The O'Grady clan

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Where: Maryland House, The Mall, Waterford, Ireland

When: 15 January 1915

Family Group: Commissioned by Mrs O'Grady, The Mall, Waterford

This handsome family group from The Mall, Waterford was taken in the Poole Studios.

We always like it when we can use the People Identified Tag and thanks to sharon.corbet we are treated to the full Edward O'Grady family tree

Photographer: A. H. Poole

Collection: Poole Photographic Studio, Waterford

Date: 15th January 1915

NLI Ref: POOLEWP 2583

You can also view this image, and many thousands of others, on the NLI’s catalogue at catalogue.nli.ie

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Owner: National Library of Ireland on The Commons
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    derangedlemur

    • 11/Feb/2015 08:04:43

    Today's colour is grey and today's adjective is "supercilious"...

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    sharon.corbet

    • 11/Feb/2015 08:16:58

    The O'Grady family was found previously here.

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    derangedlemur

    • 11/Feb/2015 08:22:13

    Master Hairdresser, no less. I thought he looked more like a pork butcher, or perhaps a boot merchant.

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    BeachcomberAustralia

    • 11/Feb/2015 08:55:20

    Where is Mrs Agnes O'Grady's right foot ?

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    sharon.corbet

    • 11/Feb/2015 09:14:32

    [https://www.flickr.com/photos/beachcomberaustralia] I presume she is being ladylike, and has her ankles crossed. So it's hidden somewhere behind her left leg.

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    sharon.corbet

    • 11/Feb/2015 09:21:36

    Here is a family tree for the O'Grady family.

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    sharon.corbet

    • 11/Feb/2015 09:46:39

    The O'Grady's seemed to be loyal customers of Poole's. Here's Ursula (the 7 year old being held here by her mother) in 1932: Picture 1 Picture 2. Also a picture of the "Ladies Lounge" from 1933. There are at least another 2 in the NL (one of "Miss N. O'Grady" and one of the Interior Saloon), but they are not digitised yet. And finally here's Edward O'Grady's from the outside on the right.

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    La Belle Province

    • 11/Feb/2015 13:07:39

    There's a whole catalogue of temperaments to be read in these faces.

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    dorameulman

    • 11/Feb/2015 15:14:59

    Beautiful family portrait.

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    Vab2009

    • 11/Feb/2015 16:38:48

    These photographs just make me so glad to wear modern clothes...I always feel the stockings and materials look itchy and probably never stay in the right place!

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    ecvoho

    • 12/Feb/2015 07:17:18

    What a nice photo! We see the happiness, personality and dignity of people of the past. I love the cheeky smile of the beautiful boy on the left. He is most similar to his father. Has its lively, humorous eyes.

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    en_la_bici

    • 19/Feb/2015 02:13:17

    this image is great because it is super sharp!

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    nannyjean35

    • 22/Feb/2015 20:15:47

    lovely clear images

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    JerimiahRico

    • 14/Mar/2015 10:53:32

    I love looking at family photos from early 20th century and prior.

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    Meloearth.com (Cris Melo)

    • 02/May/2015 05:46:34

    So much style...

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    fornitiantonio

    • 05/Jul/2015 16:29:42

    La storia è affascinante.....

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    napowgyandi

    • 07/Oct/2016 08:28:30

    Reginald O'Grady is actually my Great-grandfather I am not lying. My grandmother has another picture of them together done by the photographer. Happy to it here.

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    napowgyandi

    • 07/Oct/2016 08:31:23

    [https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]] Hey thanks for Link, I am doing a bit about my family's geneology as a hobby my grandmother was ursula's niece, her father was Reginald O'Grady.