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Photographers are listed alphabetically by surname on the following pages.

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Name:  GEE, Charles  Rowland  b: 1878 at Chatteris     d:
Address: East Park Street, Chatteris
Working Dates: 1915 - 1916
Subjects, styles, advertising, other relevant information: The photo below, from David Simkin's collection, in an oval embossed mount, is from Gee's period at Chatteris as can be seen from the detail of the mount "Chas R Gee, The Studio, Chatteris". David Simkin of http://photohistory-sussex.co.uk records that Charles Rowland Gee worked briefly with his sister Mrs Eliza Bristow in Worthing. He lived there in 1901 according to the 1901 Census, but had returned to his native Chatteris by 1916. http://photohistory-sussex.co.uk/WorthingPhtgrsBoBr.htm . Mrs Eliza Bristow, an experienced photographer, took over the running of the studio at 19 Chapel Road Worthing after her husband's death, but continued to trade in Worthing under the name "W. C. Bristow". At the time of her husband's death, Eliza Bristow was only 26 years of age, with two young children under the age of four. Eliza clearly needed assistance in the studio and she turned to her family for support. Before very long, the young widow was joined by her younger brother, Charles Rowland Gee. In 1911 Charles was living at Kingsland Road Broadwater Worthing with his wife Mary Ann Gee and he was employed as a photographer.

References: Mike Petty, The Photographers, (a handlist of local photographers), Cambridge, Cambridgeshire Collection, 1992.
Kelly's Directory 1916.
The Chatteris site for the Cambridgeshire Ccommunity Archive Network (CCAN) http://chatteris.ccan.co.uk/index.php has a portrait of Arthur Albert Beeby by CR Gee which they date as 1915.

Mounted portrait by C.R. Geedetail of portrait by Gee

Detail of mount - C.R.Gee

Name:  GEE, Eliza       b: 1870 Chatteris     d: 1935
Address: London Road Chatteris
Working Dates: 1891 Chatteris, later in Sussex
Subjects, styles, advertising, other relevant information: Eliza Gee was the daughter of missionary and minister Henry Gee b: 1841 Woburn Bedfordshire, and sister of Charles Rowland Gee above. In the 1891 census Eliza was living with her parents and siblings at London Road Chatteris, and her occupation was a photographer. Later that year Eliza moved to Sussex and married photographer Walter Charles Bristow. Bristow died at a relatively young age in 1896 and Eliza continued to run his Worthing studio after his death. For full details of Eliza's career in Sussex see David Simkin's site http://photohistory-sussex.co.uk/WorthingPhtgrsBoBr.htm

Name:  GEORGE, Margaret          b: 1899      d:1983
Address: Guyhirn
Working Dates: 1918-1950
Subjects, styles, advertising, other relevant information: An amateur photographer, daughter of the Vicar at Guyhirn. Margaret George was such a prolific photographer that she deserves inclusion on this site. She took over 10,000 photographs locally over 30 years.
References: Mike Petty, The Photographers, (a handlist of local photographers), Cambridge, Cambridgeshire Collection, 1992
Carling C and Human B “Fen Archive” Cambridge Darkroom, 1986
Mike Petty, An Eye on the Past, Cambridge Weekly News, 18/4/1991
Payne B "The Margaret George Collection, a list of negatives", 1996
The Cambridgeshire Collection has collection of Margaret George negatives deposited on loan LO8.2407

Name:  GERMAN, Percy  b: 1888 Ilfracombe, Devon      d:
Address: 1 Melbourne Place Cambridge
Working Dates: c.1911
Subjects, styles, advertising, other relevant information: In the 1911 Census Percy is shown as a boarder at a lodging house at 1 Melbourne Place Cambridge. His occupation is shown as a photographer working at an art studio. His employer is not currently known.
References: 1911 England Census.

Name:   GIBSON, Martin b:       d:
Address: 5 Orchard Estate, Lynn Rd, Ely
Working Dates: c.1995-1998
Subjects, styles, advertising, other relevant information: weddings, portraits, old photographs copied
References: Cambridge Yellow Pages  1995, 1997, 1998

Name:  GILL, Alex. T. , later Gill, Alex. T. Ltd  b:       d:
Address: 35 Queen Street, Peterborough, then from around 1964 at 38 Park Road, Peterborough
Working Dates: 1958 - 1980
Subjects, styles, advertising, other relevant information: Wedding photography and portraiture. See below 6 x 4.5in photograph of a 1950s audience of ladies, with rubber stamp on reverse. Next is a b and w group photograph, late 1950s, 5.5 x 3.5 inches in printed cream folded mount with text "Photograph by Alex. T. Gill, Peterborough". Below this are two back stamps from 6 x 4.5 b and w prints from the 1970s.
References: Kelly's Directory of Peterborough 1958, 1961, Peterborough Tel Directory 1964,Eastern Counties of England Trade Directory 1966/1967. D.A.Yales Directory of Huntingdon and Peterborough 1967/1968. Peterborough Yellow Pages 1971, 1974, 1977, 1980

Alex Gill photo 1950s

backstamp from Alex Gill print 1950s

Alex Gill group photo late 1950s

Cream fold over mount for Alex T Gill

Alex Gill back stamps 1970s

Name:   GILL PHOTOGRAPHIC
Address: 87 Wycliffe Grove, Werrington, Peterborough
Working Dates: c.1990
Subjects, styles, advertising, other relevant information:
References: Peterborough Yellow Pages 1990

Name: GIL(L)SON, Frederick Walter       b: 1878 Cheveley, Cambs      d: 1960
Address: Swaffham Prior, then High Street Burwell, Causeway Burwell in 1901 and 1912, Sunnyside Studio Burwell in 1910
Working Dates: 1900-1920s
Subjects, styles, advertising, other relevant information: postcard producer - views and local events. Frederick was the son of Swaffam Prior butcher Walter Gillson. In 1901 Gillson was a photographer living in the High Street, Burwell, with his wife Ada, his wife's mother Eliza Green, and his son, Frederick. In the 1911 Census Gillson was living with his wife Ada and children: Frederick, Alexander Underwood, Margaret Muriel May, and Albert Edward, at The Causeway, Burwell, Cambs and was described as a photographic artist. Many of Gilson's negatives are held at Suffolk County Record Office as Gillson later worked at Brooks Hall Road Ipswich, with a shop in Norwich Road Ipswich. Below is a print of a distant view of an unknown three storey house surrounded by trees, c.1900. The image is 9.5 x 7 cm on a buff coloured heavy card mount with embossed flowers and "With Best Wishes" in gilt lettering in the tower right hand corner. The mount has been trimmed and the photographers details lost from the face, but someone has written on the reverse in pencil "Photo by FW Gillson Swaffham Prior". Below this is another image of what might be the same house and same period, viewed through an avenue of trees, with snow on the ground. The image is 10 x 7.5 cm on an impressed buff heavy card mount. Again the mount has been trimmed losing the photographer's details from the face, but the reverse is annotated in pencil " "Photo by FW Gillson Swaffham Prior". Below this is a real photograph post card by Gillson depicting the interior of the Wesleyan Methodist Church in Wicken, Cambridgeshire. This was postally used in 1920 with a Soham postmark. Typical of Gillson is the handwritten caption in white capitals against a dark part of the image. The reverse has a divided postcard design and there is nothing on the reverse indicating the name of the photographer or publisher. Frederick Walter Gillson has one photograph registered t Stationers' Hall for copyright putrposes. It is a photograph of W Ambrose Esq, paying last toll, Burwell Nest Toll Bar, Cambridgeshire, December 1905. The Copyright owner of work: Frederick Walter Gillson, Sunnyside Studio, Burwell, Cambridgeshire. Copyright author of work: Frederick Walter Gillson, Sunnyside Studio, Burwell, Cambridgeshire. Form completed: 2 July 1910. TNA COPY 1/547/38
References: Mike Petty, The Photographers, (a handlist of local photographers), Cambridge, Cambridgeshire Collection, 1992
Kelly's Directory of Cambridgeshire, Norfolk and Suffolk, Kelly and Co London 1900-12. Kelly's Directory of Suffolk 1925
Mike Petty, An Eye on the Past, Cambridge Weekly News, 16/5/1991
Reeve, F.A., Victorian and Edwardian Cambridgeshire from old Photographs, Batsford 1976, Plate 22 – Trumpington c.1905
Michael Rouse, Cambridgeshire in Early Postcards, Oleander Press, 1978,
Michael Rouse, The Villages of Old Cambridgeshire A portrait in Photographs and Old Picture Postcards, SB Publications 1989, has eight examples of Gillson's work. More are to be found in Anthony Day, Fen and Marshland Villages. A Portrait in Old Photographs and Picture Postcards. SB Publications 1993 ISBN 1 85770 041 4.

Photo of house by Gillson

Detail of photograph of unknown house by FW Gillson

Snowscape by FW Gillson, Swaffham Prior

Writing on reverse of the above print by Gillson

RPPC by Gillson

Name:  GLENDENING, E
Address: Peterborough
Working Dates: c 1870s
Subjects, styles, advertising, other relevant information: See below for carte de visite of man in top hat and long coat with boy (father and son portrait?), plain white card mount square corners, back-stamped with oval rubber stamp "PHOTOGRAPHED BY E.GLENDENING PETERBORO". Note - until more information is found, there is a possibility that this stamp is for CLENDENING - i.e. surname commencing with "C"
References: No trace in local directories. No other records found. There was a Montague Glendening / Glendening Brothers operating at one point in nearby Bourn Lincs - not known if there is any connection.

Carte de visite by E GlendeningReverse of carte de visite by E.Glendening


Name:  GODDARDS PHOTOGRAPHERS LTD
Address: 97B Bridge Street, Peterborough Tel 67524
Working Dates: c 1960 -
Subjects, styles, advertising, other relevant information: Their entry in the Kelly's Directory of 1961 reads "We will photograph anything"
References: Kelly's Peterborough Standard Directory 1961

Name:  GODDEN, John Harvey  b:1881 Sudbury, Suffolk       d: 1941 Haverhill, Suffolk
Address: High Street, Sawston
Working Dates: 1901-1925
Subjects, styles, advertising, other relevant information: In 1901 John, aged 20, was living with his parents, an older brother, Frank, and younger sister, Alice M, in High Street Sawston Cambridgeshire. He was listed as a photographer, on his own account, working from home. By 1911 John had married Agnes Lilian b: 1882 Duxford Cambs and had a five year old son, Leslie. He was still a photographer, an employer, working on his own account, but at 52 High Street, Haverhill, Suffolk. Kelly's Directory entries for him at Sawston continued until 1925 - an error, or did he maintain studios at both locations? He remained at 52 High Street Haverhill until he died in 1941. The cabinet photograph below (author's collection) of a young girl in white dress, on dark grey mount has the text on the face "J.H.Godden Haverhill and Sawston" suggesting he did maintain a presence at both locations. The reverse of the mount is blank. Below this are two postcard backed portraits of an unknown mother and child by Godden. One is back-stamped with a circular rubber stamp "JH Godden photographer Haverhill" from the 1930s.
References: Mike Petty, The Photographers, (a handlist of local photographers), Cambridge, Cambridgeshire Collection, 1992
Kelly's Directory of Cambridgeshire 1904-1925

JH Godden Cabinet photograph

Two real photo postcards by Godden

Reverse of Godden postcards

Godden back-stamp

Name:   GOLDTOUCH WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY
Address: 31 Kerridge Close, Cambridge
Working Dates: c.2000
Subjects, styles, advertising, other relevant information: weddings
References: Cambridge Yellow Pages 2000

Name:  GOODE, John Thomas  b: 1864 Bluntisham  d:
Address: Bluntisham
Working Dates: 1890
Subjects, styles, advertising, other relevant information: The census returns only contain one likely candidate for this photographer, a John Thomas Goode, b: Bluntisham, son of David Goode b: 1832 at Bluntisham, a miller and farmer. In 1891 John Thomas Goode is shown as a 27 year old farmer's son living with his parents. By 1901 John was a fruit grower / farmer, living at Bluntisham with his wife Gertrude Hall Goode, b: 1872 at Wisbech. They had an eleven month old son Hardingham Rushbrook Goode. [This very unusual combination of christian names matches that of Wisbech photographer Hardingham Rushbrook Mehew - too much of a co-incidence for there to be no connection between the families]. In fact John Thomas Goode's wife, Gertrude Hall b: 1872, was the sister of Hardingham Rushbrook Mehew b: 1873. Both were the children of Bluntisham born James Mehew, a draper and silk merchant. In 1911 the Goode family were still in Bluntisham and John was a fruit grower. None of these census returns show this John Thomas Goode as a photographer, but this connection may in fact have been through his brother-in-law and his interest in photography might not have lasted beyond the single 1890 trade directory entry.
References:
Kelly's Directory of Huntingdonshire 1890

Name:  GOODENOUGH, Joshua  b:1849 March Cambs d:1931
Address: Somersham
Working Dates: 1890s
Subjects, styles, advertising, other relevant information: See below the reverse of a cabinet photograph by A Holdich who seems to have been Goodenough's successor. The mount is by Marion and Co in glossy ivory finish. The face of the mount has a narrow red border line with no text. The rear simply contains the text "J.Goodenough Photographer Somersham negatives kept copies can always be had No.... Marion & Co". According to the 1891 Census, Joshua Goodenough was a chemist and druggist in Main Street Somersham, where he lived with his family: wife Millicent b:1852 St Ives Hunts, daughters Florrie b:1879 Somersham and Ethel b:1891 Somersham. Joshua had trained as a chemist in Norwich, where he was a boarder in 1871. He had set up his business in Main Street Somersham by 1881. He continued in the same business and location in 1901 and 1911. In 1911 he had added mineral water manufacture to his business. There is no information as to when he also took up photography, or how long this interest persisted.
References: No trace yet found in local directories.

Reverse of J Goodenough cabinet photo mount

Name:  GOODRICH, Charles Edward b:1867 Bedford d: 19/1/1934
Address: Post Office Terrace, Cambridge
Working Dates: c. 1904-1934
Subjects, styles, advertising, other relevant information: Charles Goodrich was the son of a glass and china dealer and was born in Bedford. Later his father became a dairyman and milk seller. According to his obituary, Charles started his photographic career in Dublin. By the second quarter of 1889 he was in Bangor in Wales where he married Fannie Prestidge b:1867 Wolverhampton. Soon after he was married Charles moved to Cambridge, but no trace has been found of Charles or Fannie in the 1891 census. Charles worked as a photographer for J Palmer Clarke and by around 1895 he was managing J Palmer Clarke's Cambridge operation at Post Office Terrace Studio. In 1896 Frederick Sanderson joined him as a photographer with J Palmer Clarke. In the 1901 Census Charles was away from home staying at the Waverley Hotel Bloomsbury. J Palmer Clarke was with him, presumably attending some sort of photographic event.

At some point between 1901 and 1911 Goodrich and Sanderson bought the Post Office Terrace business but continued to trade as J Palmer Clarke, so their names do not appear in the trade directories. In the 1911 census Charles Goodrich and his wife Fannie were at Charles' parents house at 51 Wellington Street, Bedford. Goodrich assisted the Cambridge and District Photographic Society with competition judging in 1903 (Cambridge Daily News 17 Sept 1903 p3) and became a member of their Committee (Cambridge Independent Press 1 July 1904 p8). He was obviously a talented photographer as he had two photographs accepted for the Royal Photographic Society Exhibition in London (Cambridge Daily News 14 Oct 1903 p3). Goodrich specialised in portrait work, while Sanderson preferred architectural and commercial work. Charles devised some special kind of colouring process for prints which earned him some acclaim. Outside of his work he was a keen Liberal, enjoying fishing, bowls and was a member of the Cambridge Rotary Club.

Below is a portrait of CE Goodrich taken at Post Office Terrace c.1920 - this may have been a self portrait, or could have been taken by FH Sanderson - it is negative PCB446/39 in the Cambridgeshire Collection and is reproduced with their consent.

This link will take you to more on the Post Office Terrace Studio and on the surviving negatives from the studio.

References:
Mike Petty, The Photographers, (a handlist of local photographers), Cambridge, Cambridgeshire Collection, 1992
Petty MJ, The Cambridge Photographers at Post Office Terrace, Cambridge No 29, Winter 1991-2
Cambridge Daily News, 12/1/1927.
Maurice and Sheila Hornsey “Charles Goodrich, the standard of living of a portrait photographer in late Victorian Cambridge”. [Cambridge]: Maurice & Sheila Hornsey, 2005. 16p + illus - an interesting social study using surviving household accounts to reconstruct the life of this family.
Charles Goodrich's obituary is in Cambridge Independent Press 26/1/1934, p5
See also entries for J Palmer CLARKE and Frederick Herbert SANDERSON

Portrait of CE Goodrich

Name:   GOODWIN, F. W. (Possible Frederick William b:1861 Thorney d: 1935
Address: Wisbech Road, Thorney
Working Dates: c 1900?
Subjects, styles, advertising, other relevant information: The only evidence found to date relating to this photographer is the cabinet photograph below, a portrait of an unknown man with moustache and cap. This is difficult to date - and could be from 1890s -1910. The cabinet photograph below is a portrait of a man in a flat cap, printed on the reverse in dark blue. The mount is manufactured in Berlin for Jonathan Fallowfield, London. The text on the reverse indicated that Goodwin was a portrait and landscape photographer. There was a Frederick William Goodwin, b1861 at Thorney, living at Thorney during this period, he was the son of Frederick Goodwin, a local builder, and Frederick William was a builder's assistant in 1891, a carriage painter in 1901 and a builder in 1911. He lived at Abbey Place Thorney in 1891 and 1911 and High Street Thorney in 1901. Apart from the name, and village, nothing has yet been found to match Frederick William Goodwin with either Wisbech Road, or an interest in photography. He does not appear in local directories as a photographer. Details of the supplier of his mounts does not narrow the date of the photograph below. Jonathan Fallowfield, who provided Goodwin with his mounts, was a chemist and druggist in Lambeth in 1861 and became a photographic dealer operating there as such at least until the 1880s; he had premises at 146 Charing Cross Road by 1901 and new premises at 61-62 Newman Street in 1924. In 1888 Jonathan Fallowfield was advertising a 180 page catalogue of photographic apparatus and supplies, including mounts (London Evening Standard 2 Nov 1888 P1)
References:

Cabinet Photograph by FW GoodwinReverse of cabinet photograph by FW Goodwin


Name:  GOSHAWK, Alfred     b: 1831, Harrow Middlesex   d: 1911 Brentford

Address:
15 Pulling Terrace, Mill Road, Cambridge and at Station Road Chatteris..

Working Dates:
c.1864 - 66 Camberwell, 1871 at Harrow, then 1879 - 1881 Cambridge and Chatteris, later, by 1891, at Lambeth.

Subjects, styles, advertising, other relevant information:
Alfred Goshawk was the son of Edmund Goshawk, b:1798 at Elmham Norfolk. In 1851 Edmund was a hair dresser in High Street Harrow and Alfred was also a hair dresser, probably in his father's business. By 1861 Alfred was still in Harrow, where he was described as a "stationer and post-master".

Some time between 1861 and 1864 Alfred took up photography as a business. This transition may have proved financially difficult because in January 1864, when he was described as a "photographic artist" at 52 Church Street Camberwell, his creditors filed for Bankrupcy. Alfred managed to avoid financial disaster and in May 1864 the bankruptcy was annulled. It is likely that he remained at Camberwell at least from 1864-66 as two of his children (Walter J Goshawk and Anne Louise Goshawk) were born in Camberwell in those years. By 1871 Alfred was living at Anne's Place, Harrow, where his occupation was shown as "photographer". His wife, Mary Anne, née Barnes, b: 1828 Dulwich, was described as a "Photographer's wife", presumably assisting in his business. There are surviving cartes de visite from the Harrow business, with just the surname "Goshawk", but also with the initials "E" and "F", possibly Alfred's brothers, Frederick b:1835 at Harrow and Edwin b:1838 Harrow.

Something prompted Alfred to leave the London area and some time between 1871 and 1879, possibly towards the latter part of this period, he moved to Cambridge. The 1881 census shows him as a photographer at 15 Pulling Place, Mill Road, Cambridge and there is an entry to that effect in the local Spaldings Directory of Cambridge also in 1881. One of his daughters, Anne Louise Goshawk, b 1866 Camberwell, was working there as his assistant. Presumably at some point around his stay in Cambridge, Alfred either moved to or obtained a studio for occasional use at Station Road Chatteris. We know this because of the survival of the odd carte de visite bearing the Chatteris address shown below.

After 1881 Alfred moved back to London and by 1891 he was working as a photographer at 51 Sandmere Road, Lambeth - he was shown as working on his own account, neither employed, nor an employer. One of Alfred's sons, Walter J Goshawk, b: 1864 Camberwell, living with him at the same address in 1891, was also employed as a photographer, but not presumably employed by Alfred. Below is an example of the work of W Goshawk - a portrait of Frederick Phillips, draper's clerk, b: 1859, and his family from around 1902 when W Goshawk was operating on his own account from Peterborough Road, Harrow on the Hill. In 1901 Alfred and his wife and two of their children were still resident at 51 Sandmere Road, Alfred had no occupation recorded, presumably having retired. The household had a young lodger, a tailor's cutter, Charles Balls, b: 1879 Camberwell, which supplemented the family income. In 1911, Alfred was living at 43 Egerton Garden, W. Ealing, with his son Charles, both being looked after by his daughter Annie Louise.

See below a touching cabinet photograph of the headstone of a young boy, Frederick Albert Goatcher, aged 3 years and 11 months in 1879, which is likely to be the year the photograph was taken. The reverse is stamped "A Goshawk, Mill Road, Cambridge". (Simon Shirley Collection.). Below this is a carte de visite oval masked portrait of an unknown woman from the 1870s - red line round the face of the mount and reverse has similar simple rubber stamp with the photographer's name and address - Simpson Family Archive. Also shown below are the designs from the reverse of two other Goshawk cartes de visite.

“Watchman”, in a column entitled “The Passing Hours” in the Cambridge Independent Press, 10th September 1943,( P8) wrote: “Many old inhabitants of Cambridge will no doubt remember a small tintype studio in Mill Road about 1880 where people queued up to be photographed on a piece of tin about the size of a postage stamp, for the small sum of sixpence. These were really very good and passably permanent, the writer now having several of them." It is not entirely clear to which Mill Road Photographer this referred, but Goshawk most closely fits the date quoted. A number of tintypes are illustrated below from the author's collection - none of these have any photographer's details recorded on them - but they illustrate the type of inexpensive portrait involved. The mounted ones are on cards 2.75 x 1.75 inches, the unmounted example is 2.8 x 1.8 inches.

References: Mike Petty, The Photographers, (a handlist of local photographers), Cambridge, Cambridgeshire Collection, 1992
Spaldings Directory 1881,
England Census 1861, 1871, 1881, 1891, 1901 and 1911
London Gazette 22 Jan 1864 p 349 and 27/5/1864 p 2797

 

Photograph of headstone by GoshawkReverse of Goshawk cabinet photograph

Carte de visite, Alfred Goshawk, c.1879, Mill Road Cambridge address

Goshawk carte de visiteReverse of Goshawk carte de visite

Carte de visite by Goshawk, Mill Rd Cambridge 1870s

Backstamp, Goshawk carte de visite     Goshawk Harrow backstamp

Two backstamps from Alfred Goshawk Cartes de visite, Chatteris and Harrow studios

Example unattributable tintype portraits

Example tintype portraits from the 1880s by unknown photographers

Family portrait c.1902 by W Goshawk 5.5 in x 4 in on cream card mount, print detail from the mount is above

detail of mount from 1902 portrait by W Goshawk
Family portrait c.1902 by W Goshawk 5.5 in x 4 in on cream card mount, print detail from the mount is above.


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