1 Thomas and Sarah Teale in the garden of Cumsey Cottage (Photo formerly mis-attributed as Moseley)
2 Thomas And Sarah Teale 1934
3 Thomas and Sarah Teale at Cumsey Cottage
4 Wedding of Frederick Teale and Sarah Winifred (Win) Rainbow in 1917. Fred's father, Thomas on extreme right. Fred enlisted in 1915 in the Royal Engineers 114th Railway Company and went to France as part of the British Expeditionary Force and served until March 1919. He is listed in the Rowington roll of honour. Fred and his brother Jim both married Rainbow sisters (see other wedding photo).
5 Wedding in 1918 of James Henry Teal and Alice Mary Rainbow (centre front). Second row, L-R: is Ada Teale, Mary Jane Teale (both daughters of Thomas and Sarah). Standing to the right of the sailor is Sarah Winifred Teale (nee Rainbow). Standing on left at back could be Thomas Teale, another son of Thomas and Sarah. James (Jim) and his brother Fred both married Rainbow sisters (see other wedding photo).
6 Wedding of Frederick Teale and Sarah Winifred (Win) Rainbow in 1917.
7 Fred Teale second from the left in the front row when he was recuperating from frostbite at the Red Cross Hospital in Richmond, Surrey, before he went back to France.
8 Gangers at Rowington signal box. Alfred Teale 4th from left, Horace Wallis 2nd from right on front row.
9 Cumsey Cottage. The circular flower bed visible is the site of the well that Sarah and Thomas Teale are pictured in front of in other photos.
10 James Henry Teal and Alice Mary Teal at the seaside in Weston super Mare in about 1923. The boy is the father of Terry Teale who donated all of the Teale material.
11 Terry Teal and Eric Teale at 2010 Exhibition
12 Eric Teale, Sarah Winifred Teale (nee Rainbow), and Alice Mary Teal (nee Rainbow), c1939
13 Ilfracombe, c1947. On the left, James Henry Teal Terry Teal's Grandfather), then Eric Teale and then a youthful Terry Teal
14 Alfred Teale
15 Alfred Teale's sesrvice record
16 Fred Teale's Certificate of Employment received when he was demobbed in 1919. (1 of 2)
17 Fred Teale's Certificate of Employment received when he was demobbed in 1919. (2 of 2)
18 Demob letter to Fred Teale from his commanding officer
19 Cumsey Cottage