Ann Sheppard Mounsey Bartholomew (1811-1891) was born in London and studied organ early in life. After 1828, she became the organist at various London churches, serving at St. Vedast Foster Lane for nearly fifty years. In 1845 she was accompanist at the premiere of Mendelssohn’s anthem Hear My Prayer. In 1853 she married its librettist, William Bartholomew (1793–1867). After her marriage she taught music in London and worked as a composer.
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