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Jay Young (#47101343)
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Bio Photo I am an amateur journalist and photographer. I believe there is something after we die. Cemeteries and memorial photography appeal to me for many reasons.
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DogMama08
RE: Elsie's Parents
Frank and Karolina's children:

Charles (Karel) Paroubek
Born Feb 1895 in Micov
Died 15 Apr 1896 in Chicago
Buried in Bohemian Natl Cemetery
No additional information in the family tree.

Julia Anna Paroubek
Born 8 Sep 1896 in Chicago
Died 1967
Married George Grosna or Hosna
No information on burial location or children, but family tree indicates she had at least one child.

Frank Paroubek
Born May 1898 in Chicago
Died 4 Mar 1899 in Chicago
Buried in Bohemian Natl Cemetery

Bernice (Bessie) Paroubek
Born April 1899 in Illinois (probably Chicago)
No death date given
Married Frank Joseph Krizek 18 Apr 1918 in Chicago
Son Elmer Krizek, born 1918 or 1919 probably in Chicago, died 21 Mar 1924 in Chicago, no gravesite information

Mildred (Milada) Lillian Paroubek
Born 13 Aug 1902 in Chicago
Died 9 April 1987 in Berwyn, Cook County, IL
No information on gravesite, marriage, or children; she was using her maiden name when she died so probably never married

Frank (Frantisek) Paroubek
Born 4 Dec 1904 in Chicago
No information on death date, gravesite, marriage, or children

Elsie (Eliska) Paroubek
Born 3 Jul 1907 in Chicago
Died 8 May 1911 in Chicago
Kidnapped and killed. Body found over a month later in canal near Lockport.
Buried in Bohemian Natl Cemetery

Anastasia (Anna) Paroubek
Born 13 Dec 1909
No information on death date, gravesite, marriage, or children

Added by DogMama08 on Nov 24, 2011 11:40 AM
DogMama08
RE: Elsie's Parents
I have never communicated through Wikipedia but will give it a try.
Added by DogMama08 on Nov 24, 2011 10:35 AM
DogMama08
RE: Elsie's Parents
I have more Paroubek family info if you want me to send it to you. If so, would you tell me your email address? It would be easier to send it by email because I can send you quite a bit of data.
Added by DogMama08 on Nov 23, 2011 3:56 PM
DogMama08
RE: Elsie's Parents
More for Frank Paroubek:

15 Nov 1867 Birth: Micov, East Bohemia, Czech Republic

1882 Arrival (in U.S.)
Age: 15
(No particulars in this family tree about ship's name, departure point, or arrival point)

About 1892 Marriage to Karolina Vojacek
Bohemia, Czech Republic
(From this family tree, it looks like Frank went back to Bohemia sometime between 1882 and 1892 but doesn't say when. I wonder if he went back just to marry Karolina.)

28 Mar 1895
Departure point: Bremen Germany
Ship's name: Stuttgart

12 Apr 1895
Arrival point: Baltimore MD
Ship's name: Stuttgart

Residence prior to immigration:
Mícov, East Bohemia, Czech Republic

1900 United States Federal Census
Age: 33
Residence: Chicago City, Cook, Illinois

1910 United States Federal Census
Age: 43
Residence: Chicago Ward 12, Cook, Illinois

12 May 1913
Age: 45
Death: Chicago, Cook County IL
2320 S. Albany

15 May 1913
Burial: Bohemian National Cemetary, Chicago, Cook, IL
Added by DogMama08 on Nov 23, 2011 3:35 PM
DogMama08
RE: Elsie's Parents
For Frank Paroubek:

Parents John (Jan) Paroubek
1845 –
No Mother (no mother listed for this tree)

Spouse
Karolina Vojacek 1869 – 1927

Children
Charles (Karel) Paroubek 1895 – 1896
Julia Anna Paroubek 1896 – 1967
Frank Paroubek 1898 – 1899
Bernice (Bessie) Paroubek 1899 –
Mildred (Milada) Paroubek 1902 – 1987
Frank (Frantisek) Paroubek 1904 –
Elsie (Eliska) Paroubek 1907 – 1911
Anastasia (Anna) Paroubek 1909 –
Added by DogMama08 on Nov 23, 2011 3:15 PM
DogMama08
RE: Elsie Paroubek
I HOPE THIS INFORMATION HELPS YOU.


From the ancestry.com family tree:

Karolina Vojacek

Birth 26 Nov 1869 in Mícov, East Bohemia, Czech Republic
Death 9 Dec 1927 in Chicago, Cook, IL, USA

Frank and Karolina were married in Bohemia about 1892.
__________

From the Cook County, Illinois, Death Index:

Name: Karolina Paroubek
Death Date: 9 Dec 1927
Death Location: Cook County, IL
File Number: 6033114
Archive collection name: Cook County Genealogy Records (Deaths)
Archive repository location: Chicago, IL
Archive repository name: Cook County Clerk
__________

From the Illinois Death Index:

Name: Karolina Paroubek
Birth Date: 1870
Birth Place: Meconi, Czechoslovokia
Death Date: 9 Dec 1927
Death Place: Chicago, Cook, Illinois
Burial Date: 12 Dec 1927
Burial Place: Chicago, Cook, Illinois
Cemetery Name: Bohemian National
Death Age: 57
Occupation: Housework
Race: White
Marital Status: W
Gender: Female
Street Address: 2811 South Avers Avenue
Father Birth Place: Czechoslovakia
Mother Birth Place: Czechoslovakia
Spouse Name: Frank Paroubek
Comments: 35y in U.S. & of this place
FHL Film Number: 1878039

Added by DogMama08 on Nov 23, 2011 9:48 AM
DogMama08
RE: Elsie Paroubek
From the Cook County, Illinois, Death Index on ancestry.com:

Name: Frank J Paroubek
Birth Date: 15 Nov 1867
Birth Place: Bohemia
Death Date: 12 May 1913
Death Place: Chicago, Cook, Illinois
Burial Date: 15 May 1913
Cemetery Name: Bohemian National Cemetery
Death Age: 45
Occupation: Painter
Race: White
Marital Status: Married
Gender: Male
Street Address: 2320 S. Albany, 12 Ward
Father Name: John Paroubek
Father Birth Place: Bohemia
Mother Birth Place: Bohemia
FHL Film Number: 1287682
Added by DogMama08 on Nov 23, 2011 9:36 AM
DogMama08
RE: Elsie Paroubek
Are you a member of ancestry.com? I found a family tree there that includes Frantisek "Frank" Paroubek.
Added by DogMama08 on Nov 23, 2011 9:34 AM
DogMama08
RE: Your 'Murder Victims' Cemetery
Thank you for the information; I added Mr. Moran to my virtual cemetery. I work on the virtual cemetery some every day, researching on the internet. It's a work in progress that, unfortunately, will apparently never be finished.
Added by DogMama08 on Nov 23, 2011 9:29 AM
 

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