(last updated 6 February 2017)
The photo on the left was taken in Perth in around 1920 and is probably Sophia Elizabeth Carter nee Hickmott although this has not been confirmed.
The one in the centre has written on the back: 'To uncle Willie from Harry Lewis age 16 years'. It too was taken in Perth and is of Sophia's eldest son,
Henry Norman ('Harry') Lewis (1901-76). Uncle Willie is Sophia's younger brother William Henry Hickmott (1887-1976). The photo was taken
in around 1917. The photo on the right has written on it: 'To Willie and Frances from soph with love' and was probably sent in around 1972.
Contained on the Lewis and a number of other family trees on Ancestry, this photo is said to be of George Sugden Price Lewis and
Catherine Ellen McGuire and their family. Their eldest son, George William Lewis who married Sophia Elizabeth Hickmott at Charlton
in 1898, is said to be fourth from the right in the rear row. The photo would also include Herbert Digby Lewis (1871-1962) who married
Sophia's younger sister Edith Olive Hickmott (1885-1912) at Charlton in 1903 and had three children before her untimely death.
Contained on the O'Shannassy Family Tree on Ancestry, this photo of Joyce Carter nee O'Shannassy and her three sisters
was taken at Victoria Park in Perth in 1951 on the occasion of the marriage of Florence Colleen ('Florrie') O'Shannessy to
Thomas Pola. From L/R: Joyce, Lillian Lorraine ('Lorrie') Wotzko, Florrie and Eunice May Wood.
From the Weise Family Tree on Ancestry, this photo was taken at Kojonup in Western Australia in 1947. It shows
Alice Annie Weise nee Hickmott and Reginald Quartermaine with some of their respective grandchildren. There are:
Kaye Quartermaine (standing on the left), daughter of the late Ford Robinson Quartermaine and Elizabeth Valma
('Betty') Weise and Denise (being nursed by Reg) and Diane Egerton-Warburton, the two daughters of
Rex and Muriel Faith Egerton-Warburton nee Weise.
3114 Pte Robert Harry Applin, 48th Australian Infantry Battalion. Killed in action at Passchendaele on 12 October 1917 (AWM PO3483.001).
Muriel and Rex Egerton-Warburton with their three daughters - Denise, Diane and Maree - on the occasion of their 70th wedding anniversary
celebrated at St Andrews Anglican Church in Katanning in Western Australia (The Great Southern Weekender, 26 January 2016 p.43).
The two photos on the left are from John Austin's family trees on Ancestry: 1) Florence Hickmott's first husband, Richard Austin (1875-1940)
in Melbourne in 1903. and 2) Richard and Florence Austin with their two eldest daughters: Gladys Joyce and Mavis Florence in Perth in around 1909.
The photo on the right was published in Perth's Daily News on 1 June 1915 and is of Florence's brother 'Pte G. A. Hickmott invalided
home from Egypt to Western Australia with rheumatics. Expects to return to the front at an arly date. Address, Brookton, W.A'.
Taken at Kiamal in 1970 at William henry and France Hickmott's 60th wedding anniversary, this photo is of (from L/R):
Florence Mary Wilmshurst (previously Austin) nee Hickmott, Florence's eldest daughter Gladys Holdsworth nee Austin,
Ella Adeline Bowron nee Hickmott and Rebecca Elsie Whittington nee Hickmott.
619 Pte Edwin Holdsworth, 12th Australian Infantry Battalion. KIA Gallipoli 25 April 1915.
Ella Adeline Bowron.