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1 1930 Census indicates William was first married at the age of 22. He married Annie Groenwald Featherstone at the age of 47. Family F824
 
2 A friend, Tim Holekamp told me that there is not town of Stetrin, Germany but there is a Stettin, Germany. Since the original info came from a U.S. produced document I am assuming there was a transcription/translation error and have changed the spelling.

Also I found a death record for August Groenwald that I believe is the correct death record. August and Rosalie may have separated as she shows up in the 1910 and 1920 census wit the kids but no August. Then he dies on 10 Jun 1927 (if my guess is correct) and she dies 20 Dec 1928. Too much of a coincidence until I can check further, possibly with the St. Joseph Cemetery, River Grove, Cook, IL where some other family members were buried. Rosalie was buried in St. Boniface Cemetery, Chicago, Cook, IL, where other family members are also buried. 
Groenwald, August (I288)
 
3 Birth Cert for Theodore Durfke indicates he was the 7th child for Paulina. Groenwald, Paulina (I885)
 
4 Birth Cert indicates Katy Paulina is the 4th child for Frank and Mathilda Groenwald, Katy Paulina (I2221)
 
5 Burial was originally written as St. Boniface Cemetery but then crossed out and appears to be Wunders Cemetery, but a search of people buried there did not come up with a gravesite. Groenwald, Robert (I1251)
 
6 Death Notice: EDWARD O. BERG: Newspaper Obituary and Death Notice
Chicago Tribune (IL) - January 21, 2010
Deceased Name: Death Notice: EDWARD O. BERG
Edward O. Berg, age 92, of Windsor Park Manor-Carol Stream, formerly of Bartlett and Norridge.

Retired V.P. for Bally MFG. World War II Army Air Corps Veteran- Bronze Star Recipient.

Beloved husband of the late Lorraine; loving father of Edward (Linda) Berg, Barbara (Roman) Cirignani, Robert (Judy) Berg and Christine (Tom) Lopatkiewicz; beloved son of the late Helen and Michael Berg; proud grandfather of Dana (Brian) Hall, A Amy (Ken) Ryan, Melissa (Scott) Baines, Brian Berg, Mallory Lopatkiewicz, Carly Lopatkiewicz and Ryan Berg; great-grandfather of Tyler, Emma, Tia, Caite and Nathaniel; dear brother of Michael (Lillian) Berg and the late Harold (Peggy) Berg; fond uncle of many.

Visitation Friday, Jan. 22, 2010, 3 to 9 p.m., at Salerno's Rosedale Chapels, 450 W. Lake St. Roselle (3/4 Mile W. of Bloomingdale/Roselle Rd.). Funeral Saturday, Jan. 23, 2010, 9 a.m. from the funeral home to Resurrection Parish-Wayne, 30W350 Army Trail Rd. for 10 a.m. Mass.

Interment Private 630-889-1700.

Sign Guestbook at chicagotribune.com/obituaries

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This is a paid death notice.

Edition: Chicagoland Final
Page: 26
Copyright (c) 2010, Chicago Tribune Company. All rights reserved. 
Berg, Edward O. (I45)
 
7 Harry and Alice grew up living next door to each other. The 1930 US Census Record shows Harry's family residing at 2222 Leamington, while Alice resided at 2224 Leamington, Chicago, Illinois. Family F858
 
8 He was delivered by Dr. Charles Pugh, the same doctor that delivered his sister Lois and attended his Grandfather for an attack of pneumonia that caused his death. Worked 19 years for the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad. He retired frorom there in 1965 and took over the family sheet metal business started by Harry B. Friend, D.L.&F. Company. It was originally located on Lake St. in Chicago, IL. Moved to Troop St., Chicago in 1966, and then to Spring Grove, IL in Nov., 1980. H He retired in 1991 and son Jim, who had worked for D.L.&F. Co. for several years took over and merged with to other partners into Trevor Machinery and Welding and mover to Trevor, WI. He loved to play golf, which he had to give up in 1993 due to bad knees. In Dec.93 he had artificial knees implanted in both at the same time and was back playing golf by May, 1994. By September, 1994 he was playing three to four times a week. Thompson, Harry "O" (I5)
 
9 Illinois Death Index has him shown as Groemwald Groenwald, August (I288)
 
10 Lived next door to her future husband in 1930. Filipowski, Alice B (I2342)
 
11 On 1900 Census it was Katherine, later records changed it to Catherine, but growing up it was always "Rene" for her grandkids. Bickel, Catherine D. (I17)
 
12 Reporting person was Pauline Singer Groenwald, Julia (I1959)
 
13 She was a homemaker and a member of the Woman's Club of Evanston, the Evanston Drama Club, University Guild, Roger's Park Women's Club, and the First Congregational Church of Evanston.
 
Nelle R (I1280)
 
14 Soc Sec Death Index indicated his SS Card was issued by the Railroad Board indicating he was probably a railroad worker. Stokes, Evan C (I2415)
 
15 Spent business career at Hammond Organ Company in Chicago. He was Plant Superintendent for the Melrose Park facility when he retired. Mock, Frank Joseph (I44)
 
16 Worked at GATX (Tank Car Mfg.), moved to Kansas City during the late 1920's, moved back to Chicago. Later, he worked at Diamond Match Factory, worked nights. Then started tending bar part-time, and then on a full time basis. One of the places he tended bar was Michael's at the corner of Lincoln and Wilson streets. Groenwald, Mathias Ignatius (I16)