Ainlay, George William 18.oct.1894-23.sep.1970 USA Nebraska, Farnam - California, Santa Monica
violinist, music teacher, physician, 1916 studied music at Nebraska Wesleyan University in Lincoln, 1917 he was music teacher by profession in Farnam, 1923-1924 he was student again, now of medicine, at the Wesleyan University and residing with his wife at 517 East 15th University Place, 1930-1940 as physician residing with wife and 3 children at 1002 Fifth Street in Fairbury Nebraska, 1935-1941 he served as commander with the rank of captain in the 110th Medical Regiment at Fairbury ; son of barber/real estate agent William John Ainlay (Canada, Huron 28.nov.1870-8.jun.1950 Oregon, Albany) and Kate Ellen Albert (Illinois, Monticello 5.oct.1874-3.feb.1926 Farnam) ; 1917 in Lincoln Nebraska he married Norma Adaline Mickey (Nebraska 20.mar.1900-5.jul.1981 California, Saratoga), divorced June 1967 Los Angeles ; 2.may.1969 in Los Angeles Orange he married Lorraine Claman (1905-)

[some sources and even his grave give erroneously born 1895]

Title Parts

[] Symphonette. 1918
[] Three romances. Violin. 1921
[] Good times coming. Song
copyright George W. Ainlay 14apr1932

[] She's a good old town. Song
copyright George W. Ainlay 14apr1932

[] The medics. Voice and piano
words and music George W. Ainlay
dedicated to the War doctor magazine
pub Newmont Press Inc., New York, N.Y. 1942

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