Audoire, John Norman 6.dec.1897-30.nov.1964 England Hertfordshire, St Albans - Canada, Montreal
bandmaster, born at 12 Alexandra Road, 1914 bandmaster of the Cambridge Heath Corps, 1915 as clerk at the Canadian Government Charing Cross residing at 40 Bawdale Road in London Dulwich, 24.oct.1915 enlisted for WWI service in the Royal Flying Corps South Staffordshire Regiment, 15.feb.1919 discharged, 1925 residing at 12 Chiswick Street in Carlisle, 29.mar.1925 emigrated to Canada Toronto, bandmaster of the Earlscourt Citadel Band, 11.nov.1929 transferred to Montreal, 1.jan.1930-1960 bandmaster of the Montreal Citadel Band of the Salvation Army, 1962 as chief clerk residing with his wife at 54 Green Circle in Montreal Jacques-Cartier-Lasalle, he was buried at Cimetiere Mont-Royal in Montreal Outremont ; son of Salvation Army captain/preacher John James Audoire (England Channel Islands, Alderney 6.jan.1869-31.mar.1946 England, Pontefract) and Mary Hannah Atkinson (England Yorkshire, Sherburn-in-Elmet 11.feb.1864-27.sep.1954 London) ; 1920 in London he married Miriam Alice May Webber (London Marylebone 1894-) ; daughter composer Adeline Mary Audoire (England, Carlisle 1924-)

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[] Montreal Citadel. March. Brass band
[] The Salvation Army Brass Band Journal no.1141-1144, June 1938
by J. N. Audoire, Geo. Marshall, A. H. Jakeway, Phil. B. Catelinet and Wm. Broughton, compiler Bramwell Coles
2 compositions and 2 arrangements
pub Salvationist Pub. & Supplies Ltd., Montreal 3jun1938
[] - Integrity. March
[] Earlscourt Citadel. March. Brass band
[] Impetus. March. Brass band
[] Certitude. March. Brass band
[] Aggression. March. Brass band
[] Montreal Citadel 75th Anniversary. March. Brass band. 1961
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