Brown, William 'Will' M Siemers 16.may.1860-22.oct.1917 USA Delaware, Wilmington - Wilmington
musician, music teacher, 1900 and 1910 lived with his wife at the home of his parents-in-law at 402 Jefferson Street Wilmington ; son of printer James Brown (Scotland 23.apr.1834-17.aug.1914 Wilmington) and Emily Virginia Siemers (Pennsylvania 7.mar.1836-11.aug.1912 Wilmington) ; 21.jun.1887 in Wilmington he married Mary E Burns (Wilmington apr.1863-c1930 Pennsylvania, Uniontown)

Title Parts


[] Our Delaware. Song. 1906
words George Beswick Hynson
pub Brown and Edwards Music Co., Wilmington, Delaware 1906
adopted as the State song for Delaware 7 April 1925
[] 1 - New Castle
[] 2 - Kent
[] 3 - Sussex
[] Ave maris stella (Must Jesus bear the cross ). Female voices
pub John Church Co., Cincinnati

[] Come, come where fancy bids. SATB choir
pub John Church Co., Cincinnati

[] The great white throne. Cornet, trombone and baritone or full orchestra
pub Vandersloot The Music Co., Williamsport

[] I heard the voice of Jesus
pub John Church Co., Cincinnati

[] In olden times minuet
pub John Church Co., Cincinnati

[] Marjorie. Gavotte
pub John Church Co., Cincinnati

[] O God thou art my God alone
pub John Church Co., Cincinnati

[] Spring morning. Waltz
pub Hamilton S. Gordon, New York

[] Sweetheart of yore
pub Hamilton S. Gordon, New York

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