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Top left hand side Eliza/Elizabeth (Beatty/Beattie) Wright b: 27 April 1858, daughter of Joseph & Rose (Love) Beatty/Beattie, in Northern Ireland, d: 17 June 1927 in Northbridge, Worcester Co., MA, married Robert Wright in Northern Ireland, both Eliza & Robert Wright are buried in Pine Grove Cemetery, Northbridge, Worcester Co., MA.
Top right hand side Cecelia Anna (Patz) Wright who married William Wright, the only son of Robert & Eliza (Beatty) Wright.
Below Cecelia in the white dress is the oldest daughter of Robert & Eliza Wright. Her name is Mary/Minnie Wright b: 27 July 1880 in Killyleagh, Co. Down, Ireland, d: 18 January 1966 in Worcester Co., MA. Minnie married 1st. George Louis Carr and they were divorced. Minnie married 2nd. the man in the picture, to the left of her, Fred Caston b: 1892 in Pike Co., Mississippi, d: 1961 in MA, Minnie & Fred are buried in Pine Grove Cemetery, Northbridge, Worcester Co., MA.
Sitting on Fred's lap is their son, Robert W. Caston b: 03 June 1916 in Whitinsville, Worcester Co., MA, d: 05 December 1979 in Whitinsville. Robert Caston was married to Helen S. Ziemba, daughter of Stanislaw W. Ziemba and Frances Prewoznik. Both Robert & Helen Caston are buried in St. Patricks Cemetery, Whitinsville, MA.
Anton and Kathorine (Beirlien) Rehling and family came from Torontal szigit Austria Hungary. They came to the USA in 1905 and homesteaded in Hebron, North Dakota.
Back row left to right: Peter, Adam, Joseph, Kathorine
Middle row left to right: Henry, Anton (Father), Anton, Kathorine (mother), Matthew, Magdalina
Front row left to right: Paul and baby Theresa
Submitted by Stacy Simonson, great great grandchild
Johanna "Hanna" was born in Blekinge, Sweden on July 12, 1871 to Peter Johan "John" Nilsson and Ingrid Maria Svenson. She came to the United States around 1890 and her family settled in Cadillac, Wexford County, Michigan. She married Peter Holmquist sometime before 1894. Sometime after 1903 Peter and Hanna moved to Tustin, Osceola County, Michigan where they raised their nine children: Randolph, Elmer, Ruth, Lawrence, Esther, Hartley, Olga, Arnold, and Ingrid. Elmer was my grandfather. Hanna passed away on Christmas Day in 1957 at the age of 86.
Their family of eight, including my grandmother Mary, second from the right, standing. Philip came from Klusserath, Germany
Charles Pulham was born in a village called Stradbroke in Suffolk England 21 Feb 1842. Generations of his family had been born and bred there since the 1400s. He was one of the first to move and he did this by emigrating to Chicago, Illinois in 1867. He was a stair carpenter who lived and died 1926 in Elmhurst.
Submitted by Debi Coone, ggg niece