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Mum’s the word - four times over - for five generations

Five generations of the same family at Mytholmroyd. Standing, left, is Hannah Senior, her mum Suzanne Senior, with Harry's great-great-grandma Agnes Roe (seated, left) and her daughter Jean Jackson, (Suzanne's mum), with baby Harry Shea, aged six months

Five generations of the same family at Mytholmroyd. Standing, left, is Hannah Senior, her mum Suzanne Senior, with Harry's great-great-grandma Agnes Roe (seated, left) and her daughter Jean Jackson, (Suzanne's mum), with baby Harry Shea, aged six months

BONNY baby Harry Shea looks delighted as he’s bounced on the knee of two of the most important ladies in his life.

And behind them are two others who are even closer to the tot - his mum and grandma - who together make up five generations of the same family.

Harry became the fifth generation when he arrived six months ago. His mum Hannah Senior, 20, is the daughter of Suzanne Senior, 44, and the trio live in Booth.

In turn Mrs Senior is the daughter of Jean Jackson, 67, who lives at Bradshaw, Halifax.

Mrs Jackson is the daughter of 91-year-old Agnes Roe, who lives in Keighley.

Mrs Senior decided to gather everyone together for the milestone photo and the joy shines on their faces - especially little Harry, who knows he’s surrounded by loving and protective matriarchs.

l The five generations are pictured by Mytholmroyd photographer Tony Hanrahan (www.hanrahanphotography.co.uk).

Baby Harry is cradled by his great-great-grandmother Agnes Roe (seated, left) and his great-grandmother Jean Jackson.

Standing (left) is his mum Hannah Senior and her mum, Suzanne Senior.

 

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