The first photograph was provided by Pat Chambers and the remaining six photographs were supplied by Hector Deane.
From left to right they are – seated Henry Telford Maffett, Madeleine Smartt (nee Maffett), Marcella Amelia Maffett (the bride), William Maffett (father of the bride), Oswald Maffett, Marcella Maffett (nee Bayly, mother of the bride), the two children in front are Bayly and Ruth Spencer, while standing are Edward Spencer, Edward Maffett, Emily Maffett, Cecil Harmsworth, Gertrude Spencer (nee Maffett), Reginald Maffett, Alexander Sharpe Deane (the groom), Arthur Maffett, his wife Isabel Maffett (nee Loughnan), Gerald Maffett and an unkown person.
The photograph was taken outside St Helena, Finglas, Dublin, the home of William Hamilton Maffett.
Paklioe 1892, Milla and Hugh are seated at the front right while A S Deane is standing behind them.
Back Row (Left to Right): Captain Stewart, Mr Brennan in Customs, Lieutenant Hewitt of the Porpoise, Mr White, Commissioner of Customs, Captain Howe, Commander of the Porpoise, Ayr Deane.
Front Row (Left to Right): Monsieur Gauthier the French Consul, Mr Frank White, Mr Maggofthe? Hugh Deane, Milla Deane.
Milla takes a photograph of the family of Charles Chatterton Deane in the garden at Loughgall, Co Armagh, 1908.