See also Jenneman Family in Old Families of Dogtown

photo donated April 2013

Left: Special thanks from the Dogtown Historical Society to Delores Hefele O'Connell for sharing these two family photos of the building on the N/W Corner of Tamm and West Park, originally 6401 Cheltenham Road.

She wrote:

These are photos from Tamm and West Park on the north west corner of the street.

This grocery was owned by my great grandfathers family, the Jennemanns. They lived in the home that was right next door.

In this photo my great uncle Frank is on the right. My Grandfathers name was Charles Theodore Jennemann (1859-1924). He was married to Rosina Caroline Meier (1862-1922).

Note: Printing on the Tamm Avenue side awning says "Eagle Stamps"

Note: The 1900 U. S. Census lists a Charles Jennemann, 41 yrs old, living at 6404 Cheltenham. Charles was living with Rosina his wife, 37 yrs old, and children; Theodore, 16 yrs, Francis 15 yrs, Henry 12 yrs, Sylvester 10 yrs, George 8 yrs, John 6 yrs, Anna 4 yrs, Agatha 2 yrs, and Cecelia 10 months old.

Note: The 1910 U. S. Census lists a Charles Jennemann, 51 yrs old, living at 6401 West Park. Charles was living with with his wife Rosina 47 yrs, and children; Francis 25 yrs, Henry 23 yrs, Sylvester 20 yrs, George 18 yrs, Walter 16 yrs, Rosa 14 yrs, Agatha 12 yrs, Cecelia 10 yrs, Emma 5 yrs, and father-in-law Francis Meier 85 yrs old.

Note: The 1909 St. Louis City Directory listed Jennemann, Charles T grocer 6401 West Park Av.

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6401 WEST PARK - ca 1908

photo donated April 2013

Left: Early photo of the Jennemann Grocery and Meat Market

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6401 WEST PARK - APRIL 2013

new photo taken April 2013

Left: This photo was taken of the current building by Sally Ryan Sharamitaro, April 2013.

Note: The front of the building has remained virtually unchanged

Note: The property is listed as a multiple family, 3 baths, 2852 sq ft, on a 2760 lot, built in 1908.

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