William T. Pettengell

Short Name: William T. Pettengell
Full Name: Pettengell, William T., 1873-1956
Birth Year: 1873
Death Year: 1956

Born: Oc­to­ber 6, 1873, Cur­tis Cor­ner, Leeds, Maine. Died: Jan­u­a­ry 24, 1956, Wau­ke­sha, Wi­scon­sin.

Pettengell at­tend­ed Sar­a­to­ga Bib­li­cal Sem­in­a­ry, Sar­a­to­ga Springs, New York. He and his wife moved to Wau­ke­sha, Wis­con­sin in 1906. He was an ac­tive mem­ber of the Me­tro­pol­i­tan Church As­so­ci­a­tion (Burn­ing Bush) for ma­ny years, and preached and sang in Amer­i­ca, Ca­na­da, and Scot­land.

Cyber Hymnal

Texts by William T. Pettengell (28)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
As Isr'l lay encampedWilliam T. Pettengill (Author)2
Come, unto the Lord, give thanks and singWilliam T. Pettengill (Author)2
Deeper than the deepest oceanWilliam T. Pettengill (Author)2
Glorious morning, eternal and brightWilliam T. Pettengill (Author)2
Hark, the stirring trumpet call I hearWilliam T. Pettengill (Author)2
I love the one who died to save meWilliam T. Pettengill (Author)2
I need thy presence each passing hourWilliam T. Pettengill (Author)2
I today am dwelling Where the songsWilliam T. Pettengill (Author)3
I've a song of joy todayWilliam T. Pettengill (Author)2
Jesus is coming, go herald the tidingsWilliam T. Pettengill (Author)20
Jesus, thy name is the sweetest themeWilliam T. Pettengill (Author)2
Jesus will heal youWilliam T. Pettengill (Author)2
Just before the Savior went to heavenWilliam T. Pettengill (Author)2
My sins were more than I could countWilliam T. Pettengill (Author)2
Naught in this world, or in heaven so fairWilliam T. Pettengill (Author)2
O hear the glad message of victoryWilliam T. Pettengill (Author)2
O Jesus, at thy feet I fallWilliam T. Pettengill (Author)2
O the love of God makes the sunshineWilliam T. Pettengill (Author)3
O wanderer, list to these words of loveWilliam T. Pettengill (Author)2
On to realms supernal, Christ our Captain leadsWilliam T. Pettengill (Author)2
Onward we will go with singingWilliam T. Pettengill (Author)2
Spread the news of victoryWilliam T. Pettengill (Author)2
The blood of Jesus, atonement madeWilliam T. Pettengill (Author)2
The world in stillness was sleepingWilliam T. Pettengill (Author)2
There is a home beyond the skyWilliam T. Pettengill (Author)1
What would you give in exchange for your soulWilliam T. Pettengill (Author)1
When the day of Pentecost was fully comeWilliam T. Pettengill (Author)2
Why wait in sorrow for the tomorrowWilliam T. Pettengill (Author)2
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