Minnie Frisby in Worms Ash, Bromsgrove - late 19th Century
from Memories: Minnie Frisby, pages I:10:
My Mother and Father were pretty religious in those days, also my father was a big believer in “Spiritualism” (There were several prominent people believers in Spiritualism those early days among them a Schoolmaster and Local Preacher) and well do I remember us all sitting around the little round table which I have now and singing “Shall we gather at the river, where bright Angels feet have trod”, and we would all have our hands placed on the table.
Minnie Frisby, Memories: Minnie Frisby. In Brunel Library The Burnett Archive of Working Class Autobiographies, number 1:250, p. I:10. https://led.kmi.open.ac.uk/entity/lexp/1532097741161 accessed: 22 February, 2024
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'Shall we gather at the river where bright Angels' feet have trod'
written by Robert Lowry
|late 19th Century
|in the company of others, in private, indoors