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FAMILY PHOTO GALLERY
The first photo is My Grandma Peggy 1954 at Butlins Skegness. The lovely crying pic is me (Kate) outside our house in Chelmsley Wood.
Grandma and grand daughter
1954 and 1981, Butlins and Helmsley Wood
Butlins and Helmsley Wood, 1954 and 1981
The youngest and oldest members of the Egan Family tree. Left: Me, Patricia Mary Rose born 21 May 1951. I am about 1 year old in this photo which was taken at a photography studio in Birmingham. Right: Amelia Rose Blackwood taken just after she was born on 19 January 2012 who is my great granddaughter - Holly is her mom (Amelia’s brother is Zachary Ronnie born 1 September 2014 My great grandson) and they are my pride and joy. It has been a privilege to have helped to care for them and watch them grow while still fit and able to do so. They are both lovely children and a credit to their parents.
Patricia Egan (now age 70), and Amelia (now age 10)
Approx 1954 - 1990, Hall Green, Birmingham
Hall Green, Birmingham, Approx 1954 - 1990
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Ivy Billingsley and Prince
Approx 1960, Rear of outdoor on Wilson Street, now demolished
Rear of outdoor on Wilson Street, now demolished , Approx 1960
This photograph shows three generations of women on my mother's side, on holiday at the seaside
My Mom Margo is the child on the right, my Aunty Carol the child in the middle and their cousin Lesley is on the left. My grandmother Betty Biddle is the lady on the right and her sister Margaret Carpmail (Aunty Peach) is on the left. In the middle is my great-grandmother Edith Jackson. At the time this picture was taken my great-grandmother lived on Merrivale Road in Smethwick where my Nan grew up. My Nan lived with her husband Ernie (who with Mr Webb set up the auction house Biddle and Webb) and her daughters in Erdington.
1949 , Somewhere at the seaside (probably Weston Super Mare)
Somewhere at the seaside (probably Weston Super Mare), 1949
Family photo of 4 kids from 4 families who are all 1st cousins
Emily Bryan of Powell Street Aston c1888 -taken at Aston Manor (Ja Fletcher) studio on Lichfield Road.
Emily Bryan later Woodhall
My grandad with his brother, dad and other family members in Nottingham
Great Grandad, Grandad and Great Uncle.
4 generations of my family. The first great-grandchild for my parents.
Me (Frances), my dad, Gordon, seated, my daughter, Helen, with her daughter, Katie-May
2014, At my home in Yardley, Birmingham
At my home in Yardley, Birmingham , 2014
A grandad (my dad) with all his grandchildren.
My dad and all the Grandkids.
2016, Belchers lane, Bordesley Green, Birmingham
Belchers lane, Bordesley Green, Birmingham, 2016
Three photographs of the female generations in the Egan family. Top left: my daughter Jayne Margaret Vickers (born 23 August 1969), and I. She was newly born here so I would have been 18. It was difficult having a child when you are no more than a girl yourself. I enjoyed being a mother and always did my best and worked hard, together with Jaynes father, to improve our lives. Middle: Holly Jayne Bennett (born 9 October 1989) with my daughter Jayne, her mom. Holly hasn’t had the easiest of lives, her dad died tragically at 32 when she was about 13. I think her life only really began when she had a family of her own. She is now studying to become a nurse. Right: Holly and Jayne taken holiday.
Patricia Egan, Jayne Vickers, and Holly Bennett
Approx. 1970 - 2001, Hall Green, Birmingham
Hall Green, Birmingham, Approx. 1970 - 2001
In this picture we are all family. As you can see we are a very multicultural family. All the younger girls are first cousins and the older ladies are sisters. Our Nanny was born in the Himalayas and was brought up in Assam where she met our Grandad. He was Irish and they married and came back to UK. But not Birmingham, Newcastle. They moved to Birmingham to work on coal mines around 20 years after. My father's dad was brought up in Jamaica. He is Chinese Jamaican and my Grandad owned Fenkys Pattys in Hockley. My Nanny Fay was Jamaican. So, me Sophia cara, I feel one of a kind when I need to tick the box about my nationality, there isn't a box for me..... so I call myself a cocktail full of love
My Mom, Aunty's and Cousins
2020, 2 years ago
2 years ago, 2020
Cooper Family at home in Castle Vale
Mom and Dad, John and Patricia, my Brother Stephen, Sister Gail and I, small Sister Karen
1978, Castle Vale, Birmingham
Castle Vale, Birmingham, 1978
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