Tuesday, February 19, 2019

52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks - Week 8 - Family Photo - J.W. Smith and Family

This year I have decided to take part in Amy Johnson Crow's 52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks blogging prompts. 

The theme for Week 8 (Feb. 18-24) is: Family Photo.

For this week's theme, Family Photo, I have chosen to share a photograph of my grandmother's family, taken at the time of my grandmother's wedding in 1936. 
My grandmother was the daughter of James William Smith and his second wife Agnes Fullerton

This photograph shows J.W. Smith, his wife Agnes, and 11 of J.W.'s 13 living children in 1936. 
J.W. Smith and Family, 1936. A scan of an original photograph. Click the image for a larger view.
J.W. Smith and his first wife Hanora Hanley married in 1897 and had four sons (James, Joseph, Cyril and Ivo) and one daughter (Audrey). Joseph died in 1902 when almost 6 months old. Hanora died in December 1908 at Elmore, Victoria, Australia. 

J.W. Smith and his second wife Agnes Fullerton were married in 1910 and had four sons (William, John, Robert, Francis) and five daughters (Dorothea, Ellen, Evelyn, Joyce and Kathleen). 

Using Adobe Photoshop Elements, I digitally added photographs of the two living children who were missing from the original 1936 photograph: James (Jim) and Cyril (Syd).

J.W. Smith and Family. Digital creation. Click the image for a larger view.
As part of a Smith family reunion, held in October 2017, I created a Facebook Group for the descendants of James William Smith and first wife Hanora Hanley and his second wife Agnes FullertonAll descendants are very welcome to request to join the Facebook Group.

© 2019. Australian Genealogy Journeys. This post was originally published at https://ausgenjourneys.blogspot.com/2019/02/52-ancestors-in-52-weeks-week-8-family.html
52 Ancestors in 52 weeks is © Amy Johnson Crow

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