Barnes, Edwin 8.jun.1833-4.dec.1901 England London, St Pancras - London Hampstead
organist, on the day of birth baptized at the Old Church St Pancras, 1863 chorister at King's College London, studied piano with William Rea and organ and music theory with John L Brownsmith, organist of Hornsey Parish Church in London, of St George's Bloomsbury in London, 1862 organist/choirmaster of Holy Trinity Church in Paddington, 1856-1858 conductor of the Dover Choral Society, professor of music for 40 years at the London Society for Teaching the Blind St John's Wood, 6.aug.1860 his music pupils inaugurated the new organ at the Blind School St John's Wood 'deserving great credit to their master Mr. Edwin Barnes', 1880-1901 residing at 109 Belsize Road in Hampstead ; 25.jun.1855 at All Saints Battle Bridge he married Emma Josephine Hoyne (1831-) ; son composer Frederick Edwin

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[] Down the valley yonder "Where the violet bloweth". London 1855
the poetry by J. Bruton

[] Separation "One burning thought". London 1856
from the German of Geibel: Scheiden "Es schleicht ein zehrend feuer"

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