I’ve now added a page under biographies for Moses Marks Samuels, Emily’s wife and father of Beatie & Babs
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We’ve been contacted by Stephen Evans, a theatre music researcher in the process of collecting information on ensembles and group acts during the Music Hall era with a view to developing an online database and perhaps eventually publishing his findings. As part of this, he’s interested in learning more about Beatie & Babs and seeks biological facts, anecdotal gems from both on and off stage, and any material relating to how they delivered their acts and sketches. Photos, notes, diary entries, newspaper cuttings, movie film and personal reminiscences are all of interest.
Our own genealogical researches over the past 30 years have turned-up a modicum of stuff and we’ve given the author access to our records about the duo. But of course much more information remains to be uncovered – we know quite a lot of ‘what happened’ about the family but we’re a bit short on the ‘whys.’
Stephen would welcome your contributions to this project. If you can help, contact him direct at: email@example.com or if you prefer send them to us as firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll forward them to Stephen.
Needless to say, we have a vested interest in this. We’ll be sharing the stories about Beatie & Babs so the more Stephen finds out, the more we can fill in some of the many blanks in our family history. Please help if you can.
We have posted a page for Emily Victor Kahn under biographies. Please take a look.
We’ve just uploaded a page about two of Victor’s grand children, Bertha Tickler (nee Samuels) and Hilda Henley (nee Samuels) – otherwise known as the music hall act ‘Beatie and Babs.’
Please look under ‘biographies’ for more information.