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Charlie D. Tillman

Charlie D. Tillman
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Short Name: Charlie D. Tillman
Full Name: Tillman, Charlie D. (Charles Davis), 1861-1943
Birth Year: 1861
Death Year: 1943

Tillman, Charles "Charlie" Davis. (Tallahassee, Talapoosa County, Alabama, March 20, 1861--1943). Married Anna Killingsworth (Dec. 24, 1889); four daughters, one son (d.1910).

--Keith C. Clark, DNAH Archives

Wikipedia Biography

Charles Davis Tillman (1861 March 20, Tallassee, Alabama – 1943 September 2, Atlanta, Georgia)—also known as Charlie D. Tillman, Charles Tillman, Charlie Tillman, and C. D. Tillman—was a popularizer of the gospel song. He had a knack for adopting material from eclectic sources and flowing it into the mix now known as southern gospel, becoming one of the formative influences on that genre.

Texts by Charlie D. Tillman (20)sort descendingAsInstances
Brother hear the invitation, Jesus will saveCharlie D. Tillman (Author)9
I am all on the altarCharlie D. Tillman (Author)28
I must tell you what brought me to JesusCharlie D. Tillman (Author)3
I now have the Spirit that setteth me freeCharlie D. Tillman (Author)6
I was traveling the road appallingCharlie D. Tillman (Author)2
In dem obern Saal zusammenCharlie D. Tillman (Author)2
It was good for our mothersC. D. T. (Author)2
Long a broken vase had waitedC. D. T. (Author)1
My Savior calls and I must goCharlie D. Tillman (Author)4
O Lord, send the power just nowC. D. T. (Author)2
O soul so long bound down by sinC. D. T. (Author)3
The sands have been washed in the footprintsC. D. T. (Author)4
The Spirit is calling O do not delayCharlie D. Tillman (Author)3
There's a way that leads to glory, which long has stood the testC. D. T. (Author)3
They were in an upper chamber, They were all with one accordC. D. T. (Author)102
Though like others, you're not gifted, You can shineC. D. T. (Author)1
Though like others you're not giftedCharlie D. Tillman (Author)2
Unanswered yet? The prayer your lips have pleadedCharles D. Tillman (Author)1
We greet you on this glad birthdayCharlie D. Tillman (Author)2
We will sing about the happy dayCharlie D. Tillman (Author)2

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