Adams, Ann Eliza 'Annie' 16.nov.1843-16.may.1905 England Isle of Wight, Newport - London Paddington
singer, no composer, she used the stage name Miss Annie Adams all her life, born at the Green Dragon Pub, 1851-1861 residing with her parents, 2-3 siblings and a servant in Southampton, 1861 as barmaid, 1865 she sang at the Royal Alhambra in London, 1871 as public vocalist with her husband as her agent, son, her retired parents and servant residing at 29 Holford Square in London Clerkenwell, 1881 as retired public singer with her husband as dramatic agent, her widowed father, brother and servant residing at 8 Colebrooke Row in London Islington, 1865-1880 Miss Annie Adams sang with the greatest success at all the music halls and theatres in London, 1871 she was engaged for 6 months in New York, 1874 she sang with the Virginia Female Christys in Leeds ; daughter of innkeeper/hotel owner Thomas Mark Adams (Kent, Dover bap.19.apr.1795-18.feb.1886 London Islington) and his second wife Harriett Fanstone (Hampshire, Romsey 11.jan.1811-11.aug.1874 London St Pancras) ; 22.may.1862 in Chatham Kent she married dramatic agent 'copyright hawk' Henry Whiting 'Harry Wall' (Bristol 15.dec.1833-1914 London Islington) ; son Henry Whiting Wall (London Lambeth 25.mar.1864-)

Title Parts

[] When the band begins to play, G.W. Hunt's new song. Voice and piano
dedication : written, composed and published expressly for and sung by Miss Annie Adams
written and composed by G.W. Hunt, arranged by Vincent Davies
pub Weippert & Co., London 1871

[] Farewell. Song
words by Violet Fane, music by Mrs. C. Adams
music on a copy in the British Library London ascribed to Annie Adams (which is either an incorrect or an unfortunate ascription because the composer is actually Annie, Mrs. Cadwallader Adams)
pub Duncan Davison & Co., London 1884
pub E. Ascherberg & Co., London b1906

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