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 1988

Personalia

Appendix IV In:
Boydell, Brian
A Dublin musical calendar 1700-1760
Dublin: Irish Academic Press, 1988, 320 p.


The above item has biographical information on:

  Andrew (a. 1748)   french horn
  Arrigoni (a. 1758)   violin, composer
  Ashton (a. 1709-1710)   singing actress
  Babe, Polly (a. 1756)   singer
  Baileys, James (d. 1754 a. 1727)  
  Barbiatelli, Dionysius (or Dioniso) (a. 1740-1743)   singer
  Bardin, Peter (a. 1745-1751)  
  Baylys, James (d. 1754 a. 1727)   vicar choral
  Beamsly (d. 1753)   actor
  Boucher, Joseph (a. 1745)   organ
  Bridges (a. 1742)  
  Burke, Dean (a. 1757)   cello
  Carr (a. 1750)  
  Carter, Arnold (a. 1702)   chorister
  Cavendish (a. 1757)   harpsichord
  Cibber, Susanna Marie (b. 1714 d. 1766)   actress, singer
  Cibber, Theophilus (b. 1705 d. 1757 a. 1743)   actor
  Clark, John   bass guitar, french horn
  Clegg, John [Jacky] (b. 1714 d. 1746)   violin
  Clive, Kitty (b. 1711 d. 1785 a. 1750)   soprano, actress
  Coffey, Charles (b. CAD2> d. 1745 a. 1745)   playwright
  Cooper, John (a. 1732)   kettle-drum
  Cross (a. 1757)   singer
  Cross (b. 1677)   singing actress
  Danvers (a. 1748-1749)   actress
  Davies (a. 1762 active: 1762)  
  Davies, Marianne (b. 1743 d. 1818)   soprano, musician
  Davies, Thomas (a. 1751-1752)   actor
  Davis, Richard   German flute
  Delahoyde (a. 1740)   singer
  Delahoyde, Thomas (d. 1768)   violin
  Dexter (a. 1755-1756)   actor
  Dillon, John (a. 1757)   cello
  Dixon, Luke   fireworker
  Doggett, Thomas (a. 1684-1685)  
  Dolan (a. 1753)   fiddle
  Dumene (a. 1709-1710)   actress
  Duncomb (a. 1748-1749)   actor
  Duval, Lewis (b. 1676 d. 1766)   dancer, theater manager
  Elmy (a. 1743)   actress
  Elrington, Thomas (b. 1688 d. 1732)  
  Fennell (a. 1752)  
  Field, Master (a. 1758)   violin
  Fitz-Patrick, Bernard (a. 1742)   subscriber
  French, Humphrey (a. 1734)   city trumpet, drum major
  Froment, Mons. (a. 1741)   dancer
  Furnival Mrs. (a. 1745)   actress, soprano
  Gemea   actor
  Giffard (a. 1747)   actor
  Gordon (a. 1751)   cello
  Grace (a. 1726)   actress
  Grant, James (d. 1755 a. 1755)   fireworker
  Hackett, Robert (a. 1734)   city musician
  Hall, Robert (a. 1709-1749)   vicar choral
  Ham, Grace (a. 1752-1754)  
  Harvey (a. 1756-1758)   dancer, singer
  Heighington, Musgrave (b. 1679 d. 1764)   organ, composer
  Heron, Luke (a. 1751-1752 active: 1771)   flute
  Heron, William (a. 1717)   state trumpeter
  Hill, John (d. 1749)   vicar choral
  Hollister, Robert (a. 1688-1715)   organ
  Hughes, Cornelius (a. 1738)   vicar choral
  Jackson, Alexander (a. 1713)   state trumpeter
  Johnson, Jos. (a. 1757)   flute
  Jones (a. 1745-1748)   actress
  Kane, Nathaniel (a. 1734)   musician
  Kelly, Master William (a. 1745)   dancer
  Kelly, Thomas   dancing master, wine merchant
  Lawrenson, Lawrence (a. 1721-1723)   organ
  Layfield, Lewis (a. 1723-1747)   singing actor, musician
  Layfield, Robert (a. 1746-1747)   actor, singer
  Lester, Master (a. 1752)   prodigy violinist, harpsichord
  Leveridge, Richard (b. -1671 d. 1758)   bass, vocals
  Lowe, Thomas (b. 1719 d. 1783)   gentleman of the Chapel, tenor
  Lucan (a. 1757)   flute
  Lyddel (a. 1729)   singing actress
  Lyons, Hugh Montgomery (a. 1757)   singer
  M'Carthy (a. 1757)   violin
  M'Mullin (a. 1751)  
  Macklin (a. 1748-1749)   actor
  Macklin (a. 1748-1749)   actress
  Mason (a. 1747-1748)   actress
  Mason, John (a. 1759)   bass singer
  Maturin, Dean (a. 1747)   bass viol
  McCarty, Moselle (a. 1715)   teacher
  Meckel (a. 1746-1747)   singer
  Minors (a. 1748-1749)   actress
  Mitchel (a. 1741)  
  Mosse, Bartholomew (b. 1721 d. 1759)   doctor, amateur musician
  Murphy, Samuel (b. 1725 d. 1781)   organ
  Murphy, Thomas (a. 1759)   flute
  Nangle, George (d. 1741)   musician
  Neal, John (d. 1740)  
  Neal, John (b. 1733)   violin
  Negri, Maria Rosa (b. 1715 d. 1760)   mezzo-soprano
  Oliver, Lewis (a. 1757)   actor, singer
  Pajot (a. 1751)   dancer
  Palma, Bernardo (a. 1736-1757)   singer
  Pasquali, Niccolo (b. 1718 d. 1757)   composer, violin
  Philips (a. 1743)   dancer
  Philips (a. 1741)   actress, singer
  Philips (a. 1744)   violin
  Plunket   singer
  Pocklington (a. 1746-1749)   soprano
  Putti, Gio. Angela (a. 1738)   violin, harpsichord
  Rafforty (a. 1755)  
  Reid (a. 1757)   flute
  Roberts, Richard (d. 1708)   musician
  Robinson (a. 1757)   singer
  Roseingrave, Ralph (b. 1695 d. 1747)   composer, piano
  Russell, Caroline (a. 1757)   singer
  Ryan (a. 1741)  
  Sadler (a. 1755)   singer
  Scarlatti, Francesco (b. 1666 d. 1741)   violin, composer
  Shane (a. 1732)   actress, singer
  Shenton, Robert (b. 1730 d. 1798)   clergyman, composer
  Short (a. 1744)   lute-harp
  Smith, John (a. 1744)   ballad singer
  Smith, John Eusebius (d. 1744)   vicar choral
  Smyth (a. 1737)   organ, harpsichord
  Stevenson, John (a. 1704)   trumpeter, state musician
  Stewart (a. 1757)   singer
  Stretch (d. 1744)  
  Supple, Pat. (a. 1751)   inn-keeper
  Swan, Edward B. (a. 1757)   actor-manager and amateur violinist
  Tollett, Charles (a. 1717)   state musician
  Towers (a. 1750)   organ
  Tracy, Master (a. 1754)   prodigy violinist
  Vanderbank (a. 1729-1744)   singing actress
  Vernon, Joseph (a. 1754)   singing actor
  Viner, William (d. 1716 died: 1716)   violin, composer
  Walker (a. 1742)   singing actor
  Walker, Richard (a. 1731)   baritone, singer in the choir
  Walsh, Jas (a. 1734-1743)  
  Watson (a. 1748)   actor
  Watson (a. 1757)   flute
  Webb (a. 1757)   singing actress
  Webster (a. 1712)   singer
  Wells (a. 1756-1758)  
  Williams (a. 1748-1749)   actor
  Williamson (a. 1743)   singer
  Woodward, Richard (b. 1743 d. 1777)   organ, composer
  Woodward, Richard (d. 1795)   vicar choral
  Wrighton (a. 1741)  
  Wyer, David (a. 1742)   subscriber to Festing's Trio Sonatas
  Young, Polly (Mary) (b. 1749 d. 1799)   soprano

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