Tag Redman

1929 – Christmas hunting and gifts

In 1929, the Senff family gathered for Christmas at their farm on 6th Rd, in the southeast corner of German township. The ladies posed with their gifts, which included a coffee pot, and the men posed with their catch, a… Continue Reading →

1948 – We Won’t Boo – How About You?

In 1948, the Bremen Hi-Y club at the school decided a little good sportsmanship spirit was warranted at basketball games and created a sign that remained in the gymnasium until it was remodeled in 1987-88. The sign, apparently encouraged nationally… Continue Reading →

Doc Schlosser’s memories

Dr. Walter K Schlosser (1888-1973 – obituary) grew up on a farm in German township, studied medicine at Indiana University, and spent most of his career as a part-time surgeon and a full-time chemist and manager at the Schlosser Brothers… Continue Reading →

Our header backgrounds

The photos we use as revolving backgrounds for the header of this site…. Click any image to display a slide show.

Senff family photo album

Here is a huge album of photos handed down thru the Senff family. It includes Shaffer, Redman, Anglemyer, and a few other German township families.

Mystery: who are these fellows?

In this photo from about 1915, some Senff boys, Albert boys, Swanks, Motzes, a Hochstetler, a Stine, and a Redman can be found, all from southeast part of German township. Can you identify any of the other boys and young… Continue Reading →

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