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Photographs courtesy of Erica (Lang) Wangler, Bismarck, North Dakota


Playing house on the Theodore & Louise ‘Gums’ Lang farm home. Photo taken March 1948 at the Christian and Christina Roesler homestead. Pictured are Bernadine Betty Lang and Theodora Elizabeth Lang.

Phillip and Elizabeth ‘Maier’ Gums pictured with their son Edward Gums.

Theodore and Louise Gums Lang on their 25th wedding anniversary.

Theodore and Louise Gums Lang on their 50th wedding anniversary.


Fred and Rosina Roesch Lang. Back row: August Wanner, Theodore Lang, Fred Lang, Adella Lang Haibeck, Rose Roesch Lang and Louise Gums Lang (holding watermelon). Front row: Gilbert Lang, Myrle Phillip Lang, Laura Lang Marquart, Gertrude Lang Learn, and Rose Lang Sylling (overalls).

Theodore and Louise Gums Lang Farm-Taken 1962

Planting the Prairie Garden “Bestand”. Bernadine Lang Kuhn on the left, Theodora Lang Roth on the horse, and Theodore Lang operating the plow.

Taken in 1944, Left to Right: Louise Gums Lang, Roselia Gums Lang, Edward Gums, Lillie Gums Wanner, Elizabeth Maier Gums.

Phillip and Elizabeth ‘Maier’ Gums with Edward Gums in Gueldendorf – South Russia.

Theodore Lang and family stacking hay in 1967.

Geese on the Theodore and Louise ‘Gums’ Lang farm in 1962

Elizabeth ‘Maier’ Gums’ 79th birthday. DOB: Nov. 2, 1886-Gueldendorf South Russia DEC: Oct. 21, 1966.

Wallace Lang and Edward Gums

 

Karl and Elizabeth Lang, Summer kitchen in background built in 1908.

Rosina Roesch Lang DOB: Dec. 24, 1897 DEC: April 5, 1993 holding Theodore Lang DOB: Oct. 17, 1916.

Louise Gums Lang’s Ammonia cookies. Taken in 1964 on the farmhouse in Rural Tappen North Dakota.

Christian and Christina Roesler Homestead site. They homesteaded in 1906. Theodore and Louise Gums Lang owned the farm from 1941-1985.

The Karl and Elizabeth Humann Lang Homestead sod house built in 1908 in Rural Tappen North Dakota. Pictured are Arlyn and Roberta Lang in 1987.

Elizabeth Humann Lang and Karl Lang. Great paternal grandparents to Bernadine Lang Kuhn and Erica Lang Wangler.

Theodore Lang’s immediate family circa 1950: (back row, left to right) brother R. Clarence Lang, Theodore, sister Adella Lang (Haibeck), sister Ellena Lang (Wanner), and brother Leo Lang. (front row) [seated] sister Rose Lang (Sylling), father Fred Lang, sister Gertrude Lang (Learn), mother Rose Lang, brother Gilbert Lang, and [seated] sister Laura Lang (Marquart).

Louise Lang [nee Gums] (Theodore’s wife) circa 1937

Theodore and Louise Lang shortly after their wedding; January 1939.

Theodore and Louise Lang in the early 1940’s

Theodore Lang circa 1937

Recent photo taken at the wedding of grandchild Gretchen Lang (1998); Theodore Lang’s immediate family: (left to right) Theodora Roth, Myrle Lang, Theodore, Bernadine Kuhn, Arlyn Lang, Erica Wangler, and Wallace Lang

Theodore Lang’s brothers and sisters at the funeral of their mother Rose Lang: (back row, left to right) Leo Lang, Gilbert Lang, R. Clarence Lang, and Theodore. (seated) Rose Sylling, Gertrude Learn, and Laura Marquart. (1993)

The Theodore Lang family at ther 50th wedding anniversary. (back row left to right) son Myrle Lang, daughter Theodora Roth, son Wallace Lang, daughter, Bernadine Kuhn, son Arlyn Lang, and daughter Erica Wangler (seated) Louise and Theodore 1988

Theodore and Louise Lang at their 40th wedding anniversary surrounded by their grandchildren. (Clockwise from bottom left) Kevin Wangler, Gretchen Lang, Brenda Kuhn, Chad Roth, Natalie Roth, John Kuhn, and Tyson Roth. Seated on Theodore’s lap, Tonya Lang. 1978.

A recent photo of Theodore Lang taken in 1997

Theodore and Louise Lang at their 40th wedding anniversary 1978

Theodore and Louise at their 40th wedding anniversary 1978

Rosina “Rose” Roesch Lang
DOB: Dec 24, 1897
Died: April 5, 1993

Rosina “Rose” Roesch Lang
DOB: Dec 24, 1897
Died: April 5, 1993

Fred Lang
DOB: October 28, 1893
Died: June 23, 1974
Rosina “Rose” Roesch Lang
DOB: December 24, 1897
Died: April 5, 1993

Fred Lang & Rosina “Rose” Roesch
Dec. 30, 1915 Marriage Photo

The Lang Family harvesting durum wheat (binding bundles of wheat) in Kidder County in Rural Tappen North Dakota in the early 1940’s

Four generation photo (left to right) 1. Christian Roesler DOB: 10-11-1874 Died 4-11-1953 Stepfather to Rosina Roesch Lang. 2. Rosina “Rose” Roesch DOB: Dec. 24, 1897 – Glueckstal Died: April 5, 1993. 3 Theodore Lang DOB: October 17, 1916 in rural Tappen, ND. 4. Myrle Phillip Lang DOB: July 16, 1939 in rural Tappen, ND.

Half sisters born in Glueckstal, Russia. Rosina “Rose” Roesch Lang DOB: December 24, 1897 Died: April 5, 1993 and Christina Roesler DOB: November 14, 1899 Died: April 30, 1957.

Fred and Rosina Lang’s children playing with a billy goat harnessed to a cart. (Left to Right) 1 Ellena Lang Wanner DOB: Aug 7, 1920 Died: October 5, 1987. 2. Reuben C. Lang DOB: January 1, 1925. 3. Edwin Lang DOB: August 18, 1922 Died: September 28, 1931 4. Adella F. Lang Haibeck DOB: April 7, 1929 Died: October 20, 1969.

Christian and Christina “Rott” Roesler homestead barn, 1912 in rural Tappen, North Dakota

Christian and Christina “Rott” Roesler homestead house, 1912 in rural Tappen, North Dakota

Karl and Elizabeth Lang, Married on May 16, 1874 in Bessarabia-Friedenstal, Russia.

Johann Roesch Jr. and Christina Rott Roesch Roesler, Approximately 1896 in Glueckstal, Russia.

Wedding Photo of Fred and Rosina Roesch Lang. Married December 30, 1915 in Steele, North Dakota.

 

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