Arledge Edmiston, Harriet Isabella 'Hattie Belle' 4.may.1874-15.nov.1934 USA Texas, Crockett - Crockett
studied music but remained an amateur musician/composer, she and her husband, a wholesale merchant and for 7 years mayor of Crockett, were very active in the First Baptist Church, 1900 residing with her husband at the home of her widowed mother, 1920 residing with husband and 3 children at Public Avenue in Crockett, 1930 residing with her husband, 3 children, her mother and a servant at 144 North Avenue in Crockett, her mother survived 3 of her 4 children ; daughter of Samuel Cyrus Arledge (Alabama, Limestone 17.jul.1847-11.aug.1898 Crockett) and Florence Josephine Johnson (Tennessee, Greene 6.nov.1853-31.jul.1942 Crockett) ; 21.dec.1898 in Houston she married wholesale merchant Charles Lanier Edmiston (Crockett 25.apr.1873-5.may.1935 Crockett) ; of 5 children their first child Jaennie died aged 1 and their fourth John Shepard was killed by a horse aged 4

Title Parts

[] Sleep, little one, sleep. A lullaby
words and music Hattie Belle Arledge
pub Thos. Goggan & Bro., Galveston Texas 13jul1898

[] Sweet'art Dolores
published as Arledge so probably composed before her marriage 21dec1898
pub Thos. Goggan & Bro., Galveston Texas b1899

[] Texas. Voice and piano
dedication : Respectfully dedicated to Mrs. D. A. Nunn, Past Pres., Tex. Div. U.D.C.
words and music H. B. Arledge Edmiston
pub C. L. Edmiston, Crockett Texas 1917

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