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Fred Godfrey

Fred Godfrey

Real Name:Llewellyn Williams
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The pen name of Llewellyn Williams, a World War I songwriter.
Born 17 September 1880 Swansea, Wales.
Died 22 February 1953 (aged 72) Pinner, London, England.

Godfrey wrote more than 800 songs between ca. 1906 and his death. Best known for the songs "Take Me Back to Dear Old Blighty" (1916) and "Bless 'Em All" (1917). The latter became huge hit after George Formby recorded it in November 1940 and has been used in many war films.

Sites:fredgodfreysongs.ca , Wikipedia , adp.library.ucsb.edu , fredgodfreysongs.ca
Aliases:Eddie Stamper, Edward E. Elton
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