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Robert Cay (1822-1888) and Edward Cay (1825-1874). Both later became sheep farmers near Brisbane, Australia. Their father John Cay was one of the members of the Edinburgh Calotype Club.
John Cay (seated) one the members of the Edinburgh Calotype Club with his sons Robert (1822-1888) (right) and Edward (1825-1874). Both Robert and Edward later became sheep farmers near Brisbane, Australia.
Messrs. Mercer, Robert Richardson and Robert Tennent probably taken in St. Andrews. Robert Richardson (1820? – 1887) was the son of Thomas Richardson of Edinburgh, Writer to the Signet and his wife Isabella. He held Pirron Yalloak pastoral run 20 miles from Robert Tennent’s land at Gnarkeet and was also superintendent of police in Geelong, Victoria. He died in Edinburgh.
Misses Berry and Lyon, and Messrs. R. Richardson, J. Berry and Hugh Lyon Tennent.
Misses Berry and Lyon and Messrs. Richardson, Mercer, J. and R. Berry, W. Lyon and Hugh Lyon Tennent.
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