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Dion De Marbelle › Hymnals

Short Name: Dion De Marbelle
Full Name: De Marbelle, Dion, 1818-1903
Birth Year: 1818
Death Year: 1903

Wikipedia Biography

Daniel de Marbelle (also known as Dion de Marbelle) (1818-1903) was an American gospel songwriter, soldier, musician, and early circus clown who wrote When They Ring Those Golden Bells (also known as "There's a Land Beyond the River").

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