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Here on my native soil I live and labor

Here on my native soil I live and labor

Author: Edward D. Hamner
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Edward D. Hamner

The Hamner family came to Austin after Edwin D. Hamner (1878-1965) married the youngest Smith child, Sue Smith, on June 20, 1900. Edwin D. Hamner's family was originally from Galveston, where his father, Edward D. Hamner worked as a dentist. Edwin D. Hamner served in Galveston as a reverend and also worked as a free-lance writer for the Galveston News, Dallas News, and Houston Chronicle. Edwin and Sue Hamner came to Austin on July 4, 1919, where Edwin worked for the International Revenue Department and preached for various churches in neighboring communities. Edwin and Sue had six children, Lucile Hamner, Edward Hamner (1904-1957), J. Lyle Hamner, David Hamner, Paul Hamner, and Robert S. Hamner (1910-1993). --www.lib.utexas.edu/taro/aush… Go to person page >

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First Line: Here on my native soil I live and labor
Author: Edward D. Hamner



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