Person record: EDEN, Fannie  (fl.1880s-1900s)

Basic biographical summary of this person
NameFannie EDEN
Genderfemale
Relevance of this personauthor of stories and services of song used with slide sets 
Main period of activity1880s-1900s
ChronologyDateAgeEvent/activity
date unknownborn atunknown location
date unknowndied atunknown location
Texts linked to this personServices of song (6)

Fannie Eden (arr. John Burnham), Bells across the snow (London and Brentford: W. Nicholson & Sons and John Burnham, n.d.)

Fannie Eden (arr. John Burnham), Father, come home! (London: W. Nicholson & Sons, n.d.)

Fannie Eden (arr. John Burnham), Left alone (London: W. Nicholson & Sons, n.d.)

Fannie Eden (arr. John Burnham), Loved unto death: a story of gipsy life (London: W. Nicholson & Sons, n.d.)

Fannie Eden (arr. John Burnham), The mission of the roses (London and Brentford: John Bateman and John Burnham, n.d.)

Fannie Eden (arr. John Burnham), True as steel: arranged as a service of sacred song (Brentford: John Burnham and John Bateman, n.d.)


Stories (6)

Fannie Eden, Bells across the snow (London and Dublin: W.B. Horner & Son, 1885)

Fannie Eden, Father, come home: a temperance story (London: Chatham Pexton and W.B. Horner & Son, n.d.)

Fannie Eden, Left alone: or, the orphans of Pinewood Cottage (London: Chatham Pexton and W.B. Horner & Son, 1893)

Fannie Eden, Little good-for-nothing: or, the mission of the roses (n.d.)

Fannie Eden, True as steel (n.d.)

Fannie Eden, The white slaves of London (London: Chatham Pexton and W.B. Horner & Son, n.d.)

Lucerna ID no. 6001312Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 4 October 2016