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George C BehrensAge: 81 years18581940

Name
George C Behrens
Birth October 1858 33 23
Note: Rock Island Ward 2, Rock Island, Illinois; Roll: M593_273; Page: 310; Image: 621
Marriage statusCarrie ReeseView this family
MARRIED
yes

Birth of a sisterMary Behrens
October 1859 (Age 12 months)
Note: Rock Island Ward 2, Rock Island, Illinois; Roll: M593_273; Page: 310; Image: 621
Birth of a sisterAmelia Behrens
September 15, 1863 (Age 4 years)
Note: Rock Island Ward 2, Rock Island, Illinois; Roll: M593_273; Page: 310; Image: 621
Birth of a brotherJohn Behrens
about 1869 (Age 10 years)
Note: Rock Island Ward 2, Rock Island, Illinois; Roll: M593_273; Page: 310; Image: 621
Death of a fatherJohn F Behrens
July 23, 1893 (Age 34 years)
Text:
John F. Behrens; Male; Birth: 13 MAR 1825 Holstein, , Schleswig-Holstein, Preussen; Death: 23 JUL 1893 Rock Island, Rock Island, Illinois
Note: Record submitted after 1991 by a member of the LDS Church.
MarriageCarrie ReeseView this family
April 28, 1895 (Age 36 years)
Death of a motherMary Edith Albraht
1915 (Age 56 years)
Text:
Mary Edith Albraht; Female; Birth: 1835 , , Switzerland; Death: 1915 Rock Island, Rock Island, Illinois
Note: Record submitted after 1991 by a member of the LDS Church.
Death 1940 (Age 81 years)
Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage: about 1856Illinois
3 years
himself
13 months
younger sister
4 years
younger sister
Amelia Behrens
Birth: September 15, 1863 38 28Rock Island, Rock Island, Illinois
Death: March 10, 1950Rock Island, Rock Island, Illinois
6 years
younger brother
Family with Carrie Reese - View this family
himself
wife
Carrie Reese
Birth: November 1872 38 22Ela Township, Lake, Illinois
Death: May 17, 1955Barrington, Cook, Illinois
Marriage: April 28, 1895Illinois

Birth1870 Federal Census
Note: Rock Island Ward 2, Rock Island, Illinois; Roll: M593_273; Page: 310; Image: 621
Birth
Rock Island Ward 2, Rock Island, Illinois; Roll: M593_273; Page: 310; Image: 621
Note
Occupation: 1900 "__?__" worker; the word could possibly be barn (railroad barns?) Event: Occupation 2 1910 sheet iron worker, railroad Residence: Chicago, Illinois Burial: 1940 St. Paul's Cemetery, Barrington, Illinois