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My mother has gone to that beautiful

My mother has gone to that beautiful

Author: Silas Farmer
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Silas Farmer

Born: June 6, 1839. Detroit, Michigan. Died: December 28, 1902, Detroit, Michigan. Buried: Elmwood Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan. Son of John Farmer & Roxanna Hamilton, Silas became City Historiographer of Detroit, Michigan, in 1882. His works include: Association Hymn Book: Compiled for Young Men’s Christian Associations and Union Religious Meetings (Detroit, Michigan: J. M. Arnold & Company, 1869) Illustrated Guide and Souvenir of Detroit, circa 1878 History of Detroit and Michigan/, 1884 History of Detroit and Wayne County and Early Michigan, 1890 All About Cleveland All About Detroit, circa 1899 Souvenir of the Pointe: Grosse Pointe on Lake Saint Claire www.hymntime.com/tch Go to person page >

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First Line: My mother has gone to that beautiful
Author: Silas Farmer
Refrain First Line: O, my mother

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Carols of Glory #d95

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