Feb­ru­a­ry 14, 1861, New Rich­mond, Ohio.

Oc­to­ber 18, 1937, Cin­cin­na­ti, Ohio.

Laur­el Ce­me­te­ry, Laur­el, Ohio.


Robert was the son of Har­bi­son Mc­Neill and Su­san­nah More­ton, and husband of Em­ma A. McNeill.

He taught voice culture at Al­bi­on College, Al­bi­on, Mi­chi­gan, in the late 1800’s. In February of 1901, he became head of the Music Department at God’s Bible School in Cin­cin­na­ti, Ohio, where he remained for the next 36 years. He is remembered as a talented singer, pianist and organist. His portrait was hung in God’s Bible School, where the music studio was named the Ro­bert E. Mc­Neill Music Studio. His works in­clude:

  1. Conqueror’s Tread, The
  2. Herald the Gospel
  3. My Mother Is Praying for Me
  4. Jesus, Savior, Now Is Calling
  5. Judgment Day, The
  6. Redeemed by the Blood