This picture is of the Mill Creek School, Mill Creek, Indiana. It burned in the late 1930's.
Arthur William Heidke and Dorothea Louisa Bertram Heidke, photo thought to be taken on their wedding day in 1908. They became the parents of Bertha, Arthur, Theodore, Frank, Dorothy, Walter, and Ralph.
Anna Louise Heidke, daughter of Bruno Rudolph Heidke and Anna Louise Anderson. She was born 31 Jan 1908 in Chicago, ILL. She died 29 April 1933, LaPorte, IN. She married Raymond William Long on 04 Apr 1931 in Michigan City, IN.
Anna Louise Anderson Heidke and her daughter Anna Louise Heidke. Anna Louise Heidke became the wife of Raymond William Long in 1931. They parented two children: Harold Long and Kathleen Long.
Anna Louise Anderson Heidke and her daughter, Anna Louise Heidke. Anna Louise Heidke later became the mother of Harold Long and Kathleen Long Grage. Anna Louise Heidke's father was Bruno Rudolph Heidke.
Bruno (1883-1976) and Anna Louise Anderson Heidke (1885-1936), grandparents of Harold and Kathleen Long; and Anna Louise Heidke (1908-1933), later the mother of Harold and Kathleen. Bruno son of Theodor and Pauline Matzke Heidke. Anna Louise dau of John and Louise Wiesemann Anderson.
Theodor Adolf Heidke son of Rudolph and Bertha, and his wife, Pauline Matzke with their two oldest sons, Bruno Rudolph and Arthur William, after their arrival in the US from Germany in 1890. Theodor and Pauline great grandparents of Harold Long, Kathleen Grage, and Billy Gallagher. Arthur grandfather of Billy; Bruno grandfather of Harold and Kathleen. Picture courtsey of William and Jeanne Gallagher.
Photograph of the cast of Cheaper by the Dozen, directed by Mrs. Richard Roth. Scenery by Fritz Matthai
Fredrick Chalres Lass and his bride, Carrie Luella Halling, daughter of Fredrick Halling and Sarah H. Good.
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Harold Long This Rudolph was the son of Rudolph and Bertha Heidke and a brother of Theodor Adolf Heidke. He remained in Berlin and owned a large apartment house there which remained undamaged during WWII. It is visable today.
Feb 17, 2003 · posted to the photo Rudolf and Anna Klatte Heidke, Germany 1900