Appleton, Everard John 'Jack' 24.mar.1872-19.feb.1931 USA West Virginia, Charleston - Ohio, Cincinnati
mainly poet and lyricist, journalist by profession, 1880 residing with his parents and 2 sisters at Virginia Street in Charleston, 1900-1920 as newspaper journalist/writer residing with his wife at the home of his mother-in-law and a servant at 415 Forest Avenue in Cincinnati, 1930 idem as writer with his wife and a servant ; son of major general/clerk in woolen mill John Whittier Messer Appleton (Boston 1.apr.1832-23.oct.1913 West Virginia, Salt Sulphur Springs) and Mary Rice Marsh (Boston 7.dec.1838-16.aug.1918 Charleston) ; 17.sep.1895 in Cincinnati he married Susan B Avery (Cincinnati 24.sep.1870-11.aug.1954 Cincinnati)

Title Parts

[] The gobble-uns 'll git you ef you don't watch out! Voice and piano
To the dear little girl in the lavender dress (poem Little orphant Annie)
words James Whitcomb Riley (1849-1916)
pub Geo. B. Jennings Co., Cincinnati 1892

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