This is circa 1920. My two aunts and their first cousin Fred Kehrwald.
Fred Kehrwald and his Uncle August H Rettammel (my grandmother), circa 1920 in Lyndon Station WI area.
This is an early 1920s photo on farm of my Uncle’s and Aunt, before 1925. Back row: left to right, Aunt Ida, Uncle Art, Uncle Bill, Uncle Ed; front left Uncle Norman, right Uncle Arnold.
My Grandpa and his daughter Mabel, mid-1920s.
My Paternal Rettammel side, circa 1929. Left to right back: Ida, Grandma Rettammel, Ed, Grandpa, Bill, visitor son-in-law, Art. Front Eva, Norman and Arnie.
Taking some time to organize files, research some, recheck databases and edit my trees (make sure sourced right). A nice December treat to myself. Practice what I preach – teach others.
As a member and leader in my local genealogy society, we have an annual December program for membership to display their own family history with our community.
Today was another of those events. It was a great success, with awesome stories, wonderful displays, and well done sourced research documentation to support the stories presented.
Just visited Pearl Harbor. Here are names of those who died on ship and still with ship.
Before coming to Maui, I never knew that the Spirit of St. Louis, 1927 fame Charles Lindbergh died and is buried in a remote part of Maui, Hawaii. But here is his final resting place on southern Maui, near Pacific Ocean. I found you Lindy!