There is an antique store near our town which houses a ton of old photos, portraits, personal momentous, wedding dresses, etc- you name it, they have it. One lady has a whole collection of two families combined. One person is named Hermann Heinrich. I have taken pictures of the photos and other memorabilia but Ancestry.com stinks when it comes to finding a specific name and date. This guy was born Aug 25, 1891 in ElDorado, Wisconsin- OR this is a marriage license. I can't read old German so I don't know which it is. Anyway- contact me on here, or on Ancestry under the profile name of 'Georgene81'.
My Mother found this in my Grandmother's picture box. Anna Halliday was a bridesmaid at her sisters wedding, probably in Detroit, Michigan.
The picture was taken by:
Ballaun and Prusinski
1150 Chene St.
402 E. Canfield Ave.
This is a house called, "The Old Key Place", where first my G-Grandfather lived, and then my Grandfather, Grandmother, and Mother. My Mother was born here.
Thelma Ioma Ragland Sanders and husband, Samuel George Sanders. Their car is a 1956 Chrysler New Yorker.
This was found in my Grandmother Sanders picture box. We don't know anything about her, except what is written on the picture back. Her name is Anna Halliday and she was dressed as bridesmaid for her sisters wedding. The picture was taken by Ballaun & Prusinski, 1150 Chene St., 402 E.
Canfield Ave. Detroit, Michigan
This is Samuel George Sanders and his Uncle, William Pleasant Lingo. Taken in Detroit, Michigan around 1915-16.
My 8th class, in Atwood, Oklahoma.
On the back of the picture:
'Fools names and Monkeys
faces all appear in Public Places. Lone Oak School.
Lois, Thelma, J(?), Mittie Wiley. 8 Grade.'
Please go to STORIES> Ragland to read about the mystery of Charles Thomas Ragland.
This shows that Leonard Bells was paid $2.64 for traveling to be a witness for James R. Ragland against Matthew Thompson