Atkins, William Ringrose 1847-14.jan.1905 Ireland Co. Cork, Mallow - Co. Cork, Cork
amateur composer, accountant by profession, before 1875 he showed his drawings for the Convent of the Sisters of Mercy at the Crawford Art Gallery 1851-1875, 1897-1900 president of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland, 1900 as chartered accountant residing with his mother, sister and 3 servants at 6 Adelaide Place in Cork, at time of his sudden death from a clot to the brain residing at 6 Adelaide Place in Cork ; son of William Ringrose Atkins (Mallow bap.11.oct.1807-5.jan.1887 Mallow) and Louise Josephine Singer Gelston (Mallow 2.dec.1811-10.feb.1904)

Title Parts

[] Oh! take me from this scene, this place. Ballad
words S. W. Townsend
pub J. H. Jewell, London c1865

[] La Fanfare galop. Piano
pub London 1866

[] Hibernia. Fantasia on Irish melodies. Orchestra / Octett band
pub Hawkes & Son, London 1877

[] Grande fantaisie de concert. Piano / Orchestra
pub London 1883

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