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Mr Swift's Annual Vocal Concerts (1843-48)


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Mr. Swift's Annual Concert,all vocal concerts, held in the Music Hall, Sheffield:

6/11/43 - Principal performers: Miss Whitnall, Miss Saunders, Mr Ryalls, Mr Inkersall, and Mr Flint with Mr E. Jones at the piano.

15/10/44 - Principal performers: Mrs Sunderland, Miss Valentine, Mr Ryalls, Mr Inkersall, and Mr Flint with Mr Jones at the piano.

3/10/48 - Prinicpal performers: Mrs Sunderland, Mrs Parkes, Miss Burdekin, Mr Ryalls, Mr Webster, Mr Walker, Mr Flint, Mr Ellis

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Hi Richard , I'd be interested to hear from you if you have any further info on the sheffield music halls especially from 1860 - 1896 , My Gr Gr Grandfather was called Henry Hudson Swift and worked the Sheffield Music halls around that period of time , some other family members were also actors/vocalists but haven't got round to looking into it any further as of yet , cheers

Richard

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P.s - Noticed also you are researching Publicans , another Gr Grandfather was called Sam Godfrey and I believe he had a couple of pubs around the Scotland street area , don't have any names though !

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P.s - Noticed also you are researching Publicans , another Gr Grandfather was called Sam Godfrey and I believe he had a couple of pubs around the Scotland street area , don't have any names though !

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1922 to1925 Sam Godfrey

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Henry Hudson Swift, Professional Actor, 1881 Census - 102 Wentworth Street

Hi Richard , I'd be interested to hear from you if you have any further info on the sheffield music halls especially from 1860 - 1896 , My Gr Gr Grandfather was called Henry Hudson Swift and worked the Sheffield Music halls around that period of time , some other family members were also actors/vocalists but haven't got round to looking into it any further as of yet , cheers Richard

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1871 Census

Hi Richard , I'd be interested to hear from you if you have any further info on the sheffield music halls especially from 1860 - 1896 , My Gr Gr Grandfather was called Henry Hudson Swift and worked the Sheffield Music halls around that period of time , some other family members were also actors/vocalists but haven't got round to looking into it any further as of yet , cheers

Richard

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1861 Census Henry H Swift, 111 Hanover Street (going entirely in the wrong direction to answer your question, but, Hey-ho).

Hi Richard , I'd be interested to hear from you if you have any further info on the sheffield music halls especially from 1860 - 1896 , My Gr Gr Grandfather was called Henry Hudson Swift and worked the Sheffield Music halls around that period of time , some other family members were also actors/vocalists but haven't got round to looking into it any further as of yet , cheers

Richard

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Henry Swift 1851 Census

Hi Richard , I'd be interested to hear from you if you have any further info on the sheffield music halls especially from 1860 - 1896 , My Gr Gr Grandfather was called Henry Hudson Swift and worked the Sheffield Music halls around that period of time , some other family members were also actors/vocalists but haven't got round to looking into it any further as of yet , cheers

Richard

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Publicans has been an ongoing obsession for over five years - any and all information gratefully received then passed along to "The Boss" for processing (Ukelele Lady, that would be).

P.s - Noticed also you are researching Publicans , another Gr Grandfather was called Sam Godfrey and I believe he had a couple of pubs around the Scotland street area , don't have any names though !

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and an incomprehensible comment to finish off ...

"Mr Swift, may, or indeed, may not be "Twiss" from Reminicsences ... a bunch of old blokes wobbling on, Leader "outed" Twiss as someone called Swift in Sheffield in the 18th Century, the original ramblings are available online - Link Fairies, one step forrward.

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