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romigc1_50th_thumb.jpg (11831 bytes) 1984 -- 50th wedding anniversary photo of Clifford Carl Romig and Edna Marguerite (Tilley) Romig.

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kearnswe_thumb.jpg (9323 bytes) 1996 -- 50th wedding anniversary photo of Wayne E. and Evelyn Faye (Romig) Kearns.

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romig_house-clara_thumb.jpg (9231 bytes) 1914 -- Pictured from left are Wesley Houser (Clifford Romig’s step-grandfather), a young Don Romig, his father George Washington Romig, and Archie Herman Romig (brothers). The horses on Archie’s team at the right are Bill and Fred. The crew is digging a foundation for a house (which still stands in Barberton, Ohio) for George and Archie’s sister, Clara (Romig) Berlein.

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romig_house-hazlewood_thumb.jpg (6376 bytes) Circa 1885 -- The Romig farmhouse, which still stands across from Hazelwood School in Barberton, Summit Co., Ohio, was built on many acres that now include Rolling Acres Mall and Greenlawn Cemetery. Members of the Romig family pictured from left are children Charles, George, Hiram, Clara, Emma; and parents Mary (Good) Romig and Isaac Romig, who stands beside his youngest child, Archie Herman. If you look closely, you can make out chickens (at right), which wouldn’t hold still for the long exposure photograph; as well as a child’s hobby horse on the porch.

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romig_house-oakwood_thumb.jpg (6810 bytes) Circa 1910 -- This house at 97 Oakwood Street in Barberton, Summit Co., Ohio, is still standing. It was originally built on the same property as the Romig farmhouse, which also still stands (across the street from Hazelwood School), but was later moved to its Oakwood location. Pictured are Archie Herman Romig (at left), wife Annie (Lehman) Romig (at right), and their first child Clifford Carl Romig.

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romigah1_thumb.jpg (4580 bytes) Circa 1896 -- Archie Herman Romig, youngest son of Isaac Romig.

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romigi1_thumb.jpg (6105 bytes) Circa 1900 -- Isaac Romig, son of Josias (aka Jesse Isaiah) Romig.

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romigji1_thumb.jpg (6003 bytes) Circa 1860 -- A tintype of Josias (aka Jesse Isaiah) Romig.

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romigcc3_thumb.jpg (5737 bytes) Circa 1920 -- Clifford Carl Romig was a member of the Barberton High School football team in Barberton, Summit Co., Ohio.

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romigcc4_thumb.jpg (6153 bytes) 1902 -- Clifford Carl Romig. son of Archie Herman and Annie (Lehman) Romig, pictured shortly after his birth.

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