The document above shows a transaction of land between John Adam Pabst and his son Rudolph Pabst. Source: Osnabruck Township Papers
This a picture of the Jacob John Poaps headstone in the Waterdown Cemetery in Lunenburg, Ontario. It has since been replaced as the original stone collapsed. (see picture below) of new stone.
This is a picture of my Grandmother ( Ida Mae Poaps (Smiley)
The PAPST Coat of Arms.
The PABST Coat of Arms
Willis United Church, North Lunenburg, Ontario
This church has been torn down and I understand that the lumber from the old church was used to make cabins at a Scout camp.
Waterdown Cemetery located near Lunenburg, Ontario. You will notice a lot of the stones have fallen over due to age and the condition of the ground. This past August 2002 at the Poaps family reunion it really made me sad to see the condition of the gravestones of our relatives. The following pictures are also from the Waterdown Cemetery.
As you can see with the picture above some grave stones that had fallen over and were dumped behind the fence.
This is the new stone for Jacob John Poaps who was Reeve at Osnabruck Center. See old stone at the top of the page I managed to see it in 1979. A year later it had fallen.
These 2 pictures below are the headstone of John F. Poapst and his family. The stone was moved from the Poapst homestad to Willis United Cemetery by Garret Poapst (deceased) .