Mrs. J. B. Thresher

Born: Feb­ru­a­ry 20, 1841, Zanes­ville, Ohio.

Died: Au­gust 28, 1932.

Buried: Wood­land Ce­me­te­ry and Ar­bo­re­tum, Day­ton, Ohio.

Sar­ah was the wife of Jo­seph Brain­erd Thresh­er of Day­ton, Ohio (mar­ried 1861).

If a set of lyr­ics is at­trib­ut­ed to Mrs. J. B. Thresh­er, the au­thor may be Sar­ah Bliss Thresh­er, or may be Fan­ny Cros­by, who used Mrs. J. B. Thresh­er as one of her pseu­do­nyms.

  1. Eyes Have We, Both Keen and Bright
  2. I Will Pray
  3. Mary’s Faith and Love
  4. No Oth­er Heart Can Give to Thee
  5. Soldiers of Je­sus, We Sing as We Go
  6. To Thee, O Lord, Be­longs
  7. Where Je­sus’ Lit­tle Lambs Are Led
  8. Within His Cham­ber Thrice a Day

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