Person record: JAXON, Henri (c.1877-6 1940)
|Basic biographical summary of this person
|Relevance of this person||composer of songs used with slide sets |
|Main period of activity||1900s-20s|
In spite of the similarity of their names, this person appears to have no connection to the earlier lyricist/composer H.L. D'Arcy Jaxone.
|c.1877||born at||Hollingworth, Cheshire, England|
|1911||resident||22 Avenue Crescent, Leeds, Yorkshire (West Riding), England|
|2 April 1911||~34||census record||1911 Census of England and Wales, RG14/26974|
– occupation “Musical Director”
|6 1940||~62+||died at||unknown location|
|Texts linked to this person||Songs (2)|
James Wilson and Henri Jaxon, Miss Carnation (London: Price & Reynolds, 1908)
James Wilson and Henri Jaxon, Though years go rolling by (London: Feldman & Co., 1910)
|Lucerna ID no. 6002202||Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 4 October 2016|
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