Photograph, Jim Anderson of Freshford ; Burrell, Fred. W.; 1910-1920; WY.0000.45...

Name/Title

Photograph, Jim Anderson of Freshford

About this object

This is a photograph of a dapper looking Jim Anderson who farmed at Freshford.

Jim (James Wishart) was the second son of George and Margaret Anderson of Mokoreta. He fought in World War One and was at Gallipoli. When he enlisted, he was a shepherd at Mokoreta. He was invalided back to New Zealand in 1916.

Born in 1883, he married Ada Horrell Tremaine in 1923. Jim was 40 and Ada 28. The couple had no children. Jim died in 1970 and Ada in 1976.
A comment was added stating -
"I would like to update this to say that Ada and Jim had 5 daughters Mavis, Iris, Ada, Edna and Freda"

Place Made

Unknown

Maker

Burrell, Fred. W.

Maker Role

Photographer

Date Made

1910-1920

Inscription and Marks

On the front border of photo is the photographers mark:
'Fred. W. Burrell'
'PHOTOGRAPHER'
'INVERCARGILL'
On the lower right hand side on a yellow sticker:
'11'
On the reverse of photo written in pencil:
'Jim Anderson'
In centre back written in pencil:
'C. J. Coster'
Stuck on the back on white paper:
'Jim Anderson'
'Freshford'
'(farmer)'
Added in pencil on lower right:
'WY.0000.451

Measurements

h 210 mm x w 310 mm

Period

1910s

Object Type

photographs

Subject and Association Keywords

People and Families (including births, weddings, deaths)

Medium and Materials

organic, processed material, vegetal, paper, photographic paper
organic, processed material, vegetal, paper, card

Object number

WY.0000.451

Copyright Licence  

Attribution (cc) Attribution (cc)

Terry-Anne Richardson 28 Apr 2021 23:37 PM,UTC

I would like to update this to say that Ada and Jim had 5 daughters Mavis, Iris, Ada, Edna and Freda

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