Annie Wittenmyer

Annie Wittenmyer
Short Name: Annie Wittenmyer
Full Name: Wittenmyer, Annie, 1827-1900
Birth Year: 1827
Death Year: 1900

Sarah Ann Turner; b. 8/26/1827; d. 2/2/1900; Wittenmyer, Annie (Turner) 1827-1900; usage: Annie Wittenmyer


Texts by Annie Wittenmyer (15)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
A wonderful joy and salvationAnnie Wittenmeyer (Author)2
Al 're til Jesus at livAnnie Wittenmeyer (Author)2
All glory to Jesus be given That life and salvation are freeAnnie Wittenmeyer (Author)39
I have entered the valley of blessing so sweetAnnie Wittenmeyer (Author)79
Jag har hunnit välsignelsens ljufligadalMiss Annie Wittenmyer (Author)2
Jesus died upon the tree, That from sin we might be freeAnnie Wittenmeyer (Author)11
My sins far outnumbered the sands of the seaAnnie Wittenmeyer (Author)2
My sister, the Master is calling for youMrs. Annie Wytenmeyer (Author)6
O ich wandle im Tale der Wonne so suessAnnie Wittenmeyer (Author)3
So bin ich nun gekommen ins selige ThalAnnie Wittenmeyer (Author)German1
The burdens of life may be manyAnnie Wittenmeyer (Author)13
The Lord is my refuge and strengthAnnie Wittenmeyer (Author)4
There's a love that is sweeter than earth's sweetest thingAnnie Wittenmeyer (Author)6
We're climbing the mountain of blessingAnnie Wittenmeyer (Author)5
When the curtains are lifted, O what shall I see?Annie Wittenmeyer (Author)25

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