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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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HALE  George Willes   biography                          * St Leonard's Villa, opposite Trinity Church  EASTBOURNE  1862-1863
  Gowland's Library, Marine Parade  EASTBOURNE ( to GOWLAND 1865 )  1863  - 1864
HARMER, C. A. 47-49 South Street   EASTBOURNE  1909  - 1910
HARRIS, Hubert Claude 120 Terminus Road  EASTBOURNE  1901
HEARD John F 6 Canterbury Terrace, Whitley Road  1896 - 1898
HEROLD                                                                 * 26 Pevensey Road    ( to CLARK 1900 )  1896 - 1900
HICKS William   notes & examples                                            * 4 Cornfield Road 1864 - 1866
  5 Albert Place 1866 - 1870
                                                                                 * 18 Seaside Road 1870 -1871
  3 Terminus Road  ( to  VIELER 1882 ) 1874 - 1882
HOLDSTOCK William S  ( 78 / 79 Susans Road EASTBOURNE ) C1891
HOPPER & SPRY                                                  * 90 Seaside Road 1892 - 1893
     
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INCHBOLD, E. Stanley   notes 59d Tideswell Road 1910
ISARD Alfred John      notes & examples                                       * 46 Seaside Road                       examples 1887-1906
ISARD'S STUDIO  /  IZARD'S STUDIO        notes & example       * 46 Seaside Road   [ Proprietor : J. R. LIZARS (?) ]  notes & example  1906-1909
     

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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 ]

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