Adams, Emily Gertrude 28.feb.1868-18.feb.1935 England Surrey, London Brixton - Sussex, St Leonards-on-Sea
pianist, 8.apr.1868 baptized at Saint John the Evangelist in London Lambeth, 1871 residing with her of a surgeon widowed grandmother Ann Willes, her daughter Letitia and a servant at 1 Park Villa in London Edmonton, 1881 residing with the 83 year old physician Samuel Hitch and his 30 year old wife Anne Letitia Hitch, her grandmother Ann Willes and 3 servants at Barnwood House on Upperton Road in Eastbourne Sussex, 1891 aged 23 head of house (with servant and a non-insane female boarder) of Clare Lodge of Ashbrooke Hall for Insane Ladies (head her foster-mother, now widow Anne Letitia Hitch) in Hollington Sussex, 27.feb.1891 she appeared for the first time in Sussex giving piano solos at a concert in aid of the poor at St John's Parish Room in Hollington, from this date she appeared in many concerts as pianist mainly in St Leonards and later also organized many musical programs and concerts in St Leonards, 1901 head and employer of Clare Lodge and co-licensee of Ashbrook Hall Home for lunatics with a general servant of her own age, 1911 aged 43 already living on private means as friend residing with Flora Stiebel (74 single private means), her friend Edith Mary Hardy (49 single private means) and 6 servants : ladys maid (44 single), head-housemaid (53 single), under-housemaid (16 single), parlour maid (53 single), female cook (48 single), kitchenmaid (15 single) at the 22-room 15 Eversfield Place in St Leonards, at time of death of Warrior House Hotel in St Leonards, she died at Buchanan Hospital in St Leonards ; daughter of gentleman merchant Thomas Adams and Emily ; she never married, 1905-1927 her friend (partner) was Edith Mary Hardy (Sussex, Brighton 19.feb.1862-29.jul.1927 St Leonards)

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[] Night. Piano
pub Chappell & Co., London

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