- Lorry driven by William Henry Taylor in WW1 (29 KB)
I am not absolutely certain that William himself is in this picture, but if so think he is most likely to be the man on the far right. Note the solid tyres - the lorry could not have been comfortable to ride in.
- William Henry Taylor & friend c 1914-18 (26 KB)
William is seated in this photograph and looks much more mature than in his wedding. The friend has not been identified but is known within the family by the nickname "Sheepwash" - I am not certain why though I have discovered that the surname "Shepwash" does exist.g photograph.
- Wedding photo WH Taylor/MM Whatley 1916 (26 KB)
William and Mildred are standing, with William's sister Ellen and brother Charles seated. It would be unimaginable these days for the happy couple to be pushed into the back of the picture behind the groom's siblings.
- Rosemary Thomas, 1928-2004, and colleagues c 1964 (84 KB)
This photograph appeared in a Swansea newspaper. It is my favourite picture of my aunt, and shows her exactly as I remember her when I was a young child.
- Mary Irene Griffiths, c 1965 (5 KB)
I believe this was taken while Mary's daughter and my father were still courting.
- Me as a baby in 1966! (44 KB)
Me being proudly shown off by my father John, surrounded by his sister Rosalie, mother Mildred (seated), father William Henry, and mother in law Mary. I well remember the uncomfortable wooden chair my grandmother was sitting in!