History: Loyal, Wisconsin's Early Settlers
Surnames: Ratzburg, Reul, Anderson, Haslow
----Source: Tribune/Record/Gleaner (Loyal, Wis.) 11 Sep 1985, Loyal Public Library
Early Settlers of Loyal, Wisconsin
This early picture was taken at the Karl Ratzburg farm. This was the home in later year of the L.G. and Luella Anderson family on Rueth Road. The Ratzburgs are seated directly in front of Pastor Reul, who came to Loyal in 1890. They are grandparents of Elmer Ratzburg of Loyal. A Haslow family is pictured in the rist row holding a baby. Ironically the house has been remodeled, but the little bush in the foreground and the windmill to the left are still present. Known anyone else in the picture? We'd like to hear from you.
(taken abt. 1903)
Identifications are divided in three sections, separated by the porch posts.
Please let us know if you can identify any of the folks in these pictures.
|Left-Enlarged View||Middle-Enlarged View||Right-Enlarged View|
|3.||27. Vilise Minna Emma "Violet" Haslow||53.|
|4.||28. Linda Dora Ella Haslow||54.|
|6.||30. Anna (Rabe) Haslow||56.|
|7.||31. Karl Charles John Wm. Haslow||57|
|8.||32. Karl Ratzburg||58.|
|9.||33. Augusta Ratzburg||59.|
|15.||39. Trinity Lutheran Pastor, Wilhelm Ruel|
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