Adams, William 25.nov.1875-19?? England Devon, Plymouth - ?, ?
organist, choirmaster, born at 16 Cobourg Street in the Saint Andrew district, 1881 residing with his parents and a servant at 141 Exeter Street in Plymouth, studied at Plymouth and Trinity College in London, 1891 residing with his parents at 77 Wharton Road in London Hammersmith, 1894-1902 organist/choirmaster of All Hallows in London Bromley, 1902-1905 of St Saviour in London Shepherds Bush, 1906-1908 of St Bartholomews in London Dalston, 1908-1912 of Chiswick Parish Church London, 1911-1912 still single residing with his parents and a servant at 37 Woodcote Chiswick Lane in London, 1913 organist/choirmaster of Hammersmith Parish Church in London, 1920 residing at 16 Homefield Road in London Chiswick ; son of chemist/druggist William John Adams (Somerset, Milverton 1846-) and Elizabeth Alice Mills (Plymouth 1845-)

Title Parts

[] Christ is risen. Anthem
pub C. Vincent, The Music Co., London 1898

[] Drop me somewhere (on the British Isles). Song
words and music William Adams - ? William Adams (1875-)
pub Dolart & Co., London 1921

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