Newham, Charles Frederick

Charles Frederick Newham
also see Newham and Brady

Charles Frederick Newham, born 21 June 1880, Christchurch, New Zealand son of Ann and   Enoch Newham, died 11 July 1960, Wanganui.  

State School Drawing Examinations.
The following is the continuation of the list of the Wellington district school passes in the recent annual first grade drawing examinations ...Geometry ... Thorndon [school] ... C. F. Newham (excellent] ...
Evening Post, Volume XLIV, Issue 102, 27 October 1892

The death of Mrs. Ann Newham, wife of Mr. Enoch Newham, took place at her residence, "Melville," Caroline street, on the 26th inst. Mrs. Newham was in her seventy-eighth year, and had left England with her husband in 1879, in the s.s. John Elder, arriving first at Melbourne and then coming on to Christchurch [1]. Mrs. Newham had lived in Wellington with her family for many years, and was highly esteemed for her kindly and amiable disposition, and greatly respected. Mr. Newham survives his wife, also one son, Mr. C. F. Newham, of Auckland, and two grandchildren. Much sympathy will be felt with them in their loss. The Rev. J. G. Chapman officiated at the graveside yesterday when the funeral took place.
Evening Post, Volume XCV, Issue 26, 30 January 1918 

[1] probably the Mr and Mrs Newham who arrived at Wellington on the s.s. Wakatipu from Sydney on 30 March 1879
New Zealand Times, Volume XXXIV, Issue 5617, 31 March 1879

JOY, William Langford

William Langford Joy

Born 11 November 1877, Canterbury, Kent, England, died 9 October 1964, Masterton

Unidentified soldier by William Langford Joy, Masterton

STEWART, Edward Roger

Edward Roger Stewart
Saunders Building, East Street,  Ashburton, 1932-1945 

Edward Roger Stewart born circa 1879 England, reg. Jan-Mar 1879 Stockton, vol. 10a page 62, son of James Stewart and Mary Findlay Roger, died 29 December 1958 Ashburton. The Timaru photographer John Roger Stewart was a brother.

Ashburton Guardian, Volume 52, Issue 100, 6 February 1932

Ashburton Guardian, Volume 65, Issue 216, 23 June 1945 

1881 Scotland Census
Name:     Mary Stewart
[Mary Roger]
Age:     35
Estimated birth year:     abt 1846
Relationship:     Daughter
Father's name:     Charles Roger
Mother's name:     Mary Roger
Gender:     Female
Where born:     Dundee, Forfarshire
Registration Number:     282/1
Registration district:     St Peter
Civil Parish:     St Peter
Town:     Dundee
County:     Angus
Address:     40 And 42 So Tay St.
ED:     1
Household schedule number: 48, Line: 12, Roll: cssct1881_80
Household Members:    
Name     Age
Charles Roger     65
Mary Roger     64
John Roger     24
Mary Stewart     35
James Stewart     7
John Stewart     5
Edward Stewart     2

STEWART, John Roger

John Roger Stewart

John Roger Stewart born 11 February 1876 Newcastle-on-Tyne, England, reg. Jan-Mar 1876 Gateshead, vol. 10a page 879, son of James Stewart and Mary Findlay Roger, died 31 May 1939 Timaru aged 63 years, reg. 1939/15726, buried 3 June 1939, Timaru Cemetery, General Section, row 43, plot 289, married 14 March 1908, New Plymouth, New Zealand, reg, 1908/502, Louise Gwillim [probably the same person as Louisa Gwillim born 10 June 1872, baptised 25 August 1872 St John, Hoxton, Hackney, London daughter of Thomas Gwillim (cheesemonger) and Frances Sharp, arrived Wellington, New Zealand 26 February 1906 on the R.M.S. "Corinthic" from London with her brother Thomas Ashdown Gwillim, her age is shown as 20 years, however she would then have been aged 33 years], died 16 November 1954 Timaru aged 81 years, reg. 1954/27221, cremated in Christchurch.

Two brothers, James Roger Stewart and Edward Roger Stewart also came to New Zealand. James Roger Stewart born 9 March 1874 Dundee, Scotland came to New Zealand about 1902 after serving in the Boer War of 1899-1902 with Robert's Horse. Later served as a Private during WWI with the Otago Infantry Regiment, D Company, 27th Reinforcements, number 53729. The other brother Edward Roger Stewart born circa 1879 England, was a photographer in Ashburton.

Hastings Standard, Volume XII, Issue 5966, 28 September 1908

Hastings Standard, Volume XII, Issue 5971, 3 October 1908


 Wanganui Herald, Volume XXXXIV, Issue 12855, 23 August 1909

Wanganui Herald, Volume XXXXIV, Issue 12885, 28 September 1909

Wanganui Herald, Volume XXXXV, Issue 12981, 24 January 1910
[this notice appeared in the Wanganui Herald from 14 January to 26 January 1910]

Wanganui Herald, Volume XXXXV, Issue 12985, 28 January 1910

 about 1916

a photograph by J. R. Stewart then at Trentham

Lorne Studio, 190 Lambton Quay

New Zealand Times, Volume XLIII, Issue 10095, 8 October 1918

Lorne Studio, The Arcade, Timaru

This studio open in Timaru in March 1920 and remained operating until at least 1957, possibly then managed or owned by his brother Edward Roger Stewart photographer in Ashburton.

Timaru Herald, Issue 170174, 13 March 1920

To-day Mr J. R. Stewart, photographer, opens the Lorne Studios, in premises formerly known as the Mahan Studio, in the Arcade, Timaru. Mr  Stewart comes from Wellington with twenty-seven years' experience in general photography, and portrait work in particular. The working apparatus is very complete, and enables Mr Stewart to execute very fine art portraiture and also complete panoramic work. The Lorne Studios are prepared to execute wedding groups, either at your residence or in the studio
Timaru Herald, Issue 170177, 16 March 1920


 by The Lorne Studio, Arcade, Timaru

"To Arthur from Doreen"