Joshua Wardley
born circa 1826
son of Thomas Wardley of Manchester, England (1)
arrived Port Chalmers, Otago 13 June 1880 per "Dunbritton" from London as a steerage passenger with his wife Elizabeth and daughters Charlotte Wardley and Helen Wardley. (2)
died 15 April 1910 aged 84 (3 & 4)
buried Waikumete Cemetery, Wesley Division D Row 3, Plot 62 (4)

Elizabeth Wardley
died 16 June 1912 aged 75
buried Waikumete Cemetery, Wesley Division D Row 3, Plot 62 (4)

Chief landscape photographer for Wheeler & Son, Christchurch

NOTICE is hereby given, that Joshua Wardley, of Park-street, in Lytham, in the county of Lancaster. Stationer, has left in the office of the Chief Registrar of the Court of Bankruptcy, Quality-court, Chancery-lane, London, a list of his debts and liabilities, and a statement of his property and credits, as required by the Bankruptcy Amendment Act, 1868.—Dated this 17th day of December, 1869.
R. and W. Ascroft, Preston, Solicitors for the person registering the Deed.
The London Gazette, December 17, 1869, page 7171.

Census 1871 - 31 Henry Street, Lytham, Lancashire
Joshua Wardley, head mar, 45 Master Photographer and Local Preacher, born Crawshaw Book, Lancashire
Elizabeth Wardley wife mar 34 born Chorlton on Medlock, Lancashire
Charlotte Elizabeth Wardley dau 2 born Lytham, Lancashire

Revival Services.— A series of five special religious services, in connection with the Wesleyan Church, St. Albans, was commenced on Sunday evening, with a sermon in the church by the Rev J. B. Richardson. Last evening a revival service was held in the schoolroom, Mr Wardley, late of Manchester, conducted service, and delivered an earnest address on the subject, "Christ weeping over Jerusalem." The Rev Mr Garlick also briefly addressed the assembly. There was a large attendance. The remaining services of the course will be conducted by Mr J. Broughton and the Revs J. S. Bishworth and W. Baumber.
Star, Issue 3842, 10 August 1880, Page 2

Star, Issue 4939, 1 March 1884, Page 2

His sister Marion Wardley married 18 March 1884 at the Parish Church, Stretford to Thomas Hawthornthwaite Esq., of Rock Ferry, Liverpool. (1)

Star, Issue 5451, 27 October 1885, Page 2

Napier, Waipawa. Waipukurau, &C, &C.
High-Class Photography.
Messrs Hawley and Cole,
Hastings-Street, Napier,
In apologising to their patrons for delay in completion of orders, incident to alteration of promises to meet full requirements of the business, beg to inform them that these are completed.

Every department is now in full swing with ample accommodation for every purpose. The studio, fitted with the finest apparatus, is in sole charge of Mr Hawley, whose experience in the first studios of Sydney. Melbourne, and Christchurch, is sufficient guarantee that justice will be done to every sitter.

The financial, finishing, and Despatch Department is ably conducted by Mr Cole and efficient assistants. For the department specially devoted to production of permanent bromide opals Messrs Hawley have secured the services of Mr Wardley, for many years chief operator to Col. Parke, K.C.B, V.C., and staff of the Northern School of Musketry, England, and more recently for upwards of five years chief landscape photographer to Messrs Wheeler and Son, Christchurch. All outdoor work, interiors, &c., will be executed by Mr Wardley.

Messrs Hawley and Cole would call attention to the unprecedented sale of their deposit tickets, which will shortly reach the abnormal number of one thousand! entitling the holder to twelve enamelled cabinet photos and one superb permanent opal portrait, 15 x 12, for the total sum of
(One pound) £1. (One pound)
Price of ticket, 2s 6d; balance, 17s 6d, may be paid at time of sitting, which may take place any day up to 30th June, 1893. Tickets should be purchased before end of January, Messrs Hawley and Cole will immediately open branch studios in Waipawa, Waipukurau, &c., thereby saving sitters the trouble and expense of coming to Napier to be photographed.

Landscapes, marine views, interiors, outdoor groups, &c.
Specimens at studio.
Hawley and Cole, Hastings-Street, Napier.

Hawke's Bay Herald, Volume XXVIII, Issue 9267, 23 January 1893, Page 3

Hawley— Wardley. March 31, at St Matthew's Church, Hastings, Hawke's Bay, by the Rev J. Hobbs, Alfred Sibthorp, youngest son of James Hawley, Opawa, to Helen Turnbull (Nellie), youngest daughter of Joshua Wardley, Napier, late of Christchurch.
Star, Issue 4712, 2 August 1893, Page 2

(1) Star, Issue 4998, 10 May 1884, Page 2
(2) Otago Witness, Volume 15, Issue 1487, 15 May 1880, Page 14
(3) 1910/2181 Wardley Joshua 84Y
(4) Waikumete Cemetery online cemetery search

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