Irish Photographers – 19th century

The Irish photographers mentioned below  are those contained in my own collection. There are still some gaps in the record but if  your ancestor was a photographer in Dublin in the second half of the 19th century, or you have other interests in that period and want more info, please feel free to contact me.

Adolphe (Golden Palette), 9 Westmoreland Street,  Dublin  -1875-1879-  (previously at 75 Grafton Street, Dublin -1860-1865-)

Callaghan – South Mall, Cork

Edmonds & Simonton – 28 Grafton St. Dublin

Galbraith, J – Clanbrassil Street, Dundalk

Glover, M – 124 Stephen’s Green, Dublin  -1883-1900-   (-1893- at 9 Westmoreland Street

Golden Palette (Adolphe) – 9 Westmoreland Street, Dublin  -1875-1879-

Kerr, Hugh – Carlisle Road, (London) Derry

Lauder Bros – 32 Westmoreland Street, Dublin  -1872-1900-

Lauder, E & J – 22 Westmoreland Street, Dublin

Lawrence, Wm – 5/7 Sackville Street, Dublin  1883

Magill, J – Donegall Place, Belfast

Nelson & Marshall – 11 Upper Sackville Street, Dublin  -1860-1879-

Robinson & Sons- Dublin

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11 Responses to Irish Photographers – 19th century

  1. Ira Medcalf says:

    Hello, I am part of a civilian living history group (North Texas Civilian Historians, Facebook) focused on 1860+/-. Just purchased three Grubb lenses to use. I am wanting to find Irish CDVs from the 1855-65 period but not having much luck. Would you be able to help me with the Irish photographic history of that time period and point me in the right direction to be able to purchase some examples? My thanks, Ira~

  2. Linda Hearty says:

    Hello,
    I’m looking for information regarding J. Galbraith, Clanbrassil St. Dundalk, with special interest particularly in relation to photographs taken of prisoners released from Dundalk Gaol in 1882. Thanks

    • qvictoria says:

      That sounds an extremely interesting project to be researching, from a difficult time in Irish history. I have no access to Irish newspapers of the day, which would no doubt tell the tale.

      I have only one cdv photograph by Galbraith, showing a young man in fashionable attire, date unknown. The advert on the back might be of interest, or not. I will send a copy on to you

  3. Clare Lewis says:

    Hello,

    I have a photograph taken by W.J. Trimble & Sons, Church St, Dungannon, and I was wondering if you knew anything about them?

    I’m trying to date a photograph.

    Many thanks 🙂

    • Catherine McCann says:

      Hi Clare,

      I also have a photo taken by W.J Trimble & Sons, Church Street, Dungannon and I was interested in finding any information about them also. I would like to date it too.

      If you find any information, I would love to hear from you.

      Regards

      Catherine McCann.

  4. Sean o Mara says:

    Hi there. Yes I read that on your Blog. I have found an extensive list and the information. I will send you the link as it will be useful for you. Here it is. This should take you beyond 1900.
    Regards
    Sean

    Found something. Roe mac Mahon was at harcourt street in 1925.

    http://www.irisharchaeology.info/genealogy/photographers.htm

  5. Sean o Mara says:

    Hello.
    I’m trying to date a photo so I can clarify who the person is. To do this I need a date. Can you point me in the right direction? On the back it says; roe mc Mahon child photographer harcourt street Dublin. I’m trying to find the operating dates if the studio.
    Best
    Sean

  6. Jason Roche says:

    I have a photo of my great great grandfather taking by golden palette 9 westmoreland street can you share any more info please if email the picture

  7. Lindsay Crawford says:

    I just found a photo of my great-grandmother, taken by William Lawrence, Photographer, 5 & 7, Upper Sackville Street, Dublin. Unfortunately undated, but guessing since she was married age 21 in 1883, that this was taken then.

    • qvictoria says:

      thanks Lindsay, At least we now have some idea when Wm Lawrence was operating. I’ll update his info.

      QVictoria

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