Abram, Henry 22.oct.1842-26.jan.1900 England Kent, Margate - Ramsgate
1851 residing with his parents and 5 siblings at the School House in Appledore Kent, 1867 as professor of music residing in Margate, 1871-1879 as professor of music residing with wife, daughter, son and 2 servants at 2 Victoria Town (Road) in Deal Kent, 15.nov.1878 he joined the freemason Lord Warden Lodge in Walmer near Deal, 1881 as music master with music shop residing with a servant at 80 Queen Street in Ramsgate, 1891 as pianoforte dealer residing with his second wife, daughter, 2 sons and 2 servants at 56 Queen Street in Ramsgate ; son of schoolmaster James Abram (Kent, Petham 1805-1887 Margate) and Elizabeth Simmons (Margate 23.jan.1805-1883 Margate)
; brother of composer John Abram ; 2.jul.1867 at St Alphege in Greenwich Kent he married Mary Hunt Wegg (Norfolk, Dickleburgh 1.apr.1849-1876 Kent, Eastry) ; 23.oct.1883 at St Luke in London Shepherds Bush he married Ellen Bowers (London 1854-1930 Margate)

Title Parts

[] The Kentish Volunteer's march, for the pianoforte
pub London 1861

[] The Conyngham polka. Piano
pub London 1865

[] The Thanet march. Piano
pub London 1866

[] The lover and the bird, transcription brillante et facile on guglielmo's popular song. Piano
pub Duncan Davison, London 1868
pub Edwin Ashdown, London

[] La joyeuse. Galop brilliante. Piano
pub Edwin Ashdown, London

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