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Milt and Helen Brown at Dorothy Seitz & Robert Osborn's wedding in 1949.
Milt and Helen Brown at Dorothy Seitz & Robert Osborn's wedding in 1949.
 
 
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Minnie Belle Seitz Mechling
Minnie Belle Seitz Mechling
 
 
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Morley & Gearhart
Morley & Gearhart
 
 
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Mystery photo! Possibly Xenia and her husband Henry Rider.
Mystery photo! Possibly Xenia and her husband Henry Rider.
 
 
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Nancy Seitz
Nancy Seitz
 
 
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Nancy Seitz (age 5)
Nancy Seitz (age 5)
 
 
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Oscar Hatch Hawley
Oscar Hatch Hawley
 
 
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Paula Seitz Davis
Paula Seitz Davis
 
 
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Photo - Charles Seitz
Photo - Charles Seitz
 
 
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Photo - George R. Mechling
Photo - George R. Mechling
 
 
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Photo - George Seitz
Photo - George Seitz
 
 
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Photo - Ilo Seitz
Photo - Ilo Seitz
 
 
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Photo - Lewis M. Seitz
Photo - Lewis M. Seitz
 
 
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Photo - Raymond Seitz
Photo - Raymond Seitz
 
 
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Photo - Vera Seitz
Photo - Vera Seitz
 
 
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Photo - Vera Seitz
Photo - Vera Seitz
 
 
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Photo - Viola Seitz
Photo - Viola Seitz
 
 
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Picture of Aaron Seitz taken around 1868-1870 in Lima, Ohio
Picture of Aaron Seitz taken around 1868-1870 in Lima, Ohio
 
 
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Picture of Aaron Seitz taken around 1868-1870 in Lima, Ohio.
Picture of Aaron Seitz taken around 1868-1870 in Lima, Ohio.
Notes from Caral Mechling Bennett: Aaron was recovering from an illness known as Ague at the time this picture was taken.
Ague: A fever (such as from malaria) that is marked by paroxysms of chills, fever, and sweating recurring regular intervals. Also a fit of shivering, a chill. Hence, ague can refer to both chills and fevers.
Pronounced 'A-(")gy with the accent solidly on the "A", the word "ague" is an example of how medical terminology changes with time. Not only are new terms introduced (with great speed these days) but old terms such as "ague" may decline in usage (become archaic) and eventually may be dropped entirely (be obsolete).
"Aigue" entered English usage in the 14th century, having crossed the channel from the Middle French "agu". The word share the same origin as "acute.." It descends from the Latin "acutus" meaning "sharp or pointed". A "fievre aigue" in French was a sharp or pointed (or acute) fever 
 
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Robert and Dorothy Osborn at their wedding in 1949.
Robert and Dorothy Osborn at their wedding in 1949.
 
 
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Robert Osborn 1923 - 2006
Robert Osborn 1923 - 2006
 
 
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Seitz Family Reunion - 1947
Seitz Family Reunion - 1947
 
 
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Siblings Dorothy Seitz Osborn and Edwin Seitz
Siblings Dorothy Seitz Osborn and Edwin Seitz
 
 
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Sisters
Sisters
Paula, Adrienne, and Kathy Seitz 
 
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Sisters - Belle & Lillian Hawley
Sisters - Belle & Lillian Hawley
 
 
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Standing L to R: Hiram, Lillian, Ellen, Belle, Cecile, and Dewey Hawley.
Seated: Dewey Colvin Hawley
Standing L to R: Hiram, Lillian, Ellen, Belle, Cecile, and Dewey Hawley. Seated: Dewey Colvin Hawley
 
 
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Susan Martin Seitz
Susan Martin Seitz
 
 
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The Bride
The Bride
 
 
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The Distinguished Flying Cross, awarded 5 Aug 1968
The Distinguished Flying Cross, awarded 5 Aug 1968
Citation to accompany the award:

Lieutenant Colonel Edwin A. Seitz distinguished himself by extraordinary achievement while participating in aerial flight as a C-123 Aircraft Commander at Khe Sanh, Republic of Vietnam on 22 March 1968. On that date, Colonel Seitz flew an extremely dangerous low level aerial resupply mission to airdrop medical supplies to the United States Marine unit at the beseiged base of Khe Sanh. Despite intense hostile fire and unfavorable weather conditions Colonel Seitz flew the aircraft through a precision airdrop which placed the medical supplies in the hands of friendly forces. With unwavering calmness and courage Colonel Seitz skillfully flew his aircraft in such a manner so as to allow successful completion of the mission. The professional competence, aerial skill, and devotion to duty displayed by Colonel Seitz reflect great credit upon himself and the United States Air Force. 
 
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The Mattox Drive-In: the first hamburger joint in Hammond, Indiana!
The Mattox Drive-In: the first hamburger joint in Hammond, Indiana!
 
 
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The Onion Field
The Onion Field
 
 
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The Seitz Boys - looking very dapper!
(L-R): Charles, Raymond, George & Lewis
The Seitz Boys - looking very dapper! (L-R): Charles, Raymond, George & Lewis
 
 
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The Wedding
The Wedding
Back row (L-R): Edwin Seitz, Martha Gearhart Seitz, Robert Osborn, Dorothy Seitz Osborn, George Seitz, Edna Mattox Seitz, Karen Seitz, Dorothy Soule Seitz, Eugene Seitz.
Front row (L-R): Milt Brown, Helen Seitz Brown, Martha Seitz. 
 
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The woman on the left is definitely a Hawley - possibly Xenia.  The woman on the right is a mystery.
The woman on the left is definitely a Hawley - possibly Xenia. The woman on the right is a mystery.
 
 
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Two Seitz Families (Front Row L-R: Karen Seitz, Paula Seitz, Martha Seitz, Kathy Seitz, Adrienne Seitz, Shelby Seitz; Back Row L-R: Dorothy Soule Seitz, Martha Gearhart Seitz, Edwin Seitz)
Two Seitz Families (Front Row L-R: Karen Seitz, Paula Seitz, Martha Seitz, Kathy Seitz, Adrienne Seitz, Shelby Seitz; Back Row L-R: Dorothy Soule Seitz, Martha Gearhart Seitz, Edwin Seitz)
 
 
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Vietta Owens Mattox
Vietta Owens Mattox
 
 
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W G Osbornd 1870 Census
W G Osbornd 1870 Census
W G Osbornd and family in 1870 Richland Township, Indiana. Wife Elizabeth, children Charles, Robert and Elenora 
 
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Who are these Hawley's?
Who are these Hawley's?
 
 
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Who is she?
Who is she?
 
 
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World War II memorial in Battery Park, New York City.
World War II memorial in Battery Park, New York City.
 
 
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WWII Draft Registration Card
WWII Draft Registration Card
 
 

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