Grave of Daniel W. Whittle
Northfield Center Cemetery
Northfield, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

Daniel Webster Whittle Major Daniel Webster Whittle (1840-1901) was an American evangelist, Bible teacher and hymn writer. Through the influence of D. L. Moody, he entered full-time evangelism and worked with P. P. Bliss and James McGranahan. He wrote (mostly under pseudonym, El Nathan) the words for about two hundred hymns, including "Moment by Moment," "I Know Whom I Have Believed," and "Banner of the Cross."

D. W. Whittle
Major Daniel W. Whittle gravestone
Inscription: "He endured, as seeing Him Who is invisible." Heb. XI.27

Abbie Hanson Whittle
Abbie Hanson Whittle gravestone
Inscription: But now they desire a better country, that is, an heavenly. Heb. XI.16

Daniel and Abbie Whittle gravestone
Daniel and Abbie Whittle gravestones

May Whittle Moody
May Whittle gravestone
Only child of the Whittle's, wife of William R. Moody, son of Dwight and Emma Moody.
Inscription: May Whittle, wife of W. R. Moody
Mar. 20,1870—Aug 20, 1963
"That where I am, there ye may be also."

Northfield Center Cemetery
Northfield Center Cemetery

Northfield Center Cemetery
Located off Parker Avenue in Northfield, Massachusetts.
Turn west off Route 10/Route 63 onto Parker Avenue.
After sharp left turn, railroad track is on the right side.
Turn right across track on dirt road into the Cemetery.
Travel straight ahead to the back left corner of the Cemetery for the Whittle and Moody gravestones.

Photographs by Stephen & Dorothy Ross for WholesomeWords.org 2013.



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