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Arthur A PahlkeAge: 50 years18911942

Name
Arthur A Pahlke
Birth December 8, 1891 35 27
Publication: Ancestry.com. World War I Selective Service System Draft RegistrationCards, 1917-18 [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestr
Note: Name: Arther Pahlke
Birth of a brotherWilliam Pahlke
October 8, 1894 (Age 2 years)
Birth of a sisterPahlke
May 9, 1896 (Age 4 years)
Birth of a sisterAnna Pahlke
April 30, 1898 (Age 6 years)
Death of a sisterPahlke
about 1898 (Age 6 years)
Death of a fatherGustav August Pahlke
April 7, 1930 (Age 38 years)
Death November 28, 1942 (Age 50 years)
Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage: February 21, 1891Barrington, Cook, Illinois
10 months
himself
Arthur A Pahlke
Birth: December 8, 1891 35 27Barrington, Cook, Illinois
Death: November 28, 1942Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona
3 years
younger brother
William Pahlke
Birth: October 8, 1894 37 30Barrington, Cook, Illinois
Death: July 1986Fox River Grove, McHenry, Illinois
19 months
younger sister
Pahlke
Birth: May 9, 1896 39 32Barrington, Cook, Illinois
Death: about 1898Barrington, Cook, Illinois
2 years
younger sister
Anna Pahlke
Birth: April 30, 1898 41 34Barrington, Cook, Illinois
Death: October 1987Barrington, Cook, Illinois
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father
step-mother
Marriage: 1885Barrington, Cook, Illinois
3 years
half-brother
Alvin Pahlke
Birth: January 1, 1888 31 28Barrington, Cook, Illinois
Death: March 1965Barrington, Cook, Illinois

BirthWorld War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Record
Publication: Ancestry.com. World War I Selective Service System Draft RegistrationCards, 1917-18 [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestr
Note: Name: Arther Pahlke
Birth
Name: Arther Pahlke City: Not Stated County: Kane State: Illinois Birthplace: Illinois;United States of America Birth Date: 8 Dec 1892 Race: Caucasian (White) Roll: 1613542 DraftBoard: 2
Note
Arthur narrowly escaped death when he was knocked off an electric?pole at Liberty and Lilie streets in Elgin on Sunday morning in August?of 1936. He was employed as a lineman by the Western United Gas and?Electric company, and was repairing a power line. He was up on the?pole when the bolt struck near the intersection and follwed the line?to the pole. ??Arthur was thrown 35 feet to the ground and was rendered unconscious?by the lightning strike. He landed between other linemen on the ground?who were not injured. He was taken to Sherman hospital where he soon?regained consciousness. ??An examination revealed a fractured shoulder, spinal injury and numerous?bruises. His condition was reported to be improving. (Taken from?the Barrington Courier 8/27/36)??He died in a rest home in Phoenix, AZ. He had been in poor health?since suffering severe injuries from the lightning strike. He had?gone to the southwest 2 week before hoping that the warmer climate?would benefit his health. ??Services were at the Wolff funeral home in Elgin. The Rev Alexander?Milmine of the Egin Congreational church officiated with the burial?in the Evergreen cemetery in Barrington.