Abelspies, Johann Friedrich Carl (John Frederick Charles) 19.feb.1860-19?? Germany, Duisburg - ?, ?
engineer, amateur mandolinist, harpist, guitarist, zither player, 22.mar.1860 baptized at the Salvatorkirche in Duisburg, 1893 he was proprietor of the Western Foreign Circulating Library and News Agency and of the British and Foreign Musical Supply Co., both at 234 Great Western Road in Glasgow Scotland, 1896-1902 as residing at 18 Tyndale Place Upper Street in London Islington, 1901 as mining engineer with a female boarder (not his wife) and a servant, 1906 residing at The Villas in Charlestown/St Austell Cornwall, 15.may.1906 as engineer he arrived at New York from Dover for a visit to Cuba, 29.may.1907 as married engineer he returned from New York to Plymouth after having spent 2 weeks in Cuba and a few days in the USA, 1933 in Hannover Germany he published 'Das Atomedium' a description of his invention of an apparatus that can read human thoughts and if applicable answer with Yes or No ; son of Friedrich and Johanne Abelspies ; 1882 in London Whitechapel he married Anna Christiana M Vock

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[] Mandolin-Schule. Eine theoretisch-praktische anweisung zur erlernung des mandolinspiels mit hilfe eines lehrers oder durch selbstunterricht
pub Hoenes, Trier 1891

[] Maiglockchen. Concert-Reverie. Zither
pub Grude, Glasgow Scotland 1892

[] Harp-Guitar Tutor
pub J. F. C. Abelspies, London 1894

[] The harp that once thro' Tara's halls. Voice and guitar
music Thomas Moore, guitar arrangement by J. F. C. Abelspies ?1896
no.31 in Songs for voice and guitar, an anthology of songs from the 19th century, selected and edited by Brian Jeffery

[] Serenade. Voice and guitar
music Charles Gounod, guitar arrangement by J. F. C. Abelspies 1896
no.33 in Songs for voice and guitar, an anthology of songs from the 19th century, selected and edited by Brian Jeffery

[] Barcarolle. Mandoline solo / Guitar and piano
pub John Alvey Turner, London

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