FC: Our Family History | "Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow."
1: Great Grandparents of Mrs. Janet Wagner Byrne
2: Great Grandparents | Grandparents | Parents | Janet Marie Wagner | Dorothy Paulene Landrum | Raymond James Wagner Jr. | William Isom Landrum | Alma Gertrude Taylor | William Riley Landrum Ellen Leona Colbath | Genevieve Annetta Carpenter | Raymond James Wagner Sr. | Steven L. Taylor Miranda A. Hannah | Joseph H. Carpenter Josephene Gamasche | Amiel G. Wagner Mary Hart
3: Like branches on a tree, our lives may grow in different directions yet our roots remain as one. | Grandma & Grandpa Landrum Grandma died when Pauline was 6 mo. old Grandpa raised three children by himself
4: Greatgrandma Laundrum Helped raise Pauline and her two older brothers She was small in stature but strong in spirit. This grandma pulled up floor boards to kill indians trying to get in the house. Pauline grew up to be just as strong as her beloved grandma Ellen Colbath.
5: State Chamionship Basketball Team. Pauline is the third girl from the right she play guard because she was so small. | Pauline's class in Grandfield Oklahoma She is second from the left on the bottom
6: When you look at your life, the greatest happinesses are family happinesses. ~Joyce Brothers | Ray Jr. & His Aunt Rose | Raymond J. Wagner Sr. | Ray Jr.delivering the St. Louis Post
7: Genivieve Carpenter Wagner | Ray Jr's. 1st Communion
8: Raymond Wagner 8th Grade Class at St. Rita's Top row to the left of the priest
11: Dorothy Pauline Landrum met Raymond James Wagner while he was stationed in Fredrick Oklahoma during WWII
12: Ray (also known ad Duke) and Dorothy (also known as Pete) fell in love during WWII. They started out dating each other's best friend, the two G.I's switched dates and then both couples fell in love and later married.
13: Dorothy Pauline Landrum Rt. 2 Box 34 Granfield Oklahoma
14: From Left to Right Raymond J. Wagner Sr. my grandfather Raymond J. Wagner Jr. my father Mary Hart Wagner my greatgrandmother Genevieve Carpenter Wagner my grandmother Baby Janet Marie Wagner
15: The first grand-daughter and great-grand-daughter on the Wagner's Side | Janet Marie Wagner October 21, 1959 7lbs 4oz 20 19 in St. Johns Mercy Hospital St. Louis Missouri | Jan's Christening St. Mary's Catholic Church God Parents Don & Sis Schene
16: Always wanted to be outside | Janet Wagner - Age 3 Phoenix Arizona Miss Pixy Pinup J.C. Penny | Climbed Trees to pick apples | Daddy taught her how to ice-skate at age 4 | Loved to Fish | Went to Stock Car Races with daddy | Played with baby dolls
17: Great Grandfather | Chased "Horny Toads" spiked lizards around the yard in Phoenix | San Antonio Texas "1961: Visiting Grandma Gen, Aunt Netta and cousins | Kindergarten Class "1964" Teacher Mrs. Munster Field Trip to Grants Farm | Loved all animals Sat in the yard and talked to bird
18: Janet Wagner & Bob Byrne | High School Played Varsity Softball & Volleyball at both Hazelwood West & North Tech Newspaper & Yearbook staff Active in CYC at Our Lady of Mercy School, District & State VICA President St. Louis County Youth Leadership Award
20: Married September 12, 1981
21: Our Wedding | Our joy will be more complete if you can share in the marriage of our daughter, Janet Marie Wagner to Robert A. Byrne Jr Saturday, September 12, 1981 two in the afternoon Our Lady of Mercy Catholic Church | The key to happiness is finding the right person to share your life with
22: Bachelor of Science in Education University of Missouri St. Louis 1996 | 1st Class 4th Grade St. Joseph Catholic School Cottleville, Missouri
23: 1st Classroom Room # 4 - St. Joseph Catholic School | My mom & dad took these pictures they were so proud that i became a teacher 1st one in my family to graduate college
25: My greatest accomplishments are my 3 children | Patrick Michael Byrne May 16, 1982 Sean Thomas Byrne August 15, 1986 Kathryn Maureen Byrne March 12, 1990
26: Patrick & Amber Byrne October 27, 2007 | Sean & Amanda Byrne January 8, 2011
27: Like branches on a tree, our lives may grow in different directions yet our roots remain as one. | With God's Grace May the Heritage Continue For many generations to come | Katie Byrne & Nick Dirnberger | Bob & Janet Byrne and Family October 21, 2010