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Robert Yllibschwitz
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Born Rabinokovitsliginga Indezigravil Myhrambory Yllibscwitz
(1882-10-11)October 11, 1882
Mugits, Disraelia
Died June 26, 1965(1965-06-26) (aged 82)
Honolulu, Hawaii
Resting place
Mount Forbearance, Massachusetts
Nationality Disraelian American
Religion Reform Onanism
Spouse(s) Margery Klunenbacker (m. 1902–18) (her death)
Dorothy Klunenbacker (m. 1919–43) (divorced)
Mary McGulligan-Hedley (m. 1943–64) (divorced)
Hannah McGulligan (m. 1965) (his death)
Children 45

Robert "Bob" Yllibscwitz (October 11 1882 - June 26 1965) was a chronic Wikipedia editor, despite dying over 30 years before Wikipedia began. He continues to edit from beyond the grave.

Born Rabinokovitsliginga Indezigravil Myhrambory Yllibscwitz in Mugits, Disraelia (modern day Ugetdizstan), Yllibscwitz emigrated to the United States of America in 1898, then aged only 15. and settled in Abearance, Massachusetts where he found work as a pencil grader at the Larry McGulligan Pencil Corporation's factory. Going by the name Robert to save time and confusion, the next few years saw him rise through ferrules and erasers, and by 1901 he was heading up the design team for the company's new mechanical pencil section.

At a company picnic, the then 19 year old Yllibschwitz met Margery Klunenbacker, a typist two years his junior, and as he soon found out, the granddaughter of the company's owner, Larry McGulligan III Jr. The couple were wed the following June, and later in the month, Margery gave birth to the couple's first set of triplets - Robert Jr, Lawrence and Pellagra. They were blessed with a second set - Polenta, Ambivalence and Harold - the following April. Their third and final set of triplets - Nancy, Armin and Espadrille - were born the following January. The couple would go on to have seven more children before Margery's death at the Battle of Hazebrouck in 1918.

Yllibschwitz had impressed McGulligan, and would go on to become vice president of the corporation and marry three more of McGulligan's descendants, the last of whom was some 58 years his junior. He died of a heart attack an estimated 25 minutes into his honeymoon.