John Matthew Wilson Young

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John Matthew Wilson Young (17 December 1822; Durham – 4 March 1897; Lincoln) was an English organist. He was elder brother to William James Young (1836; Durham - 1913; Lancashire), also a well-known English organist. John M.W. Young was buried in the cemetery at East Gate in Lincoln. He married Augusta Frushard (1820; Lambeth - 1902; Lincoln), youngest daughter of Philip Frushard (13 October 1783 India - 5 July 1837 Durham), the Governor of Durham Gaol, and Anna Maria Pewsey his wife, on 8 July 1851 at St. Paul's Church, Deptford, Kent.

Career[edit]

He was successively:[1]

Publications[edit]

The psalter, as used in Lincoln Cathedral, John Matthew Wilson Young, Henry Wollaston Hutton, George John Bennett, W.K. Morton & Sons, 1912

Children[edit]

  • Augusta Anna Maria Young (1852–1921)
  • John Frederick Sebastion Young (1853–1873)
  • Philip Frushard Young (1855–?)
  • Edward Muir Young (ca. 1857–1915)
  • Alfred Hamilton Frushard Young (1858–1918)
  • Walter Frushard Young (ca. 1859–1875)
  • Rosetta Catherine Young (1860–ca. 1914)
  • Ada Frushard Young (1862–1943)
  • Richard Samuel Frushard Young (1868–1894)

References[edit]

  1. ^ West, John E. (1899) Cathedral Organists. London: Novello and Company