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The Andrew and Mary Schmidt Johs Farm, South of Napoleon, Logan County, North Dakota, 1980
The original John and Theresia Duttenhoffer Schmidt sodhouse standing near Napoleon, ND, 1962. They homesteaded on this farm in 1902. Today Pius Schmidt lives on the farmstead, a grandson.
John and Theresia Duttenhoffer Schmidt Family, about 1913 Standing (l-r): John, Anton, father John Schmidt, Julia, Michael, Clara, Martin and Joseph; sitting (l-r): Theresa, Wendelin, mother Theresa Duttenhoffer Schmidt, and Vincent
Michael and Barbara Pfliger Schwartzenberger with children (l-r) Thomas, Michael, Johanna, Sebastian and Charles, no date
Sitting is Helen Malsom, grandmother of Andrew Johs (interviewee); other persons unknown, no date. Helen Malsom was married to Andrew Johs Sr.
John J. and Johanna Schwartzenberger Johs Family raised thirteen children. Back row (l-r): Sebastian, father John J. Johs, mother Johanna Schwartzenberger Johs, Barbara and Helen; front row (l-r): Carl, Andrew (interviewee) and Mary, photo taken about 1915
Standing (l-r): Adam, Carl, Sebastian, Andrew and John; sitting (l-r): Johanna Horner, Helen Leier, mother Johanna Schwartzenberger Johs, Barbara Becker and Mary Ann Weigel, 1962
Andrew and Mary Schmidt Johs Family, 1981, Standing (l-r): Myron, Leo, Albert, Perry, Joseph, Martin and Hilbert; sitting (l-r): Viola Leier, mother Mary Schmidt Johs, father Andrew Johs and Marcella Feist

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