Alan's prompt this week is an unknown family group.
I can't claim that my pictures are of unknown groups, but at least they are groups with a family connection.
|Bob, Rachel and Amy|
This was taken on a quite eventful day. Rachel, in my arms had one arm in a sling after she had fallen of a low stood and suffered a greenstick fracture of her collar bone. Amy, my mother-in-law, appeared in my first Sepia Saturday post here This day out was meant to be a treat until the camel came too close, Rachel let out a scream and cried, "Daddy! The camel bit me."
For the sake of my security I'm not allowed to tell the year in which the photo was taken
I can guess that my next picture was taken at Christmas time and I know the event was in South Wales at either Six Bells or Abertillery.
|Bob's Mother (front left)|
You can see her again somtime in the early 1980's with two of her daughters-in law.
|Iris, Annie and Edna - 1980s|
Another group of my wife's family that I can date, but it may be pre-WWII.
|Amy and Bob plus two daughters (we think)|
Finally, my wife's Uncle George and two unknown children in Stamford, Lincolnshire, again date unknown.
This must be one of the few weeks in which that I have not had to resort to the internet for photos. It makes me realise how easy it is for people, dates and places to be forgotten when you look at family photos that are a lot less than 100 years old.
For other unknowns and takes on family groups cross over to Sepia-saturday-165.