Alma and Peggy Hanlon, with their aunt, Ivy Swindell (née Jones), and cousin Jean Swindell, at Ivy and Ivor's house in Essex Road, Barking, June 1935.
L to R: Jack Bennett, Evelyn Bennett (nee Roberts), Fanny Waters (nee Roberts), Dorothy Bennett (nee Williams) and John Bennett
Elizabeth Bate (nee Williams) with her 1st Great Grandson Martin Robert Bennett. The photograph was taken on Martins 1st Birtday 27 Novemeber 1983.
Maggie (née Jones) and Hugh Austin Hanlon, outside the family home 109 North Hill Street, Liverpool 8, circa 1935
Ellen Thompstone Booth painted in 1826 by the society miniaturist Albin Roberts Burt
Four generations. Seated, Mary Andrew Hanlon (née Crawford), seated on the arm of the chair Maggie Hanlon (née Jones) her daughter in law, standing behind Maggie is Hugh Austin Hanlon, her husband and son of Mary Andrew Hanlon, beside Hugh Austin is Peggy Swindell (née Hanlon) the daughter of Hugh and Maggie Hanlon and the first of their eleven children, and standing on the other arm of the chair Margaret Swindell, the daughter of Peggy, granddaughter of Hugh and Maggie, and great granddaughter of Mary Andrew Hanlon. The photo was taken at Mary Andrew Hanlon's house the day after the marriage of Alma Hanlon to Bunty Spreag.
This photo shows William Holland seated holding his great-grandson Eric Holland. Standing are John (Jack) Holland and his son John(Jack) Holland. It was taken at the front of 100,Church Lane Lowton. William,John Snr, John Jnr and Eric.......4 Generations.( Around 1945)
Margaret Livesley (Reeves) with two of her daughters Elizabeth and Annie
Leslie, Margaret, Ethel,Doris and Jack (John) and Eric Hollands Wedding.
Peter and Maggie Ward in the front garden of their home in Ashwood Avenue, Lowton
Peter Ward at the front right and his brother James front left. Sitting next to James is their grandma Mary Prescott and next to her holding on to Peter is her sister Sarah Bate (nee Prescott). On the left at the back is my Maggie Prescott, in the centre is Alice Bate( who married William Britch) and at the back on the right is my Peter Ward Snr. Peter Ward Jr looks about 7 which would date the photo about 1928 .This means that Frederick Bate (Sarah's husband had been dead about 27 years as he died young at 34. Alice would be about 31, Maggie would be about 37, Mary Prescott would be about 60,Peter Ward Snr would be about 40 and Sarah would be about 68.
Edwin holding his grand-daughter Dorothy
Tom Booth Pyatt with his wife Hannah and their children
The wedding day photograph of Gavin (Wilford Gavin) and Kath Jack. Note the painting of the old Baxter residence 'Dutton Hall' on the wall behind the couple.
From L to R @ Moira (wife of Rex), Jane (wife of Roy), Rex and Joyce Baxter
Ida Baxter (nee Hammond) and her sons (Roy and Gordon) taken some time soon aftr the end of World War 2