February 23, 1848, Bowling Green, Virginia.

April 19, 1923, Cook County, Illinois.

Mount Greenwood Cemetery, Chicago, Illinois.

In 1880, Westendorf was married and living in Louisville, Kentucky, listed as a teacher/officer in a House of Refuge. In 1910 he was heading a similar institution in Shelby County, Illinois. He is perhaps best remembered for his secular song I’ll Take You Home Again, Kathleen, written while he was a school teacher in Plainfield, Illinois (or Indiana?).

  1. Are You Coming?
  2. Him That Cometh to Me
  3. Is There Oil in Your Lamp?
  4. Let Me Tell It Again
  5. Look unto the Fields
  6. Pathway of Life, The
  7. So Will I Comfort You
  8. That Which Was Lost
  9. Trees Shall Clap Their Hands, The
  10. Trusting in the Lord
  11. We Will Go with You