F. G. Burroughs

Short Name: F. G. Burroughs
Full Name: Burroughs, F. G., 1856-1949
Birth Year: 1856
Death Year: 1949

F. G. Burroughs was born in 1856 (nee Ophelia G. Browning) was the daughter of William Garretson Browning, a Methodist Episcopal minister, and Susan Rebecca Webb Browning. She married Thomas E. Burroughs in 1884. He died in 1904. She married Arthur Prince Adams, in 1905. He was a minister. Her poem, "Unanswered yet" which was written in 1879, was published in the The Christian Standard in 1880 with the name F. G. Browning. She also wrote under the name of Ophelia G. Adams and Mrs. T. E. Burroughs.

Dianne Shapiro from The Literary Digest, July 29, 1899., The Register, Pine Plains, NY, October 24, 1884, Alumni Record of Wesleyan University, Middleton, Conn. 1921


Texts by F. G. Burroughs (96)sort iconAsInstances
A mother's voice is callingF. G. Burroughs (Author)2
A Sunday School army here gathered are weF. G. Burroughs (Author)2
Above the clouds of unbeliefF. G. Burroughs (Author)2
All hail the royal colors of red and white and blueF. G. Burroughs (Author)3
An army is coming, their footsteps we hearF. G. Burroughs (Author)3
Awake, awake, the trumpet sounds the callF. G. Burroughs (Author)2
Awake the songs of gladnessF. G. Burroughs (Author)2
Blessed Redeemer, great is thy loveF. G. Burroughs (Author)2
Breathe thou upon us, Holy GhostF. G. Burroughs (Author)3
By the cross of Christ I lingerMiss F. G. Browning (Author)3
Can a mother forget the child of her loveF. G. Burroughs (Author)2
Children in the temple cryF. G. Burroughs (Author)4
The clouds may come in sable blueMrs. F. G. Burroughs (Author)2
Come into the sunshine, why linger in shade?F. G. Burroughs (Author)2
Come, thou into the ark of the LordF. G. Burroughs (Author)2
Dear Lord, take up our tangled strandsMrs. F. G. Burroughs, 20th Century (Author)33
Enter into thy closetF. G. Burroughs (Author)5
Fear not the foe's advanceF. G. Burroughs (Author)2
Freely freely God hath blessedF. G. Burroughs (Author)2
From a riven side it flowethF. G. Burroughs (Author)2
Gifts we bring to our KingF. G. Burroughs (Author)4
Go forth, go forth, though weepingF. G. Burroughs (Author)2
Go quickly go, the angelic words repeatingF. G. Burroughs (Author)2
"Go ye into all the world!" Hear the Lord's commandF. G. Burroughs (Author)2
God be with thee, God be with theeF. G. Burroughs (Author)5
Hark, hark! for the sound of a trumpetF. G. Burroughs (Author)2
Have you sat beside the oceanF. G. Burroughs (Author)2
Heavenly Father we thy servantsF. G. Burroughs (Author)2
How my soul panteth and longeth to seeF. G. Burroughs (Author)2
How oft would I have gathered theeF. G. Burroughs (Author)2
I am only a little rose-budF. G. Burroughs (Author)2
I love to think my Father knowsMrs. Ophelia Adams (Author)38
I was glad when they said unto me, Let us go to the house of the Lord (Browning)Miss F. G. Browning (Author)8
I will go in the strength of the Lord To the work He has given me to doF. G. Burroughs (Author)4
I would be a light for Jesus, shiningF. G. Browning (Author)7
I would be a lily fairF. G. Burroughs (Author)2
If you are a soldier in the army of he LordF. G. Burroughs (Author)2
In the footsteps of our SaviorF. G. Burroughs (Author)4
Jesus knows his sheep by nameMrs. F. G. Burroughs (Author)2
Jesus loves the little children (Burroughs)F. G. Burroughs (Author)2
Let me speak a word for JesusF. G. Browning (Author)2
Lo I am with you sweet words of cheerF. G. Burroughs (Author)2
Lord, we feel the showers of blessingF. G. Burroughs (Author)2
Mary stood beside the tombF. G. Burroughs (Author)3
My soul for the Savior is waitingF. G. Burroughs (Author)4
O how can we sail over life's rough seaF. G. Burroughs (Author)2
O Jesus, our Shepherd how sweet is thy voiceF. G. Burroughs (Author)3
O Lord, I will praise thee, For though thou wast angryF. G. Burroughs (Author)4
O 'tis blessed to belong to the household of our KingF. G. Burroughs (Author)2
O'er the earth the flowers growF. G. Burroughs (Author)2
O how blessed is the serviceF. G. Burroughs (Author)5
O how faithful is the sayingF. G. Burroughs (Author)4
O I am so happy all the dayF. G. Burroughs (Author)2
On the Christian's path a shining light appearsF. G. Burroughs (Author)2
Once, a slave, I toiled in bondageF. G. Borroughs (Author)1
Press on ye blood bought legionsF. G. Burroughs (Author)2
Quit you like men, be strong, lean on the Lord'sF. G. Burroughs (Author)6
Return, return, thy Father's voice is pleadingF. G. Burroughs (Author)2
Riches in glory, O what a thoughtF. G. Burroughs (Author)6
Send out thy light and truth, O LordF. G. Burroughs (Author)8
Since I came at Jesus' biddingF. G. Burroughs (Author)7
So strong is our LeaderF. G. Burroughs (Author)4
Soldiers of the Sunday school armyF. G. Burroughs (Author)2
Someone today will seek thy faceF. G. Burroughs (Author)4
Take my little faith and hold itMrs. F. G. Burroughs (Author)5
Teach us, Lord, from day to dayMrs. F. G. Burroughs (Author)2
There are life saving stations along the shoreF. G. Burroughs (Author)2
There is an olden story, waftingF. G. Burroughs (Author)2
There's no condemnation to them in Christ JesusF. G. Burroughs (Author)4
There's nothing too hard for the LordMrs. F. G. Burroughs (Author)2
This life is like a vapor That soon shall pass awayF. G. Burroughs (Author)3
Though numbered with the sin-defiledF. G. Burroughs (Author)5
'Tis a faithful saying, worthy to recieveF. G. Burroughs (Author)2
Unanswered yet? The prayer your lips have pleadedMiss F. G. Browning (Author)52
Was it our sins of scarlet dyeF. G. Burroughs (Author)2
Wast thou smitten, wast thou smittenF. G. Burroughs (Author)2
We are ever marching onF. G. Burroughs (Author)2
We are marching on (Burroughs)F. G. Burroughs (Author)2
We are youthful soldiersF. G. Burroughs (Author)2
We march, we march to the merry chimeF. G. Browning (Author)2
We who have believed do enter into restF. G. Burroughs (Author)2
We'll do the duty next at handMrs. F. G. Burroughs (Author)2
What are you trusting in, brotherF. G. Burroughs (Author)2
What have I done to show my love For him who died on Calvary?F. G. Burroughs (Author)2
What if today the sun is hidF. G. Burroughs (Author)5
What is the theme of joy todayF. G. Burroughs (Author)3
What though the clouds hang heavyMrs. F. G. Burroughs (Author)2
What will you do with the King called JesusF. G. Burroughs (Author)20
While Sabbath bells their sweetest tuneF. G. Burroughs (Author)2
Whither do you journey sailorF. G. Burroughs (Author)2
Who'll do his best to honor our JesusF. G. Burroughs (Author)2
Why will ye die, when promised life eternalF. G. Burroughs (Author)3
With hosannas loud make the welkin ringF. G. Burroughs (Author)2
Would you know the secretMrs. F. G. Burroughs (Author)2
Would you see Jesus, O weary, tempted soulF. G. Burroughs (Author)3
You ask me how I gave my heart to ChristOphelia G. Adams (Author)3



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