Charles Edward Exley (1883-1933)

Charles Edward Exley was as a Honley-based photographer and painter.

Biography

He was born in Brandesburton, East Yorkshire, the son of Thomas Exley and his wife Emma.

By 1901, the family had moved to Honley where 17-year-old Charles was recorded in the census working as a domestic gardener.

By 1906, he had become a photographic artist and was residing at 9 High Royd, Honley, at the time of the 1911 Census.

The Royal Photographic Society's Annual Exhibition of 1906 included a photograph by Exley entitled "Summer Heat".[1]

By 1925, he was residing at 15 Upper Fold, Honley.

He died aged 49 and was buried on 8 June 1933 at St. Mary's Church, Honley.

Notes and References

  1. Information supplied by Peter Marshall of Honley Civic Society.

Charles Edward Exley (1883-1933)

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