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Our loved one, our lost ones

They are safe in the harbor

Author: Sarah C. Whittlesey
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Sarah C. Whittlesey

Sarah was born at Williamston, NC. She graduated from Laville Semitnary in Halifax Co., NC in 1841 and moved to Alexandria Virginia in 1848. She was a novelist and a poet. Her most noted work is Bertha, the Beauty, a Story of the southern REvolution, 1872, whichi s reportedly an autobiographical novel. She died in Alexandria, 16 Feb, 1896. Dianne Shapiro, from "Genealogy of the Whittelsey-Whittlesey family" by Charles Barney Whittelsey, Hartford, Conn., 1898 Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: They are safe in the harbor
Title: Our loved one, our lost ones
Author: Sarah C. Whittlesey



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