LAWSON, Albert


Albert Lawson

Waikouaiti and Young Street, Palmerston

also see Martin & Lawson




Otago Daily Times, Issue 11984, 6 March 1901, Page 4



HODGERT.- On the 12th September, at her residence, Palmerston South, Mary Ann, the relict of Alexander Hodgert, mother of Albert Lawson (deceased); in her eighty-eighth year. Deeply regretted. 
Otago Daily Times, Issue 13082, 19 September 1904, Page 4




Waikouaiti





Palmerston












below duplicate CDVs


 












photos linked to the cabinet card above.
from Bobb Craig


6 comments:

Bobb Craig said...

I have the following two pictures from my Great Grandmother's (Jane (Greig of Montrose, Scotland) Craig (her husband William L. (from Auchlee, Longside, Scotland) album. I do not know who they are and would certainty like to. They were taken by Albert Lawson at his Young Street and Roanldsay Street locations. I would like to send the pictures but don't see a way to do so.

Respectfully,

Bobb Craig

Early Canterbury Photography said...

hello, it's very unlikely that I would know who they are even if I saw the photos.

Bobb Craig said...

If you still have the contact information of the folks you bought them from, could you send it to me, or maybe ask them if they know where they got the photos?

Early Canterbury Photography said...

no

Maggie said...

The large photo of the couple taken with the woman standing and the man seated holding a stick is of my Great Grand parents, Catherine and John McDonald. They owned a general store in Palmerston, Otago.

Early Canterbury Photography said...

I would be interested to know why you think this is a photo of Catherine and John McDonald? There are photos online of Catherine and John McDonald of Palmerston but I can't see a strong likeness