This Wordless Wednesday post features the gravestone of Catharina Schneider, a woman, I believe, to be Heinrich Schneider’s sister. Let me tell you why.
“Back in the day” census research from microfilm at the local NARA office
A photo of the 1926 Pennsburg High School football team from the scrapbook. Do you recognize anyone?
A Greulich family photo from the archives for this Wordless Wednesday post.
George W. Houdeshell married Lovina Force in 1890. Between then and 1914, they had 12 children, ten of whom survived to adulthood. This Wordless Wednesday features a Houdeshell family photo.
Lillian (Snyder) Greulich, daughter of Henry and Saraphine (Witmer) Snyder, taught school in East Greenville until the Greulichs moved to Lansdale in 1922. I’m guessing, however, that this photo was taken in the late 1890s or early 1900s based on the women’s clothing and hairstyles. If you have ancestors who lived in East Greenville about […]
A photo of three generations of descendants of Reverend Frederick Waage: his eldest son Dr. Charles T. Waage (bearded), grandson Eugene Waage (Charles’ son), and great granddaughter Helen Wieder, daughter of Edwin J. and Mary Catharine (Waage) Wieder. Eugene was the son of Charles T. and his first wife Mary Ann Heisler. Mary Catharine, Helen’s […]
Before and after photos from the Hocker Christmas of 1972.
On 12 May 1786, Elizabeth Hocker, daughter of Johann Georg and Anna Margaretha Hacker, married General Henry Scheetz. Come see what I found in the Library of Congress’ Photos and Prints online collection.
A photo from a fun childhood memory and a story to go with it. Hope you enjoy it!