Akaster, Cedric Harcourt 6.feb.1893-1.jan.1970 England Devon, Plymouth - Dawlish
amateur musician, 1911 as student law residing with his widowed mother at 31 Connaught Avenue in Plymouth, served as 2nd luitenant of the Royal Fusiliers in WWI, 1918 residing at 26 Clifton Villas in London Maida Vale, 1935 as solicitor residing at 31 Randolph Crescent in London Paddington, 1939 as solicitor residing at Trevelyan Crescent in London Wembley, 1943 as solicitor residing at Harwood Watts Road in Tavistock Devon, at time of death residing at 9 West Cliff Road in Dawlish Devon ; son of solicitor Albert Edward Sawdy Akaster (Portsmouth bap.3.jan.1864-28.apr.1909 Plymouth) and Alice Jane McKeer (Plymouth 1866-11.apr.1955 Plymouth) ; 1929 in Devonport he married Frances Evelyn Pike (Devonport 20.feb.1905-30.jan.1992 Dawlish)

Title Parts

[] The Esperanto march. Pianoforte
pub Underhill & Co., Plymouth 1907

[] At Springtime. Song
words E. Finch
pub West & Co., London 1914

[] La fusee (The rocket). March. Piano
pub West's & Co., London 6dec1927
copyright renewal Cedric H. Akaster 19jan1955

[] Liberty men ashore. March. Piano
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