Father, lead thou me

What though the morning be fair and bright

Author: Mrs. L. M. Beal Bateman
Published in 3 hymnals

Author: Mrs. L. M. Beal Bateman

Pseudonym: Grace Glenn; Lucinda M. Beal Bateman lived in Ionia, Michigan. She wrote A book of rhymes to suit the times published about 1886 by N. Chapin & Son (Chicago); Gleams of gold published about 1889, and The prohibition speaker: a collection of readings, recitations, dialogues, tableux and songs for temperance and prohibition entertainments published in 1889 by Filmore Bros. (Cincinnati). She married Zadoc Henry Bateman in 1875. They had one daughter, Grace. Dianne Shapiro, from "A book of rhymes to suit the times" and "The Genealogy of Dennis Bowen Caskey and Michelle Lynn Smith" (caskey-family.com/genhome, retrieved 7-1-2018)  Go to person page >

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First Line: What though the morning be fair and bright
Title: Father, lead thou me
Author: Mrs. L. M. Beal Bateman
Refrain First Line: Lead thou me
Copyright: Public Domain

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Gospel Light, or Hymns and Tunes for all Occasions of Christian Work and Worship #d472

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Hymns New and Old, No. 2: for use in gospel meetings and other religious services #156

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