This photograph is mounted on card, on the reverse of which is a chart showing the names of some of the subjects.
The photograph was possibly taken in the back garden of Ingleside, 2 Field Road, home of William Brailsford Columbine and family. (Karen)
Front row centre, flanked by the two children, is Elizabeth Columbine (nee Wells), widow of John senior.
Seated to her right is her daughter Elizabeth Adeline Wells (nee Columbine).
And to Adeline’s right is her brother William Brailsford Columbine.
On the extreme right of the photograph is the youngest son, Martin Webster Columbine.
(The remaining adult on the front row, between Elizabeth and Martin Webster, is unnamed. Could this be John Columbine junior, the eldest son of John and Elizabeth?).
On the second row, from left to right, are ..
Fanny Columbine (nee Claringburn), wife of William Brailsford Columbine.
William Alfred (‘Alf’) Wells, husband of Elizabeth Adeline.
Minnie Adeline Harvey (nee Columbine), wife of Frederick Harvey and elder daughter of William Brailsford and Fanny Columbine.
Catherine Mary (‘Kate’) Columbine (nee Giles), wife of Martin Webster Columbine.
On the back row, from left to right, are …
Harold Brailsford Columbine, younger son of William Brailsford and Fanny.
Edith Frances Columbine, younger daughter of William Brailsford and Fanny.
Alfred Percy Wells, son of William Alfred and Elizabeth Adeline.
Jane Charlotte (‘Cissie’) Columbine (nee Goodall), wife of Harold Brailsford.
The final person on the back row is either Arnold Martin Columbine, son of Martin Webster and Catherine Mary,
or Frederick Harvey, husband of Minnie Adeline (nee Columbine).
The children are Harold Frederick Harvey, son of Frederick and Minnie Adeline, and Minnie Edith Columbine, daughter of Harold Brailsford and Jane Charlotte. By her feet is Minnie’s dolly (name unknown).
There is also a separate set of notes on the subjects. (see below)
Both were compiled by Kathleen Riley, later Cox, nee Haseldine, the great grand-daughter of John Columbine senior and thus the grandniece of Elizabeth Adeline.
From the collection of Andrew Knighton. Minnie would have been seven years old, the same age as in the picture