|Short Name:||J. W. Burgess|
|Full Name:||Burgess, J. W. (Joseph W.), 1851-1927|
Born: January 1, 1851, Dansville, New York. Died: May 20, 1927, San Diego County, California.
Buried: Cypress View Mausoleum and Crematory, San Diego, California.
A journalist and temperance crusader, Burgess edited God’s Blessings (Dansville, New York: A. M. Hall, 1890), and founded the Dansville Breeze. In 1889, he married Helen Frances Sutton in Hornellsville, New York. They later settled in San Diego, California.
Sources: Findagrave, accessed 17 Nov 2016
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|Texts by J. W. Burgess (13)||As||Instances|
|How long since you wrote to your mother||Joseph W. Burgess (Author)||3|
|I am thinking tonight of the far away years||Joseph W. Burgess (Author)||1|
|I know not where the way may lead me||J. W. B. (Author)||2|
|It is strange, so very strange, that I cannot understand||J. W. B. (Author)||3|
|The gospel ship is sailing||J. W. B. (Author)||2|
|The Lord said to Gideon: Go forward!||J. W. B. (Author)||3|
|The sower goes forth in the morning||Joseph W. Burgess (Author)||3|
|Was it for me the Savior came||J. W. Burgess (Author)||2|
|We as pilgrims journey on||J. W. B. (Author)||2|
|When I'm footsore and weary||J. W. B. (Author)||2|
|When temptations come upon me||Joseph W. Burgess (Author)||2|
|When the waves are rolling fast||Joseph W. Burgess (Author)||4|
|Why stand ye idle all the day||J. W. B. (Author)||2|