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December 20, 2010

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I am desperatley trying to discover more on my Gt Grandfathers cousin , Frederick Wyatt 1852 - 1933
who began the very first UK organisation (BATD) of ballroom dancing in this country (UK) in 1892 and the 2nd in the world.
He ran a popular Ballroom with James Arnold, The Albert Rooms (1890 - 1910s) Whitfield St, London, and was a very popular character on the West End scene of the 1890s


I have tried a few resources including BATD, Dancing Times and The British Library... but can anyone please help me?...I would LOVE to find a picture of him, or any reference

Andrew

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