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Scanned photos can be emailed to Jan Cortez . If you are unable to send them via email, please drop me a line and I'll make other arrangements. Please make sure that each photo includes indentification and/or a description.


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Photo of Anna Buschke (daughter or Julius & Augusta (Schmudlach) Buschke. She would later marry Gustave Heller.
Submitted byNancy Schneider



Thomas H. Walker
Submitted by
Jan Cortez



Job Bound
We are uncertain as to whether this is Job Bound Sr. or Jr. Since the photo was taken at Johnson Studio in Washburn, WI., I'm betting on Job Jr.
Again this was found by my cousin Pam and I am so thrilled with it, whether he is my 2nd or 3rd great grandfather.
Submitted by
Jan Cortez



Thomas Bound
This gentleman would be a grgreat Uncle and grgrandfather of my cousin Pam.
Again this was found by my cousin Pam.
Submitted by
Jan Cortez



Robert Davenport Sparks
Born February 8, 1827, in Schoharie Co., NY, Died January 7, 1913, in Plainfield, Wisconsin. Buried Plainfield Cemetery.
Brother of Sarah Sparks Bound, and son of Thomas and Mary (Howe) Sparks.
Submitted by
Jan Cortez



Sarah Sparks Bound
Born Dec. 4, 1812, in Summit, Schoharie Co., NY., died March 17, 1885, in Plainfield, WI. Buried Plainfield Cemetery.
She was married in 1836 in Summit to Job Bound, Sr. Sarah was the eldest child of Thomas and Mary (Howe) Sparks. She would be my 3rd great grandmother.
Submitted by
Jan Cortez



Levi Bartlet Warner and son Claude Lyle Warner. Claude being my father.
Submitted by
Donald Warner



These are the girls of Calvin Wilson and Lola Warner daughter of Levi Warner and their grandchildren.
Submitted by
Donald Warner



Richard Trexell fought in the Battle of Shiloh. His brother was in the war also, I'm not sure of the name of him. The Trexell's are buried at Neshkoro.
Submitted by
Ric Trexell



Mystery Photograph
Unknown Coggin
Daniel COGGIN married Percinda ORDWAY in 1857 and it could be them. Other COGGIN possibilities is a Samuel COGGIN that died in Hancock, WI in 1925 OR his brother Albert COGGIN died in Hancock in 1938. Daniel & Percinda (ORDWAY) COGGIN had the following children:: Ella E. Coggin married a Selah Wetmore Hattie Coggin married a Eugene S. Hamilton Albert Coggin married? Samuel Coggin married? There may have been three more children that died young. Hope I find someone that knows who this is. I am hoping it is my husbands great, great grandparents Daniel & Percinda COGGIN.

Submitted by
Marilyn



Clement "Bud" Coggin
(Photo date Oct. 1, 1942). Bud was a Captain in the U.S. Air Force during his military career. He was born and raised in Hancock, WI.
Submitted by
Linda Cheal



Maybelle Coggin Kelley
(Photo date 1930. Maybelle was born and died in Hancock, WI. (26 Jan 1909 - 25 Mar 1995). she married George Otto Kelley and raised two children.
Submitted by
Linda Cheal



Maybelle & Muriel Coggin
(Photo date about 1910). The sisters were born and raised in Hancock, WI.
Submitted by
Linda Cheal



E.W. (Winnie) Rous Coggin Hamilton
(Photo date about 1896). Winnie is the mother of Clement, Maybelle and Muriel. She had a millinery and dressmaking business in Hancock, WI. Winnie married E.S. Hamilton later in life.
Submitted by
Linda Cheal



Maybelle Coggin Kelley and George Otto Kelley
(Photo date November 1931 one month after their marriage) George and Maybelle raised their children, Loren W. and Georgia M., in Hancock, WI.
Submitted by
Linda Cheal



Hancock Volunteer Fire Department
The picture is dated September 23, 1907. Individuals in the photograph are:

Back row, left to right: George Dill, Bill Brown, Ray Reed, Emory Jones, Charles Patterson, Loren Kelley, Marcellus Garrision, Will Nelson, Jack Lee, August Frank, Ab Coggin

Middle row, left to right: Fred Moors, Tom Singer, Chet Beals, Willard Wiley, August Ploetz, Gene Hamilton, Warren Wright, Orin Wood

Front row, left to right: John Barton, Will Campfield, Rollie White, L.A. Roseberry, Harwood Premo, Otis Adams

Children: Archie Wiley and Russell Jones

Original photographs are on file at the Hancock historical center and the Waushara County historical society in Wautoma.
Submitted by
Linda Cheal



Kelley group picture (photo date abt 1895). Top left: Ellsworth Kelley, Loren Fred Kelley. Bottom left: Hayden Kelley, Ray Haskell. The Kelley brothers lived in Plainfield, WI and were the sons of George and Abiah Rozell Kelley. Ray Haskell was a friend and barber partner in Hancock.

Submitted by
Linda Cheal



Loren Fred Kelley, age 18 (photo date abt 1892). Loren was born in Plainfield, WI on 3 Sep 1874 and passed away in Hancock, WI on 1 Jan 1934. He married Sophia Rasmussen (24 Sep 1878-10 May 1943) and had children George Otto and Margaret. Loren owned the Kelley Hardware store in Hancock.


Submitted by
Linda Cheal



George Otto Kelley (photo date November 1943). George lived in Hancock, WI with his wife Maybelle and their two children. He worked at his father's Kelley Hardware business. George died at age 41.
Submitted by
Linda Cheal



Otto and Margaret Rasmussen family (photo date 1907, Hancock, WI). Back left: Oscar (15), Emelia (20), Harold (29), Sophia (28), Victor (23), Martha (17). Front left: Margaret Hansen Rasmussen (52), William (25), Otto (57), Margaret daughter of Sophia & Loren Fred Kelley (4)
Submitted by
Linda Cheal



Sophia Rasmussen Kelley (photo date April 29, 1938). Sophia married Loren Fred Kelley and had two children, George Otto and Margaret. They lived in Hancock, WI.
Submitted by
Linda Cheal



Martha Rasmussen Fitzgerald (photo date abt 1909). Martha married William Fitzgerald and lived in Chicago. The Fitzgeralds raised Howard and Paul Garvin after the death of their mother Margaret Kelley Garvin.
Submitted by
Linda Cheal



Emelia Rasmussen Singer (photo date abt 1917). In 1920 Emelia formed the E.E. Singer Pie Crust Company in Los Angeles, CA. Emelia is the daughter of Otto and Margaret Rasmussen and lived in Hancock, WI for many years.
Submitted by
Linda Cheal



George Otto Kelley in front of Kelley/Caves Hancock Oil business (Standard Oil company dealership), where he worked.
Submitted by
Linda Cheal



Margaret Kelley Garvin, daughter of Loren Fred & Sophia. She was born in Hancock, WI on 28 Aug 1902 and passed away in 1940 at age 28. Her two sons were raised by William and Martha Rasmussen Fitzgerald after her untimely death.
Submitted by
Linda Cheal



Four generations (photo date 20 May 1934). George Otto Kelley holding baby Georgia May Kelley. George's mother Sophia Rasmussen Kelley in front and her mother Margaret Hansen Rasmussen on left.
Submitted by
Linda Cheal



Daniel Derry Miltimore
Daniel was born on November 17, 1811 in New Hampshire, but moved his family to Waushara Co. in 1856, where he bought and farmed 160 acres of land just west of Plainfield. He served as a musician for Company "E" of the 16th Wisconsin Infantry during the Civil War. He and his wife Catherine, who died in 1857 and was buried on the family homestead, had 12 children, 2 of whom didn’t survive childhood. He died in 1876, and is buried near his wife in the family cemetery.
Submitted by
Shannon Guenther



Lucy and Florence Edith Miltimore (ca. 1880
Lucy was Daniel & Catherine Miltimore's fourth child, born in Canada in 1839. She was a school teacher in Hancock, WI. She married Brown Hugoboom (of Hancock) in April 1859, and 1860 their daughter Florence Edith was born. Edith spent her childhood on the Miltimore homestead, but as she grew into young adulthood, was schooled in the East. She married Hiram Stockwell, and Lucy eventually moved out East to be with them. Hiram & Edith had one child, a daughter named Lucille.
Submitted by
Shannon Guenther



Arthur Miltimore (ca.1874)
Arthur was the youngest child of Daniel & Catherine Miltimore. He was born in Plainfield, April 12th, 1856. He was just a bit over a year old when his mother died. As the older children in the family moved away, it was Arthur who inherited the family homestead. He is buried in Plainfield Cemetery.
Submitted by
Shannon Guenther



Arthur & Harriet (Rathermel) Miltimore
Arthur & Harriet were married December 26, 1877, in Waushara Co. This portrait may possible have been taken around that time. Harriet was the daughter of Franklin Rathermel, a prominent citizen of Waushara Co. Arthur & Harriet had nine children, two of whom died in infancy, and another at the age of 2.
Submitted by
Shannon Guenther



Harriet & Claudia Pearl Miltimore
Pearl was the oldest of Arthur & Harriet Miltimore's children. She was born in Plainfield, WI in April 1879, and is buried in the Plainfield Cemetery.
Submitted by
Shannon Guenther



Robert Miltimore
Rob was born in Plainfield, WI in October 1888. He married, but he and his wife, Ina (Burhite) didn’t have any children. He is buried in the Plainfield Cemetery. This picture was taken while serving in the Armed Forces during WWI.
Submitted by
Shannon Guenther



Virgil Miltimore (ca. 1914)
Virgil was the seventh child of Arthur & Harriet Miltimore. He was born in Plainfield, WI, August 6, 1894. He married Ruth Hummel of Plainfield ca. 1915. They had one daughter. Ruth died in the influenza epidemic of 1918. His brother Rob’s wife introduced him to Verna Lewis of Armenia, WI. They married May 18, 1925. They had 3 sons (one dying at birth), and 3 daughters. Their youngest child is my mother.
Submitted by
Shannon Guenther



Andy Miltimore
Andy was the youngest of Arthur & Harriet Miltimore's sons. He was born in Plainfield, WI, in May of 1896. He married, but never had children. He is buried in the Plainfield Cemetery.
Submitted by
Shannon Guenther



Lt. Brown C. Hugoboom
Son of Hosea & Sally Hugoboom of Hancock, WI and husband to Lucy Miltmore. Brown served with Company "G" of the 30th Wisconsin Infantry during the Civil War. He died in Louisville, KT from a wound sustained during the battle of Shiloh.. His body was sent back to his wife who, at the time was living at the Miltimore homestead. He is buried in the Miltimore Family Cemetery.
Submitted by
Shannon Guenther



Eugene Sherman Hamilton and Harriet "Hattie" (Coggin)
had three children, but I do not know which child this is. The had: Verna Mae, Blenna, and a boy Frederick L Hamilton. Frederick was a Captain in the army.
Submitted by
Marilyn Scott




from left: Amanda (Bartel) Brown, ?, ?, Richard Bartel, Alma Standke Bartel. Date is about 1910, probably taken at a Wautoma studio. Amanda and Richard were sister and brother, children of August and Hannah Bartel of Richford Township. Am hoping someone can identify the other two people!
Submitted by: Vicki Sanow




front row: ?, Carl Bartel, back row: ?, Richard Bartel, Amanda Bartel Brown. Am hoping someone can identify the others.
Submitted by: Vicki Sanow




front row:?, ?, Amanda Bartel Brown, ?, Anna Bartel Buschke, Will Buschke. Am hoping someone can identify the others.
Submitted by: Vicki Sanow




This photo could represent families with the following surnames: Murphy, Carter, Green(e), Yeager, Hamilton, Caves, Dunn. These families lived in the Waushara, Adams, Portage, and Wood counties of Wisconsin.
Submitted by: Julie Greene




This photo could represent families with the following surnames: Murphy, Carter, Green(e), Yeager, Hamilton, Caves, Dunn. These families lived in the Waushara, Adams, Portage, and Wood counties of Wisconsin.
Submitted by: Julie Greene




This photo could represent families with the following surnames: Murphy, Carter, Green(e), Yeager, Hamilton, Caves, Dunn. These families lived in the Waushara, Adams, Portage, and Wood counties of Wisconsin.
Submitted by: Julie Greene




This photo could represent families with the following surnames: Murphy, Carter, Green(e), Yeager, Hamilton, Caves, Dunn. These families lived in the Waushara, Adams, Portage, and Wood counties of Wisconsin.
Submitted by: Julie Greene




This photo could represent families with the following surnames: Murphy, Carter, Green(e), Yeager, Hamilton, Caves, Dunn. These families lived in the Waushara, Adams, Portage, and Wood counties of Wisconsin.
Submitted by: Julie Greene




This photo could represent families with the following surnames: Murphy, Carter, Green(e), Yeager, Hamilton, Caves, Dunn. These families lived in the Waushara, Adams, Portage, and Wood counties of Wisconsin.
Submitted by: Julie Greene




This photo could represent families with the following surnames: Murphy, Carter, Green(e), Yeager, Hamilton, Caves, Dunn. These families lived in the Waushara, Adams, Portage, and Wood counties of Wisconsin.
Submitted by: Julie Greene




The Daniel Warner family before 1861
Submitted by: Donald Warner




This would be my great uncle and Aunt taken in the Aurorville area is all I know.
Submitted by: Donald Warner




This is a photo of my Great Grandmother.. Her name is Emeline Adelle Luce Farmer Ridings Stevens.. She was last married to Will Stevens of Plainfield. Her parents were Judson and Julia Luce. Of Wautoma. She is buried next to Will Stevens in the Plainfield cemetery.
Submitted by: Nancy Haworth McCoy




Clayton, Dena, Baby Bertha, William, Lawrence, Elof and Chester Olson. Probably taken in Wautoma, WI circa 1905.
Submitted by: Writecjc@aol.com




Martha Songe Olson
Wife of William Otto Olson, taken in Chicago about 1920
Submitted by: Writecjc@aol.com




William Otto Olson
US Navy WWI
Citizen of Wautoma. I think at one time he was the Mayor of Wautoma, WI. They had two places. One in Wautoma and the other in Chicago.
Submitted by: Writecjc@aol.com




Clarence and Bertha (Olson) Miller
Taken about 1940 at Pine River, WI.
Bertha, the youngest child of Elof and Dena Olson
Submitted by: Writecjc@aol.com




Lawrence and Ellen (Johnson) Olson
West Holdon, WI., taken around 1920.
Submitted by: Writecjc@aol.com




Chester and Anita Olson
Wautoma, WI., taken about 1990.
Submitted by: Writecjc@aol.com




William J. Thomas
was born in the Town of Steuben, Oneida County New York in 1828. He died in Wild Rose in 1901. He married Mary Elizabeth Williams in 1851 in Quincy, Massachusetts. He lived in the Town of Rose most of his adult life.
Submitted by: Pam Anderson




Hellen Merrifield Brooks
Hellen was elected to the Assembly in 1924 representing Green Lake & Waushara Counties. She was a Republican. She lived in Coloma. She had previously been a principal in Wild Rose. She was born in Edgerton. She was elected without primary opposition. She was active in the Red Cross and the W.C.T.U. She served only one term. She did not seek reelection.
Submitted by: Pam Anderson




Josiah Etheridge
was born in Woodmancote, Gloucestershire, England. He married Nancy Permelia Pease in 1852 in Waushara County. He died in 1922 in Wild Rose.
Submitted by: Pam Anderson




Anyone Recognize Them?
The attached photo was taken in Dec 1947 at the Ross Studio in Wautoma. It was in my grandmother's things. I was wondering if there was any way to possibly find out who the couple were?
Submitted by: Georgia




CARROLL MOORS and his sister MILDRED MOORS
I found 2 photographs in a Seattle thrift store and thought perhaps there were still some Moors children or grandchildren still living there who would like them. Their names are on them as the children of Agnes Bell Collins Moors and Fred P. Moors.
I checked the census and found they were from Hancock. The dates for births would be 1900 and 1902. Would love to return the originals to the family.
Submitted by: Loy Weathers




Charles Lesmont family
Photo taken about 1892
Standing: Tammy Lesmont, Mae Breuwet Seated: Cora Breuwet (Polakowski), Charles Lesmont holding Lena Lesmont (Manupella)
I descend from a daughter of her first marriage (not pictured), and am not particularly interested in the Lesmonts. Tammy lived in Marion Twp. before her marriage to Lesmont. (Although she and her first husband may have moved to Plainfield before their divorce.)
Submitted by: Keith Schmude




Borth-area threshing crew from about 1900.
Standing: Henry Hoeft[1876-1961], Fred Schmude [1862-1916] Center: "Paul" Front: "Rickert brothers"
The recipient of the photo, Minnie Erdman, was Henry's sister and Fred's niece. She was expected to recognize Paul.
Submitted by: Keith Schmude




Norman James and Adelaide A. (DeVoe) Perry Norman is the son of Orrin and Jane (French) Perry. Adelaide is the daughter of Abram Y. and Cynthia Ann (Parcels) DeVoe. ( My gggrandparents.) (I am looking for any information on Adelaide DeVoe Perry)
Submitted by: Brenda Szulczewski




Norman J. and Mary I.(Stilwell-Clark) Perry with Norman J. Perry, Jr. Mary is the daughter of William W. and Susan Ann (Rozell) Stilwell Mary is Norman's second wife.
Submitted by: Brenda Szulczewski




William O. and Alice E. (Walker) Perry. William is the son of Orrin and Jane (French) Perry. Alice is the daughter of Thomas H. and Mary Ann Walker
Submitted by: Brenda Szulczewski




Delos Marcus and Lois Adelaide (Perry) Wood. Delos M. is the son of Hiram Chauncey and Delphine (Stilwell) Wood Lois A. is the daughter of Norman J. and Adelaide A. (DeVoe) Perry (My ggrandparents)
Submitted by: Brenda Szulczewski




Hiram C. and Delphine (Stilwell) Wood Family - 1908 Standing: Clarence, Delos, and Frank Wood. Seated: Marie (Wood) Bound, Delphine (Stilwell) Wood, Hiram C. Wood, and Delia (Wood) Waterman ( Warren Wood moved to Montana before picture was taken) (Hiram and Delphine are my gggrandparents)
Submitted by: Brenda Szulczewski




Hiram C. Wood Farm -1908
L to R: Clarence and Bertha (Goult) Wood with their son, Merle Wood.
Delphine (Stilwell) Wood, Marie (Wood) Bound, Frank Wood's oldest son, Marion, and Crystel (Waterman) Kramer, Delia Waterman's daughter.
Hiram C. Wood, Delia (Wood) Waterman with Frank's second son, Chester Wood.
Delos M. Wood, Lois (Perry) Wood with their daughter, Irma Wood.
Frank Wood, Maude (Kirk) Wood with their third son, Otha.
Lee Kirk (Maude's Father).
Submitted by: Brenda Szulczewski




Samuel H. Clark and Norman J. Perry, Jr. Sam was the son of Oscar W. Clark and Mary (Stilwell) Clark. Norman Jr. was the son of Norman J. Perry, Sr. and Mary (Stilwell-Clark) Perry.
Submitted by: Brenda Szulczewski




Children of William W. and Susan Ann (Rozell) Stilwell
L to R: Mary I. (Stilwell) Perry, Nellie (Stilwell) Kent, Salome E. (Stilwell) DeVoe, Clark L. Stilwell, Adeline L. (Stilwell) Walker, William H. Stilwell and Nora (Stilwell) Daniels.
Submitted by: Brenda Szulczewski




Ira Adelbert DeVoe Son of Adelbert Lansing and Salome E. (Stilwell) DeVoe. ( Died at the age of 20 in an accidental hunting accident.)
Submitted by: Brenda Szulczewski




Norma Delphine, Irma Eileen, and Arlene Velma Wood Three oldest daughters of Delos and Lois (Perry) Wood ( Arlene was my grandmother.)
Submitted by: Brenda Szulczewski




Charlotte Phoebe Bound
Submitted by: Brenda Szulczewski




John, Belle, Flossie & Floyd Ellis
Submitted by: Brenda Szulczewski




Eugene Ephraim Sparks
Submitted by: Brenda Szulczewski




Mr. and Mrs. Walker (The name Ethel was also under this picture- I'm assuming this is Alvin and Ethel (Cornell) Walker, Alvin being the son of Harry Thomas and Adeline (Stilwell) Walker.
Submitted by: Brenda Szulczewski




Willard DeVoe (Adelaide DeVoe Perry's brother)
Submitted by: Brenda Szulczewski




Lois Perry, Grace Hoard, Mable Stevens and Pearl Trickie with their bikes.
Submitted by: Brenda Szulczewski




4 generations of Browns in Hancock Wis. About 1925
Henry Failing Brown, Fred Alton Brown, Claude Brown & Verne Brown
Submitted by: Jack Willis




Fred Brown & Maude Ingalls on their 50th Anniversary
Submitted by: Jack Willis




George Hanson Family
Submitted by: Andrea Elam




Hal Hanson's Daughters
Bernita, Lona Belle and Blanche
Submitted by: Andrea Elam




Here’s a photo that I found among my Great Uncle’s (James Moore). It is a photo of his uncle’s (George “Will” Moore) family in Plainfield, WI. From left to right, Ward Albert Moore, Leon Elmer Moore, Roy Steven Moore, George William “Will” Moore, Meda Elizabeth Moore, Jane (Stevens) Moore, and Mearle McKinley Moore. Judging by the ages of the children, I’m guessing this photo was taken about 1900.
Submitted by: Keith Aleckson




I was hoping you could help me with this photo. I’m guessing it’s from Plainfield or Hurley, Wisconsin. It’s from my Great Grandfather’s (Frank Moore) collection. It’s a group of men and horses in front of a barn or stable. On the back of the photo there are a group of names. I was wondering if the names match up with any families in Plainfield. The names are: Ben Rochliff, Geo. Pillows, R. Brownlie, and John McManas.
Submitted by: Keith Aleckson




Here’s a photo from my Great Grandfather’s (Frank Moore) collection of he and his brothers. From left to right: Frank Elbert Moore, George William Moore, and Charles Albert Moore. They are the sons of Charles Bingley Moore and Tamar (Shaff) Moore, long time residents of Plainfield, WI.
Submitted by: Keith Aleckson




The attachment is a family photo of the George William “Will” Moore family taken in Plainfield, WI. Back row left to right: Ward Albert Moore (1889-1962), Leon Elmer Moore (1888-1928), Roy Steven Moore (1896-1954), Meda Elizabeth Moore (1894-unknown). Front row left to right: George William Moore (1858-1939), Mearle McKinley Moore (1898-unknown), Jane (Stevens) Moore (1862-1928).
Submitted by: Keith Aleckson




Warren Jordan
Submitted by: Linda Vindick




Warren Jordan
Submitted by: Linda Vindick




Agnes Jordan & Irvin Smith
Submitted by: Linda Vindick




John Jordan
Submitted by: Linda Vindick




1923 Jordan Reunion
Can you identify any of these people? Please email Linda if you can.
Enlargement 1
Enlargement 2

Jordan Family Honored in Verse

Submitted by: Linda Vindick




Lavinia & John Jordan
Submitted by: Linda Vindick




Mary Smith
Submitted by: Linda Vindick




Children of Charles Decker & Georgie Jordan Decker at the farm house in Lohrville, WI. (house has since burned down)
Submitted by: Linda Vindick




Decker Gals at Redgranite Reunion
Submitted by: Linda Vindick




Decker reunion Berlin 1986?
Submitted by: Linda Vindick




Fred Decker & Lucida Bates Decker w Muriel Decker Moon & Harold Moon at the Moons' 50th anniversary
Submitted by: Linda Vindick




Fred and Lucinda Bates Decker
Submitted by: Linda Vindick




Little Grace Jordan, daughter of Warren Jordan & Nancy Alta Parker Jordan, early 1900s Berlin WI.
Submitted by: Linda Vindick




John E. & ElBert Jordan, sons of John Nathan & Lavinia Davis Jordan
Submitted by: Linda Vindick




Elbert Davis & wife Lillian with friends the Verrettes
Submitted by: Linda Vindick




Mr. & Mrs. Fred Decker on their 50th wedding anniversary
Submitted by: Linda Vindick




Chuck Moon in Korea (son of Muriel Decker and Harold Moon)
Submitted by: Linda Vindick




Mr. Charles John Decker of Lohrville. Youngest brother of Thomas Decker, husband of Georgia Jordan Decker.
Submitted by: Linda Vindick




The wedding of Charles Jordan Decker.
Submitted by: Linda Vindick




Early days, clearing the Decker farm in Lohrville.
Submitted by: Linda Vindick




Charles Decker Decendants
Submitted by: Linda Vindick




From left to rt. Jessie Decker Kelly, Glenora Decker Trexell, Fred Decker & wife Lucinda, Muriel Decker Moon and Mildred Decker Ceman(?)
Submitted by: Linda Vindick




This is a photo of Ernestine (Buschke) & Matthew Callahan wedding, with Alvina (Buschke) & Arthur Kennedy as attendants.
Submitted by: Nancy Schneider




Ernestine (Buschke) & Matthew Callahan wedding, with Alvina (Buschke) & Arthur Kennedy as attendants.
Submitted by: Nancy Schneider




Edith (Buschke) & Erne Parker.
Submitted by: Nancy Schneider




Can you identify any of these people?
Submitted by: Nancy Schneider




Buschke/Kennedy Children. My grandmother, Esther, and her two brothers.
Submitted by: Nancy Schneider




Postcard to Vinnie (Buschke) Kennedy from her sister, Anna (Buschke) Heller. Can you identify any of these people?
Submitted by: Nancy Schneider




This is Julius & Augusta (Schmudlach) Buschke's family.

One son had died.

Two children were to be born yet.

Submitted by: Nancy Schneider




Can you identify any of these people?
Submitted by: Nancy Schneider




Here is a picture of either my grandmother and her two brothers (Kennedy) or their cousins (Kaatz).
Submitted by: Nancy Schneider




Can you identify any of these people? Photos from the Buschke-Schmudlach Album
Submitted by: Nancy Schneider




Can you identify any of these people? Photos from the Buschke-Schmudlach Album
Submitted by: Nancy Schneider




Can you identify any of these people? Photos from the Buschke-Schmudlach Album
Submitted by: Nancy Schneider




This is my great grandfather, Stephen Rensselaer Bray, 5/5/1891 Deerfield, Waushara Co, WI to 4/23/1971 Deerfield, Waushara Co, WI and his brother Shirley Dever Bray 12/29/1892 to 10/25/1969. SR married Edna Johannes and Shirley married Leila Hartford.
Submitted by: Carri (Bliske) Bohn




My grandmother and her siblings, according to age: Arthur Kennedy & Alvina Buschke's children: Esther, Arden, Willie, Melvin, Alys

Submitted by: Nancy Schneider




Edna Mae Johannes and Stephen Rensselaer Bray married 12/8/1915 Wautoma, Waushara Co, Wisconsin.
Submitted by: Carri (Bliske) Bohn




This is the family of my g-g-g grandparents, Nickolas Johannes (Born 9/23/1829 in Saarland, Germany, Died 1912 Wautoma, Waushara Co) and Margaret Fritz (11/22/1838-1873). Their children were: Peter W Johannes + Mary Elizabeth Rose Katharine Theresa Johannes + Frank Howell Fox Bernard C Johannes + Mae Runcorn Michael Johannes + Grace Mae Divine Mary L Johannes + John Weber
Submitted by: Carri (Bliske) Bohn




These are my great great grandparents Louise (Sanne) and John Bloede. The child is my great grandmother, Anna Adeline (Bloede) Friedrich. Anna was born Aug 1892 in Dakota Twp, Waushara and died Dec 1992.
Submitted by: Carri (Bliske) Bohn




This is my great great grandfather, Dever Lewis Bray (left) born 1859 Oasis Twp, Waushara and died 1906 Deerfield Twp. His daughter Deane Lousie (Bray) Rose and good friend (possible distant relative) Will Lilly.
Submitted by: Carri (Bliske) Bohn




This is my g-g-g-grandfather, John Crowder Davis; born 5/7/1829 in Walton, Shropshire, England. Son of James Davies and Ann Crowther. He married Ann Phillippa Jones on Dec 7, 1848 in England and came to Waukesha Co, WI in the 1850. Father of: Mary Ann Runnels, Emma Esther Morey, Alice Crandall, Isabell Jaquith, James Ernest Davis, Tamar Elizabeth Bray, George Collins Davis, John Oliver Davis and Georgia Kruske. He served in the Civil War in Company E 28th Wis. He died June 2, 1904 and is buried in Woodville Cemetery, Deerfield Twp, Waushara.
Submitted by: Carri (Bliske) Bohn



I have identified two of the men, and the others I'm hoping someone can help me identify. The man sitting in the front row on the left is John Bradley Ellis, son of George and Asenath (Wood) Ellis. The boy behind him, standing on the left, is the son of John and Belle (DeVoe) Ellis, Floyd Milton Ellis. The other men in the photo are all brothers of John B. Ellis.
Submitted by
Brenda Szulczewski






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