Roesch Family Object Pictures
Wooden Items
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Lena Roesch childs rocking chair purchased about 1900




Trunk
Belonging to Henry and Maria (Zimmermann) Roesch




Part of Bedroom Set
Belonging to Henry and Maria (Zimmermann) Roesch




Part of Bedroom Set
Belonging to Henry and Maria (Zimmermann) Roesch




Part of Bedroom Set
Belonging to Henry and Maria (Zimmermann) Roesch




Walnut Wardrobe made from native walnut wood by Jacob Roesch in 1880




This pitch fork belonged to my Grandfather Henry Roesch




Kraut Cutter story written on back of Kraut Cutter

My Mother Martha Picton wrote:
The Kraut Cutter belonged to Grandparents Henry and Maria (Zimmermann) Roesch. In those days they would cut a lot of cabbage for kraut. They started to can kraut in the 1920's. Then they didn't use this much any more. Before they canned kraut, they put it into 10 or 20 gallon stone jars.




Kraut Cutter
Belonged to my Grandparents - Henry and Maria (Zimmermann) Roesch




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