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PERCY WHITLOCK (1903-1946) was born in Chatham (which, with Rochester to the west and Gillingham to the east, nowadays forms part of the “Medway Towns” conurbation) and sang as a chorister at Rochester Cathedral, where he was later Assistant Organist from 1921 to 1930, as well as holding church organist's posts in Borstal (a nearby village) and Chatham. From 1932 he was Organist at St Stephen's Church and Borough Organist in Bournemouth, where he died.

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