Crowding awfully

These temperance folks do crowd us awfully

Author: B. R. Hanby
Tune: [These Temperance folks do crowd us awfully]
Published in 6 hymnals

Author: B. R. Hanby

Benjamin Russell Hanby was born July 22, 1833, the oldest of eight children, to Bishop William Hanby in Rushville, OH. The family moved to Westerville,OH where Bishop Hanby was a "conductor" on the Underground Railroad. In his short life Benjamin graduated from Otterbein, taught school, became a United Brethren minister, started a singing school, was editor for John Church publishers in Cincinnati and composed over 500 songs and hymns before he died of tuberculosis March 15, 1867. His home in Westerville was Ohio's first memorial to a composer. It was a sotp on the Underground Railroad for slaves escaping to Canada and is a national historic site, a Methodist church Landmark and a Network to Freedom site for the National Park Service. There… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: These temperance folks do crowd us awfully
Title: Crowding awfully
Author: B. R. Hanby
Refrain First Line: Then forward, boys [all], hurrah

Timeline

Instances

Instances (1 - 6 of 6)Text InfoTune InfoTextScoreFlexScoreAudioPage Scan
Chapel Gems for Sunday Schools: selected from "Our Song Birds," for 1866, The "Snow Bird," the "Robin," the "Red Bird" and the "Dove" #122Page Scan
Fresh Laurels for the Sabbath School, A new and extensive collection of music and hymns. Prepared expressly for the Sabbath Schools, Etc. #150Page Scan
The Anti-Saloon League Song Book #d101
The Dove: a Collection #d38
The Glorious Cause: a Collection of Songs, Hymns and Choruses for Earnest Temperance Workers #d108
The Musical Fountain, Enlarged #d105
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