The back of the photo reads:
Uncle Percy & Auntie Annie
with love from
Alfred and Ivy July 2nd 1914
So who are Uncle Percy and Auntie Annie?
Peter Elliott to the rescue (what would Habershons.com do without Peter?). He writes to Suzanna:
. . . I remembered that in 1901 Ivy Winter was living with her Uncle & Aunt in Stockport. To be precise Rev. Edward P Alexander and his wife Annie Louisa. It appears that the P stands for Percy and that Ivy’s mother had an older sister named Annie Louisa. Hence Uncle Percy & Aunt Annie. Ivy must have been close to her cousin Phyllis Maude Alexander because Phyllis was staying with the Winter family in 1911. I woudn’t be surprised if Phyllis was bridesmaid at Ivy’s wedding. It is possble that the Rev Edward P conducted the service. There is a vicar stood to the left of John B Habershon.
Any guesses where Ivy’s father was standing? He was a Major in the RAMC and could be to the right of PJH. I notice that Fred Drummond had a cigarette in his hand. It would be great to identify other people in the photo. Just think Mum was probably being looked after by a nursemaid at Woodgrove.
Thank you, Suzanna for sending these pictures. If you should come across any more . . .