Jennifer Henning's German Genealogy Site
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This page last updated October 25th, 2016
Henning Family Album
This album contains many of the family photographs used in the Henning Family area of this web site, in approximately chronological order.
To see a larger version of any image, click on either the small photo or on its name.
There are also many village photographs on this site that can be found by visiting the places index (click on the Places Index button at left, and then select a village).
The Hough building when it housed the Patz & Richards store.
Tillie, Ernst, Mother Anna, Trace, Father Fred, Oskar, and Gust gather for a family portrait.
Oscar Rudloff was the conductor on the Sheboygan to Plymouth route. He sent this picture as a postcard to his half-brother Gus in Milwaukee.
Hilda Knomer marries Oscar Rudloff in Sheboygan. Couple on the far right are Emilie Schenk and her fiance Gust Henning.
This is the picture from a postcard Gust sent to his mother Anna. He writes that he has caught a "big fish".
This is the picture on a postcard Gust has sent to his mother Anna. On the back of the card he writes that this is the place where he goes to drink and spends his money.
Gust and Emilie enjoy a picnic in the park with some friends. Notice the small grill, the suitcase used for a picnic basket and the large number of beer bottles.
Anna Schmidt & Frank Graefe were the Henning's wedding attendents. They also later married
and settled in Colorado.
Anna Henning Rudloff with daughter, grandson, and great-granddaughter
Gust shows his son Walter how to push sister Erna's doll buggy.
Gust Henning is third from the left in the front row, in painter's coveralls.
The other woman is possibly her mother-in-law.
Trace Lockbaum and her husband George welcome her brother Gust, his sons Walter and Harold and his son-in-law Ed Sterz to their Menasha home.
Closeup of Trace, George, Gust, Ed, Walter and Harold.
Tillie poses with her brother Ernst's wife Dorothy.
Emilie had just fed the chickens and is carrying a dish full of eggs.
Tillie is pictured with her son-in-law Fred and possibly his parents, August Stegner and Amalia Kulpinski Stegner.
Gust poses with his sister Tillie's daughter Frieda's husband, Fred.
At Jenni's parents' home.
Tillie Rudloff Wendland is pitured with Ida.
Ernst in Berkeley, California in his later years photographed by Ed and Erna Sterz making home repairs.
Aunt Hilda and Cousin Agnes