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Marriage Date Prediction of Henry Lewis

Jothishi marriage predictor  predicts the marriage of a person with around 80 percent accuracy provided the input is accurate ( date, time and place of birth – also the marriage year). One can check this predictor for any person who is already married ( like parents, cousins, relatives etc) to figure out the accuracy of the model. Around 300 rule sets are used as an input to develop this model.

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About Henry Lewis

Henry Jay Lewis (October 16, 1932 – January 26, 1996) was an American double-bassist and orchestral conductor whose career extended over four decades. A child prodigy, he joined the Los Angeles Philharmonic at age 16, becoming the first African-American instrumentalist in a major symphony orchestra and, later, the first African-American symphony orchestra conductor in the United States. As musical director of the Seventh Army Symphony Orchestra, he supported America’s cultural diplomacy initiatives in Europe after World War II.Henry Jay Lewis was the only child of Henry J. Lewis, an automobile dealer and Mary Josephine Lewis, who was a nurse. Originally from Los Angeles, his musical education started early in life at the age of five. It included studies on the piano and subsequently the clarinet as well as various string instruments.Lewis subsequently attended the University of Southern California.

Henry Lewis and Horne Marilyn marriage

Horne was married from 1960–1979 (separated 1974)to the conductor Henry Lewis whom she met in college at the University of Southern California. Her mother initially had misgivings that the interracial marriage would have a negative impact on Horne’s career, saying, “Be his mistress, for God’s sake, not his wife,” but soon reconciled with them. They maintained a home in the Echo Park neighborhood of Los Angeles for many years.

Henry Lewis and Horne Marilyn childrens

In 1965 the couple welcomed a daughter named Angela

The couple divorced in October of 1974.Our report also suggests the same.