Obit: Bauer, Helen Katherine Yndogliato (1908 - 1951)
Surnames: Bauer, Erpenbach, Peters, Heartt, Troeinsky
----Source: Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 2 Augl 1951, p. 47, Willmette Public Library Newspapers, Family Photos from the Wilmette, IL Historical Museum
Helen K. Bauer of 1915 Central Avenue, Wilmette, died July 29. Mrs. Bauer was born October 7*, 1908. Burial was at All Saints' Cemetery. Surviving Mrs. Bauer are her husband,:
Edward Michael Bauer (1909 - 1979); her daughter, Margaret Elizabeth; and her mother, Mrs. Barbara Yndogliato of Neillsville, Wisconsin. Also surviving are five sisters; Mrs. Theresa Troeinsky, Miss Elizabeth Yndogliato, and Mrs. Margaret Erpenbach, all of Glendive, Montana, Mrs. Rose Heartt [sic] of Highland Park, and Mrs. Leona Peters of 606 Fifteenth Street, Wilmette: and two brothers, Thomas and John Yndogliato, both of Neillsville, Wisconsin.
Burial: All Saints Catholic Cemetery and Mausoleum , Des Plaines, Cook County, Illinois, USA
*Some records say Helen was born 2 Oct 1908.
Bauer, Helen Katherine Yndogliato (1908 - 1951)
Birth: Oct. 7, 1908
Death: Jul. 29, 1951
Daughter of Angelo & Barbara (Irlmeier) Yndogliato
Married 02/14/1942 in Wilmette, Cook, Illinois
Mother of Margaret Elizabeth and sister of Theresa Troeinsky, Elizabeth, Margaret Erpenbach, Rose Heartt, Leona Peters, Thomas, John
1930 Federal Census, Evanston, Cook, Illinois, United States
Name: Helen K Yndogliato, single, white female
Father's Birthplace: Italy
Mother's Birthplace: Germany
Household Role Gender Age Birthplace
Urban M Foerster Head M 35 Illinois
Henrietta K Foerster Wife F 36 Illinois
Urban M Foerster Jr. Son M 5 Illinois
Carl J Foerster Son M 1 Illinois
Joseph A Reis Father-in-law M 68 Illinois
Margaret Reis Mother-in-law F 66 Illinois
Helen K Yndogliato Servant F 21 Wisconsin
Helen K Yndogliato Bauer is sitting on the tractor in the photo above
We believe Helen and Eddie Bauer are standing to the right in the photo above
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