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The old family Bible

Of all my earthly treasures there is none to me so dear

Author: W. R. Fitch
Tune: [Of all my earthly treasures there is none to me so dear]
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: W. R. Fitch

Born: December 1, 1836, Rodman, New York. Died: February 28, 1917, Lowville, New York. A Methodist Episcopal minister, Fitch ran general stores in Morristown and Briar Hill, New York. He served as Justice of the Peace, Town Supervisor, and Postmaster at Brier Hill, and as treasurer of the Thousand Island Park Association. He also edited the Lowville Times, and wrote religious and other poetry. --www.hymntime.com/tch/ Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Of all my earthly treasures there is none to me so dear
Title: The old family Bible
Author: W. R. Fitch
Refrain First Line: It is a precious Book indeed
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