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Family Links

Maybe you can find a link here that will lead you to some family genealogy.
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Not a family webpage but has some info
            A second Neagle/Nagle connection.

Read about the O'Neil Family Funeral Home in Lockport, IL. 
It all started here with Jeremiah O'Neil, who was undertaker and Postmaster.


Read the biography of William C. Bullard, son of J.T. Bullard here.


Schroen Family
   John Schroen and Augusta Poeltzig Schroen from Findagrave
Birth: 1845, Germany
Death: 1886

John was the son of Johann Justuce and Catharina Elisabeth (Steinberg) Schröen.

His siblings were Bernhard, Anna Margaret (m. Frank Knauer), Elizabeth, John and Peter Schroen. 

John and Augusta had a son, Bruno.

  Bruno Schroen and Eva Knight Schroen

Birth: Apr. 6, 1878 Death: Apr. 18, 1972 Fairbury Livingston County Illinois, USA Family links: Parents: John Schroen (1845 - 1886) Augusta B. Poeltzig Schroen (1851 - 1935) Spouse: Eva Mae Knight Schroen (1888 - 1965)* Children: Glenn W Schroen (1913 - 1991)* Sibling: Bruno Schroen (1871 - 1956)* Charles Bruno Schroen (1878 - 1972)

  CHATSWORTH - A Memorial Mass For Glenn W. Schroen: Newspaper Obituary and Death Notice Pantagraph, The (Bloomington, IL) - Thursday, April 4, 1991 Deceased Name: CHATSWORTH - A Memorial Mass For Glenn W. Schroen CHATSWORTH - A Memorial Mass For Glenn W. Schroen, 77, Chatsworth, will be at 1 p.m. Saturday at S.S. Peter and Paul Catholic Church, Chatsworth. The Rev. Richard Brunskill will officiate. Inurnment will be in Germanville Township Cemetery, rural Chatsworth. Friends may visit with the family after the cemetery service Saturday at the church Parish Hall. Stewart Funeral Home, Cullom, is in charge of arrangements. Mr. Schroen died at 8:30 a.m. Monday (April 1, 1991) at the Veterans Administration Hospital, Danville. He was born June 9, 1913, in Germanville Township, Livingston County, a son of Charles B. and Eva M. Knight Schroen. He married Rita J. McNichols on Nov. 27, 1948, in St. Felicatis Church, Chicago. She survives. Other survivors include three sons; four daughters; one sister; and nine grandchildren. An infant daughter and a brother preceded him in death. Mr. Schroen was a 1931 graduate of Melvin High School. He had farmed for 25 years and was employed at Central Soya in Gibson City. He later worked for five years at Pontiac Correctional Center until his retirement in 1975. He was a Marine veteran of World War II, serving in the South Pacific, and participated in the Battle of Guadalcanal. He was a member of S.S. Peter and Paul Catholic Church; Tri-County Veteran of Foreign Wars Post 4160, Piper City; and a former member of Melvin VFW Post 6334 and Walter Clements American Legion Post of Chatsworth. Memorials may be made to his church.

Brother of John?
  Charles Bruno Schroen and Bertha Wurmnest Schroen
Chatsworth Plaindealer-Thurs 20, 1956
Bruno Schroen , aged 85, a life long residen of this community died at his home Monday, September 17 at 12:45 pm.
Funeral services were held Wednesday, September 19, at 2 pm at the Culkin Funeral Home, Forrest, with Rev. E.F. Klingensmith pastor of St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran church; Chatsworth, officiating.
Music was provided by Mrs. Richard Ashman and Mrs. Clyde Hornickel. Mrs. Charles Merritt, Forrest,  was organist. Mrs. Arnold Ashman and Mrs. Richard Ashman were in charge of floral tributes.
Casketbearers were Vernon Kemnetz, John Ruppel, Kenneth Hummel, Leland Netherton, Harold Hornickel and Burnell Henrichs.
Mr. Schroen was born March 24, 1871 in Germanville township, the son of John and Augusta Schroen. He married Miss Bertha A. Wurmnest on October 19, 1904 in Peoria. He was a farmer in Germanville township for many years prior to his retirement nineteen years ago. Since that time he has resided in Chatsworth. He leaves surviving his wife, and one son, Clarence J. both of Chatsworth. His parents, an infant daughter and one brother preceded him in death.
The family requested that expressions of sympathy be in the form of contributions to the building fund at St. Paul's E. Lutheran church.

 CHATSWORTH - The Funeral Of Clarence J. Schroen: Newspaper Obituary and Death Notice Pantagraph, The (Bloomington, IL) - August 5, 1995 Deceased Name: CHATSWORTH - The Funeral Of Clarence J. Schroen CHATSWORTH - The Funeral Of Clarence J. Schroen, 89, of Manito, formerly of Chatsworth, will be at 11 a.m. Monday at Culkin-Diggle Funeral Home, Chatsworth, the Rev. Richard Hertenstein officiating. Burial will be in Chatsworth Cemetery. Visitation will be for one hour before the service Monday at the funeral home. He died at 6:32 p.m. Thursday (Aug. 3, 1995) at Pekin Memorial Hospital. Memorials may be made to Forman Ambulance Service, Manito. Surviving is his wife, Carolyn of Manito. Mr. Schroen was born Aug. 31, 1905, in Germanville Township, in Livingston County, the son of Bruno and Bertha Wurmnest Schroen. He married Carolyn Hornickel on Feb. 16, 1934, in Chatsworth. Mr. Schroen and his wife farmed in Germanville Township until his retirement in 1969. He served as road commissioner of Germanville Township for eight years and also served as deputy sheriff in Livingston County for 20 years. He was a member of St. Paul Lutheran Church, Chatsworth.