Wallace's Family
Dec 5, 2010Public
Photo: People are from left to right: John Greenell (1747-1824), ARW's grandfather;  middle is his daughter Martha Greenell (Mrs Wilson) the sister of Mary Ann Wallace, ARW's mother. The lady on the right is Mrs Rebecca Greenell, 2nd wife of John Greenell and stepmother of Mrs Mary Ann Wallace. Copyright: John Wilson.
Photo: A painted miniature of Wallace's father, Thomas Vere Wallace aged 35. Property of the Wallace family. Copyright A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund.
Photo: Wallace's father, Thomas Vere Wallace aged 35. This is an old photo of a painted miniature and it was probably used to prepare the image in My Life. Photographer: ? First published in Wallace's My Life (1905). Scanned with permission from an original print owned by the Wallace family. Copyright of scan: A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund & G. W. Beccaloni.
Photo: A painted miniature of Wallace's mother, Mary Ann Wallace (née Greenell), aged 18. Property of the Wallace family. Copyright A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund.
Photo: Wallace's mother, Mary Ann Wallace (née Greenell), aged 18. This is an old photo of a painted miniature and it was probably used to prepare the image in My Life. Photographer: ? First published in Wallace's My Life (1905). Scanned with permission from an original print owned by the Wallace family. Copyright of scan: A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund & G. W. Beccaloni.
Photo: Wallace's mother, Mary Ann, from an original hand-coloured ambrotype. Photographer: ? First published in Marchant (1916). Scanned with permission from the original owned by the Wallace family. Copyright of scan: A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund & G. W. Beccaloni.
Photo: Wallace's mother, Mary Ann. From a photograph in the Tunbridge Wells Museum, Kent (accession number TUNWM:1942.13.12.1). Copyright Tunbridge Wells Museum & George Beccaloni.
Photo: Portrait of Wallace's sister Frances ("Fanny"). Property of the Wallace family. Copyright A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund.
Photo: Wallace's sister Frances ("Fanny"). From a photograph in the Tunbridge Wells Museum, Kent. Copyright Tunbridge Wells Museum & George Beccaloni.
Photo: Wallace's sister Frances ("Fanny"). From a photograph in the Tunbridge Wells Museum, Kent. Copyright Tunbridge Wells Museum & George Beccaloni.
Photo: Wallace's wife Anne in 18?? The image is in carte de visite format. Photographer: T. Sims. First published by the A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund  & G. W. Beccaloni in 2010. Scanned with permission from the original owned by the Wallace family. Copyright of scan and owner of Publication Right: A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund & G. W. Beccaloni.
Photo: Wallace's wife Anne in 18?? The image is in carte de visite format. Photographer: ? First published by the A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund  & G. W. Beccaloni in 2010. Scanned with permission from the original owned by the Wallace family. Copyright of scan and owner of Publication Right: A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund & G. W. Beccaloni.
Photo: Wallace's wife Anne in c. 1866. The image is in carte de visite format. Photographer: Mayall. First published by the A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund  & G. W. Beccaloni in 2010. Scanned with permission from the original owned by the Wallace family. Copyright of scan and owner of Publication Right: A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund & G. W. Beccaloni.
Photo: Wallace's wife Anne in c. 1866. The image is in carte de visite format. Photographer: Mayall. First published by the A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund  & G. W. Beccaloni in 2010. Scanned with permission from the original owned by the Wallace family. Copyright of scan and owner of Publication Right: A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund & G. W. Beccaloni.
Photo: Wallace's wife Annie in about 1886-7. This is a old photograph of a tintype original taken at Godalming, Surrey. Photographer: ? First published: Raby (2001). Scanned with permission from the original owned by the Wallace family. Copyright of scan: A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund & G. W. Beccaloni.
Photo: Wallace's wife Annie in c. 1895. Photographer: Thomas Sims. First published by Marchant (1916) and scanned from this work. Copyright of scan: A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund & G. W. Beccaloni.
Photo: Wallace's wife Annie in c. 1895. There is an original print of this version of this image in cabinet card format in the Wallace Family Collection, NHM, London. Photographer: Thomas Sims. First published: Marchant (1916). Scanned with permission from the original owned by the Wallace family. Copyright of scan: A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund & G. W. Beccaloni.
Photo: Wallace's wife Anne and their son Bertie aged 28 days. The image is in carte de visite format. Photographer: ? Copyright: John Wilson.
Photo: Wallace's wife Anne and their son Bertie aged 13 or 14 months. The image is in carte de visite format. Photographer: Fradelle. First published by the A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund  & G. W. Beccaloni in 2010. Scanned with permission from the original owned by the Wallace family. Copyright of scan and owner of Publication Right: A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund & G. W. Beccaloni.
Photo: Wallace's wife Anne and their son Bertie aged 13 or 14 months. The image is in carte de visite format. Photographer: Fradelle. First published by the A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund  & G. W. Beccaloni in 2010. Scanned with permission from the original owned by the Wallace family. Copyright of scan and owner of Publication Right: A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund & G. W. Beccaloni.
Photo: Wallace's wife Anne and their son Bertie aged ? The image is in carte de visite format. Photographer: Fradelle. First published by the A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund  & G. W. Beccaloni in 2010. Scanned with permission from the original owned by the Wallace family. Copyright of scan and owner of Publication Right: A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund & G. W. Beccaloni.
Photo: Wallace's son Bertie aged 3 years and 2 months. The image is in carte de visite format. Photographer: H. J. Mockett, Broadstairs. First published by the A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund  & G. W. Beccaloni in 2010. Scanned with permission from the original owned by the Wallace family. Copyright of scan and owner of Publication Right: A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund & G. W. Beccaloni.
Photo: Wallace's son Bertie and daughter Violet in 18?? The image is in carte de visite format. Photographer: Robert Hider, Gravesend. First published by the A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund  & G. W. Beccaloni in 2010. Scanned with permission from the original owned by the Wallace family. Copyright of scan and owner of Publication Right: A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund & G. W. Beccaloni.
Photo: Wallace's daughter Violet in the 1870's. This is a photograph of an oil painting owned by the Wallace family. Painter: Unknown. Photographed with permission from the Wallace family. Copyright of photo: G. W. Beccaloni.