PHOTOGRAPHS

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Sisters,Mary & Anna Beckrich
before Anna married and took the surname English. Photo appears on
www.deadfred.com # 18447


4th & 5th Grade class of Jordan Public School about 1906. Clarence Bonander center front in dark sweater.
Submitted by
Pam Burg

Do you know the names of the other children?


Freshman Class of Jordan Jr. High. Clarence Bonander in front of teacher.
Submitted by
Pam Burg

Do you know the names of the other students?


August & Josephine Mertens
Submitted by
Pam Burg
       

Frances Oscar Bonander
born April 1865. Veterinarian in Jordan, MN
Submitted by
Pam Burg


Teresia Kleschuldt Bonander
Born in Lydia/Sand Creek Twp. in 1869.
Submitted by
Pam Burg


Veterinary Building of Frances Bonander in Jordan, MN
Sign above door says
"Veterinary, Surgeon, Dentist"
Submitted by
Pam Burg


Veterinary Wagon
Ladies are unknown
Submitted by
Pam Burg

       



Pam Burg
TOP- Clarence & Earl Bonander. Two of the 3 sons of Frances and "Traci" Bonander. ca. 1899.

BOTTOM- Clarence & Earl Bonander in 1976. Yucaipa, CA.

Submitted by
Pam Burg

Bonander Family on porch Jordan MN.
L-R Francis Oscar, unknown girl, Teresia holding Clarence.
Submitted by
Pam Burg

For further information on the Bonander, Mertens and Sandell families, please contact Pam.



Winifred Ethol Scott


Dorothy Pearl Scott

I have a picture of Winifred Ethol Scott, date unknown but it says age 6 months on the back. I would say it is from the early 1900's. It also has "Grandpa Tunstall and Family". I have inherited these pictures from my grandma and I was wondering if this rings a bell with anyone. The picture of Dorothy Pearl Scott age 4 mths. is also addressed to "Grandpa Tunstall"

Please contact Eleanor

 

Jacob and Wilhelmina Krenz home. Belle Plaine, MN

The Jacob Krenz brick yard established about 1870.

Photo submitted by Gary Williams


 

  VIERLING Cigar Store 1909.  The individuals in the photo are: front row l - r: Charles BRANDON, Henry VIERLING, Susan (Vierling)MAYER, Ann BRANDON, John A. VIERLING, Louisa(Vierling) MAYER, George VIERLING.

 2nd row l - r: unkown driver, George BRANDON, John G. VIERLING, Giilbert VIERLING, Alberta VIERLING, Marcella VIERLING
Submitted by Lorri Hill
larooh@hotmail.com

 

Shakopee Sabers basketball team c.1919  John George VIERLING is the young man in the first row, second from the right.  He is my paternal grandfather. Submitted by Lorri Hill  

larooh@hotmail.com

Herman and Elizabeth Reinisch Kopp Thiede. Herman owned and operated a wagon and blacksmith shop in Shakopee in the 1870's until his retirement.  He died on April 25, 1922 in Shakopee.  Please contact  Ken Thiede for further info.


       
       

 

 

 

 
 

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Last updated: May 25, 2003