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Sullivan, Sir Arthur Seymourlocked

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Sullivan, Sir Arthur Seymour (1842–1900), composer and conductor, was born on 13 May 1842 at 8 Bolwell Terrace (now no longer standing), Lambeth, London, the son of Thomas Sullivan (1805–1866), a musician, and his wife, Mary Clementina, née Coghlan (1811–1882). His father's family was Irish: his paternal grandfather (also ...

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