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101 akt 6 z 10.1., USC Dalewo, świadek Andrzej Szczepaniak (ojciec) Szczepaniak, Kacper (I3825)
 
102 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Borzecka, Anna (I1816)
 
103 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Szczech, Bronislaw (I1802)
 
104 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Dlugopolska, Rozalia (I1803)
 
105 alias Malancorz Szczech, Ludwik (I2021)
 
106 alias or house name = Grzes Borzecki, Jan (I1812)
 
107 alias or house name = Pawlowa Szczech, Rozalia (I1800)
 
108 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Cison, Ludwik (I2054)
 
109 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Jachymiak, Anna (I2137)
 
110 alias or house name = Ciekus Szczech, Bronislaw (I1798)
 
111 alias or house name = Ciekuska Czaja, Agnieszka (I1797)
 
112 alias or house name = Cienkuska Szczech, Antonina (I2064)
 
113 alias or house name = Cienkuska Długopolska, Antonina (I2066)
 
114 alias or house name = Florek Długpolski, Jan (I2065)
 
115 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Szczech, Franciszek (I2124)
 
116 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Szczech, Jan (I2149)
 
117 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Szczech, Rozalia (I2153)
 
118 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Sojka, Władysław Jan (I2214)
 
119 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Chryc, Aniela (I2191)
 
120 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Szczech, Andrzej (I2091)
 
121 alias or house name = Labuda Sojka, Antonina (I2212)
 
122 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Szczech, Aniela (I2220)
 
123 alias or house name = Malancorz Szczech, Jozef (I0107)
 
124 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Szczech, Maria (I2053)
 
125 alias or house name = Malancorz Szczech, Józef (I2123)
 
126 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Hyc, Jacek (I2232)
 
127 alias or house name = Pacpalok Jachymiak, Franciszek (I2067)
 
128 alias or house name = Panoska Landowska, Franciska (I2105)
 
129 alias or house name = Pawlowa Cison, Rozalia (I1799)
 
130 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Szczech, Jan (I2154)
 
131 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Szczech, Maria (I2213)
 
132 alias or house name = Tulacowa Szczepaniak, Genowefa (I2052)
 
133 alias or house name = Tulacowa Szczech, Zofia (I2122)
 
134 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Kotecki, Aloysius J (I1835)
 
135 Also Spelled Agnetem Hajder on birth record. Haider, Agnes Dorothy (I0104)
 
136 alt birthplace Vejle, Denmark
 
Ammentorp, Martin Andersen (I1398)
 
137 Alt Sep 1847, Debno, Wielkopolskie, Poland
 
Jankowski, Michael (I2871)
 
138 Alternate 3 Jul 1915, Chicago, Cook, IL Family F086
 
139 Aniela or Nellie Wos, Angela (I1627)
 
140 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F986
 
141 Anna Jachymiak was born on 25 Mar 1880 in Krauszow house 76. Before she immigrated to the US, she and her sister Catherina took a photo circa 1903 (Photo 1). She immigrated to the US approximately 1904 and returned to Poland in 1907, then immigrated again from Bremen to New York (Ellis Island) from 27 Oct 1909 on the SS Kronzprinz Wilhelm. The next time I find Anna in the records, she is living with her sisters Magdalena, Victoria, and Leona in 1910 at 4523 S. Laflin St in Chicago. They are all working as canners in the packing house of the stock yards. (a canner is someone who puts the meat into cans) This would have been difficult work, standing for long
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hours and low wages. But, this was a typical job for Polish people who had just come to America, and they would save their money to make a better life.

Anna was multi-talented and had several different jobs during her life. She was a midwife and a massage therapist. She also lived with a doctor's family as a live-in chef for many years. One of Anna's great-nieces remembers that Anna made the best applesauce. She was very successful and was able to save money. However, she never married. She was always helping out everyone in the family, acting like a surrogate mother to all the Jachymiaks who were in Chicago. She would pass out small packages of gum to her nieces and nephews whenever there was a family gathering.

Anna was naturalized as a US citizen on 19 Jan 1939. She continued to work for many years in a variety of jobs. When her sister Catherina became ill and was close to death, Anna went to Resurrection Cemetery to buy two plots, one for each of them. Anna's nephew Elmer Papes was with her at the time, but he stayed in the car while Anna went into the office.

A few years later, Anna became ill, and she lived with Elmer Papes' family for a few months before her death. She died on 1 Jan 1966 and is buried in Resurrection Cemetery next to her sister Catherina.
 
Jachymiak, Anna (I3472)
 
142 Anne Elizabeth Tokarz 1922 - 2014
Mrs. Anne Elizabeth Tokarz, age 92, of Ferrysburg passed away Tuesday, December 16, 2014, at Heartwood Lodge in Spring Lake.

She was born July 3, 1922, in Chicago to John and Mary (Bernas) Szczech.

She married Felix J.

Tokarz on October 5, 1952, in Chicago.

Anne graduated in 1941 from Lindblom High School in Chicago, then went on to attend the Business School of Chicago, and later graduated from Daniels Beauty Academy of Muskegon in 1967. She was a hairstylist for over 50 years and was the owner of her own salon, Petite Beauty Salon, for 20 of those years. Before entering the beauty industry, she held a position as a secretary for the Officers Signal Corps of Chicago during the war.

Anne was a member of St. Mary's Catholic Church in Spring Lake, where she was active in several parish and school functions, including the Women's Club and Senior Choir. Anne had sung in church choirs since she was in the fourth grade, and even traveled to Rome and sang for the Pope.

With her creative flair for life, she especially enjoyed the arts and culture, and was a member of the Lakeland Painters and the Tri-Cities Garden Club.

She loved being a mother and grandmother, and was known for her smile and her "famous" butter pound cake.

She is survived by her daughter, Mary Anne DeMarse; sons: Ken (Marcia) Tokarz, Dan (Elia) Tokarz and Ron Tokarz; 16 grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; and sister-in-law, Irene Szczech.

She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Felix; sister, Rose; and brothers: Matt, John, Henry and Joseph Szczech.

A funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, December 20, 2014, at St.

Mary's Catholic Church in Spring Lake with the Rev. Father David Gross officiating. Visitation will be from 5-8 p.m. Friday, December 19, 2014, at VanZantwick Bartels Kammeraad Funeral Home in Grand Haven, with a Rosary service at 8 p.m. Interment will take place in Lake Forest Cemetery.

Memorial contributions in memory of Anne may be given to St. Mary's School. Please sign the family's online guestbook at www.vbkfuneralhome.com.

The family is being served by VanZantwick Bartels Kammeraad Funeral Home of Grand Haven.
Grand Haven Tribune (MI) - Thursday, December 18, 2014
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Anne Elizabeth Tokarz 1922 - 2014 
Szczech, Anne Elizabeth (I0975)
 
143 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Ornat, Anthony Raymond (I2496)
 
144 atl burial Edison Cemetery, Holloway, MN
 
Konieczny, Mary (I4363)
 
145 Baptismal sponsors, Frank Hajder and Bernice Langewicz Konieczny, Agnes Delores (I0025)
 
146 Basińska Basinska, Rozalia (I2649)
 
147 BIO: https://www.wiclarkcountyhistory.org/4data/92/92465.htm

Bio: Langiewicz, Alexander and Evelyn (Rogalski)
Contact: Stan

----Source: Thorp Courier, Lani Barteltt & Nancy Cuyle

Surnames: Bonczyk, Langiewicz, Rogalski





Alexander and Evelyn (Rogalski) Langiewicz





The Wedding of Alexander & Evelyn (Rogalski) Langiewicz

January 14, 1919

(Click on photo to enlarge)

This joyful wedding took place at St. Hedwig's Catholic Church in Poznan, Clark Co., WI. Clarice Rode (daughter) has identified: 1. John Broda 2. Evelyn 3. Alexander 4. Sophie Stevens 5. ? 6. Evelyn Rogalski (same name, different person) 7. ? 8. ? 9. ? 10. ? ll. Bill Langiewicz 12. Veronica Langiewicz 13. Joseph Lang.





Alexander Langiewicz was born Dec. 22, 1894 to Joseph and Josepha/Josephine Langiewicz who emigrated to Clark Co., Wisconsin about 1889. and died in Sept. of 1976. Josepha/Josephine was born 15 Jan 1860 in Poland and died 17 Jan 1931 at the home of her son, Alexander. She died of a stroke.



At various times he resided in Longwood, Maplehurst, Redville, and Withee, WI. Evelyn and Alex had a family of eleven children.


Joseph died 24 July 1927 at his home in Withee. Both are buried at St Hedwig's Cemetery, Thorp, Withee Township



On a 1900 census for Withee, Clark Co., Wisconsin the following Langiewicz family are listed: Joseph, Josephine, Valentine, Adam, Joseph, Katherine, Alexander, Sophia, and Verona.



Researcher's Notes



During WW I there is a Walenty Langiewicz, from Thorp, Wisconsin (Pg 199 Vol. 1) listed as a member of the Polish Army in France, called "Haller's Army-from the Polish Genealogical Society of America comes the following statement "An estimated 20,000 Polish persons answered the call to fight for freedom and the opportunity to regain Poland's independence during World War I in the Polish Army in France (in Polish Armia Polska we Francyi). They were recruited from among the Polish immigrants who came to America to fight with France."



On a 1920 census for Thorp Twnsp, Clark Co, Wi the following family members of the Alexander Langiewicz family are listed:

Alexander, head, male, married, age 25,white,born in New York, common laborer, parents born in Poland



Evelin, wife, female, married, age 18, white, born in Wis., parents born Poland



*Julia, mother, female, widowed, age 64,white,immigration unknown, born in Poland, parents born in Poland

*Lani/note 2/2006 I believe the census taker was mistaken and her name should have been Josepha/Josephine


On another 1920 census for Withee Twnsp., Clark Co., Wi Joseph (the son) Langiewicz is listed as follows:



Bonczyk, Frances head, female, widow, age 30,white,born in Minn, farmer, parents born in Germany/Poland



Bonczyk Stella, daughter, female, single, age 5,white,born in Wisconsin, father born in Wisconsin, mother born in Minnesota



Bonczyk, Frank, son, male, single, age 4,white born in Wisconsin, father born in Minnesota



Bonczyk Mike, son, male, single, age 1, born in Wisconsin, father born in Wisconsin, father born in Wisconsin, mother born in Minnesota



Langiewicz, Joseph, brother in law, male, married, age 30, imm unknown, born in Russia/Poland, laborer in lumber mill, parents born Russia/Poland



Langiewicz, Bernice, sister, female, married, age 24, born in Minnesota, parents born in Russia/Poland



Langiewicz Sophia, niece, female, single, age 3, born in Minnesota, father born in Russia/Poland, mother born in Minnesota



Langiewicz Teresa, niece, single, age 1, born in Wisconsin, father born in Russia/Poland, mother born in Minnesota



On a 1930 census for Withee Twnsp,Clark Co,Wi the following family members of the Alexander Langiewicz family are listed:



Alexander,head,male,married,age 33,white,born in New York,dairy farmer, parents born in Poland



Eva, wife, female, married, age 28, white, born in Wisconsin, parents born in Poland



William, son, male, single, age 10, white, born in Wisconsin, father born in New York, mother born in Wisconsin



Dolores, daughter, female, single, age 8,white,born in Wisconsin, father born in New York, mother born in Wisconsin



Leona, daughter, female, single, age 5,white,born in Wisconsin, father born New York, mother born in Wisconsin



Clarise, daughter, female, single, age 3,white,born in Wisconsin, father born in New York, mother born in Wisconsin



Henrietta, daughter, female single, age 2,white,born in Wisconsin, father born in New York, mother born in Wisconsin



Alexander, son, male, single, age 1/12,white,born in Wisconsin, father born in New York, mother born in Wisconsin



Josephine, mother, female, widowed, age 78,white,imm 1890,born in Poland, both parents born in Poland



After Joseph's death in 1927 it seems his wife, Jozefa/Josephine lived out her life in the home of her son, Alexander Langiewicz until her death in 1931.



From an obituary of George Konieczny dated 27 Jan 1930 comes the following information:

George Konieczny, aged 79 years and 10 months died at the home of his son, Joseph, in the town of Withee, Clark Co, Wi of bronchial pneumonia on Monday Jan 27,1930,after an illness of eight days.



Mr. Konieczny was born in Poland, March 29,1850. In 1877 he was united in marriage to Mary Mikoliwicz, Nine children blessed this union, six of whom survive. The couple arrived in America in 1880 spending about seven years in Pennsylvania and twelve years in St Paul, Minn and located in Thor! p on a farm about thirty years ago.



Besides his wife, he leaves to mourn three sons, Frank and Joe of Thorp, Wis. and Michael of Denver, Colo. and three daughters, Mrs. Joe Langiewicz of Thorp, Wis. and Mrs. Mary Lee and Miss Sophia Konieczny of Minneapolis, two step-brothers, Luke Stuk of New Brighton, Minn and Simon Stuk of Iron River, Mich. Anton Haider of Minneapolis and all the children excepting Michael of Colorado, were here to attend the funeral, which took place at St Hedwig's Church on Wednesday of last week. Rev F. A. Kulig officiating. Interment following in the church cemetery.



Although both the bios of Joseph and Josepha/Josephine Langiewicz state they are buried in St Hedwig's Cemetery the only two listed are as follows:

Langiewicz,Alex b 22 Dec 1894 died Sept 1976 wife Eva

Langiewicz Eva b. 1901 died 1957 husband Alexander



Family Notes



Alexander is one of Adam Langiewicz’s younger siblings. When Rose Malinowski Langiewicz accompanied her mother, Anna, to Thorp in about 1927– Rose apparently did not go on with Anna to Chicago to see Anna’s sister, Veronica. It’s possible she was making a connection with Adam’s family. This is the only known return trip to Thorp of any family members since they left for Washington in 1901. Adam left to join the Army in 1895, Rose would only have been 2 years old. It’s unknown how he met Rose.

Emily Airhart (Rose's niece) remembers Adam's sister Mary. The kids called her Auntie Kinish". She was always very good to the children. She used to always come to the haying potlucks at the Malinowski ranch. Emily’s mother, Soph, said Mary would sweetly say to those coming to the table "Eat all you want 'dahlink', I made it myself." (when she hadn’t made anything). Nancy Cuyle.



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Langiewicz, Alexander Joseph (I1605)
 
148 BIO: https://www.wiclarkcountyhistory.org/4data/92/92465Langiewicz.htm

Bio: Langiewicz, Adam
Contact: Stan

----Source: Nancy Cuyle, Aberdeen Daily World, Aberdeen, Wash.

Surnames: Langiewicz, MacArthur, Rogalski

Adam Langiewicz, Thorp, Clark Co., WI


HUSBAND SERVED BOTH MACARTHURS

The death of Gen. Douglas Macarthur stirred some fond memories for Rose Langiewicz, 1309 N. Washington St.

Mrs. Langiewicz is the widow of Adam J. Langiewicz who under both the late General MacArthur and his father, Gen. Arthur MacArthur.

Mr. Langiewicz was only 14 years old when he enlisted in the Spanish-American War from Wisconsin.

"He was a big, husky farm boy," his widow related, "and looked older than his years. He wanted to enlist and his father signed the papers for him."

Serving in the Philippines turned out to be an unforgettable experience for the you Wisconsin farm lad as he became Gen. Arthur MacArthur’s orderly.

When World War I broke out, Langiewicz enlisted in the Army from Aberdeen and served uder Gen. Douglas MacArthur. The Aberdeen man fought in France and served in the Army for five years, remaining in the government. He was discarged a lieutenant.

Mr. Langiewicz had know young Douglas at the time he was serving as the father’s orderly.


"He used to say," his widow recalled, "that the MacArthurs treated him like one of the family."

A jetty builder by occupation, Mr. Langiewicz worked on both South Beach and Crescent City jetties.

He and his wife lived in California for a number of years, and Mr. Langiewicz died in Los Angeles in 1944. His widow moved back to Aberdeen shortly thereafter.

While they were living in California the couple read in the paper that Gen. Arthur MacArthur had retired and was living in La Jolla.


"My husband, " Mrs. Langiewicz remembered, "was determined to pay a visit to the general. I was not in favor of it. So many years had gone by and the general had known so many people that I was afraid he wouldn’t remember my husband.

"But we drove to La Jolla. I waited in the car while my husband went up to the house. General MacArthur came to the door and said immediately, "Why, how are you, Adam?"

We were invited to come into the house, and had lunch and a very good visit. They were wonderful people. In my husband’s opinion, both of the MacArthurs were the finest of men.

"And I," she added, "am very proud of my husband’s war record." 
Langiewicz, Adam (I1604)
 
149 BioA: Anyzewski, Florian & Maryanna (Gold - 1939)
Poster: Stan
Email: posted4u@charter.net

Surnames: Anyzewski

Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 08/24/1939

Anyzewski, Florian & Maryanna (Gold - 19 AUG 1939)

Mr. and Mrs. Florian Anyzewski who have been residents of this community (Thorp, Clark Co., Wis.) for the past forty-two years, celebrated their golden wedding with relatives and friends here on Saturday, Aug. 19th, 1939. A nine o’clock mass was sung by Father Adamiak in commemoration of the event and St. Hedwig’s Catholic Church was beautifully decorated with palms, flowers, etc., to fit the occasion, gold decorations predominating.

Festivities were continued throughout the day at the home of the honored couple and at the Jos. Pawlak and Frank Anyzewski homes.

Mr. and Mrs. Florian Anyzewski were married in New York on Aug. 19, 1889. They spent three years of their married life in that city and the following five years in Chicago, before coming to Thorp, where they have since resided. The Anyzewski’s farmed for many years northeast of Thorp and later became interested in business in the village. They are now retired and enjoying life in a quiet way among friends and neighbors who join “The Courier” in wishing them health and happiness in continued abundance.

Visitors from away who were here to attend the anniversary celebration were: Mr. and Mrs. M. Michalski, Norbert and Jerome Michalski, Mrs. Tillie LaSota, and Frank Bokina, of Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Palak, Milwaukee; M.E. Razner, Stevens Point and Mr. and Mrs. H. Husting and daughter Kathleen of Milwaukee.

 
Family F687
 
150 born Czeslaw Ornat, Chester Benjamin (I0240)
 

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