The names of my family members in the photo I posted of the Ropeworks are : Back Row 2nd from left, my mother, Ellen McDade nee Downey. Third row - 2nd from the right, my maternal grandmother, Elizabeth (Lizzie) Downey (nee Patterson). Same row 4th from the right, my aunt Mary Jane (Dolly) Lowry (nee Downey) and the same row 7th from right, one of Lizzie Downey's sisters, either Mary Jane or Margaret Patterson.
So we have the 2 Patterson sisters, Lizzie & Mary Jane (or Margaret) and 2 of Lizzie's daughters, Ellen (Nellie) and Mary Jane (Dolly). Lizzie married James Downey 1908 and they lived at 90 Templemore Ave.
Another of Lizzie's daughters, Annie Downey, worked in the room next door. She married an American soldier, Bill Nance, and went to live in North Carolina USA. My mum, Ellen Downey married Alex McDade and we emigrated to Australia 1963.There was one brother Samuel (Sammy Downey) who worked as a young boy in the Ropeworks and then at James Mackie Engineering making munitions before joining RAF. After the war he worked as a conductor on the Belfast trams. He then went to Bushmills Irish Whiskey as a lorry driver. A great Glentorans fan, he died 2010, the last of his siblings.
Unfortunately, there were no names on the back of the photo, apart from my relations. But would love to hear from anyone who recognises a face.