THOMSON, James


James Thomson

66 Cathedral Square, Christchurch

Stone's Directory shows James Thomson at 66 Cathedral Square during the period 1928 to 1936. By 1939 he had been replaced at this address by Cornelius Mark Gregorius Von Berwald and F. E. McGregor. The studio was probably located in the Cathedral Chambers Building designed by W. B Armson. This was later the location of V. C. Browne's studio before the building was demolished about 1975.

Electoral Rolls
1928 Christchurch North
15476 - Thomson, James, 148 Aikman's Road, Christchurch, photographer
15472 - Thomson, Elsie, 148 Aikman's Road, Christchurch, married

1936 Christchurch North
10204 - Thomson, James, 148 Aikman's Road, Christchurch, photographer
10199 - Thomson, Elsie, 148 Aikman's Road, Christchurch, married




reverse inscription "Maggie Smart Johnson nee Manchlin" and framer's notes "10,418 Roberts reglaze Wed[nesday]" and "Roberts glass"
Maggie Smart Manchlin married 1885 Harry Melton Johnson, her daughter Annie Chettle Johnson married Edward Napier Roberts.
[purchased May 2022]



unknown children by James Thomson
[purchased May 2022]



Mairehau Cricket Club. 1st XI
Winners City and Suburban Competition - Season 1931-2
Matches played, 8. Won, 8

back row: G. King, K. Oakley, K. A. Barrie, L. Athfield, R.S. Brook.
Middle row: J. Paterson, W. G. Oakley, R. Lisle (Captain), W. S. Bampton, H. W. Allen.
Front: T. C. Gottermeyer (Scorer) (1), A. Kent.

(1) Trevor Charles Gottermeyer born 23 March 1919 - death registered 2002/6500 
 
 

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