A picture’s worth a thousand words – so here are photos spanning 7 GENERATIONS OF JUNIONS!
1st Generation Lambert married Marie Julinne Raison (they had four children). In 1856, the Junion’s left Belgium for America, sailing on Vessel Colorek with their eldest, Xavier (age 12). They settled in the Luxemburg Township in 1868. Our photo album begins with Xavier & Josephine Junion (2nd generation) and their 11 children (3rd gen.)!
Mr. & Mrs. Xavier Junion with their 11 children (2nd & 3rd generations) Back Row (L to R) Joseph Junion, Clementine (Junion) Moreau, John Junion, Josephine (Junion) DeBaker, Fabian Junion, Adele (Junion) Wery, Norris Junion Front Row (L to R): Louise (Junion) Joniaux, Xavier Junion, Josephine (Mottard) Junion, Theophile Junion, Mary (Junion) Joniaux, Charles Junion
Xavier & Josephine Junion (2nd Generation Junion Homestead Farm) – at age 12 Xavier came with his parents from Belgium, sailing on the Vessel Colorek to America
“Ye Olde Tractors” – Jim & Barney were the team of horses used for farm work in the pre-tractors era
Joseph & Juliet Junion (3rd generation Junion Homestead Farm)
Lawrence Junion (4th generation Junion Homestead Farm)
Lawrence Junion’s nephew Eben Koss, in front of Lawrence’s 1936 Pontiac
Lawrence & Magdalene Junion Wedding Photo (4th generation Junion Homestead Farm) June 19, 1940
Lawrence & Magdalene Junion (4th Generation)
Lawrence & Magdalene Junion’s wedding party (4th generation Junion Homestead Farm)
Magdalene Junion & her mother Josephine Deprey – Magdalene did much of the fieldwork on 4th generation Junion Homestead Farm as Lawrence worked off the farm
Magdalene Junion with her bridesmaids (4th generation Junion Homestead Farm)