Here is a rather dashing photograph of Reginald Tivey of Group 9.
He was born in Melbourne 1896 and as a youngster was known as “Rip” or “Young Rip”. He was the younger son of Samuel Tivey (1870-1947) of Melbourne, Derbyshire, and Elizabeth Smith(1866/7-1916), of Castle Donnington, Leicestershire. Reginald had an elder brother, Ernest (b.1894), and two sisters, Harriett Elizabeth (1891-1971) and Florence (1898-1976), all of whom married and had children. As well as excelling in sports, Reginald also proved to be very talented in the arts, especially in music and, later, painting. He was in the choir of Melbourne church, often singing as a soloist, and in addition sang occasionally in Lichfield Cathedral and the new cathedral of Derby. Photo and text was kindly donated by Anon.