Abloscher (Abloescher), Johannes Alfred Franz 22.aug.1871-19?? Austria, Vienna - ?Vienna
trombonist, zither player, 24.sep.1891 emigrated to the USA, 1891-1898 trombonist of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, 1.jul.1892 in Boston he petitioned to become american citizen, 1893 teacher at New England Conservatory, 2.nov.1896 in Boston he again petitioned to become american citizen, 1896 as musician residing at 283 Columbus Avenue in Boston, 1898 as musician rooming at 528 Tremont Street in Boston, 22.jul.1898 he returned from Yarmouth Nova Scotia to Boston, 1917 his son said his father was a citizen of Canada ; 19.sep.1894 in Yarmouth he married his music student journalist/artist Anna Roberta Balfour Brown (Nova Scotia, Yarmouth 30.jul.1871-8.jul.1940 California, Monterey) ; son Julius Albert Abloescher / Balfour (Nova Scotia, Yarmouth 7.jul.1895-28.jan.1963 California, Alameda), 1898 Roberta was granted separation with custody of the son and went with Julius to Yarmouth, Johannes abducted the child and took him to his parents in Vienna, Roberta traveled to Vienna to get her child back but did not succeed in Vienna court, 8.nov.1900 back in Boston she was granted divorce and custody of the child, 1901 she traveled to Vienna again and this time succeeded to abduct and take her child back to Boston

Title Parts

[] Hope. Song
words and music Johannes Abloescher
pub Oliver Ditson, Boston Massachusetts 1894

[] The beatiful Bostonian. Polka francaice (sic). Piano
pub Jean White, Boston 1897

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