A photo of John Gerdes and Edith Violet Gerdes (nee Ring) Headstone at The Church of England Cemetery, Hawthorn Ave, Rookwood, NSW, Australia. Buried with 3rd wife, Edith (Ring) Gerdes Area: AN, Section: 03, Grave: 667
A photo of Richard John Gerdes. Richard is standing beside 'H22 Steam Locomotive' which is known as 'Heavy Harry' which Richard drove as Engine Driver when working as a Railway Employee. 'Heavy Harry' is now located at the Railway Museum in Williamstown, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Richard's son, Ronald Gerdes was also an Engine Driver who also drove Heavy Harry.
A photo of Claude Henri Gerdes. Written on back of original photo reads "To Margaret with Love from Claude 26/10/1916.
Margaret being Claude's sister, Margaretta Energy Larsen (nee Gerdes). Whilst Claude was Serving his next of kin was Margaretta.
A photo of the Gutierrez kids, 1930's - My Aunts and Uncles standing on their front porch. Top row, Uncle Joe and Aunt "Concha", 2nd row, my mom, Josephine, Aunt Mary Louise, Uncle "Chuy", 3rd row, Uncle "Cano" "Bob", their German Shepard and Uncle Art facing away from camera.
A photo of the Gutierrez sisters - My mom and her beautiful sisters! Aunt Nellie,my mom, Josephine, Aunt Mary Louise and Aunt Concha. Aunt Angie in center. I think this photo was taken right before my Aunt Angie was married.
Purchased thethis unknown wedding portrait at a GoodWill store in Franklin, Wisconsin (south of Milwaukee.) There is nothing written on the portrait to indicate who this couple might be or who took the photo. Perhaps someone can tell the time period from the wedding clothes. This was the only photo I saw of this couple. Would love to find family who would love to have this photo. The couple looks like they could be very short people or even midgets.
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