William Alexander Campbell Cruickshank

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Born: 1 June 1854

Died: 26 September 1934


William Alexander Campbell Cruickshank was born in Greenlaw, Berwickshire, Scotland. His father was a physician and Deputy General Inspector of Hospitals. He was educated at Epsom College, studied privately with Thomas Hewlett, and graduated from Oxford 1885. He was music-master at Loretto School, Musselburgh, Scotland and held positions as organist and choirmaster at St. John’s, Selkirk, Scotland; St. John’s, Alloa, Scotland; and Burnley Parish Church, Lancashire. He was conductor of the Selkirk Choral Union, the Alloa Musical Association, the Burnley Vocal Union, and the Ruridecanal Festival Services. His compositions include service music, anthems, hymns, chants, organ pieces, songs, and part-songs.

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