The first batch of photos were provided by Mary, Marlene and Phyllis - thank you.
Photo 1 is a portrait of John Allen Adamthwaite, Notary Public (b 1795), son of Thomas Adamthwaite and Lucy (Vipond).
Photos 2 and 3 show James Theophilus Adamthwaite, one of John Allen Adamthwaite's sons
Photo 4 is John Alexander Adamthwaite with his three children Laddie, Lionel and Lucy
photos 5-7 show John Alexander's wife Leeanna (Fairey)
photo 8 shows Leeanna with daughter Lucy and granddaughter Joan
photos 9 and 10 are of Laddie, and photo 11 shows his memorial
photos 12-15 are of Lionel Willie and his baptism certificate
photos 16 - 23 show Lucy, and/or her husband Percy Mawson
The next batch of photos were provided by Donna and are all of Mark Adamthwaite's family - thank you Donna:
photo 24 shows two elder daughters of Mark and Mary (Glynn) - Mary Ann and Kate (after she became a nun known as Sister Marion) it was taken in 1943
photos 25 -27 are of Mark Adamthwaite junior
photo 28 is of Mary Glynn - first wife of Mark Adamthwaite
photo 29 is of Sister Marion
photo 30 is an unknown group of gentlemen - but it was amongst a group of photos belonging to one of Mark's descendants, so could include one or more members of the ORANGE line of Adamthwaites - do you recognise anyone?
photo 31 was labelled 'William Adamthwaite and sister' but is believed to show Mark Adamthwaite (he was known to use the name William sometimes) - any help identifying the people in this photo would be most welcome
photo 32 is believed to show Mark Adamthwaite senior
photo 33 we think this is Mark and Mary's daughter Rose
photo 34 this is probably Mark Adamthwaite senior (though it was labelled William)
photo 35 shows Mary Glynn in later life
You can read about members of the ORANGE line of Adamthwaites in two articles in the Miscellany Section:the early members of the ORANGE line are detailed in 'A Tale of Tragedy, Bigamy and Intrigue' John Alexander's family are described in 'Leeanna's story' which is written by Lucy's granddaughter but which is based on research carried out by Lucy Adamthwaite herself in the mid 20th century