Sunday, November 25, 2018

The Jungers Family (7 Generations)

The Jungers Family (7 generations) My husband's maternal grandmother's line.

Jungers Name Meaning

Jungers is a name for a young person or the junior member of a family or community, being derived from the German word "jung" which means "young." 


Thomas Domonic Jungers
b. 1719 d. Unknown

married in 1739

Anna Marie Angelsberg
b. Unknown d. 1745 

6th great-grandparents of husband

Places lived: Luxembourg

Henrici Jungers
b. 1739 d. October 14th, 1805

married in 1768

Anna Meysenburg
b. 1745 d. Unknown

5th great-grandparents of husband

Places Lived: Luxembourg

Antoine Jungers
b. 1779 d. Unknown

married in 1808

Elizabeth Wirth
b. 1785 d. Unknown

4th great-grandparents of husband

Places Lived: Luxembourg

Charles Jungers
b. June 9th, 1810 d. 1895

married on April 15th, 1863

Marie  Soisson
b. October 3rd, 1839 d. Unknown

3rd great-grandparents of husband

Places Lived: Luxembourg

John Peter Jungers
b. April 29th, 1870 d. July 6th, 1954

Arrival to the United States circa 1889/90

married in 1901

Rosallia Sziller
b. September 6th, 1880 d. 1965

Arrival to the United States circa 1896/97

2nd great-grandparents of husband

Places Lived: Luxembourg. Hungary. North Dakota.

1910 US Census

1910 City Directory 

1920 US Census

1930 US Census

1940 US Census

Frank Nick Jungers
b. January 11th, 1902 d. January 1969


Elizabeth Agnes Becker
b. April 21st, 1902 d. April 22nd, 1984

great-grandparents of husband

Places Lived: North Dakota. Oregon.

Wedding of Frank Nick and Elizabeth Jungers

Frank Nick Jungers

 1930 Census

1940 Census

Grave of Frank Nick and Elizabeth Jungers

Marlene JoAnn Jungers
b. June 28th, 1932 d. June 17th, 2015

married for sixty-one years on November 14th, 1953

Arthur Dillon
b. private p. present

grandparents of husband

Places lived: North Dakota. California. Saudi Arabia. Oregon.
Wedding of Arthur and Marlene Dillon


Marlene “Grandee” Dillon, a long-time resident of Eugene, died peacefully in Arlington, TX the morning of Tuesday the 17th of June with her husband and three adult children by her side. Born June 28th 1932 in Regent, North Dakota, Marlene (nee Jungers) moved to Eugene as a young child. She attended St. Mary grammar and St. Francis High School graduating in 1950. She worked at Consolidated Freight Lines in Eugene where she met her future husband Arthur Edwin Dillon. They were married November 14th 1953. The Dillons traveled often in their young married life; living in Eugene then moving to Saudi Arabia where Arthur worked for ARAMCO. Arthur and Marlene traveled throughout Europe and the Middle East. They returned home to Eugene in 1960 but moved again to a suburb of Los Angeles for most of the 1960s. They finally returned to Eugene in 1969 to raise their family of four. They have lived in the same home for over 46 years. While the children were in school, Marlene worked as a bookkeeper for the Orthopedic and Fracture Clinic for over a decade and later worked for Women’s Health Care before her retirement. Marlene enjoyed entertaining her large group of friends along with traveling and visiting her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. She is survived by her husband Arthur, three of her children; Cindy Wright (Kerry), Arthur Michael Dillon (Melissa) and Dr. Christopher Dillon (Jee); nine grandchildren and two great grandchildren. She is preceded in death by daughter Lori Jepson. Visitation will be held at St. Mary Catholic Church in Eugene on June 24, 2015 from 10:00 to Noon with a Mass of Christian Burial to follow at 12:15. This is the same church she has attended since she was a small child. A committal service will follow at Mt. Calvary Cemetery in Eugene.

Grandees Grave 

Happy genealogy researching,

-Kiki Nakita-

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