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Louise Mary "Lucy" Wilhelm Cler
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Birth: Apr. 26, 1880
Tolono
Champaign County
Illinois, USA
Death: Mar. 28, 1939
Pesotum
Champaign County
Illinois, USA

Called "Lucy." Daughter of Mary Anne Ernst Wilhelm and Peter Wilhelm (also buried at St. Joseph's) and granddaughter of Albert and Theresia Mueller Ernst (buried at St. Mary's outside of Pesotum.) Her sister Theresia (Find A Grave Memorial# 19997521) also married a Cler.

She was born in Tolono, Champaign County, Illinois on April 26, 1880, and married Philip Anthony Cler Sr. on January 26, 1905.

Louise Mary Wilhelm Cler died on March 28, 1939 in Pesotum and was buried here on April 1, 1939. 
 
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 Parents:
  Peter Wilhelm (1841 - 1927)
  Mary Anne Ernst Wilhelm (1850 - 1926)
 
 Spouse:
  Phillip Anthony Cler (1874 - 1957)
 
 Children:
  Mary Magdalena Cler Lecher (1906 - 1986)*
  John Martin Cler (1908 - 1984)*
  Phillip Anthony Cler (1915 - 1985)*
 
 Siblings:
  Marie Antoinette 'Nettie' Wilhelm Hausmann (1870 - 1961)*
  John Mathias Wilhelm (1872 - 1961)*
  Peter C Wilhelm (1874 - 1944)*
  Mary Magdalena Wilhelm Pfeffer (1877 - 1934)**
  Louise Mary Wilhelm Cler (1880 - 1939)
  Cecelia A Wilhelm Mougeotte (1882 - 1947)*
  Theresia Marie Wilhelm Cler (1884 - 1955)*
 
*Calculated relationship
**Half-sibling
 
Burial:
Saint Joseph Church Cemetery
Pesotum
Champaign County
Illinois, USA
 
Created by: C. Hartzell
Record added: Jun 20, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 19997433
Louise Mary Lucy <i>Wilhelm</i> Cler
Added by: J Vogel
 
Louise Mary Lucy <i>Wilhelm</i> Cler
Added by: C. Hartzell
 
 
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