Konieczny Szczech Family History


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151 born in Faszczówka, then Galicia (Austria), later Poland, now Faschivka, Ukraine Kucharska, Katarzyna (I0013)
152 Born in Faszczówka, then Galicia, later Poland, now Faschivka, Ukraine Symbal, Alexander Peter (I0012)
153 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Karlin, Joy Elizabeth (I3013)
154 Came to US Muly 26, 1907 from Bremen Warda, Stanley Casimir (I0153)
155 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F984
156 Catherina Jachymiak B 8 Oct 1807 (Ludzmierz house 35), wed Jacobus Labuda (Kwak?) // Jacobus L parents Petrus and Agnes, Jacob K parents Petrus and Agnes Trutty
Family F987
157 Catherina met and married a man named Peter Kowalski on 4 Aug 1907 at St Cyril and Methodius Church in Chicago. Peter was born in Lasek, only 5 km from Krauszow (but different churches), but I believe that they never met until they were in America. She was 31, and he was 33, and it was the second marriage for both of them. They lived at 1455 W. 47th St in Chicago, which was very close (only 500 meters) to Catherina's sisters who were already in America in 1910. They all
worked at the stock yards, so it is likely that Catherina and Peter met there, or at the local church.

Catherina and Peter had 2 sons: Joseph (1908-1977) and John (1909-1966). (NOTE: John Kowalski was my grandfather) However, sometime between 1910 and 1913, Catherina met one of Peter's friends from Lasek in Chicago. She was shocked to find out from the friend that Peter was already married to a woman in Poland. She thought the man must be mistaken, but he said he was 100% sure because he stood up to the wedding. Catherina then told her priest about the problem, and the information was confirmed with the priest in Klikuszowa. Catherina's marriage to Peter was eventually annulled, and in 1915 she married Joseph Starzyk at St Cyril and Methodius Church in Chicago. Joseph was from Lek (Tarnow, Galicia) and was 9 years younger than she was. Catherina and Joseph had one son William (1915-1996). However, Joseph died in 1931, so Catherina had lost her third husband before age 55. She never remarried.  
Family F1140
158 Catherina was born on 23 Sep 1876 in Krauszow house 76. She had an illegitimate son named Joannes (John) in 1898, but he died as an infant. Also, I am not certain, but I think that Catherina married a man named Rysz in Ludzmierz, perhaps between 1898 and 1905. Most likely, he died sometime between 1900-1905. If this is true, then I believe that I found her US immigration record as Katarzyna Rysz, leaving Antwerp for New York (Ellis Island) from 20-31 May 1905 on the SS Zeeland. She was going to see her friend Josef Zdebski at 707 17th St in Chicago. Catherina and her sister Anna were in a photo circa 1903, probably just before they left for America  Jachymiak, Joannes (I3480)
159 cause of death = cholera, age 1 1/2 Cymbal, Josepha (I2428)
160 cause of death pneumonia Yuknis, Tekle (I3484)
161 cause of death, liver disease due to alcoholism Jachymiak, Leona Lillian (I3476)
162 cause of death: cancer Sojka, Anna (I3428)
163 Cause of Death: Diptheria Cymbal, Marcella (I3097)
164 Cause of Death: Diptheria Cymbal, Maria (I3098)
165 CECILIA T KOTECKI Born Jun 1923 - Died 2008
KALISPELL, MT 59901 (406) 756-7790
Kotecki, Cecelia T (I1833)
166 Changed surname from Cymba? to Cymski when relocated to Gdansk area after WWII Cymski, Jozef (I1936)
167 Changed surname from Cymbal to Cymski when "moved" (transported/relocated) to Gdansk area. Cymski, Jan (I1938)
168 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Ditolla, Charles John (I3014)
169 cholera Cymbal, Josepha (I2428)
170 christened Henricus Sebastyan Ornat, Henry Sebastian (I0239)
171 christened Regina Wanda Ornat, Regina (Virginia) Wanda (I0242)
172 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Ornat, Stanley (I0241)
173 Chrząstowo - USC Śrem 203/1971 Szczepaniak, Florian Wojciech (I3653)
174 Chrzestni: Kacper Pawlak, gospodarz, Kawcze i Franciszka Maciejewska, gospodyni, Binkowo. Taciak, Maceij/Mateusz (I4148)
175 Chrzestni: Marcin Taciak i Marianna Stachowiak, oboje z Pyszący. Taciak, Kacper (I2338)
176 Chrzestni: Paweł Taciak, gospodarz, Binkowo i Franciszka Konieczna, gospodyni, Czmoń. Konieczny, Marianna (I3829)
177 Chrzestni: Walenty Dudek, Zbrudzewo i Marianna Dudziak, Pysząca. Taciak, Jadwiga (I2339)
178 Civil Marriage 17 Oct 1912, Zaniemyśl Family F1105
179 CNIDR Isearch-cgi 1.20.06 (File: 57)
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Researching the following:

Gaspar(Casper) SMOCZYK, son of Stanislaus and Catherine ?, of Kamien,
near Kretkow, Poznan
w. Sofia MARCINKOWSKA b. Miniszew, near Kretkow, Poznan
Son, John SMOCZYK b. 1866 at Miniszew; married Josephine
BLASCZYK b. 1870 at Raszewy, married at Brzostkow in 1890.
John arrived US 1891 and Josephine 1892. Lived Wellsville, NY
until 1900 then to WI. 
Smoczyk, John (I0287)
180 corrected birth year, data from Barb Rohland who found the birth certificate. Konieczny, Thomas Antony (I0021)
181 Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL) - October 30, 1996


Deceased Name: Matthew R. Szczech

Services for Matthew R. Szczech, of Ingleside and formerly of Chicago, will be held at 9 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 30, at K. K. Hamsher Funeral Home, 12 N. Pistakee Lake Road, Fox Lake (in the chapel on the lake), then at St. Bede Catholic Church, Ingleside.

Interment will be in St. Adalberts Cemetery.

Mr. Szczech was an Army Airforce veteran of World War II. He was the former owner of Wrightwood Foods in Chicago.

He was the husband of the late Alice Szczech (nee Banaszak); father of Cynthia (Martin) Warmowski, of Ingleside, Stephen M. Szczech, of Downers Grove and Michael (Wendy) Szczech, of South Carolina; grandfather of Matthew, Jennifer, Allison, and Michelle Warmowski, of Ingleside and Emily Szczech, of South Carolina; brother of Anne (Felix) Tokarz, of Grand Haven, Mich., John (Joyce) Szczech, of California, Joseph (Irene) Szczech and Henry (Loretta) Szczech, both of Chicago and the late Rose Michalak; and uncle of many.

Visitation was held Tuesday at the funeral home.

For information, (847) 587-2100.


Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL)
Date: October 30, 1996
Edition: L1,L2
Page: 2
Record Number: 72872
Copyright (c) 1996 Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL)
Szczech, Matthew Ronald (I0148)
182 Daughter Pat looked up Olga's Birth certificate and it says born on Feb 20, too. Symbol, Olga (I0017)
183 died age 19 Sopiarz, Marianna (I2328)
184 died of cerebral Thrombosis, onset 3 days prior to death on 07 May 1961

Father's name Sopiarz
Mother's (maiden) name Catherine
reprted by Michael Michalina

305 Union St. Taylor, PA  
Sopiarz, Rozalia (I1975)
185 died of old age infirmities
Niklewicz, Mary Martha (I0155)
186 died on the doorstep of his home.
Lee, James Herbert Henry (I0069)
187 Dolsk, Poznan, Poland Płocińska, Katarzyna Kathryn (I2391)
188 enry Sabestyjan Ornat
Minnesota, Death Index
Name: Henry Sabestyjan Ornat
Event Type: Death
Event Date: 21 Apr 1997
Event Place: Robbinsdale, Hennepin, Minnesota
Birth Date: 15 Jun 1913
Birthplace: Minnesota
File Name: 1997-MN-011097 
Ornat, Henry Sebastian (I0239)
189 Felix was born on August 12, 1921 and passed away on Monday, November 22, 2010.
Felix was a resident of Ferrysburg, Michigan at the time of his passing.
Mr. Tokarz graduated from DePaul University in Chicago and went on to study the Russian language at the University of Chicago as part of his military training.
He proudly served his country in the U.S. Army during World War II.
He is survived by his wife Anne.
Friends may meet the family from 3-5 p.m. or 7-9 p.m. on Sunday, November 28, 2010 at VanZantwick Bartels Kammeraad Funeral Home of Grand Haven, with a Rosary Service beginning at 8:30 p.m. The Funeral Mass will be held at 11 a.m. on Monday, November 29, 2010 at St. Marys Catholic Church in Spring Lake with Rev. Fr. Daniel DePew as celebrant. Military rites will be provided by the American Legion Charles A. Conklin Post #28 Honor Guard. Interment will be in Lake Forest Cemetery.
Memorial contributions in honor of Felix may be given to St. Marys School. 
Tokarz, Felix (I0976)
190 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Hayes, Finley Ann (I3037)
191 first could also be John?

Poznan marriage project lists Anton as father for George 
Konieczny, Antoni (I1022)
192 for some reason i Had her middle name as Olga, but Debbie Williams has it as Mildred and her tombstone has a middle initial of M. Symbal, Victoria Mildred (I0037)
193 Frąckowiak Frąckowiak, Antonina (I3853)
194 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F989
195 from Barb Rohland

Found it!

Grandpa Koniecnzy's sister Sophie:

b. 15May1902 Clark Co. WI
d. 25NOV1984 Ramsey Co MN

Sophie Koniecny 1930
Sophie Noren 1936 (Frank Noren)
Sophie Thorpe 1977

I will pull/copy this death certificate next time I am at the Historical Society Library in St. Paul.
Konieczny, Sophia R (I0164)
196 from Bystra (pod Chalanskie) Zawora, Antoni (I2622)
197 from Eau Claire Leader Telegram, Apr 12, 2014


Frances Staron, 97, of Stanley, passed away on Monday, April 7, 2014, at her home with her family by her side and under the care of St. Joseph’s Hospice, Chippewa Falls.

Frances was born on the family farm on March 9, 1917, in the town of Thorp, the daughter of the late Joseph and Josephine (Ciolkosz) Staron. She grew up in the Town of Thorp and attended local rural schools. She then moved to Chicago where she was employed at Sears Roebuck, Bell Telephone, and then the Sunbeam Co. until her retirement when she moved back to Stanley to be with family. She enjoyed sewing, traveling, collecting coins and stamps, journaling and researching genealogy.

Frances is survived by: her dear brother-in-law, Henry Nyckel of Stanley; sister, Laurencia Osowski of Withee; brothers, Fred (June) Staron of Berkley, Ill., Adam (Theresa) Staron of Janesville, and Laurence (Bonnie) Staron of Virginia; sister-in-law, Edith Staron, plus numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.

She is preceded in death by: her parents; sisters, Anne Bania and Adelaide Dums; brothers, John, Sylvester and Edward Staron. Her sister; Eugenia, died two days later on April 9, 2014.

A joint funeral mass for Eugenia Nyckel and Frances Staron will be at 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday, April 16, 2014, at Holy Family Catholic Church in Stanley with Father William Felix officiating. Burial will follow in St. Mary’s Czestochowa Catholic Cemetery. Visitation will be Tuesday from 6 until 8 p.m. at the Plombon Funeral Home with a Legion Auxiliary service and parish rosary at 7:30 p.m. Visitation will continue on Wednesday morning from 9 until 10:15 a.m. at the funeral home. 
Staron, Frances (I0350)
198 From Facebook:

O-W Enterprise
13 hrs ·

Edmond Rohland, age 91, of Withee, passed away surrounded by his loving family on Tuesday, May 29, 2018 at his home under the tender care of St. Croix Hospice of Eau Claire. A Graveside Service with Military Honors provided by Lublin American Legion Post #547, Owen American Legion Post #123 and Owen-Withee Vets Club will be held at 11:00 AM on Saturday, June 2 at Riverside Cemetery in the Town of Hixon. A celebration of Edmond's life will be held following the service at Meadowview Country Club in Owen. 
Rohland, Edmond (I1269)
199 from http://hemerfuneralserviceobituaries.blogspot.com/2017/02/adala-konieczny.html?spref=fb

Adala A. "Tootie" Konieczny, 93, of Medford, passed away Thursday February 16, 2017 at Aspirus Care and Rehab Center in Medford. Adala was born March 19, 1923 in Hortonville, WI to Harold and Margaret (Lippert) Collar. She married Stanley Konieczny on September 30, 1950. Stanley passed away April 2, 2016. She is survived by her children: Kathleen (Bill) Semanko of Junction City, KS, Karen (Lee) Paul of Medford, Linda (Don) Horgen of Almena, Judy Bogdonovich of Stanley, and Daughter in Law Sally Konieczny of Owen, Brother Donald Collar of Neenah, 14 Grandchildren, 3 Step Grandchildren, 35 Great Grandchildren, and 1 Great Great Grandchild. She is further preceded in death by her son Ronnie Konieczny, siblings: Louis, Willard, Victor, Francis and Eugene, infant brother Carl and sister Marion. Adala loved spending time with those closest to her heart, especially her grandchildren and great grandchildren. She enjoyed watching the Brewers, spending time in her garden and traveling to different casinos. She also enjoyed the occasional glass or two of beer and wine. She took pleasure in traveling and taking trips to visit family. She loved music and played guitar and sang with her brothers. She spent most of her life at home raising her kids or working on the farm. She worked for a number of years at Master Package, in Owen, before retiring. Cremation rites have been accorded, a celebration of life will take place at a later date. Burial of cremated remains will take place at The Maplehurst Cemetery. Hemer Funeral Service of Medford and Rib Lake has been entrusted with arrangements. Online condolences can be left at www.hemerfuneralservice.com 
Collar, Adala A. (I0161)
200 from http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=11885270#.U4mmLGwNbMU.facebook

Birth: Oct. 9, 1945
Cook County
Illinois, USA
Death: Apr. 14, 2002
Anchorage Borough
Alaska, USA

U.S. Army

Anchorage Daily News April 17, 2002

Big Lake resident MARSHALL R. SYMBOL, 56, died at his home April 14, 2002, due to complications of cancer. A service will be at 3 p.m. Saturday at the Faith Bible Fellowship in Big Lake, with Pastor Ethan Hansen officiating. A public visitation will be 2-3 p.m. Pallbearers will be Chester Malanowski, LeRoy Symbol, Robert Kottre, Charlie Bare, Kevin McCann, Nick Muntean, Tom Stalting and Jeff Walters. Mr. Symbol was born Oct. 9, 1945, in Chicago, Ill. He completed high school, then served two tours of duty in Vietnam. He moved to Alaska in 1982, living in Anchorage until 1990. He then moved to the Big Lake area. Mr. Symbol was employed as a carpenter most of his life. He had been the owner of One Way Builders and had worked on remodeling buildings in the Anchorage area such as the Country Village Mall, Crisis Pregnancy Center and the Anchorage Christian Center. He also did new construction and many private remodels in Anchorage and the Mat-Su Valley, and he did the renovation of the ORCA Adventures Lodge in Cordova in 1999-2000. He was a member of the Anchorage Christian Center from 1983-1989 and a member and Deacon of the Faith Bible Fellowship in Big Lake from 1990-2001. His family stated: ''Marshall enjoyed being with his family. He enjoyed shooting pool and had a table in his home. He spent many hours playing pool with friends and family. '' 'Yo' was his trademark and favorite word, along with his American flag bandana, leather coat, engineer boots and belt buckle worn on his left side. He was extremely patriotic. If you were his friend, you knew you would never go hungry or homeless because he always made time for those in need.'' He is survived by his wife, Patricia Symbol; children, LeRoy Symbol, Laura Snodgress and Lolly Symbol; grandchildren, Colton Symbol, Charity, Shea and Kaya Snodgress; and step-grandchildren, Justin and Heather Grimes. Memorial donations may be made to Good News For Asia, P.O. Box 220404, Anchorage 99522-0404. Arrangements were by Valley Funeral Home & Crematory of Wasilla.

Fort Richardson National Cemetery
Fort Richardson
Anchorage Borough
Alaska, USA
Plot: Section L, Site 183

Created by: Teresa L. Watson
Record added: Oct 04, 2005
Find A Grave Memorial# 11885270 
Symbol, Marshall Ray (I0034)

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