Charlotte Mary Ann Pringle
  • Born 16 May 1829 - Scotland
  • Deceased 1 June 1901 - Toronto, York, Ontario, Canada, aged 72 years old
  • Professor of singing, Musician, Professor of Music
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Source: Divorce Paper R.W. Thompson v I.L. Stuttaford 6 Aug 1915 - ource Medium: Official Document
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Religion: Church of England [1871]
Source: Divorce Paper R.W. Thompson v I.L. Stuttaford 6 Aug 1915 - ource Medium: Official Document
Census 1871 Canada [1871] Toronto, York Township, Ontario, Canada. (Source: Lovell's Canadian Dominion Directory for 1871 - John Lovell page 839 - ource Medium: Book
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Religion: Church of England [1881]
Source: Divorce Paper R.W. Thompson v I.L. Stuttaford 6 Aug 1915 - ource Medium: Official Document
Census 1881 Canada

Religion: Trinity [1901]
Source: Divorce Paper R.W. Thompson v I.L. Stuttaford 6 Aug 1915 - ource Medium: Official Document
Census 1901 Canada
Further contributing to the Colony's musical life, Compton staged a grand concert in December which was intended to be an annual event. His friends, Richard Baxter White, violinist, Henry Rothwell Pounsett, organist and singer, and Linly Norman, pianist, along with the Adelaide Glee Society, Mr. Ball, Madame Stuttaford and Mrs. Wishart joined him in a popularist programme, which may well have reflected Compton's personality. Held in White's Assembly Rooms, capable of holding 800 people, the attendance was not as large as might have been expected, indeed it was “thinly attended”. The comment was passed that the concert was “the last that is likely to take place in Adelaide for some time”. The performances of the instrumentalists were applauded and the singing, judging from the manner in which it was received was well appreciated.[15]
[15] Register 10/12/1862 1.6, ibid 11/12/1862 2.8 Advertiser 10/12/1862 1.7 Wed. ibid 11/12/1862 2.6;
from Charles Henry Compton: Championing the Hill by David Shield

http://www.ohta.org.au/doc/articles/Shieldessay.htm

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