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Thomas Bertram Garst
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Birth: Oct. 12, 1864
Death: May 9, 1936
Chicago
Cook County
Illinois, USA

Occupation Christian Sci. Practitioner

Illinois Death Record: Thomas B. Garst born 12 Oct 1866 Dayton, Ohio died 09 May 1936 Chicago, Cook, Illinois, 69 years, Occupation Christian Sci. Practitioner, Spouse Lillian H. Garst, Father Daniel Garst born Virginia Mother Mary Morrison born Ohio, Burial: Oakwoods Cemetery, Chicago, Cook, Illinois

The Wichita daily eagle. (Wichita, Kan.) February 14, 1892,
Mr. T. B. Garst and Mrs. Lillian Hamblin Garst are now in their home, 303South Lawrence avenue, ready to receive
pupils and ' make concert engagements. Mrs. Garst will meet business calls and try voices gratuitously on Monday, 10 to 12 a.m. She will receive her friends and pupils socially Thursdays, 2 to 5 p. m. Mrs. Hamblin Garst's reputation as a musician and teacher was fully established some time Devious to the commencement of her successful work in Wichita. Her career as teacher began as pupil-assistant
I in the conservatory, where, after graduating, she was appointed a member of the music faculty. teaching in the same institution three years. During twelve years study and teaching Mrs., Garst has given instruction to 520 vocal students Much of her study under the best teachers of voice development has been in tho special line of teaching, realizing it is one thing to sing well, another to teach others successfully this rare art. The work of Mrs. Caret's pupils has been recognized and endured by several of the leading teachers in America. Having had the advantages of vocal instruction under a half dozen of the greatest teachers in the world, she is convinced, and says it is also the opinion of most of the conscientious professional singers and teachers met here and in Europe, that the best teachers of the vocal art, that is,
the natural and perfect development of the voice are to be found in our own country and among our country people
and that the day is not far distant, when music students who desire to enter the profession will not be compelled to go to Europe for a "reputation.'

The Wichita daily eagle. (Wichita, Kan.) December 20, 1891,
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Garst are back again to their beloved Wichita, after a journey through Europe which has extended over a period of three months. While on the continent they visited all the great points of historic interest in Europe.
They had a delightful trip, if such a long journey could be called a trip, and one whose interest they thoroughly appreciated from every standpoint.

The Wichita daily eagle. (Wichita, Kan.) January 30, 1894,
Mr. T. B. Garst, 1033 North Topeka avenue, having decided to go abroad for several years, offers for sale a choice collection of artistic furniture and brie a brae which has been gathered from all parts of the country. Open to inspection to those who desire to purchase from 2 to o o'clock p. m., commencing February 2 and continuing several days. Terms cash.

The Wichita daily eagle., May 22, 1904, Page 8,
Garst Recital Friday.
Friday evening in Phoenix music hall Thomas B. Garst and his wife Lillian Hambleu-Garst gave one of the finest song recitals ever heard in Wichita to a very appreciative audience. The stage was artistically decorated with roses and carnations. Mr. and Mrs. Garst are well known here having both been residents of the city some ten years ago when Mrs. Garst had great local reputation as a teacher. Since leaving Wichita, Mr. and Mrs. Garst have studied under some of the greatest teachers in this country and abroad, remaining a year or so in Europe, each trip culling from the best musicians in England, Germany, France
and Italy. Among the famous teachers, they have studied under are Wm. Whitney and Madame Hall of Boston ,the great Vannucini of Florence, Italy; Madame La Grange of Paris and Geo. Henshel of London who is considered the greatest teacher of oratorio and lieder.
With horn the Garsts were great favorites and he entertained them one summer at his cottage 'in Scotland and taught them, also, being the first time in his years of teaching that he had ever given any summer instruction. In Mr. and Mrs. Henschel's last concert tour in America, ne sent several pupils to them in Chicago, where they have a beautiful studio, and said publicly he considered them the very best teachers In
Chicago. Mr. Henschel is a composer of high excellence and one of the greatest musicians in the world.
Friday evening's concert showed the high degree of training, voice culture and interpretation of these two artists. Mrs. Garst s voice is a rich soprano, full of tender sympathy and the exquisite quality reminding one of a rare violin.

1900 Census: Indiana: Cook. 32-WD Chicago: 178 Washington Avenue
Thomas B Garst born Oct 1864, age 35 yrs, married once, married 10 yrs, Ohio, both parent Ohio, musician, Lillian H Garst wife, born Oct 1865, age 39 yrs, married once, marriage 10 yrs, no children, Missouri, both parent Massachusetts, Beatrice Marsh boarder, born June 1876, aged 23 yrs, single, Ohio
 
 
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 Parents:
  Daniel Garst (1813 - 1882)
  Mary E. Morrison Garst (1825 - 1891)
 
 Spouse:
  Lillian Hamblin Garst (1865 - 1944)
 
 Siblings:
  Daniel Ashley Garst (1845 - 1923)*
  Frank Garst (1845 - 1903)*
  Mary Garst Welles (1849 - 1910)*
  Newton Garst (1854 - 1940)*
  Nettie Garst Fraser (1858 - 1938)*
  Samuel Garst (1862 - 1892)*
  Thomas Bertram Garst (1864 - 1936)
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Oak Woods Cemetery
Chicago
Cook County
Illinois, USA
 
Created by: garstjake
Record added: Oct 16, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 78540069
Thomas Bertram Garst
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