William M. Lighthall

William M. Lighthall
Short Name: William M. Lighthall
Full Name: Lighthall, William M., 1865-1949
Birth Year: 1865
Death Year: 1949

Lighthall, William M. (Omestown, Canada, ca. 1865--?). Railroad (Delaware & Hudson) employee and telegrapher, 30 years. Moved to Rouses Point, New York, in 1881. Presbyterian Church, Odd Fellows, Mason. Member of Rouses Point School Board, 15+ years (President, Secretary).

See: Gabriel, Charles. (1916). Singers and their songs. Chicago: Rodeheaver Co.

--Keith C. Clark, DNAH Archives

Texts by William M. Lighthall (21)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
Es durchhebt meine Seele ein wortloserWilliam M Lighthall (Author)2
I have a Savior I want you to knowWilliam M Lighthall (Author)6
I love to think of that happy dayWilliam M. Lighthall (Author)3
I never knew that life could be so sweet, Till Jesus came so sweetly into mineW. M. Lighthall (Author)3
If we were more like Jesus in the life we liveW. M. Lighthall (Author)2
Jesus' blood was all-sufficientW. M. L. (Author)2
Jesus so sweetly saved even meWilliam M Lighthall (Author)2
Just a little more like JesusWilliam M. Lighthall (Author)2
Let your light shine wheresoe'er you goWilliam M. Lighthall (Author)37
My Father will not let me fallWilliam McPhersoh Lighthall (Author)4
Once on a time there lived a kingWilliam M. Lighthall (Author)2
[Someone Is Looking to You]William M Lighthall (Author)English2
The time is coming by and by When all life's trialsW. M. Lighthall (Author)3
There's a boy whose heart is sad tonightW. M. Lighthall (Author)3
There's a song in my heart that my lips cannot singW. M. Lighthall (Author)48
This thought is dearer far to meW. M. Lighthall (Author)English5
Thou, God, who sendest me All goodWilliam M Lighthall (Author)2
To whom shall we go when temptation is nighWilliam M. Lighthall (Author)2
We serve a Master great and strongWilliam M. Lighthall (Author)2
When earthly friends are fewWilliam M Lighthall (Author)2
When I gave my heart to Jesus (Lighthall)William M. Lighthall (Author)2
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