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Saints Peter and Paul Cemetery
Naperville, DuPage County, Illinois

North Ave & N Columbia St
Naperville, IL 60540

Lat: 41° 46' 45"N, Lon: 88° 08' 08"W
Lisle Twp, T38N R10E Sec 18

Cemetery is bordered on the north by Burlington Northern railroad tracks.

This is not a complete listing of burials! The records below were provided by contributors to Cemetery Records Online. Total records = 25.

Contributor's Index:

Bestler, Charles S., b. 19 Nov 1903, d. Dec 1980, bur. 12 Dec 1980, s/o John Anthony Bestler and Mary A. Stoos, Bachelor, [BD]
Bestler, Christopher W., b. Aug 1898, d. 2 Nov 1960, s/o Thomas T. Bestler and Ella M. Bradman, h/o Martha C. Byerski, bur. 4 Nov 1960, [BD]
Bestler, Florence M., b. 17 Aug 1914, La Grange IL, d. 14 Jul 1923, age 9yr, d/o John Anthony Bestler and Mary A. Stoos, bur. 17 Jul 1923, Lady of Lourdes, Gr. 6, Lot 103, Blk 117, Sec. SE, [BD]
Bestler, John Anthony, b. 11 Dec 1865, d. 4 Aug 1937, s/o John Bestler and Nancy A. Miner, h/o Mary A. Stoos, m. 6 Nov 1890, bur. 7 Aug 1937, [BD]
Bestler, Leo G., b. 27 Jan 1895, d. 30 Jun 1959, Western Springs IL, s/o John Anthony Bestler and Mary A. Stoos, h/o Lucille ?? and Josephine Veselka Petrik, bur. 3 Jul 1959, [BD]
Bestler, Martha C. Byerski, b. 1903, d. 1999, bur. 17 Dec 1999, w/o Christopher W. Bestler, [BD]
Bestler, Mary A., b. Mar 1870, d. 4 Jun 1960, Glen Ellyn IL, d/o Andrew Stoos and Jeanette Mary Kreyder, w/o John Anthony Bestler, m. 6 Nov 1890, [BD]
Dowd, Edward Basil, b. Oct 1896, d. 6 May 1934, Berwyn IL, s/o Edward Dowd and Annie Lynn, h/o Jeanette (Janet) M. Bestler., [BD]
Dowd, Natalie Ann, b. 1829, d. 17 Aug 1932, Hinsdale, d/o Edward Basil Dowd and Jeanette (Janet) M. Bestler, "Little Trooper.", [BD]
Kreyder, Amelia, b. Sep 1871, d. 27 Nov 1889, Ashkum IL, [BD]
Kreyder, Charles J., b. 1829, Alsace-Lorraine, Fr., d. 6 Oct 1905, s/o Andrew Kreyder and Maria Louisa Egermann, h/o Louisa Kaefer, m. 14 Jan 1855, [BD]
Kreyder, Edward W., b. 18 Nov 1872, Ashkum IL, d. 24 Apr 1904, Chicago, IL, s/o Charles Kreyder and Louisa Kaefer, h/o Hortense, [BD]
Kreyder, Louisa, b. 22 Jan 1829, Germany, d. 11 Oct 1895, Chicago, IL, d/o Lawrence Kaefer, w/o Charles J. Kreyder, m. 14 Jan 1855., [BD]
Kreyder, Maria Louisa Egermann, b. 1802, Herbstheim, Alsace, Fr., d. Aug 1889, w/o Andrew Kreyder II, [BD]
Kreyder, Samuel Xavier, b. 1831, Alsace-Lorraine, Fr., d. Jan 1883, Naperville, s/o Andrew Kreyder and Maria Louisa Egermann, h/o Magdalene Baker, [BD]
Kreyder, Sibilla A. C., b. 1859, d. 19 Mar 1892, d/o Charles Kreyder and Louisa Kaefer, w/o Perry A. Hull, [BD]
Stoos, Andrew A., b. 10 Oct 1879, d. Aug 1968, s/o Andrew A. Stoos and Jeanette Mary Kreyder, h/o Loretta E. Yender., [BD]
Stoos, Andrew A., b. 27 Apr 1827, Obenheim, Bas-Rhin, Alsace, Fr., d. 13 Nov 1910, s/o Sebastian Stoos and Margaret Knoll, h/o Jeanette Mary Kreyder, m. 17 Jun 1856, bur. 16 Nov 1910, [BD]
Stoos, Berthold, b. 1885, d. 1963, s/o Charles Edward Stoos and Elenora K Kreger, h/o Ethel S., bur. 13 Mar 1963, [BD]
Stoos, Charles Edward, b. 29 Dec 1859, d. 4 Jun 1929, s/o Andrew A. Stoos and Jeanette Mary Kreyder, h/o Elenora K. Kreger, m. 26 Aug 1884., [BD]
Stoos, Elenora K. Kreger, b. 1862, d. 1943, w/o Charles Edward Stoos, [BD]
Stoos, Isabelle Yack, b. Jun 1873, Iroquois Co, IL, d. 1933, MN, w/o William Stoos, [BD]
Stoos, Jeanette Mary, b. 27 Dec 1838, Alsace, Herbstheim, Fr., d. 19 Dec 1920, d/o Andrew Kreyder II and Maria Louisa Egermann, w/o Andrew A. Stoos, m. 17 Jun 1856, [BD]
Stoos, Loretta E., b. May 1882, d. 1957, d/o Joseph Yender and Mary C. Kochley, w/o Andrew A. Stoos, bur. Dec 1857, [BD]
Stoos, William, b. Mar 1864, d. 19 Dec 1930, s/o Andrew A. Stoos and Jeanette Mary Kreyder, h/o Isabelle Yack, [BD]

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