HAMPTON, Henry



Henry Hampton
Christchurch
Henry Samuel Mockeridge was sometimes known as and trading as "Henry Hampton",   Hampton being his wife's maiden name.
also see Burrell and Hampton


Hampton's Studio
11 Victoria Square, Christchurch


In 1922 Hampton's studio was located at 11 Victoria Square and in 1924 at 157 Cambridge Terrace. He remained there until at least 1941. In 1943 the trustees of Henry Hampton were managing the studio.

[11 Victoria Square and 157 Cambridge Terrace may be the same location, in 1941, 157 Cambridge Terrace was located two doors from Victoria Street and is therefore not the current location of 157 Cambridge Terrace] 

Henry Samuel Mockeridge died 4 September 1939 Christchurch aged 64 years, married Alice Josephine Mounack nee Hampton, died 3 April 1938 aged about 62





There was a large gathering last evening of the members of St Matthew’s choir and their friends in the parish room, to bid farewell to Mr H, Hampton (of the photographic staff of the “Weekly Press”) and Mrs Hampton, who are leaving shortly for a trip to England. After some musical items and games, the vicar, on behalf of the choir, presented Mr Hampton with a handsome suit case. He referred to Mr Hampton’s long and exemplary service as a member of the choir, and specially to his diligent and and faithful work as secretary and librarian. He expressed the hope that the guests of the evening would have a pleasant and prosperous voyage, and assured them of a thoroughly warm welcome on their return to the Dominion. Mr L. S. Pilgrim, organist and choirmaster, also spoke of the valuable assistance he had received from Mr Hampton.
Star, Issue 12636, 22 May 1919


G. E. A. Burrell, Photographer, 11 Victoria Square, Christchurch, begs to thank his numerous customers for their past patronage, and to notify them that he has taken into partnership Mr H. Hampton, 14 years Christchurch Press Co., who is well known in New Zealand for high-class work in all branches of photography. The business in future will be known as Burrell and Hampton, Photographers, Studio and Outdoor Specialists, and they to give every satisfaction to all their customers (old coupons are still accepted). Their canvassers are selling new ones at a special reduced rate, to advertise their high-class work. Portraiture studio open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Open all day Saturday. An operator always in attendance. Patrons are kindly invited to call or 'phone 3358
Sun, Volume VII, Issue 1998, 10 July 1920




Press, Volume LXXV, Issue 22809, 7 September 1939




 "Taken March 4, 1924
Shona E. Chisholm aged 3 years 10 months and auntie Elsie"



" Grandma Price 1926"
"To my dear Nellie with love from Mother, age 81"
identified as Jane Burkey Hannam
born 15 November 1845• London, England, died 23 July 1935 • Christchurch, New Zealand
 married George William Price, 1848–1890.
Her mother Jane Burkey Hannam died 2 February 1913 in her ninety seventh year at her daughter's residence (Mrs J. B. Price), 331 Barbadoes Street, Christchurch.

next four photographs below show Jane Burkey Hannam (Mrs Price) with family members







"Alice, Noel, Edgar and Grandma"
identified as Alice Burkey Price [married to Edgar Allen Bradley], Noel Clifton Bradley, Edgar Allan Frederick Bradley and Jane Burkey Hannam (Mrs Price)
[this photo by Burrell and Hampton is of same family as above]


"Miss M. Bunton, Hororata, Canterbury, S. Island"



not identified


not identified


not identified


not identified
 


not identified


not identified

"Mavis O'Loughlin aged 1 year, 19 March 1934 with Love"


not identified


"1938 - to George from Chas. & Melba"


not identified



No comments: