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William PahlkeAge: 91 years18941986

Name
William Pahlke
Birth October 8, 1894 37 30
Birth of a sisterPahlke
May 9, 1896 (Age 19 months)
Birth of a sisterAnna Pahlke
April 30, 1898 (Age 3 years)
Death of a sisterPahlke
about 1898 (Age 3 years)
Death of a fatherGustav August Pahlke
April 7, 1930 (Age 35 years)
Death of a brotherArthur A Pahlke
November 28, 1942 (Age 48 years)
Death of a motherJohanna S. H. Wilmeir
March 31, 1944 (Age 49 years)
Death of a half-brotherAlvin Pahlke
March 1965 (Age 70 years)
Death July 1986 (Age 91 years)
Note: Name: William Pahlke
Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage: February 21, 1891Barrington, Cook, Illinois
10 months
elder brother
Arthur A Pahlke
Birth: December 8, 1891 35 27Barrington, Cook, Illinois
Death: November 28, 1942Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona
3 years
himself
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

DeathSocial Security Death Index
Note: Name: William Pahlke
Death
Name: William Pahlke SSN: 335-01-1056 Last Residence: 60021 Fox River Grove, McHenry, Illinois, United States of America Born: 8 Oct 1894 Died: Jul 1986 State (Year) SSN issued: Illinois (Before 1951 )
Note
Family Lore:??One day while working in his sawmill, Bill cut the his foot quite?badly between the toes. So that he would be able to work the next?day, he bandaged it up, and cut the front of his boot off. ??Another time, he needed his tonsils taken out, so the doctor strapped?him in a chair in his office, and proceeded to cut them out. Again,?Bill went to work the next day.??He was also known for his grudges. He quit talking to his brother?- in - law, Clarence Schwemm, when Clarence borrowed his rifle, and?broke it. That would have been bad enough, but Clarence didin't tell?him, so when Bill went hunting next time, he was ready to shoot, but?the gun didn't work. ?The other grudge was with his sister Anna. When there father Gustav?died there was note that Bill had signed for money he borrowed for?a car. He claimed to have repaid the loan, but Gustav had never marked?it paid.