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William Walter Winter of Derby
Biographical Notes - Card Types - Portfolio - Dating Study - References - Acknowledgements

An extensive portfolio of portraits by this studio is presented below. There are a large number images which may take a while to download. A detailed analysis of card mount types used by this studio is shown on the previous page, and an analysis of negative numbers used by the studio on the next page.

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Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Subject: Reverend Roseingrave Macklin (c1791-1865), full length standing portrait with trophy or urn on plinth.
ID #: wwwinter77
Source: © & courtesy of Derby Local Studies Library
Photographer: W.W. Winter (late M. Charles) of 2 Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite
Card Design: Type I - Large Coat of Arms, red ink on white card
Date: Undated, taken c.1864-1865
Description: Square corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "Rev. R. Macklin."
Notes: Revd. Roseingrave Macklin was first vicar of Christ Church, Derby. According to his obituary in The Derby Mercury (dated 22 Nov 1865), he "took holy orders in Ireland, and held for many years a living in the county of Wicklow. He commenced his ministerial career in Derby in 1835, as curate of St. Werburgh's, under the late Rev. E. Unwin ... his appointment, in 1841, to the incumbency of Christ Church, in the same parish. This living he held for twenty years, resigning it, from failing health, in the year 1862." This portrait must have been taken between the time of Charles' death on 29 March 1863 and Macklin's death in November 1865. Another portrait of Rev. Macklin is included in James Brennen's profile.

Image © & collection of Ron Cosens Image © & collection of Ron Cosens Subject: Unidentified teenage boy, full length standing portrait with mortar board hat, writing desk, book and cat
ID #: wwwinter61
Source: © & courtesy of Ron Cosens
Photographer: W.W. Winter (late E.N. Charles) of 2 Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite
Card Design: Type II - Cherubs, Camera & Oak Leaves, brown ink on white card
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1865-1868
Description: Square corners.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Ron Cosens Image © & collection of Ron Cosens Subject: Unidentified elderly man, vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter62
Source: © & courtesy of Ron Cosens
Photographer: W.W. Winter (late E.N. Charles) of 2 Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite
Card Design: Type III - Small Coat of Arms in ornate frame, black and blue ink on white card
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1867-1872
Description: Square corners.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Ron Cosens Image © & collection of Ron Cosens Subject: Unidentified elderly woman, three-quarter length seated portrait with table & flowers
ID #: wwwinter63
Source: © & courtesy of Ron Cosens
Photographer: W.W. Winter (late E.N. Charles) of 2 Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite
Card Design: Type IV - Small Coat of Arms, red ink on white card
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1869-1873
Description: Square corners.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Frances Castle Image © & Courtesy of the Derby Local Studies Library Subject: William Bakewell Sherwin (1811-1898), vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter121/122/123
Source: © & courtesy of Frances Castle
Photographer: W.W. Winter
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Unknown Card Type
Card Design: Unknown Card Design
Date: Taken 1872, but print could be later
Description: Square corners.
Notes: William Bakewell Sherwin was a chemist, druggist and town councillor. The image in the locket shown here was clearly taken from a photograph taken by WW Winter in 1872, as shown in the cabinet card of W.B. Sherwin from the Derby Local Studies Library.

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Unidentified man, seated three-quarter length portrait
ID #: wwwinter80
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, Mount 63.5 x 104.5 mm Photo 56.5 x 96 mm
Card Design: Type V - Shop Front, brown ink on white card
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1872-1876
Description: Rounded corners.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Ron Cosens Image © & collection of Ron Cosens Subject: Unidentified young man, vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter64
Source: © & courtesy of Ron Cosens
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite
Card Design: Type V - Shop Front, maroon ink on pale pink card
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1874-1877
Description: Rounded corners.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Samantha Smith Image © & collection of Samantha Smith Subject: Unidentified young woman, three-quarter standing length portrait with chair
ID #: wwwinter_unk10
Source: © & courtesy of Samantha Smith
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. 2497 (scratched on negative, first digit difficult to decipher, possibly 12497)
Image © & collection of Samantha Smith
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite
Card Design: Type VI - Diagonal signature, black ink on brown card
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1874-1877
Description: Rounded corners. Remains of white tissue protector on reverse.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Kevin Rhodes Image © & collection of Kevin Rhodes Subject: Unidentified young woman, three-quarter standing length portrait with chair
ID #: wwwinter49r
Source: © & courtesy of Kevin Rhodes
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, 38 x 42 mm (trimmed on all four sides)
Card Design: Type VI - Diagonal signature, purple ink on buff (dirty white?) card
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1874-1877
Description:
Notes:

Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Subject: Martha Hudson née Morley (b. 1838), three-quarter standing length portrait with chair
ID #: wwwinter93
Source: © & courtesy of Derby Local Studies Library
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite
Card Design: Type VI - Diagonal signature, purple ink on buff/white card
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1874-1877
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "Martha Hudson."
Notes: Martha Morley was born at Littleover near Derby in 1838, daughter of a cattle dealer, Thomas Morley, and his wife Ann. Martha left home in her late teens, after her mother died and her father remarried. She worked as a dressmaker and lived at 113 Whitecross Street, St Alkmund parish. In 1874 she married Francis Hudson (1832-1911), a commercial clerk, and had a daughter Margaret Ann in late 1877 or early 1888. They lived at 45 Kedleston Street, St Werburgh's parish. It seems likely that this portrait was taken on or soon after the occasion of her marriage in the first quarter of 1874.

Image © & collection of Samantha Smith Image © & collection of Samantha Smith Subject: Unidentified woman, three-quarter standing length portrait with bustle, curtain & book
ID #: wwwinter_unk11
Source: © & courtesy of Samantha Smith
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite
Card Design: Type VI - Diagonal signature, purple ink on white card
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1874-1877
Description: Rounded corners.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Unidentified young man, head-and-shoulders vignetted portrait in oval cameo frame
ID #: wwwinter52
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, Mount 63 x 105.5 mm Photo 57 x 95.5 mm Oval frame 54 x 79 mm
Card Design: Type VI - Diagonal signature, purple ink on pale pink card
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1874-1877
Description: Rounded corners.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Unidentified woman in hat, head-and-shoulders cameo portrait in oval frame
ID #: wwwinter57
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, Mount 63.5 x 105 mm Photo 59.5 x 97.5 mm
Card Design: Type VI - Diagonal signature, purple ink on white card
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1874-1877
Description: Rounded corners.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Roger Vaughan Image © & collection of Roger Vaughan Subject: Unidentified child, full-length seated portrait on a chair
ID #: wwwinter_1880a
Source: © & courtesy of Roger Vaughan
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, Mount 64 x 106 mm
Card Design: Type VI - Diagonal signature, purple ink on white card
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1874-1877
Description: Rounded corners.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Free Library, Derby, Gift of M.T. Bass, Esq., M.P., June 1879
ID #: wwwinter118
Source: © & collection of Brett Payne
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, Mount 63 x 104.5 mm Photo 57.5 x 91 mm
Card Design: Type VI - Diagonal signature, purple ink on pale pink (white on front) card
Date: Dated June 1879, presumably this is the date the photo was taken
Description: Rounded corners.
Notes: The Free Library, situated in The Wardwick and mostly funded by Member of Parliament for Derby, Michael Thomas Bass (1799-1884), was opened on 28 June 1879.

Image © & collection of Ken Williams Image © & collection of Ken Williams Subject: Unidentified young man, three-quarter length seated portrait
ID #: wwwinter60
Source: © & courtesy of Ken Williams
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. 11991 (scratched on negative)
Image © & collection of Ken Williams
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite
Card Design: Type VII - Diagonal Signature, maroon ink on yellow card
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1877-1879
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "1870-??."
Notes: Although inscribed 1870, this is very unlikely to be the date it was taken.

Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Subject: Unidentified older woman, three-quarter length seated portrait
ID #: wwwinter127
Source: © & courtesy of Nigel Aspdin (Hewitt Album 1)
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. 12069 (scratched on negative)
Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, Mount 62.5 x 106 mm Photo 57 x 97 mm
Card Design: Type VI - Diagonal Signature, maroon ink on yellow card
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1877-1879
Description: Rounded corners.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Subject: Rev. Canon E.H. Abney (1811-1892), Vicar of St Alkmund, possibly Rev. Herbert Henry Skrine and Rev. Charles Dunkley (1847-1927), Curates of St Alkmund, full length seated & standing portrait
ID #: wwwinter113
Source: © & courtesy of Derby Local Studies Library
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card
Card Design: Type VII - Diagonal Signature, maroon ink on yellow card
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1877-1879
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on both the front and reverse, "Rev. Canon E.H. Abney, Vicar; Rev. -, Curate; Rev. J. Dunkley, Curate; all of St Alkmunds Derby."
Notes: Rev. Edward Henry Abney is depicted in other portraits on this page (see images #wwwinter98 & #wwwinter100). The clergyman seated at the right is Rev. Charles Dunkley, who was curate at St Alkmund's between 1878 and 1881. The 1881 Census shows the other curate of St Alkmund's as Rev. Herbert Henry Skrine, and it is possible that the man standing in this portrait, taken two to four years earlier, is Rev. Skrine.
Charles Dunkley was born in 1847 at St Giles Parish, Northampton. His father, also Charles Dunkley, was a butcher. He attended a private school in Claybrooke, Leicestershire, and in his early twenties was a draper's assistant. He married Anne Holding at Northampton in 1871, and subsequently entered the clergy, becoming Curate of St Alkmund's, Derby by 1881. They moved to Wolverhampton between then and 1884, where he became Vicar of St Mary's, serving in that position until 1907. From then until his death in 1927 he was Vicar of Brewood. He and Anne had five children.

Herbert Henry Skrine was born at Charlton, Wiltshire in 1852, one of seven children of the Perpetual Curate of St James' (Stubbings) Wadham Huntley Skrine (1818-1905) and his wife Clara Mary Anne Mills (c.1819-1905). In his late teens he worked in Twickenham as a ship broker's clerk, but by 1881 had become a clergyman. A year later he married Evelyn Lushington at Derby, before moving to Pershore (Worcs.) where their only daughter Esther was born in 1887. In 1891 he was Vicar of Greenham (Berkshire), and in 1900, he was created fourth Vicar of St James' Stubbings, which position he kept until his resignation in 1919.


Image © & collection of Samantha Smith Image © & collection of Samantha Smith Subject: Unidentified young couple, three-quarter length standing/seated portrait
ID #: wwwinter_unk9
Source: © & courtesy of Samantha Smith
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. 16372 (scratched on negative)
Image © & collection of Samantha Smith
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite
Card Design: Type VII - Diagonal Signature, purple ink on pale yellow card
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1877-1879
Description: Rounded corners. Remains of pink tissue protector on reverse.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Prue McKay & The Rootschat Collection of Victorian & Edwardian Photography Image © & collection of Prue McKay & The Rootschat Collection of Victorian & Edwardian Photography Subject: Unidentified woman, three-quarter length seated portrait
ID #: wwwinter59
Source: © & courtesy of Prue McKay & The Rootschat Collection of Victorian & Edwardian Photography
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, Mount 62 x 105 mm
Card Design: Type VIII - Diagonal Signature, purple ink on white card with thick red border on front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1878-1880
Description: Rounded corners. Card mount by Marion Imp. Paris
Notes:

Image © & collection of Cynthia Maddock Image © & collection of Cynthia Maddock Subject: Unidentified elderly woman, three-quarter length seated portrait with book
ID #: wwwinter46
Source: © & courtesy of Cynthia Maddock
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. 19186 (scratched on negative)
Image © & collection of Cynthia Maddock
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite
Card Design: Type VII - Diagonal Signature, purple ink on pale yellow card
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1878-1880
Description: Rounded corners. "Permanent carbonotype." Remains of pink tissue protector on reverse.
Notes: Nothing further is known about the "Permanent Carbonotype" process used, which resulted in a particularly bright, clear image with good mid-range tones. It is interesting to note this chair was used for some years, and is seen again in #wwwinter_unk23 (negative number 28282).

Image © & collection of Ron Cosens Image © & collection of Ron Cosens Subject: Unidentified man with beard, half length seated portrait
ID #: wwwinter68
Source: © & courtesy of Ron Cosens
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite
Card Design: Type VII - Diagonal Signature, purple ink on pale yellow card
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1878-1880
Description: Rounded corners. "Permanent carbonotype." Remains of pink tissue protector on reverse.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Robert Silverwood Image © & collection of Robert Silverwood Subject: Jonathan Fletcher (1820-1880) of Pentrich, vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter_unk3
Source: © & courtesy of Robert Silverwood
Photographer: Unknown, Copied by W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, Mount 64 x 106 mm
Card Design: Type VII - Diagonal Signature, purple ink on yellow card
Date: Undated, probably originally taken in the early 1870s, and copied c. 1880 from a print
Description: Rounded corners. Remains of dark pink tissue protector on reverse.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Samantha Smith Image © & collection of Samantha Smith Subject: Unidentified woman, full length standing portrait with "wooden fence"
ID #: wwwinter_unk8
Source: © & courtesy of Samantha Smith
Photographer: Unknown, Copied by W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. 20604 (12B)
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite
Card Design: Type VII - Diagonal Signature, purple ink on yellow card
Date: Undated, probably proginally taken c.1868-1870 and copied c.1880 from a print
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "20604-12B." Remains of pink tissue protector on reverse.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Jo Bevan Image © & collection of Jo Bevan Subject: Probably Thomas Gallimore (1820-1874) of Ashbourne, full length standing portrait with sack
ID #: wwwinter69
Source: © & courtesy of Jo Bevan
Photographer: Unknown, Copied by W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite
Card Design: Type VII - Diagonal Signature, purple ink on pale yellow card
Date: Undated, probably proginally taken c.1860-1864 and copied c.1880 from a print
Description: Rounded corners.
Notes: This photo was in a small collection probably acquired in Ashbourne, Derbyshire, and including several CDVs by early Ashbourne photographers (George Edgar, Robert Bull & Louis B. Twells). The inscription on the sack clearly reads "Gallimore, Ashbourne," and refers to Thomas Gallimore (1820-1874), a maltster, brewer and publican, proprietor of the Old Red Lion Inn in the Market Place. At the time of the 1861 Census, photographer George Edgar was lodging next door to Gallimore at the Red Lion. It seems likely that he may have been the original portraitist, and that the subject was Thomas Gallimore himself, holding a sack of barley or hops.

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Unidentified man with moustache and sideburns, vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait in cameo oval frame
ID #: wwwinter30
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, Mount 62.5 x 105 mm Photo 59 x 91.5 mm Oval frame 55.5 x 77.5 mm
Card Design: Type VII - Diagonal Signature, purple ink on pale yellow card
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1878-1882
Description: Rounded corners. Remains of pink tissue protector on reverse.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Subject: Rev. Thomas Gascoigne (1814-1883), head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter95
Source: © & courtesy of Derby Local Studies Library
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite
Card Design: Type VII - Diagonal Signature, purple ink on pale yellow card
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1878-1882
Description: All four margins trimmed. Inscribed on the reverse, "Rev. T. Gascoigne."
Notes: Thomas Gascoigne was born in 1814 at Hemsworth near Wakefield, Yorkshire, son of Thomas and Mary Gascoigne. He was admitted to St Catherine's College, Cambridge in 1840, ordained as a deacon at Lincoln in 1844 and as a priest in 1845. He was curate of Carlton (Lincs.) from 1844 to 1846. Thomas married Charlotte Ellis at Goole in 1846, and served first as Assistant Master at Derby Grammar School and then as Master of a boarding school in Spondon. He lectured at St Peter's Nottingham until 1859, and then served as Vicar of Weybread, Suffolk until about 1870. It appears that the family then returned to Spondon where he farmed for a few years. By 1881, however, they had moved again to Clifton, Gloucestershire. He died there in 1883. (See also portrait by Brennen)

Image © & collection of David Simkin Image © & collection of David Simkin Subject: Unidentified young man with sideburns, full length standing portrait with sideboard, chair and bowler hat
ID #: wwwinter_1884c
Source: © & courtesy of David Simkin
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. 21677 (Scratched on negative)
Image © & collection of David Simkin
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite
Card Design: Type VII - Diagonal Signature, purple ink on pale yellow card
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1878-1882
Description: Rounded corners.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Subject: Thomas William Evans (1821-1892), head-and-shoulders portrait in oval cameo frame
ID #: wwwinter104
Source: © & courtesy of Derby Local Studies Library
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card
Card Design: Type VII Permanent Carbonotype - Diagonal Signature, purple ink on buff card
Date: Dated 1881
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "Evans, T.W. Esq., M.P." aption on the front reads, "T.W. Evans, Esq., M.P., President of the Children's Hospital. This Portrait was presented by Abraham Woodiwiss, Esq. Mayor of Derby, in Commemmoration of the Swiss Village Bazaar, held April 21st, 22nd, & 23rd, 1887."
Notes: Thomas William Evans was born at Westminster, London and baptised at Allestree, Derbyshire on 15 December 1821. He was a son of William Evans (1788-1856) M.P. and High Sheriff of Derbyshire, and Mary Gisborne (1786). On 21 May 1846 Thomas married his cousin Mary Gisborne (1823-1889) in the Chapel of the Palace, Corfu. Thomas W. Evans became a Justice of the Peace and Member of Parliament for South Derbyshire, and in 1887 was created a baronet, after which he was known as Sir William Evans. He and his wife had no children, and upon his death in 1892, Allestree Hall was inherited by his cousin William Gisborne (1825-1898), formerly a public servant in New Zealand.

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Unidentified man with chin beard, head-and-shoulders portrait in oval cameo frame
ID #: wwwinter31
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, Mount 63 x 104.5 mm Photo 60 x 89.5 mm Oval frame 53.5 x 76.5 mm
Card Design: Type VII - Diagonal Signature, purple ink on pink card with gilded edge
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1878-1882
Description: Rounded corners.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Subject: Lizzie Gascoyne, vignetted three-quarter length seated portrait
ID #: wwwinter96
Source: © & courtesy of Derby Local Studies Library
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite
Card Design: Type VII - Diagonal Signature, purple ink on pink card with gilded edge
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1878-1882
Description: Rounded corners.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Unidentified young man, vignetted three-quarter-length standing portrait with plinth, wall and bowler hat
ID #: wwwinter71
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card, Mount 108.5 x 167.5 mm Photo 103.5 x 147 mm
Card Design: Type VII - Diagonal Signature, purple ink on pink card with gilded edge
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1878-1882
Description: Rounded corners. Remains of red tissue protector on reverse.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Ron Cosens Image © & collection of Ron Cosens Subject: Unidentified woman, head-and-shoulders portrait with hat
ID #: wwwinter19
Source: © & courtesy of Ron Cosens
Photographer: Winter of Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Gem Tintype on carte de visite mount, Mount 64 x 104 mm Photo Inset 16 x 20 mm
Card Design: Type IX - Gem Tintype, gold ink on pale blue card
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1880-1882
Description: Square corners.
Notes: A tin type (see images below) by Thomas Taylor of Halifax & Bradford uses a mount with an identical design. He was at both of these addresses probably only in 1881, suggesting a similar date for the Winter tintype.

Image © & collection of Ron Cosens Image © & collection of Ron Cosens

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Unidentified woman, vignetted three-quarter length standing portrait with sideboard and plant
ID #: wwwinter33
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. 23143 (Scratched on negative)
Image © & collection of Brett Payne
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, Mount 64 x 104 mm Photo 60 x 91.5 mm
Card Design: Type XI - Diagonal Signature, purple ink on pink card with gilded edge
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1880-1883
Description: Rounded corners.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Robert Silverwood Image © & collection of Robert Silverwood Subject: Unidentified man, three-quarter length standing portrait with sideboard and book
ID #: wwwinter147
Source: © & courtesy of Robert Silverwood
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. 27703 (Scratched on negative & written on reverse)
Image © & collection of Robert Silverwood
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite
Card Design: Type XVI - Three Medals, red-brown ink on white card
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1880-1883
Description: Rounded corners.
Notes: The same sideboard featured in an earlier, very similar portrait of a young man by Winter (see #wwwinter_1884c, neg. no. 21677 above). The card mount is of a style used two or three years later than the date which the negative number suggests the portrait was taken. It is possible that this photograph was a reprint made in about 1885-1886 of a negative produced in about 1880-1883.

Image © & collection of Sally Betts Image © & collection of Sally Betts Subject: Unidentified elderly woman, three-quarter length seated portrait
ID #: wwwinter_unk23
Source: © & courtesy of Sally Betts
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. 28282 (6Bd)
Image © & collection of Sally Betts
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card
Card Design: Type VII - Diagonal Signature, purple ink on buff/dirty white card
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1880-1883
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "? Catherine Hawksworth (Frost)" and "28282 6Bd." Remains of pink tissue protector on reverse.
Notes: It is possible that this is Catharine Hawksworth (c1812-1885) of Ashbourne, who died in 1885 aged 73, and would have been in her late 60s when this portrait was taken.

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Unidentified young man, three-quarter length seated portrait with bowler hat
ID #: wwwinter08
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. 28893 (3B)
Image © & collection of Brett Payne
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite
Card Design: Type X - Diagonal Signature, purple ink on pink card with gilded edge
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1879-1882
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "28893 3B." Remains of buff tissue protector on reverse.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Unidentified elderly man with beard, three-quarter length seated portrait
ID #: wwwinter119
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, Mount 63 x 103.5 mm Photo 58.5 x 92 mm
Card Design: Type X - Diagonal Signature, purple ink on pale pink card with gilded edge
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1879-1882
Description: Rounded corners. Remains of dark pink tissue protector on reverse.
Notes: Probably husband of #wwwinter120 below.

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Unidentified elderly woman with hat, three-quarter length seated portrait with book
ID #: wwwinter120
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, Mount 63 x 103.5 mm Photo 55.5 x 95 mm
Card Design: Type X - Diagonal Signature, purple ink on pale pink card with gilded edge
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1879-1882
Description: Rounded corners. Remains of dark pink tissue protector on reverse.
Notes: Probably wife of #wwwinter119 above.

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Unidentified young child, full length seated portrait on sheepskin rug, in oval cameo frame
ID #: wwwinter32
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. 30711
Image © & collection of Brett Payne
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, Mount 63 x 103.5 mm Photo 61 x 91 mm Oval frame 54 x 76.5 mm
Card Design: Type X - Diagonal Signature, purple ink on pale pink card with gilded edge
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1879-1882
Description: Rounded corners. Remains of dark pink tissue protector on reverse.
Notes: Purchased in same collection as wwwinter34 below, and therefore probably members of the same family.

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Unidentified teenage girl, three-quarter length standing portrait with chair
ID #: wwwinter34
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. 30712
Image © & collection of Brett Payne
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, Mount 63 x 103.5 mm Photo 61 x 91 mm
Card Design: Type XI - Diagonal Signature, purple ink on pale pink card with gilded edge
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1880-1883
Description: Rounded corners. Remains of dark pink tissue protector on reverse.
Notes: Purchased in same collection as wwwinter32 above, and therefore probably members of the same family.

Image © & collection of Henry Griffiths Image © & collection of Henry Griffiths Subject: Unidentified young woman, possibly Eveline Fearns (1859-1908), three-quarter length seated portrait with chair & basket of flowers
ID #: wwwinter_unk24
Source: © & courtesy of Henry Griffiths
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. 30842
Image © & collection of Henry Griffiths
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite
Card Design: Type XI - Diagonal Signature, purple ink on buff card
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1880-1883
Description: Rounded corners.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Robert Silverwood Image © & collection of Robert Silverwood Subject: Possibly Alice Fletcher neé Bowmer with a granddaughter, full length standing/seated portrait
ID #: wwwinter_unk5
Source: © & courtesy of Robert Silverwood
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, Mount 64 x 106 mm
Card Design: Type XII - Diagonal Signature, purple ink on buff card
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1880-1883
Description: Rounded corners. Remains of dark pink tissue protector on reverse.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Subject: Capt. William de Wiveleslie Abney, K.C.B., F.R.S. (1843-1920), head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter86
Source: © & courtesy of Derby Local Studies Library
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite
Card Design: Type XII - Diagonal Signature, purple ink on pink card
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1880-1883
Description: Rounded corners. Remains of dark pink tissue protector on reverse. Inscribed on the reverse, "Capt. de W. ? Abney."
Notes: William Abney was born in Derby on 24 July 1843, second son of Reverend Edward Henry Abney (1811-1892) of The Firs, Derby, Vicar of St Alkmunds (see images #wwwinter98 & #wwwinter100 below), and his wife Catherine Strutt (1811-1895). After attending the Royal Military Academy at Woolwich, he served in the Royal Engineers in India for some years. He then became a chemical assistant at the Chatham School of Military Engineering, where he taught and advanced his knowledge of the chemical aspects of photography. He was one of the earliest to try the pinhole technique of photography. He was, in fact, a pioneer and an influential researcher in several aspects of this field, developing a dry emulsion in 1874, introducing hydroquinone as an effective developer in 1880, and producing a new formula for gelatin silver chloride paper in 1882.
He also developed the Abney Level, used by surveyors to measure angles and slopes, and was president of the Physical Society from 1895 to 1897. W.W. Abney was knighted and became principal assistant secretary and adviser to the Board of Education. Sir Abney died at Folkestone (Kent) on 3 December 1920. (Wikipedia article)

Image © & collection of Barbara Ellison Image © & collection of Barbara Ellison Subject: Henry Payne (1842-1907), three-quarter length seated portrait with cane
ID #: wwwinter83
Source: © & courtesy of Barbara Ellison
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite
Card Design: Type XII - Diagonal Signature, purple ink on pale pink card
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1880-1883
Description: Rounded corners. Remains of dark pink tissue protector on reverse.
Notes: My great-great-grandfather Henry Payne was born at Burton Extra on 8 May 1842, son of a carpenter Peter Payne (1801-1845) and his wife Ann Tipper (1807-1857). A self-made man - he started work at the age of nine hauling clay in a pit, and must have had a pretty traumatic childhood - by the time this photograph was taken he had been, amongst other things, a blacksmith, policeman, shopkeeper, and builder. He went on to be Derby Borough's Vaccination Officer for two decades, and died at "The Hollies," Sunny Hill on 1 April 1907, survived by his wife Henrietta, four sons and three daughters.

Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Subject: William Hall (1819-1906), head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter90
Source: © & courtesy of Derby Local Studies Library
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite
Card Design: Type XII - Diagonal Signature, purple ink on pale pink card
Date: Undated, possibly taken c.1880-1883
Description: Rounded corners. Remains of dark pink tissue protector on reverse. Inscribed on the reverse, "W. Hall, Printer, Derby."
Notes: William was born in Derby c. 1819, son of a framework knitter William Hall and his wife Catherine. In the 1840s and 1850s he worked as a printer, pressman and compositor, eventually owning his own printing business with six employees by 1881, the approximate date of this portrait. With his first wife Mary, who died in 1897, he had four sons and a daughter. The eldest and youngest sons, William Junior (b. 1842) and James Henry (b. 1856), followed their father into the printing business, while Samuel (b. 1844) and John (b. 1845) became accountants. The daughter Mary Mortimer Hall (b. 1850) married an estate agent and accountant, William Abell. William Hall Senior remarried in 1899, to Sarah Ann Johnson, and died at the age of 87 in 1906, at Derby.

Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Image not
available
Subject: Mrs Thomas Clarke née Ramsbottom, three-quarter length standing portrait with table, chair and books
ID #: wwwinter89
Source: © & courtesy of Derby Local Studies Library
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite
Card Design: Possibly Type XII - Diagonal Signature, purple ink on pale pink card
Date: Undated, possibly taken c.1880-1883
Description: Rounded corners.
Notes: Identified on separate mount as "Mrs Thomas Clarke née Ramsbottom."

Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Subject: William Hudson (1819-), three-quarter length seated portrait
ID #: wwwinter91
Source: © & courtesy of Derby Local Studies Library
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite
Card Design: Type XII - Diagonal Signature, purple ink on buff card
Date: Undated, possibly taken c.1880-1883
Description: Rounded corners. Remains of dark pink tissue protector on reverse. Inscribed on the reverse, "Mr. W. Hudson, Md. Ry. Stores Dept.."
Notes: William Hudson was born in 1819 at Ilkeston, Derbyshire, son of William & Mary Hudson. By 1851 he was married and employed as a clerk in the Midland Railways Stores Department. He lived at Litchurch, first in Litchurch Lane, later in Normanton Road. He and his wife Eliza had a son William (born 1850) and a daughter Ann (born 1858).

Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Subject: John Wood (1814-1891), head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter92
Source: © & courtesy of Derby Local Studies Library
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite
Card Design: Type XII - Diagonal Signature, purple ink on buff card
Date: Dated May 1883
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "John Wood, Temperance Hotel, May/83."
Notes: John Wood was the proprietor of the Temperance Hotel at 8 Market Place, Derby from the late 1870s until his death in 1891. He was born c. 1814 at Kendal, Westmoreland, and had previously worked as a leather dresser in Lincoln (Lincs), Hunslet, Sheffield and Brightside Bierlow (Yorks), and operated a Temperance Hotel in Chesterfield. After his first wife Hannah died in 1846, he married Eve Clarke (1822-1900) at Lincoln in 1850.

Image © & collection of Robert Silverwood Image © & collection of Robert Silverwood Subject: Ellen Fletcher (b. 1852), Florence Fletcher (b. 1862) and Lucy Fletcher (b. 1861), daughters of Jonathan Fletcher (1820-1880) of Pentrich, full length seated group portrait with book
ID #: wwwinter_1880
Source: © & courtesy of Robert Silverwood
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card, Mount 109 x 165 mm
Card Design: Type XII - Diagonal Signature, purple ink on buff card
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1880-1883
Description: Rounded corners. Remains of dark pink tissue protector on reverse.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Unidentified man, head-and-shoulders portrait in oval cameo frame
ID #: wwwinter51
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, Mount 62 x 98 mm (trimmed slightly at base) Photo 60 x 90 mm Oval frame 56 x 76 mm
Card Design: Type XII - Diagonal Signature, purple ink on buff/dirty white card with gilded edge
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1880-1883
Description: Rounded corners.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Robert Silverwood Image © & collection of Robert Silverwood Subject: Thomas Bowmer Fletcher (1854-1902) of Belper, head-and-shoulders portrait in oval cameo frame
ID #: wwwinter_unk4
Source: © & courtesy of Robert Silverwood
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. ?3303
Image © & collection of Robert Silverwood
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite
Card Design: Type XII - Diagonal Signature, purple ink on pink card
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1880-1883
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "?3303 12B A.J.F.."
Notes: Thomas Fletcher was married in 1881 at Bingham (Notts) to Lucy Ann Godber, when he was 26. This portrait may have been taken to celebrate that occasion

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Unidentified elderly man with chin beard, three-quarter length standing portrait
ID #: wwwinter10
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, Mount 62 x 104.5 mm Photo 60.5 x 89 mm
Card Design: Type XII - Diagonal Signature, purple ink on buff card with gilded edge
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1880-1883
Description: Rounded corners.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Boz Image © & collection of Boz Subject: Florence Jane Hurd (1870-1920), three-quarter length standing portrait with flowers
ID #: wwwinter_unk12
Source: © & courtesy of Boz
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, Mount 62 x 105 mm
Card Design: Type XII - Diagonal Signature, purple ink on buff/dirty white card
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1882
Description: Rounded corners.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Unidentified child, full length seated portrait on chair
ID #: wwwinter53
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, Mount 63 x 104 mm Photo 60 x 89.5 mm
Card Design: Type XIII - Diagonal Signature, maroon ink on white card
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1883-1885
Description: Rounded corners.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Ron Cosens Image not
available
Subject: Unidentified young woman, head-and-shoulders portrait with bead necklace
ID #: wwwinter66
Source: © & courtesy of Ron Cosens
Photographer: Winter of Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Carte midget, Mount 34 x 59 mm
Card Design: Type XIV - Carte Midget, red text with signature-type "Winter" on front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1881-1885
Description: Rounded corners.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Tristan Martin Image not
available
Subject: Elsie Webster and Amelia E. Webster (1870-), full length vignetted standing/seated portrait with table and basket of flowers
ID #: wwwinter_1884b
Source: © & courtesy of Tristan Martin
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card
Card Design: Type XV - Diagonal Signature, purple ink on buff card with gilded edge
Date: Undated, probably taken in September 1884, on the same occasion as photo (#wwwinter_1884a) below.
Description: Rounded corners.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Tristan Martin Image © & collection of Tristan Martin Subject: Amelia E. Webster (1870-), full length vignetted standing portrait with chair, pot plant & basket of flowers
ID #: wwwinter_1884a
Source: © & courtesy of Tristan Martin
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite
Card Design: Type XV - Diagonal Signature, purple ink on buff card with gilded edge
Date: Dated September 1884
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed, "Yours affectionately, A.E. Webster, Sepbr. 1884" on the reverse, and showing remains of tissue protector.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Tristan Martin Image not
available
Subject: Harriet Webster (c.1832-), head-and-shoulders vignetted portrait
ID #: wwwinter_188x
Source: © & courtesy of Tristan Martin
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite
Card Design: Type XV - Diagonal Signature, purple ink on buff card with gilded edge
Date: Undated, probably taken in September 1884, on the same occasion as photo (#wwwinter_1884a) above.
Description: Rounded corners.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Cynthia Maddock Image © & collection of Cynthia Maddock Subject: Unidentified young man and woman, three-quarter length seated/standing portrait
ID #: wwwinter40
Source: © & courtesy of Cynthia Maddock
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite
Card Design: Type XV - Diagonal Signature, purple ink on white card
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1883-1885
Description: Rounded corners. Top corners trimmed. Inscribed on the reverse, "WRE, K.G. Middleham(?)."
Notes:

Image © & collection of Cynthia Maddock Image © & collection of Cynthia Maddock Subject: Unidentified woman, three-quarter length seated portrait with table and book
ID #: wwwinter45
Source: © & courtesy of Cynthia Maddock
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. 46664
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite
Card Design: Type XV - Diagonal Signature, purple ink on white card
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1883-1885
Description: Rounded corners. Remains of tissue protector on reverse. Inscribed on the reverse, "46664."
Notes:

Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Subject: Thomas S. Radford, full length seated portrait in military uniform, including gloves, sash, medal, sword and helmet
ID #: wwwinter109
Source: © & courtesy of Derby Local Studies Library
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card
Card Design: Type XV - Diagonal Signature, red ink on white card
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1883-1885
Description: Rounded corners. Card mount by Reeves & Hoare, London. Inscribed on the reverse, "Radford, Thomas" and signed on the front, "Thos. S. Radford." Variation of Type XV, in that the name of the studio on the front of the mount - "W.W. Winter, Photo. Derby" - is in a small typeface, and in black ink.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Subject: Bertie Dyche Aspdin (b. 1871), three-quarter length standing portrait in costume, including dress, hat, tennis racquet and gloves
ID #: wwwinter158
Source: © & courtesy of Nigel Aspdin Hewitt Album 2
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. 50442
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, Mount 63 x 104.5 mm Photo 60.5 x 90.5 mm
Card Design: Type XV - Diagonal Signature, red ink on white card
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1883-1885
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "With Bertie's love" in ink and "50442" in pencil.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Subject: Hon. William Monk Jervis (1827-1909), full length standing portrait in costume
ID #: wwwinter111
Source: © & courtesy of Derby Local Studies Library
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card
Card Design: Type XV - Diagonal Signature, red ink on white card
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1883-1885
Description: Rounded corners. Card mount by Reeves & Hoare, London. Inscribed on the reverse, "Hon. W.M. Jervis."
Notes: William Monk Jervis was born at St Marylebone, London on 25 January 1827, second son of William Jervis Jervis, and grandson of the 2nd Earl of St Vincent. After attending Eton School, he studied at Trinity College, Oxford, graduating with a B.L. in 1852, and an M.A. in 1856. In 1853 he was admitted to the Inner Temple as a barrister-at-law. In 1864 William Jervis married Harriet Wilmot Sitwell (1827-1875), daughter of Robert Sacheverel Sitwell of Derby, and by 1871 was living at The Elms, Duffield Road, Derby. He had a practice in Derby, served as a captain in the 3rd Staffordshire Militia and was a Justice of the Peace by 1881.
His wife died in 1875 and he remarried a year later, to his cousin Mary Maude Parker Jervis (c.1846-1879). He was widowed again within three years, and in 1882 married Mary Stepney, a widow of a captain in the Derby Militia. Although married three times, he had no children. W.M. Jervis was also an accomplished cricketer, playing for Oxford University, Derbyshire and England teams over 25 years between 1848 and 1873. He died at his home Quarndon Hall, Derbyshire on 25 March 1909.

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Unidentified man with moustache, vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter14
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card, Mount 106 x 162.5 mm Photo 105 x 147.5 mm
Card Design: Type XV - Diagonal Signature, red ink on white card
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1883-1885
Description: Rounded corners. Card mount by Reeves & Hoare, London.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Subject: Rev. Canon Edward Henry Abney (1811-1892), half-length seated portrait
ID #: wwwinter98 & wwwinter100
Source: © & courtesy of Derby Local Studies Library
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card
Card Design: Type XV - Diagonal Signature, red ink on white card
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1883-1885
Description: Rounded corners. Card mount by Reeves & Hoare, London.
Notes: Edward Henry Abney was born on 22 September 1811 at Fulford, Yorkshire, second son of William Wootton Abney. After studies at Exeter College, Cambridge, he graduated with a B.A. in 1833. In the same year, at Duffield, he married Catherine Strutt (1811-1895), great-grand-daughter of Jedediah Strutt, the famous Derbyshire inventor and textile manufacturer. Rev. Abney served as vicar of St Alkmund's, Derby, from 1841 until 1886. He died at Derby in 1892. His son Sir William de Wiveleslie Abney is pictured in image #wwwinter86 above.
Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library

Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Subject: Llewellyn Jewitt (1816-1886), F.S.A., head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter112
Source: © & courtesy of Derby Local Studies Library
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. 5216?
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card
Card Design: Type XVI-1 - Diagonal Signature/Two Medals, brown ink on white card
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1883-1886
Description: Rounded corners. Card mount by Reeves & Hoare, London. Inscribed on the reverse, "Llewellyn Jewitt F.S.A." and "5216?."
Notes: Llewellyn Jewitt was born on 24 November 1816 at Kimberworth, Yorkshire, the seventeenth and youngest child of a schoolmaster, author, artist and printer, Arthur Jewitt and his wife Martha. Llewellyn received an education at home from his father, and by the age of 21, when he moved to London, had become an skilful writer, artist and scientist. He spent the next nine years gaining a reputation as an accomplished illustrator for leading magazines such as London Illustrated News and Punch. After two years as Chief Librarian of the Plymouth Public Library, he moved back to Derbyshire in 1853.
He was founder, proprietor and editor of the Derby Telegraph newspaper, curator of the museum and co-editor, with his friend Thomas Bateman, of the Reliquary, an archaeological magazine. In 1868 he left the newspaper, and moved to Winster Hall, Duffield, where he concenrated on writing, including his nine-year masterpiece, "The Ceramic Art of Great Britain." He was elected a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries in 1852. Llewellyn Jewitt married Elizabeth Sage (c.1819-1886) at Derby in 1838, and they had seven children. He died on 5 June 1886. Tom Bates has written an excellent brief biography, entitled "Llewellyn Jewitt - Derbyshire Genuis."

Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Subject: Joseph Gallop (c.1833-1904), vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait with spectacles
ID #: wwwinter94
Source: © & courtesy of Derby Local Studies Library
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. 53121
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite
Card Design: Type XIII - Diagonal Signature, purple ink on buff card
Date: Dated October 1885
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "J. Gallop, Oct. 1885" and "53121."
Notes: Joseph Gallop was born at Stroud, Gloucestershire c. 1833, and started off working as an errand boy in Stroud. After his marriage to Elizabeth Ann Bayley at Ashford, Kent in 1860, he moved to Derby, where he found work as a clerk in charge W.H. Smith & Son's book stall at the Derby Railway Station. He later became manager and agent of this company's bookselling operations in Derby, before retiring in the 1890s. His son Edward Gurner Gallop (1862-1936) was a gifted mathematician, graduating from Trinity College, Cambridge with an M.A. in 1887, and was a Fellow of Caius College from 1889 until his death in 1936.

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Unidentified young man, vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter09
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, Mount 62.5 x 104 mm Photo 58 x 91.5 mm
Card Design: Type XVI - Diagonal Signature/Three Medals, brown ink on white card with gilded edge
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1885-1886
Description: Rounded corners. Card mount by Reeves & Hoare, London.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Unidentified young man, vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter35
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. 55135
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, Mount 63 x 105 mm Photo 60 x 88.5 mm
Card Design: Type XVI - Diagonal Signature/Three Medals, brown ink on white card with gilded edge
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1885-1886
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "55135." Card mount by Reeves & Hoare, London.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Subject: Miss Ellen Anne "Annie" Gascoigne (1862-), three-quarter length seated portrait with hat and umbrella
ID #: wwwinter97
Source: © & courtesy of Derby Local Studies Library
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite
Card Design: Type XVI - Diagonal Signature/Three Medals, brown ink on white card with gilded edge
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1885-1886
Description: Rounded corners. Card mount by Reeves & Hoare, London. Inscribed on the reverse, "Miss E.A. Gascoigne."
Notes: Ellen Anne Gascoigne was born at Clifton, Bristol in 1862, daughter of Rev. Thomas Gascoigne (see image #wwwinter95 above) and his wife Charlotte. In 1901 she was a spinster living with her brother Frederick Octavius Gascoigne, a Church of England clergyman, at The Vicarage, Martin Hussingtree, Worcestershire. This portrait would have been taken when she was in her early to mid-twenties.

Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Subject: Miss Ellen Anne "Annie" Gascoigne (1862-) with unidentified young woman, three-quarter length standing/seated portrait with hats, veil and umbrella
ID #: wwwinter105
Source: © & courtesy of Derby Local Studies Library
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. 55319
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card
Card Design: Type XVI - Diagonal Signature/Three Medals, brown ink on white card with gilded edge
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1885-1886
Description: Rounded corners. Card mount by Reeves & Hoare, London. Inscribed on the reverse, "Miss E.A. Gascoigne" and "55319."
Notes: Ellen Anne Gascoigne is shown in another portrait (see #wwwinter97 above), almost certainly taken on the same occasion. Her companion holding the umbrella is unidentified.
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Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Unidentified elderly woman, three-quarter length seated portrait with table and book
ID #: wwwinter36
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. 57753
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, Mount 63 x 104 mm Photo 59 x 86.5 mm
Card Design: Type XVI - Diagonal Signature/Three Medals, brown ink on white card with gilded edge
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1885-1886
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "57753." Card mount by Reeves & Hoare, London.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Unidentified woman with hat, three-quarter length seated portrait
ID #: wwwinter81
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, Mount 64 x 105.5 mm Photo 60 x 88 mm
Card Design: Type XVI - Diagonal Signature/Three Medals, brown ink on dirty white card with gilded edge
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1885-1886
Description: Rounded corners. Card mount by Reeves & Hoare, London.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Unidentified woman, three-quarter length standing portrait
ID #: wwwinter37
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. 57813
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, Mount 63.5 x 104 mm Photo 59.5 x 85 mm
Card Design: Type XVI - Diagonal Signature/Three Medals, brown ink on white card with gilded edge
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1885-1886
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "57813." Card mount by Reeves & Hoare, London.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Leonie Cousin Image © & collection of Leonie Cousin Subject: Unidentified young woman, vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter48
Source: © & courtesy of Leonie Cousin
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. 58588
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite
Card Design: Type XVI - Diagonal Signature/Three Medals, brown ink on white card with gilded edge
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1885-1886
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "Jerram, 58588, 6Ba." Card mount by Reeves & Hoare, London.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Subject: Edward Brownfield Wain (1861-1925), vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter132
Source: © & courtesy of Nigel Aspdin (Hewitt Album 1)
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. 60668
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, Mount 108 x 166 mm Photo 105.5 x 144 mm
Card Design: Type XIX - Nine Medals, brown ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1886-1887
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "Yours faithfully, Edw. B. Wain" and "60668."
Notes: Edward B. Wain was a civil and mining engineer. Charles Richard Hewitt (see #wwwinter131 below), the probable owner of "Hewitt Album 1", was articled to Edward's father, Joseph Renshaw Wain (1833-1908), General Manager of the Chatterley-Whitfield Collieries, Ltd, Stoke on Trent (more info). It seems likely that Charlie and Edward were friends in the early to mid-1880s. Edward was lodging with a family on Osmaston Road, Litchurch, Derby in 1881, and may have been working for Charlie's father, J.R. Hewitt (see #wwwinter126 below).

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Unidentified woman, vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter23
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. 61183
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, Mount 62.5 x 104 mm Photo 58 x 91.5 mm
Card Design: Type XVI - Diagonal Signature/Three Medals, brown ink on white card with gilded edge
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1885-1886
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "61183." Card mount by Reeves & Hoare, London.
Notes:

Image © & collection of John Palmer Image © & collection of John Palmer Subject: Christopher Askew Chandos-Pole (b. 1867)
ID #: wwwinter07
Source: © & courtesy of John Palmer
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card
Card Design: Type XVII - Five Medals
Date: Dated 1886
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "Christopher Chandos-Pole, 1886."
Notes: John Palmer has this and other photos of the Chandos-Pole family featured on his Wirksworth web site. Christopher was born at Radbourne, Derbyshire, and married Constance Marian Schwind in 1898.

Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Subject: Possibly John Richardson Hewitt (1842-1893), vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter126
Source: © & courtesy of Nigel Aspdin (Hewitt Album 1)
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. Not shown, but interpreted as 59483, from later copy made c. 1897-1899 (see #wwwinter157 below)
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card, Mount 109.5 x 165 mm Photo 105 x 145 mm
Card Design: Type XVII - Five Medals
Date: Undated, but probably taken c. 1886
Description: Rounded corners.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Subject: Charles Richard Hewitt (1864-1934), vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter131
Source: © & courtesy of Nigel Aspdin (Hewitt Album 1)
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card, Mount 109 x 165 mm Photo 105 x 144.5 mm
Card Design: Type XVII - Five Medals
Date: Undated, but probably taken c. 1886
Description: Rounded corners.
Notes: Charles Richard Hewitt (also #wwwinter128 below) was the eldest son of John Richardson Hewitt (#wwwinter126 above) and his wife Jane née Porter. He was born at Swanwick, Derbyshire on 8 August 1864 and received his early eduation at St. Andrew's Middle-class School under the late Mr. G. Sutherland. He was for a period a member of the choir of St. Andrew's Church, and completed his education at Derby School. After leaving school he entered his father's office as a pupil for short time, and was later articled to the late Mr. J.R. Wain, General Manager of the Chatterley-Whitfield Collieries Ltd., Stoke on Trent. Subsequently he was engaged at the Monckton Main Collieries, and from there he obtained his First-class Certificate of Competency as a Colliery Manager in the year 1890.
He then joined the firm of Hewitt & Bobart, Mining Engineers, Valuers & Surveyors, as a Partner. On 4 February 1892 at Alvaston he married Annie Mary Aspdin, daughter of the late Richard Wilkinson Aspdin, Postmaster of Wakefield. They had a son and two daughters.

Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Subject: Unidentified young man, vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter134
Source: © & courtesy of Nigel Aspdin (Hewitt Album 1)
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. 61363
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card, Mount 107 x 166 mm Photo 103.5 x 143.5 mm
Card Design: Type XX - Nine Medals, brown ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, but probably taken c. 1886
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "61363."
Notes:

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Unidentified couple, three-quarter length standing/seated portrait with book
ID #: wwwinter27
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Fine Art Galleries, Derby
Negative No. 63707
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card, Mount 107.5 x 163.5 mm Photo 103 x 143.5 mm
Card Design: Type XVIII - Nine Medals, brown ink on buff card with gilded edge
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1886-1887
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "63707 North."
Notes:

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Unidentified elderly woman in veil, hat & gloves, three-quarter length standing portrait with umbrella
ID #: wwwinter54
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Fine Art Galleries, Derby
Negative No. 63707
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card, Mount 107.5 x 164.5 mm Photo 105 x 146 mm
Card Design: Type XVIII - Nine Medals, brown ink on white card with gilded edge
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1886-1887
Description: Rounded corners.
Notes: Similar studio furniture to wwwinter72 below.

Image © & collection of Denis Potter Image © & collection of Denis Potter Subject: George Potter (born c. 1866), vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter_1887
Source: © & courtesy of Denis Potter
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. 64872
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, Mount 63 x 105 mm Photo 61 x 93 mm
Card Design: Type XX - Nine Medals, brown ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1886-1887
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "64872."
Notes:

Image © & courtesy of Nigel Aspdin Image © & courtesy of Nigel Aspdin Subject: Unidentified, vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter125
Source: © & courtesy of Nigel Aspdin (Hewitt Album 1)
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. 65049
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card, Mount 108 x 166 mm Photo 105 x 148 mm
Card Design: Type XIX - Nine Medals, brown ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1886-1887
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "65049."
Notes: Possibly Jane Hewitt née Ward (born c. 1839).

Image © & courtesy of Nigel Aspdin Image © & courtesy of Nigel Aspdin Subject: Unidentified woman, vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter130
Source: © & courtesy of Nigel Aspdin (Hewitt Album 1)
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. 65050
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, Mount 63 x 105.5 Photo 61 x 94.5 mm
Card Design: Type XX - Nine Medals - Gold, brown ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1886-1887
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "65050."
Notes: Possibly Jane Hewitt née Ward (born c. 1839).

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Unidentified family group, three-quarter length seated & standing portrait
ID #: wwwinter_unk14
Source: © Brett Payne & courtesy of David Simkin.
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. 66933
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card, Size: Mount 106 x 164 mm Photo 102 x 145 mm
Card Design: Type XIX - Nine Medals, brown ink on white card with gilded edge
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1886-1887
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "66933."
Notes:

Image © & courtesy of Nigel Aspdin Image © & courtesy of Nigel Aspdin Subject: Unidentified man with beard, vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter145
Source: © & courtesy of Nigel Aspdin (Hewitt Album 1)
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. 67263
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card, Mount 108 x 166.5 mm Photo 103.5 x 145 mm
Card Design: Type XXI - Sixteen Medals, brown ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1886-1887
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "67263."
Notes:

Image © & courtesy of Nigel Aspdin Image © & courtesy of Nigel Aspdin Subject: Unidentified young woman, vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter138
Source: © & courtesy of Nigel Aspdin (Hewitt Album 1)
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. 67458
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, Mount 62.5 x 106 mm Photo 61 x 92.5 mm
Card Design: Type XIX - Nine Medals, brown ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1886-1887
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "67458."
Notes: Possibly Kate Mary Hewitt (1868-1940) or Lucy Anne Hewitt (1871-1902).

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Unidentified young couple, three-quarter length standing portrait
ID #: wwwinter72
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. 68453
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card, Size: Mount 107.5 x 166.5 mm Photo 104.5 x 146 mm
Card Design: Type XIX - Nine Medals, brown ink on white card with gilded edge
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1886-1887
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "68453."
Notes: Similar studio furniture to wwwinter54 above.

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Sergeant Daniel Robinson (1837-1910), three-quarter length seated portrait in uniform of a sergeant of the Derby Borough Police
ID #: wwwinter_1890
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne
Photographer: W.W. Winter of Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, Mount 63 x 105 mm
Card Design: Type XIX - Nine Medals, brown ink on buff card
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1886-1887
Description: Rounded corners.
Notes by BP: Sgt. Daniel Robinson was my great-great-grandfather. He joined the Derby Borough Police shortly after his brother Edward in 1863, and was appointed Constable (3rd Class). He married Emma Bacon (1842-1900) at Dale Abbey in 1866. They lived first at 42 William Street (1867), where my great-grandmother Amy was born, then at 9 Lower Forester Street (1871), and finally at 74 Fleet St, Litchurch, Derby (1881-1901).

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Unidentified man with moustache, vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter73
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne
Photographer: W.W. Winter of Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, Mount 62.5 x 104.5 mm Photo 60.5 x 91 mm
Card Design: Type XIX - Nine Medals, brown ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1886-1887
Description: Rounded corners.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Subject: Unidentified older woman, vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter143
Source: © & courtesy of Nigel Aspdin (Hewitt Album 1)
Photographer: W.W. Winter of Derby
Negative No. 69065
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card, Mount 108.5 x 166.5 mm Photo 104 x 146.5 mm
Card Design: Type XXI - Sixteen Medals, brown ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1886-1887
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "69065."
Notes:

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Unidentified elderly woman with hat, vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter04
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne
Photographer: W.W. Winter of Derby
Negative No. 69267(?)
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, Mount 63 x 104.5 mm Photo 59 x 92 mm
Card Design: Type XIX - Nine Medals, brown ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1886-1887
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "69267."(?)
Notes: From the same group as the photographs of Mary Sophia Salt (#wwwinter01 & #wwwinter02 - neg nos. 75632 and 75633) below.

Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Subject: Charles Richard Hewitt (1864-1934), vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter128
Source: © & courtesy of Nigel Aspdin (Hewitt Album 1)
Photographer: W.W. Winter of Derby
Negative No. 69497
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, Mount 63 x 105.5 mm Photo 60 x 93 mm
Card Design: Type XIX - Nine Medals, brown ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1886-1887
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "69497."
Notes:

Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Subject: Charles Richard Hewitt (1864-1934), vignetted three-quarter length portrait
ID #: wwwinter133
Source: © & courtesy of Nigel Aspdin (Hewitt Album 1)
Photographer: W.W. Winter of Derby
Negative No. 69498
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card, Mount 108.5 x 166.5 mm Photo 103 x 146.5 mm
Card Design: Type XXI - Sixteen Medals, brown ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1886-1887
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "69498."
Notes:

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Unidentified elderly man with beard and moustache, vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter21
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. 70160
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, Mount 63 x 104.5 mm Photo 62 x 93 mm
Card Design: Type XX - Nine Medals, brown ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1886-1888
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "70160."
Notes:

Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Subject: Possibly Harriet Elizabeth "Cissie" Hewitt (1867-1935), vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter159
Source: © & courtesy of Nigel Aspdin Hewitt Album 2
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. 70963

Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, Mount 63 x 105.5 mm Photo 60.5 x 94 mm
Card Design: Type XX - Nine Medals, brown ink on pale pink card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1886-1888
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "70963."
Notes: Carte still has the tissue protector attached, as shown at right.

Image © & collection of Robert Silverwood Image © & collection of Robert Silverwood Subject: Florence Fletcher (1863-1946), vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter_1886
Source: © & courtesy of Robert Silverwood
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. 70989
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, Mount 64 x 106 mm
Card Design: Type XX - Nine Medals, brown ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1886-1888
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "70989 Fletcher."
Notes: Florence Fletcher married John Edward Silverwood at Derby in 1887. It seems likely that this portrait was taken at around that time.

Image © & collection of Christine Hibbert Image © & collection of Christine Hibbert Subject: Possibly A.J. Humphries, vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter_unk6
Source: © & courtesy of Christine Hibbert
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite
Card Design: Type XX - Nine Medals, brown ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1886-1888
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the front, "Yours sincerely, A.J. Humphries."
Notes:

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Unidentified girl with basket, three-quarter length seated portrait
ID #: wwwinter25
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. 68819 (?)
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card, Mount 107 x 166 mm Photo 103 x 146 mm
Card Design: Type XXI - Sixteen Medals, brown ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1888-1890
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "68819."(?)
Notes:

Image © & collection of Robert Silverwood Image © & collection of Robert Silverwood Subject: Identified on reverse as Florence Silverwood (neé Fletcher) with son Robert Bissill Silverwood, three-quarter length seated portrait
ID #: wwwinter_1893
Source: © & courtesy of Robert Silverwood
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card, Mount 108 x 167 mm
Card Design: Type XXI - Sixteen Medals, brown ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken in 1890
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "Florence Silverwood with Robert (Bob)."(?)
Notes by BP: Florence Fletcher (shown in #wwwinter_1886 - neg no 70989, above) married John Edward Silverwood at Derby in 1887. If this portrait was taken c. 1889-1890, then the child is unlikely to be Robert Bissill Silverwood, but is probably his older sister Alice Eliza Silverwood, born in late 1889 or early 1890.
Reply by RS: It is certainly possible that the photo is of Alice Eliza and not Robert Bissill. The inscriptions on the backs of the photos were done by my grandmother Doris shortly before she died. These have been a mixed blessing. Whilst I am very grateful for identification, I hate the ball pen writing on the cards and I have already found a couple of wrongly labelled photos. After so many years, family photos take on a kind of ‘folklore’. I can well imagine old Bob mistakenly or mischievously telling people that it was him in the dress (common practice for baby boys then of course)! Their birth dates were as follows: Alice Eliza Silverwood 20 Dec 1889, Robert Bissill Silverwood 19 Nov 1892.

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Unidentified couple, three-quarter length standing/seated portrait with hats, gloves & rustic chair
ID #: wwwinter55
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. 69977
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card, Mount 107.5 x 168 mm Photo 103.5 x 146.5
Card Design: Type XXI - Sixteen Medals, brown ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1890-1891
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "69977-12 Simpson."
Notes:

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Unidentified young boy, vignetted three-quarter length seated portrait with bucket & spade
ID #: wwwinter11
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. 71561
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, Mount 63 x 104.5 mm Photo 59 x 92.5 mm
Card Design: Type XXII - Thirty Four Medals, dark green ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1890-1891
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "71561."
Notes:

Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Subject: Joseph Whitehall (c.1824-1906), vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter107
Source: © & courtesy of Derby Local Studies Library
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. 71926
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card
Card Design: Type XIX - Nine Medals, brown ink on white/buff card with bevelled & gilded edge
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1889-1891
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "Joseph Whitehall, Apprenticed to W. Bemrose, Retired from B. & S." and "71926."
Notes: Joseph Whitehall was born at Derby in about 1824, son of William Whitehall and Martha Houghton. He became an apprentice at the printers William Bemrose & Sons of Derby in his mid-teens, and remained wih the firm his entire working life, eventually becoming a foreman. With his first wife Emma Twigg (c.1830-1859), who he married at All Saints, Derby in 1854, he had two daughters. After Emma's death in 1859, he remarried in 1864, to Mary Elizabeth Holmes (1843-1874), and they had a further six children before she, too, died in 1874. Presumably this portrait was taken on the occasion of his retirement.

Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Subject: Unidentified girl, vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter142
Source: © & courtesy of Nigel Aspdin (Hewitt Album 1)
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. 72122
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, Mount 63 x 104.5 mm Photo 60.5 x 93 mm
Card Design: Type XXII - Thirty Four Medals, black ink on white/pale pink card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1889-1891
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "72122."
Notes: Possibly Mabel Wilkinson Hewitt (b. 1876), daughter of John Richardson Hewitt (1842-1893) & Jane Ward.

Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Subject: Unidentified girl, vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter144
Source: © & courtesy of Nigel Aspdin (Hewitt Album 1)
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. 72131
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, Mount 63 x 104.5 mm Photo 60 x 93.5 mm
Card Design: Type XXII - Thirty Four Medals, black ink on white/pale pink card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1889-1891
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "72131."
Notes: Possibly Florence Sarah Hewitt (b. 1872), daughter of John Richardson Hewitt (1842-1893) & Jane Ward.

Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Subject: Mr. Bradley, three-quarter length standing portrait with bow tie, bowler hat & bag
ID #: wwwinter79
Source: © & courtesy of Derby Local Studies Library
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. 72745
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite
Card Design: Type XIX - Nine Medals, brown ink on white/buff card with bevelled & gilded edge
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1889-1891
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "Bradley 72745(?)" in pencil, and "Mr. Bradley" in black ink.
Notes: There is a later portrait of Mr. Bradley (wwwinter78 - neg no. 75749) below.

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Unidentified young man, three-quarter length standing portrait with chair
ID #: wwwinter22
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. 72756
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, Mount 62.5 x 104 mm Photo 60 x 91
Card Design: Type XIX - Nine Medals, brown ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1889-1891
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "Goodwin 72756 12B."
Notes:

Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Subject: Unidentified young boy, three-quarter length standing portrait
ID #: wwwinter137
Source: © & courtesy of Nigel Aspdin (Hewitt Album 1)
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. 72945
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, Mount 63 x 106.5 mm Photo 60.5 x 90.5 mm
Card Design: Type XXII - Thirty Four Medals, black ink on white/pale pink card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1889-1891
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "72945."
Notes: Probably Arthur Bernard Hewitt (b. 1881-1933), youngest son of John Richardson Hewitt & Jane Ward.

Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Subject: Unidentified girl with fan, three-quarter length standing portrait
ID #: wwwinter135
Source: © & courtesy of Nigel Aspdin (Hewitt Album 1)
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. 73337
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, Mount 63 x 105 mm Photo 60.5 x 92.5 mm
Card Design: Type XIX - Nine Medals, brown ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1889-1891
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "73337."
Notes: Possibly Ethel Louise Hewitt (b. 1879), daughter of John Richardson Hewitt & Jane Ward.

Image © & collection of Robert Silverwood Image © & collection of Robert Silverwood Subject: Anne Sarah Anthony (née Fletcher) (1848-1905), vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait with hat
ID #: wwwinter_1889
Source: © & courtesy of Robert Silverwood
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. 73612
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, Mount 64 x 105 mm
Card Design: Type XXII - Thirty Four Medals, black ink on white/pale pink card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1890-1891
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "73612 12 Anthony."
Notes:

Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Subject: Unidentified girl, vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter136
Source: © & courtesy of Nigel Aspdin (Hewitt Album 1)
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. 73907
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, Mount 63 x 105.5 mm Photo 60.5 x 94 mm
Card Design: Type XX - Nine Medals - Gold, brown ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1889-1891
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "73907-12-11 Hewitt."
Notes: Possibly Mabel Wilkinson Hewitt (b. 1876), daughter of John Richardson Hewitt & Jane Ward.

Image © & collection of Ron Cosens Image © & collection of Ron Cosens Subject: Unidentified young woman, vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter65
Source: © & courtesy of Ron Cosens
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. 74137
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite
Card Design: Type XXII - Thirty Four Medals, black ink on white/pale pink card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1890-1891
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "74137."
Notes: Design on tissue cover shown below (N.B. old stock, states 24 Prize Medals, cf. 34 on card mount).

Image © & collection of Ron Cosens

Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Subject: Unidentified young woman, possibly Jane Beatrice Hewitt (1873-1921), vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter129
Source: © & courtesy of Nigel Aspdin (Hewitt Album 1)
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. 74888
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, Mount 63 x 106.5 mm Photo 60.5 x 91 mm
Card Design: Type XX - Nine Medals - Gold, brown ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1890-1891
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "74888."
Notes: Design on tissue cover shown below (N.B. states 24 Prize Medals, cf. 9 medals shown on card mount).

Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Mary Sophia Salt (1868-1896), vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter02
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. 75632
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card, Mount 106.5 x 165.5 mm Photo 102 x 144 mm
Card Design: Type XXII - Thirty Four Medals, dark green ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1890-1891
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "Mary Sophia Salt" in ink, and "75632" in pencil.
Notes: Mary was the eldest daughter of Rev. Thomas Fosbrooke Salt (1842-1923), Vicar of Curbar, and his wife Sophia Warbreck (1847-1916). She was born at Baslow, Derbyshire in 1868, and in 1895 married a physician, Herbert Annesley Eccles. Their only son Thomas Annesley Eccles was born the following year at Norwood in Surrey, and Mary died shortly afterwards. See also #wwwinter01 (neg. no. 75633) below.

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Mary Sophia Salt (1868-1896), vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter01
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. 75633
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, Mount 63 x 105 mm Photo 60 x 93.5 mm
Card Design: Type XXII - Thirty Four Medals, dark green ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1890-1891
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "75633" in pencil.
Notes: See also #wwwinter02 (neg. no. 75632) above.

Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Subject: Mr. Bradley, vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait with bowtie
ID #: wwwinter78
Source: © & courtesy of Derby Local Studies Library
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. 75749
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite
Card Design: Type XXII - Thirty Four Medals, black ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1890-1891
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "75749" in pencil, and "Mr Bradley" in ink.
Notes: See also #wwwinter79 (neg. no. 72745) above for an earlier portrait of Mr. Bradley.

Image © & collection of Deborah Bowen Image © & collection of Deborah Bowen Subject: Two unidentified men in top hats, three-quarter length standing portraits and plant
ID #: wwwinter_unk25
Source: © & courtesy of Deborah Bowen
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. 76938 (?)
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card
Card Design: Type XXII - Thirty Four Medals, black ink on buff card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1890-1891
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "76938"(?) and "Grandfather Fairbanks in England."
Notes:

Image © & collection of Robert Silverwood Subject: Louisa McAuslan née Adshead (1861-1922), three-quarter length seated portrait with plant
ID #: wwwinter150
Source: © & courtesy of Robert Silverwood
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card
Card Design: Probably Type XXII - Thirty Four Medals, black ink on buff card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1890-1891
Description: Rounded corners.
Notes: Louisa Adshead married Belper photographer Norman Jones McAuslan in 1891.

Image © & courtesy of Nigel Aspdin Image © & courtesy of Nigel Aspdin Subject: Unidentified young girl, vignetted seated portrait with doll
ID #: wwwinter124
Source: © & courtesy of Nigel Aspdin (Hewitt Album 1)
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. 77506
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card, Mount 107 x 166 mm Photo 103 x 143 mm
Card Design: Type XXII - Thirty Four Medals, black ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1890-1891
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "77506" in pencil.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Unidentified young man with neck tie, vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter15
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. 79012
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card, Mount 106.5 x 165.5 Photo 102 x 145.5 mm
Card Design: Type XXII - Thirty Four Medals, dark green ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1890-1891
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "79012 a."
Notes:

Image © & collection of Martin Jackson Image not
available
Subject: Unidentified man with beard, moustache & spectacles, vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter_unk21
Source: © & courtesy of Martin Jackson
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card
Card Design: Probably Type XXII - Thirty Four Medals
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1890-1891
Description: Rounded corners.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Martin Jackson Image not
available
Subject: Charlotte Tipper (b. 23 Jan 1866 Hollington DBY), vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter_unk18
Source: © & courtesy of Martin Jackson
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite
Card Design: Probably Type XXII - Thirty Four Medals
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1890-1893
Description: Rounded corners.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Martin Jackson Image not
available
Subject: Possibly Alfred Cowlard, vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter_unk22
Source: © & courtesy of Martin Jackson
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite
Card Design: Probably Type XXII - Thirty Four Medals
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1890-1894
Description: Rounded corners.
Notes by MJ: Unidentified husband of Charlotte Tipper (see #wwwinter_unk18 above).
Notes by BP: Charlotte Tipper married Alfred Cowlard at St George Hanover Square, London in 1894, after which they lived in Paddington & St Georges and had at least five children by 1908.

Image © & collection of Martin Jackson Image not
available
Subject: Unidentified child, full length seated portrait with toy(?)
ID #: wwwinter_unk19
Source: © & courtesy of Martin Jackson
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite
Card Design: Probably Type XXII - Thirty Four Medals
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1890-1893
Description: Rounded corners.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Sue Stewart Image © & collection of Sue Stewart Subject: Unidentified young woman, vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter_unk7
Source: © & courtesy of Sue Stewart
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. 79... (?)
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, Mount 64 x 105 mm
Card Design: Type XXIII - Forty Four Medals, black ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1890-1893
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "79..."(?)
Notes:

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Unidentified baby, hand tinted, full length seated portrait with cushion
ID #: wwwinter_unk17
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, Mount 63 x 95 mm Photo 60 90 mm (but trimmed at base)
Card Design: Type XXIII - Forty Four Medals, black ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1890-1893
Description: Rounded corners.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Subject: Rev. Francis Hoare (1832-?1895), vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter102
Source: © & courtesy of Derby Local Studies Library
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. ? Possibly 80047
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card
Card Design: Type XXIV - 57 Medals, black ink on very pale pink card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1891-1892
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "Rev. Hoare, Vicar of Holy Trinity, Derby, D." and a negative number, which looks like "30047" but is probably meant to be "80047."
Notes: Francis Hoare was born at Beaminster, Dorset in 1832, son of a builder Constantine Hoare (1792-1878) and his wife Mary Read (1796-1855). He worked as a farm assistant in his late teens, but by 1861 had become curate of the old church in Hanley, Staffordshire. He married Ann Pankhurst (1837-1923) at Shelton, Stoke-on-Trent in 1864, and spent three years in Newcastle-under-Lyme, before moving to Derby. Rev. Hoare served as vicar of Holy Trinity church in Derby from 1867 until 1893, and was surrogate and chaplain to the Derby Infirmary. It is possible that this portrait was taken on the occasion of his retirement.

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Unidentified woman, vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter38
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. 80852
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, Mount 63.5 x 105.5 mm Photo 60 x 91 mm
Card Design: Type XXIV - 57 Medals, dark green ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1891-1892
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "80852."
Notes:

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Unidentified woman in hat, vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter17
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. 81845
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, Mount 63 x 105.5 mm Photo 60.5 x 91.5 mm
Card Design: Type XXIV - 57 Medals, dark green ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1892-1893
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "81845."
Notes:

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Unidentified baby, full length portrait on fur rug
ID #: wwwinter24
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. 83598
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card, Mount 107 x 165.5 mm Photo 101.5 x 144.5 mm
Card Design: Type XXIV - 57 Medals, dark green ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1892-1893
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "83598."
Notes:

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Queenie Hassall, vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter13
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. 84218
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, Mount 63 x 105 mm Photo 60 x 91 mm
Card Design: Type XXV - 58 Medals, dark green ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Dated 1893
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "Queenie Hassall 1893" in ink, and "84218" in pencil.
Notes: See also #wwwinter12 (neg. no. 84219) below, from same group.

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Jack Hassall, three-quarter length standing portrait
ID #: wwwinter12
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. 84219
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, Mount 63 x 104.5 mm Photo 60.5 x 90.5 mm
Card Design: Type XXV - 58 Medals, dark green ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Dated 1893
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "Jack Hassall 1893" in ink, and "84219" in pencil.
Notes: See also #wwwinter13 (neg. no. 84218) above, from same group.

Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Subject: James Patrick Doherty (1837-1901), half-length portrait with mayoral robes and chain
ID #: wwwinter99
Source: © & courtesy of Derby Local Studies Library
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. 86528
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card
Card Design: Type XXV - 58 Medals, black ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken in 1893, when Doherty was Mayor of Derby
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "Alderman Doherty, Mayor" and "86528."
Notes: James Patrick Doherty was born in Ireland, and arrived in Derby before 1861. He was an elastic web and trimming manufacturer, with a large business employing 1400 people in 1871. In the 1890s, he served as a borough magistrate, alderman, and was Mayor of Derby in 1893. J.P. Doherty died at Derby in 1901. Doherty's wife Eliza is featured in another portrait, taken shortly after his (see image #wwwinter103 below).

Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Subject: Annie Mary Hewitt née Aspdin (b. 1866), vignetted three-quarter length portrait with ferns
ID #: wwwinter156
Source: © & courtesy of Nigel Aspdin Hewitt Album 2
Photographer: W.W. Winter of Derby
Negative No. 86839
Card Type & Size: Cabinet Card, Mount 108 x 166.5 mm Photo 104 x 145 mm
Card Design: Type XXV - 58 Medals, black ink on pale pink card with bevelled & gilded edge & blind-stamped lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken in 1893
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "86839."
Notes: Annie Mary Aspdin was born in 1866, daughter of Richard Wilkinson Aspdin. She married Charles Richard Hewitt (1864-1934) at Alvaston in 1892.

Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Subject: Mrs. Eliza M.G. Doherty (c.1842-1902), vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter103
Source: © & courtesy of Derby Local Studies Library
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. 86965
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card
Card Design: Type XXV - 58 Medals, black ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken in 1893
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "Mrs. Doherty" and "86965."
Notes: Eliza Doherty was the wife of Derby textile manufacturer James Patrick Doherty (1837-1901). She was born in Ireland c. 1842, and died at Derby in 1902. James and Eliza had no children. The portrait was probably taken during the tenure of her husband as Mayor of Derby, in 1893 (see image #wwwinter99 above).

Image © & collection of Cynthia Maddock Image © & collection of Cynthia Maddock Subject: Unidentified woman, vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter47
Source: © & courtesy of Cynthia Maddock
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. 87127
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite
Card Design: Type XXV - 58 Medals, black ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1893-1894
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "87127."
Notes:

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Unidentified woman, vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter03
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. 87142
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, Mount 63 x 104.5 mm Photo 59 x 91 mm
Card Design: Type XXV - 58 Medals, dark green ink on buff/dirty white card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1893-1894
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "87142."
Notes: From the same group as the photographs of Mary Sophia Salt (#wwwinter02 & #wwwinter01 - neg. nos. 75632 & 75633), above.

Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Subject: Unidentified man, vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter155
Source: © & courtesy of Nigel Aspdin Hewitt Album 2
Photographer: W.W. Winter of Derby
Negative No. 88394
Card Type & Size: Midget Carte, Mount 40.5 x 82 mm Photo 35.5 x 70.5 mm Thickness 0.99
Card Design: Type XXVIII - Midget Carte, buff/dirty white card with bevelled & gilded edge & blind-stamped lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1893-1894
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "88394."
Notes:

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Unidentified woman, vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter39
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. 88775
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, Mount 63.5 x 105.5 mm Photo 60 x 93 mm
Card Design: Type XXV - 58 Medals, dark green ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1893-1894
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "88775."
Notes:

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Two unidentified young women, three-quarter length standing/seated portrait with flowers
ID #: wwwinter_unk26
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. 89822
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card, Mount 108 x 167.5 mm Photo 103.5 x 146 mm
Card Design: Type XXV - 58 Medals, dark green ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1893-1894
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "89822 Rhodes."
Notes:

Image © & collection of Robert Silverwood Image © & collection of Robert Silverwood Subject: Louisa McAuslan née Adshead (1861-1922) and daughter Doris McAuslan (1895-1989), vignetted three-quarter length seated portrait
ID #: wwwinter146
Source: © & courtesy of Robert Silverwood
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card
Card Design: Type XXV - 58 Medals, black ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken in late 1895 or early 1896
Description: Rounded corners, trimmed at bottom.
Notes by RS & BP: Louisa was the wife of photographer Norman Jones McAuslan. Doris's birth was registered at the Belper Register Office in the June Quarter of 1895, and if she was perhaps six months old at the time of this portrait, a date of late 1895 or early 1896 is suggested. Doris appears to be wearing a christening dress, and this may be the occasion of her baptism.

Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Subject: Two unidentified children, portrait with plants
ID #: wwwinter141
Source: © & courtesy of Nigel Aspdin Hewitt Album 1
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. 92481
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card, Mount 109.5 x 167 mm Photo 102 x 142.5 mm
Card Design: Type XXVI - 60 Medals, gold ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.mid-1896
Description: Square corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "92481 B."
Notes: Probably Harry Aspdin Hewitt (1893-1940) and Hilda Mary Hewitt (1895-1960), children of Charles Richard Hewitt. Hilda was born on 19 Jun 1895 - therefore, if these identifications are correct, the photo was probably taken in mid-1896. Two copies of this photograph exist, one each in Hewitt Albums 1 & 2. They are very similar, but not quite identical. Another pose, obviously taken at the same sitting, is represented by #wwwinter163 (see below).

Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Subject: Two unidentified children, portrait with plants
ID #: wwwinter168
Source: © & courtesy of Nigel Aspdin Hewitt Album 2
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. 92481
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card, Mount 108.5 x 166 mm Photo 102.5 x 140.5 mm
Card Design: Type XXVI - 60 Medals, gold ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.mid-1896
Description: Square corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "92481 B."
Notes: see above

Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Subject: Two unidentified children, portrait with plants
ID #: wwwinter163
Source: © & courtesy of Nigel Aspdin Hewitt Album 2
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. 98841 (?)
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card, Mount 109 x 151.5 mm (trimmed at base) Photo 103.5 x 139.5 mm
Card Design: Type XXVI - 60 Medals, gold ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.mid-1896
Description: Square corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "98841 Proof A."
Notes: Probably Harry Aspdin Hewitt (1893-1940) and Hilda Mary Hewitt (1895-1960), children of Charles Richard Hewitt. This is obviously from the same sitting as #wwwinter141 (above). It is possible that the negative number inscribed on the reverse is incorrect.

Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Subject: Possibly Harriett Elizabeth Olorenshaw née Hewitt (1867-1935), vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter161
Source: © & courtesy of Nigel Aspdin Hewitt Album 2
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. 92970
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card, Mount 108 x 167 mm Photo 102 x 141.5 mm
Card Design: Type XXVI - 60 Medals, black ink on pale pink card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1896-1897
Description: Square corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "92970 Proof Hewitt."
Notes:

Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Subject: Unidentified man, vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter162
Source: © & courtesy of Nigel Aspdin Hewitt Album 2
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card, Mount 109.5 x 153.5 mm (trimmed at base) Photo 101 x 143.5 mm
Card Design: Type XXVI - 60 Medals, gold ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1896-1897
Description: Square corners.
Notes: Possibly William Borbeck Olorenshaw, husband of Harriett Elizabeth Hewitt

Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Subject: Possibly Mabel Wilkinson Hewitt (b. 1876), vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter160
Source: © & courtesy of Nigel Aspdin Hewitt Album 2
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. 93627
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, Mount 63.5 x 105.5 mm Photo 57.5 x 86.5 mm
Card Design: Type XXVI - 60 Medals, black ink on pale pink card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1896-1897
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "93627."
Notes:

Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Subject: Mrs J. Bailey, three-quarter length standing portrait with table and palm
ID #: wwwinter101
Source: © & courtesy of Derby Local Studies Library
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card-
Card Design: Type XXVI - 60 Medals, gold ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Dated November 1896
Description: Square corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "Nov 1896 Mrs. J. Bailey."
Notes: This is possibly Ann E. Bailey (born c. 1865), wife of Derby millwright John C. Bailey.

Image © & collection of David Simkin Image © & collection of David Simkin Subject: Unidentified man with moustache & bow tie, vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter_1892
Source: © & courtesy of David Simkin
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. 93735
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite
Card Design: Type XXVI - 60 Medals, black ink on pale pink card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1897-1898
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "93735."
Notes:

Image © & collection of Robert Silverwood Image © & collection of Robert Silverwood Subject: Unidentified woman, vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter149
Source: © & courtesy of Robert Silverwood
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. 94870
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite
Card Design: Type XXVI - 60 Medals, gold ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1897-1898
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "94870."
Notes:

Image © & collection of Robert Silverwood Image © & collection of Robert Silverwood Subject: Unidentified man, vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter148
Source: © & courtesy of Robert Silverwood
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. 94888
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite
Card Design: Type XXVI - 60 Medals, gold ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1897-1898
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "94888 Mr Peale (?or Mr Dale/Ball)."
Notes:

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Unidentified child, vignetted full length standing portrait with toy sheep & chair
ID #: wwwinter20
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. 95450
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card, Mount 108.5 x 166.5 mm Photo 102.5 x 139 mm
Card Design: Type XXVI - 60 Medals, gold ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1897-1898
Description: Square corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "95450."
Notes:

Image © & collection of Mary Fritchley Image not
available
Subject: Miss Bertha Fritchley (b. 1867), vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter_1860s
Source: © & courtesy of Mary Fritchley
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Rooms, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card, Mount 101 x 152 mm (approx.)
Card Design: Probably Type XXVI - 60 Medals, white card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1893-1896
Description: Square corners.
Notes: John Palmer's Wirksworth web site shows Bertha Fritchley as having been born in 1840, which suggests a date of some time in the 1860s for this photograph. Various factors, including the style of clothing, and the size and design of the mount, make this very unlikely. Research carried out by David Simkin shows that Bertha Fritchley was baptised on 6 Oct 1867 at Wirksworth, Derbyshire, daughter of Joseph Fritchley (b. c1830 at Wirksworth and a plumber & glazier) and his wife Sarah Ann (b. c1833 at Derby). A date of c. 1893-1896 seems more likely for this photo, and is supported by another family photo, also on the Wirksworth web site, tentatively dated c. 1890, which shows a slightly younger Bertha. Many thanks to David for bringing this to my attention.

Image © & collection of Martin Jackson Image not
available
Subject: Elizabeth (Lizzie) Tipper (1850-1931), vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter_unk20
Source: © & courtesy of Martin Jackson
Photographer: W.W. Winter of Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card
Card Design: Type XXVII - buff card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1895-1899
Description: Square corners.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Ron Cosens Image not
available
Subject: Unidentified woman, vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter67
Source: © & courtesy of Ron Cosens
Photographer: W.W. Winter of Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Midget carte de visite, Mount 41 x 82 mm
Card Design: Type XXVIII - Midget carte with bevelled & gilded edge
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1898-1904
Description: Rounded corners.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Subject: Ethel Louise Hewitt (b. 1879), vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter139
Source: © & courtesy of Nigel Aspdin (Hewitt Album 1)
Photographer: W.W. Winter of Derby
Negative No. 96097
Card Type & Size: Midget carte de visite, Mount 50 x 70.5 mm Photo 42.5 x 56 mm
Card Design: Type XXVIIIa - Midget carte with bevelled & gilded edge
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1897-1899
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "E.L. Hewitt," and "96097B."
Notes:

Image © & collection of Robert Silverwood Image © & collection of Robert Silverwood Subject: George Henry Silverwood (1858-1924), three-quarter length seated portrait with plants
ID #: wwwinter_1894
Source: © & courtesy of Robert Silverwood
Photographer: W.W. Winter of Derby
Negative No. 96137
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite
Card Design: Type XXIX - 65 Medals, brown ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1895-1897
Description: Square corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "96137 B George Silverwood" in pencil, and "George H. Silverwood, Grays, Essex" in ink
Notes by RS: George Silverwood became headmaster of Palmer's School, Grays, Essex in 1893.

Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Subject: Probably Arthur Bernard Hewitt (1881-1923), vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter140
Source: © & courtesy of Nigel Aspdin (Hewitt Album 1)
Photographer: W.W. Winter of Derby
Negative No. 97221
Card Type & Size: Midget carte de visite, Mount 49.5 x 70.5 mm Photo 44 x 57 mm
Card Design: Type XXVIIIa - Midget carte with bevelled & gilded edge
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1897-1899
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "97221a."
Notes:

Image © & collection of Robert Silverwood Image © & collection of Robert Silverwood Subject: William Henry Fletcher (b. 1850), vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter_unk1
Source: © & courtesy of Robert Silverwood
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Electric Light & Daylight Studios, Midland Road, Derby (Central Show Room, St. Peters Church Yard, Derby)
Negative No. 97588 (?)
Card Type & Size: Large format, Mount 131 x 182 mm
Card Design: Type XXXI - 65 Medals & Electric Light v.1, black ink on white/buff card
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1898-1899
Description: Square corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "97588 a William Fletcher Mr."
Notes:

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Unidentified young man with bow tie, vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter05
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne
Photographer: W.W. Winter of Derby
Negative No. 97689
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card, Mount 107 x 166 mm Photo 102 x 141 mm
Card Design: Type XXIX - 65 Medals, brown/gold ink on white/buff card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1898-1900
Description: Square corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "97689 a Williams 3."
Notes:

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Unidentified boy, vignetted full length seated portrait with stool, chair & plant
ID #: wwwinter06
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne
Photographer: W.W. Winter of Derby
Negative No. 98695
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card, Mount 107 x 166 mm Photo 102 x 141 mm
Card Design: Type XXIX - 65 Medals, brown/gold ink on white/buff card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1898-1900
Description: Square corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "98695 Williamson."
Notes:

Image © & collection of Frederick Appleby Image © & collection of Frederick Appleby Subject: Unidentified young woman, partly vignetted full length standing portrait with hat & flowers
ID #: wwwinter166
Source: © & courtesy of Frederick Appleby
Photographer: W.W. Winter of Derby
Negative No. 98954
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card, Mount 106.5 x 166.5 mm Photo 103 x 138 mm
Card Design: Type XXIX - 65 Medals, brown/gold ink on white/buff card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1898-1900
Description: Square corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "98954 Tomlinson."
Notes:

Image © & collection of Frederick Appleby Image © & collection of Frederick Appleby Subject: Two unidentified young women, vignetted full length standing & seated portrait with hat & plant
ID #: wwwinter167
Source: © & courtesy of Frederick Appleby
Photographer: W.W. Winter of Derby
Negative No. 98955
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card, Mount 106 x 167 mm Photo 102 x 142 mm
Card Design: Type XXIX - 65 Medals, brown/gold ink on white/buff card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1898-1900
Description: Square corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "98955."
Notes:

Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Subject: Rev. Henry Martin (1861-1932), head-and-shoulders portrait with academic robes
ID #: wwwinter114
Source: © & courtesy of Derby Local Studies Library
Photographer: W.W. Winter of Derby
Negative No. 86747
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card
Card Design: Type XXIX - 65 Medals, brown/gold ink on white/buff card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably produced c.1898-1900, from a negative of a portrait originally taken c.1893
Description: Square corners; top corners trimmed. Inscribed on the front, "Rev. Martin, Vicar of Holy Trinity," and on the reverse, "86747."
Notes: Henry Martin was born on 27 November 1861 at Highfield House, Littleport, Isle of Ely (Cambridgeshire), eldest son of a farmer and landowner Joseph Martin and his wife Emma. He went to school at Amersham Hall in Caversham (Berks.) before attending Corpus Christi College and Ridley Hill, Cambridge between 1886 and 1889. Although he trained as an engineer and worked briefly in South America, he was ordained a deacon in 1889, and a priest at Winchester the following year. He was Curate of the Circus Proprietary Chapel, Landport, Portsmouth from 1889 and 1893, when he was appointed Vicar of Holy Trinity Church, Derby.
He then served as Vicar of Crookes (Yorkshire) from 1901 to 1916, and Rector of Oulton Broad, near Lowestoft, Norfolk, from 1916 until shortly before his death on 8 March 1932 at the age of 70. Rev. Henry Martin married Frances Anne S. Griffiths at Llanelly, Breconshire in 1891, and they had at least three children.

Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Subject: Rev. Johnson, vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait with clerical collar
ID #: wwwinter115
Source: © & courtesy of Derby Local Studies Library
Photographer: W.W. Winter of Derby
Negative No. 100643
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card
Card Design: Type XXIX - 65 Medals, brown ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1899-1901
Description: Square corners. Inscribed on the front, "Rev. Johnson, Curate, Holy Trinity," and on the reverse, "100643 C."
Notes:

Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Subject: Possibly John Richardson Hewitt (1842-1893), vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter157
Source: © & courtesy of Nigel Aspdin Hewitt Album 2
Photographer: W.W. Winter of Derby
Negative No. 59483
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card, Mount 107.5 x 167.5 mm Photo 102 x 145.5 mm
Card Design: Type XXIX - 65 Medals, brown ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, produced c.1899-1901 from the negative of a photograph originally taken c. 1886 (see #wwwinter126 above)
Description: Square corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "59483."
Notes: It is clear that this was produced from the original negative, extracted from Winter's archives, both because the negative number has been written on the reverse, and because the vignetting on the later print has revealed more of the subjects jacket than the earlier print. This copy appears to have been ordered by a family member posthumously.

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Unidentified family, three-quarter length seated/standing portrait with plant
ID #: wwwinter70
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne
Photographer: W.W. Winter of Derby
Negative No. 101901
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card, Mount 166.5 x 107.5 mm Photo 141.5 x 102 mm
Card Design: Type XXIX - 65 Medals, brown/gold ink on white/buff card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1899-1901
Description: Square corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "101901."
Notes:

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Unidentified woman in hat, half length seated portrait with chaise longue & flowers
ID #: wwwinter_unk16
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne
Photographer: W.W. Winter of Matlock Branch Studio, nr. Smedley's Hydro
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite, Mount 63 x 104 mm Photo 58 x 86 mm
Card Design: Type XXIX - 65 Medals, brown/gold ink on white/buff card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1899-1903
Description: Square corners.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Subject: Sir John Smith (1822-1897), vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter110
Source: © & courtesy of Derby Local Studies Library
Photographer: W.W. Winter of Derby
Negative No. 55624
Card Type & Size: Carte de visite
Card Design: Type XXIX - 65 Medals, brown ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge & embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1885-1886, and reproduced from the original negative c. 1899-1903
Description: Square corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "Sir John Smith Derby" and "55624."
Notes: John Smith was born in 1822 at Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Leicestershire, son of Joseph and Sarah Smith. By 1851 he was living in Derby, operating a small brass foundry and employing three men and three apprentices. Over the next couple of decades the business expanded substantially, so that by 1861 he was employing 38 men and 15 boys, and by 1871, 55 men and 10 boys. Kelly's 1887 trade directory shows him as Sir John Smith, so he must have been knighted before then. Between 1887 and 1895 he was a borough magistrate and a Derby Corporation councillor (Castle Ward, later alderman). John Smith was married three times, but had no surviving children. He died at Derby in 1897, at the age of 75.

Image © & collection of Mary Fritchley Image not
available
Subject: Miss Nellie Owen (later Fritchley) (1871-1934), vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter_1895
Source: © & courtesy of Mary Fritchley
Photographer: W.W. Winter of Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card (trimmed at base)
Card Design: Probably Type XXIX - 65 Medals, brown/gold ink on white/buff card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1899-1903
Description: Square corners.
Notes: Mary Fritchley's mother, courtesy of John Palmer's Wirksworth web site.

Image © & collection of Margaret Thompson Image © & collection of Margaret Thompson Subject: Unidentified elderly woman with large hat, three-quarter length standing portrait
ID #: wwwinter74
Source: © & courtesy of Margaret Thompson
Photographer: W.W. Winter of Derby
Negative No. 107654
Card Type & Size: Large Format
Card Design: Other Format
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1900-1903
Description: Square corners. Black ink on white card with embossed rectangular frame. Inscribed on the reverse, "107654a."
Notes:

Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Subject: Edwin Canner (1837-1905), vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait with buttonhole
ID #: wwwinter87
Source: © & courtesy of Derby Local Studies Library
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Electric Light & Daylight Studios, Midland Road, Derby (Central Show Room, St. Peters Church Yard, Derby)
Negative No. 110862
Card Type & Size: Other format
Card Design: Type XXXI - 65 Medals & Electric Light v.2. Black ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge
Date: Dated 1900
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "110862" in pencil, and "Canner, Edwin, J.P. Derbys. 1900" in ink on a label. Signed "Edwin Canner" in the front.
Notes: Edwin Canner was born at Locko Grange Farm Grange, between Dale Abbey and West Hallam, Derbyshire on 16 December 1837, eldest child of William & Hannah Canner. He became a yeoman farmer, like his father, moving to Stanley Grange Farm in the 1860s and never married. He was churchwarden of St Andrew's in Stanley for many years, a county magistrate for the Smalley Petty Sessional Division, chairman of the Shardlow Rural District Council, and a Justice of the Peace for Derbyshire. He died at the Isle of Wight on 8 May 1905.

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Unidentified young man, vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait with button-hole
ID #: wwwinter58
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Electric Light and Daylight Studios, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. 111034
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card, Mount 106 x 164 mm Photo 102.5 x 140.5 mm
Card Design: Type XXX - 65 Medals & Electric Light v.1. Brown ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed shield & lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1901-1904
Description: Rounded corners.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Unidentified older couple, three-quarter length standing/seated portrait with table & books
ID #: wwwinter56
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Electric Light and Daylight Studios, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card, Mount 106 x 163.5 mm Photo 102.5 x 141 mm
Card Design: Type XXX - 65 Medals & Electric Light v.1. Brown ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed shield & lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1901-1905
Description: Rounded corners.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Unidentified woman, three-quarter length standing portrait with book
ID #: wwwinter16
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Electric Light and Daylight Studios, Midland Road, Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Cabinet card, Mount 106 x 164 mm Photo 102.5 x 141.5 mm
Card Design: Type XXX - 65 Medals & Electric Light v.1. Brown ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge & gold embossed shield & lettering on the front
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1901-1905
Description: Rounded corners.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Subject: Rev. Charles Mollan Williams (1873-1927), three-quarter length seated portrait
ID #: wwwinter108
Source: © & courtesy of Derby Local Studies Library
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Electric Light & Daylight Studios, Midland Road, Derby (Central Show Room, St. Peters Church Yard, Derby)
Negative No. 114159
Card Type & Size: Other format
Card Design: Type XXXI - 65 Medals & Electric Light v.2. Black ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge
Date: Dated 1900
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "Rev. J. Mallen Williams, Curate at All Sts, Derby, App. Vic. of Ilkeston 1907." and "114159 C Williams."
Notes: Charles Mollan (or Mallon) Williams was born on 2 April 1873 at Sevenoaks, Kent, son of a bank manager Charles Williams and his wife Helen. He studied at Cambridge, graduating with a B.A. in 1899, and the same year married Violet Pash in Surrey. In the following year he was ordained to the priesthood, and served as Curate of Otley in Yorkshire from 1899 to 1904.
He then became Curate of All Saints, Derby until 1907, after which he was Vicar of Ilkeston (Derbyshire) from 1907 to 1915. From 1915 until 1921 he was Editorial Seretary of the Church Missionary Society (C.M.S.), and was then Vicar or Luton (Bedfordshire) from 1921 to 1928, with an appointment as Hon. Canon of St. Albans in 1926. He retired to Radlett in Hertfordshire, and died there on 6 August 1937.

Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Subject: Probably William Bemrose (c1793-1880), full length seated portrait reading newspaper
ID #: wwwinter88
Source: © & courtesy of Derby Local Studies Library
Photographer: W.W. Winter of Derby
Negative No. 115006
Card Type & Size: Other Format
Card Design: Other Format
Date: Undated, probably printed c. 1902-1905 from a new negative produed from an original photograph taken c. 1865-1870
Description: Square corners. Black ink "W.W. Winter Derby" signature on the front of white card, no printing on the reverse. Inscribed in pencil on the reverse, "BEMROSE, W.S. 115006."
Notes: This is probably William Bemrose, the founder of Derby printing and publishing firm, Bemrose & Sons, of Market Place. He was born c. 1793 at Newark, Nottinghamshire, and married Elizabeth Ride (1801-1877) at St Peter's, Derby in 1824. Two of his sons Henry Howe Bemrose (1827-1911) and William Bemrose Junior (1832-1904) took over the firm in the 1860s after his retirement. The newspaper is significant as a symbol, since Bemrose & Sons were the printers of the "Derby Mercury." This portrait was probably taken at around the time of his retirement. William Bemrose died at Derby in 1880.

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Unidentified elderly woman, three-quarter length seated portrait on chaise longue
ID #: wwwinter28
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne
Photographer: W.W. Winter of Derby
Negative No. 115592
Card Type & Size: Large Format, Mount 179 x 248 mm Photo 98.5 x 144 mm
Card Design: Other Format
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1902-1906
Description: Square corners. Black ink on white card with embossed rectangular frame and grey back. Inscribed on the reverse, "115592."
Notes:

Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Subject: Miss Slater, vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait with large hat
ID #: wwwinter76
Source: © & courtesy of Nigel Aspdin (Hewitt Album 1)
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Electric Light & Daylight Studios, Midland Road, Derby (Central Show Room, St. Peters Church Yard, Derby)
Negative No. 119073
Card Type & Size: Large format, Mount (Possibly trimmed) 201 x 246 mm Photo 100 x 142 mm
Card Design: Type XXXI - 65 Medals & Electric Light v.2, black ink on white/buff card
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1903-1906
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "119073 Miss Slater, Vernon Street."
Notes:

Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Subject: Hilda Mary Hewitt (1895-1960), head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter153
Source: © & courtesy of Nigel Aspdin (Hewitt Album 2)
Photographer: W.W. Winter of Derby
Negative No. 119224
Card Type & Size: Square mount 140 x 140 mm Embossed recess diameter 92 mm Photo diameter 75.5 mm Card thickness 1.72 mm
Card Design: Type XXXII - Square mount, circular embossed frame.
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1905-1906
Description: "W.W. Winter Derby" blind-stamped and printed on front lower left. Inscribed on the reverse, "119224 B."
Notes: Hilda Mary Hewitt was a daughter of Charles Richard Hewitt (1864-1934) and Annie Mary Aspdin (b. c.1866).

Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Subject: Norah Mabel Hewitt (b. 1899), head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter154
Source: © & courtesy of Nigel Aspdin (Hewitt Album 2)
Photographer: W.W. Winter of Derby
Negative No. 119225
Card Type & Size: Square mount 140 x 140 mm Embossed recess diameter 92 mm Photo diameter 75.5 mm Card thickness 1.72 mm
Card Design: Type XXXII - Square mount, circular embossed frame.
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1905-1906
Description: "W.W. Winter Derby" blind-stamped and printed on front lower left. Inscribed on the reverse, "119225 B."
Notes: Norah Mabel Hewitt was a daughter of Charles Richard Hewitt (1864-1934) and Annie Mary Aspdin (b. c.1866).

Image © & collection of Cynthia Maddock Image © & collection of Cynthia Maddock Subject: Possibly George Edward Askew (b. 1878), full length standing portrait in soldier's uniform
ID #: wwwinter42
Source: © & courtesy of Cynthia Maddock
Photographer: W.W. Winter of Derby
Negative No. 12786
Card Type & Size: Large format
Card Design: Other Format
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1904-1907
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "12786" and "100162 A Askew." Black ink on white card with embossed rectangular frame
Notes by BP: Research has suggested that the young man in this photograph may be George Edward Askew, son of George Askew and Clara Lovett, who was born at Derby in 1878, and was a private (Regimental Number 5090) in the 8th Company, 4th Battalion Imperial Yeomanry, serving in South Africa during the Boer War.

Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Subject: William Walter Winter (1842-1924), vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter106
Source: © & courtesy of Derby Local Studies Library
Photographer: W.W. Winter of The Alexandra Electric Light & Daylight Studios, Midland Road, Derby (Central Show Room, St. Peters Church Yard, Derby)
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Other format
Card Design: Type XXXI - 65 Medals & Electric Light v.2. Black ink on white card with bevelled & gilded edge
Date: Dated 1907
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "Winter, Walter Wm., J.P. Derby. 1907." in ink on a label. Signed "W.W. Winter" in the front.
Notes: A self portrait by the photographer, possibly in 1907, when he was a Justice of the Peace for Derby.

Image © & collection of Robert Silverwood Image © & collection of Robert Silverwood Subject: Ruth Fletcher (b. 1891), vignetted head-and-shoulders profile portrait
ID #: wwwinter_unk2
Source: © & courtesy of Robert Silverwood
Photographer: Winter of Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Postcard
Card Design: Postcard Type A - Divided back, no stamp box.
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1911-1920
Description: Marked "WINTER PHOTO DERBY" up RHS of reverse. Inscribed on the reverse, "Ruth Fletcher, Makeney Old Hall."
Notes: Ruth was a daughter of Jonathan Fletcher (1859-), miller and farmer of Makeney Old Hall, Milford, Derbyshire.

Image © & collection of Christine Hibbert Image not
available
Subject: George Manning (c.1891-), half-length portrait in soldier's uniform
ID #: wwwinter_1917
Source: © & courtesy of Christine Hibbert
Photographer: W.W. Winter of Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Unknown format and size
Card Design: Print mounted on buff card
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1917
Description:
Notes: "George Manning whilst at home on leave, from the battlefields of Europe." George was born in late 1891 or early 1892 at Burton-on-Trent (Staffs), son of Owen Manning and his wife Mary Jane Gaskin. They moved to Derby in around 1900, where his father worked as a tram driver. The uniform shows George was, at the time the portrait was taken, a sergeant in the Royal Field Artillery. The single bar on his lower left sleeve is a wound stripe, indicating that he had already been wounded in the line of duty.

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Captain Bertie Oswald Corbett (1875-1967), head and shoulders portrait in the uniform of a Captain in the Grenadier Guards
ID #: wwwinter29
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne
Photographer: W.W. Winter of Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Large format on grey card mount, Mount 191 x 267 mm Photo 110 x 148 mm
Card Design: Other Format - name of studio in black ink on grey layered card with "torn" edge
Date: Undated, probably taken during the First World War (1914-1918)
Description: Print mounted on grey card. Inscribed on the reverse, "B.O. Corbett."
Notes: Many thanks to Nigel Aspdin, who identified this subject and provided much of the following information about him.
Bertie Oswald Corbett was born at Thame, Oxfordshire on 15 May 1875, son of the Vicar of Thame, Elijah Baggott Corbett (1837-1893) and his wife Mary Anne nee Davies.
He was educated at Thame Grammar School before attending Oriel College, Oxford. He became a teacher, and was a schoolmaster at Brighton College before being appointed headmaster of a school in Dorset. Bertie Corbett and his brother C.J. Corbett both ran schools in Derbyshire. "Bertie" had a school at Shardlow Hall, while "John" was headmaster of Rycote on the Kedlestone Road, Derby, and later The Ashe at Etwall. Bertie Corbett married Ella Stagg in Essex in 1912. He died at Waddon Manor, Portesham, Dorset on 30 November 1967. He got a blue for football at Oxford and played for the Corinthians Football Club (London) from 1897 to 1906, where he was known as an "extremely fast dribbler ... on the outside left," and in 1906 he published the "Annals" of that club. On March 18, 1901, he played his only full "A" international, which England won 6-0 due to four goals from famous Steve Bloomer. He was also a right-handed batting cricketer, making a single appearance for the Derbyshire county side against Kent. He only scored one run during the match, being stumped for a duck in the second innings. His older brother Leonard Bagott Corbett had attended Malvern College and All Souls, Oxford and beame a cleric, while his younger brother Cornelius John Corbett (1883-1944) was an even more accomplished cricketer, batting and fielding for Derbyshire on 27 occasions between 1911 and 1944.

Image © & collection of Barbara Ellison Image © & collection of Barbara Ellison Subject: Helen Payne (1883-1933), vignetted half-length portrait
ID #: wwwinter84
Source: © & courtesy of Barbara Ellison
Photographer: W.W. Winter of Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Postcard
Card Design: Postcard Type B - Divided back, stamp box with small star
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1910-1920
Description: Blind stamped "W.W. Winter, Derby" in lower right-hand corner of front.
Notes: Helen or "Nellie" Payne is also depicted in two other photos (#wwwinter_1930 & #wwwinter_1920s) shown below.

Image © & collection of David Hutchings Subject: Sarah & Stephen Hutchings, three-quarter length seated portrait
ID #: wwwinter_1922
Source: © & courtesy of David Hutchings
Photographer: W.W. Winter of Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Large format, Mount 202 x 253 mm
Card Design: Other Formats
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1922
Description: Mount: thick, stiff card with impressed frame; Photo: honeycomb-textured surface (see below), signed "W.W. Winter Derby" in pencil
Image © & collection of David Hutchings
Notes: Stephen Hutchings (1857-) was born at Eastwick (Hertfordshire) and married Sarah Cockbill (b. 1866 Brinklow, Warwickshire) at Burton-on-Trent (Staffs) in 1885. They settled at Highfield Farm, Long Eaton (Derbyshire) where Stephen was a farmer and milk seller.

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Unidentified woman in nurse's uniform, vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter82
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne
Photographer: W.W. Winter of Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Postcard, 87 x 137 mm
Card Design: Postcard Type C - Divided back, stamp box with horseshoe and T.I.C.
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1920s
Description: Marked "W.W. Winter, The Photographer, Derby" up LHS of reverse. Blind stamped "W.W. Winter, Derby" in lower right-hand corner of front.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Cynthia Maddock Image © & collection of Cynthia Maddock Subject: Unidentified woman, full length seated portrait with large hat & bouquet of flowers
ID #: wwwinter43
Source: © & courtesy of Cynthia Maddock
Photographer: W.W. Winter of Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Postcard
Card Design: Postcard Type C - Divided back, stamp box with horseshoe and T.I.C.
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1920s
Description: Marked "W.W. Winter, The Photographer, Derby" up LHS of reverse. Blind stamped "W.W. Winter, Derby" in lower right-hand corner of front.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin
Subject: Boys' Cricket Team, The Ashe school, Ashe Hall, Etwall
ID #: wwwinter117
Source: © & courtesy of Nigel Aspdin (Hewitt Album 1)
Photographer: W.W. Winter of Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Postcard
Card Design: Postcard Type C - Divided back, stamp box with horseshoe and T.I.C.
Date: Undated, probably taken in 1929
Description: Blind stamped "W.W. Winter, Derby" in lower right-hand corner of front. Inscribed on the reverse, "A. Obolensky is seated second from right."
Notes by NA: Nigel's father was a pupil at a private boys' preparatory school, The Ashe, at Ashe Hall, near Etwall, Derbyshire. This photo of a boys' cricket team was taken, probably in 1929, on the path in front of the hall, which is now a Buddhist retreat. Alexander Sergeevich "Obo" Obolensky was a Russian prince who almost certainly also attended The Ashe before going to Trent College.

Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Subject: Unidentified cleric, half length seated portrait with book
ID #: wwwinter151
Source: © & courtesy of Nigel Aspdin Hewitt Album 2
Photographer: W.W. Winter of Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Postcard, 87 x 136 mm
Card Design: Postcard Type C - Divided back, stamp box with horseshoe and T.I.C.
Date: Undated, probably taken in the 1920s
Description: Blind stamped "W.W. Winter, Derby" in lower right-hand corner of front. No "W.W. Winter" on reverse.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Image © & collection of Nigel Aspdin Subject: Unidentified woman, head-and-shoulders portrait with pince-nez
ID #: wwwinter152
Source: © & courtesy of Nigel Aspdin Hewitt Album 2
Photographer: W.W. Winter of Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Postcard, 87 x 134 mm
Card Design: Postcard Type C - Divided back, stamp box with horseshoe and T.I.C.
Date: Undated, probably taken in the 1920s
Description: Blind stamped "W.W. Winter, Derby" in lower right-hand corner of front. No "W.W. Winter" on reverse.
Notes by NA: This is probably the wife of the unidentified cleric in #wwwinter151 above.

Image © & collection of Brenda Rowland Image © & collection of Brenda Rowland Subject: Gladys Lydia Gallimore (b. 1896), vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter_1920s2
Source: © Brenda Rowland & courtesy of John Palmer's Wirksworth web site
Photographer: W.W. Winter of Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Other Format, 76 x 101.5 mm
Card Design: Other Format - Print mounted on thick card with bevelled edges
Date: Undated, probably taken in the late 1920s or early 1930s
Description: Signed "W.W. Winter, Derby" in lower right-hand corner of front.
Notes: Gladys was a daughter of Wirksworth stone mason John William Gallimore and his wife Elsie Morris.

Image © & collection of David Hutchings Image not
available
Subject: Bertha Hutchings, partially vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter_1928
Source: © & courtesy of David Hutchings
Photographer: W.W. Winter of Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Postcard, 137 x 185 mm
Card Design: Postcard - glossy surface, unknown version
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1928 or 1929
Description: Blind stamped "W.W. Winter, Derby" in lower right-hand corner of front.
Notes: Bertha Hutchings (1899-) was a daughter of Stephen & Sarah Hutchings of Highfield Farm, Long Eaton, who appear in photo #wwwinter_1922 above.

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Brett Payne Subject: Helen Payne (1883-1933) and her niece Mary R. Chadwick (1912-), outdoors portrait on park bench
ID #: wwwinter_1930
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne
Photographer: W.W. Winter of Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Postcard
Card Design: Postcard Type D - simple rectangular stamp box
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1930
Description: Blind stamped "W.W. Winter, Derby" in lower right-hand corner of front.
Notes: Helen or "Nellie" Payne's older sister Lucy Mary "Maggie" Payne was born on 29 November 1876 at St James Road, Normanton, Derby. She was the fourth child of Henry Payne (1842-1907) and Henrietta Christina Benfield (1843-1912), and a younger sister of my great-grandfather Charles Vincent Payne (1868-1941). She married Robert Nathan Chadwick in 1907 at St Giles, Normanton, and they lived at Sunny Hill, where two daughters, Mary and Ella (Bay), were born.

Image © & collection of Brett Payne Image © & collection of Barbara Ellison Subject: Helen Payne (1883-1933), three-quarter length portrait with purse, basket & flowers
ID #: wwwinter_1920s
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne & Barbara Ellison
Photographer: W.W. Winter of Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Postcard, 86 x 135 mm
Card Design: Postcard Type D - simple rectangular stamp box
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1930
Description: Blind stamped "W.W. Winter, Derby" in lower right-hand corner of front.
Notes: Helen "Nellie" Payne was born on 18 October 1883 at 38 St James' Road, Normanton, Derby, seventh and last child of Henry Payne (1842-1907) and Henrietta Christina Benfield (1843-1912), and a younger sister of my great-grandfather Charles Vincent Payne (1868-1941). She remained unmarried until her death on 15 July 1933. This photograph was also produced in a large format (see #wwwinter85 below).

Image © & collection of Barbara Ellison Image © & collection of Barbara Ellison Subject: Helen Payne (1883-1933), three-quarter length portrait with purse, basket & flowers
ID #: wwwinter85
Source: © & courtesy of Brett Payne & Barbara Ellison
Photographer: W.W. Winter of Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Large format
Card Design: Other formjat - print mounted in folder
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1930
Description: Mounted on buff card and enclosed in folder. "W.W. Winter, Derby" in brown ink on mount to lower left of photo, and on front of mount.
Notes: This photograph was also produced in postcard format (see #wwwinter_1920s above).

Image © & collection of Cynthia Maddock Image © & collection of Cynthia Maddock Subject: Revd. Frederick Scobell Boissier (1854-), three-quarter length seated portrait
ID #: wwwinter44
Source: © & courtesy of Cynthia Maddock
Photographer: W.W. Winter of Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Probably a mounted print, now separated from the mount
Card Design: Other Format
Date: Undated, probably taken c.1930-1931
Description: Inscribed on the reverse, "Winters Derby DENBY" and "Revd. Frederick Scobell Boissier." Blind stamped "W.W. Winter, Derby" in the lower right corner.
Notes: Revd. Boissier (born on 31 Jan 1854 at Turville, Buckinghamshire) was Vicar of Denby from 1900 until 1931. It was perhaps during the last couple of years of this period of tenure, when he was also Canon of Derby (1930-1931), that he had this portrait taken. His son Arthur Paul Boissier (1881-1853) was Headmaster of Harrow School (1939-1942) and Director of Public Relations at the Ministry of Fuel and Power (1943-1945).

Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Image © & collection of Derby Local Studies Library Subject: Alfred Edward Goodey (1878-1945), half-length seated portrait
ID #: wwwinter116
Source: © & courtesy of Derby Local Studies Library
Photographer: W.W. Winter of Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Mounted print
Card Design: Other Format
Date: Undated, probably taken c. 1936
Description: Inscribed on the reverse, "Goodey, Alfred E.."
Notes: Alfred Edward Goodey was born at Derby in 1878, son of commercial clerk - and later textile manufacturer - William Henry Goodey (1846-1905) and his wife Rhoda née Strutt (1842-1923). In 1901 Alfred was a clerk in his father's manufacturing business, and presumably took it over when the latter died four years later. Goodey donated a large collection of paintings and photographs of Derby to the Council's art gallery in 1936. A selection of one hundred of these were recently (in 2003) published by Breedon Books in book form as "Goodey's Derby." This portrait was probably taken at around the time of the donation, when Alfred Goodey would have been 58 years old.

Image © & collection of Graham Robinson Image not
available
Subject: Unidentified group of three children, full length standing/seated portrait
ID #: wwwinter_unk15
Source: © & courtesy of Graham Robinson
Photographer: W.W. Winter of Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Postcard, 84 x 131 mm
Card Design: Postcard Unknown design
Date: Undated, probably taken in the 1930s
Description: Blind stamped "W.W. Winter, Derby" in lower right-hand corner of front.
Notes: The older boy is wearing a blazer with a stag on the pocket, the emblem of Bemrose School in Derby, which opened in July 1930.

Image © & collection of Cynthia Maddock Image © & collection of Cynthia Maddock Subject: Unidentified man, vignetted head-and-shoulders portrait
ID #: wwwinter41
Source: © & courtesy of Cynthia Maddock
Photographer: W.W. Winter of Derby
Negative No. 170091
Card Type & Size: Other format, 84 x 131 mm
Card Design: Other Format - Print mounted on thick card, blind stamped "W.W. Winter, Derby" in the lower right corner.
Date: Undated, probably taken in the 1930s
Description: Rounded corners. Inscribed on the reverse, "Palmer 170091 B 6."
Notes:

Image © & collection of Kevin Rhodes Image © & collection of Kevin Rhodes Subject: Group at wedding of Les Falconer & Edie Smith
ID #: wwwinter75
Source: © & courtesy of Kevin Rhodes
Photographer: W.W. Winter of Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Postcard, 105 x 148 mm
Card Design: Postcard
Date: Undated, probably taken in the 1930s
Description: Blind stamped "W.W. Winter, Derby" in lower right-hand corner of front.
Notes:

Image © & collection of Kathleen Garner Subject: Mabel Lee née Garner (b. 1917), half-length portrait in hat and coat
ID #: wwwinter164
Source: © & courtesy of Kathleen Garner
Photographer: W.W. Winter of Derby (possibly taken by Austin King?)
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Mounted print, Mount 82.5 x 127 mm Photo 76 x 89 mm
Card Design: Postcard
Date: Undated, but probably taken c. 1940
Description: Mounted on card with four-line frame in brown ink surrounding print. Inscribed "W.W. Winter, Derby" on lower right-hand corner of mount.
Notes by KG: This shows my aunt, Mabel Lee (née Garner) b. 1917 (she is still alive). She thinks the photo was taken around 1940 and she mentioned the name, Austin King. Would this be the actual photographer?

Image © & collection of Kathleen Garner Subject: Group at wedding of Fred Garner (1909-1970) & Gertrude Trueman (1915-1988)
ID #: wwwinter165
Source: © & courtesy of Kathleen Garner
Photographer: W.W. Winter of Derby
Negative No. -
Card Type & Size: Postcard, Approx. 100 x 150 mm
Card Design: Postcard
Date: Undated, but taken on the day of the wedding, 3 June 1944
Description: Blind stamped "W.W. Winter, Derby" in lower right-hand corner of front.
Notes by KG: The wedding took place on 3rd June 1944 in Chaddesden/Spondon.
(Standing L-R) Derek Boardman (b. 1926; nephew/groom - still alive), Nellie Page Burton née Garner (b. 1903; sister/groom), James Garner (1879-1953, Darwen Lancs; father of groom), Ron Tinsley (friend/bride), Fred Garner (b. Sale, Cheshire 1909 d. Derby 1970), Gertrude Garner née Trueman (b. Riddings 1915 d. Derby 1988), Hilda Tinsley (friend/bride), Harold Page Burton (husband of Nellie), Joan Mary Garner (b. Derby 1921 d. 1995; sister/groom), Arthur Josiah Trueman (b. Nottingham 1889 d. 1955 Sheffield Hospital; father/bride).(Seated L-R) Elsie Garner née Ball (d. 1968; wife of James Herbert Garner 1909-1988, brother/groom), Lily Boardman née Garner (1905-1980; sister/groom), Mabel Garner (b. 1917; sister/groom - still alive), Mabel Trueman née Goodall (b. Nottingham 1890 d. Chaddesden 1962; mother/bride)

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Images and information kindly provided by Kathleen Garner, Frances Castle, Nigel Aspdin, the Derby Local Studies Library, Kevin Rhodes, Margaret Thompson, Jo Bevan, Prue McKay, Jane Steer, Kevin Rhodes, Leonie Cousin, Cynthia Maddock, John Palmer, Ron Cosens, Marcel Safier, Henry Griffiths, Sally Betts, Martin Jackson, David Hutchings, Graham Robinson, Samantha Smith, David Simkin, Roger Vaughan, Sue Stewart, Christine Hibbert, Robert Silverwood, Mary Fritchley, Brenda Rowland, Tristan Martin and Brett Payne. (Contributers)


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