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Engang vi skal forstaa

Author: Maxwell N. Cornelius

Rv Maxwell Newton Cornelius DD USA 1842-1893. Son of a farmer, he started his career as a carpenter, then a building contractor. He married Mary E. Davinson. They had a daughter, Nellie G., who died in infancy. He had an accident, resulting in a leg amputation, after which he entered the ministry. Educated at the Vermillion Institute, Haynesville, OH, he then attended seminary there, 1867-1871, and was ordained in the Pittsburgh Presbytery of the Presbyterian Church USA. He served at the Oakdale Presbyterian Church, Oakdale, PA, the Presbyterian church in Altoona, PA, 1876-1885, in Pasadena, CA, 1885-1890, in San Francisco, 1890-1891, and at the Eastern Presbyterian Church, Washington, DC, until his death from pneumonia in 1893, a yea… Go to person page >

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First Line: Ei nu, men snart, om ikke før
Title: Engang vi skal forstaa
Author: Maxwell N. Cornelius
Language: Norwegian
Refrain First Line: Saa tro paa Gud, ja, tro hver dag
Publication Date: 1906
Copyright: Public Domain


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