Carolyn's Grandparents, Edla Anderson and Robert E. Lundgren, were married 1913 at New Sweden Lutheran Church, Manor, Texas
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Robert E., Roland, Robert M. and Edla Lundgren, 1915

Elmer, Roland, Robert and Helen Lundgren (my mother).

Pauline and Helen Lundgren

Great-grandparents, William and Ida Anderson

Eric and Emma Anderson 1897 (Great uncle and aunt)

Great aunt, Olga Anderson (1887-1905), died at age 18 from tuberculosis.

Great aunt, Emma Anderson (1894-1910), died at age 16 from tuberculosis.

Eric and Ella (Lindeman) Anderson, Lillie (Swenson) and Andrew (Hjalmer) Anderson, Anna (Anderson) Johnson, Edla (Anderson) Lundgren, Emma (Stahl) Anderson (Fred's wife). Front: Esther Anderson, Estelle (Anderson) Grimmer (2 daughters of Andrew and Lillie) Alida Anderson (daughter of Fred and Emma). Photo about 1955.

John and Helen Enders, November 1940.

John Enders (my dad) in Army-Air Corps during WWII, seeing duty in China and India.

John Clem (1864-1937) and Mattie Jane Clem (1856-1934), brother and sister.

Ida Allison (my grandmother) in 1908. (1887-1981)

William Henry Enders, 2nd, (my grandfather) (1880-1931).

Mary Wade Gray, (1810-1908), my gr-gr-gr-grandmother (Grandmother Martin).

Cousins, Ida Allison, my grandmother, on the left, Mare and Floy, in Athens, Alabama.

Austin, Texas, after new capitol (1885) but before automobiles. Click for bigger picture. Note the mercury vapor light tower to the left of the capitol building, a famous Austin attraction. These towers were placed strategically around Austin in the shape of a star and bathed the city with a soft moonglow.