This photo was taken Apr. 19, of 1916. From the stone wall around the porch, I'd guess it was taken at my great-grandfather's house in Orange, California.
Left to right are: My great-grandmother, Rachel Stoner, daughter of Rev. Peter Winebrenner, Christian Church circuit rider in Noble and nearby counties in Indiana in the mid-to-late 1800's; my great-grandfather C.C. Stoner, who, among other things, crossed the country during his lifetime, being born in Pennsylvania in 1844, was in the civil war (Indiana), served in Kansas as a state legistator (People's Party), owned, edited and published the Lincoln Sentinel (Kansas) for a few years, and was on the city council and also served as Mayor of Orange; my other great-grandmother, Julia Forrey, whose grandfather William Read came over from Scotland in the 1750's, and served as a blacksmith in the Revolutionary war (she remembered crossing the plains (from Ohio to Iowa) in a covered wagon as a girl); and Rachel Stoner's sister, Barbara Ohlwine. I don't know much about her, and this is the only photo I have of her.