S: The Emlich Family Tree 2016
BC: Donna Mae Emlich Smith DNA Analysis Europe 98% Scandinavia 20 % Ireland 18% Great Britain 16 % Europe East 12 @ Iberian Peninsula (Spain/Portugal) 12% Europe West 11 % Italy/Greece 7% Trace Regions 2 % Source: Ancestry.com 2014
1: August 16, 1941 Justin Norton Emlich a.k.a. Justin Epifanio Faes married Lillian May Howland | L to R: Marvin Snell, Edna May Ferguson, Samuel Emlich, Vivian Purves, Lillian Howland, Justin Emlich, William Purves, Leonard Tuxill,
2: Lucia and Costante Faes parents of Epifanio Faes; Grandparents to Justin E. Fais-Emlich Lodrone, Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy | Justin Emlich's paternal grandparents
3: Epifanio Faes (standing), Justin, Mary Emma, and Bruno Giordano Faes. circa 1918 | Justin Emlich with his parents and brother
4: A Harvest of Memories | Ariel view of the Faes homestead. Epifanio (nephew/namesake) at the grave of his sister Terisina. 2006 | Our Italian Heritage | 4 Novembre, Lodrone, Italy
5: The Faes Homestead in Lodrone, Italy, 2006 Top: Carmella doing weekly laundry. Entry way of home; second floor is the living area; top floor sleeping areas, and bottom floor summer kitchen and food storage along with wine-making equipment.
6: Samuel Monroe Harris Wed to Negara Jane Yoakum April 21, 1891 Campbell County, Tennessee | Mary Emma Harris Thomas Anderson Epifanio Faes "Jack" Norton Emlich Harry Cratsley Eldest daughter 21 Feb. 1908 22 July 1910 16 March 1921 7 August 1979 | Marriages of Mary Emma Harris | No Picture Available | 27 Oct 1867 in Clayborn County, Tennessee 8 August 1948, Warner's New York | 2- May, 1865, Wentworth, North Carolina 22 July, !940, Warners, New York | Spouses of Mary Emma Harris | Justin Emlich's Maternal Grandparents
7: Emma 1892-1986 | Ollie Bell 1899-1982 | Myrtle "Teddy" 1904-1988 | Harmon 1902-1979 | Annie 1893-1911 | Justin Faes 1911 - 2000 | Sam Faes 1914 - 2001 | Harris Family Bible | The fHarris children that lived beyond early childhood Teddy, Ollie, Harmon, Emma
8: Justin Norton (Faes) Emlich June 28, 1911 to November 3, 2000 | Justin and Sam with Grandma Jennie c 1920 | Justin, Emma, Sam, Harmon
9: 1946 Justin, Lillian, Karen, Donna 1951 Karen, Justin, Lillian, Donna | The Elyria, Ohio house-- Murray Ridge Road | Holy Trinity Episcopal Church,, Fruitland, Florida | 1971
10: Uncle and family Samuel Monroe (Faes) Emlich Veronica Mountain Emlich Sam Emlich Cheryl Emlich Gerald Emlich Cathlene Morrison Emlich Jessica Emlich
11: Kenneth Thurston Cheryl Emlich Thurston Mark Joquim Jessica Emlich Joquim Gerald Emlich Donna Emlich Smith | 27 May 2009
12: Laura Louise Vreeland and Frank Howland married October 6, 1894 | Lillian May Howland''s Paternal Grandparents
13: Kilburn and Samantha Vreeland Leah and LeRoy with their mother and their eleven children Laura Howland c 1940 Lillian's Great Grandparents | Leah, Earl, and LeRoy Howland c 1908 Children of Laura and Frank Howland. A fourth child, Hellen, died in infancy LeRoy became Lillian's father.
14: Mary Alice Lewis Fitch Smith, Lillian's Maternal Grandmother | Mabel May Smith Howland | LeRoy Franklin Howland | Leah, Mabel, and Lillian Howland, circa 1920 | Mabel, circa1973 | Henry George Smith Lillian's Maternal Grandather
15: The Howland home on River Road, Brewerton, New York | The Oneida River was across the road. We would go boating and fishing on the river. | Mabel Smith was born here. | LeRoy and Mabel Howland lived here.
16: Lillian May Howland Emlich April 6, 1916 - July 3, 2006 | Mabel Howland and daughter Lillian May 1916 | Lillian with Grandpa Frank Howland 1929 | Studied to become a nurse but never graduated
17: le | Ready for her honeymoon, 16 August 1941 | Dancing for the Cauldren circa 1950 | Lillian and Tigger at Disney World, 1995
18: Aunt Leah and Uncle Arch Edwards were like a third set of grandparents. Karen and Donna(one at a time) would stay at their house when visiting Syracuse because all of the grandparents worked. Uncle Arch and Karen would go on excursions; Aunt Leah and Donna would watch soap operas. | 114 Merrill Street Syracuse, New York | Leah Jeanette Howland Edwards and Archelaus Oliver Edwards circa 1960
19: Arch loved his flowers | On our way to Santa Claus Town in the White Face Mountain, NY | Arch's Navy dog tag. His finger print is on the reverse side c. 1920 | Donna Mae, Uncle Arch, and Karen Lew
20: Lewis and Karen Gasser and family | Donna Mae Emlich/ Daniel Smith and family | Teresa Dryden and Jason Smith December 19, 1998 | Sammie and Paulie | Diana | Laura | Rachael | Donna and Daniel Smith September 6, 1969
21: Earl and Karen Johnson March 28, 2004 | Sarah and Jason Frederick December 31, 2002 | Rick and Diana Nader May 24, 2013 | Rachael and Jason Hall May 10,, 2003 | Lillian, Jonas, Evelyn, Josephine Easter 2016
23: October 2009 Storo, Italy This statue was dedicated by the townspeople to honor the Italians who left Italy to go to the Americas, taking their talents and dreams to other countries. We are all immigrants to this world. We are here by God's grace to use our talents and dreams to make the world better for the next generation. Donna Mae Emlich Smith 2012