The Youngest of Joseph’s Good-Looking Women

A previous blog post is the starting point for today’s story. A photograph was the centerpiece of that post that can be found at the following link: Surrounded by Good-Looking Women That post included the photograph shown below which shows Joseph and Maria Weinhold along with their 8 daughters. The youngest of the Weinhold daughters … More The Youngest of Joseph’s Good-Looking Women

Rudy’s Grandma

Anna Josephine Wunderlich was born on December 12, 1876, so today would have been her 142nd birthday.  She was the daughter of John and Josephine (Bendel) Wunderlich.  Anna was the youngest child in the family.  We have this photograph of Anna’s parents. Anna was baptized on Christmas Eve in 1876, which was a Sunday.  This … More Rudy’s Grandma

Siegmund and Lydia – The Oswalds from Stringtown

Ella Lydia Koenig was born on December 11, 1892, so today would have been her 126th birthday.  Her parents were Emanuel and Clara (Weinhold) Koenig.  She was the sister of John Koenig, whose story was written in the post shown below. A Koenig-Lorenz Couple Lydia was baptized at Salem Lutheran Church in Farrar, Missouri.  This … More Siegmund and Lydia – The Oswalds from Stringtown

A B/W Wedding

I did a search on what the acronym, B/W, could mean.  It had several possibilities.  It could mean black and white, and I have referred to black and white wedding dresses in the past.  It could mean “be with”.  Or it could mean “between” or “better or worse”.  I suppose all of these could somehow … More A B/W Wedding