Sargood Family Group
Sir Frederick Sargood with his second wife, Julia, their children and grandchildren gathered outside the dining room and conservatory at Rippon Lea in about 1902. From left to right: Harry Morton Sargood (b.1870 d.1951), Constance Edith Elizabeth Sargood (nee Young) (b.1867 d.1947) holding Geoffrey Denis Herbert Sargood (b.1900 d.?), unknown woman, Leslie Jenner (b.1872 d.1956), unknown woman, unknown woman, unknown child, unknown woman and baby, Agnes Marian Sargood (b.1886 d.1959), Nancy Julia Sargood (b.1890 d.1974), Percy Rolfe Sargood (b.1865 d.1945) holding Guilelma Constance Sargood (b.1896 d.1985), Agnes Penrose Sargood (nee Parkes) (b.1860 d.1916), Frederick Edmund Sargood (b.1893 d.1970), Julia Charlotte Sargood (b.1882 d.1969), Lady Julia Sargood (nee Tomlin) (b.1847 d.1941), Sir Frederick Thomas Sargood (b.1834 d.1903). On the verandah: Alfred Herbert Sargood (b.1868 d.1926), Frederick George Sargood (b.1861 d.1932), and William Ernest Sargood (b.1875 d.1956).
Frederick Sargood created Rippon Lea, naming it after his mother, Emma Rippon. He came from England to the colony of Victoria with his parents and five sisters as a sixteen year old in 1850.