Armistead, James 9.jun.1877-30.aug.1935 England Lancashire, Brierfield - Burnley
organist, born at 2 Cross Street, studied at the Royal Manchester College of Music and Owens College in Manchester, 1900 as teacher of music residing with his parents at 10 Railway Street in Brierfield, 1908 BM and later DM from Queen's College Oxford University, Fellow Royal College of Organists (FRCO), Associate Royal College of Music (ARCM), Associate Royal Manchester College of Music (ARMCM), 1908 organist of the Wesleyan Methodist Church in Brierfield and organist/choirmaster of the Wesleyan Methodist Church in Burnley, 1909 organist/choirmaster of Holy Trinity Church in Burnley, 1910-1935 residing at 'Runneymede' 323 Colne Road in Burnley, 3.sep.1935 buried at Wheatley Lane Inghamite in the parish of Fence in Pendle ; son of grocer shopkeeper Peel Armistead (Lancashire, Roughlee 4.sep.1851-19.mar.1920 Burnley) and Jane Davison (Durham, Sunderland 1.feb.1851-1917 Burnley) ; 1902 at St Luke's in Brierfield he married Ellen Edith Landless (Brierfield 1873-25.oct.1930 Burnley)

Title Parts

[] Our day of praise is done. Anthem for Evensong
words J. Ellerton
pub Novello & Co., London 1910

[] Hymn tune Pro Patria
sung to the hymn "To Thee our God we fly" by William Walsham How (1823-1897)
published in Novello's Parish Choir Series, Novello & Co., London 1912

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