You have a flock of mixed breed birds. Most are mixed enough they're likely mixes of mixes, true Barnyard Specials.
Goldie is mixed enough no specific breed stands out. I'm inclined to say she has some buff Orpington, but the white legs of that breed are usually dominant and carry down through several generations.
Thomas, also a mix. He could have something barred a few generations back in the ancestry, as well as maybe some Orpington, but i have no idea where those white earlobes came from
Perch is a little easier, she has some markers that show silkie blood. Probably not a first generation, but somewhere recently she had a silkie ancestor. Same for Hedwig.
The black hens with red throats/chests could be black sex links, or they could be random mixes of a black bird with a red bird. Same results, basically.
Prettylady looks like a white Leghorn, but I'd sure expect her to have a larger comb and earlobes. She may be mixed with something else, those Leghorn genes can be strongly dominant.
Not sure on this bird's name, but she's also a mix. Some barring back a ways, hard to tell what else.
Overall, they make a cute flock . Myself, I love having birds that don't look just like everyone else's.