Bristow Mawley

Bristow Mawley
Eila Mary Bristow 
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.

Daphne Greenwood
[Daphne Patricia Greenwood]

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.

Unknown Photographer

Unknown Photographer

Anglican Church, Springfield

MacKAY, Ross

Ross MacKay
Photographer, Christchurch

Ross MacKay, 1951

Ross MacKay was a press photographer and specialised in horse racing photography. 

 Universal Business Directory 1967
Canterbury Business and Trade Directory

1960-1970s - Mackay D. Ross, 19 Roker Street, Spreydon 

An Euclid truck dumping rock during the construction of the Lyttelton Road Tunnel, 1962-1964,
by Ross MacKay

A horse racing photograph by Ross MacKay

A horse racing photograph by Ross MacKay

A horse racing photograph by Ross MacKay

MacKAY, Stan

Stan MacKay
“Star Sun” Newspaper Photographer

Stan MacKay 

The funeral of those who lost their lives in the Ballantyne's fire, 23 November 1947
photograph by Stan MacKay 

Tennant Album

The Photograph Album of
George Tennant

Presented to Mr George Tennant by the Members of Knox Church Choir as a token of respect and esteem for him as their Leader, Waimate June 25th 1880.

The Colonial Family Album

Unknown man
photographed by William Ferrier, Timaru

William Louden, his wife Elizabeth Paterson Cochrane and their children James Agnew Loudon, William Loudon and John Loudon, about 1884. William Louden died the following year on 22 July 1885 at Cowiche, Yakima County, Washington Territory, USA.
Photographed by Isaiah West Taber, Elevator, 8 Montgomery Street, San Francisco, USA.

Jean Hood Cochrane “Jane” and children.
 Photographed by Isaiah West Taber, Elevator, 8 Montgomery Street, San Francisco, USA.
 Jean Hood Cochrane “Jane” born 17 December 1851 Conon Carmyllie, Angus, Scotland, died 14 February 14, 1935, Yakima, WA, USA?, married 1874, John Bell.

a. Frederick Smith, Waimate b. Stuart, Glasgow 
 c. E. Wheeler, Christchurch d. Smith, Waimate

a. Ferrier and Rock, Oamaru b. Hay, Edinburgh
c. unknown photographer d. Alexander Nicol, Edinburgh

page 6 
a. Waimate Portrait Gallery, Waimate b. Ferrier and Rock, Oamaru
c. attributed to Davidson, Dundee d. Davidson, Dundee

page 7 
a. Waimate Portrait Gallery, Waimate b. Clifford and Morris, Dunedin
c. Waimate Portrait Gallery, Waimate d. Coxhead and Sargeant, Timaru

page 8 
a. Kyles, Portobello b. Kyles, Portobello
c. H. Coxhead, Dunedin d. Mayall, Brighton, London and Melbourne

page 9 
a. T. J. Bonne, Edinburgh b. W. K. Munro, Edinburgh
c. J. McGregor, Dunedin d. H. Coxhead, Dunedin

The family of James Paterson Cochrane
photographed by Morris, Dunedin

left to right – James Cochrane (1887-1961), David Cochrane (1889-1956), Mary Sophia Pollard (1859-1929), Isabella Cochrane (1892-1971), James Paterson Cochrane (1853-1904), John Cochrane (1885-1950) and Annie Cochrane (1886-1955)

from left - John Loudon, William Loudon, Guy Loudon and James Agnew Loudon
photographed by Ephrim J. Hamacher, North Yakima, Washington Territory, USA

Elizabeth Paterson Cochrane 
photographed by Ephrim J. Hamacher, North Yakima, Washington Territory, USA
Elizabeth Paterson Cochrane born 6 January 1858 Carmyllie, Angus, Scotland, died 24 May 1920 Vancouver, B.C. Canada, married 1stly 1878 Ashburton, New Zealand, William Louden, born 22 August 1850 Avondale, Lanarkshire, Scotland to John Loudon and Janet Templeton, died 22 July 1885 Cowiche, Yakima County, Washington Territory, USA, she married 2ndly Colin Carmichael, born 1858, died 23 March 1899, California, USA.

left -  John Loudon, front - James Agnew Loudon, back - William Loudon, right Guy Loudon
photographed by M. S. Eastman


page 14
a. London Portrait Rooms, Dunedin b. J. Davidson, Edinburgh
c. Coxhead and Sargeant, Timaru d. Frederick Smith, Waimate

page 15 
a. E. Wheeler, Christchurch b. Waimate Portrait Gallery, Waimate
c. photographer unknown d. Rutherford and Co., Dunedin


 page 16 
a. Charles Martin, Oamaru b. T. J. Bonne, Edinburgh
c. Metropolitan, Peebles d. Ramsay's American Portrait Gallery, Glasgow

page 18 
a. Rutherford and Co., Dunedin b. Smith, Waimate
c. R. Conquer, Edinburgh d. T. J. Bonne, Edinburgh

page 19
a. Frederick Smith, Waimate b. Morris, Dunedin
c. Rutherford and Co., Dunedin d. J. Gilchrist, Edinburgh 


photograph by William Ferrier, Timaru


  photograph by William Ferrier, Timaru

Unknown children 
photographed by William Ferrier, Timaru

"Tennant Boys"
probably John Smith Tennant, William George Tennant and Alexander Bruce Tennant
photographed by William Ferrier , Timaru

  John Cochrane
photographed by Eden George, Dunedin and Christchurch
born 1855 Scotland, accidentally killed 8 May 1901 at Waituna, buried Waimate.

photograph by E. E. James, North Yakima, Washington State, USA


page 26 
a. James Iles, Oamaru  b. Coxhead and Sargeant, Timaru
c. Rudolph Haigh, Timaru d. Clifford, Morris and Co., Dunedin

page 27 
a. Edinburgh Photographic Gallery, Edinburgh b. Turnbull and Sons, Glasgow
c. Frederick Smith, Waimate d. George Campbell, Edinburgh

page 28 
a. Frederick Smith, Waimate b. J. Bowman, Glasgow
c. G. and D. Hay, Edinburgh d. T. J. Bonne, Edinburgh

page 29 
a. J. Jamieson, Edinburgh  b. Ross and Pringle, Edinburgh
c. Turnbull and Sons, Glasgow d. Hay, Edinburgh

photograph by Edgar Augustus Corlett Jackson, Timaru about 1896-7


the reverse of a cabinet card by Frederick Smith

Unknown children 
photographed by Frederick Smith, Waimate

Unknown man
photographed by Adolf Gottlieb Fischer, Timaru


page 34 
a. G. and D. Hay, Edinburgh b. photographer unknown
c. E. Watson, Peebles d. P. De Loree, New Zealand

page 35 
a. William Birrell, Hamilton b. Walker, Peebles
c. J. Cumming, Edinburgh d. J. Cumming, Edinburgh

page 36 
a. William Towert, Edinburgh b. Eden George Co. Lt, Christchurch and Dunedin
c. James Bowman, Glasgow d. William Ferrier, Timaru

page 37 
a. Stuart, Helensburgh and Glasgow b. Wright, Glasgow
c. Turnbull and Son, Glasgow d.  James Iles, Oamaru

George Tennant
photographed by William Ferrier, Timaru

Annie Wallace Cochrane
born 1859 Scotland, died 5 or 6 February 1912
photographed by William Ferrier, Timaru

Unknown man
photographed by William Ferrier, Timaru

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