Person record: BROADBENT, James W.  (1878-1965)

Basic biographical summary of this person
Full nameJames William BROADBENT
Gendermale
Relevance of this personarranger of services of song used with slide sets 
Main period of activity1890s-1910s
Relationships to other peopleson of BROADBENT, James  (c.1842-1899)
nephew of BROADBENT, John  (c.1845- after 1901)
ChronologyDateAgeEvent/activity
20 January 1878born atLeeds, Yorkshire (West Riding), England
1881resident52 Kings Road, Leeds, Yorkshire (West Riding), England
1891resident13 Brunswick Place, Leeds, Yorkshire (West Riding), England
5 April 189113census record1891 Census of England and Wales, RG12/3697.94.27
– occupation “Bookseller's Assistant”
-1899~20partnerJames Broadbent & Son
1899~20owner/proprietorJames Broadbent & Son
1901resident18 East Parade, Harrogate, Yorkshire (West Riding), England
31 March 190123census record1901 Census of England and Wales, RG13/4054.89.24
– occupation “Music Publisher”
1908resident9 Quarry Mount, Leeds, Yorkshire (West Riding), England
1965residentMeanwood Hill, Parkside Road, Meanwood, Leeds, Yorkshire (West Riding), England
19 July 196587died atLeeds, Yorkshire (West Riding), England
18 October 1965archive entryNational Probate Calendar Index of Wills and Administrations, 1965 p.784
Texts linked to this personServices of song (4)

Austen Marston (arr. James W. Broadbent), Amy Howard's reward (Leeds: James Broadbent & Son, n.d.)

M.S. Haycraft (arr. James Broadbent and James W. Broadbent), Fighting for the King: a sacred musical service (Leeds: James Broadbent & Son, n.d.)

M.S. Haycraft (arr. James Broadbent and James W. Broadbent), Fighting for the Queen (Leeds: James Broadbent, n.d.)

Ernest Williams (arr. James W. Broadbent), A gambler's honour: and what it led to (Leeds: James Broadbent & Son, n.d.)

Lucerna ID no. 6001709Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 4 October 2016