German operatic vocalist (mezzo soprano) & teacher. Née Mathilde Graumann. Born 24 March 1821, Frankfurt, Germany. Married Salvatore Marchesi (vocalist), 1852. Died 17 November 1913, London, England.
Best remembered for tutoring Nellie Melba in Paris, prior to Melba’s debut at the Théâtre Royal de la Monnaie in Brussels in 1887.
On stage in Australia during 1880s with Royal Dramatic Company.
Irish operatic vocalist (bass).
Toured with the Moody-Manners company. In 1914, he was a member of Thomas Quinlan's company and toured South Africa, Australia and Canada.
English actor. Né Cyril Wallis Mackay. Born 1880, London, England. Married Mabel Mahala Allen, 1906. Died 12 July 1923, Brisbane, QLD, Australia, aged 43.
On stage in Australia from 1906.
American actor & vocalist. Né William Andrew McAloon; aka Andrew Williams. Born 25 July 1863, Boston, Massachusetts, USA. Died 21 May 1931, Bayshore, Long Island, New York, USA.
On stage in USA and Australia from 1876.
Irish opera entrepreneur. Born 21 March 1828, Dublin, Ireland. Son of Chaworth Lyster (army captain) and Anne Keightly. Married Georgina Hodson (vocalist). Died 27 November 1880, Melbourne, Vic, Australia.
Arrived in Melbourne from San Francisco in 1861 to inaugurate the first full professional opera company in Australia.
Australian theatrical agent. Né Henry Percival Lyon. Born c.1841, Hobart, TAS, Australia. Son of William Lyon and Polly Rayner. Died 1913, Melbourne, VIC, Australia, aged 71.
English actor. Né George Barry Lupino-Hook. Born 7 January 1884, London, England. Married (1) Georgina May Anstruther [May Gordon (actress)], (2) Gertie Latchford (actress), 1912, (3) Doriel Phillips. Died 26 September 1962, Brighton, Sussex, England.
Member of the Lupino family of actors. In Australia, 1914-1920, performing in musical comedy and pantomime for JC Williamson and the Taits.
English actress. Née Violet Mary Tipton. Born 26 July 1886, London, England. Sister of Ernest Sefton (actor). Married Edward Raylton Joicey MC, 1921. Died 18 July 1956, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England.