Adair, Frank L 6.jul.1864-12.nov.1914 USA NY, New York - New Jersey Somerset, Somerville
pianist, organist, tenor singer, dentist and later musician by profession, 1870 residing with his parents in New York City, 1876-1895 residing with his parents in Hillsborough Somerset New Jersey, 21.oct.1896 organist and tenor in the choir of Stainer's cantata The daughter of Jairus at the Presbyterian Church in Freehold NJ, 17.may.1913 at Bernard's Episcopal Church in Bernardsville the same but here he was the conductor, 1900 as dentist residing in Bridgewater Somerset New Jersey, 1905 without profession residing at the home of his sister and brother-in-law in Salem Somerset New Jersey, 1910 as musician and organist residing at the home of a cousin in Bernards Somerset New Jersey, 1913 organist of St Bernard's Church in Bridgewater, at time of death residing in Bernardsville ; son of undertaker/farmer James Adair (New Jersey, Piscataway 2.dec.1827-3.mar.1896 New Jersey, Bridgewater) and Emma E Reed (NY, New York 16.feb.1835-18.jul.1896 Somerville) ; he never married

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[] Princeton two-step. March. Wind band. 1896
composed for the Princeton University marching band
pub Luckhardt & Belder, New York
in the Sousa Preservation Project, Sousa Archives for Band Research, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

[] The painted woman, a drama in 4 acts
pub Samuel French, New York 17aug1903

[] Ever dreaming
words Devan Thomas
pub Pioneer Music Publishing Company, Chicago Illinois 7aug1905

[] The song of the heart, from The iron king. Maestoso, G Major
lyricist Sidney R. Ellis
in the Archive of Popular American Music
pub Ellis Music Co., New York 10dec1910

[] Oh, that waltz, from The iron king
words Sidney R. Ellis
pub Ellis Music Co., New York 10dec1910

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