I can normally find my way around a genealogy site but this photograph has got me stumped. I was given it by a house clearance bloke many rears ago as it was unsaleable. I stupidly forget to ask if he knew anything about where it came from, so I have no information except what is written on the back. In my estimation, the photograph was taken in the 1930s and the comments were added many years later by a member of the family who clearly knew those depicted in the photograph. It was almost certainly given to a younger member of the family as no surnames are given except for Mrs Sharp, (Aunt Madge), Sharp is likely to be her married name. The only other clue is that the photograph was, "taken in the corner of the garden at Elmhurst". I do not know if Elmhurst is the name of a town or the name of a large family house. I do not know if those depicted are brothers or cousins or are even related at all. that said, it does appear to be a family photograph. The very poignant details on the back are as follows: - Geoff, RAF Group Captain, accountant. Mrs Sharpe (Aunt Madge). David. (Sister living in Canada). Jimmy, retired Group Captain, R.A.F. D.F.C. and Bar. Andrew. Killed R.A.F. in action Richard, (BBC in Burma during war. Died in Burma after war). Stevie, died since war John, Killed R.A.F. in action, Taken in corner of garden at Elmhurst. Any pointers in the right direction would be appreciated.