Andrews, Franklin 'Frank' Draper 12.jan.1850-6.jan.1888 USA, New York Manhattan - New York Manhattan
pianist, organist, studied music with Ernst Friedrich Richter, Robert Papperitz and Oscar Paul in Leipzig Germany, 1850 residing with his parents and 4 brothers in Manhattan, 1870 as physician residing with his parents and brother in Manhattan, 1876-1888 organist/choirmaster of the Central Methodist Church Seventh Avenue, 1880 as organist residing with his wife (singer) and daughter at 313 17th Street in Manhattan, he died aged 38 from Bright's disease, 8.jan.1888 funeral services at the Central Methodist Church 7th Avenue where members of the New York Council No.348 Royal Arcanum and Greenwich Council No.539 American Legion of Honor were invited ; son of custom house/freight clerk Dudley Bradstreet Andrews (Massachusetts, Boylston 8.aug.1809-8.mar.1887 New York City) and Abigail Ball (Boylston 5.oct.1810-1.apr.1879 Manhattan) ; 19.jul.1875 he married opera singer/music teacher Laura Violetta Adams (Maine, Rockland 28.aug.1853-) ; daughter composer Edna Millicent Andrews

Title Parts

[] Aesthetic waltzes. Piano
pub Hamilton S. Gordon, New York

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