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Friederich, Peter and unknown479 viewsDavid A Friederich's Grandfather is on the left when he was 21 yrs old in 1900. No idea who the other person is. Peter worked at the Planters Hotel in St Louis on the Riverfront as a Bellboy in 1900.
Jumbo Steam Engine472 viewsThis is the Jumbo steam engine that was used to pull the threshing machine and to run it after it was set up.
Hofbauer, John and Theresa (nee Huber) House469 views220 Main St
New Baden, IL
Submitted by Great-granddaughter, Donna Hofbauer Young (
Friederich, Peter J.468 viewsJoe's brother
Jumbo Threshing Machine466 viewsThe threshing machine coming into our farmyard on the way to out pasture behind the barn where the huge pile of straw would be easily accessible for winter bedding for the livestock and for use on the concrete floors in the chicken houses in the winter. A vague outline of the barn can be seen over the top of the Jumbo with one of the farm Implement storage buildings on the left.
Henderson, David and Friederich, Joe465 viewsJoe and his best friend, David, in Oklahoma. Joe named his son, David A., after him.
This David later died of cancer of the ear.
Friederich, Ola (nee Casey)462 viewsOla on her and Joe's wedding day in Oklahoma
Friederich, Joe and Ola 462 viewsJoe & Ola Friederich, on their Wedding Day. They were married at the Catholic Church in Eufuala, Oklahoma on May 5th, 1921.
Henry our Pet Rooster452 views
Unknown, possible Hopfinger394 viewsDarlene Acker Burzynski's mother had this picture in her possession. No one in the family knows who it is. Darlene's mother was a Haas. There were Hopfinger, Wolf, and Lander in her line. Darlene's dad was an Acker, with Reis, Rosche, and Helms in his ancestry. It’s possible that this is a Hopfinger, but it’s just a guess. The other women in the family died younger except for Christina Barbara Goedelmann who married first Hermann Acker and then Michael Rosche of Monroe County, IL. Christina Barbara Rosche nee Goedelmann was born on 8 Sep 1819 and died in 1910 and the picture would fit into her time period I believe. Contact Darlene at
Braun Gundlach, Katherine Braun375 views
Unknown336 viewsPhoto from Marty Lowe
Beckmann, Theo 328 viewsPlease help me to identify. The photo says Theo Beckmann and Caroline on the back. I can not identify a Theo (Theodore) Beckmann who would have been married to anyone named Caroline. Does anyone know this couple?
Unknown289 viewsPhoto from Marty Lowe
Unknown283 viewsPhoto from Marty Lowe
Unknown wedding picture238 viewsPhotographed by E. Butler, Carlyle, IL.
Unknown - taken in Carlyle236 viewsPurchased by Jean Jung ( at an antique shop in south St Louis. Since they were taken in Carlyle maybe someone may recognize them and want them. Anyone that recognizes these or wants them can have them. I just hate seeing beautiful wedding pictures sitting in an antique shop.
Unknown bride - taken in Carlyle197 viewsPurchased by Jean Jung ( at an antique shop in south St Louis. Since they were taken in Carlyle maybe someone may recognize them and want them. Anyone that recognizes these or wants them can have them. I just hate seeing beautiful wedding pictures sitting in an antique shop.
Yardley, Elvinia - Home, Boulder, 1896169 viewsPhoto from Jeanette Lucas
See Back of Photo
Slade, Joseph Alfred "Jack"157 viewsPhoto of oil painting of Joseph Alfred Slade, the original painting hangs in the Bale of Hay Saloon in Virginia City, Montana. It was painted from a description provided to the artist by an acquaintance of Jack.

Jack's physical description at age 18 is; 5' 6"; dark complexion; black eyes and light hair. This comes from his military papers dated October 16, 1848. His occupation at the time was listed as a farmer.
Photo submitted by Carolyn Kress Dennis (
Unknown152 viewsTaken at F. M. Strathmann Studio, Mascoutah, IL.
Contributed by: Darlene
Unknown152 viewsTaken at F. M. Strathmann Studio, Mascoutah, IL.
Contributed by: Darlene
Wehrle, Roy151 viewsHis mother was a Low
Photo from Marty Lowe
Hilmes, Herman Bernard and Hagen, Maria Elisabeth Family147 viewsThis is the family of Herman Bernard Hilmes and Maria Elisabeth Hagen. This photo was provided by Marsha Robinson their granddaughter. Additional IDs by Michele Hilmes.
Seated persons in front row, left to right: 1. George, 2. Herman Bernard Hilmes, 3. Maria Elisabeth Hagen, 4. Bill
Back row, all standing left to right: 1. Alvin, 2. Henry, 3. Anna m. Detmer, 4. Herman, 5. Margaret m. Detmer, 6. Bernard (Ben), 7. Joe
Wempe, Urbie and Max 143 viewsUrban Wempe and his mother's dog, Max. Mother was Christina Wempe and she lived in Aviston.
Detmer, Henry and Margaret (Hilmes)143 viewsMarried April 26th, 1910.
Hetzel, Christina (Martzlof)135 viewsPhoto from Marty Lowe
Low, Kate (Donaldson) (Cragg) w/ son John Donaldson 1909 134 viewsPhoto from Marty Lowe
Wright, Hattie129 viewsContact Marty Lowe if you are a relative and would like the original.
Yardley, Elvinia - Home, Boulder, 1896 (back of photo)129 viewsPhoto from Jeanette Lucas (
This information was on the back of the Yardley Home Photo
Low, Edna127 viewsEdna Low front row third from right, holding Centralia newspaper
Photo from Marty Lowe
Detmer, Theodore and Margaretha (Middeke)127 viewsMarried November 15, 1881 in St. Rose. Parents of Henry (1885), John Bernard (1882) Anna Clara (1883), August D. (1887), Catherine (1890), Elizabeth (1892), Theresia (1894), Joseph Herman (1895), Mary (1898), Adeline and John (1900), Anthony (?).
Detmer - October 1916 126 views2nd from left is Henry Detmer (1885-1934) of St. Rose
Going Into Town With Friends126 views
Low, Adie?125 views
Low123 views1st Thomas Low is seconds uncle, second Thomas is my grandfather.
Low, Henry McCoy & wife Magdalena (Hetzel) w/grndsn John Donaldson122 viewsPhoto from Marty Lowe
Low122 viewsPhoto 1 Magdalena Low (Hetzel) sitting, son George Low behind, Nora
Photo 2 Lonnie Low, Edna Low, George Low
Photo 3 Edna Low with unknown man
Photo 4 Low daughters Edna w/ tie, Nora top rt.
Photo from Marty Lowe
Hilmes, Alvin Herman and Rehkemper, Anna Elizabeth121 viewsAlvin Herman Hilmes marries Anna Elizabeth Rehkemper in St Rose, Illinois on October 13, 1937
Alvin Hilmes was born on 07 Mar 1907, died 25 Sep 1985 in Aviston, Clinton County, Illinois.

I do not have Anna’s information yet.

Submitted by Christy Santiago,
Low, Roy 1912120 viewsPhoto from Marty Lowe
Hagen, Maria Elisabeth120 viewsSubmitted by Christy Santiago,
Borgelt, Antoinette "Nettie"120 viewsAntoinette "Nettie" Borgelt wedding to Anton Wilken, photo taken in front of St. Mary's rectory house in Carlyle IL. From the left: Theodore "Ted" Borgelt, ; Mina Wilken; Henry Wilken, Anna Wilken; Anton Wilken the groom, Nettie the bride, Hedwig Marie Borgelt Voss, Benjamin Voss, Stella Borgelt Diekemper.
Yardley, Kate, Elvinia and Jerry119 viewsPhoto from Jeanette Lucas
Friederich Homestead119 viewsThis was the old homestead, built about 1835. Harold, David and Al were born in this house. The family that lived in it in 1849 died in the Cholera epidemic that swept the country during that period. Joe bought it from his brother, Charles, in about January of 1923. This picture was taken in 1962 while it was going through some painting and after the front porch had been removed.
The picket fenced garden that almost hid the front of the house from the road. It had permanent paths with flowering plants, rose bushes, Peonies, Lilacs, Gooseberry bushes, Rhubarb, Asparagus and vegetable beds... These were all in the distant past, stripping it of the look and feel of the warn happy homestead it had once been... Several years later it was bulldozed into a rubble that lies in a small thicket of white locust trees on the prairie...the only sounds now are the rustle of the leaves in the prairie breezes, the twitter of the birds and the occasional rustle of a cottontail rabbit.
Detmer, Margaret Rose (Hilmes) circa 1960?119 views
Low118 viewstop, Bill Low third from right
next, Bill Low on left,then Coalmorn, & Casetta
last Bill Low
Photo from Marty Lowe
Krost, Dorothea Rasch118 viewsOld spinning wheel back in hands of original owner, Mrs. Dorothea Rosch Krost, after forty years of rest from spinning. See]Click for text of Newspaper Article
Submitted by Great-granddaughter Regina.
Dad's Home112 views
Hilmes, Herman and Elizabeth (Hagen)112 viewsHerman was born in Germantown January 25th, 1862 and died September 2, 1932 in Aviston. Elizabeth was born in Westphalen, Germany June 9,1863 and died December 20th, 1935 in Aviston. Not sure of wedding date.
Memo: Herman Hilmes married Maria Eliza Hagen on 29 Jan 1884, Book 1, Page 75, Line 168 - could that be them?
Friederich, Dave111 viewshome on leave from the Navy, posing with his family and a neighbor
Low, Henry McCoy 109 viewsHenry McCoy Low, lived on Walnut ST. Breese. abt 1909
Casey, Mary (nee Hill)108 viewsHere is Mary Casey, my Grandmother, standing with Joe Friederich, Oley's sister Myrtle and my brother Alfred. 1936
I'm the one in the window on the left, making a face
Friederich, David and Delores108 views50 years later
Hilmes, Alvin107 viewsCropped from the wedding photo
B: 07 Mar 1907, Illinois D: 25 Sep 1985, Aviston, Illinois
Submitted by Christy Santiago,
Hilmes, Alvin106 viewsSubmitted by Christy Santiago,
Friederich, Ola with Hazel, Harold and David105 viewsVisiting at our Uncle's farm that was near ours in Illinois
Friederich, Hazel, David, Alfred with Harold--Home on leave in 1946.105 views
Mayhew, Reverend Henry104 viewsHenry Mayhew was born in 1822 (the area of Bond County, IL that would become Clinton County, IL). He was the son of Daniel Mayhew, Sr. and Elizabeth Curtis. His maternal grandfather was Henry Curtis, Jr., enumerated on the 1820 Bond County, IL census as a Free Person of Color.
Borgelt, Johann Heinrich "Henry" Borgelt and Catherin nee Schlueter102 viewsPicture taken circa 1865, as Catherine died in 1866. They are seated in front of their farm cottage in Wade Township Clinton County IL.
Hilmes, Herman Bernard101 viewsB: 1862 D: 1932
Submitted by Christy Santiago,
Wempe, Henry101 viewsHenry Wempe. I don't know who the other man is. That is the pump on the side of their house in Aviston.
Friederich, Ola (nee Casey)99 viewsIn front of one of our Chicken Houses in Illinois
1915 Ford99 views
Friederich, Hazel, Alfred, David and Harold99 views
Is she a Trentmann?99 views
Friederich, Harold, left, Ola holding David, and Hazel98 views
Friederich, Joe and Ola98 viewsJoe and Ola loved music.
Joe wrote on the back of this photo, sent to his brother in 1922, "This is to Twins".
1933 Chevy98 viewsMary Casey, Harold, Alfred, and David in front of the 1933 Chevy.
SCHONHOFF or Mondt 97 views
Oklahoma House95 viewsPicture Taken While Joe Friederich Lived In Oklahoma from 1906/1922
My Dad used to sit on the porch and target practice with his pistol hitting things on the rock in the South Canadian River
Wempe, Lidwina and possibly Imming, Victoria95 viewsLidwina Wempe, second from right, and her friends. I think that is Victoria Imming on the far right.
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