Acraman, William Henry bap.16.mar.1806-27.may.1886 England, Bristol - London Ealing
professor of music, vicar, dean, 1841 as professor of music residing with his wife, 2 sons, his widowed father and his brother professor of music George at 21 New North Street in London St George the Martyr, 1851 as widowed teacher of music residing with his widowed father, his son Henry William and a servant at 2 Castle Hill in Hastings Sussex, he was vicar of Crowhurst near Hastings, 1851-1861 as professor of music/music seller residing with his second wife, his niece professor of music Martha Foster and a servant at 7 Wellington Road in Hastings, 1866-1871 as professor of music residing with his wife and a servant at 31 Robertson Street in Hastings, 1881 lodging with his wife at 2 South Villas in London Ealing, he was dean in the County of Middlesex, at time of death residing at 2 The Limes Matlock Lane in Ealing ; son of tailor John Acraman (Bristol bap.18.jan.1784-1864 Bristol Clifton) and Elizabeth Churchill Crouch (Bristol 3.feb.1771-12.dec.1839 London) ; 12.feb.1827 in London Bloomsbury he married Harriett Brooks (London Bloomsbury 1804-1850 London Strand) ; daughter Harriett Acraman (London 25.dec.1829-1840 London), son George (London 1832-), son William Henry (London 1836-) ; 21.jun.1851 in Eastbourne Sussex he married Amelia Foster (Kent, Lenham 5.sep.1805-25.oct.1885 London Ealing)

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[] A favourite Alpine melody with variations and finale for the piano forte
pub London 1847

[] The Talbot Polka for the piano forte
pub London 1847

[] Il Segreto per esser felice. Aria, in Donizetti's opera Lucrezia Borgia, arranged with variations for the piano forte
pub London 1848

[] Minuett in G minor for piano, violin and violoncello
pub Hutchings & Co., London 1886

[] Spring flowers, or, the May Queen garden, a floral cantata for schools and bands of hope
written and composed (excepting the special songs and poems introduced) to inculcate the blessing of religious education, by the Rev. Wm. Acraman
pub J. Curwen & Sons, London 1893

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