Person    | Male  Born 27/4/1840  Died 31/12/1918

Rossiter W. Raymond

Categories: Poetry

Born Rossiter Worthington Raymond, an American mining engineer, legal scholar and author, amongst other skills. Best known for the last few lines of his poem 'Death is only a horizon'. However the words were, according to Wikipedia, first recorded in a prayer written by William Penn, who died over 100 years before Raymond was born.

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Rossiter W. Raymond

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