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We are loyal leaguers

We are loyal leaguers

Author: J. H. Keagle
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: J. H. Keagle

Joseph Henry Keagle, 1857-1928 Born: May 21, 1857, Rock Run Township, Illinois. Died: November 10, 1928, Naperville, Illinois. Buried: Phillips Cemetery, Rockton, Illinois. Son of William Harrison Keagle and Hannah E. Springer, Keagle was a teacher and minister. By 1884, the record shows him conducting funerals in Naperville. In 1888, he married Rachel G. Graham (1864-1952), with whom he had eight children. In 1898, he ran unsuccessfully for Congress from the Ninth District of Illinois as a Prohibitionist candidate. As of 1919, Keagle was pastor of Grace United Evangelical Church in Naperville. --www.hymntime.com/tch  Go to person page >

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First Line: We are loyal leaguers
Author: J. H. Keagle
Refrain First Line: All and always, always for the King

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Hymn Book of the United Evangelical Church #368

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