Frisco Studio


Frisco Studio
also known as Frisco Photo Co.
61 Willis Street, Wellington

Evening Post, Volume LXX, Issue 109, 4 November 1905



Evening Post, Volume LXX, Issue 109, 4 November 1905



New Zealand Times, Volume XXVII, Issue 5747, 16 November 1905



New Zealand Times, Volume XXVII, Issue 5771, 14 December 1905
 This notice continued in the New Zealand Times until 13 February 1906



 New Zealand Times, Volume XXVIII, Issue 5785, 1 January 1906
This notice continued in the New Zealand Times until 30 January 1906



New Zealand Times, Volume XXVIII, Issue 5909, 26 May 1906
This notice first appeared about 14 February 1906

Unknown


Unknown Photographer

 A carte de visite by an unknown photographer of an un-named family



MURRAY, Brian



 Brian Murray
Dunedin

born 22 October 1923
died 30 March 1983, reg. 1983/45920  






1946 St. Kilda General Roll, Dunedin
9409 - Murray, Brian, 55 Queens Drive, St. Kilda, photographer

1949 St. Kilda General Roll, Dunedin
9409 - Murray, Brian, 55 Queens Drive, St. Kilda, photographer

1954
St. Kilda General Roll, Dunedin
9230 - Murray, Brian, 218 Forbury Road, St. Kilda, photographer
9264 - Murray, Wynnefred Zona, 218 Forbury Road, St. Kilda, married

1957
St. Kilda General Roll, Dunedin
10582 - Murray, Brian, 24 Cliffs Road, caterer
10618 - Murray, Wynnefred Zona, 24 Cliffs Road, caterer

1963
St. Kilda General Roll, Dunedin
27 - Murray, Brian, 24 Cliffs Road, caterer
02 - Murray, Wynnefred Zona, 24 Cliffs Road, caterer





BARTLEY, Frederick Adolphus




 Frederick Adolphus Bartley
Auckland

born 16 February 1862, Devonport, Auckland, second son of Elizabeth Hannken and Edward Bartley (Architect), killed 26 June 1899 in the General Grant gold mine, Thornborough, North Queensland, Australia aged 37 years.

 


New Zealand Herald, Volume XX, Issue 6847, 27 October 1883



Auckland Star, Volume XXI, Issue 304, 27 December 1890



On June 27 Mr F. Mason (of the N.Z. River Plate and Land Mortgage Co.) received a cablegram from the manager of the General Grant Gold mine, Thornborough, Queensland, stating that Mr Frederick A. Bartley, (brother-in-law of Mr Mason) had been killed in the mine. No details Were given. The sad news came as a great shock to Mr Bartley's relatives in Auckland. He was a young man of about 37 years of age, and was the second son of Mr Edward Bartley, architect, of Devonport. The deceased was formerly in his father's office in Auckland, and about seven years ago he went to Queensland, where according to his last letters he was engaged in prospecting. His friends, however, did not know until to-day's cable arrived that he was in the General Grant mine. The late Mr Bartley was married in Queensland, and leaves a widow and one child. Much regret will be felt by the friends of the family and by those who knew Mr Fred. Bartley at the news of his sudden end.
Auckland Star, Volume XXX, Issue 158, 6 July 1899
 


 The Syagogue, Auckland
photograph by Frederick Adolphus Bartley
 Designed by Bartley's father the Auckland architect Edward Bartley, the synagogue was built in 1885 on the corner of Princes Street and Bowen Avenue. Bartley also designed the Auckland Savings Bank Building on Queen Street, St John's Church on Ponsonby Rodd, and the Kings Theatre, now Mercury Theatre, on Mercury Lane.





Monkton




London Photographic Company
Charles Henry Monkton