This first one is Mom and her sister Grace, perhaps taken at Caldecote or at their home Ashlynn in 1935 (were they still at Ashlynn then?):
Another photo of Mom with Grace, apparently out to have a very good time:
My mother's mother, Granny (Florence Hagger) came from England to see us about every 2 years, I think--I remember her coming quite often, and she would stay for several months. She always came by ship, even when flying was the more popular mode of travel. That's my oldest brother Bill with them. I don't know where the picture was taken.
This one says "Heacham, 1938." I don't know the lady on the left, but that is Mom in the center and her mother on the right. Note the teacups and Mom's happy face!
Apparently this was taken in 1930, on the day of my mother's father's funeral. That would be my Uncle Ted on the left, perhaps Grace in the center, and Mom on the right. She was three at the time.
This had a note on the back that it is my mother's father, Ernest Thomas Hagger, who died when his bicycle was hit by a lorry.