Obituaries for

Daniel & Magdalena Goeglein Descendants
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 Phillip Goeglein
Katherine Goeglein
Charles A. Goeglein
Louisa Doughty Goeglein
Charles H. Goeglein
Elizabeth Munn Goeglein
Phillip Goeglein
1835 - 1915 

PHILLIP GOEGLEIN, age 76, who has resided in East St. Louis for over a
quarter of a century, died at his home, 927 South 11th Street, at 3:40 PM
yesterday.  He is survived by his widow and brother, seven children,
twenty-eight grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.  During the Civil
War the deceased was a pilot on the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers.  For a
number of years in East St. Louis, he followed the vocaton of a contractor
and builder.

The funeral will be held at 1 o'clock Thursday afternoon from the residence
to St. Marcus Cemetery, St. Louis.  His six grandsons will act as
pallbearers.  The Degen-Doussard Undertaking firm has charge.
(3-16-15)

Provided and transcribed by: Marilyn Graham.

Katherine Goeglein
1846 - 1916

KATHERINE GOEGLEIN, aged 70 years, of 815 South 11th Street, died Monday
morning about 8:30 o'clock, after suffering for two days from a stroke of
paralysis.  She is survived by eight children, twenty-eight grandchildren,
and eight great-grandchidren.  The funeral arrangements will be announced
later.  Degen-Doussard has charge. (2-14-1916)

Provided and transcribed by: Marilyn Graham.


 
Charles A. Goeglein
1854 - 1926

C.A.GOEGLEIN FATHER OF TWO BAKERS IS DEAD
Hd lived in East St. Louis 45 years____Funeral Serivces to be Tomorrow.
Charles A. Goeglein, aged 71 years, father of Charles H. and Clarence
Goeglein, bakers, 343 East Broadway, died Saturday at 1:27 pm, at his
residence, 3202 State Street, after a short illness.

Mr. Goeglein came t East St. louis from Ohio about 45 years ago and has
resided here since.  He was a water suply man for the old Cairo Short Line
Railroad about 35 years ago and worked as a stationery engineer and railway
car man for several years.  The past few years he retired from active work,
but assisted his two sons around their bakery shop here, doing some very
light work.

Surviving him besides the two sons, are his wife, Louisa, two daughters,
Mrs. Laura Krause of East St. Louis and Mrs. Henrietta Meinhardt of
Maplewood, MO., four sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Twesten of California; Mrs.
Edward Coggins, East St. Louis; Mrs. William Taylor, St. Louis, and Mrs.
David Lewis of Desoto, MO.: two brother, William and Edward of East St.
Louis, and four grandchildren.

The funeral service will be held Tuesday, March 16, at 2:00 p.m. at the
family residence, Rev. Howard Billman having charge.  Interment will be in
Mount Hope Cemetery.  (appeared in the newspaper on 3/14)

Provided and transcribed by: Marilyn Graham.


 
Louisa Doughty Goeglein
Unknown - 1942

LOUISA GOEGLEIN of 614 N. 51st St. entered into rest on Sunday, June 28,
1942; mother of Mrs. Henry Krause, Mrs. Harry Meinhardt, Clarence Goeglein,
and the late Charles Coeglein; sister of Harry Doughty and Mrs. Wm Mischke;
grandmother of Arvella, Charles Floyd and Robert Morris Goeglein, Norman and
Ronald Krause.  Funeral from the Burke Funeral Home, 3300 State Street,
Wecnesday, July t, at 2 p.m. to Mount Hope Cemetery.

Provided and transcribed by: Marilyn Graham.


 
Charles H. Goeglein
1896 - 1939

This is another notice for Charles H.________
Goeglein, Charles H. of 343A E. Broadway; entered into rest Friday, Sept. 8,
1939; dear father of Arvella and Charlds Floyd Goeglein; dear son of Mrs.
Louisa Goeglein; dear brother of Mrs. Laura Krause, Mrs. Henrietta Meinhardt
and Clarence Goeglein.  Funeral services at the Kurrus Chapel Monday, Sept.
11, at 2 p.m.  Rev. C. D. Bowman officiating.  Interment at the Mount Hope
Cemetery. Deceased was a member of the Pride of the Valley NO. 433 I.O.O.F.,
German Beneficial Union and 124th Field Artillery Post 53, American Legion.
Article about Charles & Elizabeth's deaths on Obits Page 1.

Provided and transcribed by: Marilyn Graham.


 
Elizabeth Munn Goeglein
1911 - 1939

This one is on Charles' wife______
Goeglein, Bettie of 1126 N. 44th St., entered into rest suddenly on Friday,
Sept. 8, 1939; wife of the late Charles H. Goeglein; dear daughter of Mrs.
Mae Munn, and dear sister of Mrs. Irene Hume and James Taylor Munn.  Funeral
from Kassly Funeral Home, 9th and Exchange Ave.  Sunday, Sept. 10th, at 3
p.m.  Interment Glen Carbon Cemetery, Glen Carbon, IL.  Rev. W. E. Hicks
will officiate, Kassly service.
Article about Charles & Elizabeth's deaths on Obits Page 1.

Provided and transcribed by: Marilyn Graham.