Abbott, Charles Albert 25.dec.1873-19.jun.1915 USA New Hampshire, Ossipee Moultonville - Ossipee
pianist, 1899 as musician residing in Moultonville, 1900 as musician residing at 108 College Avenue in Elmira NY, for some years piano teacher and pianist in Helmold's Orchestra Hartford Connecticut, until March 1915 music teacher for a long time in Willimantic Connecticut, March 1915 he became seriously ill and his death was expected any moment, his wife had even started selling his real estate, at death he left a large property of land on the shores of Ossipee Lake ; son of mechanic Albert Charles Abbott (Ossipee 26.feb.1843-22.oct.1919 Moultonville) and Adelaide 'Addie' A Merrow (Ossipee 25.apr.1849-29.jul.1917 Moultonville) ; 10.may.1899 in Rochester New Hampshire he married Anna M Brooks of Elmira NY (England 9.jun.1873-1955 Ossipee) ; they had no children

Title Parts

[] The nuptial party. March. Piano / Orchestra
pub for salon orchestra Abotsford Music Pub. Co., Elmira NY 1899
pub for piano / small orchestra / full orchestra Carl Fischer, New York c1901
copyright Charles A. Abbott, Moultonville New Hampshire 23sep1899

[] Sweet Kitty O'Day
words Harry Jenkins
pub & copyright David Odo Evans, Youngstown Ohio 5mar1901

[] Vacation time. March. Piano
pub Theodore Presser, Philadelphia 18aug1904

[] Columbia welcomes you home. March song. Voice and piano
music James Tammany, words Charles A. Abbott
pub Performing Arts Encyclopedia WWI sheet music, New York 1919
copyright James Tammany, Columbia South Carolina 3apr1919

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