John Falconer, British Library
A Biographical Dictionary of 19th Century Photographers in South and South-East Asia
Originally from Frankfurt, he was the first recorded calotypist at the Cape, with a studio at 96 Long Street, Cape Town in November 1849. Announced his intention of leaving the Cape in January 1850, but remained for some months more. By 1851 he had moved to India, with a studio in Esplanade Row, Calcutta. Appears to have moved to Burma (as a merchant rather than photographer) by the 1860s.
A.W. Roghe and Co., trading at Aykab in the early 1860s (or earlier?), but not listed as a photographer. In 1864 (or 1850s) he is listed as Vice Consul for Hamburg and Chairman of the Aykab Chamber of Commerce.
Not checked for 1852-65.