Ellerbeck, Lawrence Anderson



Lawrence Anderson Ellerbeck
succeeded John Robb in 1902


Kuaotunu
Mr L. A. Ellerbeck has opened a photographic gallery, and his view of different mines and also photographs and groups are considered to be par excellence. He is meeting with a fair share of custom, and is likely to make this his abode. He expresses himself astonished at the beautiful scenery so far neglected.
Auckland Star, Volume XXVII, Issue 171, 22 July 1896, Page 2

Mr L. A. Ellerbeck, assistant at Mr J. Innes's studio, returned [to Gisborne] from Auckland yesterday, in which city he was temporarily in charge of Sarony's Studio during the absence of the manager.

Poverty Bay Herald, Volume XXIX, Issue 9345, 9 January 1902, Page 2



Poverty Bay Herald, Volume XXIX, Issue 9470, 7 July 1902, Page 2


Poverty Bay Herald, Volume XXXV, Issue 11203, 17 February 1908, Page 4


Poverty Bay Herald, Volume XXXV, Issue 11471, 31 December 1908, Page 4

Lawrence John Ellerbeck "Laurie" 
son of Lawrence Anderson Ellerbeck and Margaret Mary Power
died in 1925 aged 9 years


Margaret Mary Ellerbeck "Mary" nee Power and Lawrence John Ellerbeck "Laurie"


Rubena Peace Third
born 1922 - died 1928 aged 6 years
daughter of Douglas Third and Rubina Peace Crowle.










Margaret Mary Ellerbeck nee Power


above "Aunty Mary nee Power married Oscar Williams, Gay Clarkes parents - Gay Clarke is Lisberth [Lisbeth?] mother."

Elizabeth Mary Power was born about 1884 the daughter of Elizabeth Mary Noonan and Brockholst Livingstone Power. Her sister Margaret Mary Power was married to the photographer Lawrence Anderson Ellerbeck. Elizabeth Mary Power married Francis Eldon Williams not Oscar Williams as shown on the reverse of this photograph in 1911 (registered 1911/2662). She died about 1969 (registered 1969/43252) aged 85 years. Her daughter Constance Gay Williams who was born 18 March 1912 (registered 1912/5309) married Robert Richardson Clarke and died in 1977 (registered 1977/51088).


above - an unidentified lady

1 comment:

dawn-in-nz said...

I have a post card photo with 'Ellerbeck Studio, Gisborne' on the back so when I googled Ellerbeck this was the first in the list that popped up. There's no date on the postcard so this has been helpful in determining about when the photo was taken, thank you. Very nice photos & article too.