|John Henry Waterhouse was born
at Batley, Yorkshire in 1882, eldest son of an iron turner George Henry
Waterhouse (1854-) and his wife Emily née Bateman. The
family moved to Chesterfield, Derbyshire in the late 1890s, where John
became a wood turner. In 1901, they were living at 5 New Street,
He became a photographer around 1911 and had studio premises at Brewery Street (1911-1912), 7 Cavendish Street (1913-1915), Tapton Lane (1917) and 479 Chatsworth Road (1926-1932). Acording to Adamson, he was also a inematographer, and developed and printed films and plates for amateur photographers. Published postcards of Chesterfield views and events by Waterhouse are also known.
woman, identified only as "Pearl"
by J.H. Waterhouse of Corner of Brewery Street & Tapton Lane, Chesterfield
Undated, but probably taken c. 1912-1920
Format: Post Card
Image © & courtesy of Emma Sullivan
Notes: Inscribed on the reverse, "From Pearl."
Images kindly provided by Emma Sullivan
1841-1901 UK Census - online from Ancestry.com
International Genealogical Index - online from the LDS church
Anon (1912) Kelly's Directory of Derbyshire 1912, Kelly's Directories Ltd., London.
Anon (1917) Chesterfield Year Book & Directory for 1917, Printed by The Derbyshire Courier, Chesterfield, Dec 1916 - by kind courtesy of Rita Effnert
Anon (1932) Kelly's Directory of Derbyshire 1932, Kelly's Directories Ltd., London.
Adamson, Keith I.P. (1997) Professional Photographers in Derbyshire 1843 - 1914, The PhotoHistorian, No. 118 Supplement, September 1997, ISSN 0957-0209. Courtesy of John Bradley.
North East Midland Photographic Record - Picture the Past
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