John Vaupel Clothier – Trade Card

Pontifical States flag trading card for John Vaupel Clothier. The Vaupel Clothier was on Galena Street in Freeport, Illinois, USA. John Vaupel was the brother of my great-great grandmother, Christina Vaupel Blumenstiel, and my 3x great-uncle. #falknerjarrell #vaupelgenealogy #vaupel #genealogy #familyhistory #freeportillinois #freeportil #oldphotos #storefront #clothingstore #johnvaupel #johnvaupelclothier #advertising #vintageadvertising #gar #grandarmyoftherepublic #citydirectory #citydirectories #oldstore... Continue Reading →

John Vaupel Clothier Ad

John Vaupel Clothier advertisement in the Freeport High School Polaris around 1905. The Vaupel Clothier was on Galena Street in Freeport, Illinois, USA. John Vaupel was the brother of my great-great grandmother, Christina Vaupel Blumenstiel, and my 3x great-uncle. #falknerjarrell #vaupelgenealogy #vaupel #blumenstielgenealogy #blumenstiel #genealogy #familyhistory #freeportillinois #freeportil #oldphotos #storefront #clothingstore #johnvaupel #johnvaupelclothier #advertising #vintageadvertising... Continue Reading →

Vaupel Family Plot

Vaupel Family plot at Oakland Cemetery in Freeport, Illinois, USA. Among the family members buried here are my 3x great grandmother, Anna Elisabetha Neuman Vaupel (called “Elizabeth Vaupel” on her gravestone) and John Vaupel, my 3x great uncle, who founded the Vaupel Clothiers on Galena Street in Freeport, Illinois, USA in the late 19th Century.... Continue Reading →

Oakland Cemetery – Freeport, Illinois

Oakland Cemetery - Freeport, Illinois, USA. This is the final resting place of my 3x great grandmother, Anna Neuman Vaupel (1818-1908). She immigrated to Freeport, Illinois, USA in 1885 with my 2x great grandparents, Christina Vaupel and Adolph Blumenstiel, from Reichensachsen, Hessen, Germany. Anna died in 1908, just before her 89th birthday. #falknerjarrell #vaupelgenealogy #vaupel... Continue Reading →

Vaupel Clothier

Freeport, Illinois City Directory, about 1900. The lower advertising panel is for the Vaupel Clothier on Galena Street in Freeport, Illinois, USA. John Vaupel was the brother of my great-great grandmother, Christina Vaupel Blumenstiel, and my 3x great-uncle. #genealogy #familyhistory #freeportillinois #freeportil #falknerjarrell #vaupelgenealogy #vaupel #blumenstielgenealogy #blumenstiel #oldphotos #storefront #clothingstore #johnvaupel #johnvaupelclothier #advertising #vintageadvertising #gar... Continue Reading →

Vaupel Clothier – Freeport, Illinois, USA

Real photo postcard of the Vaupel Clothier on Galena Street in Freeport, Illinois during the 44th Grand Army of the Republic (Civil War Veterans) Encampment. You can see the word “Clothier” in white, above the marchers and “Vaupel” is barely visible. John Vaupel was the brother of my great-great grandmother, Christina Vaupel Blumenstiel, and my... Continue Reading →

John Vaupel Newspaper Article

1907 Newspaper article about a court case in Sioux City, Iowa, USA. involving John Vaupel, My 3x great-uncle. He owned the Vaupel Clothier located at 108 Galena St. Freeport, Illinois, USA. John Vaupel immigrated to the USA from Reichensachsen, Hessen and opened his shop in 1880. He was the brother of my great-great grandmother, Christina... Continue Reading →

Vaupel Clothier

Real photo postcard with the Vaupel Clothier sign at the right and center. This block of Galena Street in Freeport, Illinois and the Vaupel store were captured in at least 2 real photo postcards during the 44th Grand Army of the Republic (Civil War Veterans) Encampment in 1910. John Vaupel was my third great uncle,... Continue Reading →

John Vaupel Clothiers Ad

Clothes for Corn! 1884 Newspaper advertisement for John Vaupel, Clothier in the Freeport Journal-Standard (Illinois, USA). The Vaupel Clothier was located at 108 Galena St. Freeport, Illinois, USA. John Vaupel immigrated to the USA from Reichensachsen, Hessen and opened his shop in 1880. He was the brother of my great-great grandmother, Christina Vaupel Blumenstiel. She... Continue Reading →

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