- Edward Edmund Wenger and David Albert Wenger 1904 (25 KB)
E.E. Wenger, son of Samuel and Nannetta Beck Wenger, immigrants from Blumenstein, Bern, Switzerland, was the first Wenger of this line born in the United States.This endearing photograph is of E.E., my great grandfather, and his first grandchild, my father, David, son of Frederick and Pearl Mackey Wenger.
- Frederick Samuel Wenger, c 1895 (17 KB)
My grandfather, Fred S., as he called himself.He was the oldest son of E.E. and Anna Meyer Wenger.This is probably a Port Clinton High School graduation photo taken around 1896.
- Pearl Lettie Mackey, c. 1898 (11 KB)
This picture of my grandmother Pearl was probably her graduation photo.She was a tiny and lovely young woman, under 5" and 100 lbs.Her Scottish heritage is evident in her coloring and features.She is a decendant of the Mackeys and McRitchies.
- Anna C. Meyer Wenger 1944 (20 KB)
My great grandmother "Grammie" lived until 1944 in her home at 124 Madison Street, which eventually was in the middle of downtown Port Clinton,a few doors down from the Island House.She was of German descent and was born in Danbury Township, Ottawa County, Ohio.
- Wedding of David Wenger and Margaret Mulligan 1934 (6 KB)
My parents, David Albert Wenger and Margaret Mary Mulligan, May 1934.
- The Wenger Brothers, 1904 (52 KB)
Edward, August, Frederick and Alfred Wenger, sons of Samuel and Nanetta Beck Wenger, were the first of this Swiss Wenger line to be born in America.