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John B. Vaughan

John B. Vaughan
Short Name: John B. Vaughan
Full Name: Vaughan, John B., 1862-1918
Birth Year: 1862
Death Year: 1918

John B. Vaughan (sometimes misspelled Vaughn), 1862-1918

Born: June 16, 1862, El­bert Coun­ty, Georg­ia.
Died: July 18, 1918, Athens, Georg­ia.
Buried: Oco­nee Hill Cem­e­te­ry, Athens, Georgia.

Vaughan was a Gos­pel song writ­er and mu­sic pub­lish­er. At one time he taught at the South­ern De­vel­op­ment Nor­mal mu­sic school in Wa­co, Tex­as.

Beautiful Home Some­where
There’ll Be Room Enough
’Twill Be Glo­ry By and By
We Shall See the King


Texts by John B. Vaughan (107)sort descendingAsInstances
A few more days of toil belowJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
A few more years, a few more tearsJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
A gentle voice is calling (Vaughan)J. B. Vaughan (Author)2
As the Redeemer journeyed to JerusalemJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
As we journey on our way To a better, brighter dayJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
Beautiful country, land so brightJ. B. Vaughan (Author)3
Beyond the clouds, beyond somewhereJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
Beyond the sea where fadeless glories gleamJ. B. Vaughan (Author)13
Bright hopes of the morningJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
Close by the side of Jesus, 'Tis sweet to walk day by dayJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
Day is now declining, sun is sinkingJ. B. Vaughan (Author)3
Far beyond these sighingJ. B. Vaughan (Author)3
Flow on, old Jordan's wavesJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
Has the old account been settledJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
Home of the soul, that sweet home of the soulJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
How sweet 'twill beJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
How sweet will be that happy timeJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
I am happy all the day (Vaughan)J. B. Vaughan (Author)2
I am longing, waiting, watchingJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
I have heard of a home in the regions aboveJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
I hear some sweet voice in heaven todayJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
I love Jesus, for he first loved meJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
I love the name of Jesus (Vaughan)J. B. Vaughan (Author)3
I love to sing of that sweet dayJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
I will sing you a song of this worldJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
I'll follow my dear SaviorJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
In the dim and distant futureJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
In the rifted rock I'm sweetly restingJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
In the sweet communion here belowJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
Is it far to that beautiful homeJ. B. Vaughan (Author)6
I've fought a good fight (Vaughan)J. B. Vaughan (Author)2
I've heard of a country, O where can it beJ. B. Vaughan (Author)3
Jesus is calling, list to his voiceJ. B. Vaughan (Author)4
Jesus is mighty to save todayJ. B. Vaughan (Author)4
Jesus takes care of meJ. B. Vaughan (Author)3
Let floods of trouble rollJ. B. Vaughan (Author)3
Let us work and wait, let us watch and prayJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
Listen to the murmur of the watersJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
Loving Savior, meek and mild (Vaughan)J. B. Vaughan (Author)2
Matters not where Jesus leads meJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
Methinks I hear my Savior call, And I don't expectJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
My blest companion by my sideJ. B. Vaughan (Author)3
My brother, awake and sing the sweet storyJ. B. Vaughan (Author)29
My Christian friends in bonds of love (Vaughan)J. B. Vaughan (Author)12
My home blessed mansionJ. B. Vaughan (Author)5
My Redeemer has gone to prepareJ. B. Vaughan (Author)26
Never on earth was a dear story toldJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
O blessed thought, how sweet to meJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
O glory, sing glory, I'm happy todayJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
O Savior, I come to theeJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
O the joys untold, while the ages rollJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
O what a singing on that shoreJ. B. Vaughan (Author)3
Oft in visions by faith I can see over thereJ. B. Vaughan (Author)5
Oft times we stand on the shore of death's riverJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
Often I've heard of heaven, wonderful country somewhereJ. B. V. (Author)2
On the raging billowsJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
On the surging billows mid the raging waveJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
One by one, we pass awayJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
Over on the hills in the land of beautyJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
Over on the other shoreJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
Over the river, the river of timeJ. B. Vaughan (Author)4
Resting in Jesus how sweet it must beJ. B. Vaughan (Author)3
Resting in my SaviorJ. B. Vaughan (Author)3
Savior when to thee I callJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
So often cast downJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
Some day I'll see my Savior's faceJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
Soon we'll lay our burdens downJ. B. V. (Author)4
Thank God for that abiding placeJ. B. Vaughan (Author)3
The day known to all draws nearJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
The harvest is o'er, the summer is endedJ. B. Vaughan (Author)6
The time is drawing nearJ. B. Vaughan (Author)3
The windows of heaven are open todayJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
The wonderful day of judgment is comingJ. B. Vaughan (Author)12
The world in sin is drifting day by dayJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
There are complaining people who sayJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
There'll be room enough in HeavenJ. B. Vaughan (Author)5
There's a beautiful home far up in the skyJ. B. Vaughan (Author)22
There's a beautiful song that they singJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
There's a blessed time that's coming, coming soonJ. B. V. (Author)12
There's a calm and sweet reposeJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
There's a dark lonely valleyJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
There's a day that is coming and it won't be very longJ. B. Vaughan (Author)10
There's a glorious time soon comingJ. B. V. (Author)2
There's a home just over yonder, there's a landJ. B. Vaughan (Author)6
There's a land of peace and gloryJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
There's a place prepared, we knowJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
There's a sweet new song in the heavenly throngJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
There's a train that's boundJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
Though dark and gloomy be the nightJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
Though the billows round me rollJ. B. Vaughan (Author)3
Waiting and watching, my SaviorJ. B. Vaughan (Author)3
Water fresh from the fountainJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
We are going home to glory (Vaughan)J. B. Vaughan (Author)2
We are going up to Bethel, we will meet our Savior thereJ. B. V. (Author)2
We are passing away, yes passing awayJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
We must shed the parting tearJ. B. Vaughan (Author)10
We see our friends are weepingJ. B. Vaughan (Author)7
We'll meet beyond the shores of timeJ. B. Vaughan (Author)3
What a sweet, new songJ. B. Vaughan (Author)6
When our pilgrimage is o'er, And we reach the other shoreJ. B. Vaughan (Author)15
When we all get over yonderJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
When you see a soul in bondageJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
When your way seems sad and gloomyJ. B. Vaughan (Author)3
Will you come to the LordJ. B. Vaughan (Author)3
Won't that be a meetingJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
Working for Jesus living for JesusJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
You fashion loving Christian, you will surely be deniedJ. B. Vaughan (Author)2
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