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For Evermore

The time is coming by and by When all life's trials

Author: William M Lighthall
Tune: [The time is coming by and by]
Published in 2 hymnals

Author: William M Lighthall

Lighthall, William M. (Omestown, Canada, ca. 1865--?). Railroad (Delaware & Hudson) employee and telegrapher, 30 years. Moved to Rouses Point, New York, in 1881. Presbyterian Church, Odd Fellows, Mason. Member of Rouses Point School Board, 15+ years (President, Secretary). See: Gabriel, Charles. (1916). Singers and their songs. Chicago: Rodeheaver Co. --Keith C. Clark, DNAH Archives  Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: The time is coming by and by When all life's trials
Title: For Evermore
Author: William M Lighthall
Refrain First Line: Forevermore, forevermore

Timeline

Instances

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Joy and Praise #103Page Scan
Sunday School Joy Bells #d105



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