Battey, Ella Beatrice Ball (fem) 25.sep.1888-feb.1978 England Warwickshire, Birmingham Aston - USA Rhode Island, Providence
violinist, teacher violin, 1891 emigrated to the USA, 1915 naturalized American, studied violin with Frederick Mahn, Charles Martin Loeffler and Leopold Auer, counterpoint and composition with Arthur Ryder and Harry Newton Redman at New England Conservatory in Boston, she gave concerts at Town Hall New York, 5 years engaged on the radio program 'Songs and Strings', taught at Walnut Hill School in Natick Massachusetts, at Sacred Heart Academy in Providence, at Rocky Hill Country Day School in East Greenwich and Neighborhood Guild in Peace Dale Rhode Island, 1918-1959 as violinist residing in Providence Cranston, 1919-1924 at 1396 Narragansett Boulevard, 1926-1959 at 1925 Broad Street, 1928-1954 teacher violin with studios at 144 Westminster and 23 Washington Street in Providence ; daughter of jeweller Charles Ball (Birmingham 30.mar.1843-21.apr.1915 Providence) and Clara Elizabeth Smith (Birmingham 6.may.1848-4.feb.1930 Providence) ; 1917 she married title examinor real estate James Edward Battey (Chicago 21.may.1886-26.oct.1957 Providence)

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