Adams, Stephen Jarvis sr. 21.apr.1837-5.jul.1918 USA NY, Oak Hill - Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh Coraopolis
amateur musician, wealthy manufacturer and inventor in foundry S. Jarvis Adams Manufacturing Co. Pittsburgh, 1838 his parents moved to Wheeling West Virginia and when still a child to Pittsburgh, an active member of Calvary Episcopal Church which he served as vestryman for several years, his ancestry entitled him to membership in the Mayflower Society and the Sons of the American Revolution, 1900 as retired iron manufacturer residing at Wilkins Avenue, he died at his summer home in Coraopolis while residing at 6100 Fifth Avenue in Pittsburgh ; son of the pioneer manufacturer of malleable iron and inventor Calvin Adams (NY, Oak Hill 16.jun.1809-11.apr.1879 Pittsburgh) and Cynthia Gifford (NY, Oak Hill 13.jan.1816-10.jul.1897 Pittsburgh) ; 17.nov.1862 he married Emma Virginia Anshutz (Pittsburgh 10.feb.1843-7.may.1924 Pittsburgh) ; son composer Stephen Jarvis jr.

Title Parts

[] We are coming Father Abraham, three hundred thousand more. Song. Voice and piano
dedication : To the President (Abraham Lincoln 1861-1865)
music S. J. Adams senior
words From a poem by James Sloan Gibbons "Robert Morris" (1810-1892) published in the New York Evening Post 16 July 1862
pub Henry Tolman & Co., Boston Massachusetts 1862

2020-04-19 00:00:00