St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Cemetery, Leytonstone - Photograph of the grave in St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Cemetery, Leytonstone, where Alfred Hitchcock's brother William John Hitchcock is buried, along with his uncle Alfred and cousin Alfred Charles Hitchcock.William Hitchcock and son - Photograph of Alfred Hitchcock's father William Hitchcock|William, taken outside the family store. Although the child on the horse is often said to be Alfred, it is more likely to be his older brother William Hitchcock Jr.|William as the combination of uniform and bunting indicates the photograph was likely taken in mid-1900 during the Relief of Mafeking celebrations. The girl on the right might be Hitchcock's sister Ellen Hitchcock|Ellen.William Hitchcock and son - Photograph of Alfred Hitchcock's father William Hitchcock|William, taken outside the family store. Although the child on the horse is often said to be Alfred, it is more likely to be his older brother William Hitchcock Jr.|William as the combination of uniform and bunting indicates the photograph was likely taken in mid-1900 during the Relief of Mafeking celebrations. The girl on the right might be Hitchcock's sister Ellen Hitchcock|Ellen.St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Cemetery, Leytonstone - Photograph of the grave in St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Cemetery, Leytonstone, where Alfred Hitchcock's brother William John Hitchcock is buried, along with his uncle Alfred and cousin Alfred Charles Hitchcock.William Hitchcock and son - Photograph of Alfred Hitchcock's father William Hitchcock|William, taken outside the family store. Although the child on the horse is often said to be Alfred, it is more likely to be his older brother William Hitchcock Jr.|William as the combination of uniform and bunting indicates the photograph was likely taken in mid-1900 during the Relief of Mafeking celebrations. The girl on the right might be Hitchcock's sister Ellen Hitchcock|Ellen.Alfred and Alma Hitchcock (1926) - Photograph of Alfred Hitchcock and Alma Reville on their wedding day. Alfred's older brother William Hitchcock, Jr.|William is stood behind him. Hitchcock's mother, Emma Jane, is likely the woman stood behind Alma wearing the fox skin scarf.St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Cemetery, Leytonstone - Photograph of the grave in St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Cemetery, Leytonstone, where Alfred Hitchcock's brother William John Hitchcock is buried, along with his uncle Alfred and cousin Alfred Charles Hitchcock.Alfred and Alma Hitchcock (1926) - Photograph of Alfred Hitchcock and Alma Reville on their wedding day. Alfred's older brother William Hitchcock, Jr.|William is stood behind him.