Lewis family | Williamson family | Lawrence family
Stanley, son of Rowly  Pengelley
The extended family group shot in Smyrna around 1899-1900 - Use mouse to hover over photos to reveal names.
Cyprus where this shot was taken in 1922-3 was obviously the refuge for the family just after the fire. There is a note to state that Martin, son of William Williamson not present because he was at school in England. Both photos were ‘face named’ by Ronald Henderson in 1983.
Location quite possibly Nymph Dağ [mountain] near Kemalpaşa (around 20 km. inland from Smyrna).
The Williamson family surrounded by their children (1870s?).
Willliam Lewis (Leila Williamson’s husband) homestead somewhere in Turkey; however a later submission by Levant enthusiast Achilleas Chatziconstantinou shows this photo to be taken in Sokia as the lower archive photo’s bridge style proves. The photo is a postcard, published in the Greek book: “Astygraphia tis Elassonos Asias” (=urban geography of Asia Minor) by the late Lisa Michelis, Athens 1992, ISBN 960-85241-0-5, Galateia Editions. According to the researcher Cenk Berkant, this bridge and the buildings by it have not survived till today.
image courtesy of Achilleas Chatziconstantinou
William Buckner Lewis
William Buchner Lewis with one of his sons in an orchard somewhere in Turkey
From left, Mary, Louisa, Leila, Elizabeth & Helen with baby Arthur, her first child
Ellizabeth Williamson
3 views of Leila Lewis, the man sitting on the steps with her unknown and the house may belong to son-in-law Caleb Lawrence in Paradise? though the description in grand-daughter’s, Dorothy Smith’s memoirs (about 6 steps) doesn’t fully fit.
image courtesy of Michael Smith
image courtesy of Michael Smith
image courtesy of Michael Smith
image courtesy of Michael Smith
Christmas 1947, Helen Lawrence surrounded by her grand-children
Stanley, son of Rowly  Pengelley Rowly, son of Walter Murray  Pengelley Jimmy Anderson, 2nd husband of Arabella Alithea Williamson (1873-1955), married Fred Whittall John ‘Jack’ Williamson (1856-1932), son of William Williamson and Elizabeth nee Barker Amy Black, 1st wife of ‘Jack’ William Kennedy Lewis, husband of Lizzie Grace Williamson (1865-1948), daughter of William Williamson and Elizabeth nee Barker, never married  ‘Nellie’ Pengelley, wife of Alfred, daughter of William Williamson and Elizabeth nee Barker Alfred, son of Walter Murray Pengelley Donald, son of Rowly ‘Becky', wife of Rowly, daughter of William Williamson and Elizabeth nee Barker Walteraki, son of Becky and Rowly Arabella, daughter of William Williamson and Elizabeth nee Barker, married E. Thorman then Jimmy Anderson Mary Wilkin, daughter of William Williamson and Elizabeth nee Barker, never married, mother of Mabel Elizabeth Williamson, the grand old lady ‘Leila’ Lizzie Purdon Lewis, daughter of Elizabeth, wife of William Louisa Hichens, daughter of Elizabeth Fred Pengelley, son of Alfred, later married Gladys Charnaud Walter R. Pengelley, son of Alfred, later married Dorothy Maltass Jessie Pengelley, daughter of Becky and  Rowly Annie Pengelley, daughter of  Becky and Rowly Charlie Williamson, son of Elizabeth, married Maud Whiteman A daughter of Alfred, either Gracie or Phyllis Mabel Wilkin, daughter of Mary Doris Pengelley, daughter of Alfred Arthur Hichens, husband of Louisa Bill Lewis, son of Lizzie Winnie Charnaud Hilda Charnaud Agnes, a governess Kathleen Williamson, daughter of Jack Williamson Alfred Pengelley sen. Douglas Williamson, son of W. Henry Williamson Effie Charnaud, wife of William ‘Henry’ Williamson Alithea Williamson, married Fred Whittall Joyce Williamson, daughter of W. Henry Williamson Nellie Pengelley, married  Alfred Pengelley sen. Gladys Charnaud, married Alfred Pengelley jun. Edwin Pengelley, son of Fred Fred Pengelley Harold, son of Fred Edith Charnaud John, son of Jack Williamson Andrew Williamson, son of W. Henry Williamson ‘Leila’ Lewis, oldest of the  Williamson aunts