Trayton George Wickens
succeeded in 1900 by Ernest John Halford
Evening Post, Volume L, Issue 146, 18 December 1895, Page 3
A photographic gallery in the vestibule of the fine building now completed at the corner of Cornhill and Manners streets indicates the business premises of the firm of T. G. Wickens and Co., who have taken a suite of rooms on the first floor of the building, and the apartments, which were specially built for a studio, contain, besides all the most modern conveniences, a splendidly lighted and roomy operating gallery, in which the firm will be able to make a feature of grouping. The work on exhibition speaks for itself, but especially fine are the enlargements of well-known members of Parliament. As despatch is to be combined with artistic finish, the new firm may expect the patronage of the public.
Evening Post, Volume LI, Issue 3, 4 January 1896, Page 2
Death.— Mr T. G. Wickens, photographer, formerly of Palmerston North, died at Wellington of typhoid fever today. Mr Wickens was married about three years ago to a daughter of Mr Anthony Nathan, formerly of Palmerston North.
Manawatu Standard, Volume XXXVIII, Issue 6692, 9 May 1900, Page 2
We regret to record the death at the Hospital this morning of a young business mam, Mr. T. G. Wickens, who succumbed to an attack of typhoid fever. Mr. Wickens, who was only 26 years of age, and who has been in business here for some time as a photographer, was very popular, and to add to the sadness of his early decease is the fact that he leaves a wife and two children. Much sympathy will be felt with Mrs. Wickens in her heavy bereavement.
Evening Post, Volume LIX, Issue 109, 9 May 1900, Page 4
10 Jan 2015
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