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[The dear loving Savior was taken]

[The dear loving Savior was taken]

Composer: Benjamin F. Butts
Published in 3 hymnals


Audio files: MIDI

Composer: Benjamin F. Butts

Born: September 7, 1867, Ohio. Died: May 25, 1935, Las Cruces, New Mexico. Buried: Home of Peace Cemetery, Porterville, California. Son of Samuel F. Butts & Hannah Colton, Benjamin studied music at a young age. He started in business in Kansas City, but entered the evangelism field in 1888. He married three times: To Eva Grace Lambright (1867-1941), Mary Emma Rawlings (1869-1919), and Onna Barrett Mills (1896-1963). His works include: Tears and Triumphs No. 4, with Lycurgus Pickett & William Marks (Louisville, Kentucky: Pentecostal Publishing Company, 1910) Good News Hymns (Chicago, Illinois: The Biglow & Main Company, 1914) Sources: Findagrave, accessed 19 Nov 2016 © The Cyber Hymnal™. Used by permission. (www.hymntime.co… Go to person page >

Tune Information

Title: [The dear loving Savior was taken]
Composer: Benjamin F. Butts
Copyright: Public Domain

Instances

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Pentecostal Hymns Nos. 3 and 4 Combined #476

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Songs of Matchless Love #64

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