Bennett (Bennet), Charles 1741-12.apr.1804 England Cornwall, ?Kenwyn - Truro
blind organist, 1764-1894 of St Mary's in Truro, 1765 he was as musician in service of Mrs. Trevanion (? wife of William Trevanion Esquire of Caerhais Castle and Tregony), 1766 he subscribed to 'A Collection of Thoughts, Moral and Divine' by Wellins Calcott, 14.apr.1804 buried at St Clement near Truro ; son of Richard Bennett (Cornwall, Bodmin 1715-31.jan.1788 Cornwall, Kenwyn) ; 8.feb.1768 in Kea Cornwall he married Ann Vivian (Cornwall, Camborne 8.feb.1740-1799 Cornwall, Gwennap)

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[] Twelve songs and a cantata.. set to musick in score.. and are most humbly inscribed, to Mrs. Trevanion.. by her most obedient and most humble servant, Charles Bennett
pub J. Johnson, for the Author, London 1765
ms British Museum (now British Library), London

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