Ackerman, Arthur Edward William 14.apr.1888-31.jan.1963 England, London Pimlico - Northampton
baritone singer, 1891 residing at 37 Wiseton Road in London Wandsworth, studied at the choir schools of Westminster Abbey, 1901 His Majesty's Chapel Royal and St James Palace, 1910 stage manager of Grossmith, 1911 as stage manager music halls residing at 68 Claverton Street in Pimlico, 1916 residing at 139 Herne Hill in Brixton, 1924-1938 repertoire by Arthur Ackerman and Jenny Wynne of Old English Songs and Folk Duets was broadcasted on radio BBC, 1923-1929 as folk song entertainer residing at 15 Meadway Gidea Park in Romford, 1931-1932 as entertainer residing at 163 Herne Hill in Brixton, he sang many times by royal command, was presented with tie pin by Queen Alexandra, toured the world with Jenny Wynne singing folk love duets, 1934-1937 residing at 170 Wickham Chase in West Wickham Kent, 1939 manager of Central Hotel in Rugby Warwickshire, 1963 residing at Winarth Cottage in Brixworth, he died at the General Hospital Northampton ; son of professional vocalist and Gentleman of His Majesty's Chapel Royal Charles Henry Albert Ackerman (Ipswich Suffolk 14.jan.1866-1.nov.1902 on a ship from New York to Liverpool) and Annie Hook (Pimlico 1865-) ; 1915 in Wirral Cheshire he married contralto Winifred Jane Rowell 'Jenny Wynne' (Lambeth Surrey 1895-1971 Northampton)

Title Parts

[] Old fashioned rhymes. Song. Voice and piano
pub Chappell & Co., London 1933
[] 1 - No. 1 in D
[] (details unknown). Church music
[Who's Who, Landon Ronald 1935]

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