Appreciated for such Cockney-flavored, comedic signature songs as “I’m Henery the Eighth, I Am,” “A small amount of Cucumber,” and “Boiled Beef and Carrots,” this songwriter, vocalist, and comedian was a star from the early-twentieth century United kingdom music hall scene. When he was simply fifteen years of age, he performed on the Royal Victoria Music Hall in East London. While seeking his comedy profession, he also founded a company known as WH Crump and Sons that supplied carriages for fellow vacationing comedy performers. Delivered William Henry Crump, he was raised in London’s East End as the kid of Matilda Watson Crump and Henry Crump. His relationship to his humor music tour accompanist, Sarah Potteweld, led to four kids. He and Arthur British had been both comedians in the music hall custom.