(from Marvin Siebels)
Okay, I've got this picture and some of the people were identified for me by my cousin, Wilma (Hayen) Stevenson. They live on a farm near Scotchgrove. She did a history on the Hayen family.
First of all, you are right about the wedding, although the groom was baptized as Hinrich Eden Harms and he was called Eden. (Look on page 490, Vol 2 Reepsholt OSB. Father was Johann Hinrich Harms.) (Note all the following descriptions of positions are as you are looking at the picture.) He's front row, 6th position from the left, 1st man. Next to the right is his bride, Elise Wilhelmine Zimmerman, Next to the right and slightly back is Engel Margaretha Harms, Eden's mother and my great grandmother, To her right, with the little girl on her lap is Elise (Hayen) Zimmerman and next her husband, Wilke Janssen Zimmerman, parents of the bride. Continue in the front row until you come to the woman just to the right of the woman in the light colored dress. This is my grandmother, Gesche Katherina (Harms) Hayen, sister of the groom. In front and to each side of her are my aunt, Catherine Engeline Hayen and my uncle, Herman Henry Hayen. Now Wilma maintains the man with his right hand on the beer keg is my grandfather, Johann Hinrich Hayen, but I won't dispute your belief it is a Bolhken.
The second row starting from the picture's left, The 4th man over is Edward Stutt. to the right of him is another of my uncles, Johann Heinrich Hayen. Next to the right is a Herren. the 3rd man right of him is the Pastor Mardorff and then his wife.
Move over to the right to the 1st porch post. In front and slightly to the left is a man holding a little boy and to the left of the little boy is a woman. This combination is Gerd and Anna (Harms) Weers. She was another sister of the groom. The little boy was Henry Weers. Now, immediately behind Anna Weers is her and the groom's brother, Herman Heinrich Harms. In the next row back and immediately to the right of the post is Engel (Rickels) Dirks. to the right of her is Heinrich Dirks.
So, now you know as much about the picture as I do. Thanks for reminding me about the web site.