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Colonel Henry Mapleson MP (1851 - 1927)

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Colonel James Henry Mapleson MP (1830 - 1901)

James Henry Mapleson (Colonel Mapleson) was an English opera impresario, probably the leading figure instrumental in the development of opera production, and of the careers of singers, in London and Ne...

Ada Edmonds (Mapleson) (deceased)

Alah Susan Mapleson (1908 - 2001)

Albert Mapleson (1879 - 1879)

Alfred John Mapleson (1836 - 1917)

Professor of music*Librarian for the Convent Garden Opera House*Music secretary and librarian to Queen Victoria

Alfred John Mapleson (1905 - 1990)

Alice Marde Mapleson (1857 - 1879)

Amelia Mapleson (deceased)

Arthur Mapleson (deceased)

Arthur Mapleson (1861 - 1861)

Arthur (Jack) John Mapleson (1877 - 1936)

Benjamin Mapleson (bef.1735 - d.)

Benjamin Mapleson (1806 - 1807)

Benjamin Mapleson (1773 - d.)

betty mapleson (deceased)

Carley Frank Mapleson (1850 - 1937)

Caroline or Catherine Rose Milner (Mapleson) (deceased)

Charles Mapleson (1855 - 1893)

Charles Mapleson (deceased)

Charles Albert Mapleson (1849 - 1884)

Charles Albert Mapleson (1873 - 1899)

Edna Mapleson (1910 - d.)

Eleanor Mapleson (1810 - d.)

Eliza Mapleson (deceased)

Elizabeth Mapleson (Rummens) (1806 - 1880)

Elizabeth Mapleson (deceased)

Elizabeth Mapleson (1832 - 1900)

Elizabeth Mapleson (1804 - d.)

Emily Mapleson (1817 - 1886)

Emma Mapleson (1814 - d.)

Fanny Mapleson (c.1856 - d.)

Frances Sarah Schmidt (Mapleson) (deceased)

Francis Joseph Mapleson (1825 - 1880)

Francis Joseph Mapleson (c.1804 - 1842)

Gertrude Louisa Mapleson (PALMER) (c.1885 - 1963)

Helen Frances Mapleson (White) (aft.1873 - 1961)

She sang regularely in Metropolitan. There is a recording with Enrico Caruso as Duke of Mantua & Helen Mapleson as Countess Ceprano in Rigoletto in 1912.

Henrietta Mapleson (1816 - 1820)

Henry Birch Mapleson (1840 - 1840)

Henry John (Jack) Mapleson (1906 - 1991)

Hubert Mapleson (1925 - 1977)

James Mapleson (1680 - d.)

James Henry Mapleson (1802 - 1869)

James Wheble Mapleson (1775 - 1823)

Jane Mapleson (deceased)

Jane Mapleson (1800 - 1800)

Jane (Jennie) Mapleson (Darnier Davies) (aft.1841 - d.)

Jane Jemima Mapleson (Gwilt) (deceased)

John Buddle Mapleson (1812 - 1820)

Joseph Mapleson (deceased)

Joseph Mapleson (1803 - 1842)

Joyce Mapleson (1913 - 1991)

Kitty Mapleson (deceased)

Laura Schirmer Mapleson (1862 - 1894)

Laura Schirmer Mapleson was an American operatic singer in the Victorian era of the 1880–90s. She had a very successful international career ending to her early death. In Italy she used the stage name ...

Lionel Mapleson, Jr. (1903 - 1969)

Lionel Alfred Louis Mapleson (1899 - 1899)

Lionel Alfred Sevin Mapleson (1865 - 1937)

Lionel Mapleson was a violinist and Librarian of the Metropolitan Opera (for 52 years), New York. He created the Mapleson Cylinders .* : Faust Waltz. Recorded live at the Met by Lionel Mapleson

Louisa Mapleson (Morrish) (b. - 1890)

Marian Mapleson (Raper) (1833 - 1907)

Mary Mapleson (1908 - d.)

Mary Ann Mapleson (1808 - d.)

Mary Ann Mapleson (deceased)

Nellie Giddins (Mapleson) (deceased)

Nina Eugenie Nathan (Mapleson) (1853 - 1900)

Washington Nathan and Nina Mapleson .

Peggy Mapleson (McGuinness) (deceased)

Raymond Rôze (1875 - 1920)

Raymond Rôze was an English composer and conductor who was known as the Director of the Royal Opera House Covent Garden.He was the son of the French soprano Marie Rôze and studied in Brussels with Arth...

Richard John Mapleson (1834 - 1834)

Sarah Mapleson (Renshaw) (deceased)

Someone Mapleson (deceased)

Sydney Mapleson (1859 - 1902)

Thomas Mapleson (b. - 1836)

Victor Mapleson (1842 - 1917)

Violet Mary Mapleson (1869 - d.)

William Mapleson (1820 - 1854)

William Mapleson (c.1779 - c.1822)

William Mapleson (deceased)