Mary E. Kail

Mary E. Kail
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Short Name: Mary E. Kail
Full Name: Kail, Mary E., 1828-1890
Birth Year (est.): 1828
Death Year: 1890

Mary Elizabeth Harper Kail, Circa 1828-1890

Born: 1827 or 1828, Washington, DC.
Died: January 28, 1890, Washington, DC, or Ohio.

Daughter of Andrew Harper and Mary McDermott-Roe (daughter of Cornelius McDermott-Roe, a laborer who worked for George Washington). Mary’s father died young, possibly of malaria, while Mary and her sister Virginia were children. Mary and Virginia moved together to Carroll County, Ohio, and in 1843 Mary married Gabriel Kail (1814-88). By 1878, Mary was editor of the Connotton Valley Times in Carroll County. In the late 1880s, Mary was a clerk for the United States Treasury Department; she lost that job in September 1885 due to a change in administration. Her works include:

Crown Our Heroes, and Other Poems, 1887

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Texts by Mary E. Kail (31)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
After the harvest, golden sheavesMary E. Kail (Author)English4
Always cheerful through the nightMary E. Kail (Author)English2
Christmas bells are softly chimingMary E. Kail (Author)English1
Come, let us sing of that sweet landMary E. Kail (Author)3
From the path of sin and sorrowMary E. Kail (Author)English2
Go work, for the harvest is nearMary Elizabeth Harper Kail (Author)English10
Grandly our armies are risingMary E. Kail (Author)English4
Have you heard the good news by the gospel proclaimedMrs. Mary E. Kail (Author)English12
Joyfully, cheerfully, onward we goMrs. Mary E. Kail (Author)English2
Lo the royal harvest ripensMary E. Kail (Author)English3
Morn is breaking over the hillsMary E. Kail (Author)English3
My home is in the heavenly landMary E. Kail (Author)English7
Never give up the SaviorMrs. Mary E. Kail (Author)3
Open wide the golden portalMary E. Kail (Author)English2
Sinner, come to the crossMary E. Kail (Author)English5
Sinner, the blessed gospelMary E. Kail (Author)4
Sinner, will you not relentMary E. Kail (Author)English4
The harvest work is truly greatMrs. Mary E. Kail (Author)2
The world is a warfareMary E. Kail (Author)4
There's not a cloud that floats on highMary E. Kail (Author)English3
This life is a fanciful stage of commotionMrs Mary E. Kail (Author)English2
We are a little pilgrim band, We're going to work for JesusMary E. Kail (Author)English2
We gather in the Sabbath schoolMary E. Kail (Author)English5
We'll soon be there in that bright landMary E. Kail (Author)4
What though storm clouds darkly gatherMary E. Kail (Author)English1
When 'mid storms of life we wanderMary E. Kail (Author)2
When 'mid the darkness of the nightMary E. Kail (Author)English3
When shall I wear a golden crownMary E. Kail (Author)2
When we cross the crystal riverMary E. Kail (Author)4
Who will go and work for Jesus? Work, while yet 'tis called today?Mary E. Hail (Author)English3
Will you come to the crossMary E. Kail (Author)2
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