When You Do This, Remember Me

Adapter: David L. Edwards

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Author: Alexander Campbell

Campbell, Alexander. (Ballymena, County Antrim, Ireland, September 12, 1788--March 4, 1866, Bethany, New York). Disciple. Grew up in the Irish branch of the splinter-group off of the Church of Scotland (Anti-burgher Seceder Church); studied a year at the University at Glasgow, while en route to the U.S. to join his father, Thomas Campbell. Both men having individually left the Seceder group (1809), and subsequently having accepted the necessity of immersion as the proper mode of baptism, they and their growing group of "Reformers" were accepted into membership in a Baptist association in the (West) Virginia-Pennsylvania-Ohio area in 1813; they were separated from the Baptists in 1830; in 1832, the Campbell group merged with a Kentucky group… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: You my friend, a stranger once
Title: When You Do This, Remember Me
Author: Alexander Campbell (19th century)
Adapter: David L. Edwards (1988)
Publication Date: 1995
Copyright: Words © 1988 David L. Edwards


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