Minnie Bell Sharp
Canadian schoolteacher
Minnie Bell Sharp
Minnie Bell Sharp Adney was a Canadian music teacher and political candidate. She was the daughter of Francis Peabody Sharp, a famous Canadian pomologist, and on September 12, 1899 married Edwin Tappan Adney, the Klondike publicist and Malicite ethnographer. They had one child, Francis Glenn Adney, born on July 9, 1902, at Woodstock, New Brunswick. He became a minor jazz pianist and band leader in the US.
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