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 Knarr   Herrick   Downs   Kestle   Ault   Kintner   Lehman   Hane   Hornish   Engle
Royer   Credlebaugh    Wolff    Beery  
Erbaugh   Stull   Minnich   Hay   Coblentz
Conrad   Rich   Bolinger  



At Kestle reunion? Ethel Byers was the oldest daughter of Barbara Herrick. Barbara Herrick, sitting. Raymond Mattix standing. Ethel (Bertha) beside Raymond. Child is Raymond's.
Barbara Kestle Herrick and her children. Children: Ethel, Hulda, Bill, John, Mary, Mazie, Nelle. Barbara Herrick and Mary McGoughlin were sisters; sister Mary had a son who worked on the railroad.
Henry Baumann, Mazie, Arthur.
Sisters Hulda Herrick Knarr and Mazie Herrick Baumann.
  Bill Herrick, brother to Hulda (Herrick) Knarr. Bill was a barber in Wabash, then moved to Liberty Mills and was the janitor at Manchester High School. When Richard attended Manchester College, Uncle Bill was living in Liberty Mills. Richard recalls that he got a haircut occasionally from his uncle.
  Bill Herrick in garden, Wabash, Indiana. 
  Group of quilting ladies of the Pulaski Presbyterian church. About 1915.
Back row: Beth Sanders, Ida Needham, Mrs. Ed. Floyd, -----?, Barbara Herrick, Mrs. Frank Good, Letta Washburn, Eva Paul.
Middle Row: Josephine Ent, Pearl Fitz, Madge Shaw, Eva Harpster, Ida Brown.
Bottom row: Ida Rowles, May March and Mellie Blew. 
  Group of ladies on steps of the Pulaski Presbyterian Church. Stained glass windows on right. Barbara Herrick in back row. Today Harold Budd, Richard's cousin, attends this church.
Ben Herrick Lived in Winamac and ran a livery. He had one of the first autos, and hauled people from the train to hotels, also high school teams, etc. According to Richard, there was another Ben Herrick, who lived southeast of Pulaski. Dr. Herrick of Akron was from the latter Ben Herrick line.