Rummans Family of Cape Coral, FLUpdated March 19, 2007
|Wesley and SarahRummans|
1013 NE 12th Street
My wife and I are researching our family histories so we can pass on to our daughter the knowledge and pride offamilythat we feel.
The main surnames we are researching include: RUMMANS, MARK, PEARCE and PIVER, along with other associated families that belong to our lines.
Any information on the surnames listed would be appreciated and if we have any information helpful to others, we will gladly share.Some of the earlier ancestor information may not be supplemented with source data. If other family researchers can verify or debunk any of the conclusions or information contained in these pages, please contact us with corrections or additional information.
The experience of researching and examining our family roots has already paid off for us, with remarkable and amazing results! We have found new relatives, and renewed relations with old or forgotten ones.
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- Albert Wesley Rummans (18 KB)
Al as a young man, possibly in mid-20's, which would be around 1915, possibly when he was married to Cleo Pemberton.
- Mack Lewis Rummans (11 KB)
Mack Rummans, the older brother of Albert Wesley, as a young man when he was a mail carrier in Columbia, MO.
- Albert Marshall (35 KB)
This photo of Albert Marshall Rummans shows him in the bakery he operated in Columbia, MO.He is the man (center left) next to the counter.The boy on far left (with cap)may be Mack Rummans, Marshall's oldest son (the same boy is in 2 different photo's).This photo was found on 2/3/2001 at my Mothers house.
- Columbia Storefront (12 KB)
This line up of men in front of a building identified as Columbia Drug includes Albert Marshall and the young boy tentativly indentified as his son, Mack.
- Ruth Combe (21 KB)
Ruth Combe was the wife of Mack Lewis Rummans, Sr.This photo was taken in about 1949/50.
- Anna Lois Mark (9 KB)
This is Anna Lois Mark, on Easter Sunday, 1930, age 24.Lois was the wife of Albert Wesley (AW) Rummans from 1930 to his death in 1979.