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Does Mother Know I'm Saved?

Mother often prayed for me in the days of long ago

Author: Edwin L. Watts
Tune: [Mother often prayed for me in the days of long ago]
Published in 7 hymnals

Author: Edwin L. Watts

Watts, Rev. Edwin L. (Terre Hill, Pennsylvania, April 4, 1855--March 6, 1935, Terre Hill). School teacher seventeen years. Poet and writer. Married in 1876 to Amanda Snader; two daughters. Licensed in 1891 as preacher in United Evangelical Church, as it was called after 1894. He served a few years as a pastor in Fredericksburg, Mt. Nebo, Tamaqua, and Birdsboro, Pennsylvania. Ordained in 1894. Left pastorate to be a custodian at Albright College in Mayerstown, Penn, where he served 20 years. Funeral at Terre Hill, Rev. C.D. Rabuck, pastor. --Robert S. Wilson, DNAH Archives Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Mother often prayed for me in the days of long ago
Title: Does Mother Know I'm Saved?
Author: Edwin L. Watts
Refrain First Line: Does mother know I'm saved

Timeline

Instances

Instances (1 - 7 of 7)

Bells of Heaven #d229

Bells of Heaven #d234

Bells of Heaven #d205

Page Scan

Favorite Gospel Songs #83

Favorite Gospel Songs. New ed. #d104

Happy Voices No. 1 #d94

The Heavenly Echoes #d54

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