Millie Lindon (1869-1940)
Last updated: 01.06.22
p_lindonm.jpgAccording to the Internet source given below, Millie Lindon (née Fanny Elizabeth Warriss) was an English music hall singer and socialite born in Small Heath, Birmingham.
She performed in music halls under the name Millie Lindon, a version of her mother's maiden name, her professional career being relatively short and unremarkable. Between 1897 and 1904 she was featured on some 15 items of sheet music. Her portrait on the left is taken from For Old Times' Sake (1898), words & music Charles Osborne and published by Francis, Day & Hunter, London W.C.2, England which was said to be her most popular song.
Her extraordinary life as a socialite is described in the link below.
She died in Taormina, Sicily.
Websites:
url15.gif Millie Lindon Biography by wikipedia.org.  

Millie Lindon (1869-1940) has at least 1 item(s) at the Amazons which you can order on-line by clicking the item's order icon.
Pussy Had Another Sardine
Music by: James W. Tate.
Words by: F Clifford Harris, G. Arthurs
Perf. by: Millie Lindon
Publisher: Francis, Day & Hunter
Suppliers: flag15us.gif
Printed: 1904. Sheet Music.
     Title Attribution Remarks
       
url15.gif Binks' Wife Charles Osborne (words & music)
Millie Lindon (perf.)
 
url15.gif For Old Times' Sake Charles Osborne (words & music)
Millie Lindon (perf.)
 
url15.gif Lost, Stolen or Strayed Bennett Scott (words & music)
Millie Lindon (perf.)
 
url15.gif Skeleton in the Cupboard, The Albert Perry (music)
Edgar Bateman (words)
Millie Lindon (perf.)
 
This list is arranged by composer and contains 15 works performed by Millie Lindon who is featured on sheet music covers. It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located. Keys: (w&m) ER
     Title Composer Attribution Remarks
         
perf15.jpg If Only Your Heart Could Speak (1901) George Le Brunn Fred W Leigh (words)
Millie Lindon (perf.)
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perf15.jpg Last Farewell (1902), The George Le Brunn J P Harrington (words)
Millie Lindon (perf.)
Pub.
perf15.jpg Days of the Ruffle and the Patch (1903), The George Le Brunn J P Harrington (words)
Millie Lindon (perf.)
Pub.
perf15.jpg Dear Marguerite, Good-Bye! (1903) George Le Brunn Fred W Leigh (words)
Millie Lindon (perf.)
Pub.
perf15.jpg Postman (1897), The Charles Osborne Millie Lindon (perf.) Pub.
perf15.jpg For Old Times' Sake (1898) Charles Osborne Millie Lindon (perf.) Pub.
perf15.jpg Binks' Wife (1899) Charles Osborne Millie Lindon (perf.) Pub.
perf15.jpg Song of the Kettle (1899), The Charles Osborne Millie Lindon (perf.) Pub.
perf15.jpg Sweethearts (1899) Charles Osborne Millie Lindon (perf.) Pub.
perf15.jpg Enjoyment (1901) Charles Osborne Millie Lindon (perf.) Pub.
perf15.jpg  That Old Rocking Chair (1902) Charles Osborne(w&m) Millie Lindon (perf.) Pub.
perf15.jpg Skeleton in the Cupboard (1900), The Albert Perry E. Bateman (words)
Millie Lindon (perf.)
Pub.
perf15.jpg Old Plaid Shawl (1902), An Albert Perry Stanhope Baxter (words)
Millie Lindon (perf.)
Pub.
perf15.jpg Lost, Stolen or Strayed (1897) Bennett Scott A J Mills (words)
Millie Lindon (perf.)
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perf15.jpg Pussy Had Another Sardine (1904) James W. Tate F Clifford Harris (words)
G. Arthurs (words)
Walter Miller (perf.)
Millie Lindon (perf.)
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