The Linford Family - early 1900s. Click on the above link for Tom Bridges and Winnie Linford's wedding photos.
Above: The Linford Family: William & Emily Linford and their children
Back Row from Left: William Henry Linford; "Ted" Brown (Alice's husband); Alice Linford ; Herbert Linford
Middle Row: Ethel Linford; Emily Linford & Robert William Norman Linford (1855-1942); Gertrude Linford.
Front Row: Winifred Linford (later, Mrs Tom Bridges), the youngest sister
Above: This photo was obviously taken at the same time as the one opposite. It could be Alice and Ted's wedding - they are in the centre of the photo, next to the rector - which would date it to 1914.
Click on the photo for a close up of faces and some names provided by Margaret Malcolm
Below: Mr & Mrs Henry Bailey - parents of Emily Linford
|Alice Linford, her husband Ted and their daughter Connie. Ted was killed in action before their second child was born and is buried in France
William Henry Linford and his wife Hilda. William worked for the M&GN Railway for many years and was stationmaster at Cromer
Gertie Linford's wedding to Horace "Horry" Oxborrow 1918. Her sister Alice (standing behind Gertie and holding the young child) was married in 1914 and widowed in 1916 with two young children. The little girl front left is probably Alice's eldest daughter Connie. Behind Alice, centre back is Dorothy Goodship who married Herbert Linford in 1922. Herbert and William jnr are absent from this photo because they were both still caught up in the war. Ethel is seated between Gertie and her mother. The gentleman far right with the bowler is believed to be Henry Bailey