Arnold, Richard Penrose bap.29.jan.1856-9.feb.1908 England, London St George Hanover Square - Somerset, Bath
amateur musician, 20.oct.1874 matriculated at Balliol College Oxford, 1871 residing with his parents, 3 siblings and 5 servants (nurse, housemaid, cook, kitchenmaid, butler) at Byron House on Byron Road in London Harrow, 1891 as H.M. inspector of factories residing with his wife and a servant at South View on Manchester Road in Ashton under Lyne, 1901 as H.M. inspector of factories residing with his wife, family and 7 servants (2 ladys maids, footman, kitchenmaid, 2 housemaids, cook) at 25 Grosvenor Place in St George Hanover Square, he died at 7 Edwards Street in Bath while residing at White Barn in Broadstone Dorset ; son of school inspector/poet/hymn writer Matthew Arnold (London Laleham 24.dec.1822-15.apr.1888 Liverpool) and Frances Lucy Wightman (London Hampton 18.sep.1825-28.jun.1901 Surrey, Cobham) ; 17.jun.1884 at St Mary Abbots in London Kensington he married Ella Charlotte Ford (Australia, Melbourne 1861-18.dec.1912 Broadstone)

Title Parts


[] Requiescat. Song
the words by Matthew Arnold (his father)
pub Boosey & Co., London 1886

[] A Faery song. Song
the words by J. Keats
pub Novello & Co., London 1907

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