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Gutzman Family of Petawawa Photos ca. 1867-present


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Portrait of Albertina and Johann Gutzmann 
Image  circa 1860  Black and white portrait of a man and a woman. The woman is in a long skirt, wearing a kerchief or bonnet on her hand. The man is dressed in a long coat and has his left hand resting on a chair. This portrait is of Albertina and Johann Gutzmann (d. 1860) and was taken in Pommerania, a province...
Paul and Caroline Dannhauer Portrait 
Image  1895  Black and white portrait of a bearded man and a woman in an oval, gilt, wooden frame. The people depicted in this photograph are Paul Dannhauer and his wife, Caroline Dannhauer (nee Gutzman). In 1867 they homesteaded on Black Bay Road, beside St. John's Lutheran Church. They were accompanied by...
Gutzman Homestead 
Image  1900  Two men dressed in black suits with black hats, standing in front of wooden house. The man on the right is identified as a member of the Heinze Family. The original homestead on Black Bay Road, Petawawa was located next to St. John's Lutheran Church. The original family homestead was built in...
Deed Of Land: Paul Dannhauer and Wife to August Gutzman 1895 
Text  Nov. 23, 1895  Deed of Land describing the transfer of a parcel of land from Paul and Carolina Dannhauer to August Gutzmann. Witnessed and aided by Delahaye and Reeves, Barristers out of Pembroke, ON. This deed is for the land referred to as the Gutzmann homestead, a log home once located on Black Bay Road in...
Family in front of Log Cabin 
Image  1915  This picture depicts a family of seven, posed in front of a log cabin. Individuals are identified as members of the Gutzman Family, from left to right; William (standing), Amy, August (seated, the patriarch), Alfred, Flora, Edgar, Fredericke (seated, the Matriarch), and Elizabeth (holding Jerry). ...
Gutzman Family River Farm 
ImageMysteries:    This photograph depicts a white house, with trees in the left foreground and a cedar rail fence in the the right foreground. This house, built in the 1890s, and its many outbuildings was the original home of Carl and Amelia Gutzman, and was commonly known as the River Farm. It was later purchased...
Family Portrait at River Farm 
Image  1910,   This photograph depicts a family portrait of men, women and children in front of a home. From left to right, back row: Reinholdt Gutzman, Carl Jr. Gutzman, Ada Gutzman, Gustav August Gutzman, Emil Edward Heinze with baby Ada, Wilhelmina Michel with Freda Gertrude, Emil Michel with Edgar Michel,...
Family Portrait at River Farm 
Image  1910,   This photograph depicts a family portrait of men, women and children in front of a home. Back Row: Reinholdt Gutzman, Carl Jr. Gutzman, Ada Gutzman, Gustav August Gutzman, Emil Edward Heinze (with baby Ada, Emil Michel, William P. Gutzman (with Baby Alfred) Middle Row: Carl Sr. Gutzman, Emilia...
Mrs. August Gutzman and Spinning Wheel 
Image  Pre-1939  A woman in a light coloured dress is seated outside, working on a spinning wheel. The woman is Mrs. August Gutzman, nee Frederika Heinze. This spinning wheel was a tool brought over by the Gutzmann family in the 1860s when they immigrated to Canada from Pommerania (Prussia).
Gutzman River Home 
Image  1921  This photograph depicts a white house, with a shed in the background. There are six people posing in front of the building. This house and out buildings, located on Gutzman Road below the hill, was built for Carl and Amelia Gutzman as a retirement home. This picture was taken in 1921, all of the...
Marriage Certificate Carl Gutzmann and Emilie (Emilia) Lindemann 
Text  April 13, 1877  This certificate is for the marriage of Carl Gutzmann to Emilie Lindemann, 1877. The page is bordered by a filigreed design, with symbols in each corner. The information of the certificate is written in black ink inside a red oval. There is a red seal at the lower centre portion of the...
Emilia and Carl Gutzman at Retirement Home 
ImageMysteries:    In this photograph a man and woman are standing in front of the steps and a wooden door of a stucco house. The couple is identified as Emilia and Carl Gutzman. This home was considered to be their retirement home and it was located on Gutzman Road, by the Ottawa River. The building no longer...
Carl Gutzman 
Text  Pembroke Daily Observer, 1930, Unknown  This news clipping describes the death and funeral proceedings of Carl Gutzman of Petawawa, ON.
Mrs. August Gutzman. 
Text  Pembroke Daily Observer, 1939, Unknown  This news clipping describes the death and funeral proceedings of Mrs. August Gutzman of Petawawa, ON.
Petawawa Township Woman Dies at Home 
Text  Pembroke Daily Observer, June 12, 1931, Unknown  This news clipping describes the death and funeral proceedings of Mrs. Charles Gutzman (nee Amelia Lindemann) of Petawawa, ON.
Gutzman master ice cream maker 
TextMysteries:  Pembroke Daily Observer, Unknown  This news clipping documents the life of Alfred Gutzman. It specifically focuses on memories of him as an expert ice cream maker and relies on the recollections of his wife, Lena. There are descriptions of life in Petawawa and how it has changed over the years.
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Gutzman Family of Petawawa Photos ca. 1867-present


The Gutzman family represents some of the earliest settlers of the Petawawa area, beginning in 1867. This is a collection of family photos dating from 1867 to the present.