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Ho, all ye sons of sin and woe

Ho, all ye sons of sin and woe

Author: J. L. Holman
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: J. L. Holman

Born: October 24, 1784, Danville, Kentucky. Died: March 28, 1842, Aurora, Indiana. Buried: Veraestau Cemetery, Aurora, Indiana. When [Holman] was sixteen years of age he united with the Clear Creek Baptist church. For his life-work he directed his attention to the bar in Newcastle. For a while, he read law in the Lexington office of Henry Clay. On account of his opposition to slavery, he crossed the Ohio river in 1810, and made his home in Indiana, on a bluff to which he gave the name Veraestau, and where he continued to reside the remainder of his life. It appears he come into a considerable estate soon after he turned twenty-one. Five years later, he brought his slaves to Indiana for the sole purpose of freeing them. He was named… Go to person page >

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First Line: Ho, all ye sons of sin and woe
Author: J. L. Holman



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