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Emil RINK  1862 - 1917 PIONEER    PARENTS    LIFE    NOTES    LABELS    PHOTOS    THANK YOU

PIONEER

Emil RINK  1862 - 1917

aka E. Rink
nationality (naturalised British subject)
occupation
birth ca 1862, Vienna, AUSTRIA
baptism
death .. April/May 1917, .........., Christchurch, Hampshire, ENGLAND (55y) (GRO 2b/863)
burial
marriage
Rosie MAAS

b. .... 1871, Camden Town, London
d. .. July/Aug/Sep 1940, Kensington, London, ENGLAND

children
  • Doris Bessie

    b. .. Jan/Feb/Mar 1895, Herne Hill, Lambeth, London
    d. ................

  • Harold Leopold

    b. .. Apr/May/June 1898, Lambeth, Greater London, London, Surrey
    d. .. Oct/Nov/Dec 1960, Bridport, Dorset, ENGLAND) (62y


PARENTS

father ......... RINK

b. ..........
d. ...........

mother ...............

b. ...........
d. ...........

remark Oranienburgstrasse, Berlin brother: A. Rink, 9 Wadham Gardens, London
children
  • Emil

    b. .... <1862>, Vienna, AUSTRIA
    d. .. April/May 1917, ........., Christchurch, Hampshire, ENGLAND

  • Arnold

    b. .... <1864>, Vienna, AUSTRIA
    d. .. Apr/May/June 1935, Hampstead, London, ENGLAND) (71y


LIFE


1901 ENGLAND & WALES CENSUS (Streatham, Wandsworth, London):
Emil RINK (39y) Toy and Fancy goods (importer) // employer Naturalized British Subject
Rosie RINK (31y)
- Doris RINK (6y)
- Harold RINK (2y)
= Arnold RINK (36y) brother dealer in tanning materials



(company) director (ELLIS ISLAND 1908 & 1910)

In 1914, thousands of British civilians and merchant seamen, along with foreigners from other nationalities with British connections, were interned at the hastily constructed prisoner of war camp at Ruhleben racecourse by Spandau, near Berlin, Germany. Rink was detained at Ruhleben (Germany) in 1914 and released ca. Nov 1915
page 45-47 of A FONOTIPIA FRAGMENTA. A History of the Societa Italiana di Fonotipia - Milano 1903-1948 by Frank Andrews (Historic Singers Trust, 2002)


NOTES

  • A FONOTIPIA FRAGMENTA. A History of the Societa Italiana di Fonotipia - Milano 1903-1948 by Frank Andrews (Historic Singers Trust, 2002)
    (this (revised) edition originally appeared as a series of articles in The Talking Machine Review - International between June 1976 and December 1977)
  • 'Lindstrom' Companies in Britain by Frank Phillips (in: The Lindström Project. Contributions to the history of the record industry / Beiträge zur Geschichte der Schallplattenindustrie. Vol. 2 (editors: Pekka Gronow & Christiane Hofer). Gesellschaft für Historische Tonträger, Wien 2010. ISBN 978-3-9500502-1-9



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