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Stephanie Westerfeld
Stephanie Westerfeld
Posted by Stephanie at findagrave.com 
 
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Stephanie Westerfeld
Stephanie Westerfeld
Contributed by Ron Moody at findagrave.com 
 
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Sylvester and Clara Ludwig
Sylvester and Clara Ludwig
 
 
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Sylvester and Minnie Ludwig
Sylvester and Minnie Ludwig
 
 
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Taylor, Veda Elvira - Portrait Photo
Taylor, Veda Elvira - Portrait Photo
Taylor, Veda Elvira - Portrait Photo - Shortly after wedding. 
 
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The C. F. Brink moving
The C. F. Brink moving
The C. F. Brink moving van in front of his home in Huegely, Illinois 
 
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The C. F. Brink moving van in front of his home in Huegely, Illinois.
The C. F. Brink moving van in front of his home in Huegely, Illinois.
The C. F. Brink moving van in front of his home in Huegely, Illinois. 
 
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The Yocum Dollar
The Yocum Dollar
When the Delaware Indains established themselves along this tributary of the White river, the Yoakum's soon learned that they were recipients of a federal annuity of about $4,000 in silver species. By the 1820's, some of the Yocums (including Solomon) had found a way to obtain some of that silver. They made potent peach brandy to use as trading material. Providing Indians with liquor was illegal, so, according to Mr. Morrow, the Yocums felt it wise to "launder" their profits by melting down the federal silver and recasting it as the famed "Yocum Dollar." Creating new coinage was not yet an illegal act. To cover their activities, they claimed the silver came from a mine they had found; later, when the Delaware left the area along with their annuity, the mine entrance was supposedly blocked by a cave-in. It has never been found.
From http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/53261165/person/13770600343/photo/1?pgnum=1&pg=32816&pgpl=pid%7cpgNum
 
 
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Theodor and Minnie Ludwig
Theodor and Minnie Ludwig
Theodor and Minnie (Brink) Ludwig 
 
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Theodore and Clara Ludwig
Theodore and Clara Ludwig
 
 
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Theodore Brink
Theodore Brink
Theodore Brink 
 
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Uncle John and 'Daddy'
Uncle John and "Daddy"
Per Lucille Owens Gaither - "This is a picture of my Uncle John and Daddy." 
 
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Waldo and Anna Brink
Waldo and Anna Brink
Waldo and Anna Brink World War  
 
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Waldo Brink
Waldo Brink
Waldo Brink 
 
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Waldo Brink
Waldo Brink
Waldo Brink 
 
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Waldo Brink & Horses
Waldo Brink & Horses
Original Barn on Brink Farm. Waldo Brink and Horses  
 
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Waldo Brink and Anna (Krughoff) Brink
Waldo Brink and Anna (Krughoff) Brink
Waldo Brink and Anna (Krughoff) Brink 
 
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Wanda Brink 5th from right front
Wanda Brink 5th from right front
Easter Bonnet Parade Contest Wanda Brink 5th from right front 
 
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Wanda Brink and Ron Gines
Wanda Brink and Ron Gines
Wanda Brink and Ron Gines 
 
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Wanda Brink and Ronald Gines
Wanda Brink and Ronald Gines
Wanda Brink and Ronald Gines - Seniors at Greenville College 
 
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Wanda L. Gines
Wanda L. Gines
Wanda L. Gines 
 
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Wanda Lee Brink
Wanda Lee Brink
Wanda Lee Brink 1953 Prom at Nashville High School 
 
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Wanda Lee Brink
Wanda Lee Brink
Wanda Lee Brink - Senior picture at Greenville College 
 
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Wedding photograph of Charles F. and Emma Finke Brink.
Wedding photograph of Charles F. and Emma Finke Brink.
Wedding photograph of Charles F. and Emma Finke Brink. 
 
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Wedding Photograph of Emil and Clara Brink Tschuden
Wedding Photograph of Emil and Clara Brink Tschuden
Wedding Photograph of Emil and Clara Brink Tschuden 
 
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Wilhelmina
Wilhelmina
Mother of Sophia (Hartman) Hake

Sophia (Hartman) Hake was wife of Friedrich Wilhelm Hake. Her mother was Wilhelmina Unknown b. 1808, d. Apr. 11, 1891

 
 
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Wilhelmine (Piethman) Krughoff
Wilhelmine (Piethman) Krughoff
Wilhelmine (Piethman) Krughoff 
 
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William and Mary Brink
William and Mary Brink
William and Mary Brink 
 
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William Brink
William Brink
William Brink, half bro. to Irene Brink Hadley  
 
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William G. Brink
William G. Brink
William G. Brink 
 
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William G. Brink.
William G. Brink.
Thrashing in Huegely, Washington County, Illinois area. Takes place on the road leading west out of Huegely. At the crossroads in the picture, the road to the right leads to the farm of William G. Brink. He is in the lower right hand corner with the pitch fork stretched out before him. 
 
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Winona (Brink) Huckshold
Winona (Brink) Huckshold
Winona (Brink) Huckshold about 1945 (give or take) 
 
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