Bellchambers, Juliet Mary Elizabeth Barbara (Mrs. J J Nicholls) (fem) 16.feb.(bap.28.jun.)1809-6.nov.1851 England, London Westminster Marylebone - London (bur St Sepulchre Holborn)
singer, 1821 aged 12 educated in music and 1826 aged 17 already well-known as singer Miss Bellchambers, 1833 of the parish St John Clerkenwell London, 1851 resident at Blackheath Park London and of the parish Westcheap St Peter ; daughter of Benjamin and Jane Bellchambers ; 4.sep.1833 at St James London Westminster she married Joshua James Nicholls jr. ; Joshua James Nicholls died 12.oct.1862 at Lansdowne-square Brighton Sussex with his son reverend William Harman Nicholls (bap St Magnus the Martyr London 14.apr.1835) as the sole executor of his will

Title Parts

[] Me beato il ciel. Canone for four voices. 1830
words Filippo Pistrucci (Bologna 1782-1859 London)

[] The spell is broken, we must part. Ballad. Soprano and piano
words Francis Weiland
pub Monro and May, London 3nov1832
pub Wood & Co, Edinburgh 1840
pub A. Fiot, Philadelphia 1842
pub Joseph Fairfield Atwill, New York 1842
pub Oliver Ditson & Co., Boston 1842
pub William Prowse, London 1850
pub J. Williams, London, catalog of 1904
pub Brainard & Sons, Chicago, catalog of 1904

[] Dearest! I am thine, answer to the highly popular ballad "The spell is broken"
sung by Mr. Gear, Miss Bellchambers, Mr. Stretton
pub Monro and May, London 1833

[] The song of other days. Ballad. 1834
words C. J. Davids
pub S. Chappell, London

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