travelling photographer, worked in New South Wales during the 1860s. He visited Tinonee in 1862 and was at Armidale in 1863, where he was reported as exhibiting views of Armidale, Uralla, Inverell and Bundarra as well as an 'excellent photograph of a large group of aborigines’. A Portrait of Anne Plummer, age four (c.1862), taken at Tinonee by the 'Scott-Archer Wet Plate Process’ (ambrotype), is in the Bathurst Technical College Museum.

In 1864 Ebye revisited Uralla and Rocky River. Three years later, he was working in partnership with G. Cobley at Glen Innes. The Illustrated Sydney News of 16 June 1866 reproduced a 'panoramic view of Armidale, New South Wales from a photograph by Mr Eyby’ which at some time previously had been drawn up for publication by J.R. Roberts and engraved by Walter Mason . A similar view was published in the Illustrated Melbourne Post .

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