Schermack and Jarrell Gathering

Schermack and Jarrell Gathering. Left to right (back row): Alma Schermack, Anna Schermack, unknown, unknown, Mabel Forshee Jarrell (my great-grandmother), unknown, unknown, unknown, Vernon Lee Jarrell (my maternal grandfather), Alfred Schermack. Front row: Dorothy Blumenstiel Jarrell (my maternal grandmother), Bessie Haile Calvird, Grace Richards Schermack. #falknerjarrell #blumenstielgenealogy #jarrellgenealogy #schermackgenealogy #blumenstiel #jarrell #schermack #forsheegenealogy #forshee #familyhistory... Continue Reading →

Blumenstiel/Schermack Family Christmas, 1930s

Blumenstiel/Schermack Family Christmas, 1930s. Left to right: Laura Schermack Blumenstiel (my great-grandmother) Beatrice Wallace Blumenstiel, Vernon Jarrell (my maternal grandfather), Dorothy Blumenstiel Jarrell (my maternal grandmother), Walter Holmes, Anna K. Schermack, Alma Schermack Feneley, John William Blumenstiel (my great-grandfather). The couple at far right and three people sitting in front of them are unidentified. #falknerjarrell... Continue Reading →

Schermack Sisters, 1950s

Schermack Sisters, 1950s. Left to right: Anna K. Schermack, Emma P. Schermack, Alma Schermack Feneley, and Laura Schermack Blumenstiel (my great-grandmother). They were born in Freeport, Illinois, USA and migrated to Detroit, Michigan, USA in the early 1900s. Their brother was an inventor, Joseph J. Schermack, known for his vending and mailing machines. #falknerjarrell #schermackgenealogy... 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 →

Schermack Sisters

Schermack Sisters. Left to right: Emma, Alma, and Ann. They were my great-great aunts, sisters to my great grandmother, Laura Schermack Blumenstiel. The photo was taken in Detroit, likely in one of their first residences in the city. #falknerjarrell #schermackgenealogy #schermack #freeportillinois #illinois #familyhistory #genealogy #familyphotos #oldphoto #oldphotos #illinoishistory #sisters #detroit #detroithistory #michigan #michiganhistory#strongwomen #sisters... Continue Reading →

Schermack Sisters

Schermack Sisters, Emma (left) and Anna Schermack with a colleague, in front of Schermack Products Company, 1950s. They were born to Joseph J. Sr. And Amelia Schauer Schermack in Freeport, Illinois, USA. They followed their brother, the inventor Joseph J. Schermack, Jr. to Detroit, Michigan, USA and worked at the Schermack Company for many years.... Continue Reading →

Emma and Anna Schermack House

Emma and Anna Schermack House at 19440 Winston St. Detroit, Michigan, USA. My great-great aunts bought this home for their retirement. It was next door to the home of their brother, Alfred Schermack. In the 1940s, before the home was fixed up, my maternal grandparents, Vernon and Dorothy Blumenstiel Jarrell, raised their family here. #falknerjarrell... Continue Reading →

Schermack Sisters (Circa 1915)

Schermack Sisters, Emma (left) and Anna Schermack were born to Joseph J. Sr. And Amelia Schauer Schermack in Freeport, Illinois, USA. They followed their brother, the inventor Joseph J. Schermack, Jr. to Detroit, Michigan, USA and worked at the Schermack Company for many years. The sisters lent the company money during the Great Depression, which... Continue Reading →

Blumenstiel/Schermack Family Photo (early 1940s)

Blumenstiel/Schermack Family Photo (early 1940s). The children of Adolph William and Christina Vaupel Blumenstiel reunited in Detroit, Michigan. William and Helen came from Spokane, Washington and Elizabeth from Freeport, Illinois. Back row, left to right: Anna Schermack, John William Blumenstiel, Vernon Lee Jarrell, Alma Schermack Feneley, Laura Schermack Blumenstiel, Walter Holmes, Margaret Blumenstiel Holmes. Middle... Continue Reading →

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