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Rev William Charles Poole

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Rev William Charles Poole

Birth
Easton, Talbot County, Maryland, USA
Death
24 Dec 1949 (aged 74)
Lewes, Sussex County, Delaware, USA
Burial
Easton, Talbot County, Maryland, USA Add to Map
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The Reverend William Charles Poole, born April 14, 1875, in Easton, Maryland, attended Washington College in Chestertown, Marlyand. He became an ordained Methodist minister in 1900 and served churches in the Wilmington Conference (Delaware) for thirty-five years. A prolific hymn writer, he penned such hymns as "The Church by the Side of the Road," "Have You Prayed It Through," "Just When I Need Him Most," "Sunrise," and "Won't Somebody Tell Them?" Mr. Poole died on December 24, 1949, in Lewes, Delaware.
The Reverend William Charles Poole, born April 14, 1875, in Easton, Maryland, attended Washington College in Chestertown, Marlyand. He became an ordained Methodist minister in 1900 and served churches in the Wilmington Conference (Delaware) for thirty-five years. A prolific hymn writer, he penned such hymns as "The Church by the Side of the Road," "Have You Prayed It Through," "Just When I Need Him Most," "Sunrise," and "Won't Somebody Tell Them?" Mr. Poole died on December 24, 1949, in Lewes, Delaware.

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