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(1812 - 1917)




 Friedrich Wilhelm Krause - From Germany To The Western Front To The Eastern Front To Taurida and  Molotschna (South Russia)


1914 - 1916


Albert Schreiner: Middle Figure

 Friedrich Wilhelm Krause - From Germany To The Western Front To The Eastern Front To Taurida and  Molotschna (South Russia)


(1917 - c. 1921)

In 1921,the last German soldiers withdrew from Russia.
Maria (
Mariechen) Mietz (Kornelsen) who was married to F. William (Willie) Krause went with them.
At the time, they already had a little son, just a baby, in the travel cradle.

c. 1918 - 1919

Photographer: J. Dürr. [Julius Dürr, Bischofswerda]

Note: Iron Cross Ribbon and Hirschfänger (a hunter dagger)


(c. 1921 - Spring 1928)

While H. William (Bill) Krause (b. March 15, 1921) was an infant, F. William Krause and Maria Mietz (Kornelsen)
Krause travelled with him to Germany, the home of his father's people.

The F. William Krause family  remained 7 years in Germany



"Aunt Mary Kraus " [Aunt Maria Krause]

Maria [Mariechen] "Mietz" Kornelsen

Submitted by Margreta (Kornelsen) Gronski

Note: The Crossed Hammers on the crest appear also as an
"Early Era Jahnsbach Saxony Germany Crossed Hammers Eye Envelope Seal Label"



c. January - February


H. William (Bill) Krause - "Willy" - 10 Months Old

"Zum andenken für unseren Willi wie er 10 Monate alt Kranke war. Willi und Mariechen"
For Willi as a remembrance when he was sick at 10 months old. [signed] Willi and Marie


Date Unknown

H. William (Bill) Krause



On December 25, 1926 Heinrich Wilhelm Krause received the holy baptism at a local church.

Baptism (Taufe) Certification
Christening: Tauf Bescheinigung - Heinrich Wilhelm Krause - December 25, 1926,

Registered February 3, 1928, Bischofswerda


c. 1927

Middle School Bischofswerda

F. William Krause, H. William (Bill) Krause, Maria M. (Kornelsen) Krause
LEONAR 8873 Postcard)
In the background, the Mittelschule Bischofswerda - Middle School, Friedrich August Park, Bischofswerda



F. William Krause, H. William (Bill) Krause, Maria M. (Kornelsen) Krause

Carl Wilhelm Krause [Karl Wilhelm Krause], Anna Luise Krause, and others [Anna Frida Krause, sister of F. William Krause? and her husband? and their child Margaret?]

The background is perhaps the Butterberg bei Bischofswerda / Butter Mountain in Bischofswerda?



H. William (Bill) Krause  - "Willy" - Six Years Old


Post 1927

H. William Krause  - Bill (Willy)
(A note on the back of the picture : " Bill (Willy) My future Husband while in Germany")


  1. On February 3, 1928, the Krause family was in Bischofswerda, Germany

  2. On March 16, 1928, the Krause family left Liverpool on the Montclare

  3. On March 25, 1928, the Krause family arrived in St. John [Saint John], New Brunswick, Canada



Seventh Concession, Wheatley, Ontario [Coatsworth]
Home of Jacob Kornelsen (March 14, 1899, Tiegenhagen, Molotschna - April 10, 1948, Leamington, Ontario)



(1928 - 1938)


c. 1931

H. William (Bill) Krause  - "Willy"


H. William (Bill) Krause  - "Willy"




H. William (Bill) Krause  - "Willy"


c. 1932

F. William Krause

Karl R. Krause - "Rudy" - Maria M. (Kornelsen) Krause


H. William (Bill) Krause  - "Willy"/ Karl R. Krause - "Rudy"

"Fur freunde. Erinnerung
Willy u. Rudy Krause.
 Helen Penner"

(For friends. Reminder to Willy and Rudi Krause [signed] Helen Penner"




Karl R. Krause - "Rudy"

August, 1932


Karl R. Krause - "Rudy" - 11 Months Old [b. September 3, 1931

[August, 1932]

F. William Krause Family - Karl R. Krause - "Rudy"

May 1932

May 1932
Graded Lesson Course - Junior
The United Church Of Canada
Board of Religious Education
Bible Study Certificate

The United Church of Canada Board of Religious Education Bible Study Certificate
This Certifies that William Krause has passed the Bible Study Tests in Graded Lesson Course (Junior) with a grade of 70 percent.
Dated at Toronto, May, 1932. Frank Langford Secretary



February 24, 1933


F. William Krause (January 18, 36 years), Maria M. (Kornelsen) Krause (May 5, 33 years)

Karl R. Krause - "Rudy"

2 Years Old


c. 1934

Mr. Story and Karl R. Krause - "Rudy" - where Maria M. (Kornelsen) Krause worked.

"Mr Story x Rudy  Mom work hier"



Karl R. Krause - "Rudy"

"Rudy" - 3 May, 1934 - 2 Years, 7 Months Old  //  "Rudy" - 11 [September], 1934 - 3 Years Old on 3 [September]


c. 1935

"Willy Rudy"

H. William (Bill) Krause (Rear) and Karl R. Krause (Front) - "Rudy"



July 6, 1935

 July 6, 1935
High School Entrance Certificate

H. William (Bill) Krause



September, 1936

Maria Mietz (Kornelsen) Krause, H. William (Bill) Krause (rear), Karl R. Krause - "Rudy" (centre) and F. William Krause

"Willy 15 years; Rudy 5 Years"


(1938 - 1968)



Krause Ice House

  • The annual harvest of ice is now on at Point Pelee...

Mrs. Leita Girardin of the Girardin Fisheries, seeking a clearer and cleaner ice for summer sale to camp and cottage consumers was compelled to haul the five hundred tons needed to fill the icehouse at the Girardin Fisheries. more than five miles, by truck as the only field of ice of the desired type to be found accessible was located on the East Shore within a mile and half north of the extreme end of the point. The ice is of excellent quality being about fourteen inches in depth. It is expected that W. Krause will fill the house at his fishery just as soon as the Girardins' has been completely filled.

When all houses at Point Pelee have been filled there will be in the neighbourhood of thirteen hundred tons of ice in storage here and it is estimated that three-quarters of this amount is sold during the summer season to campers, cottages and residents of this district ... -The Leamington Post. September 26, 1940 - pg. 4 [Misfiled: This is February 1, 1940, p. 5]



A shower was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Tiessen (parents) for Miss Elizabeth Tiessen to Mr. J. Derckson.
The wedding is to take place at the Mennonite Church, Leamington. At the shower included Mrs. W Krause. -The Leamington Post. April 18, 1940 - pg. 10



"18. April 1942
Ann & Willy

April 18 - Wedding

Annie Mathies and H. William (Bill) Krause

[Photographer: H. A. Dunn, Leamington]



August, 1943

Maria Mietz (Kornelsen) Krause

Mr. and Mrs. Thiessen?, Columbus, Ohio, USA

[Is the lady to the far right Katharina (Tina) Kornelsen (December 5, 1893 [November 23, 1893] -February 2, 1984, Saskatoon,
sister of Heinrich Kornelsen ( April 17, 1876 - 1947), the father of Maria Mietz (Kornelsen) Krause (May 5, 1900 - April 2, 1991
who married Jacob Johann "J. J." Thiessen (1893-1977) )






"Tilbery Fish[ery]"

NOTE: The "Mercury Album Prints" jacket cover has a 1949 copyright date.


c. 1947

H. William (Bill) Krause
(Left Picture) Pound Net Posts To The Rear



"On the way home." (Upper Left)"
"Henry Thiessen on the scow. I [H. William (Bill) Krause] took the picture going home, from driving stakes. " [Upper Right]
"This [lower left] is Fy Henry [.] Tried to get the boat, and Fy stepped in front of camera, on the scow. "

Fishing Enterprise

Maria M. (Kornelsen) Krause, Karl R. Krause - "Rudy", F. William Krause

Left, Top to Bottom: Fish House, Twine House, Garage
Right: New Twine House



"William Krause & Son Fishery R. R. 1 Leamington PHO. 646 R 22"

Dodge: "Wm Krause & Son Fisheries Phone 646 R 22 Leamington"

F. William Krause Point Pelee Family Home
[Property: Part of Lot 15, R.P. 397 Township of Mersea, Being Part 20 Plan 12R-437
Property: Part Pelee National Park Plan 397, S.P.L. 15]




Karl R. Krause - "Rudy"


1947 - Saskatoon - Karl Rudolph Krause

2nd Avenue South
Willson Stationery Co. Ltd; Daylight Theatre (136), Hearn's Ltd opposite side of street

[Note re Great Aunt Katherina and Great Uncle Jacob Thiessen: Living at that time in Saskatoon, was Jacob Johann "J. J." Thiessen married to Katherine [Katherina] Kornelsen (23 November 1893 - 2 February 1984), sister of Heinrich (April 17, 1876 - 1947), married to Maria Voth (November 28, 1877- April 12, 1904), parents of Maria (Mariechen, Mietz) Kornelsen (May 5, 1900 - April 2, 1991), mother of "Rudy" Krause.]


  • One J Krause, president, is identified in this article and not sure (but it must be) if this is my father H William Krause. At any rate, this article discusses the formation of a Mennonite Recreation Association of Leamington getting a Provincial charter, dated April 30, 1947, and now organized for some 15 months. They purchased 11 acres on the Leamington Town Line for Tennis and M.R.A. softball games with teams from the vicinities. Now, I remember being told that Dad had argued and decided to leave the Oak Street Mennonite Church at some point when told that he and his friends were not allowed to participate in such sports. Later, I also received a pair of my father's white trousers from my mother that I wore during the summer of 1963 when courting/dating Lynda. - The Leamington Post. August 14, 1947 - Page: 1

[Related History (Leamington and District Athletic Association) during the same period] - The Leamington Post. April 19, 1945 - Page: 10 - The Leamington Post. March 28, 1946 - Page: 1


1940s -1950s

Photo Supplied by Alisa (Krause) McClurg

Krause Fisheries - H. William (Bill) Krause (rear).

Photo Supplied by Alisa (Krause) McClurg

Krause Fisheries


c 1949

F. William Krause, Maria M.  (Kornelsen) Krause, Eric R. Krause, William A. Krause (Billy)

William A. Krause (Billy),  Eric R. Krause



Top Left: Karl R. Krause - "Rudy", H. William (Bill) Krause, Unidentified, F. William Krause

Bottom Right: Eric R. Krause, William A. Krause (Billy)

Eric R. Krause (6 Years Old) / Karl R. Krause - "Rudy"

H. William (Bill) Krause and Eric R. Krause

Windsor Daily Star Staff Photo

Point Pelee Fisherman Catches 140-Pound Sturgeon

Six-feet long and tipping the scales at 140 pounds, this is the largest sturgeon Mr. William Krause of the William Krause and Son fishery at Point Pelee has caught in 21 years. The sturgeon was lifted out of a pound net yesterday. Left is Mr. Bill Krause and at right is his son, Eric. The large fish yielded 45 pounds of cavier. All three sturgeons are valued at $200.

The Windsor Star, May 21, 1949, p. 7

Krause Fisheries -  L-R: Bill Sheller, Wm. H. Krause, Rudy Krause, Vern Scheller, Wm. Krause Sr., Bill Wilson




William Krause

Dear Willi for your
28th birthday All
love, good health, lots
luck and wish all your
wishes fulfilled
These wished you from
Your Grandparents.

Photo-Jaeger Bischofswerda

[Atelier R. Jaeger Bischofswerda?]

Anna Luise Krönert (January 23, 1875 - [Post March 15, 1949]) and Carl Wilhelm Krause [Karl Wilhelm Krause] (July 8, 1875 - September 30, 1950)



Photo Supplied by Alisa (Krause) McClurg

F. William Krause (foreground, middle)
Karl Rudy Krause (rear, 3rd from left), H. William (Bill) Krause (rear, far right)

Photo Supplied by Alisa (Krause) McClurg

H. William (Bill) Krause


Photo Supplied by Alisa (Krause) McClurg

Krause Fisheries. Perhaps Bill Wilson in the foreground. Appears to be yellow perch in the net.

Photo Supplied by Alisa (Krause) McClurg

H. William (Bill) Krause (foreground). Appears to be smelt in the net.

Photo Supplied by Alisa (Krause) McClurg / Photo Supplied  by Louise (Mathies) Ross

L-R: Linda [Regehr] Toews, Eric R. Krause, George Toews, William (Billy) A. Krause

Photo Supplied by Alisa (Krause) McClurg

Annie (Mathies) Krause, Eric R. Krause

L-R: William (Billy) A. Krause, H. William (Bill)  Krause, Annie (Mathies) Krause, Eric R. Krause

Photo Supplied by Alisa (Krause) McClurg

H. William (Bill) Krause, Annie (Mathies) Krause and Eric R. Krause, William (Billy) A. Krause

Photo Supplied by Alisa (Krause) McClurg

Eric R. Krause, William (Billy) A. Krause


Photos Supplied by Alisa (Krause) McClurg

Friends and Relatives Visiting Us At Point Pelee



[Photo by Johnston's Studio, Chatham, Ontario, Order Number 988-B]

May 31

Eric R. Krause


POST 1952


"William Krause and Sons Krause Fishery, Point Pelee"

The Krause fishing tug is named the "Patti Lynn" - Captain Karl Rudy Krause's trap-netting tug

Photo Supplied by Alisa (Krause) McClurg

Krause Fisheries - Captain H. William (Bill) Krause's Trap-netting fishing tug  E&B and Krause Fisheries skow (barge)

Photo Supplied by Alisa (Krause) McClurg

Krause Fisheries - H. William (Bill) Krause's Trap-netting fishing tug  E&B



May 5


Certificate of Canadian Citizenship - Annie Krause

Born Alexanderkrone, Russia, 25th February, 1923

Canadian Citizen Through Naturalization, 9th May, 1931


F. William  Krause and Mr. (the Dog)




Heinrich Wilhelm Krause at the 1958 wedding of Marlene Catherine Kornelsen to Eric James Epp

Facebook Page Cornelius Enns and family

"RARE CATCH - When the William Krause and Sons fishing tug Paul Ynn [sic Paul Lynn] ... Rudy Krause ..."

"Rare EEL - Rudy Krause, one of the operators of William Krause and Sons Fishery, Point Pelee ..."

  • RARE  EEL - Rudy Krause, one of the operators of William Krause and Sons Fishery, Point Pelee holds a 40-inch American eel, caught in a trap net in 14 feet of water near the fishery. It is the largest specimen of this type of eel reported in the area -- exceptionally large, according to experts. They are exceedingly rare in the Great Lakes, with only six, including the present eel, reported in the district in many years.

The Windsor Star, July 23, 1958, page 7


The Windsor Star, July 23, 1958, page 7

  • Unusual Eel Snared

Only Fourth in Last 10 years

 LEAMINGTON—A 40-inch. 5 3/4 pound American eel, caught in 14 feet of water in a trap net operated by William Krause and Sons Fishery, Point Pelee, is arousing a lot of interest among local residents and naturalists.

The eel, captured Monday by the fishermen, is the second they have netted within two months this year. The earlier catch, appropriately mounted, now reposes in a Toronto museum. Eels are not uncommon in Great Lakes waters, but the American type is rarely found in this district, Rudy Krause, one of the fishery operators, said. Only four others have been caught over a 10-year period, one at another Point Pelee fishery, two at Colchester, and one at Wheatley.

Unlike its much more familiar and destructive cousin, the lamprey, the American eel boasts a head much like those of the European species. Several visitors to the fishery already have said this is the type that becomes a delicacy when smoked.

Mr. Krause said the present specimen is a large eel, according to authorities, although they have been reported up to six feet in length. The earlier one measured 36 inches.

Peculiar feature of the eel is the fact that it has milky growths, similar to cataracts, over both eyes. Mr. Krause said that it does not appear to see well. However, in view of its plump condition, he felt that the marine rarity must have fed well in the depths in which it lived. He said that the fact that some smelt netting was used in the trips was probably the main reason for the capture, since the eel wasn't able to squirm through the mesh.

There is no definie fate in store for the rare specimen as yet. Mr. Krause has ideas of skinning it, and having the skin stuffed and mounted by a taxidermist to hang in his own home. A few of the destructive lampreys have shown up in the Krause fishing area, most of them during the spring when the smelt run was in progress. Mr. Krause said he wasn't sure why they came at that time, whether to feed on the smelt or to spawn in the same type of water frequented by the spawning fish.

The Windsor Star, July 23, 1958, page 7

CB radio QSL


June 1958
Spreading the trap-nets for drying at Point Pelee (Just north of F. William Krause's House)



Left: Karl R. Krause - "Rudy"- Working in the Twine House

George Meixner, [Reinhardt] Gerhardt Ludke [Before death notice of October 5, 1964 - ], H. William (Bill) Krause

[Possibly George Meixner (1919-1980) wife Anna (1921-2006) -
Lakeview Cemetery, Section: A, Leamington, Mersea Township (Concession 16, Lot 6), Essex County, ON ]

H. William (Bill) Krause


Where I lived - Built by my father, c. 1949 (H. William (Bill) Krause)

Home / Home / Sister Kathy

My sister Kathleen Ann (b. March 8, 1956) in the foreground.


Rear of House and my dog Pepper/ Road to Fishery  across from home

Krause's E&B named after Eric and Billy

(Photo Supplied by Alisa Krause (McClurg))

Left - Bill Krause

(Photo Supplied by Alisa Krause (McClurg))


1960 - 1961





Krause Fisheries - William Krause and Rudy Krause - Rescue -The Leamington Post. July 20, 1961 - pg. 1



"GETTING READY - Fishermen in most ports along Lake Erie are preparing nets and heading out into the lake. One crew hard at work, getting ready to head out is shown loading trap nets which are used to catch perch. These nets will be set along the shorelines. Working at the back of the boat as the nets reel off the truck at dock side, are from left: Rudy Krause, Harry Cree and Mel Fisher. They work for William Krause Fisheries Ltd., Point Pelee. "

F. William Krause and H. William (Bill) Krause


Photo Supplied by Alisa (Krause) McClurg

February, 1962: L-R:
William (Billy) A. Krause, Eric R. Krause at the home of F. William Krause and Maria Mietz (Kornelsen) Krause, their grandparents

Photo Supplied by Alisa (Krause) McClurg

(Left to Right)
Around the table:
Eleanor Krause, Paul Krause, Karl Rudy Krause, William (Billy) A. Krause, Eric R. Krause, Annie (Mathies) Krause, Kathy Krause,
Patti Krause

Maria Mietz (Oma) Krause, F. William (Opa) Krause
At their house (Probably February, 1962)



Miss Nickel, Paul Moody, Dennis Ribble [Brother-In-Law of Eric Krause], Ron Tilden, Martha Anders, Sharon Knight
Victor Penner, Gail Marchand, Shirley Ley, Mary Anders, Patti Krause [b. 1952, First Cousin of Eric Krause], Ron Taveirne
Marni Girardin, Shelley Tilden, Valerie Moody, John Penner, Pat Ribble
Andy Girardin, Suzanne Marchand, Robert Greenwood, Terry Marchand, Laurel Knight
JoAnne Ley, Valerie Pierce, Sandra Ingersoll, Bill Moody, Gerald Crowe, Bob Knight
Rob Girardin, Chistine Taveirne, Paul Krause [b. 1956, First Cousin of Eric Krause], Sharon Finlayson, Robin Pierce
Pamela Ingersoll, Kathy Krause [b. 1956, Sister of Eric Krause], Richard Greenwood.!/group.php?gid=22916359039&v=wall#!/photo.php?fbid=413789428742&set=o.22916359039&type=1&theater - Credit Lorie Begin.

Source: Leamington Post?
Ground Breaking - July 14, 1963
Rev. Warkentine, Jake Dirksen, Rev. George Janzen, William H. Krause, Rev. J. C. Neufeld




Faith Mennonite Church



  • Youths Rescued At Point Pelee

A pair of Detroit teen-agers narrowly escaped drowning in the dangerous waters off the tip  of Point Pelee National Park last Wednesday and were saved only after calls of help were heard by a passing fishing boat.

The two,  Sandy LaFranee, 17,  and Richard Michael, 17,  exhausted and choking were dragged into a fishing boat belonging  to Rudy Krause of Point Pelee.

They had been swimming with two other Detroit teen-agers, James MacDonald and Barbara Emerso, both 17. when the severe undertow pulled them 75 yards away from shore. MacDonald and Miss Emerson managed to swim ashore and hail the Krause fishing boat by waving their towels in the air.

The two swimmers were also calling for  help. -The Leamington Post. August 13, 1964 - Page 25




H. William (Bill) Krause

25th Wedding Anniversary Picture:
H. William (Bill) and Annie (Mathies) Krause
Extended Family -The Leamington Post. May 11, 1967 - pg. 4


Annie (Mathies) Krause, H. William Krause


c. 1967


Annie (Mathies) Krause and H. William (Bill) Krause



  • American eel a true fish ....

Just recently, an American eel about 40 inches in length, was caught by Rudy Krause on the southeast shoal of the lake. It was donated to the Point Pelee Nature Centre for study of habits and dispositions ....

The Windsor Star, July 28, 1967, p. 29



"SPRING'S FIRST - The William K., a fishing tug operated by Rudy Krause, of Point Pelee, was the first boat to pass through the new Sturgeon Creek harbor mouth ..."

New "F. W. Krause & Sons Fisheries"


At F. W. Krause Home

Around the Table, left to Right

F. William Krause, Patti (Scott) Krause, Maria (Kornelsen) Krause, Paul Krause, Eleanor (Ford) Krause, Alisa Anne Krause, Rudy Krause, H. William Krause, Margaret (Munro) Krause, William A. Krause, Lynda (Richards b. Rimmer) Krause, Annie (Mathies) Krause



Photo Supplied by Alisa (Krause) McClurg

Krause Fisheries - Sturgeon Creek

Karl R. Krause - "Rudy"


POST 1972

F. William Krause



F William Krause Point Pelee Home - Back Yard

Opa Krause, Eric Krause, Oma Krause



At F. W. Krause Home

4 Generations

William A. Krause, F. William Krause, H. William Krause
with in front Robert William Krause


At F. W. Krause Home

H. William Krause, Annie (Mathies) Krause, Eric R. Krause



Karl R. Krause - "Rudy"

The Windsor Star, May 6, 1975, p. 7



H. William (Bill) and Annie (Mathies) Krause Extended Family



At F. W. Krause Home

Maria (Kornelsen) Krause, F. William Krause, Rudy Krause



H. William Krause, Annie (Mathies) Krause, Eric R. Krause



H. William (Bill) Krause


H. William (Bill) Krause

Krause, Henrich William  [Krause, Heinrich William], Minor Child, received his citizenship on May 25, 1938
This picture and issued card is from a later date, perhaps of the 1970s when he was often vacationing in Florida



1980, January 17

H. William (Bill) Krause

1980, January 19


H. William (Bill) Krause



October 1, 1981 - Ralph Shuglo, Paul Krause, George Horvath, Rudy Krause



December 24

F. William Krause, Paul Krause, Lynda Krause, Maria M. (Kornelsen) Krause



Annie (Mathies) Krause




Annie (Mathies) Krause



Fresh Frozen Fish
Production and processing

[Rudy owned race horses]

The Windsor Star, September 30, 1989, p. 79





l to r

Lisa (Krause) Batke,
Maria [Mariechen] "Mietz" Kornelsen (May 5, 1900, Tiegenhagen, Molotschna, South Russia - April 2, 1991, Leamington, Ontario, Canada) - Oma Krause

Kathy (Krause) Beveridge, Lynda Krause
Oma always served up Vernors Ginger Ale


1990 - 1991



Eleanor (Ford) Krause, Rudy Krause, Bob Scott,
Lynda (Richards b. Rimmer) Krause, Patti (Krause) Scott

In January, 1990, we purchased our New 1990 Pathfinder from Bob Scott
who held a local Nissan Franchise and we drove it back to Cape Breton.
This visit would also bring to an end our yearly
 Christmas visits since 1972 from Cape Breton to visit family,
and especially Opa (passed December 9, 1983) and Oma Krause (passed April 2, 1991)



Oma and Opa Krause's Point Pelee Home
(F. William Krause and Maria M. (Kornelsen) Krause)




F. William Krause Point Pelee Home
With Robert Morgan in Front




Annie Krause, Eric Krause, Lydia Richards




Annie Krause, Eric Krause, Lynda Krause / Eric Krause, Annie Krause

Rudy Krause, Eleanor Krause, Lynda Krause



[Krause Fisheries, 588 Bevel Line Rd, Leamington N8H 3V4, Ontario]

This is the first time a bighead carp has been caught in the Ontario waters of Lake Erie and Ontario in general. Ohio Department of Natural Resources has had two reports of bighead carp being caught in Lake Erie - one was caught in 1995 and a second one was caught in the spring of 2000 in Sandusky Bay.

Bighead carp being examined in MNR’s Wheatley Fisheries Station - LAKE ERIE FISHERIES NEWS (Information on the fish stocks of Lake Erie from the Lake Erie Management Unit of the Ministry of Natural Resources Summer ), Summer 2001




l to r

Eleanor Krause, Rudy Krause, Eric Krause



Krause - My Parents House in Point Pelee - What It Looked Like in 2005

Krause - My Grand Parents House in Point Pelee - What It Looked Like in 2005




l to r
Paul Krause, Eric Krause, Rudy Krause

l to r
Lynda Krause, Eleanor (Ford) Krause, Rudy Krause with his dog Inky





Pizza Night at Rudy and Eleanor's House

Rudy Krause, Lynda (Richards b. Rimmer) Krause,
Eleanor (Ford) Krause, Eric R. Krause

With Dog Inky in front



@ Google Earth

My Parents House - What It Looked Like in 2013




Lynda Krause, Paul Krause



Paul Krause



Eleanor Krause, Lynda Krause