Roesch Family Object Pictures
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My Grandmothers - Maria (Zimmermann) Roesch Tableware

My Mother Martha (Roesch)Picton wrote:
The Keystone Metal Tableware was bought by Grandparents Henry and Maria (Zimmermann) Roesch around 1912. We used this tableware daily. Keystone Metal doesn't tarnish when used daily.




Set of china belonging to my Grandmother Maria (Zimmermann) Roesch
The China was bought in 1912


Antique Scales

My Grandfather Henry Roesch used these scales to weight seed grain which he sold and to weight his children. These scales are similar to the ones found on a steamboat that sank at DeSota Bend on the Missouri River in about 1865.




Maria (Zimmermann) Roesch Confirmation Certificate




Heinrich Rösch (Henry Roesch) and Maria Zimmermann (Mary Zimmermann)
Marriage Certificate

My Mother Martha (Roesch)Picton wrote:
They used the original spelling of their names on this important document.





Henry Roesch and Mary Zimmermann
Marriage License
Married on February 10, 1898
Left Half Page

They used the new Americanized spelling of their names on this government document.





Henry Roesch and Mary Zimmermann
Marriage License
Right Half Page

They used the new Americanized spelling of their names on this government document.
Notice who singed as witnessed.(two sisters, a brother and a brother-in-law)





Pearl Necklace
This belonged to my Grandmother Maria (Zimmermann) Roesch




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