Georgiana Winsor Sheet Music

Georgiana Winsor Sheet Music


Collection Overview
Title: Georgiana Winsor Sheet Music
Date: 1841
Creator: Winsor Family
Call Number: DAL.SMS.075
Quantity: 1 oversized folder
Language: English

Administrative Information:

Access Restriction: The Georgiana Winsor Sheet Music is open to researchers.
Acquisition Information: The Georgiana Winsor Sheet Music was acquired by the DHRS prior to 2007.
Preferred form of citation: DAL.SMS.075 Georgiana Winsor Sheet Music in the Drew Archival Library of the Duxbury Rural & Historical Society
Related Collections: The Winsor Family Collection, DAL.MSS.005

Scope and Content:

The collection consists of one piece of sheet music, The Blue Bell of Scotland with some variations for the Piano Forte by Latoure. A handwritten note on the music indicates that this was the last piece of music played by Georgiana Winsor on August 15, 1841 before she died.

Biographical Sketch:

Georgiana Lloyd Winsor (1830-1831) was the daughter of Capt. Daniel Loring Winsor and Sallie Bartlett Sampson. Her grandfather, Nathaniel Winsor, Jr., was one of the most successful merchants and shipbuilders in Duxbury. In 1841, at the age of 11, Georgiana Lloyd Winsor died of paralysis. She is buried in Mayflower Cemetery in Duxbury.