2007 Photos

The Historical Society began with a tour of the Harkey House, located in Hillsboro IL.
The Historical Society began with a tour of the Harkey House, located in Hillsboro IL.
David Turner, Erma Turner, Charlie & Sharon Unger
David Turner, Erma Turner, Charlie & Sharon Unger
Marie Turner, Linda Ecret, Anita Rundquist
Marie Turner, Linda Ecret, Anita Rundquist
Bill Turner has an amazing resemblance to his dad, Frank Turner.
Bill Turner has an amazing resemblance to his dad, Frank Turner.
Sharing memories with each other from old family photos.
Sharing memories with each other from old family photos.
Erma Turner with WFA Honorary Member, Jessie (Ware) Hewitt
Erma Turner with WFA Honorary Member, Jessie (Ware) Hewitt
Jim Osborne sharing his family history with Tom & Bea Sellers.
Jim Osborne sharing his family history with Tom & Bea Sellers.
Bob Mullins, Bonnie (Turner) & Clyde Douglas, Jim Osborne, Marilyn Maccanelli
Bob Mullins, Bonnie (Turner) & Clyde Douglas, Jim Osborne, Marilyn Maccanelli
Donna Unger, P.J., Jennifer (Unger) & Benjamin Hathaway
Donna Unger, P.J., Jennifer (Unger) & Benjamin Hathaway
Don Laughlin, Sandy & Rich Westcott, Camilla (Walters) Laughlin
Don Laughlin, Sandy & Rich Westcott, Camilla (Walters) Laughlin
Seated: Ezri, Gieta & Cyrina Beckmann, Anita Rundquist, Jessie Hewitt, Marie Turner, Erma Turner, Ed Ware // Second Row: Andrew Rundquist, Jennifer & Benjamin Hathaway, Donna Unger & PJ Hathaway, Linda Ecret, Sherri Rundquist, Sharon & Charlie Unger, Karen (Turner) Nygard, Patty (Ware) Cady, Joe Heavey // Back Row: Wayne & Becky (Rundquist) Wedekind, Paul Unger, James & Bill Turner, John Rundquist, James Unger, David Turner, Sally (Turner) Sass, Ann (Mullins) Tindall
Seated: Ezri, Gieta & Cyrina Beckmann, Anita Rundquist, Jessie Hewitt, Marie Turner, Erma Turner, Ed Ware // Second Row: Andrew Rundquist, Jennifer & Benjamin Hathaway, Donna Unger & PJ Hathaway, Linda Ecret, Sherri Rundquist, Sharon & Charlie Unger, Karen (Turner) Nygard, Patty (Ware) Cady, Joe Heavey // Back Row: Wayne & Becky (Rundquist) Wedekind, Paul Unger, James & Bill Turner, John Rundquist, James Unger, David Turner, Sally (Turner) Sass, Ann (Mullins) Tindall
Seated: Don & Pat Olmstead, Camilla & Don Laughlin, Joyce Busby, Carla Miller, Anne Eskeitz // Second Row: Bea Sellers, Emily Osborn, Charlie & Sharon Unger, Bonnie (Turner) Douglas, Gladys Hewitt, Marilyn (Mullins) Maccanelli, Cindy Joy, Rich Westcott // Third Row: Tom Sellers, Mary Jean Riley, Richard Hewitt, Bob Mullins, Clyde Douglas, Jim Osborne, Sandy Westcott
Seated: Don & Pat Olmstead, Camilla & Don Laughlin, Joyce Busby, Carla Miller, Anne Eskeitz // Second Row: Bea Sellers, Emily Osborn, Charlie & Sharon Unger, Bonnie (Turner) Douglas, Gladys Hewitt, Marilyn (Mullins) Maccanelli, Cindy Joy, Rich Westcott // Third Row: Tom Sellers, Mary Jean Riley, Richard Hewitt, Bob Mullins, Clyde Douglas, Jim Osborne, Sandy Westcott
WFA members share information about our Pilgrim ancestors.
WFA members share information about our Pilgrim ancestors.
Daughters of the American Revolution, Carolyn Cerven and Virginia Becker, discuss the DAR with us.
Daughters of the American Revolution, Carolyn Cerven and Virginia Becker, discuss the DAR with us.
There were many displays of heirlooms from Ware family branches. This was a display about Enoch Ware (courtesy of Cindy Joy).
There were many displays of heirlooms from Ware family branches. This was a display about Enoch Ware (courtesy of Cindy Joy).
Displays were set up all throughout the center. This one was about our descendents who traveled on the Mayflower and our Pilgrim lineage.
Displays were set up all throughout the center. This one was about our descendents who traveled on the Mayflower and our Pilgrim lineage.
The dress of Jennie Livengood, donated by Pattie Westerlage to the WFA archives. Jennie's father, the Rev. Jeremiah Livengood, was the first minister of Ware's Grove Lutheran Church.
The dress of Jennie Livengood, donated by Pattie Westerlage to the WFA archives. Jennie’s father, the Rev. Jeremiah Livengood, was the first minister of Ware’s Grove Lutheran Church.
The Butler Community Center where we met on Saturday for the WFA meetings and programs, and on Sunday for the reunion dinner.
The Butler Community Center where we met on Saturday for the WFA meetings and programs, and on Sunday for the reunion dinner.
WFA members were introduced to research sources and began a search for family information.
WFA members were introduced to research sources and began a search for family information.
Our next stop was visiting the Montgomery County Genealogical Society in Litchfield, IL. Chris Surgis and Marcella White hosted us at their newly opened Research Center.
Our next stop was visiting the Montgomery County Genealogical Society in Litchfield, IL. Chris Surgis and Marcella White hosted us at their newly opened Research Center.
Child's bed and assorted playthings.
Child’s bed and assorted playthings.
Display of period dresses and quilts on a rope bed.
Display of period dresses and quilts on a rope bed.
A Society member describes the home furnishings.
A Society member describes the home furnishings.
We began our tour in the Exhibit Room.
We began our tour in the Exhibit Room.
The Solomon Harkey House, aka the Museum of Historical Society of Montgomery County, was built in 1834. Friday was our tour day.
The Solomon Harkey House, aka the Museum of Historical Society of Montgomery County, was built in 1834. Friday was our tour day.

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