2010 Reunion



Harlan Stories

The Harlan Family of which we are part has a great web page. Some of their stories are at this site.



And our GGG Grandfather served in the Illinois Legislature with Abraham Lincoln.


His son, our GGGrandfather, immigrated to Iowa and fought in the Civil War.



Erickson Reunion July 2011

L to R  Dana, Cherste, Lloyd, Roland, Cheryl, Noel, Gene

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Steve Kuo

I'm sure that I've forgotten some, and I'll send out a normal email soon. Here is the link for pictures. They are 100% unedited at this time, but they are all up. They are password protected and the password is "Erikson". At this time there are 755 pictures. I'll crop them down a bit and will go through an touch up some, but certainly not all. If you see one that you like, let me know and I can touch it up, easily enough.
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James C. Chapin

Our Great Great Uncle was Corporal James C. Chapin who enlisted in 
G Company, 15th Iowa Volunteer Infantry Regiment for the Civil War
on October 26, 1861. They fought at Shiloh, Vicksburg, and Atlanta 
as part of the Army of the Tennessee.  He was veteranized 
(reenlisted) in December 6, 1863, and promoted to Corporal. He was 
wounded at Kensaw Mountain, Georgia, on June 27, 1864. He died 
of his wounds on July 24, 1864 and is buried in Rome, Georgia.

Read more about him and the battles his Regiment fought at:


Louise and Clif Hullinger 65th Anniversary

Clif and Louise - Let Them Eat Cake

Louise, Clif, and Scott Hullinger

left to right  
Shane, B__, Anne. Craig, Beth, Alex, Erik, Barbara, Krystina, Scott
Louise and Clif 

The party

Craig, Clif, Scott

Thanks to Barbara Hullinger

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