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Philip Louis Reinhard family with Peter Reinhard

Philip Louis Reinhard family with Peter Reinhard

Photograph was probably taken at Philip and Anna Reinhard's farm in Middleport, Iroquois County, Illinois, USA -now called Pittwood, Illinois.
(Listed from left to right: Merle Philip Russell, Anna (Lohmann) Reinhard, Roy "Red" Reinhard, Laura Ida(Reinhard)Russell (remarried), Laura's husband?, Philip Louis Reinhard, and his brother Peter Theodore Reinhard, who was visiting from Minnesota).
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Peter Theodore Reinhard (1849-1941)-Lakewood Cemetery, Minnesota
Philip Reinhard (1858-1940)- Old Berg Cemetery, Illinois
Anna Louise (Lohmann) Reinhard (1859-1942)- Old Berg Cemetery, IL
Roy "Red" Reinhard (1880-1955) was married to Helen M. McIntire (1894-1969) farmed in Indiana. -Weston Cemetery, Indiana
Laura Ida Reinhard's (1882-1954) 1st husband was Ralph Douglas Russell (1878-1919). He either died in an automobile accident close to home or a farming accident. Both are buried at Old Berg Cemetery, Illinois.
Philip Louis Reinhard was the son of Christian and Philippina (Reinhard) Reinhard who immigrated to Dodge County, Wisconsin in the mid 1800's with Christian's father Johann Philip Reinhard "J.P.". In an 1860 Lowell, Dodge County, Wisconsin census Christian's family is listed under the name of John (Christian)43, Phillippene 41, Childern: William 14, Phillippene 12, Peter 10, Catherine 7, Christian 4, Philip 2 and J.P. (Johann Philip)73. Dwelling No. 263/ Family No. 263.
Philip and older younger brother Christian were born in Lowell, Wisconsin. Christian (married: Hattie Corey). Philip's other siblings were born in Germany: William (married: Elamina Lapp / William was owner of Reinhard Lumberyard in Reeseville, Wisconsin), Peter Theodore (married: Anna Mangln/Mangen-they moved to Minnesota) Catherine (married: Peter Mengert-they moved to Ohio), Philippina (married: William Reinhard-may have been killed in a accident- no kids?).

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