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Geo. C. Needham

Geo. C. Needham
Short Name: Geo. C. Needham
Full Name: Needham, Geo. C. (George Carter), 1840-1902
Birth Year: 1840
Death Year: 1902
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Texts by Geo. C. Needham (14)sort descendingAsInstances
A band of women, true and braveGeorge C. Needham (Author)2
As water cold to fainting soulsMrs. Geo. C. Needham (Author)2
Be of good cheer, though billowsGeorge C. Needham (Author)2
For me, for me the Savior cameGeo. C. Needham (Author)2
Fra den brustne Klippe flyderGeorge C. Needham (Author)1
From the riven Rock there flowethGeorge C. Needham (Author)6
I hear the words of JesusGeorge C. Needham (Author)6
I stand, but not as [where] once I did [stood]George C. Needham (Author)9
Like wandering sheep we've roamed afarGeorge C. Needham (Author)2
Mid anguish of griefGeorge C. Needham (Author)2
O day of sacred meetingGeorge C. Needham (Author)2
'Tis a point I fully knowGeorge C. Needham (Author)2
When Jesus to the temple cameGeorge C. Needham (Author)1
When the Lord from heaven appearsGeorge C. Needham (Author)6
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