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HAINES, FREDERIC, L.R.A.M. (1870-----). Bandmaster,
Royal Lancaster Regiment, 1894 ; First Life Guards, 1903-8.
HALL, C. W. H., Second Lieutenant, M.V.O. (1858- —). Bands­man, Twelfth Lancers. Bandmaster, First Royal Dragoons, 1884; Second Life Guards, 1889.
HARDY, W. Bandmaster, Grenadier Guards, circa 1830; Scots Guards, 1838. Retired 1842.
HASSELL, CHARLES H. (1866-----). Bandsman, Ninety-fifth
Regiment, 1878. Bandmaster, Fourth King's Royal Rifles, 1892; Irish Guards, 1900.
HEUVAL, WILLIAM VAN DEN (1836-----). Bandmaster, Ninth
Regiment, 1858; Seventh Hussars, 1859; First Life Guards, 1879-90.
HOBY, CHARLES, A.R.C.M., L.R.A.M. Educated R.C.M. Chief Bandmaster, Punjaub Frontier Force, 1889-90; Natal Royal Rifles. Bandmaster under London School Board. Organist, St. Luke's Church, South Kensington. Band­master, Royal Marines (Chatham), 1907. Composer of songs, etc. (Novello).
HOLLAND, EDWARD (1853-----). Bandsman, Rifle Brigade,
1865. Bandmaster, Forty-eighth Regiment, 1878; Scots Guards, 1887; Norfolk Artillery, 1893 (?).
HOPKINS, EDWARD (circa 1778-1860). "The first clarinet player of his day" ("Brit. Mus. Biography"). Band­master, Scots Guards, circa 1797-1838.
KAPPEY, J. A. (1826-1906). Bandmaster, Eighty-ninth Regi­ment, 1848; Royal Marines (Chatham), 1857. Composed an opera bouffe, "The "Wager," cantata, "Per Mare, per Terram," musical comedy, "The Moonlight Serenade," etc. Author of " History of Wind Instrumental Bands." Editor for Boosey and Co.
KREYER. Bandmaster, Royal Marines (Portsmouth), 186-( ?)-84.
LAWSON, JAMES (1826-1903). Bandsman, Royal Artillery, 1839. Bandmaster, Royal Artillery Bugle Band, after­wards the Royal Artillery Mounted Band, 1856-87.
LEE, CHARLES (1863-—). Bandsman, Twentieth Hussars, 1883. Bandmaster, Fourth Dragoon Guards, 1886; Royal Garrison Artillery (Portsmouth), 1908.
MAANEN, J. C. VAN (1827-99). Educated Hague Conserva­toire. Bandmaster, Fifty-second Regiment; Royal Scots, 1851; Bengal Artillery, 1866; Scots Guards, 1869; Royal
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