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Directory of Photographic Studios in Eastbourne 1858-1910

     

Name of Photographer or Studio

Business Address (or residence)

Dates

     
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DAY   Robert Morton [see MORTON- DAY]    
DOWNIE   David  C.                                             * 124 Terminus Road  EASTBOURNE 1878 - 1879
DUDMAN  Frank  EASTBOURNE  1879
DYNHAM  Mrs Emily 45 Gildredge Road  EASTBOURNE  [ from PARISIAN PHOTO CO. 1893 ] 1894 -1895
     
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EASTBOURNE  PHOTOGRAPHIC ESTABLISHMENT [ Henry A NIBLETT ] 42 Terminus Place EASTBOURNE   ( to G & R LAVIS 1866 ) 1865
EASTBOURNE SCHOOL OF PHOTOGRAPHY 45 Gildredge Road  EASTBOURNE    ( to R MORTON_DAY 1877 ) 1875
EDWARDS  John                                                           * 79 Ashford Road  EASTBOURNE c 1891
EVANOFF  Nicholas Constantine EASTBOURNE  1869 & 1873
     
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FLATMAN   John B. 40 Pevensey Road  EASTBOURNE 1893 - 1894
FOSTER  Arthur ( 61 Langney Road  EASTBOURNE  ) c1871
     
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GIBBS,  J & Son    ( Joseph GIBBS ) 53d Terminus Road  EASTBOURNE     [ G AUSTIN in 1904 ] 1907 - 1910+
GILL  Mrs M 128 Terminus Road  EASTBOURNE  1907 - 1909
GOWLAND  Thomas Stafford  biography                  * The Library,  16 & 17 Marine Road  EASTBOURNE 1865 - 1877

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[ABOVE] Three generations of an Eastbourne fishermen family photographed on Marine Parade around 1870. George Hide senior, on the left, sitting alongside his three sons and a grandson.

The Fishermen of Eastbourne  by Ted Hide

Ted Hide, the author of The Pleasure Boatmen of Eastbourne, has written a definitive history of the fishermen of Eastbourne, spanning  from the middle of the 18th century until the end of the 20th century. Drawing on a wide range of primary sources, including newspaper articles, watch committee minutes, census returns and other official records, Ted Hide, who is descended from a long line of Eastbourne fishermen, provides a highly detailed and knowledgeable account of the fishing community of Eastbourne. Packed with hundreds of illustrations, The Fishermen of Eastbourne is essential reading for anyone interested in Eastbourne and the fishing families that played such an important role in its history.

If you are interested in obtaining a copy of The Fishermen of Eastbourne by Ted Hide, please send an e-mail via the Sussex PhotoHistory website.  david@photohistory-sussex.co.uk

The Fishermen of Eastbourne by Ted Hide. 388 pages, hundreds of illustrations. Published by SB Publications (2009).  15.99 [ ISBN 978 185770 352 8 ]