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We rally today to honor our King

Author: Lycurgus L. Ford

Son of Jesse Ford and Mary Powell, Ford was in Liberty Township, Hancock County, Ohio, in 1860. He married Avis (or Aris) M. Woodin on June 19, 1885 in Summit County, Ohio. By 1900, he was living in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In 1904, Lycurgus is on the Faculty of the Northeast Manual Training School, as a math teacher. His works include: When Ye Pray, 1915 John III Sixteen, 1916 Blossoms of Sorrow, 1916 Baby Mine, 1916 --www.hymntime.com/tch/  Go to person page >

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First Line: We rally today to honor our King
Author: Lycurgus L. Ford

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Alleluia: a hymnal for use in schools, in the home, in young people's societies in devotional meetings #289Page Scan
Alleluia: a hymnal for use in schools, in the home, in young people's societies, in devotional meetings #289Page Scan
Magnificat: a Hymnal for Sunday Schools #168Page Scan
Praise and Service Songs for Sunday Schools #d239
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