Andrews, George Frow 10.mar.1872-8.mar.1929 England Sussex, Eastbourne - Buckinghamshire, High Wycombe
organist, choirmaster, associate of the Royal College of Organists (ARCO), born at 36 Pevensey Road, 1881 with his sister boarding at a private school with a female principal, female teacher and 4 pupils on 3 Bellevue in Hailsham Sussex, 1891 residing with his parents, 2 sisters and 2 servants (chemist assistant, general servant) at 36 Pevensey Road in Eastbourne, 1895-1929 organist/choirmaster of All Saints Parish Church in High Wycombe, conductor of the High Wycombe and District Choral Association, 1901-1911 as professor of music and organist/choirmaster of High Wycombe Parish Church residing with his sister and a servant at Sunnyside on Amersham Hill in High Wycombe
, 1920-1929 residing at The Cottage on Rectory Avenue in High Wycombe ; son of chemist/druggist John Frow Andrews (Lincolnshire, Louth 1837-27.apr.1921 Eastbourne) and Mary Harriet Pocock (Somerset, Bath 1839-) ; 24.jul.1912 at All Saints in London Marylebone he married Edith Alice Cubitt (London Greenwich 17.sep.1873-)

Title Parts

[] Three hymn tunes
pub Novello & Co., London 1900

[] Processional march for the pianoforte
pub Augener & Co., London 1903

[] Processional hymn for All Saints Day. A. & M. 618
pub Vincent Music Co., London 1904

[] Benedicite, omnia opera. Voice and organ
pub Vincent Music Co., London 1904

[] It was a lover. Four-part song
words by Shakespeare
pub Weekes & Co., London 1904

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