Amies, William Francis 'Frank' Joseph 10.mar.1865-9.jul.1928 England Kent, Ashford - Berkshire, Wallingford
organist, pianist, 28.may.1865 baptized as Francis Joseph Amies but his birth was recorded as William Francis Joseph both in Ashford, 1881-1891 as organist residing with his parents at 66 Lower Denmark Road in West Ashford, 1910-1911 as single musician lodging with a furnished bedroom at Lamb Inn in West Hanney Berkshire, pianist at the Henley College, at time of death residing in Crowmarsh Gifford near Wallingford ; son of baker William Amies (Kent, Loose 1837-1926 Ashford) and Frances Lambert (Ireland, Abbeyleix 1840-1893 Ashford)

Title Parts

[] I once had a sweet little doll, dears. Song
words Rev. C. Kingsley
pub R. Cocks & Co., London 1890

[] So runs the world away. Song in C, E flat and F
words C. Bingham
pub R. Cocks & Co., London 1890

[] The ship of love. Song in F and G
words G. A. Binnie
pub R. Cocks & Co., London 1892

[] Ever since then. Song in C and E flat
words by C. Scott
pub R. Cocks & Co., London 1892

[] Slumber song. Song with an ad libitum part for the violin or violoncello
words and music William Frank Amies
pub C. Woolhouse, London 1895

[] An thou wert my ain. Song
poetry by Allan Ramsay
pub C. Woolhouse, London 1896

[] Lady Mary. Valse for the pianoforte
pub C. Woolhouse, London 1896

[] Will you come back home? Song. Medium voice and piano
words by Sir Gilbert Parker
pub Chappell, London 1909

[] An Irish love song without words, for piano, violin and cello ad lib.
pub Arthur & Co., London 1929

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