Konieczny Szczech Family History

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201 Godfather: (George) Adalberto Konieczny
Godmother: Julianna Wilczek 
Sztuk, Maria (I2392)
 
202 Godfather: Franciscus Danielski
Godmother: Josephina Zywicka 
Sztuk, Antoni (I2394)
 
203 Godfather: Frank Haider
Godmother: Bernice Lugiewicz 
Konieczny, Agnes Delores (I0025)
 
204 Godfather: Joannes Szuta
Godmother: Anna Szuta 
Sztuk, Felix (I2395)
 
205 Godfather: Joseph Wos
Godmother: Agnes Przeszutek 
Haider, Agnes Dorothy (I0104)
 
206 Godfather: Lucas Sztuk
Godmother: Francisca Nadolna 
Konieczny, Frances (I0226)
 
207 Godfather: Petrus Hajder
Godmother: Maria Lee 
Konieczny, Thomas Antony (I0021)
 
208 Godfather: Raymond Julkowski
Godmonther: Louise Haider
 
Haider, Marcella Angela (I0237)
 
209 Godfather: Raymond Julkowski
Godmother: Louise Haider 
Haider, Lorraine Delores Joan (I0236)
 
210 Godfather: Stephanus Wilczek
Godmother: Josephina Landowska 
Konieczny, Bernice (I0070)
 
211 godparents Józef Norwicki and Wiktoria Kilińska Rzetelny, Anna (I1599)
 
212 godparents Michał Kilinski and Maria Zaboka

Michał wife is Wiktoria Każimierska, in apr 1897 daughter Agnieszka. THey lived in Sobieski Park, source Rose S. 
Rzetelny, Martin G. (I0146)
 
213 godparents Wojciech Zagórski (wife is Maria Derenda) and Józefa Nogacka
 
Rzetelny, Josephine (I0170)
 
214 Godparents, Zacharias Fedyshyn and Anastasia Okonska
Delivered: Melania Hrycaj

http://dvasela.at.ua/photo/27-0-1712-3 
Kucharska, Katarzyna (I0013)
 
215 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Walkowiak, Teodozja (I4068)
 
216 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Taciak, Bożena (I4072)
 
217 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Taciak, Jan Marian (I4092)
 
218 Godparents: Janina Taciak; Bożydar, Franciszek Tomczak; Kromolice Tomczak, Henryka Maria (I4006)
 
219 Godparents: Wojciech Sztuk, wyrobnik i Marianna Konieczna, okupniczka; Antoni Konieczny i Dorota Sylwestrowa, wszyscy z Binkowa Sztuk, Antoni (I2388)
 
220 Greek Catholic Church, sponsors Михайло Гаврилишин, Марія Оконська
Michal Gavrilishn and Maria Okonska 
Hes, Ksenia (I1940)
 
221 Groom Father Stanislaus Slewdz
Groom Mother Apolonia Janik
Bride Father Franciszek Haider
Bride Mother Aniela Wos
Both baptized Minneapolis, MN
Witness 1: Duraj, Karol
Witness 2: Haider, Agnieszka 
Family F833
 
222 HARVEY "RED" HEIDEMAN
1932 - 2014 | Notice| Condolences
Harvey Red Heideman Notice
Heideman, Harvey "Red" Age 81, died on Tuesday, February 18, 2014, at his Muskego home. Beloved husband of Irene for 62 years. He was born in Wausau on September 1, 1932 to Bill and Emma (Zenk) Heideman. Harvey's positive attitude touched so many lives. He was generous with his time and skills and he could build or fix almost anything. He built numerous homes in the Muskego area with his son Patrick. Each day he was eager to start one of many projects that awaited him, including the refurbishing of a '66 Mustang and numerous farm tractors. Harvey was a supporter of Boy Scout Troop 18. Harvey was preceded in death by his sister Delores Weber and brothers Norman and Ralph Heideman. In addition to his wife, he is survived by his brother George (Ruth) and sister-in-law Nancy, all of Wausau. He will be dearly missed by his sons Perry (Jean), Milwaukee and Patrick (Kerry), Big Bend and daughters Christine (Jim) Karas, Lombard, IL, Lisa (Rod) Sayas, Greenfield and Kelly (Pete) Bognar, Muskego. He was blessed with 15 grandchildren and 1 great-grandchild. A memorial service will be held Saturday, March 8, at 1PM, at Unitarian Universalist Church West, 13001 West North Avenue, Brookfield, WI 53005. In lieu of flowers, memorials preferred to Muskego Boy Scout Troop 18.
Published in Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on Feb. 23, 2014 
Heideman, Harvey (I0086)
 
223 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Harris, Collin James (I4495)
 
224 His funeral was held at Holy Cross Catholic Church in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He was buried in St. Mary's Cemetery.

He was a member of Holy Cross Catholic Church in Minneapolis, Minnesota. 
Julkowski, Raymond John (I0534)
 
225 House name Kalafut
she didn't get any land from brothers 
Szczech, Marianna (I2324)
 
226 House number 8 Krauszow

house name Kuba 
Gorz, Maria (I2302)
 
227 http://www.leg.state.mn.us/legdb/fulldetail.aspx?ID=12427

Julkowski, Raymond J.
Sessions Served red ball graphic Other Information
House 1935-38 (District 28); Senate 1939-54 (District 28)

Party when first elected: Nonpartisan Election

Counties Served: Hennepin

BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION
Date of Birth: 2/2/1908 Date of Death: 8/22/1989
Birth Place: Minneapolis, Minnesota Birth County: Hennepin Birth Country: United States
Other Names:
Gender: Male Religion: Catholic
City of Residence (when first elected): Minneapolis

Occupation (when first elected): Attorney at Law
EDUCATION
Minneapolis Parochial and Public Schools; Elementary School;
Edison High School, Minneapolis; Secondary; Graduate, 1926
St. Thomas College; B.A.;
St. Thomas College of Law; LL.B.; 1931

OTHER GOVERNMENT SERVICE
FAMILY RELATIONSHIPS
Spouse: Eleanor
Children: Four children: Gerald, Roger, Raymond, and Ronald (sons)
Family Members Who Have Served in the Minnesota Legislature:
GENERAL NOTES
He was of Polish ancestry.

He was a member of the Polish White Eagle Association, Polish National Alliance, and Knights of Columbus.

He died of a heart ailment at home in northeast Minneapolis, Minnesota. His funeral was held at Holy Cross Catholic Church in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He was buried in St. Mary's Cemetery.

He was a member of Holy Cross Catholic Church in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Religion provided by his obituary.

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SESSIONS SERVED
58th Legislative Session (1953-1954) (second half of Senate term) Session Details
Body: Senate Elected: 11/7/1950 Term of Office: 1/2/1951 to 1/3/1955
District: 28 Residence: Minneapolis
Counties Represented: Hennepin
Occupation: President, 13th Avenue State Bank/Engaged in the Practice of Law
Party: Nonpartisan Election-Conservative Caucus
Committees:
Aviation
Banks and Banking
Cities of the First Class
Insurance (Chair)
Judiciary
Labor
Liquor Control
Taxes and Tax Laws
University
57th Legislative Session (1951-1952) Session Details
Body: Senate Elected: 11/7/1950 Term of Office: 1/2/1951 to 1/3/1955
District: 28 Residence: Minneapolis
Counties Represented: Hennepin
Occupation: President, 13th Avenue State Bank/Engaged in the Practice of Law
Party: Nonpartisan Election-Conservative Caucus
Committees:
Aviation
Banks and Banking
Cities of the First Class
Insurance (Chair)
Judiciary
Labor
Liquor Control
Taxes and Tax Laws
University
56th Legislative Session (1949-1950) (second half of Senate term) Session Details
Body: Senate Elected: 11/5/1946 Term of Office: 1/7/1947 to 1/1/1951
District: 28 Residence: Minneapolis
Counties Represented: Hennepin
Occupation: President, 13th Avenue State Bank/Engaged in the Practice of Law
Party: Nonpartisan Election
Committees:
Aviation
Banks and Banking
Cities of the First Class
General Legislation
Insurance (Chair)
Judiciary
Labor
Liquor Control
Taxes and Tax Laws
University
term photo
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55th Legislative Session (1947-1948) Session Details
Body: Senate Elected: 11/5/1946 Term of Office: 1/7/1947 to 1/1/1951
District: 28 Residence: Minneapolis
Counties Represented: Hennepin
Occupation: Lawyer
Party: Nonpartisan Election
Committees:
Aviation
Cities of the First Class
General Legislation
Insurance (Chair)
Judiciary
Labor
Liquor Control
Taxes and Tax Laws
University
54th Legislative Session (1945-1946) (second half of Senate term) Session Details
Body: Senate Elected: 11/3/1942 Term of Office: 1/5/1943 to 1/6/1947
District: 28 Residence: Minneapolis
Counties Represented: Hennepin
Occupation: Lawyer
Party: Nonpartisan Election
Committees:
Aviation
Cities of the First Class
General Legislation
Insurance (Chair)
Judiciary
Labor
Liquor Control
Public Welfare
University
term photo
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53rd Legislative Session (1943-1944) Session Details
Body: Senate Elected: 11/3/1942 Term of Office: 1/5/1943 to 1/6/1947
District: 28 Residence: Minneapolis
Counties Represented: Hennepin
Occupation: Lawyer
Party: Nonpartisan Election
Committees:
Cities of the First Class
General Legislation
Insurance (Chair)
Judiciary
Labor
Liquor Control
Public Welfare
University
term photo
Click to enlarge
52nd Legislative Session (1941-1942) (second half of Senate term) Session Details
Body: Senate Elected: 11/8/1938 Term of Office: 1/3/1939 to 1/4/1943
District: 28 Residence: Minneapolis
Counties Represented: Hennepin
Occupation: Attorney at Law
Party: Nonpartisan Election
Committees:
Cities of the First Class
Insurance
Judiciary
Labor
Liquor Control
Public Welfare
University
term photo
Click to enlarge
51st Legislative Session (1939-1940) Session Details
Body: Senate Elected: 11/8/1938 Term of Office: 1/3/1939 to 1/4/1943
District: 28 Residence: Minneapolis
Counties Represented: Hennepin
Occupation: Attorney at Law
Party: Nonpartisan Election
Committees:
Cities of the First Class
Insurance
Judiciary
Labor
Liquor Control
Public Welfare
University
50th Legislative Session (1937-1938) Session Details
Body: House Elected: 11/3/1936 Term of Office: 1/5/1937 to 1/2/1939
District: 28 Residence: Minneapolis
Counties Represented: Hennepin
Occupation: Attorney at Law
Party: Nonpartisan Election
Committees:
Appropriations
Cities of the First Class
General Legislation
Judiciary
Public Highways
Railroads and State Motor Transportation
University and State Schools
Workmens Compensation (Chair)
49th Legislative Session (1935-1936) Session Details
Body: House Elected: 11/6/1934 Term of Office: 1/8/1935 to 1/4/1937
District: 28 Residence: Minneapolis
Counties Represented: Hennepin
Occupation: Attorney at Law
Party: Nonpartisan Election
Committees:
Appropriations
Cities of the First Class
General Legislation
Judiciary
Public Highways
Temperance and Liquor Control
Workmens Compensation
term photo
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OTHER INFORMATION
Articles & Books About
"Raymond J. Julkowski, Former Legislator, Dies of Heart Ailment (Obituary). St. Paul Pioneer Press, August 24, 1989.

"Raymond Julkowski, Former Lawyer, State Legislator and Bank President (Obituary)." Star Tribune, August 23, 1989.  
Julkowski, Raymond John (I0534)
 
228 http://www.wiclarkcountyhistory.org/1data/37/37747.htm

Obit

Obit: Alger, Tracy L. (1977 - 2007)

Contact: Leon Konieczny
Email: leon@leonkonieczny.com

Surnames: Alger, Symbal, Knuston, Leo, Hawkins

----Sources: Leader-Telegram (Eau Claire, Eau Claire County, Wis.) Wednesday, 7 Nov. 2007

Alger, Tracy L. (21 June 1977 - 1 Nov. 2007)

Tracy Alger

NEW AUBURN - Tracy L. Alger, age 30, passed away Thursday, Nov. 1, 2007, in Iraq.

She was born June 21, 1977, in Chippewa County to Pauline Symbal. She was serving as a second lieutenant in the Army in Iraq at the time of her death. She enjoyed barrel racing and was a member of Wisconsin Girl's Barrel Racing Association, serving as president. In recent years, her focus has been on service to her country and her fellow comrades in arms.

She is survived by her mother, Pauline Knutson of New Auburn; one sister, Tanya (Chris) Leo of Colorado Springs; maternal grandmother, Bernice Symbal of Stanley; special friend, Rick Hawkins of Indianapolis; and numerous other relatives and friends.

She was preceded in death by her maternal grandfather, Theodore "Ted" Symbal.

Friends may call from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 9, 2007, at Olson Funeral Home in Bloomer.

Private family services will be held at a later date, with burial in the Saint Mary of Czestochowa Cemetery in Stanley. 
Alger, Tracy (I2276)
 
229 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F292
 
230 https://www.cremationsociety-wi.com/obituary/Charles-A-Gutowski/Eau-Claire-WI/1735232

Charles A. Gutowski "Charlie" 59, of Eau Claire, WI passed away on June 16, 2017 at Clearwater Care Center in Eau Claire, WI.
Charlie was born in Stanley, WI on February 13, 1958 to Charles E. and Patricia (Hendricks) Gutowski. Charlie attended school in both Eau Claire and Stanley, graduating from Stanley-Boyd High School in 1977. After high school he attended the Courage Center of Golden Valley, MN. He lived and worked in Minneapolis, MN as a dispatcher at Metro Area Transit. Later in life he returned to Eau Claire to reside at the Clearwater Care Center.
Charlie was married to Jaunita Rea on May 22, 1993 and became a step-dad to Edward, Josh, and Lau-rie Rea.
He was an avid Packers, Badgers, and Minnesota Twins fan. He enjoyed playing cards and cribbage, western books and movies, cleaning and repairing guns and his country and blue grass music. His favorite thing to do was keeping up with his many friends and family through visits and phone conversations; reminiscing about people and events that meant a lot to him.
Charlie is survived by his dad Charles E. Gutowski of Stevens Point, WI; his sisters, Linda Headrick of Throp, WI and Violet Gutowski of Wisconsin Rapids, WI; his niece Laura (Brian) Wood of Plover, WI; his step-children, Edward, Josh and Lau-rie Rea; his brother-in-law Mike (Andy-Lu) Rea and Darrell Rea all of Minneapolis, MN. He is also survived by many beloved aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.
Charlie is preceded in death by his wife Juanita, his mother Patricia, his grandparents Charlie and Bernice (Szczech) Gutowski and Gus and Liz (Boss) Hendricks. His aunt Sr. Mary Arlene Hendricks and uncle Richard Hendricks, his mother-in-law Esther Mundinger and brother-in-law Pat Rea also preceded him in death.
The family of Charlie would like to express a heartfelt thank you to Joan, Mary, Joe and especially Jim for always being there. They would also like to thank the staff, his caregivers and special friends at the Clearwater Care Center.
A family celebration of life will be held at a later date.
Online condolences can be left at www.cremationsociety-wi.com. Cremation Society of Wisconsin is serving the family. 
Gutowski, Charles August (I0690)
 
231 I guess it's about time to make a Facebook announcement. Jude Douglas Robertson was born July 30th at 2:33pm weighing 8lbs 2oz and measuring 21 inches long. Robertson, Jude Douglas (I3027)
 
232 I had Joyce but husband's obit says Josephine. Put Joyce as nickname Kasprzyk, Josephine Marie (I1563)
 
233 I thought you might like to get this. It's from the Eau Claire Leader-Telegram.

Teddy Symbal was a cousin of my Grandma, Bernice (Symbal) Szczech.


4/25/2006 12:01:32 PM

Theodore Symbal


Leader-Telegram Staff

Theodore “Ted” Symbal, age 79, longtime town of Thorp, Junction area resident, passed away on April 22, 2006, at the Clark County Health Care Center, Owen, Wis.

A Memorial Service will be held on Thursday, April 27, 2006, at 10:30 a.m. at St. Mary’s Czestochowa Catholic Church, rural Stanley, Wis., with Fr. Keith Apfelbeck officiating.

Visitation will be an hour prior to service time at the church.

Plombon Funeral Service is assisting the family with arrangements.

Ted was born on September 9, 1926, in the town of Thorp, the son of Michael & Anna (Slowiak) Symbal. He grew up in the town of Thorp and attended White Eagle School. He was united in marriage to Bernice Potaczek on May 30, 1953, at St. Mary’s Czestochowa Catholic Church. He resided and farmed in the town of Thorp all of his life. He was also the supervisor and patrol operator for the town of Thorp and was an active member of St. Mary’s Czestochowa Catholic Church, where he was on the parish council. In his spare time he loved to be outdoors hunting and fishing.

Ted is survived by his wife, Bernice of Stanley, Wis.; children, Duane (Laurie) Symbal of Turtle Lake, Wis., Lillian (Steve) Repnyek of Chippewa Falls, Wis., Pauline Knutson of New Auburn, Wis., Julian (Sindi) Symbal of Stanley, Wis., Julie (Tim) VanSlambrouck of Thorp, Wis., Candice (Jim) Ciolkosz of Cadott, Wis., and Thomas (Mindi) Symbal of Stanley, Wis.; 21 grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; three sisters, Louise (Leo) Skaja and Agnes (Ed) Sado, both of Chicago, Ill., and Regina (Pete) Smoczyk of Stanley, Wis.

He was preceded in death by his parents; two brothers, Joe (Terry) Symbal & Louis (Georgianna) Symbal; and two sisters, Helen (Ben) Gutowski, Rose (Dick) Fuka.











Leon G. Konieczny
lkonieczny@cfl.rr.com
http://www.LeonKonieczny.com/ 
Symbal, Theodore M (I0194)
 
234 Ignatius (Jachymiak) Czaja B 30 Jan 1830 (Ludzmierz house 51) (illeg then legit after mother's marriage), wed1 Regina Szczech 22 Jul 1857 (Ludzmierz house 32 and house 27), wed2 Victoria Cienkus? (Jacob birth) // Regina parents Joannes and Anna Kalwada (birth record) or Regina parents Jacobus and Regina Sroka (wed record), Regina widow of Joseph Szczepaniak in 1857, Victoria parents Mathias and Anna Patka
 
Czaja, Ignatius Jachymiak (I2938)
 
235 Imm 1893 acc to 1900 census Stazewski, Agnes Regina (I1629)
 
236 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Ditolla, Josephine Mae (I3135)
 
237 It is worthwhile to talk a little about Peter Kowalski (Catherina's second husband), since his story turned out to be very interesting. Peter was born in Lasek house 121 on 24 Jun 1874. More than likely, there was considerable pressure from his family to marry Catherina Pilat in 1899 in Klikuszowa. I believe this is true because Peter was 25 years old, but Catherina was 40. Peter's mother Anna died in 1901, and there was a settlement of the properties. It is possible that Peter received a sum of money or some property at this point. This might be how he financed his immigration to the US from Hamburg to New York (Ellis Island) from 19-31 Jan 1903. It is unclear
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if his wife knew about his leaving (if he promised to send for her), or if he left without telling anyone. Most likely, he was running away from his life in Poland. There was no such thing as divorce then, and the only way a man could leave a marriage was to run away and hope that he didn't get caught. In Chicago, he met and married Catherina Jachymiak and had 2 sons until he was caught and the marriage annulled. The next time we see Peter in the records, he is volunteering to fight in Haller's Blue Army in World War I. Even though he is not a citizen of the US, he volunteers to fight anyway. He is too old to fight, but he lies about his age so that he is young enough to qualify. He goes to Europe in 1918 to fight and returns to the US in 1920. The next time I find him in the records he is working as a coal miner in Ohio in 1930. After that, I know nothing about what happened to him. I find it very ironic that a man who would abandon his first wife would do something as brave as volunteering to face machine guns to defend his homeland at the age of 44.  
Kowalczyk Kowalski, Piotr (I3439)
 
238 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F1254
 
239 kawaler z Gaju i wdowa z Binkowa Family F1253
 
240 Kawaler ze Skrobacza Nochowo i panna z Binkowa
Wieszczyczyn 
Family F1252
 
241 kawaler, parobek i wdowa, gospodyni, oboje z Binkowa Family F829
 
242 Kijek or Kijak Kijek, Helen (I3715)
 
243 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Bucki, Alec Michael (I3007)
 
244 Klędziak in Polish Kledziak, Joanna (I2574)
 
245 Kłak Kłak, Antoni (I3644)
 
246 Krauszow House # 76, house name Wikteczki
 
Dlugopolski, Franciszek (I2612)
 
247 Krauszow House # 79
House name Ciepciuch 
Sopiarz, Jozef (I2317)
 
248 Labuda or Kwak?

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
 
Labuda, Jakub (I2929)
 
249 Langiewicz, Alex (1894-1976) ? 1920, 1930
Langiewicz, Eva (1901-1957) ? 1920, 1930
?1920 - Thorp twsp, Clark County, Wisconsin ED 33 on 1/9/1920 page 4A
Dwelling 93, family 98
Langiewicz, Alexander - head, male, married, age 25, white, born in New York,
common laborer, parents born in Poland.
Langiewicz, Evelin - wife, female, married, age 18, white, born in Wisconsin, parents
born in Poland.
Langiewicz, Julia - mother, female, widowed, age 64, white, imm unknown, born in
Poland, parents born in Poland.
1930 - Withee twsp, Clark county, Wisconsin ED 43 on 4/21/1930 page 8A
Dwelling 145, family 145
Langiewicz, Alexander - head, male, married, age 33, white, born in New York,
dairy farmer, parents born in Poland.
Langiewicz, Eva - wife, female, married, age 28, white, born in Wisconsin, parents
born in Poland.
Langiewicz, William - son, male, single, age 10, white, born in Wisconsin, father
born in New York, mother born in Wisconsin.
Langiewicz, Dolores - daughter, female, single, age 8, white, born in Wisconsin, father
born in New York, mother born in Wisconsin.
Langiewicz, Leona - daughter, female, single, age 5, white, born in Wisconsin, father
born in New York, mother born in Wisconsin.
Langiewicz, Clarise - daughter, female, single, age 3, white, born in Wisconsin, father
born in New York, mother born in Wisconsin.
Langiewicz, Henrietta - daughter, female, single, age 2, white, born in Wisconsin, father born in New York, mother born in Wisconsin.
Langiewicz, Alexander - son, male, single, age 1/12, white, born in Wisconsin, father
born in New York, mother born in Wisconsin.
Langiewicz, Josephine - mother, female, widowed, age 78, white, imm 1890, born
in Poland, parents born in Poland. 
Langiewicz, Alexander Joseph (I1605)
 
250 LAWRENCE F KOTECKI (Oldest and has most info on family)
521 SWAN HILL DR
BIGFORK, MT 59911 (406) 837-5459
 
Kotecki, Lawrence F (I1832)
 

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