1864-1942

April 15, 1864, Lincoln County, Tennessee.

March 16, 1942.

Hillcrest Cemetery, Texarkana, Texas.

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Stewart moved to Alabama with his parents when he was 10 years old, and to Texas when he was 16. Being the eldest son of a large family of little means, he had little education except the public schools. His principal music teachers were T. W. Dennington, Anthony J. Showalter, Rufus H. Cornelius, and John D. Patton. He taught many successful singing schools, and of 1904, lived in Midlothian, Texas.

  1. If You Are on the Narrow Way
  2. There Is Someone Knocking at Your Heart’s Door
  3. This Earthly House Is Not Enduring
  1. Bourbon Street
  2. Gants Hill
  3. We Shall Meet at the Beautiful Gate