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Beloved and honored, fare thee well

Beloved and honored, fare thee well

Author: Christian F. H. Sachse
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Christian F. H. Sachse

Sachse, Christian Friedrich Heinrich, D.D., was born July 2, 1785, at Eisenberg, Sachse-Altenburg, where his father was cantor, and also master in the town school. In the years 1804-1807 he was a student at the University of Jena (D.D. from Jena 1841), and was, thereafter, for some time, a private tutor at Kleinlauchstedt, near Merseburg. In 1812 he became diaconus at Meuselwitz, near Altenburg. He was appointed, in 1823, Court preacher at Altenburg; and also, in 1831, Consistorialrath. After 1849 he had many trials to endure, for seven children and his wife predeceased him, leaving him only one daughter; while his bodily infirmities compelled him, in 1859, to give up his duties in the consistory, and, in Feb. 1860, to resign even his work… Go to person page >

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First Line: Beloved and honored, fare thee well
Author: Christian F. H. Sachse