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The Nine Daughters of Constantine Edward and Edith Zohrab (nee Wills)

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The nine daughters of Constantine and Edith Zohrab

The nine daughters of Constantine and Edith Zohrab .  Photo and identification courtesy of Mr. Tom King, who learned who was who from Annette van Leuven (nee Bevin).

Back of Photograph: Nura

Middle of Photograph: Clare (Clara) (left); Rene (Irene ) (second-left); Evelyn (Beatrice or Bea)(centre); Vera (right)

Front: Ravenna (Venna)(left); Flo (Florence); Edith (Ethel) (second from right) ; Myra (right).

 

The nine daughters of Constantine and Edith Zohrab

The nine daughters of Constantine and Edith Zohrab .  Photo and identification courtesy of Mr. Tom King, who got the information as to who was who from Annette van Leuven (nee Bevin).

Back Row (of one): Edith (Ethel)

Mid-Back Row (of three): Flo (Florence); Nura; Ravenna (Venna)

Middle Row (of two): Vera; Clare (Clara)

Front Row (of three): Rene (Irene); Evelyn (Beatrice or Bea); Myra

 

Eight (in 1924 after Edith (Ethel)'s death?) sisters at 15 Everton Terrace, Kelburn, Wellington.

Left back: Vera, Flo, Venna, Clare, Myra;

Front: Rene, Bea, Nura.

 

15 Everton Terrace, Kelburn, Wellington (presumably a more recent photograph)

 

The Three "Middle Daughters" of Constantine and Edith Zohrab

The Three "Middle Daughters" of Constantine and Edith Zohrab

 

Constantine and Edith also had two sons: Edward Goodwin Fortescue and Constantine Ernest Henry.  Some of these girls and boys are mentioned in newspaper articles as being recipients of school prizes -- e.g. Ravenna Zohrab apparently got the top marks in a scholarship examination for Primary Scholars in 1886.

 

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