BEAUTIFUL old photos could help a Huddersfield woman trace her family tree.
Joan Burrow, of New Hey Road, Outlane, is piecing together the ancestry of the Betts line, back to the mid-19th century.
But she still has many blanks to fill.
She is hoping a selection of old photos may jog memories and help her to put names to faces.
Mrs Burrow is the half-cousin of Brian Betts and Eric Guy, who both live in Perth, Western Australia.
Eric would dearly like to know more about his family.
Their grandfather - Mrs Burrow's great-grandfather - was James Talbot Betts.
He was a barber in Holmfirth before the 1930s.
James Betts married twice and his wives' names were Ruth Sanderson and Betsy Turner.
His children were Harold, Robert, Talbot, Emily, Hubert and Hilda.
All were born about the turn of the 20th century.
"Brian and Eric would like to know if James Talbot Betts had more children," said Mrs Burrow.
"We would be grateful if anyone can tell us more about Robert's family and their descendants.
"For myself, I would like to know more about my great-grandmother, Ruth Sanderson."
Robert Betts was killed in an industrial accident in 1939.
Brian, 66, emigrated to Australia in the 1970s. Eric, who is seven years older, was born there.
His mother was Emily Betts. She married an Australian soldier and left England.
Mrs Burrow hopes a selection of the photos brought from Australia may help her quest to complete all the branches of the family tree.