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Gone from earth to heaven

He has gone from earth to heaven

Author: J. S. Hendricks
Published in 2 hymnals

Author: J. S. Hendricks

Born: March 15, 1855, McClean County, Kentucky. Hendricks attended his first singing school at age 18. Two years later, he began teaching, continuing until 1879, when he went to Arkansas and began farming. Returning to Kentucky in 1881, he began working in the tobacco business, but in 1886 he re-entered the music field in 1886. Three years later he went to Texas. In 1894, he attended a session of the Southern Normal Musical Institute (SNMI) in Midlothian, Texas, and was in was in the first graduating class of the SNMI at the home of its principal, Anthony Showalter, in Dalton, Georgia. Afterward, he attended a post-graduate course and several more SNMI sessions, and taught in Texas and Kentucky. Hendricks co-authored Song-Land Messeng… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: He has gone from earth to heaven
Title: Gone from earth to heaven
Author: J. S. Hendricks
Refrain First Line: Resting in the arms of Jesus

Instances

Instances (1 - 2 of 2)

Bright Beams #d24

Song-Land Messenger No.2 #d63

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