Jeg ved, at min Gjenløser lever

Jeg ved, at min gjenløser lever Og har beredt et sted for mig

Author: H. A. Merrill
Tune: [I know that my Redeemer lives] (Stebbins)
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Author: H. A. Merrill

Rv Henry A Merrill USA 1816-1883. Born in Utica, NY, the son of an influential printer, he was an evangelical industrialist who contributed to the development of AR & GA. He began working at the Oneida textile factory in Whitesboro, NY, at age 14. He participated in the religious movement of ‘The Second Great Awakening’, and he attended the abolitionist Oneida Institute in Whitesboro. In 1839 he left NY to work in Roswell, GA, managing the Roswell Mfg. Co., owned by the city founder, Roswell King. In 1841 he married Elizabeth Pye Magill, daughter of a wealthy GA planter family, whose brother, Charles A Magill, later became his business partner in AR. They had no children. While in Roswell, GA, Merrell became close to the Smith f… Go to person page >

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First Line: Jeg ved, at min gjenløser lever Og har beredt et sted for mig
Title: Jeg ved, at min Gjenløser lever
Author: H. A. Merrill
Language: Norwegian
Refrain First Line: Saa bed mig ei at dvæle her
Publication Date: 1906
Copyright: Public Domain

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