Kind Shepherd, lead me o'er the plain

Kind Shepherd, lead me o'er the plain

Author: George W. Bungay
Published in 3 hymnals

Author: George W. Bungay

Born: July 22, 1818, Walsham le Willows, Suffolk, England. Died: July 10, 1892, Bloomfield, New Jersey. Bungay moved to America at age nine. As a young man, he married Louise Whitney of New York City, with whom he had five children. After her death, he taught school in Canada, later moved to Buffalo, New York, then founded the Independent newspaper in Ilion, New York. When the paper moved to Utica, New York, it was renamed the Central Independent. Bungay also wrote for New York Tribune under Horace Greeley, and edited the weekly journal Metropolitan. In 1849, Bungay married Cath­er­ine Her­ki­mer, and had three children with her. Bungay was a well known lecturer, poet, abolitionist, and temperance advocate. He worked in the New Yo… Go to person page >

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First Line: Kind Shepherd, lead me o'er the plain
Author: George W. Bungay



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Baptist Harmony #d137
Sabbath School Bell No. 2: a superior collection of choice tunes, newly arranged and composed, and a large number of excellent hymns written expressly for this work, which are well adapted for... #78Page Scan
The Amaranth #d81
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