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M. L. Wheeler

Author of "Sunshine for my shadows"

Maria Wheeler

Author of "The Quiet Vale of Prayer"

Mary Sparkes Wheeler

1835 - 1919 Author of "Calling for You"

Max Wheeler

b. 1932 Author of "I Can See The Gates Of Heaven" in Clarion Call

Opal Wheeler

Person Name: O. Wheeler Editor of "" in The Singing Choir

Palmer Wheeler

1905 - 1983 Author of "I'll do the best I can" In his mid-twenties, Palmer Esker Wheeler joined the first Stamps Quartet, singing for Victor Records. In his mid-thirties, he joined the Vaughan Quartet and sang in concerts and on the radio. He was known as "the golden tenor voice of gospel music." His songs were published by Stamps-Baxter and Vaughan Music. In his mid-thirties, he left quartet singing to teach at Freed-Hardeman College (Henderson, Tennessee). He led singing for many Churches of Christ congregations. He published Youth Melodies and Action Songs in 1952. His most popular songs included I Want To Go To Heaven When I Die, Have I Done The Best I Can, Tomorrow May Be Too Late, and We Will Never Be Sorry. Source: Gospel Gems: A Collection of Songs by Palmer and Tommy Wheeler. - M. Lynn

Mrs. Palmer Wheeler

Author of "Have I Done the Best I Can?"

Roy Wheeler

Author of "I Need Thee, Dear Lord"

Mrs. T. Wheeler

Author of "For Me All Is Well" in Timeless Truths

Tommy Wheeler

? - 2015 Author of "O Lord, We Praise Thy Name" in Redeeming Love Tommy E. Wheeler came from a singing family. His father, Palmer, and uncle Roy sang gospel music in the first Stamps Quartet. He studied music at Abilene Christian College (now University) and composed and wrote several gospel songs, including I Love The Lord, The Way of Truth, I Met The Master Face to Face, and Live For Him. Source: Gospel Gems: A Collection of Songs by Palmer and Tommy Wheeler. - M. Lynn


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