Adams, John Charles (pseud: Adams, C Vincent) 10.aug.1873-aft.1939 England, London Lambeth - [? Buckinghamshire, Asheridge]
singer, comedian, vaudeville artist, born at 83 York Road and 22.oct.1873 baptized at Lower Marsh All Saints, 1881 residing with his parents, 6 siblings and a servant at 7 Doddington Grove in London Newington, 1891 as clerk residing with his parents and 5 siblings at 115 Dalyell Road in Lambeth, 1901 as comedian residing with his widowed mother and 2 siblings in Lambeth, 11.jan.1906 as member of the Clement Scott London Company he sang his 'Railway porter' at the Empire Palace Theatre in Edinburgh, 14.nov.1907 he sang his 'Railway porter' in Bristol, 19.oct.1909 with profession 'none' he initiated at the freemason The Eyre Lodge in London, 1910-1925 as comedian residing with his wife, son and a servant at 4 College Mansions, Winchester Avenue in London Kilburn, 1939 as retired comedian residing with his wife and son Richard at Loaningdale Cottage in Asheridge Buckinghamshire ; son of proprietor of baths/manager to a dealer in horses Thomas Frederick Adams (Lambeth 1839-20.aug.1891 Lambeth) and Jeanette World (London Clerkenwell 12.aug.1840-1919 London Lewisham) ; brother George Frederick (Lambeth 22.oct.1876-), sister Florence Melanie (London Kennington 9.jan.1882-1918 London Wandsworth) ; 3.may.1903 in London Christ Church he married Jessie Mabel Eaton (Northamptonshire, Brixworth 22.jan.1874-) ; son  Richard Charles (London Willesden 5.jul.1912-1995 Chiltern ?Loaningdale Cottage)

Title Parts

[] The railway porter
written, composed and sung by C. Vincent Adams
pub Francis, Day & Hunter, London 1900

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