1825-1911

October 14, 1825, London, England.

August 17, 1911, Limaville, Ohio.

Reedsburg Cemetery, Reedsburg, Ohio.

Father of song writer Edwin Excell, and husband to Emily O. Hess, Joshua was a veteran of the American civil war, and a German Reformed Church pastor.

  1. Art Thou Sad and Lone?
  2. Art Thou Sad and Weary?
  3. Beautiful City a Mansion
  4. Beautiful Morning, Day of Hope
  5. Behold, Behold the Son
  6. Brother, See the World
  7. Come, Ye Children, Come
  8. Delightful Home
  9. Go Forth, Go Forth With Willing Heart
  10. Go to the Grave of the Buried
  11. Hanging On a Cursed Tree
  12. Hear the Blessed Master
  13. Holy Father, I Am Weary
  14. How Brief Is Our Life
  15. I Am a Sheep
  16. I Am Anxiously Waiting
  17. I Am Trusting in the Lord
  18. I Give Myself to Jesus
  19. I Heard a Tender Loving
  20. I Heard a Voice, a Tender
  21. I Will Go to the Fountain
  22. I Will Watch and Wait
  23. If We Would but Help
  24. I’m Coming, My Savior
  25. I’m Trusting Alone
  26. I’m Washed in the Blood
  27. I’ve Often Been by Care Oppressed
  28. Jesus, Lamb of Calvary
  29. Leave Me Not, O Blessed Savior
  30. Lord Is My Shepherd, The
  31. My Earthly Race Is Almost Run
  32. O Be Ready
  33. O Christ, Eternal Son
  34. O Christ, Thou Art Our Trusty
  35. O Come to the Fountain
  36. O Fear Not the Rage
  37. O Hasten, My Brother
  38. O Jesus, Lamb of God
  39. O Light of Life
  40. O, My Brethren
  41. O the Peace That I Possess
  42. O Thou Blessed Lamb
  43. O Thou Everlasting God
  44. O Would You Be a Soldier?
  45. Often I’ve Obtained a Blessing
  46. Once I Was in Deepest Blindness
  47. Savior of Sinners, The
  48. Sing, All Ye Children, Sing
  49. Sleep, Little Babe
  50. Spirit of Jesus Will Guide, The
  51. There Is a Path That Leads
  52. There Is Light
  53. There Is Rest in the Wounds
  54. There’s a Beautiful Home
  55. Thou Child of Dust
  56. Though the Waves Are Breaking
  57. Unto Him Who Hath Loved
  58. Weary of Self
  59. We’re a Happy Pilgrim Band
  60. What Is This That’s o’er Me?
  1. Maryland Heights

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