The Weidner & Raupp Families of Buffalo Grove, Lake County, Illinois - Couples
Steven Vincent Marynowski and Veronica Katherine Pasciak-Marynowski on vacation
Steven Vincent Marynowski and Veronica Katherine Pasciak on their 25th wedding anniversary, 19 May 1950. They are my maternal grandparents.
Steven Vincent Marynowski and Veronica Katherine Pasciak-Marynowski in front of their home in Hammond, Indiana. Possibly during Easter 1966.
Margaret Weidner; Ref. ID # 1354 Born: 17 July 1832 Died: December 19, 1910 Buried: December 22, 1910 at St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery, Buffalo Grove, Illinois Spouse: John Popp; Ref. ID # 1355 Born: June 24, 1832 Died: September 10, 1922 Buried: September 12, 1922 at St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery, Buffalo Grove, Illinois Photograph courtesy of the book Solemn Blessing and Dedication of St. Mary's School, Buffalo Grove, Illinois: by his eminence Samuel Alphonsus Cardinal Stritch, Cardinal Archbishop of Chicago, October 5, 1947; on the hundredth anniversary of the First Holy Mass in Buffalo Grove, Illinois, celebrated by the Reverend John H. Fortmann, pastor, St. Joseph's Church, Gross Point, Ill. in the fall of 1847. p. 132.
Agnes Christina Raupp Born: September 23, 1899 Married: Never Married Died: August 4, 1987 Buried: August 7, 1987 at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Buffalo Grove, Illinois Sophia Christina Raupp Born: May 30, 1902 Married: Never Married Died: October 10, 1976 Burial: October 12, 1976 at St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery, Buffalo Grove, Illinois. Photo courtesy of Raupp Memorial Museum, Buffalo Grove, Illinois.
Melchior Raupp; Ref. ID # 962 Born March 11, 1814 at Tauberrettersheim, Würzburg, Bavaria, Germany Died January 8, 1891 at Buffalo Grove, Illinois Buried at January 10, 1891 at St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery, Buffalo Grove, Illinois Maria Theobald; Ref. ID # 963 Born March 26, 1830 at Trier, Germany Died January 8, 1920 at Buffalo Grove, Illinois Buried January 12, 1920 at St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery, Buffalo Grove, Illinois. Photograph courtesy of Raupp Memorial Museum, Buffalo Grove, Illinois.
Christopher Quirine Weidner; Ref. ID # 200 Born: March 30, 1874 Died: November 22, 1954 at Buffalo Grove, Illinois Buried: November 26, 1954 at St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery, Buffalo Grove, Illinois Mary Schmidt; Ref. ID # 201 Born: October 18, 1873 at Buffalo Grove, Illinois Married: February 17, 1903 Died: September 25, 1946 Buried: September 28, 1946 at St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery, Buffalo Grove, Illinois. Photograph courtesy of Raupp Memorial Museum, Buffalo Grove, Illinnois.
(Gross) Jakob Weidner; Ref. ID # 24 Born: June 13, 1818 in Schederndorf, Bavaria, Germany Died: March 1, 1910 in St. Bernard, Nebraska Buried: in St. Bernard's Catholic Cemetery, St. Bernard, Nebraska Second wife; Anna Maria Hübner; Ref. ID # 324 Born: 1837 at Bavaria, Germany Married: January 18, 1858 in St. Mary Catholic Church, Buffalo Grove, Illinois Died: April 20, 1923 in St. Bernard, Nebraska Buried: in St. Bernard's Cemetery, St. Bernard, Nebraska Photograph was most likely taken in Nebraska Photograph courtesy of the Raupp Memorial Museum, Buffalo Grove, Illinois.
Johann Georg Weidner; Ref. ID # 14 Born: April 8, 1812 at Kümmersreuth, Bavaria, Germany Died: October 8, 1896 Buried: October 10, 1896 at St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery, Buffalo Grove, Illinois. This male line appears to be dead. John George's great-great grandson, George Michael Weidner (ref. # 1474) passed away on 22 July 2003 with no apparent sons, leaving three daughters only. If you have information to the contrary, please share this with me so I may update the website. Spouse: Eva Spörlein; Ref. ID # 23 Born: April 26, 1809 at Schederndorf, Bavaria, Germany Married: August 14, 1831 at Stadelhofen, Bavaria, Germany Died: February 27, 1895 Buried: March 1, 1895 at St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery, Buffalo Grove, Illinois Photograph courtesy of the book Solemn Blessing and Dedication of St. Mary's School, Buffalo Grove, Illinois: by his eminence Samuel Alphonsus Cardinal Stritch, Cardinal Archbishop of Chicago, October 5, 1947; on the hundredth anniversary of the First Holy Mass in Buffalo Grove, Illinois, celebrated by the Reverend John H. Fortmann, pastor, St. Joseph's Church, Gross Point, Ill. in the fall of 1847. p. 132.
Oscar Joseph Weidner, Ref. # 208 Born: November 25, 1907 Died: November 1, 1993 Buried: November 4, 1993 at St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery, Buffalo Grove, Illinois Spouse 2: Mary Ann Novak, Ref. # 210 Born: November 26, 1910 Married: Unknown Died: February 8, 1993 Buried: After February 8, 1993 at St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery, Buffalo Grove, Illinois Photograph courtesy of Raupp Memorial Museum, Buffalo Grove, Illinois.
Bonagratius (Pancraz Georg) Weidner; Ref. ID # 27 Born: April 7, 1825 at Schederndorf, Bavaria, Germany Died: October 11, 1893 at Lake Henry, Minnesota Buried: October 1893 at St. Margaret's Catholic Cemetery, Lake Henry, Minnesota Spouse: Ursula Hennemann; Ref. ID # 565 Born: October 24, 1826 at Bavaria, Germany Immigration: June 2, 1946 to New York on the ship Havre from Le Havre, France Married: at Buffalo Grove, Illinois Died: April 23, 1892 at Lake Henry, Minnesota Buried: at St. Margaret's Catholic Cemetery, Lake Henry, Minnesota Photograph courtesy of Roger Scherping via Lois Dirkhissing-Weidner, both of Minnesota.
John Weymann, Ref. # 3537 Born at Germany Elizabeth Loehr, Ref. # 3538 Born at St. Joseph, Stearns County, Minnesota. Parents of Anna Weymann who married Michael Weidner. Photo courtesy of Valerie Jean Weidner-Jerich of Minneapolis, Minnesota.
 
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