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 (Back row) Henry Cole, Grandma and Grandpa Cole (editors note: this is Laura Dick and Abram Cole), Uncle Mike (ed: Mike O'Leary), Aunt Nola (ed: Indianola Cole), Jim Bernethy, Barbara Sather, Pearl Bernethy with Mae, and Aunt Carrie (ed: Carrie Knudson) (Middle Row) Charles, Selby, Helen and Hazel Cole and Alfred Sather. (Front row) Elmer and Edward Sather, Elmer Cole, Ellen and Nola Sather, James Bernethy, Ruth and Marguerite Cole, Mom and with baby Warren Cole. Dad. (ed: Mom and Dad are Martha Knudson and Ottis Cole)  (Seated) Barbara Sather, Anna Eliza Snow Bernethy, Mabel Berg, Ottis Cole, Marie Willis, Martha Cole, Bill Willis and Henry Cole. (Standing) Nola O'Leary, Mrs. Christianson, Mrs. Day, Mrs. Dunbar, Celia Ashman, Mrs. Schroedar, Nora Maudlin, Mrs. Turnquist, Carrie Cole, Mrs. Hauge, Jack Sather and Mrs. Trangen. (Back row) Mr. Day, Ellis Maudlin, Mr. Berg, Mr. Dunbar, Mike O'Leary and Mr. Trangen. #1 Ermal Grace Eby, #2 Ora Hannah Kress #3 Eva Kress (Russell) Peter O'Leary, Emma Putmam and son Russell Peter Jr.
1895 - Children of William George Ball & Martha Ann Moore Front Row
Olive Magnolia Ball Abernathy, Ephraim W. Ball, Mary E. Ball Andrews,
Jonathan Eddy Ball, Back Row Hattie Ball Andrews, Lot Ball, Minnie Ball
Wood, Fannie (Amanda Frances) Ball Oldham ...Photo courtesy of Donna
Tauber
4 generations of Bonners: L-R Ronnie, Thomas, Harmon and in front Tyler A black-and-white studio photograph of six children of Abraham Eby. Back, left to right: William, Noah and Isaac; front, left to right: Magdalena, Phoebe and Charlotte. A carte de visite studio portrait of Barnabas Eby. Printed on the reverse of the card is: From the 'ONTARIO' Photograph Gallery, American House, Berlin, Ont., H.E. Moore, artist. A carte de visite studio portrait of Franklin Eby and his wife, Huldah Butler. A copy of a photograph of the teachers and students of Freeport Academy taken about 1869. Back row, left to right: Rev. John B. Schlichter, Ezra Weber, Mary Snyder (Mrs. Moses Weaver), Harriet Shupe, Mina Gonder, Miss Bergey, Samuel S. Moyer, Isaac L. Bowman (Principal). Middle row, left to right: William Simmons, Ananias Eby, Ephraim A. Snyder, James Peterson, William Sherk, Saruch Eby, Charles Shupe, Abraham M. Snyder. Front row, left to right: Benjamin M. Snyder, Moses Weaver, Abram O. Bowman, Titus Snyder, Horace Beam, Horace Smith, Jacob B. Weaver, Hiram Hewitt.
A copy of an advertisement for the Berlin Telegraph and German Canadian newspaper published by Elias Eby. The advertisement was copied from the County of Waterloo Gazetter and General Business Directory for 1864. A diary  kept by Dr. Aaron Eby for January 1 to October 23, 1868. It records activities related to his medical practice in Sebringville, Ontario as well as some family events. A diary written partly in English and German. The entries for January 1, 1862 to April 25, 1862 are written in English. The later entries are written in German. The topics covered include the author's religious life and his medical school attendance.

A Home Belonging to A Christian Eby A Home Belonging to Christian Eby A photo taken for a newspaper ad. L-R: George Beech Jr, Charles C. Abernathy, Elizabeth Hamlin Abernathy, Carl Edd Abernathy, George Beech Sr. Photo taken around 1949. A photograph of the Ministers of Canada Conference, Mennonite Brethren in Christ. The men pictured are numbered and identified as: 1. Menno Bowman, 2. R. Etherington, 3. John Ball, 4. S. Goudie, 5. C.F. Krauth, 6. T. Ford Barker, 7. Solomon Eby, 8. David Fretz, 9. Alex Bell, 10. C.N. Good, 11. H.S. Hallman, 12. E. Sievenpiper, 13. C.R. Miller, 14. John Hiltz, 15. D.S. Shantz, 16. Peter Geiger, 17. Peter Cober, 18. H. Goudie, 19. Amos Eby, 20. N. Detweiler, 21. S. Cressman, 22. Sam Stouffer, 23. J.B. Detweiler, 24. J.A. Sider, 25. Henry Wismer, 26. John McNally, 27. Joshua Shell, 28. a visitor, 29. Henry Cressman, 30. Christ Raymer, 31. Fred Carlton, 32. John McNally. A photograph of the Ministers of Canada Conference, Mennonite Brethren in Christ. The men pictured are numbered and identified as: 1. Menno Bowman, 2. R. Etherington, 3. John Ball, 4. S. Goudie, 5. C.F. Krauth, 6. T. Ford Barker, 7. Solomon Eby, 8. David Fretz, 9. Alex Bell, 10. C.N. Good, 11. H.S. Hallman, 12. E. Sievenpiper, 13. C.R. Miller, 14. John Hiltz, 15. D.S. Shantz, 16. Peter Geiger, 17. Peter Cober, 18. H. Goudie, 19. Amos Eby, 20. N. Detweiler, 21. S. Cressman, 22. Sam Stouffer, 23. J.B. Detweiler, 24. J.A. Sider, 25. Henry Wismer, 26. John McNally, 27. Joshua Shell, 28. a visitor, 29. Henry Cressman, 30. Christ Raymer, 31. Fred Carlton, 32. John McNally. A photograph taken by Gordon C. Eby of the back porch of the house at 409 Mill Street, Berlin, Ontario. Christian Eby and Catherine Clemens Eby are at the left. 

For more photographs of Catharine Clemens Eby see the collection of photographs at the Mennonite Archives of Ontario. A pine blanket chest with red and black stained finish. It was also varnished. Printed on the inside of the lid is 'Tobias Eby / S.88.101.13 / Elma.' There is moulding on the two sides and front of the lid. A small storage compartment is located inside the chest on the lefthand side. There is evidence that there was a picture, in the form of a postcard, originally attached to the inside lid. The chest has a double-link chest lock made of steel. There is a keyhole in the front panel, but no escutcheon. The corners of the chest are dovetailed. Butt hinges were used to secure the lid to the chest.
A short church history and teachings of the faith of like-minded Christians and Mennonites by Benjamin Eby. The cover is worn leather.



A small Fraktur birth record (Geburtschein) for Benjamin S. Eby. The text is done in black and purple, and is surrounded in a border which resembles a frame.  Above the name is a plant (rose ?) with six pink flowers, and black leaves.  The background of the drawing is filled with short, black horizontal lines.  A small, colourful Fraktur birth record (Geburtschein) for Isaac Eby. The text, framed in a red and yellow border, reads: 'Isaac Eby ist Geboren den 30 ten July im Jahr Anno. 1808.' The name is in green, red , black and brown, while the rest of the German text is done in red only. The record is embellished with black scroll work. The initials of the Fraktur artist are in red, in the calligraphy of the second 'A' in Isaac, however they cannot be made out. A studio photograph of Ezra E. Eby. A copy of this photograph is on display at the Waterloo County Hall of Fame which is part of Doon Heritage Crossroads. A copy of this image is also at the Mennonite Archives of Ontario - 1986-1 #55. A tintype studio portrait of Ezra E. Eby.

A tintype studio portrait of Peter Eby. A Windlass made by William Harley Abernathy.

The windlass is an apparatus for moving heavy weights. Typically, a windlass consists of a horizontal cylinder (barrel), which is rotated by the turn of a crank or belt. A winch is affixed to one or both ends, and a cable or rope is wound around the winch, pulling a weight attached to the opposite end. Aaron B Eby and wife Edna Sensenig Aaron Eby Aaron Eby and Elmina Graybill
Aaron Eby and Lydia Shantz 
Aaron Eby MD Abby, George, Edward, Stephen and George Hawkins Abel Abernathy and Margaret Sadler Abernathy Creek Sign Today (2007) Abernathy Family
Back Row: George Marks, James Reagan, Janie Annette, Clara Leigh, Glen Wooten
Front Row: Vivian Mertilla holding Tracey Annette Eckert Abernathy Furniture Company Abernathy Siblings - Children of Daniel Abernathy and Sarah Coley: Back: Elihu, Bartow, Willie Front: Thomas, Eliza Jane, Sidney Abernathy Velma Abernathy/Abernethy Mills
Abernethy Logging Site Abernethy Plot Abernethy Records from Farmington, Hartford County, Connecticut Abernethy ruins in Scotland Abernethy Tower in Scotland Abernethy, Woodbury Vital Records 1674-1850 Abigail Griswold Abigail Snow Birth Able Willis Hord Pension Abner Deatherage
Abner Johnson Deatherage Abner Johnson Deatherage Abraham Brubacher  Abraham Brubacher and Elizabeth (Lizzie) Brox Abraham Clemmens and wife Magdalena Eby
                 Abraham Eby Abraham Eby  Abraham Eby Abraham Eby Abraham Eby
Abraham Eby Abraham Eby Abraham Eby:
Hier/ Ruhet/ Abraham Eby/ Sohn von Samuel Eby/ geboren den 6ten Februar/ 1812/ starb den 31sten/ Januar 1831 Alt. 18 Jahr/ 11 Monat (3) Wochen 4 Tag. Abraham Martin Abram Cole Abram Cole and Laura Ellen Dick Abram Cole and Laura Ellen Dick Abram Eby Abram Eby and Sarah Fleming Abram Eby and sister Anna Eby
Abram Eby and wife Salome Denlinger Abram Eby, wife Salome and children Willis, Alta Mae and H Elmer Abram Eby, wife Salome Denlinger, son Willis Eby and granddaughter Jane Eby and grandson Wilbur Eby Abram Walter Eby Absalom Eby and Martha Reist Achilles, Andrew, Ann, Joanna, matilda, Nancy, Susannah and William Deatherage and Eliza Jane Strain Acree Ashley Abernathy Ada Anderson Ada Ann Trowbridge Ada Cain
Ada Eby Ada Eby Ada Hazel Smith with son Charles Ada Lee Davis Ada May Fritch Hord Ada Sellers Ada Sellers Ada Viola Eby Adaline Eby Adam Clark Eby
Adam Clark Eby Adam Ebey Adam Ebey Adam Ebey Adam Ebey and Alice King Adam Eby and wife Bertha Adam Englar Adam Hord Death Cert Addie Agnes Snow Addie Eby Myer

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