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Harrison Millard › Texts

Short Name: Harrison Millard
Full Name: Millard, H. (Harrison), 1830-1895
Birth Year: 1830
Death Year: 1895

Wikipedia Biography

Harrison Millard (November 27, 1830– September 10 1895) was an American composer who wrote the music to the Christian hymn "Abide with Me, 'Tis Eventide"—the words of which are by Presbyterian evangelist Martin Lowrie Hofford (1825–1888).

Texts by Harrison Millard (5)sort ascendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
What would I do if 'twere not for JesusHarrison Millard (Author)English2
Wait no longer, come to JesusH. M. (Author)English2
Nobly our flag flutters over us todayHarrison Millard (Author)English6
Like as a child unto its fatherHarrison Millard (Author)English3
In the lowly manger lyingHarrison Millard, 1829-1895 (Author)English1

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