Can you give us any information about them? When they were purchased maybe. And more information on how they grow and bloom and are they fragrant or not. Also more pictures of the whole plant and leaves would help.
Hmm, I would guess the middle one is Double Delight--does it have a strong and sweet frangrance? If not, I'm wrong, because Double Delight does. The last one I'm almost certain is Careless Love, as the petals with the large pale pink areas are very common with Careless Love as it trys to revert to Mrs. Charles Bell. Careless Love here goes from bud to fully blown to petals dropping in about a day, so if it stays on the bush for a long time it probably isn't Careless Love, though it sure looks it.
KSGreenman 6a (My Page) on Fri, May 3, 13 at 22:39
These are indeed fragrant. The grower claims all these are Chinese locally developed NOIDs. Some are quite old. If you look at the real thing, they are of different size and growing habits. The last one has long lasting blooms.
Here is a double delight, the middle of your rose doesn't look like my double delight.
The last one looks like CARELESS LOVE.
Double Delight does get those wildly muddled centers all the time though. In exhibiting circles everyone always says it's called "Double" Delight because it always has double centers, lol!