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Paul Himmel WiemerAge: 15 years19051921

Paul Himmel Wiemer
Birth April 14, 1905 39 32
Death of a maternal grandmotherElizabeth Ann Gumbel
October 16, 1907 (Age 2 years)
Death of a maternal grandfatherGeorge A Himmel
February 5, 1912 (Age 6 years)
Birth of a sisterJuanita Wiemer
August 22, 1912 (Age 7 years)
Death of a paternal grandfatherChristian Heinrich Wiemer
January 25, 1916 (Age 10 years)
Death of a paternal grandmotherWilhelmina Cammus
December 30, 1921 (Age 16 years)
Death 1921 (Age 15 years)
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Marriage: October 17, 1894illinois
4 years
elder brother
Wesley G Wiemer
Birth: July 3, 1898 32 25Topkea, Mason, Illinois
Death: February 14, 1974Havana, Mason, Illinois
19 months
elder sister
Elva Wilhelmina Wiemer
Birth: February 5, 1900 33 27Bishop, Mason, Illinois
Death: June 22, 1987Eureka, Woodford, Illinois
18 months
elder brother
21 months
elder sister
23 months
Paul Himmel Wiemer
Birth: April 14, 1905 39 32Topkea, Mason, Illinois
Death: 1921Havana, Mason, Illinois
7 years
younger sister
Juanita Wiemer
Birth: August 22, 1912 46 39Topkea, Mason, Illinois
Death: July 9, 1984Lincoln, , Illinois

DEATH CLAIMS PAUL WIEMER?----------------------------------------?Son of George H. Wiemer and Sophomore in Havana High;?Ill Few Days; Appendicitis.?------------------------------------??The community was saddened and shocked on Sunday morning, when the news was spread that Paul Wiemer, son of George H. Wiemer, prominent Mason farmer, and a sophomore in the Havana high school, had passed away at his home, the evening before. Few knew that he was ill, and none were prepared for the shock. He died from appendicitis.?He was taken ill on Tuesday, but was not seriously sick and home remedies were applied. On Thursday, Dr. Hanson was called and the case diagnosed as appendicitis. He got better and on Friday felt considerably better. On Saturday morning, he got out of bed for a few moments, and from that moment on grew steadily worse, until the end came at about half past nine Saturday evening.?Paul Himmel Wiemer, his middle name being the family name of his mother, was born near Topeka, Illinois, on April 14th, 1900. He was the son of George H. Wiemer and Mary M. Wiemer. He was baptized in the Evangelical Lutheran church by his grandfather, George Himmel.?As a child and all through his life, which was so suddenly ended, he was always kind and obedient, and possessed a genial and cheerful disposition. All who knew him loved him.?At the age of six years, he entered the Deverman school, which he finished with honor in the spring of 1919. In the fall of 1919 he entered Havana high school and last year was a sophomore and one of the most popular and best liked boys in his class and in the school. He was interested in all the school activities, and particularly the boy's glee club.?He was a member of the United Evangelical Sunday school at Bishop, and was a regular attendant. His life was a Christian life.?He was a member of the Forest City band, Mason county's oldest musical organization, and at the time of his death was the drummer.?He is survived by his father, mother, grandmother, two brothers, Wesley Wiemer and Arlie Wiemer, both at home; by three sisters, Mrs. Ernest Worner of Green Valley, Illinois, and Misses Elizabeth and Juanita Wiemer, both at home, and by a host of relatives and friends, who mourn with the bereaved family, his all too early departure.?Funeral services were held on Tuesday afternoon from the United Evangelical church at Bishop, conducted by the Rev. Wm. Schwerker. Interment was in Laurel Hill cemetery.?The sympathy of the entire community goes out to the bereaved family, in their loss of this boy, who was just coming into manhood, and who had such a bright future. The funeral was one of the largest held in this community for many years, many going from Havana and other parts of the county.