Alfieri, Ernest James Jackson 11.apr.1864-8.nov.1913 England Staffordshire, Hanley - London Marylebone
lyricist, journalist/newspaper proprietor by profession, 1898 residing at Lowlands Road in London Harrow, 1901 as newspaper proprietor residing with his wife and a servant at Elm Hurst Elm Road in London Wembley with office at 186 Wardour Street, 1911-1913 as journalist residing at Fir Cottage 92 Chestnut Grove in New Malden Surrey, he was buried at Kingston Cemetery and Crematorium, Kingston upon Thames ; son of schoolmaster Charles Alfieri (London Soho 22.mar.1820-30.jun.1894 Portsea) and Elizabeth Julia Marriner (Liverpool 19.oct.1832-1873 Staffordshire, Stoke on Trent) ; 1892 in London Hampstead he married Christina Macgregor Grant (Scotland, Elgin 10.feb.1867-1903 London) ; no children ; 1904 in London he married Alice Maud (London 1873-1950 London) ; no children

Title Parts

[] A couplet from Wordsworth. The cottager's lullaby and Lucy
pub Reynolds & Co., London 1894

[] Two Songs
words from "The Pall Mall Gazette"
pub Rossini & Co., London 1895
[] 1 - Waiting for you
[] 2 - Sleep, my treasure
[] For England. Patriotic song
words and music Ernest Alfieri
pub Rossini & Co., London 1896

[] Hymn of Trust
words by O. W. Holmes
pub Rossini & Co., London 1897

[] The merry cobbler. Song
words and music Ernest Alfieri
pub Alexander & Co., London 1899

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