February 21, 1858, Chelsea, England.

January 21, 1920, Brighton, England.

Reportedly in Brompton Cemetery, London, England.

Maunder attended the Royal Academy of Music, and played the organ St. Matthew’s, Sydenham (1876–77); St. Paul’s, Forest Hill (1878–79); and at churches in Blackheath and Sutton. He provided accompaniment for concerts in Albert Hall, and, starting in 1881, conducted of the Civil Service Vocal Union. His works include:

  1. Jubilee
  2. Martham
  3. Whole Wide World for Jesus, The