Schermack Sisters

My great-grandmother, Laura Schermack Blumenstiel, at right, with her sister, Alma Schermack Feneley. The child could be my maternal grandmother, Dorothy Blumenstiel Jarrell. #falknerjarrell #schermackgenealogy #schermack #freeportillinois #illinois #familyhistory #genealogy #familyphotos #oldphoto #oldphotos #illinoishistory #sisters #detroit #detroithistory #michigan #strongwomen #sisters #hats #1900s #womeninhats #women #womensfashion #feneley #hats #aunt #greatgreataunt #feneleygenealogy #blumenstielgenealogy #blumenstiel

Ladies in Freeport, Illinois

Ladies on a bridge in a Freeport, Illinois park. I’m not sure what group/organization this is, but several great-great aunts are included. Second from the right is Emma Schermack. Fourth from the right is Emma’s sister, Alma Schermack Feneley. Third from the left is Grace Richards Schermack, sister-in-law to Emma and Alma. #falknerjarrell #schermackgenealogy #schermack... Continue Reading →

Anna Schermack and Alma Schermack Feneley

Anna Schermack (left) and Alma Schermack Feneley, my great-great aunts. Born in Freeport, Illinois, USA, they relocated to Detroit, Michigan, USA in the early 1900s. #falknerjarrell #schermackgenealogy #schermack #freeportillinois #illinois #familyhistory #genealogy #familyphotos #oldphoto #oldphotos #illinoishistory #detroit #detroithistory #michigan #michiganhistory #1900s #sisters #daughters #greatgreataunt

Amelia Schauer Schermack and Family

Amelia Schauer Schermack (my great-great grandmother), with daughters and sister. Likely taken in Freeport, Illinois, USA (early 1900s). Left to right: Alma Schermack Feneley, unidentified (possibly a niece), Amelia Schauer Schermack, Emma Schermack (making a face!), Anna Schermack, Amelia’s sister, possibly Pauline Schauer Grell. #falknerjarrell #schermackgenealogy #schermack #freeportillinois #illinois #familyhistory #genealogy #familyphotos #oldphoto #oldphotos #illinoishistory... Continue Reading →

Charles Feneley (right) and Friend

Charles Feneley (right) and friend. He was the husband of my great-aunt, Alma Schermack Feneley. They relocated from Freeport, Illinois, USA to Detroit, Michigan, USA along with her siblings, in the early 1900s. Uncle Charles was a veteran of the Spanish American War. #falknerjarrell #schermackgenealogy #schermack #freeportillinois #illinois #familyhistory #genealogy #familyphotos #oldphoto #oldphotos #illinoishistory #detroit... Continue Reading →

Charles Feneley

Charles Feneley, husband of my great-aunt, Alma Schermack Feneley. They relocated from Freeport, Illinois, USA to Detroit, Michigan, USA along with her siblings, in the early 1900s. Uncle Charles was a veteran of the Spanish American War. #falknerjarrell #schermackgenealogy #schermack #freeportillinois #illinois #familyhistory #genealogy #familyphotos #oldphoto #oldphotos #illinoishistory #detroit #detroithistory #michigan #feneley #feneleygenealogy #hats #meninhats... Continue Reading →

Schermack Sisters

Schermack Sisters. I am unsure of the group/occasion, but three of my Schermack great-great aunts appear in the photo. They were sisters of my great-grandmother, Laura Schermack Blumenstiel. Back row, left is Anna Schermack, next to Alma Schermack Feneley. In front of Alma is Emma Schermack. As a bonus, my maternal grandmother, Dorothy Blumenstiel Jarrell... Continue Reading →

Alma Schermack and Charles Feneley

Alma Schermack Feneley (front left) in front of husband, Charles Feneley, with friends. Aunt Alma was my great-great aunt, who I knew as an old woman in the 1970s. They relocated from Freeport, Illinois, USA to Detroit, Michigan, USA along with her siblings, in the early 1900s. #falknerjarrell #schermackgenealogy #schermack #freeportillinois #illinois #familyhistory #genealogy #familyphotos... Continue Reading →

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