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JOHN TIPLADY CARRODUS (1836-1895)

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Originally appearing in Volume V05, Page 409 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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JOHN TIPLADY CARRODUS (1836-1895), English violinist, was born on the loth of January 1836, at Keighley, in Yorkshire. He made his first appearance as a violinist at the age of nine, and had the advantage of studying between the ages of twelve and eighteen at Stuttgart, with Wilhelm Bernhard Molique. On his return to England in 1853 Costa got him engagements in the leading orchestras. He was a member of the Covent Garden opera orchestra from 1855, made his debut as a solo player at a concert given on the 22nd of April 1863 by the Musical Society of London, and succeeded Sainton as leader at Covent Garden in 1869. He died at Hampstead on the 13th of July 1895. For many years he had led the ,Philharmonic orchestra and those of the great provincial festivals. He published two violin solos and a " Morceau de salon," and was a very successful teacher.
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i have the family Bible of John Tiplady with his and his chidrens date of birth and the date of his two marriages.
I have in my posession the family Bible (Old & New Testament) of John Tiplady Carrodus. It has details of his birth and marriage to Charlotte and the date of birth for nine of his ten children. The is also an oval shaped photo of Charlotte (8" x 4")with the inscriptio Charlotte, wife of John Tiplady Carrodus, mother of Bernhard Molique on the back
John Tiplady Carrodus Married in 1857 to Charllotte mary Latham and went on to have at least six children. 1859 Ernest,1860 Charles,1867 John, 1868 William, 1870 Robert, 1871Bernard. What i would like to know is who are his parents and grandparents??
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