According to the Internet source given below, Robert Browne Hall, born in Bowdoinham, Maine, was a leading American composer of marches and other music for brass bands.
During his lifetime he was known as a fine cornet player and served for a time as conductor of the Bangor Band. As soloist, conductor, composer and teacher, Hall is still remembered in Maine. The last Saturday in June every year is officially Robert Browne Hall Day in the State of Maine.
After suffering a stroke in 1902 he eventually died Portland was buried in Evergreen Cemetery in Richmond, Maine.
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||Biography by wikipedia.org.