|Short Name:||Charles Derry|
|Full Name:||Derry, Charles, 1826-1921|
Born: July 25, 1826, Bloxwich, Staffordshire, England.
Died: July 16, 1921, Woodbine, Iowa.
Buried: Woodbine Cemetery, Woodbine, Iowa.
Derry emigrated to America with his family in 1854, where he united with the Reorganized Church on March 3, 1861. That same day he was ordained an elder; August 3, 1861, a seventy; April 8, 1965, an apostle, serving in that office five years; president of the High Priests’ Quorum (1874-1901); a High Councilor (1890-1903); an evangelical minister, June 8, 1902, which office he held until his death. On December 6, 1862, he was sent to England as a missionary and was abroad two years.
|Texts by Charles Derry (23)||As||Instances|
|Another week of toil and care||Charles Derry (Author)||2|
|Asleep in Jesus, glorious thought||Charles Derry (Author)||3|
|Bereaved friends, weep not for him||Charles Derry (Author)||2|
|Dear Lord, accept the gifts we bring||Charles Derry (Author)||2|
|Death is the heritage of man||Charles Derry (Author)||2|
|Father, from heaven thy dwelling place||Charles Derry (Author)||2|
|Father, it is thy great decree||Charles Derry (Author)||2|
|Great God, on these now deign to smile||Charles Derry (Author)||2|
|Hail, sacred Sabbath, day of rest||Charles Derry (Author)||3|
|Let earth attend, all nations hear||Charles Derry (Author)||2|
|Look ye nations gaze and wonder||Charles Derry (Author)||2|
|Lord, may our hearts be tuned to sing||Charles Derry, 1826-1921 (Author)||6|
|O, Lord, around thine altar now||Charles Derry (Author)||7|
|Shall the righteous dead arise||Charles Derry (Author)||2|
|That we may know thy will supreme||Charles Derry (Author)||2|
|The mystical body of Christ is now come||Charles Derry (Author)||3|
|There is a life beyond the tomb||Charles Derry (Author)||2|
|This is the day the Lord hath made, A day most holy to his name||Charles Derry (Author)||5|
|'Tis faith prepares our hearts to see||Charles Derry (Author)||3|
|We hear thy voice, our Father||Charles Derry (Author)||2|
|We thank thee, God of all the earth||Charles Derry (Author)||2|
|What shall I do to ples' my Lord||Charles Derry (Author)||2|
|Will water cleanse me from all sin||Charles Derry (Author)||2|