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Re: Frederick Sieck - Freeport & Dixon, IL
Posted by: Carla S. Eaton Hornibrook Date: May 07, 2000 at 17:06:07
In Reply to: Re: Frederick Sieck - Freeport & Dixon, IL by Carlos Skovgaard of 59

This is the information that I have:Descendants of Frederick Carl Sieck


Generation No. 1

1. FREDERICK CARL1 SIECK He married HERMINE GROENVELD.
       
Children of FREDERICK SIECK and HERMINE GROENVELD are:
2.       i.       HERMAN J.2 SIECK, b. August 29, 1884, Freeport, IL; d. April 14, 1954, Freeport, IL.
3.       ii.       SIMON SIECK, b. December 07, 1879; d. August 03, 1948.
4.       iii.       FRED G. SIECK, b. May 14, 1884; d. July 04, 1948, Freeport, IL.
       iv.       LOUISE SIECK, m. ? BRERETON.
       v.       ? SIECK, d. Bef. July 1948.
       vi.       ? SIECK, d. Bef. July 1948.


Generation No. 2

2. HERMAN J.2 SIECK (FREDERICK CARL1) was born August 29, 1884 in Freeport, IL, and died April 14, 1954 in Freeport, IL. He married (1) LENA MARGARET EATON November 20, 1907 in Freeport, IL, daughter of GEORGE EATON and ANN SAMPLE. She was born January 31, 1885 in Bellefonte, PA, and died August 11, 1924 in Freeport, IL. He married (2) DELLA REYNOLDS December 15, 1925 in Freeport, IL, daughter of CHARLES REYNOLDS and RUTH KINGSBURY. She was born September 03, 1889 in Lanark, and died February 18, 1977 in Freeport, IL.

Notes for HERMAN J. SIECK:
Obituary - Freeport - Wednesday, Aug. 14, 1954
Herman J. Sieck -
Herman J. Sieck, 69, died early this morning at the local hospital. He lived at 915 E. Garden St.
A native of Freeport, Mr. Sieck was born Aug. 29, 1884, the son of Fred and Hermine Sieck. He was a retired pipefitter for the illinois Central Railroad. After his retirement, Mrs. Sieck was custodian at the First English Evangelical and Reformed Church.
In October of 1906 (Note: this conflicts with date of Nov. 20, 1907 that was in Lena's obituary) Mr. Sieck married Lena Eaton, who died Aug. 11, 1924. in December of 1925 he married Della Reynolds, who survives him.
Besides his wife, survivors include a son, Frederick of Dixon; a stepson, Harold Reynolds of Freeport; a sister, Mrs. J.J. Brueton of Rockford; and three grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held in the Burke-Tubbs Funeral Home at 2 p.m. Saturday. The Rev. A. G. Munz, pastor of th First English Evangelical and Reformed Church, will officiate. Interment will be made in Oakland Cemetery. Friends may.....(Remainder of clipping missing)

Notes for LENA MARGARET EATON:
Obituary - Freeport Tuesday, Aug. 12, 1924
Headline - Mrs. H.J. Sieck, High Ave., Found Dead in Home- Death Caused in Gas Fumes; Had Been Ill Several Years.
Despondent over ill health, Mrs. Lena M. Sieck, wife of Herman J. Sieck, 1125 South High avenue ended her life late Monday afternoon by inhaling gas fumes from a stove in the kitchen. Closing all the windows and doors in the house, she turned on all the burners on the gas stove and inhaled the fumes. Fully clothed, her head covered with a blanket and newspapers to prevent the gas from escaping, her lifeless body was found lying on three chairs placed near the gas stove, her head being part way in the oven.
About five years ago she went to a sanatorium for medical treatment and returned apparently in a much improved condition. A year later, however, her health again began to fail, and since that time she has been mentally disturbed and seemed to worry a great deal. Her home life was ideal and members of the family always strove to make life pleasant for her.
Shortly after noon yesterday, Mrs. Sieck telephoned to a friend and at that time she apparently was feeling well, as she stated she expected to make several calls during the next few days. Shortly after 4 o'clock her 16 year-old-son, Fred, came to the house and discovered the windows and doors closed. Fearing that something was wrong in the house he went to the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. G.W. Eaton, 833 South Liberty avenue, and told them he was unable to get into the house. Mrs. J.P. Ward, 829 South Liberty avenue, and a neighbor went to the Sieck residence where, finding all the doors and windows closed, they went to the rear of the house and endeavored to open the kitchen door, as Mrs. Ward was certain the Mrs. Sieck was at home.
Smelling a strong odor of gas, Mrs. Ward and the neighbor, opened the door and entered the house, where they found the body of Mrs. Sieck lying on chairs near the stove.
The windows and doors of the home were thrown open and the body placed on a couch in the living room. Medical aid was immediately called, but the woman had already passed away.
A coroners jury which investigated the cause of here death, found that she came to her death by "asphyxiation by illuminating gas taken with suicidal intent while mentally unbalanced."
Lena Margaret Eaton was born January 31, 1885 at Bellefonte, PA., and during the latter part of the same year, came with her parents to Illinois, the family settling in Orangeville. later the family moved to Freeport where decedent was married on November 20, 1907, to Herman J. Sieck. Mrs. Sieck was a member of the Reformed Church of Orangeville.
Besides her husband, those left to mourn her passing are: a son, Fred, living at home, two brothers, C. F. Eaton, of this city, R. F. Eaton of New York City, and three sisters, Maude M. Helen and Mary Eaton, living with their parents, who also survive, at 833 South Liberty avenue.
Funeral services will be held at 2:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the home of her parents, Mrs. and Mrs. G. W. Eaton, 833 South Liberty avenue, the Rev. Frank C. Sayers, pastor of the Baptist Church officiating. Interment will be made at Oakland cemetery.

Notes for DELLA REYNOLDS:
Obituary - Freeport,IL Saturday, Feb. 19, 1977 - Mrs. Herman Sieck
Funeral service for Mrs. Herman (Della) Sieck who died Friday morning at Freeport Memorial Hospital following a long illness will be held at 1 p.m. Monday at Burke - Tubbs Funeral Home.
The Rev. Orrell Ruth, pastor of First United Methodist Church will officiate. Burial will be in Oakland Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home from 2 to 5 p.m. on Sunday.
She was a member of the First United Methodist Church.
She had lived at the Stephenson Nursing Center since Dec. 1. Prior to that she resided with her son, Harold Reynolds.
Born Sept. 3, 1889, in Lanark, she was the daughter of Charles and Ruth (Kingsbury) Reynolds. She married Herman Sieck on Dec. 15, 1925 at Freeport. He died April 14, 1954.
Surviving in addition to the son is a step-son, Frederick Sieck of Dixon; three grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren and one sister, Mrs. Roy (Henrietta) Wessel Sr. of Freeport. Two sisters and three brothers preceded her in death.
A memerial has been established for the First United Methodist Church.
       
Child of HERMAN SIECK and LENA EATON is:
       i.       FREDERICK R.3 SIECK, b. August 28, 1908, Freeport, IL; d. January 04, 1981, Dixon, IL; m. MARIE NEUMANN, July 17, 1938, Freeport, IL; b. February 02, 1915; d. March 1983, Dixon, IL.

Notes for FREDERICK R. SIECK:
Dixon Evening Telegraph, Monday, Jan 5, 1981 -
Frederick R. Seick, 72, 212 Steele Ave., died Jan4 at KSB Hospital following a long illness. He was a draftsman for Commonwealth Edison for 33 years prior to his retirement in 1970.
He was born Aug. 28, 1908 to Herman and Lena (Eton) Seick, in Freeport. He was married to Marie Neumann in Freeport July 17, 1938.
He served with the United States Navy in World War II and was a member of St. Paul Lutheran Church.
Survivors include his wife.
Funeral will be Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. at St. Paul Lutheran Church with the Rev. William Swarbrick, paster, officiating. Burial will be in Oakwood Cemetery. Visititation will be 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at the JOnes Funeral HOme and after the funeral in the church fellowship hall.
A memorial has been established to the Dixon Public Library.



3. SIMON2 SIECK (FREDERICK CARL1) was born December 07, 1879, and died August 03, 1948. He married (1) ? Bef. September 11, 1913. He married (2) ALVERNA WESSEL September 11, 1913, daughter of FREDERICK WESSEL. She was born August 31, 1891 in Forreston.
       
Child of SIMON SIECK and ? is:
       i.       HARRIET3 SIECK, m. ? SPARAKAS.

       
Children of SIMON SIECK and ALVERNA WESSEL are:
       ii.       LUCILLE3 SIECK, m. MERRILL KOELLER.
       iii.       MARJORIE SIECK, m. ? BUSKER.


4. FRED G.2 SIECK (FREDERICK CARL1) was born May 14, 1884, and died July 04, 1948 in Freeport, IL. He married BESSIE GUNDRY June 05, 1915 in Rockford. She was born January 18, 1897 in Stockton, and died November 21, 1969 in Freeport, IL.
       
Children of FRED SIECK and BESSIE GUNDRY are:
       i.       JANE3 SIECK, m. WILLIAM MANDRGOC.
       ii.       CHARLES F. SIECK.

Descendants of Frederick Carl Sieck


Generation No. 1

1. FREDERICK CARL1 SIECK He married HERMINE GROENVELD.
       
Children of FREDERICK SIECK and HERMINE GROENVELD are:
2.       i.       HERMAN J.2 SIECK, b. August 29, 1884, Freeport, IL; d. April 14, 1954, Freeport, IL.
3.       ii.       SIMON SIECK, b. December 07, 1879; d. August 03, 1948.
4.       iii.       FRED G. SIECK, b. May 14, 1884; d. July 04, 1948, Freeport, IL.
       iv.       LOUISE SIECK, m. ? BRERETON.
       v.       ? SIECK, d. Bef. July 1948.
       vi.       ? SIECK, d. Bef. July 1948.


Generation No. 2

2. HERMAN J.2 SIECK (FREDERICK CARL1) was born August 29, 1884 in Freeport, IL, and died April 14, 1954 in Freeport, IL. He married (1) LENA MARGARET EATON November 20, 1907 in Freeport, IL, daughter of GEORGE EATON and ANN SAMPLE. She was born January 31, 1885 in Bellefonte, PA, and died August 11, 1924 in Freeport, IL. He married (2) DELLA REYNOLDS December 15, 1925 in Freeport, IL, daughter of CHARLES REYNOLDS and RUTH KINGSBURY. She was born September 03, 1889 in Lanark, and died February 18, 1977 in Freeport, IL.

Notes for HERMAN J. SIECK:
Obituary - Freeport - Wednesday, Aug. 14, 1954
Herman J. Sieck -
Herman J. Sieck, 69, died early this morning at the local hospital. He lived at 915 E. Garden St.
A native of Freeport, Mr. Sieck was born Aug. 29, 1884, the son of Fred and Hermine Sieck. He was a retired pipefitter for the illinois Central Railroad. After his retirement, Mrs. Sieck was custodian at the First English Evangelical and Reformed Church.
In October of 1906 (Note: this conflicts with date of Nov. 20, 1907 that was in Lena's obituary) Mr. Sieck married Lena Eaton, who died Aug. 11, 1924. in December of 1925 he married Della Reynolds, who survives him.
Besides his wife, survivors include a son, Frederick of Dixon; a stepson, Harold Reynolds of Freeport; a sister, Mrs. J.J. Brueton of Rockford; and three grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held in the Burke-Tubbs Funeral Home at 2 p.m. Saturday. The Rev. A. G. Munz, pastor of th First English Evangelical and Reformed Church, will officiate. Interment will be made in Oakland Cemetery. Friends may.....(Remainder of clipping missing)

Notes for LENA MARGARET EATON:
Obituary - Freeport Tuesday, Aug. 12, 1924
Headline - Mrs. H.J. Sieck, High Ave., Found Dead in Home- Death Caused in Gas Fumes; Had Been Ill Several Years.
Despondent over ill health, Mrs. Lena M. Sieck, wife of Herman J. Sieck, 1125 South High avenue ended her life late Monday afternoon by inhaling gas fumes from a stove in the kitchen. Closing all the windows and doors in the house, she turned on all the burners on the gas stove and inhaled the fumes. Fully clothed, her head covered with a blanket and newspapers to prevent the gas from escaping, her lifeless body was found lying on three chairs placed near the gas stove, her head being part way in the oven.
About five years ago she went to a sanatorium for medical treatment and returned apparently in a much improved condition. A year later, however, her health again began to fail, and since that time she has been mentally disturbed and seemed to worry a great deal. Her home life was ideal and members of the family always strove to make life pleasant for her.
Shortly after noon yesterday, Mrs. Sieck telephoned to a friend and at that time she apparently was feeling well, as she stated she expected to make several calls during the next few days. Shortly after 4 o'clock her 16 year-old-son, Fred, came to the house and discovered the windows and doors closed. Fearing that something was wrong in the house he went to the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. G.W. Eaton, 833 South Liberty avenue, and told them he was unable to get into the house. Mrs. J.P. Ward, 829 South Liberty avenue, and a neighbor went to the Sieck residence where, finding all the doors and windows closed, they went to the rear of the house and endeavored to open the kitchen door, as Mrs. Ward was certain the Mrs. Sieck was at home.
Smelling a strong odor of gas, Mrs. Ward and the neighbor, opened the door and entered the house, where they found the body of Mrs. Sieck lying on chairs near the stove.
The windows and doors of the home were thrown open and the body placed on a couch in the living room. Medical aid was immediately called, but the woman had already passed away.
A coroners jury which investigated the cause of here death, found that she came to her death by "asphyxiation by illuminating gas taken with suicidal intent while mentally unbalanced."
Lena Margaret Eaton was born January 31, 1885 at Bellefonte, PA., and during the latter part of the same year, came with her parents to Illinois, the family settling in Orangeville. later the family moved to Freeport where decedent was married on November 20, 1907, to Herman J. Sieck. Mrs. Sieck was a member of the Reformed Church of Orangeville.
Besides her husband, those left to mourn her passing are: a son, Fred, living at home, two brothers, C. F. Eaton, of this city, R. F. Eaton of New York City, and three sisters, Maude M. Helen and Mary Eaton, living with their parents, who also survive, at 833 South Liberty avenue.
Funeral services will be held at 2:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the home of her parents, Mrs. and Mrs. G. W. Eaton, 833 South Liberty avenue, the Rev. Frank C. Sayers, pastor of the Baptist Church officiating. Interment will be made at Oakland cemetery.

Notes for DELLA REYNOLDS:
Obituary - Freeport,IL Saturday, Feb. 19, 1977 - Mrs. Herman Sieck
Funeral service for Mrs. Herman (Della) Sieck who died Friday morning at Freeport Memorial Hospital following a long illness will be held at 1 p.m. Monday at Burke - Tubbs Funeral Home.
The Rev. Orrell Ruth, pastor of First United Methodist Church will officiate. Burial will be in Oakland Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home from 2 to 5 p.m. on Sunday.
She was a member of the First United Methodist Church.
She had lived at the Stephenson Nursing Center since Dec. 1. Prior to that she resided with her son, Harold Reynolds.
Born Sept. 3, 1889, in Lanark, she was the daughter of Charles and Ruth (Kingsbury) Reynolds. She married Herman Sieck on Dec. 15, 1925 at Freeport. He died April 14, 1954.
Surviving in addition to the son is a step-son, Frederick Sieck of Dixon; three grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren and one sister, Mrs. Roy (Henrietta) Wessel Sr. of Freeport. Two sisters and three brothers preceded her in death.
A memerial has been established for the First United Methodist Church.
       
Child of HERMAN SIECK and LENA EATON is:
       i.       FREDERICK R.3 SIECK, b. August 28, 1908, Freeport, IL; d. January 04, 1981, Dixon, IL; m. MARIE NEUMANN, July 17, 1938, Freeport, IL; b. February 02, 1915; d. March 1983, Dixon, IL.

Notes for FREDERICK R. SIECK:
Dixon Evening Telegraph, Monday, Jan 5, 1981 -
Frederick R. Seick, 72, 212 Steele Ave., died Jan4 at KSB Hospital following a long illness. He was a draftsman for Commonwealth Edison for 33 years prior to his retirement in 1970.
He was born Aug. 28, 1908 to Herman and Lena (Eton) Seick, in Freeport. He was married to Marie Neumann in Freeport July 17, 1938.
He served with the United States Navy in World War II and was a member of St. Paul Lutheran Church.
Survivors include his wife.
Funeral will be Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. at St. Paul Lutheran Church with the Rev. William Swarbrick, paster, officiating. Burial will be in Oakwood Cemetery. Visititation will be 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at the JOnes Funeral HOme and after the funeral in the church fellowship hall.
A memorial has been established to the Dixon Public Library.



3. SIMON2 SIECK (FREDERICK CARL1) was born December 07, 1879, and died August 03, 1948. He married (1) ? Bef. September 11, 1913. He married (2) ALVERNA WESSEL September 11, 1913, daughter of FREDERICK WESSEL. She was born August 31, 1891 in Forreston.
       
Child of SIMON SIECK and ? is:
       i.       HARRIET3 SIECK, m. ? SPARAKAS.

       
Children of SIMON SIECK and ALVERNA WESSEL are:
       ii.       LUCILLE3 SIECK, m. MERRILL KOELLER.
       iii.       MARJORIE SIECK, m. ? BUSKER.


4. FRED G.2 SIECK (FREDERICK CARL1) was born May 14, 1884, and died July 04, 1948 in Freeport, IL. He married BESSIE GUNDRY June 05, 1915 in Rockford. She was born January 18, 1897 in Stockton, and died November 21, 1969 in Freeport, IL.
       
Children of FRED SIECK and BESSIE GUNDRY are:
       i.       JANE3 SIECK, m. WILLIAM MANDRGOC.
       ii.       CHARLES F. SIECK.

Descendants of Frederick Carl Sieck


Generation No. 1

1. FREDERICK CARL1 SIECK He married HERMINE GROENVELD.
       
Children of FREDERICK SIECK and HERMINE GROENVELD are:
2.       i.       HERMAN J.2 SIECK, b. August 29, 1884, Freeport, IL; d. April 14, 1954, Freeport, IL.
3.       ii.       SIMON SIECK, b. December 07, 1879; d. August 03, 1948.
4.       iii.       FRED G. SIECK, b. May 14, 1884; d. July 04, 1948, Freeport, IL.
       iv.       LOUISE SIECK, m. ? BRERETON.
       v.       ? SIECK, d. Bef. July 1948.
       vi.       ? SIECK, d. Bef. July 1948.


Generation No. 2

2. HERMAN J.2 SIECK (FREDERICK CARL1) was born August 29, 1884 in Freeport, IL, and died April 14, 1954 in Freeport, IL. He married (1) LENA MARGARET EATON November 20, 1907 in Freeport, IL, daughter of GEORGE EATON and ANN SAMPLE. She was born January 31, 1885 in Bellefonte, PA, and died August 11, 1924 in Freeport, IL. He married (2) DELLA REYNOLDS December 15, 1925 in Freeport, IL, daughter of CHARLES REYNOLDS and RUTH KINGSBURY. She was born September 03, 1889 in Lanark, and died February 18, 1977 in Freeport, IL.

Notes for HERMAN J. SIECK:
Obituary - Freeport - Wednesday, Aug. 14, 1954
Herman J. Sieck -
Herman J. Sieck, 69, died early this morning at the local hospital. He lived at 915 E. Garden St.
A native of Freeport, Mr. Sieck was born Aug. 29, 1884, the son of Fred and Hermine Sieck. He was a retired pipefitter for the illinois Central Railroad. After his retirement, Mrs. Sieck was custodian at the First English Evangelical and Reformed Church.
In October of 1906 (Note: this conflicts with date of Nov. 20, 1907 that was in Lena's obituary) Mr. Sieck married Lena Eaton, who died Aug. 11, 1924. in December of 1925 he married Della Reynolds, who survives him.
Besides his wife, survivors include a son, Frederick of Dixon; a stepson, Harold Reynolds of Freeport; a sister, Mrs. J.J. Brueton of Rockford; and three grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held in the Burke-Tubbs Funeral Home at 2 p.m. Saturday. The Rev. A. G. Munz, pastor of th First English Evangelical and Reformed Church, will officiate. Interment will be made in Oakland Cemetery. Friends may.....(Remainder of clipping missing)

Notes for LENA MARGARET EATON:
Obituary - Freeport Tuesday, Aug. 12, 1924
Headline - Mrs. H.J. Sieck, High Ave., Found Dead in Home- Death Caused in Gas Fumes; Had Been Ill Several Years.
Despondent over ill health, Mrs. Lena M. Sieck, wife of Herman J. Sieck, 1125 South High avenue ended her life late Monday afternoon by inhaling gas fumes from a stove in the kitchen. Closing all the windows and doors in the house, she turned on all the burners on the gas stove and inhaled the fumes. Fully clothed, her head covered with a blanket and newspapers to prevent the gas from escaping, her lifeless body was found lying on three chairs placed near the gas stove, her head being part way in the oven.
About five years ago she went to a sanatorium for medical treatment and returned apparently in a much improved condition. A year later, however, her health again began to fail, and since that time she has been mentally disturbed and seemed to worry a great deal. Her home life was ideal and members of the family always strove to make life pleasant for her.
Shortly after noon yesterday, Mrs. Sieck telephoned to a friend and at that time she apparently was feeling well, as she stated she expected to make several calls during the next few days. Shortly after 4 o'clock her 16 year-old-son, Fred, came to the house and discovered the windows and doors closed. Fearing that something was wrong in the house he went to the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. G.W. Eaton, 833 South Liberty avenue, and told them he was unable to get into the house. Mrs. J.P. Ward, 829 South Liberty avenue, and a neighbor went to the Sieck residence where, finding all the doors and windows closed, they went to the rear of the house and endeavored to open the kitchen door, as Mrs. Ward was certain the Mrs. Sieck was at home.
Smelling a strong odor of gas, Mrs. Ward and the neighbor, opened the door and entered the house, where they found the body of Mrs. Sieck lying on chairs near the stove.
The windows and doors of the home were thrown open and the body placed on a couch in the living room. Medical aid was immediately called, but the woman had already passed away.
A coroners jury which investigated the cause of here death, found that she came to her death by "asphyxiation by illuminating gas taken with suicidal intent while mentally unbalanced."
Lena Margaret Eaton was born January 31, 1885 at Bellefonte, PA., and during the latter part of the same year, came with her parents to Illinois, the family settling in Orangeville. later the family moved to Freeport where decedent was married on November 20, 1907, to Herman J. Sieck. Mrs. Sieck was a member of the Reformed Church of Orangeville.
Besides her husband, those left to mourn her passing are: a son, Fred, living at home, two brothers, C. F. Eaton, of this city, R. F. Eaton of New York City, and three sisters, Maude M. Helen and Mary Eaton, living with their parents, who also survive, at 833 South Liberty avenue.
Funeral services will be held at 2:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the home of her parents, Mrs. and Mrs. G. W. Eaton, 833 South Liberty avenue, the Rev. Frank C. Sayers, pastor of the Baptist Church officiating. Interment will be made at Oakland cemetery.

Notes for DELLA REYNOLDS:
Obituary - Freeport,IL Saturday, Feb. 19, 1977 - Mrs. Herman Sieck
Funeral service for Mrs. Herman (Della) Sieck who died Friday morning at Freeport Memorial Hospital following a long illness will be held at 1 p.m. Monday at Burke - Tubbs Funeral Home.
The Rev. Orrell Ruth, pastor of First United Methodist Church will officiate. Burial will be in Oakland Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home from 2 to 5 p.m. on Sunday.
She was a member of the First United Methodist Church.
She had lived at the Stephenson Nursing Center since Dec. 1. Prior to that she resided with her son, Harold Reynolds.
Born Sept. 3, 1889, in Lanark, she was the daughter of Charles and Ruth (Kingsbury) Reynolds. She married Herman Sieck on Dec. 15, 1925 at Freeport. He died April 14, 1954.
Surviving in addition to the son is a step-son, Frederick Sieck of Dixon; three grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren and one sister, Mrs. Roy (Henrietta) Wessel Sr. of Freeport. Two sisters and three brothers preceded her in death.
A memerial has been established for the First United Methodist Church.
       
Child of HERMAN SIECK and LENA EATON is:
       i.       FREDERICK R.3 SIECK, b. August 28, 1908, Freeport, IL; d. January 04, 1981, Dixon, IL; m. MARIE NEUMANN, July 17, 1938, Freeport, IL; b. February 02, 1915; d. March 1983, Dixon, IL.

Notes for FREDERICK R. SIECK:
Dixon Evening Telegraph, Monday, Jan 5, 1981 -
Frederick R. Seick, 72, 212 Steele Ave., died Jan4 at KSB Hospital following a long illness. He was a draftsman for Commonwealth Edison for 33 years prior to his retirement in 1970.
He was born Aug. 28, 1908 to Herman and Lena (Eton) Seick, in Freeport. He was married to Marie Neumann in Freeport July 17, 1938.
He served with the United States Navy in World War II and was a member of St. Paul Lutheran Church.
Survivors include his wife.
Funeral will be Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. at St. Paul Lutheran Church with the Rev. William Swarbrick, paster, officiating. Burial will be in Oakwood Cemetery. Visititation will be 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at the JOnes Funeral HOme and after the funeral in the church fellowship hall.
A memorial has been established to the Dixon Public Library.



3. SIMON2 SIECK (FREDERICK CARL1) was born December 07, 1879, and died August 03, 1948. He married (1) ? Bef. September 11, 1913. He married (2) ALVERNA WESSEL September 11, 1913, daughter of FREDERICK WESSEL. She was born August 31, 1891 in Forreston.
       
Child of SIMON SIECK and ? is:
       i.       HARRIET3 SIECK, m. ? SPARAKAS.

       
Children of SIMON SIECK and ALVERNA WESSEL are:
       ii.       LUCILLE3 SIECK, m. MERRILL KOELLER.
       iii.       MARJORIE SIECK, m. ? BUSKER.


4. FRED G.2 SIECK (FREDERICK CARL1) was born May 14, 1884, and died July 04, 1948 in Freeport, IL. He married BESSIE GUNDRY June 05, 1915 in Rockford. She was born January 18, 1897 in Stockton, and died November 21, 1969 in Freeport, IL.
       
Children of FRED SIECK and BESSIE GUNDRY are:
       i.       JANE3 SIECK, m. WILLIAM MANDRGOC.
       ii.       CHARLES F. SIECK.




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