TRELOAR, James



James Treloar
 Photographer
Founder and President of the Hamilton Photographic Society

born circa 1882 Bolton, England

died 6 April 1945 Hamilton aged 63 years
married 1909, reg. 1909/4766
 Lily Neill  Reid

James Treloar by an unknown photographer

 
Partington's Mill, Auckland
by James Treloar


OBITUARY
MR JAMES TRELOAR
WIDE VARIETY OF INTERESTS (0.C.) HAMILTON, Friday
The death occurred this morning of Mr James Treloar, a member of the Hamilton Borough Council, aged 63. Born in Bolton, Lancashire, Mr Treloar came to New Zealand in 1904 and became foreman at a Thames iron foundry.
He moved to Hamilton in 1910 and with his brother, Mr S. P. Treloar, established an engineering workshop. He had a close association with the Methodist Church and gave 35 years' service to the youth movement. He was a past president of the Waikato Winter Show Association and the Hamilton Rotary Club, president of the Milking Machine Vendors' Association and president of the Waikato Society of Arts.
 
He had served on the Technical School Board of Manager's and the board of directors of the Y.M.C.A. Mr Treloar was elected to the Borough Council in 1941 and was chairman of the Gasworks Committee. He is survived by his wife and a son and daughter.
New Zealand Herald, Volume 82, Issue 25171, 7 April 1945


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