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I have been doing family tree research since the late 1970's.|
I am most interested in the Southern Illinois area.
Surnames in my family include: WEINDEL, MCCRACKEN, ENLOE, JOHNSON, ESSENPREIS, SCHWENDEMANN, BECKERT, DUMBECK, BILYEU, WALTER, VEST AND GRUMMICH.
Evelyn McCracken of Bond County, Illinois was my second cousin, and mentor, who got me hooked.
I am always interested in sharing info.
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|Russ Marti||RE: Elizabeth Knoebel Essenpreis|
St Paul church records
Her husband Leon's obit lists her as Knebel also states they lived on the farm of Sebastian Knebel
when they first married.
Also the death certificates of her sons Philip died 1924 and son Fred died 1934 both list their mother as Elizabeth Knebel. You make the choice
|Russ Marti||Kaltenbacher Photo|
Thanks for the photo of the Fred Kaltenbacher memorial at Brown cemetery. I added a memorial
for Josephine Kaltenbacher 99117467 if you still have the photo could you add it to her memorial
Thanks Russ Marti
|Russ Marti||Collman Photos|
Thanks for the photos of the Collman memorials at
Fyi I got Findagrave to list Millersburg as a town in Bond Co. IL. I know we both have relative that were born or died there. I am now trying to get them to list Deck's Prairie as a town in Madison Co. IL
|Connie Edwards Thomilson||Huber|
I beleive this is the last one I came across when i was transcribing the Obits for Webgen. Schwendemann is a unique name and I would love to have obits from my family. YOUR MOST WELCOME!
Michael Christian Huber, 75, of Reno community, passed away Feb 24, 1945. Mr.
Huber was born in Shoal Creek township, April 8, 1869, a son of Philip and
Barbara (Schwendemann) Huber. He aws married to Miss Dora Gruner on April 11,
1919. He is survived by his wife and sons, Clyde and Elmer Huber and daughter
Mrs. Florence Mollett, five grandchildren and one great grandson, three
brothers, Joseph, Sinon and George Huber, all of Bond county and three
sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Redfearn, Mrs. Ella Gruner and Miss Emma Huber of Reno
|Connie Edwards Thomilson||huber|
Mrs. Dora Huber, 85, passed away at St. Joseph's hospitial at Highland January
13, 1949. Mrs. Huber's maiden name was Dora Beckert, dauaghter of the late
August and Catherine Beckert and she was born in St. Clair County near
O'Fallon Sptember 15, 1863. She was married April 15, 1890 at Pocahontas to
Joseph J. Huber, who with one son, Albert Huber of Round Prairie neighborhood
survive. Two brothers, August Beckert of Southwest of Greenville and Philip
beckert of Greenville and one sister, Mrs. Mike Oswald of northwest of
Greenville, also survive. Two brothers, George and John have receded himin
death as well as several brothers and sisters in infancy.
|Connie Edwards Thomilson||Huber|
J.J. Huber, 89, a life time resident of Bond county passed away at St.
Joseph's hospital at Highland February 4, 1951.
Joseph John Huber, son of Philip and Barbara (Schwendemann) Huber was born in
Old Ripley township, a mile west of the village of Old Ripley, Dec 28, 1861.
he was married to Miss Dora Beckert and they made their home in the community
south of Reno. Mrs. Huber passed away Jan 13, 1949. surviving this union is
one son, Albert Huber of south of Reno. Also surviving are two brothers,
George and Simon Huber and three sisters, Miss Emma Huber and Mrs. W. A.
Gruner of south of Reno and Mrs. James Redfearn of west of Reno. Two
brothers, Louis and Michael and two sisters, Mrs. Margaret Beckert and Mrs.
Louisa Brewer have preceded him in death.
|Connie Edwards Thomilson||Beckert|
Margaret A. Beckert, died June 17, 1941 south of Reno. She was born June 18, 1864 west of OLd Ripley, daughter of Philip and Barbara (Schwendemann) Huber and she was married to John Beckert, who died April 15, 1908.
she is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Minnie Clofelter, with whom she made her home. A daughter, Mrs. Barbara c. Herndon died April 14, 1929 and a son Philip died as a child.
She is also survived by brothers, Joseph, Simon, George and Mike Huber and sisters, Mrs. Ella Gruner, Mrs. Lizzie Redfearn and Miss Emma Huber all of the Reno area and two grand children, Harry and Marjorie Clotfelter.
|Connie Edwards Thomilson||Schwendemann|
Louisa T. Brewer, died May 2, 1941 at Kirkwood, Missouri. She was born March 11, 1871 near Reno, daughter of Philip and Barbara (Schwendemann) Huber and was married Dec 25, 1895 to William Hastings Brewer, who died August 27, 1900.
She is survived by a son, Chester William Brewer of Kirkwood, Missouri, brothers J.J., S.S., M.C. and G.A. Jiber and sisters, Mrs. Margaret Beckert, Mrs. Ella Gruner, Mrs. Lizzie Redfearn and Miss Emma Huber, all of Reno area.
|Connie Edwards Thomilson||schwendemann|
Dont know if this your relative or not found obit in libary at greenville Mrs. Mary Thersa Schwendermann, died at her home south of Reno March 14, 1915. she was the daughter of Louis Wekenant and she was born January 7, 1847 in Bond county. she married Joseph Schwendemann February 28, 1865 in Madison county. Her Husband died November 25, 1897 and two sons and one daughter have also died. the surviving children are Misses Kate and Annie Schwendemann, at home Mrs. Mary file, wife of Louis File and Mrs. Dora Johnson, wife of John Johnson of Lincoln, Nebraska and Mrs. Barbara Ray, wife of Robert Ray of Pits field and Philip and George Schwendemann of near Reno and August Schwendemann of greenville and one sister, Mrs. Annie Luscher of Alhambra.
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