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John J. Hood

Short Name: John J. Hood
Full Name: Hood, John J., 1847-?
Birth Year: 1847

Born: 1847, Scotland.
Died: After 1929 (he was in the 1930 census).

Hood ran a Gospel music publishing business in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, from as early as 1875 to at least 1913.

Texts by John J. Hood (11)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
At the feast of Belshazzar and a thousand of his lordsJohn J. Hood (Author)English1
Cast thy bread upon the waters Who have but scant supplyJohn J. Hood (Author)English14
Cast thy bread upon the waters, Ye who have but scant supplyJohn J. Hood (Author)English1
Glory be to God in the highestJohn J. Hood (Author)2
I am far from my homeJohn J. Hood (Author)2
It must be settled tonight, Tomorrow may be too lateJohn J. Hood (Author)English1
Jesus long his love has offeredJohn J. Hood (Author)3
O Jesus, our Savior, All praise to Thy nameJohn J. Hood (Author)English3
Our country's flag, O emblem dearJohn J. Hood (Author)2
Our Savior came down from his home in the skiesJohn J. Hood (Author)2
We're marching on to glory landJohn J. Hood (Author)2
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