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Tell them to come

Go out by the hodges

Author: D. W. Crist
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: D. W. Crist

Born: November 28, 1857, New Cham­bers­burg, Ohio. Died: March 24, 1929, Al­lia­nce, Ohio. Buried: Moul­trie Chapel Cem­e­te­ry, Moultrie, Ohio. Son of Ro­bert Crist and Mary Ruff Crist, Dan­i­el grad­u­at­ed from Ohio North­ern Un­i­ver­si­ty in 1882, and taught school in Co­lum­bi­a­na and Stark Coun­ty, Ohio, for 14 years. He be­came su­per­in­tend­ent of the Os­na­burg grade school in 1880, and for three years was su­per­in­tend­ent at New Frank­lin. In 1901, he was elect­ed to the Ohio state le­gis­la­ture, and be­came a state sen­a­tor in 1905. Crist was com­pos­ing as ear­ly as 1888, and at least through 1910, when he scored the FLOWER GIRL WALTZ. He worked for 30 years as a suc­… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Go out by the hodges
Title: Tell them to come
Author: D. W. Crist
Refrain First Line: Tell thee the beautiful story

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Echoes of Zion Nos. 1 & 2 #d32

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