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Train Station

Train Station

This is the station that serves Lavelsloh.


Lavelsloh

Lavelsloh

This is the house in Lavelsloh, Germany where my father's family lived, and where they also had their cattle business. This picture was taken in 1894 when my grandmother was 16. Oma Dina is standing in the foreground fourth from the left. Her father, Isaak Heynemann, is holding the horse.


My Dad With A Horse.

My Dad With A Horse.


My Father With Two Cows.

My Father With Two Cows.


Tante Irma, Oma Dina, and Erich Samenfeld.

Tante Irma, Oma Dina, and Erich Samenfeld.


Lavelsloh, Sept. 9,1913

Lavelsloh, Sept. 9,1913


Family Group; Lavelsloh

Family Group; Lavelsloh

My father, Uncle Louis, Aunt Martha, Adolph Samenfeld, Oma Dina, and Tante Irma.


Family Group; Lavelsloh

Family Group; Lavelsloh

Uncle Louis, Aunt Martha, Tante Irma, Adolph Samenfeld, Oma Dina, and my father holding the dog, Lady.


Louis Heynemann

Louis Heynemann

This is my father's Uncle Louis, Oma Dina's brother. This picture was taken in Cincinatti; April, 1936. Uncle Louis came to America when he was 14 in 1889.


Erich and Irma

Erich and Irma


Tante Irma With My Father

Tante Irma With My Father


My father Erich with Tante Irma in Lavelsloh

My father Erich with Tante Irma in Lavelsloh


School Group

School Group

Tante Irma is standing second from the left. My father Erich is standing on the far right.


The Samenfelds

The Samenfelds

My father Erich, Oma Dina, Tante Irma, and Adolph Samenfeld.


My Tante Irma is in the front row of this photo, and my dad is directly behind her.

My Tante Irma is in the front row of this photo, and my dad is directly behind her.


My Oma Dina and my grandfather Adolph Samenfeld

My Oma Dina and my grandfather Adolph Samenfeld


Adolph Samenfeld/World War I

Adolph Samenfeld/World War I

My grandfather is on the far right in this picture.