1835–1909

No­vem­ber 10, 1835, St. Pan­cras, Lon­don, Eng­land.

June 8, 1909, Tot­ten­ham, Lon­don, Eng­land.

A pu­pil of John Cal­kin, Lan­gran was tu­tored as or­gan­ist at St. James’s Church, Ed­monton (Lon­don).

He then played the or­gan at St. Mi­chael’s, Wood Green (June 1856); Ho­ly Tri­ni­ty, Tot­ten­ham (1859); Pa­rish Church, All Hal­lows, Tot­ten­ham (1870); and St. Paul’s, Tot­ten­ham (1870–1909).

He was also In­struct­or to the Train­ing Col­lege for School­mis­tress­es, Tot­ten­ham, from its foun­da­tion around 1880, and re­ceived a Ba­che­lor of Mu­sic de­gree from Ox­ford in 1884.

  1. Deerhurst
  2. Langran
  3. St. Phil­ip and St. James