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'''HENRY STABLES MS'''
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Walthwaite, Cumbria
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According to my informant Hugh Taylor, Henry Stables was (briefly) :-
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“A pupil of W.Irwin. He died in1906.
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Mannex Directory 1849 – shoemaker, in Great and Little Langdale.
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Mannex & Co Directory 1851 – Ditto.
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Post Office Directory for Durham plus N’umberland, Cumberland, Westmoreland 1873 – Farmer, Low Hacket, Little Langdale
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Westmoreland Gazette Directory 1930 – Elizabeth Stables, Chapel Stile – only reference in the area to a Stables.”
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This manuscript has been indexed and [http://www.village-music-project.org.uk/abc/stables.abc transcribed] by the [http://www.village-music-project.org.uk Village Music Project].
 
This manuscript has been indexed and [http://www.village-music-project.org.uk/abc/stables.abc transcribed] by the [http://www.village-music-project.org.uk Village Music Project].
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He is referred to in [http://www.mustrad.org.uk/articles/irwin.htm Greg Stephen's article on William Irwin] on the [http://www.mustrad.org.uk/ Mustrad site]
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Latest revision as of 20:47, 23 April 2013

Tune Manuscripts List

HENRY STABLES MS

Walthwaite, Cumbria

According to my informant Hugh Taylor, Henry Stables was (briefly) :-

“A pupil of W.Irwin. He died in1906.

Mannex Directory 1849 – shoemaker, in Great and Little Langdale.

Mannex & Co Directory 1851 – Ditto.

Post Office Directory for Durham plus N’umberland, Cumberland, Westmoreland 1873 – Farmer, Low Hacket, Little Langdale

Westmoreland Gazette Directory 1930 – Elizabeth Stables, Chapel Stile – only reference in the area to a Stables.”


This manuscript has been indexed and transcribed by the Village Music Project.


He is referred to in Greg Stephen's article on William Irwin on the Mustrad site