These photos were part of Bob and Lois Winter's archives. No date on them. The images have four clues. First, a woman in a number of photos is identified as "mother". Second, the Congregational Church is said to be 170 years old. The chapel was built in 1778. Take the 170 years as exact, this would make photos about 1948. Third, Sir Robert Gooch and his wife, Katharine, are mentioned in the photos, she died in 1974 and he died 1978. So the photos are before 1974. Fourth, a sign in front of the Congregational Church as the number 300 on it. Since the church was founded in 1649, the 30th anniversary would be 1949, consistent with the 170 years date. Few of the Winter women that were in Scotland had children. Only Margaret Winter, whose daughter Mardie was close to the family, seem to be a possibilty. Examing the photos of the woman, she indeed looks like Margaret, however Margaret died in 1942. Highly unlikely they would be sightseeing during the war. More likely that some relative in the US toured Wrentham and shared the pictures on return.