William Bambridge (19 mars 1820 - Wandsworth, mai 1879) était un professeur qui participa à une mission religieuse en Nouvelle-Zélande et un photographe anglais.

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  • William Bambridge (19 mars 1820 - Wandsworth, mai 1879) était un professeur qui participa à une mission religieuse en Nouvelle-Zélande et un photographe anglais.
  • William Samuel Bambridge (19 March 1820 – 1 May 1879) was a school-teacher who accompanied George Augustus Selwyn and William Charles Cotton in the Te Waimate mission, New Zealand before returning to England where he became photographer to Queen Victoria. Three of his sons became England international footballers.
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  • William Bambridge (19 mars 1820 - Wandsworth, mai 1879) était un professeur qui participa à une mission religieuse en Nouvelle-Zélande et un photographe anglais.
  • William Samuel Bambridge (19 March 1820 – 1 May 1879) was a school-teacher who accompanied George Augustus Selwyn and William Charles Cotton in the Te Waimate mission, New Zealand before returning to England where he became photographer to Queen Victoria. Three of his sons became England international footballers.
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  • William Bambridge
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