Saturday, September 14, 2013

Photo Number 1341

This is a Cabinet Card from Craig’s Collection.
Barney Krumholz Fairbury Illinois
The gentleman is using the wicker chair to hold himself steady. 
Barney Krumholz Fairbury Illinois back
Barney Krumholz had his photo taken in  Fairbury, ILL by a photographer by the name of Phillips.
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Update from Iggy:

Bernard was a farmer. 
Bernard Krumholz (Oct. 24, 1871 in Germany - Oct. 12, 1953 in Illinois) Husband of Anna Marie (nee) Weber Krumholz (1880 - 1958). 

Parent: Jacob Theodore Krumholz (1838 - 1916) and Agatha Kleinhans Krumholz (1840 - 1904)

Children:
Daniel Conrad Krumholz (1902 - 1972)*
Elizabeth Mary Krumholz Noel (1903 - 1999)*
John Krumholz (1906 - 1972)*
Marie Agatha Krumholz (1908 - 1910)*
Anna Frances Krumholz Nauman (1911 - 1994)*
Edward Bernard Krumholz (1917 - 2000)*

Burial:
Saint Marys Cemetery, Metamora, Woodford County, Illinois.

5 comments:

  1. I wasn't too convinced until I discovered Anna Marie Weber's family lived in Peoria and Fairbury. This Barnard was a farmer.

    Bernard Krumholz (Oct. 24, 1871 in Germany - Oct. 12, 1953 in Illinois) Husband of Anna Marie (nee) Weber Krumholz (1880 - 1958).

    Parent: Jacob Theodore Krumholz (1838 - 1916) and Agatha Kleinhans Krumholz (1840 - 1904)

    Children:
    Daniel Conrad Krumholz (1902 - 1972)*
    Elizabeth Mary Krumholz Noel (1903 - 1999)*
    John Krumholz (1906 - 1972)*
    Marie Agatha Krumholz (1908 - 1910)*
    Anna Frances Krumholz Nauman (1911 - 1994)*
    Edward Bernard Krumholz (1917 - 2000)*

    Burial:
    Saint Marys Cemetery, Metamora, Woodford County, Illinois.

    Find A Grave Memorial# 15653104

    (http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=15653104)

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  2. It would be wonderful he he could find his way back to his family!

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  3. My last name is German but it sure doesn't look like that. I guess I have never really studied names of people from Germany to see the variety that comes from there. The Schultz with the z actually shows that German names did have z's in them.

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  4. Well, looks like that one is headed straight for a Full Circle feature--and soon!

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  5. Very interesting info. That chair is awesome.

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