Bristow Mawley



Bristow Mawley
Eila Mary Bristow 
and
Elsa Lilian Mawley nee Hirschberg  
Kelvin Chambers, 16 The Terrace, Wellington

 

       Eila Mary Bristow 
born 27 March 1895, reg. 1895/14557, daughter of Edward Bolton Bristow and Edith Mary Vernell, died 7 September 1956, reg. 1956/24456, ashes buried 12 September 1956, Bolton Street Cemetery, Wellington.



Elsa Lilian Mawley nee Hirschberg 
born 29 January 1897, daughter of Jessie Eliza Wallace and William James Hirschberg, died 12 February 1975, reg. 1975/31011, ashes buried Karori Cemetery, Wellington, married 23 January 1916, reg. 1916/3549, Gerald Mawley son of Septimus Mawley, he was killed in action 12 October 1917 in France.

At St. Matthew's Church, Masterton, on Sunday last, Lieutenant Gerald Mawley, second son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Mawley, of "Ditton," was married to Miss Elsa Lilian Hirschberg, only, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hirschberg, of Masterton. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. John Walker. 
Dominion, Volume 9, Issue 2677, 25 January 1916, Page 2




 Evening Post, Volume CXIII, Issue 25, 30 January 1932, Page 8
[this notice also appeared in the Evening Post on 1 February 1932]


Wanted to buy, artist's sepia or brown wood pencils Bristow Mawley Studio 43-426
Evening Post, Volume CXXXVIII, Issue 1, 1 July 1944, Page 1



 Vida Mary Stout
17th April 1932 aged two years and two months
by Bristow Mawley, Wellington


Vida Mary Stout (20 February 1930 – 21 July 2012) was a New Zealand limnographer and academic administrator. She was the first female to be Dean of Science at a New Zealand university.

Stout was the daughter of Sir Thomas Duncan MacGregor Stout and Agnes Isobel Pearce and granddaughter of Robert Stout (13th Premier of New Zealand). Born and raised in Wellington, she did her Masters on "Hydracarina from the Wellington province" at Victoria and her PhD in London. She returned to New Zealand and lectured at Canterbury University, where she spent the remainder of her professional life until retirement in 1996.
Wikipedia



Helen Hitchings taken after performance of "Murder in the Cathedral" by T.S. Eliot, circa 1950, Wellington, 
by Bristow Mawley.
© Te Papa. CC BY-NC-ND licence. Te Papa (CA000124/001/0057)



Laurel Martyn as Remorse in Fantasy on Grieg's Concerto in A minor, Borovansky Ballet, ca. 1945
MS 9711 Papers of Laurel Martyn 1901-1988 [manuscript].
 National Library of Australia

 'Bristow Mawley, photographers, Wellington'--Verso.
Borovansky Ballet appeared in Wellington, New Zealand, in January 1945.



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