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1870's Harry Jocelyn Jeffries: 12 Victorian CDV Photos, London England


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Harry Jocelyn Jeffries 1855-1920 was a well known art dealer, gilder, and London picture framer. A gilder is one who "gilds" or overlays with gold, also referred to as "guilder." These 12 Victorian identified CDV carte de visite family photos were the property of Harry J. Jeffries and he autographed and boldly signed many. We assume these photographs were removed from an early Victorian paper photo album, which often do not stand the test of time.

In early census records, Harry's occupation was a joiner or carpenter, presumably in picture frames. He then was in partnership with Harry Edward Mealand, know as H.E. Mealand in a company called "Lambert & Co." who are listed in business directories as gilders, carvers, picture frame makers and art decorators at 36 Albert Gate, as well as 7 Knightsbridge Green.

Note: Holgate, Jefferies, Jeffries, Waddington, Johnson, Solley, Tingcombe, Grant, Tyrell, Edbrook & Cutts Genealogy:
A description of each ID'd 19th century photo follows:
1. On reverse: "Aunt Annie, Annie Holgate" is handwritten in old period pencil. "Harry Jocelyn Jeffries" is boldly autographed & signed in fine dip pen script by a different hand, in early black ink. Photographer: Blake & Edgar, 32 Midland Road, Bedford, Bedfordshire, England. (known to be Bedford Photographers William Blake & Ernest Edgar) This is an 1870's image of a smiling woman standing next to an ornately carved chair.

2. On reverse: "Aunt Anne and Cousin George (Mrs Waddington)" is handwritten in old period pencil. This shows a young boy in the 1860's, about 6 years old, standing at a table next to his mother. Photographer: Unmarked, Unknown. (This is Anne Waddington and her son George Waddington) It is an 1860's image of a woman and her son taken in a photographer's studio parlor setting. 

3. On reverse: "Herbert Holgate Jeffries (9 months old), Reproduced in July of 1938" is handwritten in bold fountain pen script. This is an interesting clear copy of an early 1850's photograph, printed on heavy 1930's cardstock. Harry is a smiling toddler on his mother Eleanor's lap, the original would have been taken about 1856.

4. On reverse: "Kate Ellen Tingcombe, nee Jeffries, Aunt Kate, aged about 17" in old fountain pen script. Photographer: Artist, Photographer & Miniature Portrait Painter Sidney W. Elmes, 39 Kings Road, Chelsea, London, England, Two minutes walk from Sloane Square Underground Railway Station, West London. (known to be photographer Sidney Elmes, Sidney Walter Elmes) This is an 1870's image of a young girl with a long beautiful braid.

5. On reverse: "Father's Uncle Edward, Ed Jeffries" is handwritten in old period pencil. Photographer: Unmarked, Unknown. This is an 1860's portrait image of a man about 40 years old, very clear.

6. Handwritten on reverse: "Catherine Agnes Jeffries (mother) nee Holgate" is handwritten in old black fountain pen ink. "Harry J. Jeffries" is also signed on back in fine brown ink, by a different hand. Photographer: unmarked, unknown. This is an 1870's image of a smiling woman wearing beautiful clothing.

7. On reverse: "Aunt Nell (one of mother's sisters) (1) Mrs Grant (2) Mrs Tyrell (White Roding), Nell" is handwritten in old fountain pen. Also "H.J. Jeffries" is beautifully and boldly signed in sepia colour ink script. Photographer: Stacey, Photo, Dunmow. (known to be photographer William Stacey, also a nurseryman in the 1870's English census) Great Dunmow is a historic market town in the Uttlesford district of Essex, England. The Rodings (or Roothings) are a group of villages in Essex, England, of which White Roding is one. This is assumed to be Nell Grant, later Nell Tyrell. It is an 1870's image of a woman approximately in her forties, wearing beautiful and rich Victorian clothing.

8. On reverse: "Uncle Will (Edbrook?)" is handwritten in old period pencil. Photographer: D.H. Speakman, late Stortz, Artist & Photographer, 6 1/2 Upper Parade, Leamington. (Philip Christian Stortz's business then bought by D.H. Speakman, possibly Daniel H. Speakman) This is an 1860's image of a man holding a shiny silk top hat, standing next to an architectural column, wearing a long coat. He is about 40-45 years of age.

9. On reverse: "Father's Aunt Edward (Martha, Pat) Miss E Jefferies" is handwritten in old period pencil. Photographer: Unmarked, Unknown. Appears to be earlier, as in 1860's. This is an 1860's beautiful and intimate portrait of a handsome woman approximately in her thirties.

10. On reverse: "Charlotte Sophia Holgate (sister of mother), afterwards Mrs A Solley of White Roding, Essex" handwritten in old blue fountain pen ink and autographed or hand signed by "H.J. Jeffries" in brown-black ink. Photographer Stacey Photo in Dunmow (The following Stacey family photographers worked in Dunmow: William Stacey, Elizabeth Stacey, and Reginald Stacey. It is an 1870's image, light in tone, we have enhanced the tone of the scan. A woman wearing a Victorian hat, in a full and beautiful pose.

11. On reverse: "Jessie (one of mother's sisters) afterwards Mrs Johnson" also boldly signed or autographed "H.J. Jeffries" on reverse. Photographer: Gillman & Masslin, Victoria Photographic Studio, 9 Magdalen Street, Oxford, England. (known to be Charles Gillman and George William Masslin, in the photography business from 1875 to 1889) Oxford is in South East England, Oxfordshire and known as the home of the University of Oxford.  This is an 1870's image of a young woman, and has some tonal spotting. Her image can still be seen clearly. She appears about 30 years old, which is a guess.

12. On reverse: "Mrs. Edbrook, Aunt Harriet's Mother" is handwritten in old period pencil. Photographer: D.H. Speakman, late Stortz, Artist & Photographer, 6 1/2 Upper Parade, Leamington. (known to be owned by earlier photographer Philip Christian Stortz and then bought by D.H. Speakman, whom we believe to be Daniel Harry Speakman in England census records) This is an 1860's image of a woman who appears in her fifties, full length pose with silk dress, book in hand, slight smile, and quite matronly. 

Found in Public Genealogy Records:
Harry Jocelyn Jeffries England & Wales Birth Registration Index
Name: Harry Jocelyn Jeffries, born 1855 (Harold J. Jeffries)
Event Type: Birth Registration
Registration Quarter: Jul-Aug-Sep
Registration Year: 1855
Event Place: Kensington, London, England, United Kingdom

Harry J Jeffries England and Wales Census, 1871
Event Place: St Luke Chelsea, London, Middlesex, England
Age: 15, Son
Marital Status: Unmarried
Occupation: Assistant Clerk
Birth Year (Estimated) 1856
Birthplace: Paddington, Middlesex, England
Household Age Birthplace
John Jeffries Head M 43 Kensington, Middlesex (father)
Elenor J Jeffries Wife F 43 London, Middlesex (mother, also as Eleanor)
Sarah A Jeffries Daughter F 13 Paddington, Middlesex (sister)
Harry J Jeffries Son M 15 Paddington, Middlesex (himself)
Kate E Jeffries Daughter F 7 Emscote, Warwickshire (sister)
Sarah Jeffries Mother F 81 Woodstock, Oxfordshire (grandmother, and mother to John Jeffries)

1878 Hary Jocelyn Jefferies in England, Essex Parish Registers
Event Type: Intended Marriage
Event Date: 03 Nov 1878
Event Place: Great Dunmow, Essex, England
Marital Status: Married
Spouse's Name: Cathrine Agnes Holgate (Catherine Agnes Holgate Jeffries, also seen listed as Katherine Holgate Jeffries)

Catherine Agnes Holgate Jeffries died in 1891.
Their Children:
Herbert Holgate Jeffries, born 1880
Percy Jocelyn Jeffries 1881-1882
Eleanor Sarah Jeffries, born 1884

Son with 2nd wife Susan Cutts:
Edgar Harry Jeffries, born 1900

His 2nd marriage:
1898 Harry Joscelyn Jeffries England & Wales Marriage Registration Index
Name: Harry Joscelyn Jeffries
Event Type: Marriage
Registration Quarter: Jul-Aug-Sep
Registration Year: 1898
Event Place Edmonton, Middlesex, England
Harry Joselyn Jeffries married Susie Agnes Cutts

1898 Marriage Record of Harry Jocelyn Jeffries & Susan Agnes Cutts
Name: Harry Jocelyn Jeffries
Spouse's Name: Susie Agnes Cutts (Susan Cutts)
Event Date: 21 Aug 1898
Event Place: St. Mary's, Hornsey, Middlesex, England

1901 Harry Jocelyn Jeffries England & Wales Census, 1901
Event Date 31 Mar 1901
Event Place Fulham, London, Middlesex, England
Ecclesiastical Parish: Fulham Christ Church
Sub-District South Fulham, Coniger Road
Age 45
Occupation: Picture Frame Maker & Art Dealer
Birth Year (Estimated) 1856
Birthplace: Edgware Rd, London
Household Age Birthplace
Harry Jocelyn Jeffries, Head M 45 Edgware Rd, London
Susan Agnes Jeffries, Wife F 33 Lea, Wiltshire
Herbert Holgate Jeffries, Son M 21 Chelsea, London
Eleanor Sarah Jeffries, Daughter F 16 Chalk Farm, London
Edgar Harry Jeffries Jr., Son F 0 Fulham, London
Clementine Cutts, Sister-In-Law F 38 Brinkworth, Wiltshire

HARRY JOCELYN JEFFRIES 1901 England & Wales Census
Born in 1856 in Edgware Rd London Fulham. During the 1901 UK Census he was 45 years old and lived in London. He appears as the head of his house in the 1901 UK Census.
LAST NAME: Jeffries
FIRST NAME: Harry
MIDDLE NAME: Jocelyn
BIRTH YEAR: 1856
BIRTH PLACE: Edgware Rd London Fulham
COUNTY: London
AGE: 45
RESIDENCE: 24 Coniger Rd, Fulham, London
HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS:
Arthur Christer (age 70)
Ruth Christer (age 67)
Elizabeth Christer (age 28)
Harry Jocelyn Jeffries (age 45)
Susan Agnes Jeffries (age 33)
Herbert Holgate Jefferis (age 21)
Eleanor Sarah Jefferis (age 16)
Edgar Harry Jefferis (10m, Female)
Clementine Cutts (38, Female)
Francis Hy Gerguson (32, Male)

Harry Jocelyn Jeffries England & Wales Census, 1911
Event Place: Fulham, London, England
Age: 55
Marital Status: MARRIED
Occupation: PICTURE FRAME DESIGNER AND MAKER, GILDER AND ALSO FINE ART DEALER IN PICTURES, and GLASS
Birthplace: Edgware Rd Paddington

1920 Great Britian: Harry J Jeffries England & Wales Death Index 1837-2007
Name: Harry J Jeffries
Event Type: Death
Registration Quarter: Jul-Aug-Sep
Registration Year: 1920
Event Place: Fulham, London, England
Age: 65, birth year was 1855

Note: In purchasing scans, you will receive 12 high resolution 300 dpi image scans of the front and reverse of each photograph. In purchasing originals, you will receive all 12 original photos. You may purchase just the originals, or just scans, or both. Scans are automatically sent immediately upon order.

These 12 photos were found all together in Pickering, Ryedale district, North Yorkshire County, England UK. A beautiful family set of 12 English photos rich with genealogy, all clearly signed. There is a wonderful 1930's reproduction of an earlier 1856 ambrotype or daguerreotype photo of Harry Jocelyn Jeffries as a small baby on his mother Eleanor Jeffrie's lap. A beautiful set.

Size: each about 2.5 x 4 inches
Debra Clifford Ancestorville Genealogy    Note: Hello from ~debra. I have spent years collecting over 10,000 ID’d lost family photos & paper from US UK  flea markets & antique shops. I do the best gen research I can, but am always open to corrections. This is an original antique item, not a reprint. A new high quality rigid sleeve is included for extra protection, especially during shipping. You may buy a piece alone, or large intimate 300 dpi scans of the front and back sent immediately via email, or both. Please search carefully, as they are often found together and many may be related. I also invite you to join me at Ancestorville Genealogy on facebook. Thank you, enjoy! ~Debra Clifford (contact info on top bar)

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