Bennett, Mimi Eve (fem) 18??-f1908 England, ? - ?, ?
her birthnames may have been Mary or Maria, 1902 residing in London, 1950-1952 a Mimi E Bennett resided at 23 Wemyss Road in London Lewisham

[not the same as hymnwriter M E Bennett : Maria Elizabeth Dampier Bennett (Essex, Great Yeldham 1839-29.aug.1909 Sussex, Durrington), mother of composer Rev. John Lionel Dampier Bennett]

[the only Mimi Eve Bennett recorded in 1902 in London is: Mimi Eve Bennett (India Assam 1878-) ; daughter of teaplants merchant Walter Hawkes Bennett (1838-1901 London Wandsworth) ; 12.feb.1907 she married dyers company owner Ralph Milton Armfield (Wandsworth Battersea feb.1878-) in the parish church Immanuel Streatham Lambeth London ; 1907 she is recorded as 'without profession' which does not exclude she could have been an amateur musician at that time, 1918-1929 they resided at 29 Buckleigh Road Streatham, 1932-1935 at 7 Barkston Gardens Kensington, 1936-1937 at 21 Langham Mansions Earls Court with daughter Marjorie Eve (London 4.may.1909-1978), 1939 at 11 Kensington Church Street Kensington ; 15.may.1931-26.may.1931 dyers co. director Ralph Milton Armfield was residing at London Purley and travelled to the USA alone]

Title Parts

[] Lift thine eyes. Song
words and music Mimi Eve Bennett London
pub Boosey & Co., London and New York 28nov1902
ms The British Library, St Pancras London

[] Land of dreams. Song. Soprano, mezzosoprano and alto
words and music Mimi Eve Bennett 6sep1904
pub Phillips & Page, London 1904
pub Boston Music Co. 1904
ms The British Library, St Pancras London

[] Love's reverie. Song
pub G. Ricordi, Milan 25feb1908

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