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Paul Jankovich

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Paul Jankovich

Birth
Austria
Death
30 Jun 1949 (aged 85)
Waukegan, Lake County, Illinois, USA
Burial
Round Lake, Lake County, Illinois, USA GPS-Latitude: 42.3362312, Longitude: -88.1083103
Memorial ID
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See the Fort Hill Cemetery website for further information at: https://www.forthillcemetery.org/

per The Daily Sentinel (Woodstock, IL) Friday, July 1, 1949, page 1:
PAUL JANKOVICH OF VOLO, DIED IN WAUKEGAN
McHenry: Paul Jankovich, 84 died at St. Theresa's Hospital, Waukegan, on Thursday morning, June 30, 1949, after a lingering illness. He was born in Austria, Hungary and came to this country about sixty years ago. About a year ago, he moved from Chicago to Volo where he made his home with his daughter, Mrs. Otto Klemm.
Survivors are his wife, Caroline; one son, Frank of Chicago; and two daughters, Mrs. Klemm and Mrs. Millie Brolin of California. A daughter preceded him in death. there are also nine grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.
The funeral will be on Tuesday, July 5, 1949, at 2:00 p. m. from the Peter M. Justen Funeral Home, with Rev. Pellican of the Holy Trinity Lutheran church of Chicago officiating. Internment will be at Fort Hill cemetery near Volo.
See the Fort Hill Cemetery website for further information at: https://www.forthillcemetery.org/

per The Daily Sentinel (Woodstock, IL) Friday, July 1, 1949, page 1:
PAUL JANKOVICH OF VOLO, DIED IN WAUKEGAN
McHenry: Paul Jankovich, 84 died at St. Theresa's Hospital, Waukegan, on Thursday morning, June 30, 1949, after a lingering illness. He was born in Austria, Hungary and came to this country about sixty years ago. About a year ago, he moved from Chicago to Volo where he made his home with his daughter, Mrs. Otto Klemm.
Survivors are his wife, Caroline; one son, Frank of Chicago; and two daughters, Mrs. Klemm and Mrs. Millie Brolin of California. A daughter preceded him in death. there are also nine grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.
The funeral will be on Tuesday, July 5, 1949, at 2:00 p. m. from the Peter M. Justen Funeral Home, with Rev. Pellican of the Holy Trinity Lutheran church of Chicago officiating. Internment will be at Fort Hill cemetery near Volo.


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