I – K,

Illingworth, T –  Halifax, Yorkshire  -1866-1893-

Imperial French Photographic – London  -1868-1876-

Ingham, J – Sale, near Manchester  – no dates found

Inskip, Geo – Skipton, Yorks. -1871-1893-  (In Scarboro’ 1890)

Ireland, E – Manchester, Lancashire   -1872-1900-

Iris, Henry – 10 Upper Street, Islington    -1872-1880-

Jacklett, J W – Aldershot, Hampshire   -1875-1898-

Jackson, Brothers – Jumbo Chadderton, Lancs.  -1869-

Jamblin, John  –  Oxford      -1864-1868-

James, A,  Jubilee Photographic Co – Pimlico   -1887-1890-

James, A – Louth, Lincolnshire  -1882-1900-

James, Clarence – Louth, Lincolnshire  -1885-1892-

Jaquiery, Joseph – Great Yarmouth     (J. Jaquiery traded in fancy goods from at least 1883-1894 but in 1890 the Norfolk directory has him listed as a photographer, evidently a short-lived occupation)

Jasper, G H – Stourbridge, Worcestershire   -1871-1881-.   G H Jasper was later in Kettering,-1901-1911-.

Jee, Thomas – Greenwich      -1862-1890-

Jenkins, H – Wallingford,   -1864-1869- (at Fish Street)  -1877-(at St Mary’s Street)

Jennings, Constantine – Chester, Cheshire   -1892-

Jennings, H B – Bury, Lancashire  (date unknown)

Johnson Bros – Henley on Thames, Oxfordshire  -1883-1903-

Johnson, E – Wisbech, Cambridgeshire  -1864-1892-

Jones, Charles – Hull, Yorkshire  -1900-

Jones, Daniel – Liverpool  -1869-1887-

Jones, F N, & Co – Richmond, Surrey     -1891-

Jones, J V – Yardley, nr Birmingham  (date not known)

Jones, T – Hereford & Ludlow, Shropshire   -1881-

Joyner, J – Cheltenham, Gloucestershire  -1866-1902

Jubilee Photo Co. – Pimlico

Katterns – Northampton  -1864-1894-

Kay – Bolton, Lancashire  -1895-1905-

Keene, Richard – Derby   -1874-1899-

Keens, J – Hackney, Middlesex  -1871-1878-

Keig, T – Isle of Man     -1863-1894-

Kellet & Ellis – Lancaster, Lancs.  (not found)

Kennerell, J – Wisbech, Cambridgeshire  -1883-1896-

Kent, W. – Chatham, Kent  -1867-

Kent, W H – 147 Oxford Street, London -1857-1864-

Kerby, J & Son – Ipswich, Suffolk   -1883-1896-

Kershaw, J – Buxton, Derbyshire   -1881-1888-

Kerslake, T J – Weston super Mare  -1895-1902-

Kilburn Portrait Studios – Kilburn (London) NW  (date unknown)

Kilburn, Mr – Regent Street (London)  -1852-1864-

King, Arthur – Notting Hill, Middlesex  -1875-1898-

King, J – Gainsborough, Lincolnshire  -1872-1885-

King, S(olomon) – Nottingham  -1876-1877-

King, Wm – Whitby

Kingsmill (late) – Ashford, Kent, also Tenterden, 1874, (see east Kent Studio, Canterbury, -1882-)

Kingsmill, T – Ashford, Kent  est 1852-1874-

Kipling, T(obias) – Darlington  -1881-1891-. In 1881 Tobias worked as a private tutor and photographer, by 1891, he is described simply as ‘photographer’ and by 1901 had moved to Middlesbro’. Several of his sons followed him into the world of photography.

Kirby – Peckham, Surrey  (date unknown)

Kirk, Samuel – Nottingham   – 1869-1900-

Kirkby, W H – Regent Street (London)  c1865

Kitto, Thos. – Torquay, Devon  -1881-

Knight, Charles – Ryde, Isle of Wight   -1875-1885-

Knight, Henry – St Leonard’s on Sea, Sussex   -1874-1882-

Knighton, Alfred – Kettering, Northamptonshire  -1877-1903-

Knott, S – Oldham, Lancashire  (date unknown)

Koenig, Charles – Paddington, Middlesex  -1878-1900-

Kruger, H – Huddersfield,  Yorkshire     -1881-1893-

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6 Responses to I – K,

  1. Pingback: Sunday Assortment 5 | Looking at Filey

    • qvictoria says:

      Thanks for all that fascinating history on Yorkshire photographers,especially those in Filey. Anything else in the same vein would be very welcome.

  2. Pamela Orr says:

    Hi, You’ve helped me with one photographer, but can’t find ‘Kingham, Bedford’ on the card under a photographic portrait of a female relation. Can you help me with the date?
    It may be my grandmother, who was born in 1880 and looks about 17 to 23??

    Thanks

    • qvictoria says:

      It seems that your ancestor’s photographer was probably Mrs Emily Kate Kingdon of 7 Cauldwell St, Bedford, active between at least 1898-1903, which fits with the dates you provided.

      There was also a H. James Kingdon in Bedford 1877-1885, at
      15, Wellington St.

      Hope this helps
      QVictoria

  3. George Inskip’s dates were 1845-1913. His studio was in Skipton. It was his cousin John Inskip 1832 – 1911 who had the studio in Scarborough.

    • qvictoria says:

      Jennifer,

      Well spotted. Many thanks for clarifying the Inskip photography situation. I think it was a case of me mis-reading my own notes. I will add John Inskip to my ‘Miscelaneous collection.

      Christine Hibbert

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