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Tell me his name again

Author: George Bennard

George Bennard (1873-1958) was born in Youngstown, OH. When he was a child the family moved to Albia, Iowa. He served with the Salvation Army in Iowa for several years before he was ordained in the Methodist Episcopal Church. His hymn "Speak, my Lord" appears in Triumphant Service Songs (Chicago: Rodeheaver Hall-Mack Co., 1934). He wrote words and tune for his best known hymn "The Old Rugged Cross" in 1913. Mary Louise VanDyke Go to person page >

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First Line: They told me love's sweetest old story
Title: Tell me his name again
Author: George Bennard

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Favorites Number 2 #13

My Favorite Gospel Solos and Duets #d31

Songs You Love No. 4 #d23

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