Wallace, James Culbertson 3.sep.1830-31.jan.1911 USA Ohio, Cambridge - Iowa, Davenport
singer, jeweler, music seller, piano dealer, 1858-1911 residing in Davenport, 1860 with his wife Amelia, daughter Henrietta and servant at Perry Street, 1860-1866 as jeweler/watchmaker with shop at 102 Brady Street, 23.jul.1863 registered for military duty in the Civil War for the counties of Scott, Jackson, Jones, Cedar, Clinton, Linn and Muscatine in Iowa, 1866 he switched his business to book and music store and advertized with 'fancy books', pianos, organs and melodeons at 102 Brady Street, 1867 he was also agent for Leavitt Sewing Machines, 1885 as music dealer with his wife Amelia, son Arthur and grandma Eliza Ingalls (1802-) residing at 308 East 10th Street in Davenport, 1900 with his wife residing at 308 East 10th Street with shop pianos and organs at 116 West 2nd Street advertizing 'the matchless Shaw piano', 1906 with shop at 402 East 14th Street, 1910 living with his son in Davenport, buried at Oakdale Memorial Gardens Davenport ; 1855 he married Amelia Augusta Ingalls (Ohio, Dresden 20.apr.1828-29.dec.1904 Davenport) ; daughter Henrietta 'Ettie' (Iowa 1858-), son Arthur Struthers (Iowa 24.may.1861-)

Title Parts

[L] We are coming from the cotton fields. Song and chorus, with piano
words J. C.....n, music J. C. Wallace
Civil War song, a call for the black men to leave the cotton fields and join the war
pub Root & Cady, 95 Clark Street, Chicago 1864
Alan Baker bt, Harmoneion Singers, Lawrence Skrobacs. New World 202-2

[] Then fare thee well. Song
words by Moore, music J. C. Wallace
published Boston, Massachusetts 1864

2003-11-21 17:54:28