Arthur Griffin Claypole
He then took the post of head teacher at Derby School of Music from 1912-1914
He was on holiday in Leipzig in 1914 when the First World War broke out, and he was detained until after the Armistice.
Whilst organist of Derby Cathedral he was also conductor of the Derby Orpheus Society.
He died of coal gas poisoning following a nervous breakdown.
Assistant Organist of:
- Peterborough Cathedral (1902–1903)
- The Succession of Organists. Watkins Shaw
- Derby Man Found Gassed. Derby Daily Telegraph - Monday 01 July 1929. p.5
- Former Organist found Dead. Western Morning News. Monday 01 July 1929. p.7.
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Alfred William Wilcock
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