Saturday, June 29, 2019

July 2019 Genealogy and Local History Calendar




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June 29 and 30, Saturday and Sunday, General John Stark’s Mustering of the Militia, at the Fort at No. 4, 267 Springfield Road, Charlestown, New Hampshire. During the American Revolution, Charlestown was an assembly point for 1,500 Colonial troops under General John Stark.  The New Hampshire Militia left town and marched to engage “Gentleman” John Burgoyne in the 1777 Battle of Bennington.  http://www.fortat4.org/events/stark/starks-muster.php

July 1 – 7, Boston Harborfest, at locations all around metropolitan Boston, Massachusetts. The 38th year celebrating Boston’s maritme and revolutionary history. https://www.bostonharborfest.com/   Family Friendly, historical re-enactments, walks, boat tours, live entertainment, and much more!

July 2, Tuesday, 6pm, Isaac Allerton: Mayflower, Magistrate, and Merchant, at the Massachusetts Historical Society, 1154 Boylston Street, Boston, Massachusetts.  $10 fee per person, 5:30, 5:30 pre-talk reception. Presented by David Furlow and Lisa Pennington.  Register here: https://masshist.org/calendar/event?event=2881

July 3, Wednesday, 10am, New Visitor Tour of the New England Historic Genealogical Society, 99 – 101 Newbury Street, Boston, Massachusetts.  Free to the public. Stay and use the library after the tour. No registration necessary.

July 3, Wednesday, 11am, The Great Albacore Haul Out Story! At the USS Albacore Submarine and Museum, Albacore Park, Portsmouth, New Hampshire. (also held at 11am July 6, 10, 12, 17, 20, 24, 27 and 31)

July 3, Wednesday, noon, Community Readings: Frederick Douglass’s Fourth of July Speech.  To commemorate this immortal speech, readings will take place in each of the following locations:  Nashua, NH (Rivier College), Plymouth, NH (Town Green), Warner, NH (Town Hall), Hopkinton, NH (Town Hall), Lebanon, NH (Colburn Park), Exeter, NH (Historical Society), Dover, NH (Public Library), Portsmouth, NH (Strawbery Banke Museum Visitor Center), Keene, NH (St. James Episcopal Church), Manchester, NH (To be Determined).  Sponsored by the Black Heritage Trail, NH and the New Hampshire Humanities Council.  See this flyer for more information https://www.nhhumanities.org/sites/default/files/FrederickDouglass%20Poster%202019.pdf

July 3 and 4, Wednesday and Thursday, 9:30 – 5pm, Independence Day Celebrations, at Old Sturbridge Village, 29 Stallion Hill Road, Sturbridge, Massachusetts. Parade, 19th century baseball, militia marches, cannon and musket demonstrations, food, children’s games, and on July 4 only, watch a citizen naturalization ceremony on the village common.  Included with standard admission. www.osv.org

July 4, Thursday, 11am and 2pm, Beacon Hill Treasures Walking Tour, at the Otis House 141 Cambridge Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Free tours of the Otis House on the half hour from 11am to 4:30pm.  Advance tickets recommended please call 617-994-5420 $17 per person. Hosted by Historic New England.

July 4, Thursday, noon – 6pm, Celebrate Independence Day at Adams National Historical Park, 1250 Hancock Street, Quincy, Massachusetts. A stage play “Jefferson and Adams”, a reading of the Declaration of Independence, and more!  Free to the public.

July 5, Friday, 10am – 4pm, FREE Fun Friday at the Cape Cod Maritime Museum, 135 South Street, Hyannis, Massachusetts. Sponsored by the Highland Street Foundation.

July 5, Friday, 9:30am – 4pm, FREE Fun Friday at the Pilgrim Hall Museum, 75 Court Street, Plymouth, Massachusetts.  Sponsored by the Highland Street Foundation.

July 5, Friday, 10:30am – 3pm, FREE Fun Friday at The Telephone Museum, 289 Moody Street, Suite 111, Waltham, Massachusetts. Sponsored by the Highland Street Foundation.

July 6, Saturday, 11am – 12:30pm, Walk with Washington, at the Governor Langdon House, 143 Pleasant Street, Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Tickets are $12 from Historic New England, and include a 50% off tour of the Langdon House for any day in 2019. Advanced tickets are recommended at 603-436-3205.

July 6, Saturday, noon – 4pm, Meet the Washingtons, at the Longfellow House, 105 Brattle Street, Cambridge, Massachusetts.  Family Friendly.  Meet the commander-in-chief and his wife, ask questions, take photos, try out colonial clothing, and play historic games.  Crafts and activities available.  Free to the public.

July 6, Saturday, 11am – 3pm, 17th Century Saturday, at the North Andover Historical Society, 153 Academy Road, North Andover, Massachusetts.  Free to the public.

July 6, Saturday, 10am, Arts and Mysteries Revealed, at the House of Seven Gables, 115 Derby Street, Salem, Massachusetts. Historic trade demonstrations. Family Friendly. Included with museum admission.

July 6 and 7, Saturday and Sunday, The Battle of Hubbarton, at Hubbarton Battlefield State Historic Site, Castleton, Vermont. Sunday morning battle reenactment. 

July 8 – 12, Daily, Revolutionary Kids Camp at the American Independence Museum, 1 Governors Lane, Exeter, New Hampshire. Tickets at www.independencemuseum.org  This is a full-day living history experience for children ages 9 – 12.

July 8, Monday, 7pm, The History of Gym Class, at the Camp Morgan Lodge, 339 Millen Pond Road, Washington, New Hampshire. Presented by Rebecca Noel.  Note: A potluck dinner at 6pm, with the program at 7pm. Free to the public. Hosted by the Washington Historical Society with a grant from the New Hampshire Humanities Council.

July 10, Wednesday, 7:30pm, The Making of Strawbery Banke, at the Holderness Historical Society, US Route 3 (Curry Place behind the Post Office), Holderness, New Hampshire.  Present by historian J. Dennis Robinson. Free to the public.

July 11, Thursday, 5:30pm, Big House, Little House, Back House, Barn: The Connected Farm Buildings of New England, at the Hill Library, 1151 Parker Mountain Road, Strafford, New Hampshire.  Presented by Thomas Hubka. Free to the public.

July 11, Thursday, 7pm, Robert Rogers of the Rangers, at the Springfield Town Meeting House, 23 Four Corners Road, Springfield, New Hampshire. Presented by George Morrison. Free to the public.

July 12, Friday, 10am – 4pm, Free Fun Friday at the New England Quilt Museum, 18 Shattuck Street, Lowell, Massachusetts. Sponsored by the Highland Street Foundation.

July 12, Friday, 10am – 5pm, Free Fun Friday at the Springfield Museums, 21 Edwards Street, Springfield, Massachusetts. Sponsored by the Highland Street Foundation.

July 13, Saturday, 10am – 4pm, American Independence Festival, Exeter, New Hampshire. Historic Battle re-enactments, colonial artisan demonstrations, children’s activities, cannon firings, crafts, music, food and more. www.independencemuseum.org

July 13, Saturday, 10am – 4pm, Patton Homestead Military Service Day, 650 Asbury Street, Hamilton, Massachusetts.  Free to the public. 1943 M4A Sherman Tank Demonstration, Massachusetts State Police Ec135 Helicopter Landing, possible Army UH-60 Blackhawk Helicopter landing (pending approval), military re-enactors, equipment displays, demonstrations, military vehicles, Boston Park Ranger Mounted Patrol Unit, Massachusetts State Police K, food trucks, and more!  Tour the Patton Family archive inside the General’s home for $10. $5 Parking donation.

July 13, Saturday, 10am, NHS Second Saturday Tour – Civil War Tour of Yantic Cemetery, at the Yantic Cemetery, 68 Lafayette Street, Norwich, Connecticut. Hosted by the Norwich Historical Society. Led by local expert Vic Butsch. Tour is approximately one hour.

July 13, Saturday, noon – 3pm, Vintage Baseball Doubleheader:  Newburyport Calmdiggers vs. Lynn Live Oaks at the Spencer-Pierce-Little Farm, 5 Little’s Lane, Newbury, Massachusetts. No reserved seating, bring blankets and lawn chairs.  Snacks for purchase. Games played with 1864 rules. Call 978-462-2634 for more information.

July 13-14, Saturday and Sunday, Glover’s Summer Encampment, at Fort Sewall, Marblehead, Massachusetts.  Revolutionary War skirmishes in the streets of Marblehead, with an encampment at the scenic fort overlooking Marblehead harbor.

July 14, Sunday, 10am – 6pm, American Ancestors at Open Newbury Street 2019, at the New England Historic Genealogical Society, 99 – 101 Newbury Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Free to the public.  Pedestrian only day on Newbury Street in which vendors offer special activities, deals and experiences.  Free entry ot the first floor of the library with family history themed games and activities, special offers and a raffle.

July 17, Wednesday,10am,  New Visitor Tour of the New England Historic Genealogical Society, 99 – 101 Newbury Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Free to the public.  Stay and use the library following the tour. No registration necessary.

July 17, Wednesday, 11am, Lunchtime Lecture by the Sea: America’s Kitchens, at Coolidge Point, 9 Coolidge Point Road, Manchester-by-the-Sea, Massachusetts.  Presented by Historic New England’s senior curator Nancy Carlisle.  Includes a boxed lunch and a chance to stroll the grounds. Advanced tickets required $35 at 978-522-5540.

July 17, Wednesday, noon, Class Conflict, Political Violence, and Coerced Oath-Taking in 1760s New England, at the Massachusetts Historical Society, 1154 Boylston Street, Boston, Massachusetts.  Free to the public as part of the brown bag lunch lecture series.  Presented by Kevin Murphy of SUNY Stony Brook. 

July 17, Wednesday, 6pm, Big House, Little House, Back House, Barn: The Connected Farm Buildings of New England, at the Barrington Public Library, 105 Ramsdell Lane, Barrington, New Hampshire.  Presented by Thomas Hubka. Free to the public.

July 18, Thursday, 5 – 9pm, Balch Tavern Night, hosted by Historic Beverly.  Meet up at the historic Balch House for Tavern Night.  No revolutions will be launched, but you can explore the 17th century house and grounds, learn about the Balch family in Beverly, and enjoy light refreshments and locally brewed beverages from Gentile Brewery.  $10 cover.  Beer for purchase. Ages 21+ only.

July 18, Thursday, 5:30, Boston Historical Reception, at the Massachusetts Historical Society, 1154 Boylston Street, Boston, Massachusetts.  Boston has no Historical Society, but the metro area does have a wealth of history organizations.  This is the fifth annual reception for history buffs and representatives of local organizations to mingle, share accomplishments, and talk about the great projects on which they are working.  Free, but registration is required: https://masshist.org/calendar/event?event=2884

July 18, Thursday, 6pm, Archaeology of the Sublime: Recent Discoveries in the Scottish Highlands, at the New England Historic Genealogical Society, 99 – 101 Newbury Street, Boston.  Presented by Derek Alexander $20. Register at https://my.americanancestors.org/single/eventDetail.aspx?p=1165 

July 13, Saturday, 10am – 4pm, 240th Anniversary of the Battle of New Haven, hosted by the Connecticut Society of the Sons of the American Revolution.  This event commemorates when 3,000 British invaded New Haven in 1779, and 19 patriots defended the site.  http://www.ctvisit.com/listings/black-fort-and-fort-nathan-hale 

July 18, Thursday, 6:30, Gold Standard Proof for your Genealogy, part of the “Finding Your Ancestors” series at the Mayflower Society House, 4 Winslow Street, Plymouth, Massachusetts.  Presented by genealogist Christopher Lee.  Free to the public. For more information see www.themayflowersociety.org

July 13 and 14, 240th Anniversary of the Assault on Stony Point, at the Stony Point Battlefield State Historic Site, 44 Battlefield Road, Stony Point, New York. Hosted by the 2d Virginia Regiment.

July 18, Thursday, 6:30pm, Having a Fine Time in Manchester: Vintage Post Cards and Local History, at the Meredith Public Library, 91 Main Street, Meredith, New Hampshire.  Free to the public. Presented by Robert Perreault.

July 18, Thursday, 7pm , Big House, Little House, Back House, Barn: The Connected Farm Buildings of New England, at the North Hampton Town Hall, 231 Atlantic Avenue, North Hampton, New Hampshire.  Presented by Thomas Hubka. Free to the public.

July 19, Friday, 9am – 5pm, Free Fun Friday at Battleship Cove, 5 Water Street, Fall River, Massachusetts. Sponsored by the Highland Street Foundation.

July 19, Friday, 9am – 5pm, Free Fun Friday at the New England Historic Genealogical Society, 101 Newbury Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Sponsored by the Highland Street Foundation.

July 21, Sunday, noon – 3pm, Vintage Baseball Double-Header: Lynn Live Oaks vs. Lowell BBC, at the Spencer-Pierce-Little Farm, 5 Little’s Lane, Newbury, Massachusetts. Games played with 1864 rules. No reserved seating. Bring blankets or lawn chairs. Snacks for purchase. For more information call 978-462-2634. 

July 21, Sunday, 1pm, Big House, Little House, Back House, Barn: The Connected Farm Buildings of New England, at Jefferson Town Hall, 698 Presidential Highway, Jefferson, New Hampshire.  Presented by Thomas Hubka. Free to the public.

July 22, Monday, 6pm, The Legacy of the China Trade in Massachusetts: The Emergence of a Global Boston, at the Massachusetts Historical Society, 1154 Boylston Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Pre-talk reception at 5:30.  Presented by Gwenn Miller, College of the Holy Cross; Dael Norwood, University of Delaware; with moderator Tunney Lee of MIT.  $10 per person. Register here: https://masshist.org/calendar/event?event=2906

July 23, Tuesday, 6:30pm, New Hampshire on High: Historic and Unusual Weathervanes of the Granite State, at the Nesmith Library 8 Fellows Road, Windham, New Hampshire.  Presented by Glenn Knobock. Free to the public.

July 24, Wednesday, 7pm, A History of Native Burial Looting, Destruction & Protection in New Hampshire, at the Tuftonboro Historical Society, 449 Governor Wentworth Highway, Melvin Village, New Hampshire. Presented by John and Donna Moody. Free to the public.

July 24, Wednesday, 7pm, Big House, Little House, Back House, Barn: The Connected Farm Buildings of New England, at the Lake Winnipesaukee Museum, 503 Endicott Street North, Laconia, New Hampshire.  Presented by Thomas Hubka. Free to the public.

July 25, Thursday, 1 – 3pm, Behind the Scenes in Collections Storage: Conservation, at the Historic New England Haverhill Regional Office, 151 Essex Street, Haverhill, Massachusetts.  $30 per adult, registration required at 617-994-6678.

July 25, Thursday, 4pm, Teddy Roosevelt’s Nobel Prize:  New Hampshire and the Portsmouth Peace Treaty, at the Fells, 456 Route 103A, Newbury, New Hampshire. Free to the public.

July 25, Thursday 6:30pm, Big House, Little House, Back House, Barn: The Connected Farm Buildings of New England, at the Kimball Public Library, 5 Academy Avenue, Atkinson, New Hampshire.  Presented by Thomas Hubka. Free to the public.

July 26, Friday, 10am – 5pm, Free Fun Friday at Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the US Senate, 210 Morrisey Blvd, Boston, Massachusetts.  Sponsored by the Highland Street Foundation.

July 26, Friday, 8:30am – 4:30pm, Free Fun Friday at the Commonwealth Museum, at Boston Columbia Point, Boston, Massachusetts. Sponsored by the Highland Street Foundation.

July 26, Friday, 9:30am – 4:30pm, Free Fun Friday at Historic Deerfield, 84B Old Main Street, Deerfield, Massachusetts. Sponsored by the Highland Street Foundation.

July 26, Friday, 9am – 4pm, Free Fun Friday at the Larz Anderson Auto Museum, 15 Newton Street, Brookline, Massachusetts.  Sponsored by the Highland Street Foundation.

July 27, Saturday, 4th Annual Pioneer Valley History Camp, at the Kitteridge Center at Holyoke Community College, 303 Homestead Drive, Holyoke, Massachusetts.  Lots of fun for adults!  For more information and registration see https://historycamp.org/pioneer-valley 

July 27, Saturday, 2pm and 3:30pm, Summer with the Quincys, at the Quincy House, 20 Muirhead Street, Quincy, Massachusetts. A walking tour of the Wollaston neighborhood. Stay for a tour of the 1770 Josiah Quincy house. Free to the public.

July 27 and 28, Saturday and Sunday, 17th Annual Wells Beach Harbor Pow wow, at 362 Harbor Road, Wells, Maine.   Open to the public, bring chairs.  Vendors, music, dancing, drumming.

July 28, Sunday, 10am – 4pm, 2019 Nipmuc Nation Powwow, the Hassanamesit Reservation, 80 Brigham Hill Road, Grafton, Massachusetts.  Hosted by the Nipmuc Nation. Drumming, dancing, crafts, food, children’s activities. Suggested donations adults $4 and children $2.

July 29, Monday, 1pm, Sharing your Genealogy Research Results, at the Amesbury Public Library, Amesbury, Massachusetts.  Presented by genealogist Seema Kenney. Free to the public.

July 29 – August 12, 2019,  Introduction to the Polish Heritage:  A unique insight into Poland’s History, Culture, Folklore, and Traditions.  All inclusive Tour of Poland from Boston.  Sponsored by the Polish Center of Discover and Learning of Chicopee, Massachusetts.  Stas Radosz invites you to join the 10th Edition of the Polish Heritage Tour.  This year features Gdansk in time for the Dominican Fair; as well as the fortified castles of Malbork, Gniew, and Kwidzyn; the prehistoric Slav settlement of Biskupin, and the Beskidy Mountains and the Lemko culture. Space is limited. Check if space is available at 413-592-0001 or email polishcenter@elms.edu 

July 30, Tuesday, 6pm, The Architecture of Thomas Jefferson: Why It Matters Today, at Coolidge Point, 9 Coolidge Point Road, Manchester-by-the-Sea, Massachusetts. Presented by professor Henry Adams. Advance tickets required http://jeffersonmemorialcenter.org/

July 30, Tuesday, 6pm, The Legacy of the China Trade in Massachusetts: Families, Fortunes, & Foreign Luxuries, at the Massachusetts Historical Society, 1154 Boylston Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Pre-talk reception at 5:30.  Presented by Caroline Frank, Brown University; Dane Morrison, Salem State University; with moderator Gwenn Miller, of the College of the Holy Cross. $10 per person fee. Register here: https://masshist.org/calendar/event?event=2907

August 1 -5, Thursday to Monday,  Parade of Sail, Tall Ships, in Portsmouth Harbor, Portsmouth, New Hampshire.  Parade of Sail 1:15 August 1st (up the Piscataqua River, under the Memorial Bridge, and turn around back to the State Pier).  Ships will be open for tours 10am – 5pm, August 2- 4, and ships depart on August 5th.


Future Events:


August 10 – 16, 2019, Founders, Fishermen and Family History Cruise, On Holland America’s ms Zaandam, departing Boston on August 10 for a 7 night trip to Canada, ports include Montreal, Quebec City, the Gulf of St. Lawrence, Charlottetown (Prince Edward Island), Sydney, Halifax, Bar Harbor, and Boston, Massachusetts. Speakers include the genealogists Gena Philibert-Ortega, Tami Osmer Mize, and David Allen Lambert. See the website for more information: http://www.oconnelltravel.com/rw/view/38994 



Friday, June 28, 2019

Photo Friday - Casa de Abuelo Manuel Martin


The note on the back of the photo
Another view
When we were in Spain Vincent's cousin was cleaning his parents' apartment and found a stash of old photos.  He kindly let us photograph many of these photos. Fortunately we were able to look them over with my mother-in-law, who was able to identify many family members in the photos.

These photos show Vincent's cousin Chemari (José María) as a young boy with his grandfather, Vincent's tio Joaquín García, in front of the home of Manuel Martin Ventura in the village of Villar de Ciervo, Salamanca, Spain. Manuel Martin was Vincent's great grandfather, too!  I don't think Vincent ever met this ancestor, even though he lived during Vincent's lifetime.   We visited Villar de Ciervo over 20 years ago, and I have a painting of this same house hanging on my office wall, but the view is from the rear of the house.  It was painted by the village pharmacist!



Manuel Martin was born about 1880 in Barcelona, the son of Mateo Martín, a native of Vitigudino, Salamanca, and Manuela Ventura.  Manuel married on 23 January 1904 in Villar de Ciervo to Josefa Rivero, born 23 October 1884 in Villar Ciervo and died 17 November 1937 in Villar Ciervo.  They had four children - María Joaquina, Nicolás, Luisa Antonia, and María Consuelo (Vincent's maternal grandmother, who grew up in this house).

Manuel Martin was a cattle and sheep trader, and a breeder of "toros bravos" or bulls bred for the sport of bullfighting.  He was a farmer and grew grapes for wine.  Manuel Martin often traveled to Barcelona to trade his bulls, just like his father.  We aren't sure if the Martin family is native to Salamanca or to Barcelona.

Josefa Rivero and Manuel Martin
Villar de Ciervo, Salamanca, Spain


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Heather Wilkinson Rojo, "Photo Friday - Abuelo Manuel", Nutfield Genealogy, posted June 28, 2019, ( https://nutfieldgenealogy.blogspot.com/2019/06/photo-friday-casa-de-abuelo-manuel.html: accessed [access date]).

Wednesday, June 26, 2019

Weathervane Wednesday - An American Eagle

A special edition of "Weathervane Wednesday"...



This beautiful three dimensional bald eagle was photographed at 32 Beach Street, Rockport, Massachusetts atop the gazebo outside of the American Legion Edward Peterson Post 98.  This post was founded in 1920, and the building is the former Beach Street School, built in the mid 1860s.  It became the Legion hall on 7 July 1930.

I think the choice of an eagle is perfect for a Legion Hall.





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Heather Wilkinson Rojo, "Weathervane Wednesday - An American Eagle", Nutfield Genealogy, posted June 26, 2019, ( https://nutfieldgenealogy.blogspot.com/2019/06/weathervane-wednesday-american-eagle.html: accessed [access date]).

Saturday, June 22, 2019

Bound Rock - One of New Hampshire's Historical Curiosities


BOUND ROCK
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This rock, originally in the middle of Hampton
River, indicated the start of the boundary line
surveyed by Capt. Nicholas Shapley and marked
by him "AD 1657 - HB and SH" to determine the
line between Hampton and Salisbury.  HB meaning
"Hampton Bound" and SH Shapley's mark.
Lost for many decades due to the shifting of 
the river's mouth, the original course of the 
river, and the Bound Rock were rediscovered
 in 1937.  This historically important boulder,
still serving as the boundary marker, was
enclosed by the State of New Hampshire that
same year. 

This unassuming, overgrown tiny park might just be the smallest park in Seabrook, New Hampshire, and probably the smallest park in the entire state.  We stopped here to find the Bound Rock, read the sign, but couldn't find the famous rock even when we got out of the car and searched the park.  Behind all the overgrown grass we saw a concrete structure covered with a metal grill.  Even when we looked in we couldn't see the rock.   


Can you see the rock?


Back left corner of this tiny lot of land




Looking down this concrete structure, all we saw was seawater.
It was high tide, and two blocks from the beach.

What is the story behind this rock? Why was it preserved, and then hidden in such an odd way in this funny little forgotten park? 

The Bound Rock described above on the historical marker marked the BOUNDary of what was known to be New Hampshire in 1657.  You can see my blog post HERE from last fall which describes the Shapley Line, which started at the Bound Rock and ran west.  Over time this boundary has changed, but the Rock remained a historical oddity.  It was nominated as a National Historic Site in 1978. 

In 1965 the town of Hampton purchased this little lot of land squeezed between two beach cottages near Plymouth and Woodstock Streets, and moved the Bound Rock here.  It was set down inside the protective cement well in 1937.  Some time later in 1962 it was covered with the metal grill which now completely obscures the rock (unless you bring a strong flashlight and also visit at an extreme low tide).  


For the truly curious:

The Shapley Line Marker blog post: 

The Lane Library in Hampton has a page with many links to many stories about Bound Rock and it's strange history:

Also see Peter Randall's book Hampton: A Century of Town and Beach, 1888 - 1988

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Heather Wilkinson Rojo, "Bound Rock - One of New Hampshire's Historical Curiosities", Nutfield Genealogy, posted June 22, 2019, (  https://nutfieldgenealogy.blogspot.com/2019/06/bound-rock-one-of-new-hampshires.html: accessed [access date]). 

Friday, June 21, 2019

Photo Friday - Funny Story

There is a funny story attached to this glamorous photo of my mother-in-law...


back of the photo
dated April 1960

My mother-in-law was married in January 1960 and removed from Madrid, Spain to New York City, where my father-in-law was working for the United Nations.  She had this photo taken in New York, and sent it back to her parents in Madrid.

Do you notice anything funny about the photo?  Her conservative father (a military officer) liked the photo, but not Maria's "decolletage".  He colored in the neckline of her dress to make it a bit more modest.  And I'll bet you didn't notice until I pointed that out, did you?

Is there a photo in your family album that someone altered back before Photo Shop?  Maybe they cut out someone they didn't like? Or changed their hair color?

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Heather Wilkinson Rojo, "Photo Friday - Funny Story", Nutfield Genealogy, posted June 21, 2019, ( https://nutfieldgenealogy.blogspot.com/2019/06/photo-friday-funny-story.html: accessed [access date]).

Wednesday, June 19, 2019

Weathervane Wednesday - The Clipper Ship

This is another edition of "Weathervane Wednesday".  If you know the name of the mascot for the Newburyport, Massachusetts high school, then this will be an easy weathervane to identify.



The teams at Newburyport high school are named "The Clippers", after the ships that used to be made in the shipyards.  This intricately detailed weathervane is atop the cupola over the main building of the school.




The current building of the Newburyport high school was built in 1935. The campus was designed by the architect Edwin Dodge (1874 - 1938), a native of Newburyport who graduated from MIT in 1897 and the Ecole Nationale Superierure de Beaux Arts in Paris in 1902.  The Newburyport High School was founded in 1889 when the Female High School (1843) merged with the Putnam Free School (1838).


The Newburyport High School website (look for the clipper ship logo!):
https://nhs.newburyport.k12.ma.us/



Click here to see the other 400 weathervanes featured on "Weathervane Wednesday"!
https://nutfieldgenealogy.blogspot.com/search/label/Weathervane%20Wednesday


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Heather Wilkinson Rojo, "Weathervane Wednesday - The Clipper Ship", Nutfield Genealogy, posted June 19, 2019, ( https://nutfieldgenealogy.blogspot.com/2019/06/weathervane-wednesday-clipper-ship.html: accessed [access date]).

Saturday, June 15, 2019

Ralph Baer Statue in Manchester, New Hampshire - 20th Century Americana


Earlier in May a new statue was unveiled in Manchester's Arms Park, on the banks of the Merrimack River.  It honors the inventor, Ralph Baer, who is considered the Father of all computer gaming. This statue is a friendly nod to Mr. Baer, and seems to invite you to sit down next to him to see what he is holding in his lap.  Which is just the kind of thing that Mr. Baer would have loved in life, since he enjoyed sharing his invention with everyone, especially children.

Ralph Baer was a former Sanders Associate employee (now BAE Systems) from 1956 to 1987 with a rags to riches story.  He was an immigrant who escaped the horrors of fascism and terror in Europe as a child, and became an engineer and hero to millions of computer gamers and technology users across the globe.  He held over 150 patents and created the first version of "Pong" and the game "Simon", as well as the first home video game console. While working at Sanders (BAE) he developed "The Brown Box", which was sold by Magnavox in the 1970s.

Born in Germany as Rudolf Heinrich Baer (1922 - 2014) his Jewish family fled in 1938 just two months before Kristallnacht.  He became a naturalized United States citizen and worked in a factory.  He later graduated from the National Radio Institute, and fought in World War II where he was assigned to military intelligence in London.  Through the G.I. Bill he earned a Bachelor of Science in Television Engineering.  After several other jobs he joined Sanders Associates (BAE Systems) in 1956. His projects included military applications, but through this technology he developed the concept of home video game consoles.  The rest is history!  His Brown Box was patented in 1973, jointly held by Baer and Sanders Associates.






Ralph Baer married Dena Whinston and they had three children.  He died in Manchester at his home in the North End on 6 December 2014.  He was awarded the National Medal of Technology in 2006 by President George W. Bush. He was inducted to the National Inventors Hall of Fame in 2010. Posthumously he was awarded the Pioneer Award by the Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences at the 2015 Game Developers Conference. Ralph Baer's lab was recreated at the Smithsonian in Washington, DC, where he donated his papers and other artifacts. Baer was an Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Life Fellow.

A local grassroots effort held an online Kickstarter campaign with support from BAE Systems and the Orbit Group to collect about $65,000 for the statue of Ralph Baer holding his "Brown Box", and for the statue's upkeep.  Names of donors are on the bricks below the statue.  Also, the Baer family has established a scholarship "The Ralph H. and Dena W. Baer Scholarship Fund" at the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation for Manchester Central High School students planning to study a technology related field.  Gifts may be made to the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation.

This is another post in my series of stories about 20th Century Americana, local history which I use as story starters and for helping with oral histories.  Most of these subjects bring back great memories to the people who lived through the 20th century, maybe even YOU!

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Heather Wilkinson Rojo, "Ralph Baer Statue in Manchester, New Hampshire - 20th Century Americana", Nutfield Genealogy, posted June 15, 2019, ( https://nutfieldgenealogy.blogspot.com/2019/06/ralph-baer-statue-in-manchester-new.html: accessed [access date]).

Friday, June 14, 2019

Flag Day 2019


Our flag flying from our house in Manchester, New Hampshire.  Happy Flag Day! 

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Heather Wilkinson Rojo, "Flag Day 2019", Nutfield Genealogy, posted June 14, 2019, ( https://nutfieldgenealogy.blogspot.com/2019/06/flag-day-2019.html: accessed [access date]). 

Tuesday, June 11, 2019

Founder's Monument in Newbury, Massachusetts



The Founders Monument on the Newbury, Massachusetts lower green is a beautiful memorial to the first settlers in town.  The beautifully cast model of a ship on top of the obelisk represents the ship "Mary and John" which carried the first settlers to a landing point just south of this green.  The website for the Sons & Daughters of Newbury carefully points out that the list of settlers on the back of the monument is incomplete.  There are missing names on this list, and their website has the names of the heads of families who settled in Newbury previous to 1700 (see below). 


TO THE
MEN AND WOMEN
WHO SETTLED IN
NEWBURY
FROM 1635 TO 1650
AND
FOUNDED 
ITS MUNICIPAL, SOCIAL,
AND RELIGIOUS LIFE
THIS MONUMENT
IS DEDICATED
1905



DESCENDANTS OF
THESE FIRST SETTLERS
ERECTED THIS MEMORIAL

ROBERT ADAMS           WILLIAM MOODY
GILES BADGER            ANTHONY MORSE
    JOHN BAILEY             WILLIAM MOULTON
RICHARD BROWN     EDMUND MOORES
THOMAS BROWN       NICHOLAS NOYES
RICHARD BARTLETT            JAMES NOYES             
JOHN CHENEY              JAMES ORDWAY 
AQUILA CHASE            JOHN OSGOOD    
NATHANIEL CLARK         THOMAS PARKER     
  THOMAS COLMAN          RICHARD PETTINGELL
TRISTRAM COFFIN            DANIEL PIERCE     
ROBERT COKER                  JOHN PIKE   
   JOHN CUTTING              WILLIAM PILLSBURY
   JOHN DAVIS               FRANCIS PLUMER
RICHARD DOLE                   JOHN POORE  
RICHARD DUMMER              SAMUEL POORE    
   JOHN EMERY                  EDWARD RAWSON
WILLIAM GERRISH           JOHN REMINGTON
EDMUND GREENLEAF           EDWARD RICHARDSON
THOMAS HALE                HENRY ROLFE 
   ABEL HUSE                  ROBERT SAVORY
WILLIAM ILSLEY                HENRY SEWELL
JAMES JACKMAN                  HENRY SHORT
HENRY JAQUES               THOMAS SMITH
       JOHN KELLY                 ANTHONY SOMERBY
  RICHARD KENT                 WILLIAM SAWYER
JOHN KNIGHT                  STEVEN SWETT
  RICHARD KNIGHT                WILLIAM TITCOMB
   GEORGE LITTLE               RICHARD THURLOW
PERCIVAL LOWELL          DANIEL THURSTON
    HENRY LUNT                   ABRAHAM TOPPAN
  ROBERT LONG                   DAVID WHEELER
  HUGH MARCH                THOMAS WHITTIER
WILLIAM MARSTON             JOHN WOODBRIDGE
   NATHANIEL MERRILL            EDWARD WOODMAN

I spent some time perusing this list, and here are the Newbury settlers I found were ancestors:

Rev. Stephen Bachiler
Tristam Coffin
Stephen Dummer
Anthony Emery
John Emery
William Gerrish
Edmund Greenleaf
Stephen Jordan
Robert Long
William Longfellow
Percival Lowell
James Mirick
Henry Somerby
John Webster
Thomas Wells


For the truly curious:

The Sons & Daughters of the First Settlers of Newbury, Massachusetts:

List of heads of families who settled in Newbury previous to 1700

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Heather Wilkinson Rojo, "Founder's Monument in Newbury, Massachusetts", Nutfield Genealogy, posted June 11, 2019, ( https://nutfieldgenealogy.blogspot.com/2019/06/founders-monument-in-newbury.html: accessed [access date]). 

Friday, June 7, 2019

Photo Friday - Miraflores de la Sierra, Madrid, Spain

These are some old and some very old photos of the village of Miraflores de la Sierra near Madrid, Spain.  This is where my husband spent the summers with his grandparents when he was growing up.  He was born in New York City while his Dad worked at the United Nations. They lived in Brooklyn and Queens when he was small. Every summer his parents would send him to live in Spain.  According to Wikipedia, today Miraflores has a population of about 6,000 people and is much bigger than it was in the 1960s and 1970s.

Here is an old photo of Vincent's grandparents, Jose Garcia and Maria Consuelo Martin, and an unknown person, on their balcony in Miraflores.  This photo was probably taken in the 1960s.


In Miraflores there is a grotto dedicated to Nuestra Señora de la Begoña (Our Lady of the Begonias, named after the Virgin appeared in the Basilica of Begoña in Bilbao, Spain in 1511).  Every time we visit here, we light a candle.  This must be an old tradition, because here is a photo of Vincent's cousins lighting candles in the early 1970s at the grotto.  The third photo shows the grotto in 2010.





There was a community swimming pool in Miraflores, so of course we have many photos of the children in the family swimming there.  Here is Vincent's cousin Chemari as a little boy swimming in that same pool in the 1960s!


And here is Chemari and Vincent (the little boy) in the 1970s at the same pool!


Vincent in the streets of Miraflores, circa 1970


Here we all are, including me, my daughter and future son-in-law, Chemari and his wife, walking the streets of Miraflores in 2010.



In 1986, when I was pregnant with my daughter, we visited Miraflores for a day.  These are his grandparents on their balcony, waving goodbye to us! Compare this to the first photo up above, which was taken 20 years earlier!


This photo from July 1995 is at the pub in the village plaza, called "Bar España".  It shows Vincent's mother, her aunt Tia Luisa, and her cousin José Manuel and his wife Antonia. My husband remembers going to this pub in 1969 to see the moon landing, it was the only color TV in Miraflores!


This is the plaza of Miraflores in 2010 (during siesta time, so no one was in the streets!)



Here is a photo from the 1980s of some cousins at the fountain outside of Miraflores.  The second photo is the same fountain, with Vincent in 2010.



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Heather Wilkinson Rojo, "Photo Friday - Miraflores de la Sierra, Madrid, Spain", Nutfield Genealogy, posted June 7, 2019, ( https://nutfieldgenealogy.blogspot.com/2019/06/photo-friday-miraflores-de-la-sierra.html: accessed [access date]).

Thursday, June 6, 2019

World War I Honor Roll from the Simmons Library, Kenosha, Wisconsin



These photographs and transcription of the World War I Honor Roll at the Simmons Library in Kenosha, Wisconsin were sent to me by Jean Larew Hoffman via Facebook for the Honor Roll Project  This project makes the names on local military memorials and honor rolls available to search engines online.  Hundreds of volunteers have photographed their local honor rolls and transcribed hundreds of thousands of names. This honor roll is one of the biggest ever transcribed for this project, with 2,451 individual names.

WORLD WAR I MONUMENT
SIMMONS LIBRARY
KENOSHA, WI

These names appear at Simmons Public Library, 711 59th Place, Kenosha, Wisconsin.  The World War I roll of honor is in two atriums in the lobby.  The surnames are mostly alphabetized, but some names have been added at the end of the columns.  Some of these appear to be spelling corrections (see H. Barhoft/H. Barnhoft)


Jean sent me 27 photographs of the names on the domes and columns of this library atrium.
I didn't have room to post all of them here. These are just a few of the photos, with the complete transcription below.






[Domed area above both displays of names]
THE MEN OF KENOSHA COUNTY WHO SERVED THEIR COUNTRY IN ARMY NAVY
AND MARINE CORPS DURING THE WORLD WAR
1917    1918

West end of lobby, A - MA
1ST Column, West end of lobby
R.T. ABEL
E.A. ABRAMOFSKY
S. ABRESCH
L. ACETO
R. ACETO
J.W. ADAIR
Z. ADAMOVICH
G.J. ADAMSON
R. ADELT
D. AGASUCCI
H. AHARONIAN
P. AIELLO
B. ALBERSS
F. ALBERTS
H. ALBERTS
J. ALDERSON
R. ALDERSON
J. ALEXANDER
N. ALEXOWICH
J. ALFER
N. ALFER
Z. ALKOAWIES
C. ALLEN
F.J. ALLEN
P. ALLIE
J. ALTENDORF
F. AMADEO
G. AMADIO
C. AMBELANG
L. AMBORN
A. AMICI
L. ANCEVIC
B. ANCORDI
A.J. ANDERSON
A.W. ANDERSON
H. ANDERSON
A. ANDERSON
A.B. ANDERSON
H.C. ANDERSON
C.M. ANDERSON
C. ANDERSON
E.C. ANDERSON
E. ANDERSON
E.T. ANDERSON
F.E. ANDERSON
F.C. ANDERSON
C. ANDERSON
G.W. ANDERSON
G. ANDERSON
H.A. ANDERSON
H.T. ANDERSON
H. ANDERSON
L. ANDERSON
H. ANDERSON
M. ANDERSON
M.W. ANDERSON
N. ANDERSON
R. ANDERSON
S.C. ANDERSON
W. ANDERSON
W.V. ANDERSON
W.J. ANDERSON
F.E. ANDRE
B. ANDREA
F. ANDREA
PAUL ANDREA
B. ANDREOLI
R. ANDREOLI
S. ANDREOLI
C. ANDREWS
M. ANDREWS
L. ANDRO
J. ANGELICE
A. ANGELO
D. ANGELO
P. ANGELO
J. ANKOVICH
N. ANTENIK
H. APPLE
G. ARDRIALO
R. ARNESON
A. ARONSON
G. ASHMUS
B. ASSIEFF
W. AUGUSTINE
A. AUGUSTINE
A.C. AUGUSTINE
O. AUGUSTINE
P. AUGUSTINE
D. AULOZZI
A. AVRANUK
A.E. AXTELL
T.W. AYTON
B. AZER
K. BABIAS
J. BACH
L. BACKMAN
M. BACRAM
W. BADHAM
F. BADTKE
F. BAECHLE
H.J. BAGGOTT
F. BAHR
A. BAILEY
E.G. BAILEY
L. BAILEY
C. BAIN

2nd Column, West end of lobby
C. BANDORONAK
C. BANIRIAN
A. BANK
F. BANK
L. BARATTA
J. BARBEAU
D. BARBER
F. BARBER
G. BARBER
B. BARBOUR
J. BARDEN
R. BARDEN
C. BARHYTE
W. BARNES
H. BARHOFT
C. BARROWS
J. BARSEWICZ
F. BARTELL
J. BARTOL
F. BARTOLINEI
L. BASTEEN
W. BASTEEN
W. BAUMAN
G. BAUMERT
F. BAUSCH
J. BAUSCHELT
J.P. BAUSCHELT
H.N. BECK
H. BECK
P. BECK JR.
R. BECK
B.A. BECKER
B. BECKER
G. BECKER
H. BECKER
J. BECKER
M. BECKER
W. BECKER
M. BECKMAN
F. BEDNAROWICZ
A. BEDORE
F. BEDORE
L. BEDORE
P. BEDORE
H. BEDROSIAN
M. BEGAL
R. BEHNKE
R. BEIMER
A. BEKISZ
T. BELASKI
S. BELGIOKELLO
C. BELL
M. BELLES
T. BELLISLE
C. BENEDETTI
L. BENEDICT
R. BENEDICT
C. BENIKOVSKI
G. BENNETT
M. BENNETT
W. BENNETT
C. BENSON
V. BENSON
H. BENTZ
R. BENTZ
B. BERGANASCO
L. BERGER
R. BERGSTROM
W. BERHOFT
E. BERNSTSEN
L. BERRES
W. BERRY
W. BERYL
C. BETZER
E. BEWERSDORF
A. BEWERSDORF
F. BEWERSDORF
J. BIAZZO
G. BICKAS
D. BICOCCHI
W. BIENAMAN
F. BIENEMAN
E. BIENEMAN
C. BILLONIO
L. BILOTTA
A. BINNINGER
W. BIRCH
A. BISCARDI
C. BISCHOFF
D. BIXBY
J. BIZUNOWICZ
Y. BJORN
F. BLACKMORE
G. BLAGOEFF
R. BLAIR
J. BLANK
W. BLAXILL
M. BLOCK
W. BLOCK
R. BLOXDORF
M. BLUIN
C. BOARDMAN
H. BOARDMAN
C. BOBENKO
P. BOCCI
P. BOEHN

3rd Column, West end of lobby
L.F. BONN
A. BONOFIGLIO
V. BONOFIGLIO
B. BORGE
G. BORGNEHAGEN
S. BORGETTE
A. BORIS
H. BORKENHAGEN
I. BORKENHAGEN
Z. BORLAND
B. BORN
C. BORNHUETTER
W. BOROSKY
W. BORSCHE
F. BORTKO
J. BORTKO
J. BORUSH
M. BORITO
J. BOSMAN
R. BOSMAN
E. BOSTETTER
F. BOSTETTER
T. BOSTETTER
J. BOTT
B. BOTTING
A. BOUBONIS
E. BOULDEN
H. BOURGEOIS
W. BOUTOTTE
C. BOWER
W. BOWLBY
L. BOYLE
T. BOYLE
T.J. BOYLE
M. BOYLE
J. BOYSEN
J. BRAANOFSKY
J. BRADY
M. BRAFFIA
A. BRANKOW
G. BRANKOW
W. BRANKOW
O. BRANNE
C. BRAU
W. BREIDT
J. BREITING
B. BRENNAN
H. BRESNAHAN
C. BREUL
H. BREVITZ
A. BREW
F. BRICK
A. BRIDGES
W. BRITT
E. BRITTON
F. BROCCI
J. BROE
R. BROCKER
H. BROSTROM
L. BROWN
J. BRUCE JR.
P. BRUEGER
E. BRUNETTE
L. BRUNI
M. BRUNO
P. BRUNO
R. BRUNO
J. BRUNS
F. BRUS
J. BRUS
W. BRUS
G. BUCCI
A. BUCKHOLTZ
B. BUCKMASTER
B.S. BUCKMASTER
D. BUCKMASTER
F. BUECHNER
J. BUECHNER
C. BULL
F. BULL
C. BUNCH
P. BUNDAROCK
J. BUNIC
C. BUNK
H. BURG
J. BURG
W. BURGESS
C. BURGESS
P. BURKHOLDER
S. BURSIDE
H. BURNSTOM
E. BURRINGTON
G. BUSEK
(D.?) BUSH
C. BUSHMAN
P. BUSSA
M. BUTERA
J. BUTKUS
J.C. BUTKUS
E. BUTLER
J. BUTLER
F. BUTTERA
P. BUTTERI
J. BUTWALOS
D. BYERS
E. CABLE
J. CABLE

4Th Column, West end of lobby
J. CANHAM
D. CANTWELL
R. CANTWELL
M. CAPANNA
G. CAPOBIANCO
F. CAPODARCO
G. CAPRIOTTI
L. CAPRIOTTI
G. CAPUTO
A. CARAVETTA
G. CARDINALI
R. CARDY
H. CARLSON
H. CARPENTER
N. CARDINALIE
H. CARR
J. CARR
T. CARR
C. CARROLL
E. CARROLL
R. CASTORTON
H. CAYO
S. CECCHINI
G. CELEBRE
F. CENSORI
A. CERMINERA
B. CERQUA
D. CERQUA
F. CERQUA
T. CERQUA
C. CESARE
U. CESARETTI
W. CHAINOVSKY
J. CHAMBERS
J. CHAPAS
H. CHARKOFSKY
W. CHASE
W. CHEKAS
S. CHESLEY
E. CHESTER
P. CHIANELLI
B. CHIAPETTA
C. CHIAPETTA
F. CHIAPETTA
L. CHIAPETTA
L. CHILDREN
C. CHINGA
L. CHIODO
F. CHLADEK
M. CHOOLIJIAN
H. CHORBADJIAN
A.T. CHRISTENSEN
A. CHRISTENSEN
C. CHRISTENSEN
J. CHRISTENSEN
L. CHRISTENSEN
M. CHRISTENSEN
S. CHRISTENSEN
W. CHRISTENSEN
C.E. CRISTIANSEN
W.M. CRISTENSEN
H. CHRISTIANSEN
E. CHRISTIANSEN
C. CHRISTMAN
R. CHRISTMAN
M. CHUDADA
L. CIAFFORONI
R. CICCHINI
G. CINALLI
G. CIOTTI
F. CIPOLLA
F. CIMINO
F. CISCO
F. CITERONY
H.W. CLARK
S. CLARK
L. CLAUSE
E. CLAUSEN
J. CLEAM
A. CLEARY
L. CLEARY
A. CLEIM
H. CLEMENS
C. CLEMENSON
M. CLIFFORD
J. CLOWS
H. COLIAS
T. COLPAERT
J. CONEY
B. CONFORTI
F. CONFORTI
I. CONFORTI
L. CONFORTI
P. CONFORTIJ. CONWELL
R. CONWELL
W. CONWELL
G. COOK
H. COOK
I. COOK
W. COOK
G. COOPER
S. COPEN
M. COREY
R. COREY
R. CORLEY
H. CORN

R. COSHUN

 5th Column, West end of lobby
R. CRUCIANELLI
C. CRUEZIGER
E. CUMISKEY
G. CUMISKEY
W. CUMISKEY
M. CUMMINGS
R. CUNDARI
W. CUNNINGHAM
E. CUNTARI
F. CUNTORE
H. CURTIS
H.A. CURTIS
HT. CURTIS
T. CURTY
J. CUYCH
P. CYNCOR
T. CZARNECKI
S. CZERNIARSKI
M. CZYZEWKE
H. DABBS
J. DABONOWIC
A. DADROS
M. DAILEDENAK
R. DAKE
H. DAMM
J DANIELS
D. DARDIC
E. DARBY
C. DARGAS
A DATTILO
E. DAVEY
F. DAVIS
 H. DAVIS
R. DAVIS
V. DAVIS
E. DAYTON
D. DAZY
E. DASKALOPOULOS
J. DAVIDUCK
J DEANGELIS
JOE DEANGELIS
E. DEBARTOLO
H. DEBERGE
S. DEBROWSKI
A. DECLERCK
R. DECLOUX
G. DECOSTANSI
P. DEFRANCO
E. DEFRANG
G. DEGEN
J. DEGEN
J. DEGREEVE
S. DEHAVEN
J. DEKOK
A. DEMAINE
C. DEMING
P. DEMOS
A. DENIG
F. DENIG
J. DENIG
C. DARRAS
L. DENIG
E. DEROSE

6th Column, West end of lobby
T. EASTMAN
E. EBERT
C. ECK
H. EDDY
I. EDGERTON
I. EDQUIST
R. EDQUIST
E. EDWARDS JR.
G. EDWARDS
H. EDWARDS
R. EDWARDS
J. EHLEN
F. EHMKE
W. EICH
J. EICHLEMAN
L. EICHLER
B. EISEMANN
H. EISENHAUER
W. EISENHAUER
W. ELBERT
C. ELIASON
H. ELLSWORTH
A. ELSEN
A.J. ELSEN
J. ELSEN
P. ELSEN
A. ELSICK
J. ELSTON
D. ENERGICO
H. ENGDAHL
V. ENGEL
F. ENGELS
E. ENGLISH
B ENGLUND
F. ENSMINGER
A. EPPING
J. ERGISH
S. ERGISH
A. ERICKSON
E. ERICKSON
A.J. ERICKSON
F. ERICKSON
E. ERNST
L. ERNST
M. ERNST
H. ESCH
R. ESTABELLE
W. ESULIS
M. EUSKA
E. EVANS
J. EVERS
F. EWING
E. FADER
P. FAIRFIELD
E. FALCIONI
C. FALK
R. FALK
D. FANTUZZI
T. FARINA
G. FARR
W. FARR

7th Column, West end of lobby
E. FRIEDECK
H. FRIEDECK
D. FRIEDMAN
M. FRIEDMAN
A. FRITZ
A. FROEMMING
A. FROST
D. FROST
S. FRYE
J. FUHRER
L. FUHRER
J. P. FUHRER
T. FULLEYLOVE
A. FURHMAN
H. GABRIELSON
J. GABRIELSON
A. GAIL
S. GALLAGHER
H. GAMBLE
J. GAMBLE
H. GANDT
W. GANDT
C. GRANGER
F. GANS
A. GANSWINDT
R. GANZ
A. GAPELLA
E. GARDINIER
L. GARGLAS
W. GARNER
G. GARRUPA
B. GASUL
E. GATZ
F. GAUDIO
J. GEORNO
C. GECHAS
C. GEDDES
J. GEDRETIS
R. GEHL
J. GEHRING
E. GEHRKE
F. GENES
L. GENTILE
R. GENTILE
T. GEORGAKIS
P. GEROGE
J. GERNO
J. GERRETSEN
D. GERTZ
G. GETSCHMAN
D. GIANNINI
F. GIANNINI
P. GIBBONS 
T. GIBSON
W. GIBSON
M. GIFFORD
F. GILL
W. GILLEN
T. GERARD
B. GILLMORE
G. GILLORE

8th Column, West end of lobby
H. GUNST
J. GURICHAN
K. GUSTAFSON
J. GUZELIAN
J. HAAG
W. HAAG
E. HAASE
F. HAASE
FRED HAASE
F. HACKETT
G. HACKETT
F. HAENNE
G. HAGEDORN
H. HAGEDORN
J. HAHN
M. HAHN
W. HAHN
C. HAHNE
W. HAILE
C. HAINES
A. HALBERTSTADT
E. HALE
C. HALL
E. HALL
P. HALL
W. HALL
G. HALLETT
H. HALLISEY
J. HALLISEY
N. HAMELINK
F. HAMILTON
L. HAMLIN
H. HAMMEL   
A. HAMMELEV
H. HAMMELEV
L.A. HAMMOND         
R.E. HAMMOND
J. HAMPEL
H. HANSING
H. HANAWKA
G. HANEY
L. HANEY
W. HANLEY
F. HANNA
F. HANNEMAN
J. HANNES
J. HANSCHMAN
A. HANSEN
C. HANSEN
C.C. HANSEN
E. HANSEN
G. HANSEN
H. HANSEN
L. HANSEN
L.A. HANSEN
L. HANSEN
N.J. HANSEN
N. HANSEN
R. HANSEN
A. HANSON
ART. HANSON
E. HANSON
S. HANSON
J. HANZEL
R. HARBAUGH
C. HARBERT
L. HARBERT
C. HARBERT
W. HARBERT
E. HARDING
A. HARTWIG
R. HARDY
F. HARMAN
G. HARMAN
P. HARMAN JR.
E. HARMS
J. HARNEY
J. HARRINGTON
W. HARRINGTON
H. HART
J. HARTFORD
L. HARTL
A. HARTNELL
F. HARTNELL
H. HARRIS
L. HARRIS
G. HARTUNG
W. HARTWIG
C. HASKEL
S. HASSAN
H. HASTINGS
H. HATCHER
L. HATLING
A. HAUBRICH
E. HAUBRICH
H. HAUBRICH
P. HAUBRICH
W. HAVLIK
W. HAWKE
 C. HAZELMAN
G.D. HEAD
R.HEAD
E. HEAPHY
A. HEBEL
L. HEDSTROM
W. HEFFLEFINGER
L. HEGEMAN

9TH Column, West end of lobby
W. HERTEL
F. HERTLEIN
R. HERZOG
J. HESSELMAN
W. HEYDEN
A. HEYMAN
B. HILL
E. HILL
F.J. HILL
E. HILL
M. HILL
W. HIRST
T. HJORT
J. HOCKING
J. HOCKMUTH
H. HOFF
O. HOFF
E. HOFFMAN
H. HOFFMAN
W. HOFFMAN
J. HOGLUND
A. HOLDERNESS
R. HOLDERNESS
J. HOFFAND
M. HOLLAND
J. HOLLENSEN
G. HOLLISTER
M. HOLLISTER
G. HOLM
L. HOLM
W. HOLMES
E. HOLT
C. HOLTDORF
H. HOLTON
T. HOLTON
W. HOLTON
A. HOLZEMER
J. HOLZEMER
R. HOME
T. HONORE
G. HOPF
A. HOPPE
L. HOPPER
L. HORN
P. HOROCKY
M. HOROZWICZ
N. HORROPUCHIK
L. HORTON
R. HOST
G. HOSTETMAN
M. HOTZ
A. HOWARD
J. HRUPKA
O. HUCKER
A. HUCK JR.
W. HUDSON
W. HUDZINSKI
H. HUETTEN
S. HUGHES
A. HUISSEN
C. HULTENIUS
R. HULTENIUS
S. HULTENIUS
W. HUMPHREY
O. HUNTER
F. HURD
P. IACHINI
J. IAQUINTA
C. IGNTOWICH
M. ILTANDO
P. IMBROQUE
M. INELE
P. INFROGNO
J. IOVINE
L. IRELAND
G. IRVING
W. IRVING
C. ISERMANN
N. ISETTS
S. ISTAVANEK
C. IVERSON
A. JACKSON
E. JACKSON
ED. JACKSON
A JACOBS
L.C. JACOBS
W. JACOBS
W. JACOB
E. JACOBSEN
G. JACOBSEN
J. JACOBSEN
R. JACOBSEN
E. JACQUES
W. JACQUES
F. JAHNKE
A. JAHNS
F. JAHNS
H. JAJARIAN
K. JAKUBOWSKI
N. JANISKY
F. JANKAUSKAS
S. JANSSEN
L. JONTORNO
J. JANUKOWICZ
L. JARNIGO
L. JARNGO
T. JELENICWSKI
W. JELLICZ

10th Column, West end of lobby
E. JOHANN
F. JOHANNES
A.W. JOHNSON
A. JOHNSON
D. JOHNSON
E. JOHNSON
E.A. JOHNSON
G. JOHNSON
H.P. JOHNSON
H. JOHNSON
J.L. JOHNSON
J. JOHNSON
L.N. JOHNSON
L. JOHNSON
M. JOHNSON
O.E. JOHNSON
O. JOHNSON
P. JOHNSON
R. JOHNSON
P.J. JOHNSON
W. JOHNSON
A. JOHNSTON
J. JONES
L. JONES
P. JONES
S. JONES
S.E. JONES
A. JONES
G. JORGENSEN
CL. JORGENSEN
P. JORGENSEN
T. JOZEPHONUS
G. JUDEIKA
A. JUNKER
A. JURENIK
A. KAISER
F. KAISER
W. KALASOWICZ
G. KALB
F. KALLIS
W. KALYSIAK
H. KAMMER
S. KANECKE
B. KANIS
J. KAPARCWICZ
C. KAPHENGST
G. KARAGEORGES
M. KARAWACIA
I. KARCAUSKIS
L. KARLIN
B. KAROCIEZE
F. KOROSTIK
F. KAROW
J. KARPAWICZ
A. KARPS
A. KARVELIS
J. KASPUTEZ
A. KATEINOWSKIE
J. KATOWSKI
A. KAUFFMANN
R. KAUFFMAN
W. KAUFMAN
K. KAWALSKI
T. KEANE
G. KEEFE
R. KEENE
V. KEENEY
W. KEFES JR.
K. KEHLOR
H. KEHN
C. KELLEY
C. KELLMAN
R. KELLY
M. KEMAN
J. KEMMEN
P. KENJOLA
T. KENNEDY
J. KENSKI
E. KERKOFF
J. KESHEL
W. KESKY
F. KEWENIG
C. KEWENIG
L. KEWENIC
E. KEYSER
B. KIEFER
E. KIELSEK
F. KIESSLING
A. KILIKEVICUS
L. KILTZ
C. KIMBALL
H. KINCAID
M. KINDT
E. KING
E. KINGSBURY
J. KINNEY
M. KIPP
M. KIPPER
E. KIRBYSON
T. KIRKENSGARD
F. KIRKHOFF
J. KIRSCH
I. KISELEWSKI
A. KISELEWSKI
A. KJELDSEN
L. KLANCEWICZ
P. KLEINSCHMIDT

11th Column, West end of lobby
L. KNOWLTON
P. KNUDSON
C. KOBER
B. KOEHLER
C. KOEHLER
R. KOEHLER
H. KOENIG
W. KOHANOWICZ
A. KOHLMANN
A. KOLAR
J. KOLAR
T. KOLAR
R. KOLLMAN
A. KOLPIN
V. KONDRASECK
J. KONON
W. KONOZA
F. KORELASKI
S. KORENCUK
N. KORENPECK
P. KORETS
J. KORKUS
T. KOROSCIK
S. KORPUCZ
A. KOSCIVKOWICE
J. KOSPUTES
W KOSTIKOVICH
W. KOTLOW
J. KOTOWSKI
S. KOTOWSKI
G. KOVOCER
J. KOZEL
A. KOZLOWSKI
F. KOZLOWSKI
C. KRAAK
J KRAAK
J. KRAFT
C. KRAGELAND
E. KRAH
W. KRAH
A. KRAHN
E. KRAMER
M. KRAMER
?. KRAMER
J. KRAMICZ
J. KRATEWICZ
Z. KRATEWICZ
R. KRAUSE
H. KRAUTKRAMER
A. KRAWCZYK
J. KRAWCZK
J. KREGER
J. KREM
V. KREMIS
G. KRESAL
I. KRETOWICZ
R. KREUSCHER
R. KREUSCHNER
W. KREUSER
W. KRISISAH
G. KRISOR
M. KRISOR
H. KROME
J. KROMEL
A. KRON
G. KROPP
O. KROPP
W. KROPP
F. KRUEGER
H. KRUEGER
J. KRUEGER
W. KRUEGER
E. KUBISH
I. KUCEK
I. KUCZINSKI
J. KUKORIC
[P. KULESIS
M. KULICKY
O. KULSRUD
J. KUNIKOWSKI
O. KUPFER
R.L. KUPFER
C. KUROWSKI
G. KURTZ
G. KURZMAN
M. KUYAWA
J. KUZINS
A. KUZMA
A. KUZMISKE
I. LABACZ
A. LACROSSE
J. LACROSSE
A. LAMA
J. LAMB
R. LAMB
E. LAMBRECHT
W. LAMEER
J. LAMPOS
F. LANE
P. LANE
E. LANGAN
C. LANGENBACH
M. LANGENBACH
P. LANGER
G.S. LANCE
LUCIEN LANCE
R. LANGER

12th Column, West end of lobby
F. LARSON
H. LARSEN
H.P. LARSEN
H.J. LARSEN
H.M. LARSEN
T. LARSEN
N. LARSEN
N.P. LARSEN
W.M. LARSEN
W.L. LARSEN
W.J. LARSEN
H.H. LARSON
H. LARSON
J.C. LARSON
L. LARSON
O. LARSON
W.J. LARSON
F. LASCH
J. LASCO
P. LASKO
F. LASKY
J. LASKOWICZ
P. LATOZA
W. LATTIN JR.
A. LAURATIUS
H. LAURITSEN
P. LAVELLI
H. LAVEY
W. LAVIOLETTE
A. LAVSEVIC
F. LAWRENCE
S. LAWRENCE
W. LAWRENCE
F. LAWTON
J. LAZAR
J. LAZAWK
E. LEAVINS
T. LADIN
A. LEE
C. LEHMANN
G. LEHMANN
F. LEHMAN
W. LEINEWEBER
L. LEININGER
F. LEIPZIG
P. LEIPZIG
N. LEIPZIG
W. LEMMERHIRT
J. LENTZ
W. LENTZ
H. LENZ
J. LENZ
R. LEONARD
D. LEONETTI
L. LEONOWICH
S. LEPOVSKY
C. LEROSE
P. LESZKOWITCH
J. LEUCK
K. LESZKOWICZ
H. LEVIN
P. LEWANDER
A. LEWANDOWSKI
E. LEWIS
W. LEWSCHUK
N. LIGHTER
E. LILLEY
R. LILLEY
J. LINDBERG
H. LINDHART
O. LINDELOF
L. LINDERMAN
E. LINDSTROM
R. LINGLEL
J. LINK
M. LINK
O. LINK
A. LINN
E. LINSTROTH
A. LISKE
P. LISKOWSKI
R. LLADA
A. LOBACZ
F. LOCANTE
E. LOEF
N. LOEF
V. LOEFFLER
W. LOETZ
M. LOEWEN
G. LOFTUS
T. LOGAN
F. LOHAUS
J. LOHAUS
S. LOIEWSKI
T. LOJEWSKI
J. LONIKA
W. LONERGAN
G. LORATTO
F. LORENCE
J. LORENCE
M. LOVALD
E. LOVEJOY
A. LUBENO
L. LUBENO
P. LUCONTO
A. LEMKE
A. LUDWIG
C. LUDWIG
J. LUDWIG

13th Column, West end of lobby
W. MC A[J1] LISTER
G. MC A[J2] RDLE
A. MC CAFFREY
M. MC CARVILLE
C. MC CLOSKI
H. MC CLURE
F. MC CORMAK
H. MC CORMICK
T. MC CREADY
R. MC CUE
G. MC DERMOTT
E. MC DONALD
H. MC DONALD
L. MC DOWELL
R. MC ELWAIN
M. MC FADDIN
O. MC FADDIN
M. MC GINN
J. MC GIVERN
E. MC GONIGLE
J. MC GOVERN
D. MC LENNON
J. MC NAMARA
E. MC NEIL
R. MACCARA
J. MACHIULIS
M. MACHULIS
M. MACKIEZICZ
S. MACULS
J. MADISON
L. MADISON
M. MADISON
C. MADSEN
H. MADSEN
P. MADSEN
T. MADSEN
M. MAGUIRE
R. MAGUIRE
A. MAHLER
H. MAHLER
C. MAHON
J. MAHON
J.K. MAHON
J. MAHONEY
T. MAHONEY
I. MAINLAND
K. MAINLAND
F. MAJDESKI
J. MAJDESKI
J. MAKAREQICZ
P MAKER
A. MALCEVIEZ
F. MALESKI
J. MALESKI JR.
J. MALESKI
W. MALZAHAN
A. MANKE
A. MANGAVILLAN
F. MANN
L. MANNA
G. MANOS
J. MANTACK
B. MANTHEY
S. MARCHUK
J. MARCHX
J. MARCINKUS
W. MARCINKUS
L. MARCONI
A. MARDOIAN
H. MARDOIAN
L. MARINELLI
M. MARKES
W. MARKOWSKI
E. MARRAZZO
F. MARRAZZO
B. MARSH
J. MARSHALL
B. MARTHALER
F. MARTIN
J.J. MARGIN
J. MARTIN
W.D. MARTIN JR.
J. MARTINO
W. MARTHINSEN
L. MARUGA
F. ARX
J. MARX
S. MARX
A. MASTORRODE
M. MATALLO
E. MATERA
B. MATHEWS
H. MATHEWS
J. MATHEWS
M. MATHEWS
E.B. ARLATT
C. MATSON
C. MATTHEWS JR
E. MATTIAS
W. MATTNER
W. MAU
W. MAXWELL
W. MAY
B. MAYER
F. MAYER
H. MAYER
J. MAYER

East end of lobby, ME - Z
1ST Column, East end of lobby
M. MEREDITH
J. MESHOWSKI
W. METICK
H. METTEN
J. METTEN
L. METTEN
M. METTEN
A. MEYER
E MEYER
F. MEYER
H. MEYER JR.
M. MEYER
T. MEYER
W. MEYER
B. MEYERS
F. MEYERS
J. MEYERS
L. MEYERS
N. MEYERS
G. MICHAELIS
W. MICHAELIS
C. MICHEL
H. MICHEL
M. MICHEL
L. MICHELN
J. MICKELSEN
G. MICO
J. MIECHOWICZ
J. MIEIER
F. MIELKE
H. MIELKE
S. MIKKELSEN
H. MIANSIAN
I. MILASVIS
M. MILAZEWSKI
J. MILKENT
E. MILLER
F. MILLER
G. MILLER
H. MILLER
P. MILLER
S. MILLER
A. MILNER
H. MILWARD
J. MINIAT
M. MINJAUW
G. MISCHO
G. MISURELLI
F. MITCHELL
J. MITCHELL
R. MITCHELL
S. MITCHELL
G. MITTELSTAED
A. MOBERG
J. MOCKUS
F. MOE
E. MOELLER
F. MOELLER
G. MOGENSEN
H. MOHR
J. MOISIK
I. MOLEWICZ
M. MOLINARO
A.M. MILZAHN
J. MONKOWSKI
E.A. MONTEEN
J.R. MONTEEN
M. MONTEMURRO
T. MONTEMURRO
B.J. MOONEY
J. MOONEY
W.J. MORAN
J. MOORE
A.R. MOREHOUSE
L.W. MOREHOUSE
A. MORELLI
R. MORETTI
J MORHAT
C. MORIANA
H. MORRISSEY
A. MORRONE
W.J. MORROW
C. MORTENSEN
A. MORTIER
G.A. MORZFELD
A. MOSS
O. MOWREY
C. MUELLER
G.J. MUELLER
B. MULLEN
J.R. MULLEN
M. MULLEN
M. MUNGEN
E. MUHLENBECK
H.E. MURPHY
H.B. MURPHY
J. MURPHY
J.W. MURPHY
R.J. MURPHY
S.W. MURPHY
E. MURRAY
E.L. MURRAY
J.R. MUTZ
E. MUSHYUSKI
J. MUSTIK
F. MUTO
O.E. MYERS
W. MYERS
S. NAIDICZ
H. BARNHOFT

2nd Column, East end of lobby
E. NASTERZONEK
W. NASON
J. NAUMZIK
S. NAZZARENO
A. NEILSEN
A.J. NELSON
A. NELSON
E. NELSON
E.O. NELSON
F.A. NELSON
F.D. NELSON
H.C. NELSON
J. NELSON
N. NELSON
O. NELSON
P.W. NELSON
R. NELSON
V. NELSON
W. NELSON
E. NETERVAL
J. NETERVAL
M. NEUBAUER
P. NEUMANN
T. MEUMANN
J. MEWBAUER
L. NEWBURY
C. NEWHOUSE
J. NEWHOUSE
M. NEWTON
F. NEWYEAR
L. NICASTRO
L. NICCUM
O. NICHOLSON
E. NICOLAZZO
E. NICOLL
R. NICOLL JR.
P. NICKEL
G. NIEDERPRIM
L. NIELSEN
T. NIELSEN
N. NIELSEN
S. NIELSEN
W. NIESEN
J. NIZZARELLO
W. NOBLE
A. NOCITO
L. NOLAN
W. NOMIR
J. NOONAN
NORBUTH
C. NOTO
J NOTT
V. NOVAK
C. NORTHWAY
W. NOWELL
T. NOWAKOWSKI
S. NOWICKI
N. NUTT
E. NYSTROM
H. OBERLEY
A. O’BRIEN
F.M. O’CONNELL
R.L. O’CONNOR
R.J. O’DONNELL
H.B. OEHLER
E.F. O’HARE
L.G. OLLE
A. OLSEN
L. OKSOOZIAN
A.A. OLSEN
C. OLSEN
E.A. OLSEN
E. OLSEN
H. OLSEN
R.G. OLSEN
V. OLSEN
G. O’MALLEY
W. OMBRICZ
L. O’NEILL
F. ORIENDI
J. ORLOWSKI
F. ORTH
H.M. ORTH
J. ORTH
J.P. ORTH
C.F. OSMAN
S. OSOJOMEK
S. OSTETIKO
W. OSTERMAN
F.B. OSTLUND
W.W. OSTLUND
L. OTTAVIO
K.W. OTTESON
A.W. OTTO
F.J. OTTO
F.H. OTTO
H.H. OTTO
H. OTTO
F.C. PAASCH
E.M. PABST
W. PABST
A. PACINI
A. PADALENSKY
A. PADULO
U. PAGANOTTO
A. PAGLIARO
D. PAGNUCCI
H. PAHL
J.C. PAKSKIS
W. BERNHOFT

3rd Column, East end of lobby
F. PALESKI
A. PALLESEN
K. PALMEHN
A. PALMER
H. PALMER
A. MANKNIN
R. PAPALEO
T. PAPPAS
D. PARISE
G. PAPPATHOMAS
J. PARADISE
J. PARADISE
E. PARKER
H. PARKER
P. PARONE
K. PARSONS
A. PASCUCCI
F. PASCUCCI
G. PASCUCCI
S. PASCUCCI
G. PASEWICZ
S. PASIRELY
A. PASQUALE
G. PATRICK
C. PATTON
T. PAUTRAKIN
A. PAVLOVCI
V. PAWLOWSKI
L. PAWLUKANIS
J. PAWNIEWICZ
D. PAZZAGLIE
H. PEACOCK
L. PEARCE
F. PEARSON
M. O. PEASE
L. PECOR
L. PEDACE
E. PEDLEY
H. PEDLEY
F. PELLA
G. PELISSERO
T. PELLEGRINO
A. PEMENKO
J. PERDZOCK
E. PENNEFEATHER
J PERGOLA
A.W. PERKINS
C. PERRIE
A. PERRONE
G. PERROTHERS
G. PETERS
A. PESLIK
E. PETERSDORF
H. PETERSDORF
C. PETERSEN
E. PETERSEN
E.L. PETERSEN
G. PETERSEN
H.M. PETERSEN
H.W. PETERSEN
M.H. PETERSEN
P.M. PETERSEN
W. PETERSEN
A.A. PETERSON
B.L. PETERSON
C.A. PETERSON
C. PETERSON
E.H. PETERSON
F.J. PETERSON
G.H. PETERSON
I. PETERSON
J.S. PETERSON
M. PETERSON
N.H. PETERSON
S.O. PETERSON
W.T. PETERSON
D. PETRACCI
J. PETRELLI
J. PETREELI
E. PETROCCHI
E. PFANILLER
J. PFARR
L.C. PFARR
N. PFARR
R.G. PICKEN
J.E. PICKER
P. PICKER
A.F. PIEHL
W. PIEHL
E. PEIPENBERG
A. PIERANGELI
P. PIETROCCO
G. PIETUH
W. PIETRUH
E.C. PIGFORD
E. PIHL
O. PILCHER
Z. PILCHER
J.H. PILLIGOR
P. PINZI
F. PIRO
G. PIRRI
J. PITSCH
L.J. PITSCH
J.M PITTS
T. PIZZICHINI
P. PLOVITZ
W.N. PLUMMER
J. PLUTA
M. BURYTO

4th Column, East end of lobby
I. PULUTTO
N. POCAN
J. POCOUS
V. PODZULES
A. POFAHL
E. POFAHL
F. POFAHL
W. POHLMANN
S. POLANSKI
C. POLASKE
E. POLTROCK
C. PONDEK
E. PONGRATZ
J. PONIATOSKI
C. POORT
R. POPE
J. POSCH
D. POSORETTI
J. POSTARNER
C. POSTERARO
J. POSTMAN
A. POTELUNAS
E. POTENTE
N. POTTER
D. POTTS
A. POVLOVCI
J. POWERS
S. POWLOSKI
S. PRESTA
V. PRESTA
C. PRIDDIS
J. PRIDDIS
F. PRIGAEZ
F. PRINCE
E. PRINCIPE
R. PRINGLE
J. PROKOP
F. PROPSOM
B. PROSSER
W. PROTT
G. PRUSYNSKI
W. PTAZNIK
R. PUCCI
A. PUHALSKI
F. PULERA
R. PULERA
S. PULERA
J. PULOKAS
T. PUNDIN
J. PURNELL
W. PURNELL
W. PUTRICK
D. PURSLEY
C. PUTZ
C. QUANDT
F. QUINN
K. QUISGARD
A. RABEY
R. RADANDT
C. RADATZ
E.A. RADATZ
G.H. RADATZ
A. RADWANSKIS
C. RADZIUNKIS
K. RAIZELI
S. RALIUS
S.W. RALUS
E. RANDALL
J. RANGAS
M. RANGAS
N. RASCHKE
A. RASMUSSEN
E. RASMUSSEN
M. RASMUSSEN
R.H. RASMUSSEN
S. RASMUSSEN
F. RASTICS
J.H. RATCLIFFE
H. RATHKE
W.O. RATHKE
S. RAUEN
N. RAUSMUSSEN
M.T. RAWLEIGH
R.J. RAWLEIGH
R. RAYMOND
W.H. REAGAN
N. REDA
A.L. REDEEN
W.C. REDEEN
J.A. REDER
F. REDFERN
F. REDLIN
A. REGAN
L.E. REGNIER
H.A. REHM
R.F. REHM
W.J. REID
 V. REIDENBACH
R. REIN
R. REINISCH
F.W. REISER
J. REISER
H.J. REITH
L.M. REITH
L.C. REITH
B. REKOZCI
E.W. RENICK
A. REWINSKI
E. RHENSTROM
J.H. BUEHNER

5th Column, East end of lobby
V. RHENSTROM
T. RIBACK
A. RICE
F. RICE
R.F. RICE
R.H. RICE
C. RICHARDS
F. RICHARDS
A. RICHTER
C. RICHTER
V. RICHTER
R. RICHTER
W RICHTER
H. RICKER
G. REISCHL
J. RIGGS
R. RILEY
W. RINK
H. RIPLEY
F. RISCH
G. RITTACCA
J. RITTACCA
L. RIVERS
L. ROBERS
C. ROBERTS
E. ROBERTS
H.L. ROBINSON
H.A. ROBINSON
A. ROCHAU
C. ROCHNOWSKI
L. ROCHNOWSKI JR.
C. ROCK
H. ROCK
J. ROCHNOWSKI
T. ROGOS
A. ROEPKE
G. ROEPKE
J.O. ROGERS
T.E. ROGERS
C.R. ROGSTAD
E. ROHERTY
S. ROIMONTE
W. ROLBEICKI
S. ROLFS
F. ROLOFF
H.H. ROLOFF
H. ROLPH
M. ROLZAITIS
O. ROMAN
A. ROMANCZYK
O. ROMANIK
L. ROMANTINE
W. RONZIA
T.J. ROONEY
R. ROSA
H. ROSE
G.A. ROSEMANN
D. ROSCIOLI
C. ROSENTRETER
J. ROSEMAN JR.
G. ROSKOS
V. ROSSE
A. ROSSI
T. ROSSNOW
J.A. ROUSE
H. ROUSSCAU
W.L. ROY
A. RUBENSTEIN
S. RUBENSTEIN
J.M. RUBSON
H.C. RUDD
R. RUDD
A. RUDENAS
C. RUDIS
R. RUEHLMAN
F. RUDZIK
J.T. RUFF
F. RUFFALO
L. RUFFALO
P. RUFFALO
S. RUFFALO
S.M. RUFFALO
P. RUGGIER
S.B. RUIKA
B. RUNDELL
J. RUNGE
W.E. RUNGE
W. RUPE
N. URPP
F. RUSHFORD
M. RUSSESKI
J. RUTHERFORD
F. RUTHOWSKI
M. RYAN
L. RYAN
R.W. RYAN
T.J. RYAN
A. RYSEWYK
S. SABONAITIS
G. SACCUTI
P. SACHIKA
R. SAGRIPANTI
F.G. SADLER
E. SAFTIG
P.M. SAFTIG
C. ST. GERMAINE
J. SALICA
J. SALERNO
S. SALITURE
S. BURNSIDE [out of alphabetical order]

6th Column, East end of lobby
E. SAMPSON
E. SANATA
A. SANBORN
A. SANBURG
F. SANDBERG
L. SANDBERG
W. SANDERS
F. SANDHOLM
S. SANKOWSKI
L. SANTELLO
E. SANTINI
G. SAPOBIANCA
H. SARBACKER
W. SARBACKER
J. SARIS
A. SAVAGLIO
E. SAVAGLIO
J. SAVAGLIO
L. SAVAGLIO
E. SAVALIO
B. SAVESKI
A. SCALIFERA
J. SCALZO
P. SCALZO
E. SCARLOTO
G. SCHAFER
H. SCHAEFER
F. SCHAER
F. SCHAUFED
J SCHAUFEL
F. SCHERRER
R. SCHERRER
H. SCHIFFMAN
F. SCHIKLE
H. SCHILLING
L. SCHEND
H. SCHENNING
A.J. SCHICK
W. SCHICK
H. SCHLEYER
W. SCHMICKEL
E.W. SCHMIDT
J. SCHMIDT
JOS. SCHMIDT
J.E. SCHMIDT
M. SCHMIDT
W.P. SCHMIDT
W. SCHMIDT
J.J. SCHMITT
W.P. SCHMITT
L. SCHMITZ
A.J. SCHMITZ
E.M. SCHMITZ
W. SCHMECKEL
A. SCHMORROW
W. SCHMORROW
F.L. SCHNEIDER
P. SCHNEIDER
J. SCHNUCK
J.P. SCHNUCK
J. SCHNELL
R.E. SCHNELL
H. SCHNUCKEL
M. SCHOENFELD
F.L. SCHOLEY
F.A. SCHOLEY
R.M. SCHOLEY
C. SCHOLTZ
A. SCHONSHECK
E. SCHONSCHECK
F. SCHONSCHECK
A. SCHOTT
E.W. SCHOTT
J. SCHRANZ
F. SCHUERMAN
F.M. SCHROEDER
R. SCHUERMAN
F. SCHULIEN
M. SCHLIEN
A. SCHULTE
E. SCHULTE
E.L. SCHULTE
A.E. SCHULTZ
G. SCHULTZ
F. SCHULTZ
E. SCHULTZ
J.H. SCHULTZ
J. SCHULTZ
W. SCHULTZ
H SCHULZ
V. SCHUMAKER
G. SCHUNK
W. SCHUSTER
N.A. SCHUTZ
J. SCHWAIKA
H.E. SCHWARTZ
E. SCHWEFEL
C. SCHWUCHOW
W. SCHWUCHOW
N. SCOCCIA
P. SCOLA
C.E. SCULLY
M. SEDORUCK
W.P. SEEGER
F.A. SEITZ
C. SEITZ
W.A. SEITZ
T. SELEWSKY
W.H. SELTRECHT
H. BURNSTROM

7th Column, East end of lobby
A. SEMLER
F. SEMLER
J. SEMLER
F. SEMRAU
W. SENKUS
A. SERASA
S. SERPE
B. SESSO
K. SESZHOWICZ
D. SFASCIOFFI
S. SHADIZ
O. SHAFFER
H. SHAMAITESIA
M. SHAMLIAN
A. SHARPE
N. SHARPLEY
J. SHATKISS
M. SHEDAGIS
D. SHEEN
R. SHELLEY
L.J. SHEVEL
C. SHIELDS
J. SHILKO
M. SHKEL
A. SHORES
R. SHORE
J. SHUBERT
M. SHUSTEK
J. SIAULIS
E. SICILIA
T. SIDAGIS
M. SIDORWICZ
L. SIEGEL
L. SIEDSCHLAG
J. SIELECZKA
J. SIELIEWYCZ
B. SIELWICZ
A. SIEMASZKO
J. SIEMIENIWICZ
M. SIEMION

8th Column, East end of lobby
W. SPENNELLY
E. SPILLMAN
P. STACHOWICZ
R. STACY
G. STADWAD
W. STAHL
L. STALLKNECHT
C STANKUS
R. STANKUS
W. STANTON
A. STAUDENRAUS
W. STARR
F. STEC
J STECKEL
A. STEIN
A. STEIN
C. STEIN
E. STEIN
G. STEIN
H. STEIN
N. STEINER
F. STEINERT
E. STELLA
J. STENBERG
O. STENZEL
O. STEPHENS
G. STEPHENSON
S. STEPANEY
 G. STEVENS
J. STEVENS JR
A. STEMM
M. STIBLER
P. STICAYECENS
P. STOIBER
G. STOLP
O. STOLP
J. STONE
I. STRAKES
G. STRANGBERG
F. STRANGBERG
W. STRANGBERG
M. STREEK
T. STRIKE
S. STROGL
C.A. STROM
L.D. STRONG
C. STROUD
J.C. STRUBLE
C. STURINO
L.J. STUMMER
L. SULSKIS
J. SULZYCKI
S. SURDU
F. SURERUS
G. SUTHERLAND
C. SWANSON
F. SWARCEWICZ
H. SWATEK
S. SWARCEWICZ
W.B. SWEETMAN
H.N. SWENSON
H.O. SWENSON
A. SWIDERSKI
G.D. SWIGART
C. SYKES
H. SYKES
C.J. SYMMONDS
R.E. SYMMONDS
J. SZAFRANSKI
H. SZARABAIKO
A. SZCZPANSKI
T. SZELONSKI
B. SZYMANSKI
P. SZYMANSKI
E.W. TABBERT
T. TABBERT
H. TACKI
J.M. TACKI
R.E. TACKI
J. TAFFAN
T. TALAMONTI
A.J TANCK
A. TANCK
S.H. TANCK
F.H. TANKING
F. TASSO
C.W. TAUBE
E.W. TAUBE
H. TAUBE
E. TAYLOR
R. TAYLOR
C. TEETER
R. TEETER
A.J. TEKIP
F. TEMPLEMAN
H. TEMPLEMAN
F. TENNESEN
G. TENNESEN
J. TENNESEN
W. TENNESEN
W. TENNEY
F. TENUTA
G. TENUTA
S. TENUTA
A.V. TERRIEN
H. TERRY
D. THELEEN
G. THEOBALD
E. THIEL
R. CASTERTON

9th Column, East end of lobby
C.G. THOMAS
C. THOMAS
F. THOMAS
F.M. THOMAS
J. THOMAS
J. THOMAS
P. THOMAS
R. THOMEY
H. THOMSEN
O. THOMSEN
A. THOMPSON
G. THOMPSON
T. THOMPSON
R. THREINEN
W. THURN
B. TILTON
E. TIRABASSI
V. TISI
J.T. TOBIN
E. TOEPEL
W. TOLF
H. TOLLETH
D.A. TONER
H.J. TONER
W. TOLSTYKO
W. TOMLINSON
P. TOSSI
G. TOVINE
S. TOWLE
G. TRAVANTY
P. TROLI
G. TRUESDELL
P. TSIACOS
P. TUINSTRA
G.R. TULLY
E.A. TUCHOLL
H.R. TUCHOLL
B. TURGO
A.P. TURES
P. TURKELSON
L. TURNER JR
W. TURNER
N.M. TYSON
B.C. UDELL
B. UDSTUEN
T.G. UDSTUEN
E. UNGEMACH
J.L. UNTI
P.W. UNTI
A. URBAN
J. URBAN
K URNEZIUS
E. USHAKOW
G. USHER
P. VACCARO
E. VAGNONI
C. VAUCELUINAS
H.D. VALASKE
A.H. VALE
H.M. VALE
C. VAN BOVEN
L. VANCASTER
C VAN CALLIGAN
C. VAN COEVERING
J. VAN DEBULT
J. VAN DERPLOEG
H. VAN DERPOEL
E. VAN DERSKE
F. VAN DER WEE
L. VAN DUZER
C.W. VAN LONE
E.L. VAN LONE
H. VANSKIKE
A.E. VAN WIE
W. VARON
J.E. VEASEY
M. VEDKOS
G VELARDO
L.P. VENA
L. VENA
N VENIACE
A. VENCI
G. VENTURA
M. VERWEY
N. VERZINE
L. VETERE
L.E. VILAS
E. VILLANI
C.W. VILLNOW
J. VINGREEN
J. VISSCHER
F. VITKUS
B VITTALLI
C. VITTORI
O.J. VOGEL
J. VOELKERING
C. VOIGHT
E.L. VOIGHT
R. VOLLMER
P.W. VOLTZ
F. VON REMBOW
A. VOSS
P. WACELEVECH
E.J. WACHS
W.A. WACHS
W. WACKOWICZ
A. WADE
W. WAGNER
T. DUBRISH

10th Column, East end of lobby
N. WAHLBERG
O. WAHLMAN
J. WAITEKAITES
J. WAITKUS
W. WALDEN
J. WALINLIS
C.F. WALKER
C. WALKER
L. WALKER
A. WALLACE
J. WALLIG
H. WALLIS
J. WALLOS
P. WALRAVEN
G. WALY
J. WARAKSA
A. WARBURTON
R. WARD
T.S. WARD
W.X. WARD
P. WARNIS
F. WARREN
T. WASILVICZ
E. WASVICK
C. WATERS
B. WATKEWICZ
J. WATROS
P. WAWIORKA
C.W. WAV
J. WAYCHUNAS
D.C. WEBB
L.M. WEBER
I.R. WEHNER
J. WEILAND
J. WEIER
L.M. WEIR
L. WEISE
A. WEISKOPF
H. WEISS
J.S. WEISS
G. WELCH
 F. WELKE
J. WELLER
F.J. WELLNER
A. WELLS
A.D. WELLS
F.M. WELLS
H.E. WELLS
J.E. WELLS
P. WENSHELL
B. WENDT
E.H. WENDORF
L. WENDRICKS
J. WEGNER
A. WERNER
A.L. WERNER
C.T. WERNER
G. WERNER
H. WERNER
R. WERTZ
H.F. WERTZ
C.J. WERWIE
J. WESKE
F WESNER
O. WESTPHAL
L.H. WESTON
R. WEYRAUCH
W. WEYRES
S.H. WHEELER
H.F. WHITCOMB
C. WHITE
E. WHITE
H. WHITE
I.W. WHITE
J.P. WHITE
K. WHITE
W.W. WHITE
T. WHITLEY
J.S. WHYTE
M.P. WICKHAM
C.A. WICKS
O.D. WICKS
O. WICKS
G. WIERSCHEM
N. WIERSCHEM
A. WILLEMS
C.M. WILLEMS
H.J. WILLEMS
J.J. WILLEMS
J.M. WILLEMS
W. WILLEMS
B. WILLIAMS
E.W. WILLIAMS
F. WILLIAMS
G. WILLIAMS
H. WILLIAMS
H. WILLIAMS



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