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Thank you to Elizabeth and others for photographs in this section.
photos 1 - 12 These photos all show members of the Australian branch of the TEAL line which is descended from Joseph Adamthwaite (photo 1) who emigrated to Australia and married Emma Smith (photo 2). They were taken from the Centenary publication about the Quambatook Adamthwaites and you can read more about this whole branch in the article in the Miscellany section 'Quambatook' and also read letters sent to Joseph and Emma from their mother and sister back home in England in 'Letters from home'
photos 3 - 11 show the children of Joseph and Emma:
photo 3 Annie Adamthwaite
photo 4 Edmund Adamthwaite at his marriage to Ellen Gulley
photo 5 Frances Mary Adamthwaite (known as May)
photo 6 Arthur Adamthwaite
photo 7 Frederick Adamthwaite and his wife Lucy Bound
photo 8 Holderness Adamthwaite - he was killed in 1917 in WWI
photo 9 Isabelle Adamthwaite at her marriage to Frederick Kerrison
photo 10 Josephine Adamthwaite and her husband Herbert Plant
photo 11 Olive Adamthwaite
photo 12 Alf Adamthwaite, son of Edmund and Ellen
photo 13 Alf riding a cow
photo 14 Fred and Edmund during the harvest
photo 15 Fred, May and Edmund
the next few photos show descendants of Joseph's brother John Adamthwaite, who married Sarah Nicholson - their family also emigrated to Australia (this branch is sometimes known as the 'Beaufort Adamthwaites) - some of these photos were sent in by Lorraine:
photo 16 Joseph Nicholson Adamthwaite (1875-1944) in Ararat.
photo 17 is John Adamthwaite (1820-1900) son of Edmund and Ann Stout. He married Sarah Nicholson in 1846 and the couple sailed to Australia in 1857 on the 'White Star'. He and his family were farmers in Victoria, living in the Beaufort area at Waterloo.
photo 18 shows John's wife Sarah (Nicholson) with two of their children. Sarah was born in 1827 in Crosby Ravensworth, she died in 1883
photo 19 is Christopher Adamthwaite, one of John and Sarah's children and the first to be born after their arrival in Beaufort (b. 1858 - died 1937
photo 20 shows Emily (Newling), who married Christopher in 1884
photo 21 is Eva Maude Adamthwaite, one of Christopher and Emily's children, who was born in 1902. Eva married Gordon Brown in 1924.
photo 22 is the memorial stone to Joseph Adamthwaite who died in Quambatook in 1905 aged 71 years
photo 23 is the memorial stone to Edmund, Albert and May
photo 24 is the World War One Memorial Board in Quambatook - with Holderness Adamthwaite appearing first on the list, with an asterisk indicating he was one of a number of Australian servicemen who made the ultimate sacrifice
Not all the Teal line of Adamthwaites ended up in Australia -
photo 25 is John Adamthwaite Hutchinson (1853-1919), who was a grandson of Hannah Adamthwaite who married Richard Burrell