Fillmore, Charles Millard 15.jul.1860-18.sep.1952 USA Illinois, Paris - Indiana, Indianapolis
minister, publisher, studied at the College of Music of Cincinnati, 1890 graduated from Butler University in Indianapolis, ordained minister for 50 years in the Disciples of Christ Church, member of the Fillmore Brothers publishers in Cincinnati, editer of the monthly periodicals Musical Messenger (1891-1897) and Choir a Monthly Journal of Church Music (1899-1922), 1905 pastor of Carthage Christian Church Cincinnati, 1910 he had moved to Indianapolis where he was minister and resided with his wife Margaret and 3 daughters at 1914 Commerce Avenue, he was buried at Spring Grove Cemetery Cincinnati ; son of composer Augustus Dameron
Fillmore ; brother of the composers James Henry sr. and Frederick Augustus 'Fred'

Title Parts

[] Fillmore's Prohibition Hymns. 1903
[] Tell mother I'll be there. Prayer song. 1900
words and music Charles M. Fillmore
prompted by the speech of William Jennings Bryan whose mother was ill at the time
this song was sung in many languages around the world

[] I'll wear a white flower for you, mother dear. Song
published Fillmore Brothers, Cincinnati 1914
arr for band by Henry Fillmore

[] Grateful Praise. Song collection. 1884
[] Fillmore's Gospel Songs. 1898
words and music Charles M. Fillmore
[] - We need Thee
[] - Our pledge
[] - Pray always
[] - Make some other heart rejoice
[] - Look beyond. words George Wieds
[] - Can I forget
[] Brighter days are coming. Song
[] Thank God for America. 1940
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