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Alice Jean Cleator

Short Name: Alice Jean Cleator
Full Name: Cleator, Alice Jean, 1871-1926
Birth Year: 1871
Death Year: 1926

Alice Jean Cleator, 1871-1926

Born: Cir­ca 1871, An­dre­as, Isle of Man, Eng­land.
Died: Cir­ca April 27, 1926, Cleve­land, Ohio.
Cleator’s family ev­i­dent­ly em­igrat­ed to Amer­i­ca in the 1870’s. She was liv­ing in Clar­idon, Ohio, in 1880, & Geau­ga Coun­ty, Ohio, in 1900, 1910, & 1920. She taught school in New York Ci­ty, re­tir­ing some time be­fore 1915.

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Texts by Alice Jean Cleator (245)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
A happy band of helpersAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
A shining world of flowers belowAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
A step on the threshold, a knock at the doorAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Again the golden sunbeamsAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
All the city lies in sleepingAlice Jean Cleator (Author)3
Are there any standing idle while the harvest passes byAlice Jean Cleator (Author)8
Are we mindful of our dutyAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Are you helping win the battle of JehovahAlice Jean Cleator (Author)7
Are you loitering in the highway while the harvest days go byAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Are you working for the LordAlice Jean Cleator (Author)English2
As onward you journey on life's rugged wayAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
As soldiers we've enlistedAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
As the moments fall there's workAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
As you journey along o'er the highway of lifeAlice Jean Cleator (Author)4
At the portals of lightAlice Jean Cleator (Author)English2
Awake, awake, O heart, and singAlice Jean Cleator (Author)English3
Awake, O world, from slumberAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Be a little light for JesusAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Be a little sunbeam everywhere you goAlice Jean Cleator (Author)English9
Be a soldier trueAlice Jean Cleator (Author)3
Be a witness for the Master, Speak for him whate'er the costAlice Jean Cleator (Author)English2
Be happy sings the little birdAlice Jean Cleator (Author)3
Beautiful blossoms we bring todayAlice Jean Cleator (Author)English2
Beautiful Christmas timeAlice Jean Cleator (Author)English3
Beautiful lilies white as the snowAlice Jean Cleator (Author)English3
Beautiful star of the agesAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Behold the Savior silent stand ere slain on CalvaryAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Bells today are ringing, ringing, swingingAlice Jean Cleator (Author)English2
Beyond the hills, beyond the seaAlice Jean Cleator (Author)English3
Beyond the shadows of the sinking dayAlice Jean Cleator (Author)5
Beyond the sunset gates of goldAlice Jean Cleator (Author)3
Beyond the sunshine and the rainAlice Jean Cleator (Author)English2
Beyond the winter's storms and blightAlice Jean Cleator (Author)English9
Bright Easter is comingAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Came an angel to Joshua in commandAlice J. Cleator (Author)English3
Christian, haste ere the night beginAlice Jean Cleator (Author)3
Come, thou who art athirst todayAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Come with thy burden, come with thy sinAlice Jean Cleator (Author)English2
Daily we are sowingAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Daisies of the meadow, in the grasses tallAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Dare to be true if the tempter assailAlice Jean Cleator (Author)3
Dark winter's night has flown awayAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Do the duty nearest lyingAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Down the ages afar, Once again we beholdAlice Jean Cleator (Author)English2
Easter bells are ringing everywhere like a mighty voiceAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Every day for Jesus, 'tis a debt we oweAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Every loving service for the Master givenAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Fling abroad the gospel bannerAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Flowers of June are gleamingAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Flowers are blooming everywhereAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Forward, Christian soldier, forward go with songAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Forward, forward, Christian soldiers, ever onward goAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Gladly we welcome you all back againAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
God will not fail youAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Hail the joy to mortals givenAlice Jean Cleator (Author)English3
Hail the Lord of gloryAlice Jean Cleator (Author)4
Happy Christmas snowflakesAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Hark the angels' song, hark the angels' songAlice Jean Cleator (Author)English4
Hark, the bells of joy are ringingAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Hark the dear Savior's knockAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Hark, the gladness ringingAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Hark, the tramp of coming legionsAlice Jean Cleator (Author)English3
Hark! there's a voice that calls today!Alice Jean Cleator (Author)English2
Hark, there's someone knockingAlice Jean Cleator (Author)3
Hark, unto the anthems ringingAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Have you left the path of sinAlice Jean Cleator (Author)3
Hear us, heavenly Father, as on Thee we callAlice Jean Cleator (Author)English4
Heavenly Father, as we bow before TheeAlice Jean Cleator (Author)English7
I have called upon the SaviorAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
I heard a knock at my heart's doorAlice Jean Cleator (Author)English2
I trust in my gracious RedeemerAlice J. Cleator (Author)English2
If Temptation oft confronts youAlice Jean Cleator (Author)3
If the Lord hath led you from the power of sinAlice Jean Cleator (Author)English2
If you have a heart that'sAlice Jean Cleator (Author)4
In life's garden we are sowingAlice Jean Cleator (Author)English6
In the dim woodlands, silent and deepAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
In the field, in the woodAlice Jean Cleator (Author)3
In the hall of judgment, see the Savior standAlice Jean Cleator (Author)English4
In the still garden, dark and loneAlice Jean Cleator (Author)3
In the valiant Christian armyAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
In this world of darkness let us ever beAlice Jean Cleator (Author)English5
Jesus belongs to allAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Jesus is calling you into the foldAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Jesus my barque is frail, wide is the sea]Alice Jean Cleator (Author)English2
Jesus, Savior, bless us nowAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Joy of all nationsAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Just a cup of cooling waterAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Just a dainty basket Filled with autumn bloomAlice Jean Cleator (Author)6
Just a day of service for the Master givenAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Keep the foe retreatingAlice Jean Cleater (Author)English2
Lead us, Savior, lead us everAlice Jean Cleator (Author)English7
Leading souls to JesusAlice Jean Cleator (Author)English2
Learn of Jesus every dayAlice Jean Cleator (Author)English3
Learn to look on the bright sideAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Let the gospel banner be unfurledAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Let us bring our offeringsAlice Jean Cleator (Author)English2
Let us sing the song of the birds on wingAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Lift the banner of the crossAlice Jean Cleator (Author)5
Light the shining lamp of loveAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Lilies of Easter, wondrously fairAlice Jean Cleator (Author)3
Lilies of the valley white as drifted snowAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Little stars of ChristmasAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Long, long ago, some shepherdsAlice Jean Cleator (Author)3
Lord, we seek from thee a blessingAlice Jean Cleator (Author)4
Low at the throne of grace we bowAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Marching, ever onward, little travelers weAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Merry bells of EasterAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Not alone in the Bible God's loveAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Now enthroned in gloryAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Now we hail the joyous chime of Easter joybellsAlice Jean Cleator (Author)3
O buttercup, rose, and lilyAlice Jean Cleator (Author)3
O city of David arouse from restAlice Jean Cleator (Author)3
O day of days that time can never dimAlice Jean Cleator (Author)4
O dreaming hills and valleysAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
O dreaming plain and riverAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
O Father, lead us gently by the handAlice Jean Cleator (Author)English7
O King of love, King of loveAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
O little shell by the sea-shoreAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
O praise the Lord, ye hills and valesAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
O season sweet when hill and valeAlice Jean Cleator (Author)3
O soldiers of Christ, thou shalt victory winAlice Jean Cleator (Author)4
O the book of the ages no power can overthrowAlice Jean Cleator (Author)English3
O the promises of God Long have Satan's might withstoodAlice Jean Cleator (Author)16
O the song that echoed from starry spheresAlice Jean Cleator (Author)3
O theme of music's pagesAlice Jean Cleator (Author)3
O there's light in the skiesAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
O time of joy and gladnessA. J. C. (Author)2
O we greet with joy and songAlice Jean Cleator (Author)3
O ye who are fighting the forces of wrongAlice Jean Cleator (Author)3
O ye who walk the paths of sinAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
O'er songless field and forestAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
O ring the joybells over and overAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
On shining brook and boundless seaAlice Jean Cleator (Author)English2
On the summer breezesAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
On this day of gladness, let us join to singAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Once a golden star blossomed in the skyAlice Jean Cleator (Author)English3
One little word for JesusAlice Jean Cleator (Author)3
Only a song for Jesus, the story, sweet and oldAlice Jean Cleator (Author)English2
Onward all ye nations in the march of peaceAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Our Father's love is over allAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Out in summer's land of wonderAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Over every land in darknessAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Over the lands that now are lying in the shadows of despairAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Over the ocean in silence growsAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Praise, O praise the Lord, ye nationsAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Praise the Lord, O shining worlds aboveAlice Jean Cleator (Author)3
Praise the Lord, ye glowing fountainsAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Praise to God is everywhereAlice Jean Cleator (Author)3
Preist den Herrn all seine WerkeAlice Jean Cleator (Author)German2
Put on your royal splendersAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Raise high the gospel bannerAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Rejoice, for summer time is here.Alice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Rejoice, rejoice, to earth is givenAlice Jean Cleator (Author)English2
Rifts of blue are gleaming throughA. J. C. (Author)3
River and valley, mountains so grandAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Roses of June-timeAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Roses smile in every placeAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Savior, guide our footstepsAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Scatter shining sunbeamsAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
See the captive Daniel kneeling at his prayerAlice Jean Cleator (Author)English2
Since I came to the Savior for pardonAlice Jean Cleator (Author)3
Sing and rejoice! The Lord is come!Alice Jean Cleator (Author)English3
Sing, little birdieAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Sing little birds in the tree topsAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Sing, sing, sing, little birdAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Sinner, the time of salvation is nowAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Soldiers of the cross, be loyalAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Some day I shall cross the riverAlice Jean Cleator (Author)3
Someone is waiting for words you may sayAlice Jean Cleator (Author)4
Someone spoke a pleasant wordAlice Jean Cleator (Author)English2
Sound, sound the battle cry, legions of sin are nighAlice Jean Cleator (Author)English9
Stand apart with JesusAlice Jean Cleator (Author)3
Stream and vale, rejoice and singAlice Jean Cleator (Author)English4
Swing open thy gateways, O heart of mineAlice Jean Cleator (Author)English2
Take heed what you sowAlice Jean Cleator (Author)3
Thank you, thank youAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
The harvest depends on the seedAlice J. Cleator (Author)2
The lillies know it's springtimeAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
The morning is breakingAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
The praise of the heavenly KingAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
The praises of the heavenly KingAlice Jean Cleator (Author)5
The precious sacrifice is madeAlice Jean Cleator (Author)English2
The roses are bringingAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
The Savior loved the childrenAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
The south winds are chanting a carolAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
The world must be taken for JesusAlice Jean Cleator (Author)English13
There are burdens to be lightenedAlice Jean Cleator (Author)5
There are many today who are wandering awayAlice Jean Cleator (Author)English5
There is a city that gleams afarAlice Jean Cleator (Author)English4
There is sunshine for all who are lookingAlice Jean Cleator (Author)3
There's a blessing for you if you'll only rejoiceAlice Jean Cleator (Author)4
There's a call for volunteers in the army of the Lord!Alice Jean Cleator (Author)2
There's a gleam of light in the skiesAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
There's a place just for you in the work of the LordAlice Jean Cleator (Author)3
There's a right and wrong sideAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
There’s a song of gladness in the summer-landAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
There's a story sweet and old, that is waiting to be toldAlice Jean Cleator (Author)11
There's a tempest ever ragingAlice Jean Cleator (Author)3
There's many a blessing glad and sweetAlice Jean Cleator (Author)English2
They will meet me over thereAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Though oft thy prayers seem all in vainAlice Jean Cleator (Author)4
Though life's pathway may lead through the shadowsAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Though mighty hosts of sin assailAlice Jean Cleator (Author)English7
Though tempest clouds may darkly rollAlice Jean Cleator (Author)3
Though the seasons come and goA. J. C. (Author)English2
Though the storms of life appallAlice Jean Cleator (Author)4
Though time brings changes and decayAlice Jean Cleator (Author)3
Though we are but children, something we can doAlice Jean Cleator (Author)English2
Though we cross the ocean deepsAlice Jean Cleator (Author)4
Thousand Voices RingingAlice Jean Cleator (Author)English2
Thy cup of woe, thy weight of lossAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Tick, tock, tick, tock, tick, tock, tick, tockAlice Jean Cleator (Author)4
To thee whose power no bounds can knowAlice Jean Cleator (Author)3
Traveler on life's winding wayAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Under the snow so white and deepAlice Jean Cleator (Author)7
Victor now the Savior standsAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
We are little daffodilsAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
We are soldiers of the King, We'll battle for the rightAlice Jean Cleator (Author)English2
We hail thee, glorious summerAlice J. Cleator (Author)English3
We love the summer time so dearAlice Jean Cleator (Author)English2
We welcome thee, O sacred dayAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Welcome, O summer, joy thrillsAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
We're little ships that sail awayAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
What gladness comes with shades of nightAlice Jean Cleator (Author)4
What seed are you sowing in life's harvest fieldAlice Jean Cleator (Author)4
When burdens of life seem too heavy to bearAlice Jean Cleator (Author)3
When life's trials are over, its battles all wonAlice Jean Cleater (Author)English2
When roses from their sleep awakeA. J. C. (Author)2
When the days of earth have their courses runAlice Jean Cleator (Author)3
When the icy chains are brokenAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
When the smiling skies of springAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
When the summer comes with its cloudless skiesAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Where Jesus dwells there is sunshineAlice Jean Cleator (Author)3
Where some pathway in shadow is lyingAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Who will be a helperAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Why are treetops swayingAlice Jean Cleator (Author)English2
Wide swing the portals of mercy todayAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Would you at the harvestAlice Jean Cleator (Author)3
Would you be guided o'er life's rugged wayAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Would you haste today, O Christian, on the errands of the KingAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Would you scatter blessed sunshineAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
Would your hearts be filled with raptureAlice Jean Cleator (Author)9
Wouldst thou have sunshine when shadows are deepAlice Jean Cleator (Author)English3
Ye lands, where the flag of the Lord is unfurledAlice Jean Cleator (Author)4
You can make your life a wondrous powder for JesusAlice Jean Cleator (Author)2
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