1836-1917

December 31, 1836, Rodman, New York.

February 28, 1917, Lowville, New York.

Lowville Rural Cemetery, Lowville, New York.

A Methodist Episcopal minister, Fitch ran general stores in Morristown and Brier Hill, New York. He served as Justice of the Peace, Town Supervisor, and Postmaster at Brier Hill, and as treasurer of the Thousand Island Park Association. He also edited the Lowville Times, and wrote religious and other poetry.

  1. Be with Us Still
  2. God of All Might, Our Fathers’ God
  3. God’s Love Is Eternal
  4. He Knoweth the Way
  5. Heard Ye Not Voice from Heaven
  6. How Sweet the Song the Angels Sang
  7. I Am Heir to a Crown
  8. I Know Not the Field Where the Master Today
  9. I Shall Not Pass This Way Again
  10. If from the Straight and Narrow Way
  11. If I Should Die Tonight, Can I Be Sure
  12. I’ll Follow Where My Master Leads
  13. Jesus, Friend of Sinners Thou!
  14. Mansion in Glory by Faith I Now See, A
  15. Like Ocean Tides Which Ebb and Flow
  16. Of All My Earthly Treasures
  17. That I Shall Greet Again Some Day
  18. The Fields Are All White for the Harvest
  19. This Day Is Mine, Tomorrow May Not Be
  20. Though from My Savior’s Side I Stray
  21. Thy Word, Gracious Lord, I Have Hid in My Heart
  22. Where’er Our Starry Flag Doth Wave

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