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Blair, Hugh.
Adm. pens. at CHRIST'S, Jan. 21, 1884.
S. of Robert Hugh, V. of St Martin's, Worcester.
B. there May 24, 1864.
School, Worcester Cathedral.
Matric. Lent, 1884; Scholar; B.A. 1886; Mus.Bac. 1887; M.A. 1896; Mus.Doc. 1906.
College Organist, 1884-6. Assistant Organist at Worcester Cathedral, 1887-9; Organist-in-charge, 1889-95; Organist, 1895.
Conducted the Worcester Festivals, 1893-6. Organist and Musical Director for the Borough of Battersea, Middlesex.
Organist of Holy Trinity, Marylebone, London.
Vice-President of the London Church Orchestral Society.
Composer of Church music.
Died July 22, 1932, aged 67, at Worthing.
(Peile, II. 705; The Times, Aug. 2, 1932.)
Approx. lifespan: 1864–1932
Adm pens. Christ's College 1884:01:21
s. of Robert Hugh BLAIR V.: St Martin's, Worcester, [Worcestershire],
b. there ^ Worcester, [Worcestershire], 1864:05:24
Sch: Worcester Cathedral
Matric 1884:01LT:
BA 1886
Bac. 1887
MA 1896
Doc. 1906
Organist: 1884-86
Assistant Organist at: : Worcester Cathedral, [Worcester], [Worcestershire], 1887-89
Organist-in-C.: 1889-95
Organist: 1895
Conducted the Worcester Festivals, [Worcestershire], 1893-96
Organist and Musical Director for: : Borough of Battersea, Middlesex ,
Organist of: : Holy Trinity, Marylebone, London ,
Vice-President of: : London
Church Orchestral Society
Composer of Church music.
d. aged 67 Worthing, [Sussex], 1932:07:22
( Peile, II. 705; The Times 1932:08:02)