Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Short notice about an awesome giveaway

Short notice about an awesome giveaway
Farm Girl Cat has a Great giveaway going on over on her blog and let me tell you whom ever wind those lovely earrings she has made will Really be getting a unique hand crafted pair of beauties. ( I hope i win, i hope i win.)

there is little time left to sign up , I believe it's by mid night tonight.

Now if you miss this one , follow her blog because she apparently will be repeating these giveaways in the future.

Good Luck and Blessings !
Ma Fey

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Erwin, From Harman to Herman,1944

This Letter was written From Harman Erwin to Herman Erwin in 1944 . you should only have to click on the photo to be able to read it .

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Moore, Robert Edward

Robert Edward Moore
DOB: Sept 12 1904
DOD: December 1965
Newspaper Printer/ employed in the print department of the newspapers 1st in Toledo Ohio and then in Chicago Illinois.
Married: Cecila Baur in 1921 ( exact Date unknown)
they had 9 children :
Kennteth ( Uncle Pat)
Jack and Dave ( twins)

Monday, January 11, 2010

Sunday, January 10, 2010

Erwin, Herman F Home from the USArmy

Photo Back:
Herman F. Erwin

"Mother, Father
Hello From France"

According to the post card below he returned home
July 13th , 1919

tucked with it was the fallowing Memorabilia

Card Front
S.S. Louisville
Greetings from the Jewish Welfare Board
to Soldiers and Sailors of the U. S. Army and Navy

red hand writing says:
"This ship is the one, came back on "

Card Back:
Left July 11th 1919 at 3pm
for Grant Ill.
July 13th,'19
Div. PCO

Note: the S.S.Louisville (ID-1644) from 1918 to 1919, was a steamship formerly know as the U.S.S. St. Louis . It was used in WW1 under the name S.S.Louisville as a troupe transport ship.

the following is a souvenir fold out of photos but I had to scan it in sections :

Erwin, Donald Ray

Photo marked:
age 9 months

photo marked:
Donald Ray Erwin
Age 9 years 9mo.

Erwin, Harmon

Photo marked:
Harmon Erwin
Son of Ada and James A. Erwin