ap Maddock (ap Madoc) (Apmadoc), William 19.mar.1844-12.aug.1916 Wales, Maesteg - USA Illinois, Chicago
mainly a lyricist and librettist, choral conductor, 1868 he emigrated with his wife to the USA, 1872-1878 as music and vocal teacher residing with his wife and 2 sons in Utica NY, 1880 as professor of music residing with wife, 2 sons, daughter, a boarding student and a servant at 6 Lansing Street in Utica, 1889 he moved from Utica to Illinois and 1891 settled in Chicago where he was instructor of music in high school, 25.oct.1892 he became naturalized american, 1893 he was secretary of the International Eisteddfod in Chicago, he traveled all of Utah to give recitals, 1900 as music teacher residing with wife, 2 sons and daughter at 4905 Washington Park Place in Chicago, 1908 he conducted at the National Eisteddfod in Salt Lake City, 1910 as vocal instructor residing with wife at 4905 Washington Park Place ; son of John Maddock (Pembrokeshire 1814-) ; 1871 in Caernarfon Wales he married Elizabeth Jones (Wales, Llanddeiniolen 12.jan.1843-19.nov.1923 Chicago) ; son dentist Maurice Peris Apmadoc (NY, Utica 8.jul.1872-10.oct.1948 Chicago), son lawyer William Tudor Apmadoc (NY, Utica 20.sep.1873-22.jan.1957 Chicago Evanston), daughter Olwen (NY, Utica aug.1878-1963 Chicago)

Title Parts

[] Abide with me. Solo and chorus (Soprano or tenor and chorus)
music W. Apmadoc, words Henry Francis Lyte
pub White, Smith & Co., Boston 1877

[] The reformed blacksmith. Song and chorus (Mixed choir and piano)
dedication : Respecfully dedicated to the Utica Reform Club
music W. Apmadoc, words John Piper
pub White, Smith & Co., Boston 1880

[] Mother to her sleeping child
pub White, Smith & Co., Boston c1880

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