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Ye pilgrims whilst you tarry here

Ye pilgrims whilst you tarry here

Author: Truman Beeman
Published in 2 hymnals

Author: Truman Beeman

Truman Beeman was born 4 May, 1760 in Kent, Conn. He went into the military at the age of 15 and served various enlistments in the American Revolutionary War. He was pastor of some small Baptist churches in Madison County, New York. He compiled a couple hymnals, one of which is A Selection of Hymns from the Best Authors in Europe and America. He died 7 Nov, 1833 at Fenner, Smithfield Township, Madison Co., NY. George Williston Go to person page >

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First Line: Ye pilgrims whilst you tarry here
Author: Truman Beeman

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