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Paul Reichenbacher (#47174809)
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Bio Photo Ancestors on my father's side have surnames such as Reichenbacher, Paxton, Schabinger, and Hill. My mother's side of the family includes Trauten, Hankes, Poss, and Draudt. My father's forebears were from Germany, Scotland, England, and a few from Ireland. My mother's ancestors were from Luxembourg. These courageous people emigrated from Europe to Kane & DuPage Counties, Illinois, with stops along the way. They've now spread to many parts of the world. Find-A-Grave is a useful tool for my genealogy research, and by contributing to it I hope to help others. Feel free to copy photos that I have posted as long as you use them for your genealogy research.
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RE: Wife of Otto Freilinger
I found her obit, she died at Copley Hosp in Aurora, Illinois; I added her memorial
Added by chard on Jun 12, 2014 11:39 AM
Carolyn Russell
Anna May Hill Paxton
Paul, There is a small one in the book for Fred E. Paxton, too. I will type it up and post it on the edit on his page.
Added by Carolyn Russell on Jun 07, 2014 11:16 AM
My Labor of Love
RE: Mother of Fred C Judson
I've done some more research, here's what I came up with:

Lewis married twice.

He married Catherine P. Mudgett on 26 Dec 1830. From this union there were 6 children, only 3 listed: Mary Hills; Albert E.; and William H.). In 1840, Catherine died (at this time they were living in Oswego, Kendall, Illinois). [NOTE: I believe that C. P. Judson [125267643] is Catherine, but Spring Lake burial records are showing a death date of 1864 - I won't be able to confirm anything until I can find this stone and hope it has some useful information!!!]

On 13 Mar 1843 he married Diana E. Stafford (daughter of James B. Stafford & Roxanna Mentor). From this union there were 8 children, only 7 listed (James A.; Julia M. Bennett; Ella C. Ashley; Charles L.; Lewis B.; Harry C.; & Fred C.). Diana is listed as Lila on Fred's death record):

I'll change Lila to Diana and add the pages from the book to Lewis' memorial.

Take Care,

Added by My Labor of Love on Feb 18, 2014 9:31 PM
My Labor of Love
RE: Schickler Family Memorials
Glad I was able to help. Let me know if there are any other memorials I currently have that are family members of yours and I'll gladly transfer those, too.

Take Care,
Added by My Labor of Love on Jan 20, 2014 8:12 PM
My Labor of Love
RE: Schickler Family Memorials
I'm actually I'm not related to this family. I been trying to document this cemetery to the best of my ability.

I'll transfer these memorials to your care.

Take Care,
Added by My Labor of Love on Jan 19, 2014 3:27 PM
Debra Graves Dawson
Mathias Draudt
Hi Paul,
I was wondering if you would be so kind to send your chart of Mathias Draudt's decendants to me? I am married to Richard John Draudt the son of Richard H. Draudt and Dorothy A Draudt nee Zmuda. Thanks for your time and trouble.
Added by Debra Graves Dawson on Nov 04, 2013 1:47 PM
Joe Newman
RE: Home Oaks Cemetery
I don't know much about Home Oaks (aka Oakland) but staff at the office of Lake Villa Township confirmed that it is in unincorporated Lake Villa Township, and not in the city limits of either the village of Lake Villa or the village of Antioch. (they commented that they have information about burials at the cemetery; I would guess that they have a published reading of the site, perhaps by the Lake County Genealogical Society.)
Added by Joe Newman on Oct 05, 2013 8:44 AM
Diane Weber-Hampson
RE: Newkirks Buried in Little Cedar Cemetery
I really am a novice at Franklin County genealogy. I started doing some research there on my husband's family a couple of years ago. The link I sent is the best site I know of for information. Yes, 1839 burials might be hard to find unfortunately!
Added by Diane Weber-Hampson on Oct 01, 2013 5:37 AM
Diane Weber-Hampson
RE: Newkirks Buried in Little Cedar Cemetery
Paul, I really don't know the answer. There is only one stone at the LIttle Cedar Grove Baptist. Here's a link that may be of help. Sorry I don't know much!
Added by Diane Weber-Hampson on Sep 30, 2013 12:13 PM
Bobby J
Mary E. Scarsdale Toler
I checked my records on Mary E. Scarsdale Toler (58246960). You are correct. I put the incorrect cemetery for her burial plot. She was buried in Ebenezer Cemetery in Lick Creek, IL.

Thanks for finding that error. Do I change it or do you?

Added by Bobby J on Sep 09, 2013 5:30 AM
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