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Mollie Haseley
Mollie Haseley
confirmation 
 
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Mollie Haseley
Mollie Haseley
 
 
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Molly Retzlaff
Molly Retzlaff
 
 
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Mrs. John A. Mueller
Mrs. John A. Mueller
Anna Hoffmeister 
 
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Myron Haseley
Myron Haseley
Home on leave in Niagara Falls in front of sister Sophie Brown's house 
 
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Nancy Halstead Haseley & daughter Joan
Nancy Halstead Haseley & daughter Joan
 
 
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New York visit
New York visit
Inspecting the irrigation system in the muck on Jonas Haseley's farm 
 
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Norman DeVantier
Norman DeVantier
 
 
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Norman Wendt Family photo
Norman Wendt Family photo
 
 
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Oliver Otto Koehn
Oliver Otto Koehn
 
 
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Otto & Auguste Mueller
Otto & Auguste Mueller
Wedding Day 
 
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Otto & Wilhelmine Stoelting
Otto & Wilhelmine Stoelting
 
 
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Paul Gustav Sahr
Paul Gustav Sahr
 
 
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Paula, Phil, & Joan Haseley
Paula, Phil, & Joan Haseley
 
 
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Pauline Wurl Ziehl
Pauline Wurl Ziehl
Pauline Ziehl at her home on Nash Road 
 
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Peter J. Loge
Peter J. Loge
Peter Loge and family emigrated to America in 1843. Note:Mark on the lip is a scratch in the original silver plate. 
 
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Pfohl Haseley Wedding
Pfohl Haseley Wedding
Sigmmund Pfohl and Christine Haseley Wedding 
 
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Pfuhl - Haseley Wedding
Pfuhl - Haseley Wedding
Tony & Elsie Pfuhl 
 
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Pfuhl Family
Pfuhl Family
During Rev. John Pfuhl's visit  
 
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Philip & Auguste Mueller
Philip & Auguste Mueller
Wedding day 
 
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Philip Haseley
Philip Haseley
 
 
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Philipp & Emma Fahrenwald
Philipp & Emma Fahrenwald
Wedding Day 
 
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Philipp & Maria Haseley Walck
Philipp & Maria Haseley Walck
Wedding Day 
 
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Philipp C. & Luella Pfohl
Philipp C. & Luella Pfohl
Wedding day 
 
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Philipp Kroening with Purebred Belgians
Philipp Kroening with Purebred Belgians
Philipp with his horses on the Lockport Rd. farm 
 
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Phillip & Anna Haseley
Phillip & Anna Haseley
Wedding Day 
 
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Phillip & Hedwig Williams
Phillip & Hedwig Williams
Wedding Day 
 
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Phillip Fahrenwald
Phillip Fahrenwald
 
 
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Phillip Haseley Sr.
Phillip Haseley Sr.
 
 
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Phillip Johannes Schultz
Phillip Johannes Schultz
 
 
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Phillip Mueller & John Pfohl
Phillip Mueller & John Pfohl
 
 
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Ray & Allan DeVantier
Ray & Allan DeVantier
 
 
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Raymond & Elverna Haseley
Raymond & Elverna Haseley
 
 
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Raymond & Nancy Haseley
Raymond & Nancy Haseley
 
 
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Raymond & Nancy Haseley
Raymond & Nancy Haseley
 
 
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Raymond Haseley & Rosina Wittkop Haseley
Raymond Haseley & Rosina Wittkop Haseley
Ray home on leave in 1942 
 
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Ready to rake hay at the Pfuhl farm
Ready to rake hay at the Pfuhl farm
John, Cordelia, Eleonore, Louie, and Rudy.  
 
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Refreshments after Choir Rehearsal.
Refreshments after Choir Rehearsal.
 
 
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Reinhard Haseley
Reinhard Haseley
 
 
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Rev Alfred & Luella Ewald
Rev Alfred & Luella Ewald
Wedding Day 
 
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Rev Edward, Irma & Frances Grabau
Rev Edward, Irma & Frances Grabau
The Grabau's returning from the picnic in the Tuscarora Indian Reservation. 
 
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Rev Herman Mackensen
Rev Herman Mackensen
 
 
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Rev J. A. A. Grabau
Rev J. A. A. Grabau
 
 
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Rev John Pfohl
Rev John Pfohl
 
 
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Rev John Pfohl
Rev John Pfohl
 
 
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Rev. Henry, Margaret, and Phillip Mueller
Rev. Henry, Margaret, and Phillip Mueller
 
 
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Rev. J. W. Weinbach and family
Rev. J. W. Weinbach and family
A poor quality photo of Pastor Weinbach probably taken in Stratford Ontario. Eldest daughter Katherine would become the second wife of Wheatfield-born Herman Richert and the couple would move to the Saginaw Valley in Michigan. Eldest son Wilhelm would move to Mobile Alabama to serve as a principal at a Lutheran school but died young and left a widow and young daughter. Their next child, Carl, is not in the photo as he died in Bergholz in 1885 and is buried there. Another young child, daughter Christiane (1872-1873), is also buried in Bergholz, I think. The next child was son Christian. He too went to Mobile and studied medicine there. He returned to Buffalo and practiced there as a doctor. His grandson said he died at age 40 from cirrhosis of the liver. Dr. Christian had taken to drinking after two of his children died very young; from infectious diseases that he blamed himself for bringing home with him from his work. Youngest daughter Hermine was married twice; first to Harold Stosskopf of Perth County Ontario and second to Henry Kruschke of Eau Claire, WI. She lived for a time in Saginaw before ending up in St. Paul, MN. Youngest son Otto would become a Lutheran pastor serving in Delhi and Clifford Ontario before ending up in Baltimore, MD 
 
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Rev. Johann William & Elizabeth Korn Weinbach
Rev. Johann William & Elizabeth Korn Weinbach
Rev. Weinbach was one of the early pastors at St Peter's in Walmore (1865)and also at Holy Ghost in Bergholz (1867). 
 
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Rev. John N. Grabau
Rev. John N. Grabau
 
 
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Rev. Leonard & Gladys Haseley
Rev. Leonard & Gladys Haseley
At the farm on Walmore Rd, Sanborn, NY 
 

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