It a of miUr ound tlieotun - i jv if;, tin ., i r ' - . - ?. ... .. . . . . More than fifty descendants of Jacob and Johanna Frey attended the reunion of the Frey family held recently at the summer home of Pred and Bessie Doeppers (nee Frey), at Rocky Ripple, on White river. Jacob and Johanna Frey were born In Hesse Darmstadt, Germany, and came to America in 1833. They came to Cincinnati, where they re mained until their death in 1883. Of the fourteen children born to t - hem four were girls. Seven of tha boys wera soldiers In the Union army during the civil war, in which four of tha ssven lort their lives. At the golden wedding celebrated In 1180 seven children and thirty - five grandchildren participated. The recent reunion was informal, but a permanent organisation was formed with Herman Frey. of the Indiana - polls fire department. .aa chairman, and Mrs. Fred Doeppera, as secretary. Relatives from other cities attending were Mr.' and Mrs. Adolp Beck - man, Mr. and Mrs. Nicolas Wer ner, Air. and Mrs. christian Zinsmelster and daughter Prlla Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Zinsmelster George Boeshers: and son Elmer Mr. and Mrs. John Mistier with aona Walter, Kdon and John and daughters L.ucile and Kuth, Mr. and Mrs. George Mistier and son Korbert, Mr. and Mra. Harry Hlstler, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Frey with daughters Alice and Catherine. Mr. and Mra. Carl Frey with son James and Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Frey with son George otto. Mr. and Mra. Herman Frey with daughters Mildred and Mary, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Doeppera with daughter Mary Francis and son Frederick, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Edward Heckman and daughters Florence and Hetty Ann, Mr. and Mra. Evert Chapman, Miss Mary Holmea, Fremont Frey and Mr. and Mra, Ixule Noffka with daughter Betty Lou. all of Indianapolis.