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Once I wandered away from the good Shepherd's fold

Once I wandered away from the good Shepherd's fold

Author: Henry R. Trickett
Published in 3 hymnals

Author: Henry R. Trickett

Henry Robert Tricket (sometimes called Harry Robert Tricket), born December 1839, Nottinghamshire, England; died April 1909, Keokuk, Iowa. A hymn writer, minister, and pastor/preacher/teacher from the American Restoration Movement. He spent the bulk of his time in ministry serving churches in the Disciples of Christ, one of the three branches of a movement founded by Thomas Campbell, Alexander Campbell, Barton W. Stone, and Walter Scott. The other branches include Churches of Christ and Independent Christian Churches. Most of his compositions, largely as a lyric and text writer, are found in the mid-20th century hymnals of Churches of Christ. His partnership in composing with Fred Fillmore and others through the Fillmore Brothers Publishing… Go to person page >

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First Line: Once I wandered away from the good Shepherd's fold
Author: Henry R. Trickett
Refrain First Line: O the good Shepherd's voice
Copyright: Public Domain

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