This month's recipe is from the 1920s. The frosting must have been intended to be paired with the cake in the recipe pasted on the page above.
Johann Kroening - immigrant ancestor and brick wall.
Sebastian J. Witzel Sebastain Witzel and Marie Repp wedding 1888 Sebastian Witzel is my husband's 2nd great grandfather. He is buried at Lincoln Memorial Cemetery in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. You can view his memorial here. Sebastian was born in Oberfalz,Amorbach,Germany on 31 January 1859. To date, his parents are unknown, but Sebastian left Germany via Antwerp, Belgium … Continue reading Find A Grave Friday
Time to get outdoors and do some cemetery research. If you have ancestors buried in Marshfield, Wisconsin, the Marshfield City Cemetery Viewer makes it easy to find your family.
When the lack of birth, marriage, and death records make it difficult to determine family connections, details in alternative records can provide insight and prove relationships.
Caroline Widmann Malone Caroline is my 4th great aunt. She is the daughter of Jacob Widmann and sister of my 3rd great grandfather John Widmann. She is buried in the Hillside Cemetery in Marshfield, Wisconsin with her parents and most of her siblings. You can view her memorial here. Caroline Cristine Marie Widmann was born … Continue reading Find A Grave Friday
Another pickle recipe!
My Grandmother's Paintings Bluebonnets I am lucky enough to have inherited some paintings made by my grandmother, Lagada Dirk Weigel. She worked mainly in acrylics and favored landscapes. Oma was an artistic person in general. She had an eye for fashion and decorating, she was a gardener, and she could sew her own clothing and … Continue reading Thursday Treasures
An unidentified member of or related to the Thorson family from Winnebago county, Wisconsin.