Dates of birth and death of Eastland passengers


Jun 1, 2005
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Could anyone tell me the dates of birth and death
of the following people:

Alfred Edward Anderson ( Date of birth )
Harry Baia ( Date of birth )
Harry D.Bergquist ( Date of birth )
Joseph W.Betlack ( Date of birth )
Harry Bolt ( Date of birth and death )
Josef A.Brychta ( Date of birth )
Catherine Dubek ( Date of birth )
Harry Engenhart ( Date of birth )
William Engenhart ( Date of birth and death )
William Alexander Feehan ( Date of birth )
Edward Henry Garner ( Date of birth )
Martha A.Hoffman ( Date of birth )
Antoinetta Inciardi ( Date of birth )
Gustaf Ander Johnson ( Date of birth )
Frederick Kain ( Date of birth )
Sebastian J.Kleifges ( Date of birth )
Frank Leff ( Date of birth )
Frank Leff Jr. ( Date of birth )
Joseph Lepine ( Date of birth )
John J.Lyons ( Date of birth )
Paul Marton Sr. ( Date of birth )
Irene McDonald ( Date of birth and death )
George Michalec ( Date of birth )
Thomas Perich ( Date of birth )
Marie Plamondon ( Date of birth and death )
Irene Plamondon ( Date of birth and death )
Edwin K.Plamondon ( Date of birth and death )
William A.Rossow Sr. ( Date of birth )
Marie Rossow ( Date of birth )
Ruth Rossow ( Date of birth )
William A.Rossow Jr. ( Date of birth )
George Albert Sindelar ( Date of birth )
Josephine Sindelar ( Date of birth )
Adella Sindelar ( Date of birth )
Albert Sindelar ( Dare of birth )
George Sindelar Jr. ( Date of birth )
Sylvia Sindelar ( Date of birth )
William Sindelar Jr. ( Date of birth )
Bertha Skala ( Date of birth )
Edwin Skala ( Date of birth )
Joseph A.Suerth ( Date of birth and death )
John Thomas ( Date of birth and death )
Henry H.Thyer ( Date of birth )
Helen M.Thyer ( Date of birth )
Harry G.Thyer ( Date of birth and death )
John Uebel ( Date of birth )
Frank Vavra ( Date of birth )
Emil Zak ( Date of birth )
 
Feb 7, 2005
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You may be able to get some of the information you're looking for by contacting someone at this site: http://www.eastlanddisaster.org/

The 90th anniversary of the Eastland disaster was this past Saturday, July 24. Often referred to as "the Titanic of the Great Lakes," the Eastland rolled over while loading passengers in Chicago; 844 died, mostly women and children.

While touring Chicago several years ago we unexpectedly came upon the site of this tragedy. A bronze plaque marks the spot where the Eastland was berthed. It was a moving experience to stand a few feet from where so many lost their lives.

Denise
 

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