ringingMrs. S. K. Bourne (Author)3
My Savior, in thy love abidingMrs. S. K. Bourne (Author)1
No longer I'll wait, O my SaviorMrs. S. K. Bourne (Author)2
O beautiful tree! thy leaves are greenMrs. S. K. Bourne (Author)1
O doubting soul, see JesusS. K. Bourne (Author)4
O Holy Spirit be thou with us nowS. K. Bourne (Author)4
O Jesus, my Savior, I come and confessMrs. S. K. Bourne (Author)1
O Savior, we have proved itMrs. S. K. Bourne (Author)1
O speak to the sinners around youMrs. S. K. Bourne (Author)1
O haste to the Savior todayMrs. S. K. Bourne (Author)1
Once more to thee, O LordS. K. Bourne (Author)4
Risen with Christ, O holy thoughtMrs. S. K. Bourne (Author)1
Savior, I come, I come to TheeBourne (Author)4
Savior, I know how kind Thou artMrs. S. K. Bourne (Author)3
Sing, children, sing, singMrs. S. K. Bourne (Author)1
Songs of praise, songs of praise, Father of lifeMrs. S. K. Bourne (Author)6
The day is spent, and evening shadows fallMrs. S. K. Bourne (Author)4
The Easter lilies send their rich perfumeMrs. S. K. Bourne (Author)1
The scales have fallen from my eyesMrs. S. K. Bourne (Author)1
The world was hushed in silence deepS. K. Bourne (Author)4
Thy gentleness, O gracious wordMrs. S. K. Bourne (Author)1
Trusting, my Lord, in theeMrs. S. K. Bourne (Author)1
Wanderer, Jesus is callingMrs. S. K. Bourne (Author)2
Welcome, summer, for thou bringestS. K. Bourne (Author)4
When all thy mercies, Lord, reviewingMrs. S. K. Bourne (Author)1
When tempests of sorrow ariseMrs. S. K. Bourne (Author)1
Ye soldiers of the Lord, ariseMrs. S. K. Bourne (Author)5
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