Andrews, Edna Millicent 13.nov.1878-23.sep.1923 USA NY, New York - Ohio, Cleveland
1880 residing with her parents at 313 17th Street in New York City, 1.apr.1892 aged 13 she made a trip abroad with her widowed and remarried mother Laura V Kendall while lodging at 947 Broadway, 1899-1902 residing with her husband and daughter at West 101 Street in New York, 1900 residing with her husband and daughter at the home of her mother music teacher Laura V Kendall in Hempstead Long Island NY, 1903 as music teacher residing at 668 DeKalb Avenue in Brooklyn, 1905 as widowed music teacher without her daughter lodging with her mother and stepfather at 221 Bay Ridge Avenue in Brooklyn, 1910 as widowed music teacher without her daughter residing at 231 72nd Street in Brooklyn, 1920 as patient boarding at Manhattan State Hospital where she did ward work like almost all 5286 patients did ward or housekeeping work ; daughter of composer Frank Draper Andrews and opera singer/music teacher Laura Violetta Andrews/Kendall nee Adams (Maine, Rockland 28.aug.1853-) ; 25.may.1898 in Hillsdale New Jersey she married soldier Narces A Olaciregui (Colombia, Sabanilla aug.1875- ; he probably deserted her in 1902 or 1903) ; daughter Antonia Maria (New York City 13.mar.1899-)

Title Parts

[] By moonlight "Night winds are sighing". Barcarolle. Medium voice and piano
dedication : To Hon. J. W. Charlton
words Francis R. Fast Jr.
pub Oliver Ditson Company, Boston 1896

[] I could not love thee more. Waltz song
words adapted and music composed by Edna Millicent Andrews
pub Hamilton S. Gordon, New York 1897

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