DO YOU KNOW THEM?
Some of the pictures in this section were submitted as a gift to others searching for relics. Other pictures were provided with the owner's request for additional information.
This section has grown and pictures make the pages take longer to open. That is why it was divided into sections and more parts will be added as more pictures are provided.
email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com.
(note: this large section was all contributed by
Sidney Schuhmann Levesque firstname.lastname@example.org , may be of special interest to
Voelkel, Laas, Wagener, Albert, Hassler, Schneider families, and is divided by pictures from locations below.)
Austin County Industry
|Austin County 1||Austin County 2||Austin County 3||Industry1||Industry2||Industry3||Industry4||Industry5||Industry6||Industry7||Industry8|
New Ulm Sealy Shelby MayFest
|New Ulm 1||New Ulm 2||Sealy1||Sealy2||Sealy3|
This section shows pictures of unnamed people probably from Austin County
and probably of Voelkel, Neumann, Eckermann, Hartmann, Goebel, Froebel, or Riniker families .
They were named "Snyder" for their contributor:
Cheryl Neumann Snyder email@example.com
|Snyder, child||on Postcard|
|Snyder,family1||Fayetteville H. Tauch Photo|
|Snyder,man1||E C Lewis Photo, Bryan "Adam" on back|
|Snyder, man2||"Shelby ho" on back|
This section shows pictures of people from Industry, Austin County
They were named "Hood" for their contributor:
a Grayson County TexGen volunteer researcher.
Cat Spring Beer Drinkers 1918
If you want to submit a picture for this section, please send it in jpg form to firstname.lastname@example.org .
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