Excluding the final one, no dates or names written on these photos, so names guesswork.
his wife Sylvia Abbott?
their daughter Helene Abbott?
Ernest Abbott’s mother Helen Margaret Abbott, nee Maltass?
The previous generation? Richard Benjamin Abbott, wife Margaret, and children Ernest, Albert Augustus, Eveline Eugenie and Lavinia?
Is the person on the extreme left a younger Richard Benjamin Abbott (Richard’s grandfather) with his brothers? Could they be the Salonica based brothers, John, Robert and Alfred?
This photo also features in Francis Bacon’s (the American archaeologist, 1856-1940) journals and from this we know the location as ‘in the Dardanelles Garden [Calvert family’s garden in Çanakkale, now altered and known as Halk Bahçesi
], August 1931’, but surnames are not individually indicated (only 2 in Francis Bacon’s version: Richard Abbott and Gerald Calvert). Richard Abbott is clearly in the frame on the back-row, and some of the Whittalls are recognisable by ‘name patterns’. Ruth Elsie Whittall (b.1923) is the sister of Cedric Godfrey Whittall (b. 1921), children of Godfrey Whittall (b. 1882 d. 1957 Rhodesia) and Winifred Constantine Eveline Calvert (m. 1911), both also in the picture. The middle name suggests she was the daughter of Frederick William Calvert (1818-1876) m. (1846) Eveline Eugenie Abbott (1829-1911). The elderly couple, Frank and Alice are given only their nick names in the Francis Bacon version, “Panee” and “Manee”, these and other persons being investigated - (info