Aldridge, Amanda 'Ira'
Christina Elizabeth (pseud: Montague Ring) (fem) 10.mar.1866-9.mar.1956 England, London Upper Norwood - London Oak Park
black pianist, teacher, studied at a convent school in Belgium and at the Royal College of Music in London, studied voice with Jenny Lind and George
Henschel, elocution with Madge Kendall, composition with Frederick Bridge and Francis Gladstone, she turned to teaching after laryngitis permanently
injured her voice, she died at Cane Hill Hospital in Coulsdon Surrey ; daughter of composer, actor and singer Ira Frederick Aldridge (New York
24.jul.1807-7.aug.1867 Poland, Lodz)