Michael Kilgarriff | Grace Beauty & Banjos | Sing us One of the Old Songs
 
 

Last update: May 2006

Included in these pages is material acquired since publication, also corrections to the original edition.

Acknowledgements are due to Tony Barker for additional material. 

ARTISTES' REPERTOIRES - D
DACRE, HELENA Wot Cher, Polly!
DACRE, LOUIE
Back From The War or Home Once More
DAKIN, MAYNARD
You Thought I Was Going To Say -
D'ALBERT, GEORGE Curate, The
Follow The Bobtails
Money Talks
Riding On The New Electric Car
Strip The Bed And Have Another Look
West End, The
D'ALCORN, DOTTIE  We'll Stick To The Colours
DALE, ALLAN Bring The Bed Too Me
Home Rule For Camberwell
Midnight In Trafalgar Square
Muddle Medleys
On The Railway
Sort Of Man 'E Is, The
Tipster Up To Date, The
DALE, GEORGINA Rights Of Women, The
DALE, LOUISA

d.1967
If I Built The World For You

DALE, ROSE

Naughty Tally Man, The

DALEY & COLLINS Barbers, The
Cassidys, The
Dreams
Girls
Hooligans, TheMickey Dunn's Party
Mottoes
Our Song
Titles
DALLON, ROSA see ROSA DALLOW
DALLOW, ROSA (DALLON?)  Jus' You
DALMAINE, W. My Guiding Star
You'll Remember Me
DALTON, SAM I May, I May
What Are You Staring At?
DALY, FLORENCE  Ever Since Then
DALY, JULIA  My Love He Is A Sailor-Boy
My Johnny Was A Shoemaker
DALY, MADGE  Oh! The Black List
DALYS, THE  Band Played On, The
DAMROSCH, LEO  d.15 Feb 1885
DAN, HARRY  d.28 Feb 1898
DANBY, CHARLES Round The Town
DANBY, FRANK  d. 13 May 1912
It's A Funny Feeling, Isn't It? 
DANDO & RAWSON  Ticket of Leave, The sk.
DANDO, WALTER  Sandwich-Man, The 
DANE, J. P.  He Did As I Advised Him
DANGO, FANNY
1878-1972 see Millie HYLTON
DANIELS, FRED T.  'Arry, 'Arry, 'Arry
DANIELS, LIZZIE My Father's Been And Joined The Army
They Won't Go Home
DANSIE, BERT I Want To Be A Sailor
Join The Navy
DANSON, BERT  1874-1943
When A Fellow's In Love With A Girl A + L&C
 
DANVERS, CHARLES  daughter Katrina
Different Styles Of Yodelling
DANVERS, JOHNNY add: * after name
DANVIL, MAUD  d.2 Dec 1898 m. Dan Leeson
God Bless And Keep Victoria
DARBY, FRED  1861-98
DARE, CYRUS  d.Feb 1935
Won't You Come To My Tea Party?
Burglar And The Child, The

Johnny Jones And Me!

Forget-Me-Not

Unfortunate Child, The
 
DARNLEY, ALBERT  d.12 Nov 1944 
Robbin' Hood
DARNLEY, J. HERBERT b.1871/2
D'AUBAN & WARDE TROUPE sk. artistes, ballet dancers & pantomimists; see D'AUBAN, JOHN & EMMA; WARDE, JOHN & EMMA. John D'Auban m. Emma Warde (1871). Orther family members: John's son Ernest Henry D'Auban (1874-1941); Mrs D'Auban (1820-67) mother of John?
DAVENPORT, C. L. Britannia The Pride of The Ocean

DAVENPORT, EDGAR 

Three Jolly Chappies

DAVENPORT, RUTH  Baba Maria
DAVIES, BELLE Honeysuckle And The Bee, The
DAVIES, BEN Requital, The
Thou Art Sleeping
DAVIES, JESSIE GORDON  d. 13 May 1913
DAVIES, MINNIE  Peter To Paul
DAVIS, ALFRED  Likkity Longsha
DAVIS, JEMMY  Britain's Little Alabaster Coon (parody on)
Little Alabama Coon
DAVIS, JESSIE BARTLETT Cradle Song
DAVIS, JOSEPHINE
Pick Pick Pick On The Mandolin Antonio
DAVIS, TOTS  Only A Baby's Rattle
DAVISON, CHARLES  d. 11 Oct 1871 (w. Christy Minstrels)
DAWSON, FORBES  d. cJan 1890
A + m Cockalorum (m W. F. Frame? 1896)
Racing Crack, The
DAWSON, JENNY  Suit The Action To The Word
DAWSON, MARION Mothers's Darling!
DAY, FREDERICK I Want You All The While
Fighting For Their King And Sireland
DAYNE, (Little) ENA  1900-77
Cruising Down The River

Dolly De Vere

Motor Car, The

Redwing

Since Poor Father Joined The Territorials

Take Me Up With You Dearie

Taximeter Car, The
DEAN, ELLA Mona
Homeland
DEANE, CHARLES Billy Sykes
Brothers
Gazing On The Same Old Face
Girls, You Are Divine
Going Home By Rail
My Dear Friends
DEANE, BARBARA
 
b.1886 
Butterfly
DEANE, MARIE

Aye Boys
Don't You Think She Knows A Bit
Oh, Harry

DEANE, ROSIE

Forgiven
Soldier's Widow, The

DEARING, ROSE Be Careful
Chimes Across The Snow (w. Peggy PRYDE)
How Few Nice Men There Are
There She Goes
Tinker Tailor
DEE, KITTY Neath My Window
DE GRAY, JESSIE  Let's Have Another
DELAINE, JOSIE  Which Is Tommy Atkins?
DELANEY, ARTHUR  1867-99
Madam Mozelle Malone
DELANEY, TOM  1869-1905
DELANY, NORA
 
1887-1977  m. actor Benjamin Maclachlan 1911.  He died 1916.  m. (2) impresario Prince Littler 1932.
Beautiful Baby Doll

Some Sunday Morning
When Irish Eyes Are Smiling

DELARO'S PICCANINNIES,    HATTIE

Leader Of The Company B

DELLAR, MAUD Number One
Simple Maiden
So He Is
That's Where You're Taken In
DE MAR, CARRIE Little Bit Of Girl Inside, The
DEMPSEY, W. P. 
 
All Through Singing Daisy Bell
Bow-Wow On The Brain
Work Boys Work And Be Contented

DENE, DOROTHY

d. Dec? 1899
DENTON, DOLLY How'd You Like To Float Me?
DENTON, PERCY  Standing On The Corner
Didn't Mean No Harm

I'll Be True To My Honey Boy
DERSON, WINNIE daughter of. HARRY ANDERSON
She May Not Be A Lady
DERWENT, FRANK  Lump Of Sweetness
DETTMAR, LOTTIE Gold
Work And Play
DEVAS,JOHNNY Silver And Gold
DE VERE, NORAH  d.31 Mar 1905 Sisters De Vere
DE VERE, STELLA  d.21 Jan 1893 " ???
Where Are The Men?
DE VOY, ALBERT  father of Jim and Albert Le Fre

Albert Le Fre son of Albert Le Fre d.17 Jun 1905
DIAMOND, FRANK  d. 9 Sep 1888 (w. Mohawks)
DIDCOTT, HUGH J.

see Hubert MAURICE

DIGBY, ALICE  Goodnight My Little Daffodil
DILLON, ISABELLA Pansy
DISTIN, MAUD True Till Death
DIXEY, E. FREEMAN 1833-1904
DOCKSTADER, LEW We've Both Been There Before Many A Time
DODDS, JAMIESON Colleen Mine
DODY, SAM  My Brudda Sylvest'
DOHERTY, P. J.  1852-1932
Foley's Hotel
DOLARO, SELINA  1848-89
Tom Tandem 
DON, SISTERS  Emma Don (Mrs Walter Munroe) 1874-1951
Denny Murphy's Daughter Nell
DONNELLY, R. Blind Irish Girl

DOREEN, LILIAN

Annie Laurie

DORMER, DAISY Dancing 'Neath The Irish Moon
I'd Like To Live Down Your Way
I Live At No. 23
I'm Going, Going Home

I Wish I'd A Girl Like Molly

Mammy O' Mine
Sea-Side Tango Girl, The
DORNTON, ROSE
 
Bonnie Little Deutcher Girl
Keep Yer Blooming Hands Off

DOUGLAS, EILEEN

Ring The Belle

DOWNS, W. H. black Australian tenor
Is Still Flesh And Blood Like You
What Will Your Answer Be?
DOWTON, HARRY On The Railway
DOYLE, PADDY
d. 23 Apr 1895
DOYLE, TOM Nell The Barmaid
Rather Lively
DREW, DENIS  Mona May
Come And Be A Soldier!
DREW, NELLY  1863-92 either Frank Coyle's wife or sister
DRIFFIELD, TOM  Sit Down
DRISCOLL, WILL  Man, Man, Beautiful Man
Oh! What A Bachelor's Paradise
DRYDEN, CISSIE  Won't You Buy, Sir?
DRYDEN, LEO Bachelor Boys' Farewell, The
Tresses
DRYDEN, WILL Britannia's Friends
'Neath The Old Oak Tree
DU CANE, LOIS Only Way, The
Trot Along In Front
DUDLEY, ALBERT Bobs Of Kandahar
DU FOUR BOYS By The Beautiful Sea
DUMAS, ARNOLD Fisher Maid Of Old St Malo
DUNBAR, ANNIE That's Quite Another Question

DUNBAR, E. C.

As I Walked By Myself
She's As Bright As The Morning Star


A + L&C Village School, The (R. Newcomb: Dunbar, E. C.)
DUNBAR, SISTERS  later k.a. THE AURORAS see Era end Oct-start Nov 1899
DUNCAN, CORA  Only A Clown

DUNCAN, MINNIE

d. 5 June 1951

DUNDAS, F. H.  You Can Tell Who He Belongs To
DUNDONALD, BRUCE  Red Cross Heroine, The
DUNFORD, ETHEL Shadowland
DUNLO, SISTERS
 
 
 
Rose Rose, Pretty Rose (1897)
Sisters Fake-Up, The
Two Little Romps
Um-Ta-Ra-Ra Girls

DUNN, PETER

I Was Sold
Make Up Your Mind And Do It
Sandwich Man, The

DUNNING, ALICE Papa's Pet
DUNSTONE, FRED I'd Like To Look At Them A Lot
If I'd Only Been Born A Girl

Middy's Return, The
DUNVILLE, T. E. All Gone. There Ain't None
Enquire Within

It Made Me Laugh

Royal Baby, The

That's Why Smith Left Home
DUPREZ, FRED You Must Get Yourself A New Hat
DUPREZ, MAY MOORE Won't You Come, Dear, Into The Park?
DURIAH, F.
Finnigan's Wake
DURIAH, J. W. 
1828-1873
DWYER, JAMES  1828-88

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