John Thomas Field

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Life

Born: 4 February 1850

Died: after 1894

Biography

He was born near Manchester, and studied under Frederick Bridge and John Stainer. Organist and choirmaster at Holywell, North Wales from 1868; at Christ church, Southport, Lancashire from 1870; St German's, Blackheath, London from 1872 and Christchurch, Lee Park, London from 1874 for at least 20 years. (The latter church,whose architect was George Gilbert Scott, was destroyed by bombing in 1940).

(Information from Dictionary of Composers for the Church in Great Britain and Ireland, By Maggie Humphreys, Robert Evans)

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