Monday, November 19, 2012


 Guy Liskum age 24 and Lillian Bowers Liskum, age 21
 Lillian Bowers Graduation Picture 1904.
 The Liskums lived on this farm property in the 1920s.
Lillian Liskum with her chickens at the Middleville Farm on Yankee Springs Rd. in 1929

These photos appear larger than the space on the page. To view the entire image, click on the lower
right corner of the picture. I do not know if these can be printed in full format size. Let me know if
you have trouble.
The Liskums lived south of Grand Rapids Michigan in the 1920s. Both of them worked in Grand Rapids to help them to make payments on their property. Guy worked at Luce Furniture Factory,
and Lillian worked as a janitoress near there for a time. They lost their farm around 1930 after the
stock market crash of '29.  They rented a house at Pleasant Lake north of Kingsley in the 1930s.

Some of these photographs came from Lillian's collection and some from Ava Babcock's scrapbooks
like the one above. The two of them often collaborated on collecting family tree information. None of these mentioned the name of the photographer.

These photographs are the copy right ©of  the relatives and descendants of the Bowers family lineage.     

Wednesday, November 14, 2012


 Emma Fewless

 Esther Fewless and Grand Daughter

 George Fewless, Roy, Glen and Esther Fewless
 The Fewless Family Home

There are many family photographs in my collection. I would like these to be available to family members who share our common ancestry. Some photos are not named as they may still be living persons. None are dated. I do not know the photographers who recorded them. They must be placed on this site as jpg files, from my computer. I have had good luck printing them out with a good printer and good paper, and hope relatives will also. Please try to navigate this site, as there are many useful bits of information under the Labels of old posts, and also in the Pages.

Written information is the copyright © of Ruth Zachary. Photographers of images are unknown but belong to members of the Fewless Family and their relatives.