- Grave of John William Tarno (13 KB)
Final resting place of John William Tarno son of Henry Frederick William Tarnow. After 76 yrs this marker was placed here courtesy of Geneva Tharpe, Dan L Tarno, Verna Tarno Bridges, Mary K Jones, Connie Rushing and others.
- Paulus Tarnovious 1633 (20 KB)
This artists' painting is the earliest known portrait of any of the Tarnow family.Paulus was a theologian at Rostock University, Rostock, Germany and, following in the path of Martin Luther, caused no small stir in the ranks of religious opinion.
- Henry Frederick William and Nancy Sheffield Tarnow (147 KB)
- Ernest Tarno Family 1940s (71 KB)
My grandparents, Ernest & Myrtle Tarno with their children.
- The Tarno Crest (10 KB)
This was sent to me by a man claiming to be Christian Tarnow living in Germany. I have triedwithout success to find him again.
- John William Tarno & Family (39 KB)
John William,wife Donnie Isabella, Evie, Esther, Elbert, Ernest, Harles Lee
- Private Henry F. Tarnow (10 KB)
Henry Frederick Tarno enlisted in Atchison, Kansas Sept.5, 1862 seven days after Lincolns Emancipation Proclamation. On Sept. 30 his 13th Regiment, Company k, Infantry fought the battle of Newtonia. 245 of his comrades died there.Henry enlisted in Alton, Illinois in Co.E, 144th Infantry on August 23, 1864 and served the Union army until July 14, 1865. His unit spent the entire year guarding St. Louis, Missouri.
- Dan Lynn Tarno (76 KB)
Reverend Dan L. Tarno had heard only rumors abouthis ancestry until the internet came along. Suddenly family records and photos began to pourin from around the world.Dan has now seen pictures of great great grandparents which even his father and grandfather never saw in their lifetime.