Item BCA - 2018.1547 - Warren Green, musician, teacher, organist at St Mary The Virgin

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BCA - 2018.1547

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Warren Green, musician, teacher, organist at St Mary The Virgin

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  • 1909 1984 (Creation)

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Warren Essane Green was born in 1909 and died October 18th 1984. Warren was a great music scholar who taught music and played the organ at St Mary The Virgin church in Bampton for many years. His father was Edwards John Green was a builder and mason and his mother was Pollie Green. Warren also enjoyed painting with water colours and you'll see a couple of his paintings, on postcards in the pdf.

Warren Green on the left with a colleague, WWII
Warren as a young man
Warren with his school class under Mr Gordon and notes on a card about the photo of the school class - Warren is in the front row almost in the centre with his hands on his knees.
References for Warren 1928
A picture with Edward John Green his father and fellow firemen at camp for a tournament
Warren with Mathew Green in the centre and Mathew’s father Ramon Green
Art works by Warren
Warren crossing the road outside Knapps farmhouse which was then opposite the Post Office.
Water colour painting of Haytor House in Lavender Place by an artist who signed his or her self P G. Warren’s mother was Polly Green and she was known to paint so this may be by her. There is nobody else in Bampton with those initials in the 1911 census.

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