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They all have met in heaven

They all have met in heaven

Author: George B. Ide
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: George B. Ide

Ide, George Barton, D.D., Baptist Minister, was born at Coventry, Vermont, in 1806; educated at Middlebury College, Vermont; was pastor successively at Boston, Philadelphia, and Springfield, Massachusetts, and died in 1872. He edited the Baptist Harp, Philadelphia, 1849. To that work he contributed 9 hymns. Of these, "Son of God, our glorious Head" (On behalf of ministers) is still in common use. --John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)… Go to person page >

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First Line: They all have met in heaven
Author: George B. Ide



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