1847–1920

May 24, 1847, Mar­i­on, In­di­a­na.

Jan­u­a­ry 28, 1920.

Es­tates of Se­re­ni­ty, Mar­i­on, In­di­a­na.

Charles was the son of Tho­mas J. Neal and Eliz­a­beth Brown­lee, and hus­band of Ab­bie E. Pat­ter­son.

His works in­clude:

  1. Father in Hea­ven, We Deem
  2. Feed My Lambs, O Pre­cious Sav­ior
  3. Gladly Here We Meet Again
  4. Goodbye, Good­bye Till We Meet Again
  5. Happy as the Lit­tle Birds
  6. I Am a Ve­ry Lit­tle Girl
  7. I Know That Je­sus Loves Me
  8. In the Arms of My Dear Lov­ing Sav­ior
  9. In the Sun­shine of God’s Love
  10. In the Sun­shine of His Love
  11. Into Plea­sant Pas­tures
  12. Jesus Is Wait­ing to Save
  13. Jesus Loved the Lit­tle Child­ren
  14. Jesus Wants Me to Help Him
  15. Little Lights for Je­sus
  16. Little Rays of Sun­shine
  17. Our Sav­ior Bids Us Shine
  18. Scattering Sun­shine
  19. Singing for the Sav­ior
  20. Something for Je­sus
  21. Sun That Shines, The
  22. There Is a Land of Light and Joy
  23. These Lit­tle Hands Must Work for Je­sus
  24. Though but a Lit­tle Child
  25. Time for Part­ing Words, The
  26. Upon the Cross the Sav­ior Died
  27. We Are Bu­sy Lit­tle Sow­ers
  28. We Are Lit­tle Lights
  29. We Love Our Bless­ed Sav­ior
  30. We Place Our Lit­tle Hands
  31. We’re Glad You’ve Come
  32. We’re Lit­tle Sol­diers of Je­sus
  33. We’ve Been Hap­py
  34. What Can We Lit­tle Ones
  35. When I Think of the Sun
  36. With Songs of Joy and Glad­ness