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Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Rescued photos 2nd page May 2013 found in Boone Co., Kentucky - area of Barton, Pawnee and Reno County, KS photos

If you recognize this couple, please let me know.  Most of the found photos are from the area of Barton, Pawnee and Reno Counties, Kansas.

Unknown man and unknown woman, possibly siblings.
Unknown children
Cheryl Brown age 6 months no date or place
Unknown children
Unknown man - photography studio Ernst Gepel of Alborg, Bredegade

Rescued photographs at Boone County, Kentucky May 2013 antique fair - Records, John of Campbell Co., KY and Muller Family and Herder or Herter Family of Reno, Barton and Pawnee Counties, KS photos

John Records (1938 Campbell Co is on the reverse)

Also rescued are several photos from the area of Hutchinson, Reno, KS.,  Barton Co., KS.and Larned, Pawnee, KS.  Some have names on the reverse.  Others do not.  I hope that someone will be able to identify the people and perhaps claim these photos, so the photos are returned to the family.

Linda Barlow Shaffer is on the reverse of this photo

"Uncle Fred and Aunt Amelia Herder Muller" Ellinwood, KS wedding picture


Uncle Louis Muller and Aunt Lizzie with: left to right - Louis Muller (Colo); Mary (Muller) Stewart, Hutchinson, KS; Rosa (Muller) Radenburg (deceased); John Muller (Illegible) KS.  Also states Elizabeth and Alvin born later.

Mary Muller 18 Nov 1908 (Reverse of photo says:"From your niece, Mary.  To Uncle Fred and Aunt Amelia Muller.  Please Amelia if you have any of the children (sic) picture left Please send me one.
Unknown Couple - photo taken at Rowland Studio in Larned, KS.

Unknown children and unknown wedding photo.  Wedding photo is from W. Fisher photography in Wilson, KS.

Monday, May 6, 2013

Two members of the Pendleton County Historical Society were instumental in rescuing a vast amount of research that belonged to Archie Ashcraft.  Mr. Ashcraft was very through in his research and documentation.  These are some of the obituaries that tie into my own research.  Mr. Ashcraft had most of them attached to family data sheets.  Most of the obituaries are from the Falmouth Outlook and Kentucky Post.  Mr. Ashcraft's entire research will be available soon at the Fryer House.




Thursday, May 2, 2013

Knoxville Cemetery, Pendleton Co., KY

It was a truly beautiful day after a long winter and we took off to do one of our favorite things, visit a cemetery!

Knoxville Cemetery 30 April 2013

J. Hannah Camlin

Andrew Brooker

Theophilus and Delia Bell


Emerrillar Bell

 Ann M. Caldwell

The "cemetery bug" has us again, so we'll be adding more as the summer goes on.  Stone photos and other information posted to this blog are the property of the blog owners and may not be posted to any other website.  Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.