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Amanda Reinhard and Anna Bohn 1918

Amanda Reinhard and Anna Bohn 1918

Amanda Reinhard (left) and Anna Bohn (right).
The date on the back of the photo reads 1918. This photograoh came from the Reinhard photo collection in Illinois.
Amanda Reinhard was the daughter of Philip Louis and Anna (Lohmann) Reinhard who were both born in Dodge county, Wisconsin. and who came to Papineau, Iroquois County, IL and then settled on a farm in Middleport, Iroquois, County IL (now called Pittwood).
Amanda Reinhard's mother Anna Louis (Lohmann) Reinhard had two sisters who both married Bohn brothers (Carl and Herman). The Bohn brothers were from Cresline, Germany. Anna Lohmann Reinhard's sister Martha married Carl Bohn and had 2 sons but her family died except for one son Arthur who survived. Emma married Herman Bohn. Anna Bohn who is labeled in this photograph may be the descendant from Emma (Lohmann).
All Lohmann's and Reinhards listed were all descendants of Gerhard and Louisa (Virchow) Lohmann and Anna Bohn too if she is in fact the daughter of Herman and Emma (Lohmann) Bohn.

Arthur Bohn's children

Arthur Bohn's children

Arthur and Edna (Lefave Albright)Bohn's children Wesley and Webb of Beaverville, Iroquois county, Illinois.
Grandchildren of Carl and Martha (Lohmann) Bohn. Grandmother Martha is buried with family at the Old Berg Cemetery in Iroquois county, IL.
Great grandchildren of Gerhard and Louisa (Virchow) Lohmann. Gerhard and Louisa were both born in Germany and immigrated to Dodge/Jefferson county, Wisconsin where they were married in Watertown in the Jefferson county side of the city. Great grandparents are buried in Sabetha Cemetery in Sabetha, Kansas.

Arthur Bohn Family

Arthur Bohn Family

Arthur Bohn Family of Beaverville, Iroquois county, IL.
Art, and wife Edna Lefave (Albright)Bohn. Children were Wesley and Webb.
Arthur was the son of Carl and Martha (Lohmann) Bohn and brother of Webb. He lost his family at an early age and came to live with the Philip and Anna (Lohmann) Reinhard family in Middleport (now Pittwood) Illinois. He later went to live with and Bohn? uncle from the Stegar/ Joliet area where he continued his education in college. He was an Army CPL during World War I and also a well respected attorney in the Iroquois county, IL area. Arthur and wife are buried in Watseka, Iroquois county, IL.
Note: Arthur was the grandson of Gerhard and Louisa (Virchow) Lohmann who were married in Watertown, Jefferson County, Wisconsin. They later came to Sabetha Kansas where they are buried.

Arthur Bohn

Arthur Bohn

Arthur Bohn -College graduation photo in Joliet IL. He was the son of Carl and Martha (Lohmann) Bohn and the brother of Webb. He lost his family to illness at an early age. He went to live with his mother's sister Anna (Lohmann) Reinhard and her husband Philip for many years. Later he went to live with a Bohn? uncle. He served in the army during World War I as a CPL. He was also a well respected attorney in the Iroquois, IL area.

Arthur Bohn

Arthur Bohn

Arthur Bohn (Attorney) This photograph was from a family Reinhard/Marxmiller scrapbook from Illinois. Arthur's parents were Carl and Martha (Lohmann) Bohn. His father Carl was from Cresline, Germany. His maternal grandparents were Gerhard and Louisa (Virchow) Lohmann.
Art was raised by the Philip and Anna (Lohmann) Reinhard family in Middleport, IL (now called Pittwood). He lost his mother to typhoid and his brother Webb to appendicitis. Some of his family are buried at the Old Burg Cemetery in Iroquois county, IL.
Arthur was a US CPL in the Army during World War I. He was also a well respected attorney. He is buried in Watseka, Iroquois County, Illinois (1888-1963).

William and Ralph Reinhard with unknowns

William and Ralph Reinhard with unknowns

Left to Right:
Unknown man, William Reinhard "Billy", unknown man, Ralph Fred Carl Reinhard on the far right.
This picture is very likely taken in the Iroquois County, Illinois area where father and son William and Ralph Reinhard lived.