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Husband: Bertie John Muskett
Born: 1872 in Norwich, Norfolk 1,2 (see note 1) Census: 1881 in Cheviot Street, Lincoln St Swithin, Lincolnshire (see note 2) Census: 1891 in 36 St Michaels Square, Gloucester, Gloucestershire (see note 3) Census: 1901 in 10 Weltje Road, Hammersmith, London (see note 4) Census: 1911 in Thorndon House, Avenue Road, Isleworth, Middlesex (see note 5) Died: 1960 in Middlesex 3 (see note 6) Occupation: 1891 - 1911 Professor of Music 4 (see note 7) Father: John Henry Muskett (1844 - 1902) Mother: Harriet Reeve (1842 - 1913)
Wife: Ellen Matilda Havill Also known as: Helen Muskett 5 Married: 1897 in London 2 (see note 8)
Born: ABT 1873 in Forest Gate, London 5 Census: 1901 in 10 Weltje Road, Hammersmith, London (see note 9) Census: 1911 in Thorndon House, Avenue Road, Isleworth, Middlesex (see note 10) Died: 1956 in Middlesex 3 (see note 11) Father: Mother:
1 F Gwendoline Ethel Muskett | Born: 17 Dec 1900 Hammersmith, London 5,2,6 | Died: 1981 London 3 | Buried
2 M Kenneth Egbert Havill Muskett | Born: 1902 Hammersmith, London 7,2 sp. Lily Goldsmith |Married: 1933 Middlesex 2 Born: 2 May 1904 Died: 1986 | Died: 19 Sep 1952 Southampton, Hampshire 3,8 | Buried
Sources: (1) . (2) . (3) . (4) . (5) . (6) . (7) . (8) . Event Notes Note (1) Jun 1872 Norwich 4b 158 Note (2) Age 8, born Norwich, with family Note (3) Age 18, born Norwich, with family. Professor of Music Note (4) RG13/51 f74: Age 28, born Norwich. Professor of Music, with wife Helen and daughter Gwendoline Note (5) RG14PN6807 RG78PN340 RD128 SD1 ED2 SN255: Age 37, born Norwich. Professor of Music, with wife Helen and children, also his mother Note (6) Dec 1960 Ealing 5e 227 age 88 Note (7) William Yeates Hurlstone's aim was to promote chamber music, in particular that of living British composers. Though his compositions were played at the Century Concerts, the majority of the programming included works by his contemporaries - Gadsby, Cowen, Lloyd, German, Coleridge-Taylor, Cobb, Dunhill etc.. Such was Hurlstone's reputation that he was able to recruit the most talented musicians from his college days. Of particular note were: Eli Hudson, flute; Charles Draper, clarinet; Edward Dubrucq, bassoon; and Bertie Muskett, horn. Each of these became established professional musicians in London - Hudson, principal flute London Symphony Orchestra; Dubrucq, principal bassoon London Symphony Orchestra; Muskett, professor of horn Guildhall School of Music. From http://www.musicweb.uk.net/classrev/2004/Oct04/Hurlston e_Moore.htm Note (8) Jun 1897 Wandsworth 1d 1280 Note (9) Helen Muskett, age 27, born Forest Gate, with husband Bertie Muskett and daughter Gwendoline Note (10) Helen Muskett, age 36 born Hackney, with husband Bertie John and children Note (11) Helen M Muskett: Dec 1956 Ealing 5e 207 age 82 For comments and questions about this family, email Howard Slatter Updated 18 May 2020 Name Index