Descendants of Ralph Sydney SMITH my Great-Grandfather. Margaret Hamilton email@example.com
Ralph Smith of Ballingarry, county Tipperary, was descended from a family of that name originally based in Durham in the north of England. He settled in county Tipperary in the 17th century. His descendants married members of the Jackson, Cornwall, Cooke and Drought families. Ralph Smith of Lismacrory and Milford married Elizabeth Stoney of Greyfort and died in 1814. Their son Ralph Smith married Elizabeth Firman of Firmount and died in 1835 when he was succeeded by his son Ralph Smith Smith, who married Rebecca Bunbury of Lisbryan. At the time of Griffith's Valuation Ralph Smith held an estate in the parishes of Aglishcloghane, Dorrha and Lorrha, barony of Lower Ormond and William Sydney Smith held land in the parishes of Templebeg and Upperchurch, barony of Kilnamanagh Upper. In July 1852 over 800 acres, the estate of Ralph Smith Smith in county Tipperary was advertised for sale. In March 1857 the estate of Ralph S. Smith's son Richard Flood Smith, a minor, including Milford House and demesne, was advertised for sale. In November 1880 the estate of Henry Ellis Smith at Ballymona, 298 acres in the barony of Lower Ormond was advertised for sale. The Smiths of Gurteen and Mount Butler were branches of this family.
Ralph Sydney SMITH, son of Ralph SMITH (died 1835) & Elizabeth Firman, was born in Milford House Bray Co Wexford Ireland.
Ralph Sydney married Rebecca BUNBURY, daughter of Thomas Stephen BUNBURY-ISSAC and Maria GREENE, 21st May 1841 in Ireland. Rebecca was born about 1805. They had six children: Ella Bessie Adelaide, Richard Flood, Francis Langton, Charles Cussick, Thomas George and Ralph Bunbury.
Ella Bessie Adelaide SMITH was born in Ireland.
Ella Bessie Adelaide married Colonel ROLLISON.
Richard Flood SMITH was born in Ireland.
Francis Langton SMITH was born in Ireland.
Charles Cussick SMITH was born in Ireland.
Thomas George SMITH was born in Ireland, died in Nhill Victoria Australia, and was buried in Nhill Cemetery Victoria Australia.
Ralph Bunbury SMITH was born in 1847 in Tipperary Ireland, died on 8 December 1930 in Nhill Public Hospital Victoria Australia at age 83, and was buried on 9 December 1930 in Methodist Section Nhill Cemetery Victoria Australia. The cause of his death was Carcinoma of Pancreas Cardiac Failure.
Ralph Bunbury married Elizabeth Sarah WALLIS, daughter of James WALLIS and Jane HILLIER, in 1871 in Dublin South Australia. Elizabeth Sarah was born on 23 September 1853 in Tanunda South Australia, died on 30 July 1897 in Halpin Park Nhill Victoria Australia at age 43, and was buried on 31 July 1897 in Nhill Cemetery Victoria Australia. The cause of her death was Phthisis - 7 years - Pulmonary tuberculosis or a similar progressive systemic disease. Another name for Elizabeth Sarah was Walliss. They had eight children: Mary Jane, Alice Annie, Frances Ellen "Nell," Thomas Bunbury, Elizabeth Rose, Florence Maud Sarah, George Ralph and Charles James "Jim" William.
SMITH—WALLISS.—On the 7th August, by licence, by the Rev. S. Gray, Ralph Bunbury
Smith, to Miss Sarah Walliss, both of, Lower Light.
South Australian Register Friday 11 August 1871
SMITH—WALLISS.--On the 7th August, by the Rev. S. Gray, of Two Wells, Ralph Bunbury
Smith, to Elizabeth Sarah Walliss, third daughter of James Walliss, of Tanunda, both of Dublin.
The South Australian Advertiser Tuesday 15 August 1871
Ralph was educated for High Church of England ministry at Mymouth College and lived at "Milford House" Bray England. Ralph came to Australia in approx 1865, 7 years in South Australia, 42 years in Victoria. Memory of Granddaughter Alice Convary - he was living near Halpin Park, Nhill Victoria, a fine old gentleman with a long flowing beard. He was a well-educated man and in his youth his parents put him into a college to become a priest but his grandmother did not like this so she quietly removed him from the college and paid his fare to Australia. Here he made a lot of money but once again the curse of drink cost him his home and savings.
Came to Portland Bay 1865, Adelaide for a while, then Bordertown South Australia - the family moved to Nhill in 1887.
Elizabeth Sarah lived 35 years South Australia, 8 years Victoria
At the time of Elizabeth's death in 1897 at the age of 43 years her children were: -
Mary Jane - deceased
Alice 21 yrs
Ellen 19 yrs
Thomas 17 yrs
Rose 15 yrs
Florence 13 yrs
George 9 yrs
James 6 yrs
Dublin Primitive Methodist Church Religious
Town or locality: Dublin, South Australia
Date established: 1881
Ceased operation: 1967
Established by: Local people of the Primitive Methodist faith.
The original land grant for Lot 51 Hundred of Dublin was purchased by Isaac Birtwistle on 23 August 1876. Mr. Anthony purchased the property on 2 August 1880.
The first Primitive Methodist Church Trustees at Dublin were: William Crosby - storekeeper, Rev Samuel Gray - Minister from the Two Wells Church, Jonathon Porter, Joel Prime, Ralph Bunbury Smith and John Martin all farmers of Dublin.
In 1880 a tender from Mr Fielding was accepted to build the church for 335 pounds.
On 10th and 12th October 1880 six foundation stones were laid, one on each corner of the building and one either side of the front door. The six ladies involved in the ceremony were: Mesdames W. Crosby, J. Prime, J. Porter, G.H. Lindsay, Misses Martin and Forbes. The Reverends Gray and Underwood conducted the service.
The church was completed for a cost of 500 pounds and opened in February 1881 with Reverend Clark of Victoria officiating at the service.
Records indicate that the debt owing on the church was cleared during the ministry of Reverend Dinglle 1900-1910.
In 1900, prior to church union, the Primitive Methodist Church circuit comprised of the following: Dublin, Barabba, Lower Alma, Mallala, Feltwell and Shannon churches
A very old and respected resident of Nhill, Mr Ralph B Smith, passed away at his residence Halpin Park at noon today at the age of 83 years, the cause of death being senile decay.
Deceased was born in the County of Tipperary, Ireland and came to Portland Bay 65 years ago.
He resided in Adelaide for a time and afterwards removed with his family to Bordertown but came to reside in Nhill in 1887.
The late Mr Smith was secretary and sexton of the Nhill Cemetery for a period of 36 years and until a few years ago he was caretaker of the local parks.
He took a keen interest in the Victoria Street gardens, and personally obtained shrubs and seeds from the curators of the Botanical Gardens in Melbourne and Brisbane to plant in Victoria Street.
During his long residence in Nhill he made a host of friends who regret the demise of a grand old pioneer. Until a few weeks back he was able to visit the Victoria Street gardens which he tended so long.
His wife predeceased him in 1897.
Sympathy is expressed for the bereaved family viz, Mrs J Convary (Gilgandra NSW) Mrs C Geddes (Melbourne) Mrs F Kossatz (Netherby) Messrs Thomas, George and James Smith (Gilgandra). Mrs F Jones and Miss Mary Smith are deceased.
The remains will be interred in the Methodist division of the Nhill cemetery tomorrow (Tuesday) 9 December 1930.
Nhill Newspaper - Monday 8 December 1930
Mary Jane SMITH was born on 22 May 1872 in Dublin South Australia, died on 20 May 1893 in Nhill Public Hospital Victoria Australia at age 20, and was buried on 22 May 1893 in Nhill Cemetery Victoria Australia. The cause of her death was Typhoid Fever. She never married and had no children.
Nhill Publications 1893
Alice Annie SMITH was born on 9 December 1875 in Dublin South Australia, died on 13 October 1957 in 99 Miller Street Gilgandra NSW Australia at age 81, and was buried on 15 October 1957 in Gilgandra Cemetery NSW Australia. The cause of her death was Heart Attack.
Alice Annie married John CONVARY, son of Peter CONVERY and Elizabeth "Annie" FLEMMING, on 16 February 1898 in Brougham Street Nhill Victoria Australia. John was born in 1875 in Ballarat Victoria Australia, died on 19 June 1923 in Gilgandra District Hospital NSW Australia at age 48, and was buried on 21 June 1923 in Gilgandra Cemetery NSW Australia. The cause of his death was Killed by train at Gilgandra. Another name for John was John O'Haunlan FLEMMING-CONBERRY. They had six children: Peter John, Glen Halpin, Clarence John, Lawrence "Laurie" James, Leonard George and Alice Annie.
Marriage Notes: Witnesses to the wedding were William Harris and Margaret Convary.
At the time of John's death in 1923 - their children were aged
Peter - deceased
Glen - 22
Clarence - 18
Lawrence - 10
Leonard - 7
Alice - 2
Alice paid 7/6 pence for mortuary fees after the death of John. To survive she sold fruit, jams and sewed for the people of Gilgandra.
Obituary - Gilgandra Newspaper October 1957.
Mrs Alice Annie Convary
As briefly mentioned in last issue the death occurred of an old Gilgandra resident on the night of Sunday 13th inst in the person of Mrs Alice Annie Convary at the advanced age of 82 years. The late Mrs Convary retired to rest on the Sunday night apparently in her normal health and passed away in her sleep. She had been a sufferer from heart trouble for some years past.
Born in Dublin South Australia deceased later moved with her parents to Nhill Victoria. She and her husband came to Gilgandra in 1915 where she had lived ever since. Her husband pre-deceased her in 1923.
She was a highly respected and esteemed resident liked by all with who she came in contact and the sad news of her sudden demise was received with regret on all sides.
She is survived by a family of four sons Glen (Gilgandra) Laurie (Gilgandra) Clarrie (Rabaul New Guinea) and Leonard (Gosford) and one daughter Alice (Mrs I Reichelt of Sydney). Two brothers Messrs James and Thomas Smith both of Gilgandra, also survive her and two sisters Mrs R Kossatz of Netherby Victoria and Mrs C Geddes of Melbourne.
To the bereaved family the sympathy of many friends in these parts is extended in their sad loss.
The funeral left the Methodist Church on Tuesday of last week following a service conducted by Rev. L.L. Arthur who also officiated at the grave side. Funeral arrangements were conducted by A.H. Ross.
"one of the good old timers, always had something for anyone in need" quote from son-in-law Ivan Reichelt 18/10/2002
From his date of birth John was not fathered by Peter Convary as he died 29 October 1869 and John born in 1875
On John's birth certificate the father column also says illegitimate, mother "Annie Flemming now Conberry", obviously misheard Convary. The informant is Margaret Smeaton "a friend". Witnesses nurse Mrs Henry (difficult to read). John was born in Ballarat and his name is registered as John O'Haunlan.
John occupied Allotments 69 to 70 Parish of Purchember in 1899.
Family moved from Victoria by Horse and Wagon. John was a Bricklayer and settled in Gilgandra in 1914. Family lived in Balladoran Road, Vera Street and Miller St Gilgandra NSW Australia.
Inquest was held into John's death on 21 June 1923.
Convary, John - Late of Gilgandra - Bricklayer
8 Sep 1923. On this date letter of Administration of the Estate of the said deceased were granted to Alice Annie Convary of Gilgandra, the widow of the said deceased. Bond in amount of 250 pounds Sureties William Pearce C/- Gilgandra Railway, Ganger and George Ralph Smith of "Widgory" near Tooraweenah farmer. Intestate died at Gilgandra 19 June 1923. Estate sworn at 108.0.0 pounds nett.
Death Certificate: Cause of death - Effects of injuries accidentally received through being sun over by a train at Gilgandra.
Finding at Inquest held at the Court House Gilgandra NSW on 21 June 1923.
Memories from Elizabeth Keong from her Dad Len Convery - August 2012
Dad used to say the his father was actually called up to Gilgandra to work because he was know as a ?master "keystone setter" which is why Dad was almost born in a covered wagon on the way up from Victoria- might be why he was always happier with wheels under him!
John did the key stone in the church in Gilgandra and supervised some of the construction not certain if I went to the right church when we were in Gil 2009 - the original section is still solid but the newer extension was going to have to be replaced
1)john is not mentioned on either the brickworks or the church website
2)the dates are a bit stange as Dad was born 1915 and the church records show it wasn't started til about few years later- delayed by WW1. the church was built with funds donated by an englishman for the care of his son during WW1.
Dad said the house they lived in when John died had a brick pit in the backyard and he made the bricks for the house there.
Len had the job of herding the goats to a paddock near school but he had to carry his shoes and only put them on while he was at school
Dad had a real thing about Mum making her own clothes
I believe Glen dropped out of school to support them
Peter John CONVARY was born on 1 March 1900 in Nhill Victoria Australia, died on 1 April 1900 in Nhill Victoria Australia,1 and was buried in April 1900 in Nhill Cemetery Victoria Australia. The cause of his death was Enteritis - 3 weeks. He never married and had no children.
Glen Halpin CONVARY was born on 5 April 1901 in Nhill Victoria Australia, died on 8 January 1966 in Gilgandra District Hospital NSW Australia at age 64, and was buried on 11 January 1966 in Gilgandra Cemetery NSW Australia. The cause of his death was Bowel Cancer.
Glen Halpin married Mary Ellen "Molly" HOWARD, daughter of John HOWARD and Charlotte Maude VIDLER, in 1925 in Gilgandra Methodist Church NSW Australia. Mary Ellen "Molly" was born on 18 June 1905 in Macalister Crookwell NSW Australia, died on 10 July 1996 in Gilgandra NSW Australia at age 91, and was buried on 12 July 1996 in Gilgandra Cemetery NSW Australia. They had one daughter:
Clarence John CONVARY was born on 21 January 1905 in Nhill Victoria Australia, died on 10 April 1971 in Woy Woy NSW Australia at age 66, and was buried in April 1971 in Northern Suburbs Crematorium Sydney NSW Australia. The cause of his death was Heart Failure.
Clarence John married Annie "Nancy" CHILDS, daughter of William Charles CHILDS and Rosa Caroline FREEMAN, on 13 March 1929 in Gilgandra Methodist Church NSW Australia. Annie "Nancy" was born on 31 March 1906 in Ellam Victoria Australia, died on 1 July 1974 in Prince Alfred Hospital Camperdown NSW Australia at age 68, and was buried on 3 July 1974 in Northern Suburbs Crematorium Sydney NSW Australia. The cause of her death was Cancer. They had three children:
Lawrence "Laurie" James CONVARY was born on 11 November 1910 in Wonthaggi Victoria Australia, died on 26 November 1970 in Gilgandra NSW Australia at age 60, and was buried in November 1970 in Gilgandra Cemetery NSW Australia. The cause of his death was Heart Failure.
Lawrence "Laurie" James married Florence "Toss" Emma NAYLOR, daughter of John "Jack" William NAYLOR and Alice May STEWARD, in 29 September 1943 in Congregational Church Orange NSW Australia. Florence "Toss" Emma was born in 1919 in Orange NSW Australia, died on 31 December 1950 in Orange NSW Australia at age 31, and was buried on 1 January 1951 in Orange Cemetery NSW Australia. The cause of her death was Killed in car accident at Orange NSW. They had no children.
Inquest on death of Woman - Bathurst Sunday 31 December 1950 - as reported in local paper.
A verdict of accidental death was returned by the Coroner, Mr W Bromhead, at an inquest held today at Bathurst Court House following the death of a Gilgandra woman early this morning.
The dead woman was Mrs Florence Emma Convary, 31, of Miller Street Gilgandra who died from head injuries received in a car accident near The Rocks.
The car, which was driven by her husband Lawrence James Convary overturned after striking the broken surface of the roadway near The Rocks, approximately 11 miles from Bathurst on the Mitchell Highway.
The accident occurred shortly before seven o'clock this morning.
Constable Allan Curtis stated that Mrs. Convary was sitting in the front seat of the car, near the door.
She was flung out as the car capsized over a three-foot-high embankment.
The Policeman said the car had rolled on her.
A passenger in the vehicle, Raymond Jack Naylor of Prince Street Orange and brother of the dead woman, said he noticed the car swerve sharply after it hit the hill.
Also in the car was Naylor's wife Betty, and his mother and father Mr and Mrs Jack Naylor.
Buried in Church of England section. D 413 Orange Cemetery NSW Australia
Lawrence "Laurie" James next married Jean Evelyn "Lyn" HUNTER, daughter of Henry HUNTER and Frances, on 13 April 1957 in Drummoyne Methodist Church NSW Australia. Jean Evelyn "Lyn" was born on 4 February 1918 in Meadowbank Sydney NSW Australia, died on 8 February 2002 in Gilgandra District Hospital NSW Australia at age 84, and was buried on 13 February 2002 in Gilgandra Cemetery NSW Australia. The cause of her death was Cancer. They had no children.
Leonard George CONVARY was born on 20 May 1915 in Family home 3 klms from Gilgandra NSW Australia, died on 3 May 1985 in 3 Florence Avenue Gosford NSW Australia at age 69, and was buried on 7 May 1985 in Palmdale Crematorium Ourimbah Gosford NSW Australia. The cause of his death was Heart attack.
Leonard George married Nathalie "Nath" Margaret TAYLOR, daughter of Herbert Edward TAYLOR and Beryl Irene BUTTENSHAW, on 6 November 1939 in Newcastle NSW Australia. Nathalie "Nath" Margaret was born on 22 January 1914 in Nymagee NSW Australia, died on 19 January 1998 in 3 Florence Avenue Gosford NSW Australia at age 83, and was buried in January 1998 in Palmdale Crematorium Ourimbah Gosford NSW Australia. The cause of her death was Pneumonia. They had one daughter
Alice Annie CONVARY was born on 27 October 1920 in Family Home On Balladoran Road 3 Klms From Gilgandra NSW Australia, died on 16 February 1996 in St George Hospital Kogarah NSW Australia at age 75, and was buried on 19 February 1996 in Woniora Cemetery Sutherland NSW Australia. The cause of her death was Lung Cancer. Another name for Alice Annie was "Adie".
Alice Annie married Ivan Conrad REICHELT, son of Ernest "Albert" REICHELT and Christina "Lena" DECKERT, on 26 April 1943 in Gilgandra Methodist Church NSW Australia. Ivan Conrad was born on 29 January 1917 in Family Home "Lynsdale" Lorquon Victoria Australia. They had five children.
Frances Ellen "Nell" SMITH was born on 28 August 1877 in Dublin South Australia, died in 19 January 1973 in 87 Chapel Street St Kilda Melbourne Victoria Australia at age 95, and was buried in 24 January 1973 Fawkner Cemetery Melbourne Victoria Australia. Was living at 87 Chapel Street St Kilda Melbourne Victoria at the time of her death. Shown as Roman Catholic
Frances Ellen "Nell" married Charles Michael GEDDES son of John Geddes and Mary Chronical in 1894 in Victoria Australia. Charles was born in 1864 in Victoria Australia. Charles Geddes was a Jockey. They had one son: Ralph Charles Francis.
Ralph GEDDES was born 1894 in Hawthorn Victoria Australia and died in 15 December 1908 and was buried 18 December 1908 in Fawkner Cemetery Melbourne Victoria Australia. The cause of his death was Drowned in the Yarra River Melbourne aged 14 years. He never married and had no children.
Ralph was living at 14 Chapel Street North Melbourne at the time of his death.
CASUALTIES AND FATALITIES BOY DROWNED. The Argus Melbourne Victoria 17 December 1908
Ralph Geddes, 14 years of age, went swimming in the free baths near the Morgue on Tuesday evening with three companions. The four left the baths about dusk, and Geddes and a little boy named Denis Doran went down some steps to sail paper boats in the Yarra. While thus engaged Geddes had a fit, fell into the water, and was drowned, and Doran was so frightened that he told nobody till 10 o'clock. Dragging operations were carried on by the police yesterday, and resulted, at about 4 o'clock, in the finding of the body about 100 yards from where the boy had fallen in. Constable H. Riordan took it to the Morgue, where an inquest will be held. Geddes' parents live at Chapel-street, North Melbourne.
An inquest was held on 19 December 1908 by R H Cole Coroner Melbourne Victoria Australia.
Thomas Bunbury SMITH was born on 9 December 1879 in Dublin South Australia, died on 8 September 1962 in Hurstville Sydney NSW Australia at age 82, and was buried in September 1962 in Woronora Cemetery Sutherland Sydney NSW Australia. He never married and had no children.
Elizabeth Rose SMITH was born on 10 March 1884 in South Australia, died on 5 June 1966 in Nhill Victoria Australia at age 82, and was buried in June 1966 in Nhill Cemetery Victoria Australia.
Elizabeth Rose married Frederick William KOSSATZ, son of Friedrich Wilhelm KOSSATZ and Amalie ESCHNER, in 1903 in Nhill Victoria Australia. Frederick William was born on 4 December 1881 in Edithburgh South Australia, died on 28 October 1943 in Nhill Victoria Australia at age 61, and was buried in October 1943 in Nhill Cemetery Victoria Australia. They had six children: Florence Rose, Albert Leslie, Vera Bertha, Ellen May "Nell," Lila Jean and Lawrence Frederick Ralph.
Florence Rose KOSSATZ was born on 28 March 1902 in Nhill Victoria Australia, died on 29 July 1958 at age 56, and was buried in August 1958 in Preston Victoria Australia.
Florence Rose married Frederick George PIKE on 27 March 1935 in Preston Victoria Australia. Frederick George was born in 1900 in England. They had one daughter
Albert Leslie KOSSATZ was born in 1905 in Nhill Victoria Australia, died in 1905 in Nhill Victoria Australia, and was buried in 1905 in Nhill Cemetery Victoria Australia. He never married and had no children.
Vera Bertha KOSSATZ was born on 5 March 1910 in Nhill Victoria Australia, died on 4 August 1983 in Nhill Victoria Australia at age 73, and was buried in August 1983 in Nhill Cemetery Victoria Australia.
Vera Bertha married Stanley John Claremont REED on 14 February 1937 in Nhill Methodist Church Victoria Australia. Stanley John Claremont was born on 16 January 1909 in East Coolgardie Western Australia, died on 6 May 1983 in Nhill Victoria Australia at age 74, and was buried in May 1983 in Nhill Cemetery Victoria Australia. They had two children:
Ellen May "Nell" KOSSATZ was born on 12 July 1912 in Nhill Victoria Australia.
Ellen May "Nell" married Maxwell Vitrurious ETHERTON, son of ETHERTON and Unknown, on 12 February 1938 in Nhill Methodist Church Victoria Australia. Maxwell Vitrurious was born on 23 November 1911 in Nhill Victoria Australia, died on 24 March 2004 in Rainbow Victoria Australia at age 92, and was buried in March 2004 in Rainbow Victoria Australia. They had one son
Lila Jean KOSSATZ was born in Nhill Victoria Australia.
Lawrence Frederick Ralph KOSSATZ was born on 21 March 1917 in Nhill Victoria Australia, died on 18 May 1990 in Rainbow Victoria Australia at age 73, and was buried in May 1990 in Nhill Cemetery Victoria Australia.
Lawrence Frederick Ralph married Gwen WEIR in 1972. They had no children.
Florence Maud Sarah SMITH was born in 14 Jan 1885 in South Australia, died before 1930, and was buried before 1930.
Florence Maud Sarah married Frederick Joseph JONES 1905 in Subiaco Perth Western Australia. They had one daughter: Florence Kathleen.
Florence Kathleen JONES was born 1906 Perth Western Australia and died 17 July 1988 in Melbourne Victoria Australia and was buried in July 1988 in Fawkner Cemetery Melbourne Victoria Australia
Florence married Sydney MARSHALL on 19 November 1932 in St Alban's Church of England Armidale Victoria Australia. Sydney was born 1903 in England, son of Sydney Marshall and Jenny Baker, and died 1983 in Victoria Australia. They had one son: Donald.
George Ralph SMITH was born on 1 February 1888 in Bordertown South Australia, died on 15 November 1955 in Gilgandra NSW Australia at age 67, and was buried in November 1955 in Gilgandra Cemetery NSW Australia. He never married and had no children.
Charles James "Jim" William SMITH was born on 5 October 1891 in Nhill Victoria Australia, died on 28 December 1964 in Gilgandra District Hospital NSW Australia at age 73, and was buried in January 1965 in Methodist Cemetery Gilgandra NSW Australia.
Charles James "Jim" William married Melvina Rosina "Rose" Adelaide MITCHELL, daughter of James Drysdale MITCHELL and Sarah ROBERTS, on 3 March 1914 in Nypo Victoria Australia. Melvina Rosina "Rose" Adelaide was born on 31 March 1888 in Nantawarra South Australia, died on 25 May 1980 in Newcastle NSW Australia at age 92, and was buried in May 1980 in Methodist Cemetery Gilgandra NSW Australia. They had eight children: Clarence James, Lawrence George, Merlin Gilbert, Edna "Jean," Maxwell "Max" Ralph, Phyllis Evelyn, James William and Stanley James.
Possibly photo of sisters Alice and Rose Smith
Alice and Mary Smith
Tom with cat, Jim standing and George sitting