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Goodbye

This life has its charms, as well

Author: D. B. Byers
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: D. B. Byers

Byers, D. B. (Ohio, 1835-July 2, 1897, Naperville, Illinois). Moved to Illinois in 1850. Licensed to preach by Illinois Conference, Evangelical ASsociation, 1856. Pastor, presiding elder, writer. Joined in forming United Evangelical Church, 1891-1894. Author of "Is This Death? My Life-day Ending?" in 1887 Evangelical Hymn Books, no. 825. --Robert S. Wilson, DNAH Archives Go to person page >

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First Line: This life has its charms, as well
Title: Goodbye
Author: D. B. Byers
Refrain First Line: Here we say our sad farewell

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The Tree of Life #110

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