The photo id for this photograph is 841, in the People album.

Family

Albert Leonard Brooks, his wife Edith Alice Brooks, and children Margaret Winifred, William (Bill) and Alice.

The little boy in the centre is Bill Brooks in photograph 120 - Footballer on right-hand side of back row, late of Wharf Road. (In the football photograph, you can see strong family resemblance to Dad !)

Edith Alice Brooks in the photo is the same lady in photograph no. 117, sitting on the bench with her little dog.

Also in the photo is Margaret Winifred Brooks who is "Mrs Winterbottom" in photograph 133.

Albert Leonard Brooks is also in photograph 842.

Photograph sent to us by Gnatalee.

Photograph added 26th February 2014

Comments

Comment 1

Left by Brenda Whelan (Heathcote) on the 26th February 2014

What a brilliant photo. I lived near Bill on Wharf Road. My grandparents lived at 17 Macc Road near Winnie and Jack.

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