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SIEMEK

Peter SIEMEK and Antonina nee BANDUR 

Antonina BANDUR was a daughter of George / Adalbertus BANDUR and Marianna nee KULA.  She immigrated with her parents and older sister Marie, arriving at the Port of New York on 14 Jun 1876 aboard the German S. S. Harmonia (Hammonia ?).  More about George and Marianna BANDUR

Antonina married Peter SIEMEK on 2 May 1893 at St. Stanislaus Church in Duncan, Platte County, Nebraska (according to Peter's entry at Find A Grave http://www.findagrave.com)

1900 U.S. Census, Nebraska, Platte County, Butler Township, ED 157, sheet 1b, 1 June 1900
Dwelling 10, family 10
Schemek (Siemek), Peter, head, born May 1867, age 33, married, married 7 years, born Poland Aust, parents born Poland Aust, immigrated 1887, alien, farmer
Schemek, Johanna, wife, born June 1876, age 23, married, married 7 years, mother of 3 children, 3 children living, born Poland Aust, parents born Poland Aust, immigrated 1876
Schemek, Balbina, daughter, born March 1894, age 6, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland Aust
Schemek, John, son, born June 1897, age 2, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland Aust
Schemek, Rosa, daughter, born May 1900, age 0/12, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland Aust

1910 U.S. census, Nebraska, Platte County, Butler Township, ED 176, sheet 4B, 21 April 1910
Dwelling 72, family 50
Siemek, Peter, Head, age 46, married once, married 17 years, born Austria (Pol), parents born Austria (Pol), immigrated 1890, farmer, farm
Siemek, Antka, wife, age 36, married once, married 17 years, mother of 7 children, 6 children living, born Austria (Pol), parents born Austria (Pol), immigrated (blank)
Siemek, Balvina, daughter, age 16, single, born Nebraska, parents born Austria (Pol)
Siemek, John, son, age 12, single, born Nebraska, parents born Austria (Pol)
Siemek, Rosie, daughter, age 10, single, born Nebraska, parents born Austria (Pol)
Siemek, Francis, daughter, age 8, single, born Nebraska, parents born Austria (Pol)
Siemek, Vladislaus, son, age 5, single, born Nebraska, parents born Austria (Pol)
Siemek, Clara, daughter, age 3, single, born Nebraska, parents born Austria (Pol)
Bandur, Mary, mother, age 80, widow, born Austria (Pol), parents born Austria (Pol), immigrated (blank)

1920 U.S. census, Nebraska, Platte County, Butler Township, ED 185, sheet 6B, __ ___ 1920
Dwelling 11, family 11
Simek, Peter, head, age 58, married, immigrated 1880, first papers filed, born Poland, parents born Poland, general farmer
Simek, Antonia, wife, age 43, married, immigrated 1880, first papers filed, born Poland, parents born Poland
Simek, John, son, age 21, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland
Simek, Rosa, daughter, age 19 1/12, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland
Simek, Frances, daughter, age 17 6/12, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland
Simek, Lonie, son, age 15 2/12, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland
Simek, Clara, daughter, age 12 4/12, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland
Simek, Barbara, daughter, age 8 6/12, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland
Simek, Leora, daughter, age 6 8/12, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland
Simek, Hellan, daughter, age 5 5/12, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland

1930 U.S. census, Nebraska, Platte County, Loup Township, ED 23, sheet 1B, 18-19 April 1930
Dwelling 14, family 14
Shimek, Pete, head, age 65, widowed, age 30 at first marriage, born Poland, parents born Poland, immigrated 1889, alien, farm, general farm
Shimek, Lony, son, age 24, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland, laborer, general farm
Shimek, Barbara, daughter, age 20, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland
Shimek, Leona, daughter, age 16, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland
Shimek, Helen, daughter, age 14, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland
Toczek, Louis, Gr. son, age 16, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland
Toczek, Henric, Gr. son, age 14, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland

According to Find A Grave, Antonina died 9 Jun 1923.  Peter died 4 Aug 1946.  Both of them are buried in the St. Stanislaus Cemetery in Duncan, Platte County, Nebraska.

Peter and Antonina's daughter Balbina / Belle first married Tony / Walter Ladislaus TOCZEK.  After Tony / Walter's death, she married my granduncle Andrew / Henry KUDRON on 12 Nov 1922 at Ss. Peter and Paul Church in Krakow, Nance county, Nebraska.  Andrew / Henry married again in 1925, so Balbina / Belle died sometime after 12 Nov 1922 and before 1925.  More about my KUDRON Family.


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SKORUPA

Stanislaus SKORUPA and Marianna nee SZTORC
Appolonia SKORUPA nee KOTLARZ (widow of Adam SKORUPA)
- Mother of Stanislaus, Victoria (married Joseph CZAPLA - see CZAPLA), and Marianna (married Thomas PODRAZA - see PODRAZA)

Stanislaus SKORUPA and Marianna SZTORC were married 26 Nov 1861 in the Parish of Leki Gorne, Poland.  Immigrated from the Village of Łęki Górne in Galicia, Austrian Poland.

Marriage record, LDS microfilm 1898739, item 9, page 50, #26
1861 November 19
Groom: Stanislaus Skorupa, cmeto, son of Adam and Apolonia nee Kotlarz, house 119, Catholic, age 26, single
Bride:  Marianna Sztorc, daughter of deceased Joannis Sztorc and Victoria Tomasiewicz, cmetho, house 35, Catholic, age 16, single
Witnesses:  Thomas Podraza, cmetho, Jsephus Czapla, hortulanus

According to the biography in the St. Stanislaus Church Centennial Book (Duncan, Platte County, Nebraska), the SKORUPA family arrived in New York in October 1879.  I found them on the ship manifest for the S. S. Spain, which arrived at the Port of New York, New York on 29 September 1879.

S.S. Spain, arrived at the Port of New York, New York 29 September 1879, from Liverpool, England
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Stanislaus Skorupa, age 42, male, laborer, Russia
Mary Ann Skorupa, age 32, female, wife, Russia
Francisca Skorupa, age 12, female, child, Russia
Josefa Skorupa, age 10, female, child, Russia
Michael Skorupa, age 9, male, child, Russia
Mary Ann Skorupa, age 4, female, child, Russia
Stanislaus, Skorupa, age 3, male, child, Russia
Henriett Skorupa, age 9 months, male, infant, Russia
Sopia Skorupa, age 9 months, male, infant, Russia
Apolonia Skorupa, age 25, male, laborer, Russia
Bartholomew Skorupa, age 7 months, male, infant, Russia
Tomas Skorupa, age 9, male, child, Russia

1880 was the first U.S. census in which the family was enumerated.  The Barthole Stanits with them was Bartholomew STANIEC (see STANIEC)

1880 U.S. Census, Nebraska, Polk County, Island Precinct, ED 356, page 3, 9-10 June, 1880
Dwelling 19, family 19
Scrupa, Stanisl. age 45, married, farmer, born Poland, parents born Poland
Scrupa, Mary, age 35, wife, married, keeping house, born Poland, parents born Poland
Scrupa, Frank, age 18, son, single, farmer, born Poland, parents born Poland
Scrupa, Josephine, age 13, daughter, single, at home, born Poland, parents born Poland
Scrupa, Mike, age 11 son, single, farmer, born Poland, parents born Poland
Scrupa, Mary, age 9, daughter, single, born Poland, parents born Poland
Scrupa, Stanislaw, age 7, son, single, born Poland, parents born Poland
Scrupa, Henry, age 5, single, born Poland, parents born Poland
Scrupa, Theophila, age 3, single, born Poland, parents born Poland
Scrupa, Wadislaw, age 1, single, born Poland, parents born Poland
Scrupa, Appolonia, age 82, mother, widow, at home, born Poland, parents born Poland
Stanits, Barthole, age 14, servant, single, servant, born Poland, parents born Poland

1885 Nebraska State Census, Polk County, Island Precinct, ED 639, page 1, 1 June 1885
Dweling 9, family 10
Sapa, Sanislas, age 52, married, farmer, born Austria, parents born Austria
Sapa, Mary, age 42, wife, married, keeping house, born Austria, parents born Austria
Sapa, Frank age 21, son, single, at home, born Austria, parents born Austria
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Sapa, Mike, age 17, son, single, born Austria, parents born Austria
Sapa, Mary, age 15, daughter, single, born Austria, parents born Austria
Sapa, Sa???, age 13, son, single, born Austria, parents born Austria
Sapa, Henry, age 11, son, single, born Austria, parents born Austria
Sapa, Theapolis, age 9, son, single, born Austria, parents born Austria
Sapa, Cath. age 5, daughter, single, born Austria, parents born Austria

1900 United States Census, Nebraska, Platte County, Columbus,  ED 158, sheet 10a
Dwelling 155, Family 155
Skorupa, Stanislaus, head, born June 1835, age 65, married 39 years, born Austria P, immigrated 1878, in U.S. 21 years, naturalized, Farmer
Skorupa, Mary, wife, born Sep 1846, age 53, married 39 years, mother of 11 children, 10 children living, born Austria P, immigrated 1881, in U.S. 19 years
Skorupa, Catherine, daughter, born Mar 1883, age 17, single, born Nebraska, parents born Austria P, servant
Skorupa, Mary, daughter, born Apr 1885, age 15, single, born Nebraska, parents born Austria P, at school
Skorupa, John, son, born Sep 1887, age 12, single, born Nebraska, parents born Austria P, at school

1910 U.S. Census, Nebraska, Platte County, Columbus, ED 179, sheet 18A, 2 May 1910
120 16 Street, dwelling 348, family 351
Skorupa, Stanislaus, head, age 75, married once, married 45 years, born Russ Polish, parents born Russ Polish, immigrated 1862, alien, own income
Skorupa, Mary, wife, age 65, married once, married 45 years, mother of 6 children, 5 children living, born Russ Polish, parents born Russ Polish

Daughter Josephine married John KOTLAR on 23 Jan 1883 in Duncan, Platte County, Nebraska.

Platte County Marriages, book 2, page 22
John Kotlar and Josepha Julia Skorupa
23 January 1883, Duncan
John age 24, residing in Platte County, born Austria, parents: Jacob Kotlar and Katharina Knippe
Josepha age 16, residing in Polk County, born Austria, parents: Stanislaus Skorupa and Mary Storz

A short biography about the KOTLAR-SKORUPA family in the St. Bonaventure centennial book named John and Josephine's children:  Frank, Valeria, Henry, John, Leo, Belle (Mrs. John ZIPPER), and Edmund.

1900 U.S. census, Nebraska, Platte County, Columbus, ED 160, sheet 8A, 13 June 1900
Dwelling 174, family 174
Kotlar, John, head, born June 1858, age 41, married, married 17 years, born Poland Aus, parents born Poland Aus, immigrated 1878, first papers filed, wagonmaker
Kotlar, Josephina, wife, born June 1866, age 33, married, married 17 years, mother of 7 children, 6 children living, born Poland Aus, parenst born Poland Aus, immigrated 1879
Kotlar, Frank, son, born Jan 1884, age 16, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland Aus, at school
Kotlar, Valeria, daughter, born Sept 1885, age 14, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland Aus, at school
Kotlar, Henry, son, born Sept 1887, age 12, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland Aus, at school
Kotlar, Leo, son, born Jan 1891, age 9, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland Aus
Kotlar, Balbina, daughter, born Dec 1892, age 7, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland Aus
Kotlar, Edmond, son, born Sept 1899, age 8/12, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland Aus

Columbus Nebraska Historical Obituaries  http://www.onelibraryne.org/obituaries/columbussearchpage.asp
Kotlar, John (Mrs) nee Skorupa, Josephine, obituary date 19 Dec 1947, Columbus Telegram
Zipper, John H. (Mrs) nee Kotlar, Belle J., obituary date 29 April 1983, Columbus Telegram

Son Michael SKORUPA married Anna BOGUS 18 Oct 1893 at St. Michael Church, Tarnov, Platte County, Nebraska.

Children of Michael and Anna listed in the St. Michael of the Archangel Church's 125 Anniversary book:
Alojsium, born 16 Jun 1896
Bronislawam Josepham, born 27 Sep 1897
Henricum Joannem, born 17 Oct 1897
Adelbert Mechtildem, born 2 Aug 1902
Cyrilum, born 22 Dec 1904
Theodor, born 24 Apr 1907

On the Platte County NE GenWeb site is the death notice of Michael's wife Anna.
The Humphrey Democrat , May 10, 1907, pg. 1, col. 4 ( http://www.usgennet.org/usa/ne/county/platte/vitals/vitals1907b.html )
DIED
TARNOV --Mrs. M. C. Skorupa died at her home in this village on Monday of last week after an illness extending back to April 24, at which time she gave birth to a ten and one half pound boy, the cause of her death being blood poison. The deceased was the mother of seven children and she was a loving wife and mother. The funeral was held from St. Michaels church Friday afternoon and the remains were placed in the Catholic cemetery. The husband and seven small children are left to mourn her loss. Mrs. Skorupa was 27 years old at the time of her death. [grandmother of and submitted by Cyril A."Charlie" Skorupa (skorupa@kdsi.net)]

1930 U.S. Census, Nebraska, Platte County, Columbus, ED 11, sheet 8A, 11 April 1930
2013 16th Street, dwelling 166, family 195
Skorupa, Michael, head, age 61, widowed, age 25 when first married, born Poland, parents born Poland, immigrated 1880, naturalized, salesman, drygoods
Skorupa, Melonia, sister, age 44, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland, dressmaker, home

On the Platte County NE GenWeb site is a lengthy article regarding the death of Michael SKORUPA.  Here is a portion of the article.
The Daily Telegram, April 29, 1939 http://www.usgennet.org/usa/ne/county/platte/vitals/vitals1939.html
DIED
SKORUPA--In [an] effort to establish definitely, if possible, whether head injuries that resulted in the death of Michael C. Skorupa, 70, were inflicted by some unknown assailant or were incurred, as their original investigation led them to believe, by an accidental fall against a fence post....
    Mr. Skorupa died at 7:40 p.m. yesterday in St. Mary's hospital where he had been taken....
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    Mr. Skorupa was born at Pilsno Poland, Sept 15,1868, and came to the United States with his parents when he was 11 years old. the family located on a farm 14 miles southwest of Columbus in Polk county,and he lived there for a while, later going to live with his aunt, Mrs. Thomas Podraza, near Duncan, to help with the farm work.
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    About 1906 his store and home burned down, and a year later Mrs. Skorupa died leaving five small sons and two small daughters. Her mother took the children to her home near Ashton, and Mr. Skorupa returned to the home of his parents, who were then living on a farm east of Columbus. the children were reared by their grandmother....
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    Surviving besides his sons and daughters, are one brother, John Skorupa of Hollywood, and five sisters, Mrs. John Kotlar, Mrs. Kate Valasek and Miss Mollie Skorupa of Columbus, Mrs Tom Micek of Silver Creek and Mrs. Joe Mader of Omaha.
---Grandfather of and submitted by Cyril A. "Charlie" Skorupa (skorupa@kdsi.net)

    Funeral of Mr. Skorupa---- Funeral services for Michael C. Skorupa, 70 residing at 2003 Sixteen street.... His daughters, Miss Bernice Skorupa of Ashton and Ven. Sister M. Adella of Chicago, and his sons and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Cyriles [Cyril] Skorupka [Skorupa] and Theodore Skorupa of Ashton and Henry Skorupa of Pine Bluffs, Wyo. were here for the funeral.
---Grandfather of and submitted by Cyril A. " Charlie" Skorupa (skorupa@kdsi.net)

Daughter Mary SKORUPA married Thomas G. MICEK.

Columbus Nebraska Historical Obituaries http://www.onelibraryne.org/obituaries/columbussearchpage.asp
Micek, Thomas G. (Mrs) nee Skorupa, Mary Ann, obituary date 3 December 1962, Columbus Telegram

According to the biography in the St. Stanislaus centennial book, son Stanislaus, aka Charles, married Victoria BRIGG on 14 Feb 1904.  They were the parents of four children.

1910 U.S. census, Nebraska, Polk County, Island Precinct, ED 106, sheet 1B, ___ of ____ 1910
Dwelling 16, family 16
Skorupa, Carles, head, age 35, married once, married 6 years, born Aust Polish, parents born Aust Polish, immigrated 1879, farmer, farm
Skorupa, Victoria, wife, age 22, married once, married 6 years, mother of 4 children, 4 children living, born Nebraska, parents born Aust Polish
Skorupa, Helen, daughter, age 5, single, born Nebraska, father born Aust Polish, mother born Nebraska
Skorupa, Clara, daughter, age 3, single, born Nebraska, father born Aust Polish, mother born Nebraska
Skorupa, Henry, son, age 2, single, born Nebraska, father born Aust Polish, mother born Nebraska
Skorupa, Edward, son, age 8/12, single, born Nebraska, father born Aust Polish, mother born Nebraska

World War I draft registration, September 1918
Charley W. Skorupa
Address 5 Columbus, Platte County, Nebraska
Age 45, born May 3, 1873
Citizen by father's Naturalization
Farmer
Nearest relative: Victoria Skorupa, wife, 5 Columbus, Platte County, Nebraska

Daughter Helen married Louis MIMICK of Columbus.
Daughter Clara remained single.  She was the Postmaster in Duncan from 1926-1970.
Son Henry married Eleanor KORUS; they were the parents of eight children.
Son Edward married Marie Lacina; they were the parents of three children.  Edward's second wife was Helen.

Son Henry married Mary CZARNIK \ TARNICK \ ZARNIK on 17 Oct 1900 at Ss. Peter and Paul Church, Krakow, Nance County, Nebraska.  A few days later he died of a heart attack.

Nance County Marriage Records; Book 2, Pages 300 - 584; Nance County, Nebraska
http://files.usgwarchives.net/ne/nance/marriage/book2b.txt
p391 17 Oct 1900 Krakow, Nance, NE
Henry SKORUPA, age 24, son of Stanislaus Skorupa  & Mary Storts
Mary CZARNIK, age 18, daughter of Sam Czarnik & Catharine Sczmowicz

Platte County, Nebraska Births, Marriages and Deaths - 1900 (September - December)
http://www.usgennet.org/usa/ne/county/platte/vitals/vitals1900c.html
Columbus Journal October 24, 1900
SKORUPA--Saturday last, 6:30 p.m., of heart failure, at his home on the Island in Polk county, Henry Skorupa.
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    Mr. Skorupa was born at Leki, Dolne, Poland Austria, Dec. 26, 1874. He was married to Mary Zarnik Wednesday last and his death took place Saturday last, only his wife being present.

Platte County, Nebraska, Veterans  http://www.usgennet.org/usa/ne/county/platte/miscwars.html
Henry E. Skorupa, Pvt, Co. K, 1st Nebraska Infantry, Spanish American War, died 20 Oct 1900, Cemetery St. Bonaventure

Henry's widow married Michael STOPAK on 24 Nov 1901 at Ss. Peter and Paul Church in Krakow, Nance County.

Nance County Marriage Records; Book 2, Pages 300 - 584; Nance County, Nebraska
http://files.usgwarchives.net/ne/nance/marriage/book2b.txt
p474 24 Nov 1901 Krakow, Nance, NE
Mike STOPIK, age 24, son of John Stopik & Mattie Kluza
Mrs. Mary SKORUPA, age 18, daughter of Sam Czarnik & Katie Szmowicz

Daughter Catharine \ Katherine was born 4 Mar 1883 in Nebraska.  She was baptized at St. Stanislaus Church in Duncan Platte County, Nebraska.  She first married Frank MICEK.  They had two sons: Frank and Henry.  After her husband's death, Catharine married John VALASEK.  They had the following children:  Rose, Lonnie, Raymond, Amelia and John.

1910 U.S. Census, Nebraska, Polk County, Clear Creek Precinct, ED 106, sheet 5B, 8 March 1910
Dwelling 78, family 78
Valasek, John, had, age 29, married once, married 3 years, born Nebraska, parents born Aust Polish, farming, general farm
Valasek, Katherine, wife, age 25, married twice, married 3 years, mother of 3 children, 3 children living, born Nebraska, parents born Aust Polish
Micek, Frank, stepson, age 7, single, born Nebraska, parents born Nebraska
Micek, Henry, stepson, age 3, single, born Nebraska, parents born Nebraska
Valasek, Rose, daughter, age 11/12, single, born Nebraska, parents born Nebraska

1920 U.S. Census, Nebraska, Platte County, Columbus, ED 187, sheet 1A, 2 January 1920
1614 16th Street, dwelling 2, family 2
Valasek, Katie, head, age 36, divorced, born Nebraska, parents born Poland
Valasek, Frank M., son, age 16, single, born Nebraska, parents born Nebraska
Valasek, Henry V., son, age 13, single, born Nebraska, parents born Nebraska
Valasek, Rose, daughter, age 10, single, born Nebraska, parents born Nebraska
Valasek, Lonnie, son, age 7, single, born Nebraska, parents born Nebraska
Valasek, Raymond, son, age 5, single, born Nebraska, parents born Nebraska
Valasek, Amelia, daugher, age 3 3/12, single, born Nebraska, parents born Nebraska
Valasek, John, son, age 2, single, born Nebraska, parents born Nebraska

1930 U.S. Census, Nebraska, Platte County, Columbus, ED 7, sheet 15B, 10 April 1930
1614 16th Street, dwelling 368, family 378
Valasek, Katherine, age 47, divorced, age 17 when first married, born Nebraska, parents born Poland
Valasek, Rose, daughter, age 20, single, born Nebraska, father born Poland, mother born Nebraska, stenographer, wholesale ???
Valasek, Lonnie, son, age 17, single, born Nebraska, father born Poland, mother born Nebraska, helper, bakery
Valasek, Raymond, son, age 15, single, born Nebraska, father born Poland, mother born Nebraska, janitor boy, shoe shop
Valasek, Amelia, daughter, age 14, single, born Nebraska, father born Poland, mother born Nebraska
Valasek, John, son, age 12, single, born Nebraska, father born Poland, mother born Nebraska

The online Social Security Death Index shows Kate died May 1979 at the age of 96.
VALASEK, KATE, born 04 Mar 1883, died May 1979, age 96, last residence 68601 (Columbus, Platte, NE), last benefit (none specified), issued Nebraska, SSN 505-62-8560


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SLAWINSKI

Peter SLAWINSKI and Catherine nee OLSUFKA 

Birth/baptism record, LDS microfilm 1898739, Item 4, page 91, #34
Parish of Leki Gorne, Galicia, Poland
1884 June, day of birth 22, day of baptism 25, house #122, Leki Dolne, Poland
Petrus Paulus, binom, Catholic, son, legitimate
Father: Adalbertus Slawinski son of Joannis and Apollonia Podraza
Mother: Catharina daughter of Adalberti Miczek and Catharina Nalepa
Godparents: Gregori Placek and Justina Hebda

Peter married Catherine OLSUFKA, daughter of  John and Agatha (STRAZAS) OLSUFKA, on 26 January 1910.  Peter died 27 December 1938; Catherine died 5 September 1959.  Both are buried at St. Stanislaus Cemetery in Duncan, Platte County, Nebraska.

Tombstone photos:  http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~sandlier/marge/cem-duncan/st-stan2.htm
More about the SLAWINSKI family:  http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~sandlier/marge/slawinski.htm

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SLIVA, SLIWA

John SLIVA and Catherine nee GALUS  Catherine is Marge's Half first cousin 4 removed; a sister of John GALUS/GOLUS and Anna GALUS PROROK.

Marriage record, LDS microfilm 1898739, item 9, page 102, Leki Parish, Galicia, Austria Poland
18 November 1869
Groom: Joannes Sliva, son of Andreas and Agnetis nee Rzepa, born in Pogorska Wola, Catholic, age 27, single
Bride: Catharina, daughter of Michael Galus and Catharina Flakus, widow of Jacobus Kyzar, Catholic, age 25, widow
Witnesses: Michael Miczek, Joannes Paprocki

Catherine's birth record

Birth record, LDS microfilm 1898739, item 3, page 70, #52, Leki Parish, Galicia, Austria Poland
1844 October; birth 1, baptism 2, house 94, Leki Dolne
Catharina, Catholic, daughter, legitimate
Father: Michael, son of Adalbert Galus and Agatha Tworek, hortulanus
Mother: Catharina, daughter of Michael Flakus and Maria ?, hortulanus
Godparents: Adalbertus Zima, Marianna Tomasiewicz

John and Catherine were the parents of Bartholomew*, Thomas* (died young), Michael*, Stanislaus*, Charles, Thomas**, Frank**.  
*See birth records below
**Born in Nebraska

Bartholomew SLIWA birth record

Birth/baptism record, LDS microfilm 1898739, item 4, page 9, #49, Leki Parish, Galicia, Austria Poland
1870 August, born 16, baptized 17, house 217, Leki Dolne
Bartholomeus, Catholic, son, legitimate
Father: Joannes Sliwa, son of Andreas and Agnetis nee Rzepa (hortulanus)
Mother: Catherina, daughter of Michael Galus and Catharina nee Flakus
Godparents: Joannes Paprocki, Marianna Mickowa

The first Thomas SLIWA birth record

Birth/baptism record, LDS microfilm 1898739, item 4, page 25, Leki Parish, Galicia, Austria Poland
1872 July; born 16, baptized 17, house #217, Leki Dolne
Thomas, Catholic, son, legitimate, +6 Sep 1872 (date of death)
Father: Joannes Sliwa, son of Andrea and Agnetis ???
Mother: Catharina, daughter of Michael Galus and Catharina Flakus
Godparents: Andreas Matyja, Marianna Zimina

Michael SLIWA birth record

Birth/baptism record, LDS microfilm 1898739, item 4, page 31, #29, Leki Parish, Galicia, Austria Poland
1873 August, born 14, baptized 15, house 217, Leki Dolne
Michael, Catholic, son, legitimate
Father: Joannes Sliwa, son of Andreas and Agnetis nee Rzepa (hortulanus)
Mother: Catherina, daughter of Michael Galus and Catharina nee Flakus
Godparents: Michael Miczek, Victoria Modelska

Stanislaus SLIWA birth record

Birth/baptism record, LDS microfilm 1898739, item 4, page 46, #16, Leki Parish, Galicia, Austria Poland
1876 March, born 11, baptized 14, house 217, Leki Dolne
Stanislaus, Catholic, son, legitimate
Father: Joannes Sliwa, son of Andreas and Agnetis nee Rzepa (hortulanus)
Mother: Catherina, daughter of Michael Galus (hortulanus) and Catharina nee Flakus
Godparents: Stanislaus Sliwa, Marianna Galusionka (virgo)

John and Catherine are both buried in St. Michael's Catholic Cemetery at Tarnov, Platte County, Nebraska.  Tombstone photos St. Michael's Cemetery -- page 5.  More about my GALUS family.  More about John and Catherine GALUS SLIWA .

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SOKOL

Joseph SOKOL and Victoria nee KUDRON

Marriage record, LDS microfilm reel 1898739, item 9, page 137, #1, Leki Parish, Galicia, Austria Poland
27 January 1875
Groom:  Josephus Sokol son of Thomae and Victoria nee Miczek; Catholic, age 26, single, house 195
House # for bride was blank
Bride:  Victoria daughter of p.m.* Joannis Kudron and Sophia nee Tomasiewicz; Catholic, age 15, single
*p.m. -- Joannis was deceased at the time of Victoria's marriage
Witnesses:  Petrus Staniec and Casimiris Modelski

Joseph's birth/baptism record

Birth/baptism record, LDS microfilm reel 1898738, item 10, page 51, #19, Leki Parish, Galicia, Austria Poland
1849 January, date of birth 26, date of baptism 28, house #113, Leki Gorne
Josephus, Catholic, son, legitimate
Father:  Thomas son of Martinus Sokol and Cunegundis nee Bandur
Mother:  Victoria daughter of Adalbertus Micek and Marianna Tomasiewicz
Godparents:  Bartholomeus Galus and Catharyna (wife of) Jacob Kotlarz

Victoria's birth/baptism record

Birth/baptism record, LDS microfilm reel 1898738, item 11, page 99, #133, Leki Parish, Galicia, Austria Poland
1860 December, date of birth 1, date of baptism 2, house #195
Victoria, Catholic, daughter, legitimate
Father:  Joannes Kudron son of Valentinus and Thecla Podraza
Mother:  Sophia daughter of Joannis Tomasiewicz and Agatha Zima
Godparents:  Franciscus ?, Francisca Galus

Joseph's half sister Anna SOKOL was the mother of Louis SOKOL, who married Marge's Great Grandaunt Anna KUDRON.  See below.  I have not found a connection between Victoria's KUDRON family and mine yet.


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Ludwig / Louis SOKOL and Anna nee KUDRON.   Anna is Marge's Great Grandaunt, sister of Thomas KUDRON, sister-in-law of John KIELISZEK.

Marriage record, LDS microfilm 1898739, item 10, page 34, #16, Leki Parish, Galicia, Austria Poland
5 Oct 1884
Groom:  Ludovicus Sokol, Dis??sus ad tempus miles (soldier), illegitimate son of Anna nee Sokol
Catholic, age 25 (b abt 1859), single, no house #
Bride:  Anna daughter of Andreas Kudron and Marianna nee Tomasiewicz
Catholic, age 22, single, house 350
Witnesses:  Joannes Kosiol, Josephus Zieba

Louis' birth record

Birth/baptism record, LDS microfilm 1898738, item 11, pg 73, entry 86, Leki Parish, Galicia, Austria Poland
1859 August, date of birth 25, date of baptism 25, house #113 (noted in margin 'G' for Górne)
Ludovicus, Catholic, son, illegitimate
Father: blank
Mother: Anna daughter of Thomas Sokol and Regina Kantorwa
Godparents: Bartholomaeus Sokol agricola and Catharina Kotlarka

Anna's birth record

Birth/Baptism record, LDS microfilm 1898738, item 11, pg. 126, entry 37, Leki Parish, Galicia, Austria Poland
May 1862, date of birth 3, date of baptism 4, house 6
Anna, Catholic, daughter, legitimate
Father:  Andreas Kudron son of Joannis and Apolonia Podraza
Mother:  Marianna daughter of Andrea Tomasiewicz and Theclae nee Dudek
Godparents:  Andreas Tomasiewicz and Catharina wife of Joannis Miczek

Louis and Anna lived around Krakow, near Genoa, Nance County, Nebraska.  Their three children were born in Poland.  All three were married at the Ss. Peter and Paul Church at Krakow, Nance County, Nebraska.  Louis is buried in the St. Lawrence Cemetery in Silver Creek, Merrick County, Nebraska.  I believe Anna is buried next to him in an unmarked grave.   More about my KUDRON family.

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STANEK \ STANCZYK

John STANEK and Mary nee MARFICA

My granduncle, Frank KUDRON -- brother of my grandmother, Martha KUDRON GALUS -- married Rose Helen CZARNIK, daughter of Peter CZARNIK and Mary JARECKI, on 11 February 1924 at Ss. Peter and Paul Church at Krakow, Nance County, Nebraska.  Frank died on 2 January 1928 at the age of 27, leaving Rose and their 3 1/2-year-old daughter, Valeria.

On 17 November 1930 Rose married widower Stanley KANTOR in Columbus, Platte County, Nebraska.  He was first married to Victoria \ Pauline CIOCHON \ CHOCHON, daughter of Charles CHOCHON and Eva nee RODAK.  Victoria \ Pauline died about 22 February 1923, leaving her husband and a 2-year-old son Joseph.  See KANTOR

Victoria \ Pauline had a half-sister Mary nee MARFICA \ MARCHWICA, who married John STANEK.  Stanley KANTOR was enumerated with the STANEKs in the 1920 and 1930 censuses.

An online marriage index for Omaha, Douglas County Nebraska lists John and Mary:

Omaha Area Marriages and Anniversaries by Greater Omaha Genealogy Society
http://omahamarriages.wordpress.com/s-sm/
STANCZYK, John; age 24; md. Mary MARFICA; age 22; Jul 1905, licence number16048

In 1910 John, Mary and their four children were enumerated in South Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska.  Two of Mary's half-siblings were living with them at the time.

1910 U.S. Census, Nebraska, Douglas County, South Omaha Ward 5, ED 119, sheet 13A, 26 April 1910
821 28th Street, dwelling 248, family 249
Stanek, John, head, age 28, married once, married 5 years, born Aust Polish, parents born Aust Polish, immigrated 1903, first papers filed, laborer, packing house
Stanek, Mary, wife, age 26, married once, married 5 years, mother of 2 children, 2 children living, born Aust Polish, parents born Aust Polish,
Stanek, Hellen, daughter, age 4, single, born Nebraska, parents born Aust Polish
Stanek, William, son, age 1, marital status is blank, born Nebraska, parents born Aust Polish
Stanek, Joseph, brother, age 31, married once, born Aust Polish, parents born Aust Polish, immigrated 1909, alien, laborer, packing house
Stanek, Thomas, brother, age 23, married once, born Aust Polish, parents born Aust Polish, immigrated 1909, alien, laborer, packing house
Cutsor, Anton, boarder, age 26, single, born Aust Polish, parents born Aust Polish, immigrated 1902, first papers filed, laborer, packing house
Cutson, Peter, boarder age 23, single, born Aust Polish, parents born Aust Polish, immigrated 1906, alien, laborer, packing house
Lywill (?), John, boarder, age 22, single, born Aust Polish, parents born Aust Polish, immigrated 1906, alien, laborer, packing house
Gumbol, Paul, boarder, age 26, single, born Aust Polish, parents born Aust Polish, immigrated 1904, alien, laborer, packing house
Ciechon, Sopha, sister-in-law, age ? (10, 15, 18?), single, born Nebraska, parents born Aust Polish
Ciechon, John, brother-in-law, age 20, single, born Nebraska parents born Aust Polish

John's World War I Draft Registration Card gives his name as John STANCZYK:

World War I Draft Registration - 12 Sep 1918
John Stanczyk
2524 G Street, Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska
Age 37, date of birth May 16, 1881
Naturalized
Butcher, Armour & Company, 2802 Q Street, Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska
Nearest relative: Marie Stanczyk, wife, 2524 G Street, Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska

In the 1920 census a boarder named Stanley KANTOR was living with the STANEK family in South Omaha.  Also living with them were Mary's mother Eva RODAK MARCHWICA CIECHON, and Mary's half sister Victoria.

1920 U.S. Census, Nebraska, Douglas County, Omaha Ward 7, ED 71, sheet 9A, 6 January 1920
2524 G Street, dwelling 154, family 182
Stanek, John, had, age 38, married, immigrated 1903, naturalized 1913, born Poland, parents born Poland, butcher, packing co.
Stanek, Mary, wife, age 37, married, immigrated unknown, naturalized, born Poland, parents born Poland
Stanek, Helen, daughter, age 13, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland
Stanek, William, son, age 11, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland
Stanek, Frank, son, age 8, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland
Stanek, Clara, daughter, age 6, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland
Marficie [Marfica], Frank, boarder, age 83, marital status unknown, born Nebraska, parents born Poland, laborer, packing co.
Stanek, Thomas, boarder, age 36, marital status unknown, immigrated unknown, born Poland, parents born Poland, butcher, (blank)
Kantor, Stanley, boarder, age 26, marital status unknown, immigrated unknown, born Poland, parents born Poland, butcher, packing co.
Ciechon, Eva, mother, age 59, widow, immigrated unknown, born Poland, parents born Poland
Ciechon, Victoria, daughter, age 18, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland, laborer, packing co.
Cutsor, Loretta, boarder, age 9, single, born Nebraska, father born Poland, mother born Nebraska

Stanley KANTOR married Victoria \ Pauline CHOCHON sometime after the 1920 census taken in January.  Their son Joseph KANTOR was born 19 March 1921.  Victoria died 21 February 1923. 

In 1930 Stanley and his son Joseph were enumerated with John and Mary STANEK.  Also living with the STANEKs was, Eva CHOCHON -- Mary's mother and Stanley's mother-in-law.

1930 Nebraska, Douglas County, Douglas Precinct (West), ED 28-W3, sheet 1a
Dwelling 4, Family 4
Stanek, John, Head, O, 8500, male, white, age 49, married, age 24 when first married, born Poland, parents same, immigrated 1903, naturalized, Truck Gardener, Truck Farm
Stanek, Mary, wife, female, white, age 45, married, age 22 when first married, born Poland, parents same, immigrated 1885, naturalized
Stanek, William, son, male, white, age 21, single, born Nebraska
Stanek, Frank, son, male, white, age 19, single, born Nebraska
Stanek, Clara, daughter, female, white, age 17, single, born Nebraska
Ciechon, Eva, Mother-in-law, female, white, age 70, widow, born Poland, parents same, immigrated 1885, naturalized
Kantor, Stanley, brother-in-law, male, white, age 35, widower, born Poland, parents same, immigrated 1905, alien, Laborer, Meat Packing Co.
Kantor, Joseph, nephew, male, white, age 9, single, born Nebraska, father born Poland, mother born Nebraska

Stanley KANTOR and his second wife Rose CZARNIK KUDRON, were the parents of three children:  Louis, Edward and Stanley.  See also CZARNIK.

More about my KUDRON family.

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STANIEC -- STANICE

In June 2003 I received an e-mail from Roman Witek, who lives in Poland.  His grandfather Józef SZTORC came from the Village of  Leki Gorne / Łęki Górne in southeast Poland, the same village where my paternal grandparents were born.  My great grandmother was Agnieszka nee SZTORC, but I was unable to connect the two SZTORC families.  I did eventually find that we are 4th cousins through our PAPROCKI families. 

Roman's grandfather, Józef SZTORC, was a son of Paweł SZTORC and Agnieszka STANIEC.  Two of Agnieszka's brothers, Joseph and Bartholomew, immigrated to the Platte / Nance / Merrick counties area of Nebraska, where many of my Polish ancestors settled when they first came to the United States.

Following is some of the information I have about these two STANIEC brothers.

Joseph STANIEC and Tekla nee CZARNIK

Joseph's birth/baptism record:
Birth/baptism record, LDS microfilm 1898738, item 11, page 182, #20
Parish of Leki Gorne and Leki Dolne, Galicia, Austria Poland
1862 March, date of birth 3, date of baptism 4, house 12
Josephus, Catholic, son , legitimate
Father:  Laurentius Staniec son of Sebastian and Marianna nee Modelska
Mother:  Marianna daughter of Simon Zima and Thecla Augustyn
Godparents:  Martinus Zima, Margaretha wife of Valentinus Podraza

Before immigrating to the U.S. Joseph married Agnes SKORUPA, widow of Andreas BANDUR, daughter of Adalbertus SKORUPA and Magdalena nee BARNAS.

Marriage record, LDS microfilm 1898739, item 10, page 58, #25
21 November 1888
Groom: Josephus Staniec, son of deceased Laurentius and Marianna nee Zima of Leki Dolne, Catholic, age 26, single, house 12
Bride: Agnes Bandur widow of Andreas Bandur, daughter of Adalbert Skorupa and Magdalena nee Barnas, Catholic, age 35, widow, house 11
Witnesses: Josephus Skorupa, Paulus Staniec

I don't have the date of death for Joseph's first wife.  According to the U.S. censuses, he immigrated in 1893.

1900 U.S. census, Nebraska, Merrick County, Silver Creek, ED 140, sheet 6B, 1 June 1900
Stanice, Joseph, born March 1862, age 38, married 3 years born Austria Poland, parents born Austria Poland, immigrated 1893, naturalized, rail road section laborer
Stanice, Takle, wife, born Sept 1878, age 21, married 3 years, mother of 1 child, 1 child living, born Austria Poland, parents born Austria Poland, immigrated 1878
Stanice, John, son, born April 1900, age 2/12, single, born Nebraska, parents born Austria Poland
Pitsonich / Pitsonick*, Mary, sister-in-law, born April 1882, age 18, single, mother of 1 child, 1 child living, born Nebraska, parents born Austria Poland
Pitsonich / Pitsonick*, Joseph, nephew, born March 1900, age 3/12, single, born Nebraska, parents born Austria Poland

NOTE: *Enumerated with Joseph STANICE was a sister-in-law, Mary Pitsonick, and nephew, Joseph Pitsonick. ( Link to PITSONICK )
NOTE: *According to an entry at Find-A-Grave, Tekla's maiden name was CZARNIK.  She was a daughter of Peter CZARNIK and Catharine nee MAZUR.  The woman enumerated with Tekla and her husband Joseph was probably Mary CZARNIK.  See CZARNIK and also Peter (Piotr) CZARNIK at Find-a-Grave

1910 U.S. Census, Nebraska, Platte County, Butler Twp, ED 176, Sheet 2A
Dwelling 26, family 18
Staniec, Joseph, head, age 48, married twice, married 13 years, born Austria Pol, parents same, immigrated 1893, naturalized, Farmer, Farm, Empl
Staniec, Tekla, wife, age 33, married once, married 13 years, mother of 0 children, born Austria Pol, parents same
Staniec, Herman, son adopted, age 10, single, born Nebraska, father born Switzerland, mother born Nebraska

1920 U.S. census, Nebraska, Platte County, Butler Township, ED 185, sheet 4A, enumeration date is blank ®455
Dwelling 10, family 10
Staniec, Joseph, head, age 58, married, immigrated 1893, naturalized 1910, born Poland, parents born Poland, general farm
Staniec, Tekla, wife, age 45, married, immigrated 1892?, naturalized 1910, born Poland, parents born Poland
Staniec, Herman, son, age 20, single, born Nebraska, parents born Switzerland

Joseph STANIEC died in 1933.  He is buried in the St. Stanislaus Cemetery in Duncan, Platte County, Nebraska.



Bartholomew STANIEC and (1) Mary SWERTZIC and (2) Julia MARCHWICA\ MARFICA

Notes from Bartley STANIEC biography,  Ss. Peter and Paul Centennial Book, Krakow, Nance County, Nebraska, page 178

Bartley was born 14 Jun 1859 in Poland.  Came to the U.S. with Mr. and Mrs. Skorupa. 14-year-old Bartholomew was enumerated in the 1880 U.S. census with Stanislaus and Mary (Marianna) SKORUPA, who were living in Island Precinct in Polk County, Nebraska.  Marianna's maiden name from the Łęki Górne parish records was SZTORC.  I did not find Bartholomew on the 1879 ship list.  (see SKORUPA)

1891 - married Mary SWERTZIC.  6 children from this marriage:  Josie (Armatys), Stella (Bandur) (see BANDUR), Agnes (Niedzwiecki), Anna (Wrobloski), Luke and one who died in infancy.

Mary died 10 Jan 1903.  The Cemeteries of Nance County Nebraska, Volume 2, shows that Mary was buried at Sts. Peter and Paul Cemetery in Krakow.

29 July 1906 - married Julia MARFICA at St. Lawrence Catholic Church, Silver Creek, Merrick County, Nebraska.  Julia was a daughter of George and Eva MARFICA, born in Poland 18 Jun 1885.  13 children from this marriage:  Helen (Hinkle), Mary (Graham), Frances (Miller), Julia Staniec, Vera (Menney), Rose (McKay), John, Frank, Louis, Thomas and three who died in infancy.

Farmed in Nance and Merrick counties; worked for the railroad for a short time.

Died 26 October 1948; wife Julia died 1966.  Both are buried in the Ss. Peter and Paul Cemetery at Krakow, Nance County, Nebraska

Bartholomew's birth/baptism record
Birth/baptism record, LDS microfilm 1898738, item 11, page 174, #72
Parish of Leki Gorne and Leki Dolne, Galicia, Austria Poland
1864 June, born 24, baptized 26, house 12
Bartholomeus, Catholic, son , legitimate
Father: Laurentius Staniec son of Sebastian and Marianna nee Modelska
Mother: Marianna daughter of Simon Zima and Thecla Augustyn
Godparents: Bartholomeus Koziol, Agatha wife of Stanislaus Boro

Bartholomew was enumerated with the SKORUPA family in the 1880 U.S. census.
1880 U.S. Census, Nebraska, Polk County, Island Precinct, ED 356, page 3, 9-10 June, 1880
Dwelling 19, family 19
Scrupa, Stanisl. age 45, married, farmer, born Poland, parents born Poland
Scrupa, Mary, age 35, wife, married, keeping house, born Poland, parents born Poland
Scrupa, Frank, age 18, son, single, farmer, born Poland, parents born Poland
Scrupa, Josephine, age 13, daughter, single, at home, born Poland, parents born Poland
Scrupa, Mike, age 11 son, single, farmer, born Poland, parents born Poland
Scrupa, Mary, age 9, daughter, single, born Poland, parents born Poland
Scrupa, Stanislaw, age 7, son, single, born Poland, parents born Poland
Scrupa, Henry, age 5, single, born Poland, parents born Poland
Scrupa, Theophila, age 3, single, born Poland, parents born Poland
Scrupa, Wadislaw, age 1, single, born Poland, parents born Poland
Scrupa, Appolonia, age 82, mother, widow, at home, born Poland, parents born Poland
Stanits, Barthole, age 14, servant, single, servant, born Poland, parents born Poland

Marriage record of Bartek STANIEC and Mary SWIERCZEK
Platte County Marriages, Book 4, page 28, #254
Bartek Staniez and Mary Swierczek
2 October 1890, Duncan
Bartek, age 26, residing in Merrick County, born Austria, parents: Lawrence Staniez, Mary Zima
Mary, age 25, residing Platte County, born Austria, parents: Andrew Swierczek, Mary Czapla
Source: Book 4, Platte County Marriages, Published by Nebraska State Genealogical Society, Gen Ref 929.378252 Freeman V.4; W. Dale Clark library, Omaha, Nebraska

1900 U.S. census, Nebraska, Merrick County, Clarksville, ED 134, sheet 8B, 12 June 1900
Dwelling 152, family 152
Staniec, Bartley, head, born June 1864, age 35, married, married 10 years, born Poland (Aust), parents born Poland (Aust), immigrated 1880, first papers filed, R. R. section boss
Staniec, Mary, wife, born May 1875, age 25, married, married 10 years, born Poland (Aust), parents born Poland (Aust), immigrated (blank)
Staniec, Sophia, daughter, born Mch 1892, age 8, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland (Aust)
Staniec, Annie, daughter, born Jun 1894, age 6, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland (Aust)
Staniec, Stephnia, daughter, born Febr 1896, age 4, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland (Aust)
Staniec, Aggie, daughter, born Jan 1898, age 2, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland (Aust)
Staniec, Luke, son, born May 1900, age 1/12, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland (Aust)
Bosak, Mary, servant, born Mch 1880, age 20, single, born Poland (Aust), parents born Poland (Aust), immigrated (blank), servant
Swircek, Joseph, lodger, born Apr 1876, age 24, single, born Poland (Aust), parents born Poland (Aust), immigrated 1899, alien, R. R. laborer
Boro, Peter, lodger, born Jan 1856, age 44, married, married 18 years, born Poland (Aust), parents born Poland (Aust), immigrated 1898, alien, R. R. laborer

Marriage record of Bartley STANIEC and Julia MARFICA
Marriage Records Book E; Central City, Merrick Co., NE
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ne/merrick/marriage/booke.txt
p145 #1962 13 Aug 1906 Silver Creek, Merrick, NE
Staniec, Bartley, age 42 bp: Austria, residence: Nance Co., Nebr
Parents: Lawrence Staniec & Mary Zima
Marfica, Julia, age 22 bp: Austria, residence: Merrick Co., Nebr
Parents: George Marfica & Anna Rodack
Married by Rev. Ladislas Czech, Pastor.
Witnesses: Joseph Staniec and Mary Bara

1910 U.S. census, Nebraska, Nance County, Prairie Creek Township, ED 162, sheet 1b, 16-18 April 1910
Dwelling 12, family 12
Staniece, Bartley, head, age 46, married twice, current marriage 4 years, born Poland Aust, parents born Poland Aust, immigrated 1879, naturalized, farmer, home farm
Staniece, Julia, wife, age 24, married once, married 4 years, mother of 3 children, 3 children living, born Aust Poland, parents born Aust Poland, immigrated 1887
Staniece, Josie S., daughter, age 18, single, born Nebraska, parents born Aust Poland, hired girl, working out
Staniece, Annie, daughter, age 16, single, born Nebraska, parents born Aust Poland
Staniece, Aggie, daughter, age 12, single, born Nebraska, parents born Aust Poland
Staniece, Luke J., son, age 10, single, born Nebraska, parents born Aust Poland
Staniece, Rosie, daughter, age 2, single, born Nebraska, parents born Aust Poland
Staniece, Helen, daughter, age 1, single, born Nebraska, parents born Aust Poland
Staniece, Johnie G., son, age 5/12, single, born Nebraska, parents born Aust Poland

1920 U.S. census, Nebraska, Nance County, Prairie Creek Township, ED 171, sheet 2B, 27-29 January 1920
Farm, dwelling 38, family 38
Stanice, Bartley, head, age 52, immigrated unknown, naturalized 1905, born Poland, parents born Poland, farmer, general farm
Stanice, Julia, wife, age 32, married, immigrated unknown, naturalized, born Poland, parents born Poland
Stanice, Rosy, daughter, age 12, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland
Stanice, Helen, daugher, age 10, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland
Stanice, John, son, age 9, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland
Stanice, Frank, son, age 8, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland
Stanice, Mary, daughter, age 6, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland
Stanice, Vera, daughter, age 5, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland
Stanice, Francis, (blank), male, age 4, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland
Stanice, Julia, daughter, age 3, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland
Stanice, Louisa, daughter, age 1, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland

1930 U.S. census, Nebraska, Nance County, Prairie Creek Township, ED 11, sheet 5B, 24 April 1930
Family 106
Staneic, Bartley, head, age 65, married, age 45 when first married, born Poland, parents born Poland, immigrated 1877, first papers filed, farmer, general farm
Staneic, Julia, age 45, married, age 22 when first married, born Poland, parents born Poland, immigrated 1886
Staneic, Mary, daughter, age 18, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland
Staneic, Frances, daughter, age 15, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland [Francis, male, age 4, in 1920]
Staneic, Julia, daughter, age 12, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland
Staneic, Eloizie, son, age 11, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland [Louisa, daughter, age 1, in 1920]
Staneic, Tom, son, age 6, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland

Daughter Josie \ Josepha \ Josephine STANIEC was born 4 Mar 1892 and baptized in the St. Stanislaus Church in Duncan, Platte County, Nebraska.  She married Stanislaus ARMATYS on 11 Oct 1911 at Ss. Peter and Paul Church in Krakow, Nance County, Nebraska.

Marriage Record Book 4 (part); Fullerton, Nance, NE
http://files.usgwarchives.net/ne/nance/marriage/book4.txt
p11 #277   11 Oct 1911  Krakow, Nance, NE
Armatys, Stanislaus, age 24 bp: Austria, res: Nance Co., NE,  Parents: George Armatys & Josie Gembala
Stanic, Josephine, age 19 bp: Nebraska, res: Nance Co., NE, Parents: Bartley Stanic & Mary Sweiczek
     Married by Rev E Soliwoski.  Married at SS Peter & Paul Catholic Church.  Witnesses: Frank Bregg and Stephania Slanik?

Online Columbus Nebraska Historical Obituaries index:
Armatys, Charles (Mrs) nee Staniec, Josephine, date of obituary  12/15/71

Daughter Stella \ Stephania Josepha was born 27 Feb 1896 and baptized in the St. Stanislaus Church in Duncan Platte County, Nebraska.  She married John BANDUR, son of Bartholomew BANDUR and Katherine RYBA, on 2 Oct 1912 at St. Stanislaus Church in Duncan.  See BANDUR

1920 U.S. census, Nebraska, Platte County, Saint Bernard Township, ED 197, sheet 3B, 15 January 1920
Bandur, John, head, age 37, married, born Nebraska, parents born Poland, farmer
Bandur, Stela, wife, age 23, married, born Nebraska, father born Poland, mother born "don't know"
Bandur, Louis J., son, age 4, single, born Nebraska, parents born Nebraska
Bandur, Aneta C., daughter, age 4/12, single, born Nebraska, parents born Nebraska
Bandur, Tony, brother, age 20, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland, laborer, farm

1930 U.S. census, Nebraska, Platte County, Butler Township, ED 5, sheet 1B, 2-3 April 1930
Dwelling 17, family 17
Bandur, John A., head, age 41, married, age 23 at first marriage, born Nebraska, parents born Poland, farming, general farm
Bandur, Stella, wife, age 33, married, age 17 at first marriage, born Nebraska, parents born Poland
Bandur, Louis, son, age 14, single, born Nebraska, parents born Nebraska
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Bandur, Anita, daughter, age 10, single, born Nebraska, parents born Nebraska
Bandur, Dorothy, daughter, age 7, single, born Nebraska, parents born Nebraska
Bandur, Bernard, son, age 3 7/12, single, born Nebraska, parents born Nebraska

Special Wedding Anniversaries,  St. Stanislaus Centennial Book, Duncan, Platte County, Nebraska, page 196
John and Stephania (Stella) Bandur
John, son of Bartholomew and Catherine (Ryba) Bandur
married
Stella Staniec, daughter of Bartholomew and Marianna (Swierczek) Staniec
at St. Stanislaus Church, Duncan, 2 October 1912
John died 16 July 1965; Mary on 4 May 1982

Daughter Agnes Thecla STANIEC was born 5 Jan 1898 and baptized at St. Stanislaus Church in Duncan, Platte County, Nebraska.  She married Peter NIEDZWIECKI.  The tombstone photograph at Find A Grave shows Agnes died 8 Aug 1960; Peter died 2 Feb 1970.  Both are buried at St. Stanislaus Cemetery in Duncan.

Daughter Anna STANIEC was born 2 Jan 1894 and baptized at St. Stanislaus Church in Duncan, Platte County, Nebraska.  She married Joseph WROBLOWSKI on 4 Oct 1911 at the Ss. Peter and Paul Church at Krakow, Nance County, Nebraska.

Marriage Records Book 2 - 1893 to 1903, Nance County, Nebraska
http://files.usgwarchives.net/ne/nance/marriage/book2a.txt
p6 #272   4 Oct 1911  Krakow, Nance, NE
Wroblowski, Joe, age 23 bp: Nebraska, res: Nance Co., NE; Parents: Joe Wroblowski & Lizzie Pinkash
Stanic, Anna, age 18 bp: Nebraska, res: Merrick Co., NE; Parents: Bartley Stanic & Mary Schwiczik
Married by Rev E. Soliwoski.  Married at S S Peter and Paul Catholic Church.  Witnesses: Ladislaus Woztoszek and Anna Stanic

Anna died 16 Jun 1981; Joseph died 7 Mar 1980.  Both are buried at Ss. Peter and Paul Cemetery in Krakow, Nance County, Nebraska.

Son Luke \ Lucasz STANIEC was born 21 May 1900 and baptized at St. Stanislaus Church in Duncan, Platte County, Nebraska.  The online Social Security Death Index shows Luke died Jan 1962.

Daughter Frances B. STANIEC married Loren L. MILLER:

Marriage Records: Book 6 (partial), Jan 1933 to Jan 1943
http://www.usgennet.org/usa/ne/county/nance/olres/Marriages/marbk6nc.txt
p298 27 Sep 1938 Krakow, Nance, NE
Miller, Loren L., 26 bp: Polk Co., Nebr, res: Polk Co., Nebr, occ: Farmer
Parents: Frank Miller & Mary Scremme
Staniec, Frances B., 23 bp: Nance County, res: Nance County, occ: at home                    
Parents: Bartley Staniec & Julia Marficia
Married by Rev. Ed. Soliwoski.  Married at S.S. Peter & Paul Catholic Church. Witnesses: Louis Staniec of Nance County, Nebraska and Julia Staniec of Nance County, Nebraska

Daughter Julia STANIEC was born 12 Nov 1917 in Silver Creek, Merrick County, Nebraska.  She died 6 Aug 2009 in Osceola, Polk County, Nebraska.  Julia is buried in the Ss. Peter and Paul Cemetery in Krakow, Nance County, Nebraska.  See online Platte County  obituary extracts - http://www.usgennet.org/usa/ne/county/platte/vitals/2009deaths2.html

Son Louis STANIEC married Helen MICEK 9 Apr 1939 in Silver Creek, Merrick County, Nebraska. 

Social Security Death Index
LOUIS STANIEC, born 14 Sep 1919, died Jul 1977, last residence 68663 (Silver Creek, Merrick, NE), last benefit (none specified), SSN 508-16-9386, issued
STANIEC, HELEN born 04 Mar 1921, died 29 Mar 2005 (V), age 84, last residence on record 68663 (Silver Creek, Merrick, NE), last benefit (none specified), issued Nebraska, SSN 508-14-9121

Conflicting date of birth for Louis.
https://sites.rootsweb.com/~nesgs/Ancestree/vol03/v03n03p03.htm#p75
NEBRASKA STATE GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY, WINTER 1981, Volume III, No. 3, Page 76
STANIEC, Louis A. b 4 Sept 1921 d 7 July 1977 Pvt. US Army WWII

Son Thomas STANIEC was born 23 Mar 1924 in Nebraska.

Social Security Death Index
STANIEC, THOMAS, born 23 Mar 1924, died Apr 1986, age 62, last residence on record 66075 (Pleasanton, Linn, KS), last benefit 66075 (Pleasanton, Linn, KS), issued Nebraska, SSN 506-20-2723

Columbus (Nebraska) Historical Obituaries
http://www.onelibraryne.org/obituaries/ColumbusSearchPage.asp
Staniec, Thomas Bartley, obituary date 4/21/1986, Columbus Telegram

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STAROSTKA, STAROSKI


George STAROSTKA and Mary nee SMOLE (SMOLENSKI)
Kathryn STAROSTKA



From St. Stanislaus (Duncan, Platte County, Nebraska) Centennial book
George and Mary SMOLE STAROSTKA biography, page 167 gives Mary's maiden name as SMOLE

John and Victoria STRAOSTKA DUSH biography, page 136
Victoria Starostka, daughter of George and Mary (Smolenski) Starostka, was born on February 14, 1891.  She had seven brothers and one sister....

STAROSKI, George and Mary
STAROSKI, Katy
Source: 1900 US Census, ED 140, Silver Creek TWP, Merrick, NE
Full listing: ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ne/merrick/census/1900/silvrcrk.txt

Staroski, George, age 35, born May 1865 in Aust Poland
Married 14 yrs (c1885). Immig. 1889.

Staroski, Mary (wife), age 30, born Apr 1870 in Nebraska.  Parents born Aust Poland.

Staroski, Charley (son), age 14, born Jan 1885 in Nebraska. Father born Aust Poland.
Staroski, Katy (dau), age 11, born Feb 1889 in Nebraska. Father born Aust Poland.
Staroski, John (son), age 10, born Mar 1890 Nebraska. Father born Aust Poland.
Staroski, Victoria (dau), age 9, born Feb 1891 Nebraska. Father born Aust Poland.
Staroski, Antonia (son), age 7, born Aug 1892 Nebraska. Father born Aust Poland.
Staroski, Vodic (son), age 4, born Mar 1896 Nebraska. Father born Aust Poland.
Staroski, Leo (son), age 1, born Dec 1898 Nebraska. Father born Aust Poland.

Staroski, Katy (mother), age 80, born 1820 in Aust Poland
Mother; Widowed.  Immig. 1885.

Children of George and Mary STAROSTKA
Joe STAROSTKA married Stella BREZENSKI
Charley STAROSTKA married Elizabeth / Lizzie DUSH
Kathryn / Katy STAROSTKA married Joe ZELAZNY
John R. STAROSTKA married 21 January 1914 Mary CZARNIK (b. 18 January 1900)
Victoria STAROSTKA married 17 February 1909 John DUSH
Anthony STAROSTKA married Agnes STOPAK
Walter STAROSTKA married Victoria CZAPLA
Leo STAROSTKA married Eva STOPAK
Edward STAROSTKA married Anna BECK
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STAWARZ / STAWOSZ / STAVAS

Sophia STAWOSZ
Joseph STAVAS
 
While researching the Bartholomew BANDUR - Catharina RYBA family who settled in Platte County Nebraska, I found their daughter Monica / Minnie married a Joseph STAVAS.  Joseph and Minnie's 1930 census listing shows that Joseph immigrated in 1913.  I have not yet found Joseph in the 1920 census, but I did find what I believe might be the Ship Manifest for Joseph, his mother and sister.

Baltimore Passenger List -- see Manifest entry
SS Barcelona, sailing from Hamburg, 16 May 1914, (second page is not online) arrived at Baltimore June 1914
Line 9 Stawosz, Zofia, age 30, wife, citizen of Austria, Polish, last residence, Austria Machowa (maybe), nearest relative father and grandfather Jan Platzac (?) (I'm sure about the Pla...), Machowa (Nadowa ??)
The second page of this manifest that would tell where and who this passenger was going is not online
Line 10 Stawosz, Karolina, age 1 3/4, daughter
Line 11 Stawosz, Josef, age 10, son
Margin note: 2214 - Omaha-15-17784-Rialto (Ralto)-107/1616-5154 ??? - 3/4/41

At the time I found this entry I didn't have any concrete information to indicate this was Joseph's family.  I went to an online index for obituaries published in the Columbus (Nebraska) Telegram newspaper and did a search for the surname STAVAS.  These were the results:

Columbus Nebraska Historical Obituaries  http://www.onelibraryne.org/obituaries/columbussearchpage.asp
Name Last, First Obituary Date Newspaper
Kresha, John (Mrs) nee Stavas, Caroline 3/27/1981 Columbus Telegram
Stavas, John (Mrs) Placzek, Sophia 9/4/1974 Columbus Telegram
Stavas, Joseph (Mrs) nee Anna 8/14/1972 Columbus Telegram
Stavas, Joseph (Mrs) nee Bandur, Monica (Minnie) 5/28/1992 Columbus Telegram
Stavas, Leo T 7/23/1995 Columbus Telegram

The Social Security Death Index entries for these people:

Social Security Death Index   http://ssdi.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/ssdi.cgi
Name Birth Death Last Residence Last Benefit SSN Issued
LEO T STAVAS 14 Aug 1936 23 Jul 1995 (not specified) (none specified) 505-38-1231 Nebraska
SOPHIA STAVAS 05 Apr 1882 Aug 1974 80010 (Aurora, Arapahoe, CO) (none specified) 506-86-1554 Nebraska
JOE STAVAS 10 May 1904 Aug 1972 68601 (Columbus, Platte, NE) (none specified) 507-12-2086 Nebraska
MINNIE STAVAS 11 Aug 1904 28 May 1992 68601 (Columbus, Platte, NE) (none specified) 508-44-2514 Nebraska
JOHN KRESHA 11 May 1904 Oct 1983 68601 (Columbus, Platte, NE) (none specified) 508-03-2165 Nebraska
CAROLINE KRESHA 26 Nov 1911 Mar 1981 68601 (Columbus, Platte, NE) (none specified) 508-68-4058 Nebraska

The Obituary Index entry for Sophia shows that her maiden name was PLACZEK.  The ship manifest entry shows that her father's name was Jan PLATZAC, a phonetic representation of PLACZEK.  Sophia gave her age on the 1914 manifest as 30 years, making her approximate year of birth as 1884; the Social Security Index gives her year of birth as 1882.  Close enough, as most genealogists have often found.

The Obituary Index lists a Caroline STAVAS KRESHA.  Karolina, age 1 3/4, daughter of Sophia, was listed on the ship manifest, with a brother Joseph, age 10.  The Social Security Index gives Caroline KRESHA's date of birth as 25 Nov 1911.  Her age is about a year off between the manifest and the SSDI entry.  Again within reasonable limits.

Joe STAVAS in the Social Security Index was born 10 May 1904.  Josef, age 10, son of Sophia, was listed on the ship manifest, with a sister Karolina.  The age between the ship listing and the SSDI is right on.

1930 U.S. census, Nebraska, Platte, Columbus Township, ED 6, sheet 4A, 14 April, 1930
Dwelling 87, family 87
Stavas, Joseph, head, age 25, married, age 23 at first marriage, born Poland, parents born Poland, immigrated 1913, naturalized, station operator, filling station
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Stavas, Minnie, wife, age 25, age 23 at first marriage, born Nebraska, parents born Poland

Minnie was a daughter of Bartholomew BANDUR and Catharina nee RYBA.  See BANDUR for more information about her family.

According to an entry at Find A Grave (http://findagrave.com), Sophia PLACZEK STAVAS, was buried at Saint Peter Catholic Cemetery, Fullerton, Nance County, Nebraska.  Date of birth 5 April 1882, date of death 31 August 1974.  Find A Grave entry.

There was also an entry at Find A Grave for a John STAVAS, also buried at Saint Peter Catholic Cemetery in Fullerton.  According to the entry, John was born 28 December 1885 and died 18 April 1957.

In the Cemeteries of Nance County Nebraska, Volume 2, St. Peter Cemetery in Fullerton has an entry for
STOVAS, Sophia  Apr 5, 1882
STOVAS, John      Dec 28, 1885     Apr 18, 1957
A copy of this book is in the Genealogy Room of the W. Dale Clark library in Omaha, Nebraska.

Find A Grave entry for Caroline STAVAS KRESHA shows she is buried at St. Bonaventure Cemetery in Columbus, Platte County, Nebraska.  Her date of birth is 26 November 1911 and her date of death is 26 March 1981.  Find A Grave entry.

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SWIRCZEK / SWIERCZEK / SWERTZIC

John and SWIRCZEK and Stella nee DUBAS
 
John SWIERCZEK was a son of Andrew SWIERCZEK and Sophia CZAPLA.  He was born 24 Jun 1870 in Poland. He immigrated to the United States with his mother and sister Mary.  Mary married Bartholomew STANIEC.  John married Stella \ Stephania DUBAS in Duncan, Platte County, Nebraska  Stella was born 17 Dec 1876 in Polk County, a daughter of Andrew and Agnes PODRAZA DUBAS.  John and Stella were the parents of ten children.

Barbara, born 29 Nov 1897; baptised at St. Stanislaus Church, Duncan, Platte County, Nebraska.  She died in infancy.

Dominic, born 8 Dec 1900 \ 1 Dec 1899; baptised 8 Dec 1899 at St. Stanislaus Church in Duncan.  Married Helen TARNICK on 29 Oct 1928 at Ss. Peter and Paul Church in Krakow, Nance County, Nebraska.  Helen was a daughter of Joseph TARNICK (CZARNIK) and Mary CUBA.  Dominic died Feb 1972.

Social Security Death Index
DOMINIC SWERTZIC, born 08 Dec 1900, died Feb 1972, last residence 68107 (Omaha, Douglas, NE), last benefit (none specified), SSN 507-12-9874, issued Nebraska
SWERTZIC, HELEN E, born 25 Apr 1910, died 31 Aug 2005 (V), age 95, last residence on record 68107 (Omaha, Douglas, NE), last benefit (none specified), issued Nebraska, SSN 505-26-8012

Both are buried at St. John's Cemetery, Bellevue, Sarpy County, Nebraska.
Find A Grave Links -- Dominic     Helen

Adolph, born 5 Oct 1902; baptised St. Stanislaus Church, Duncan, Platte County, Nebraska. He died 5 Jun 1929; buried Ss. Peter and Paul Cemetery, Krakow.  He did not marry.

Charles, born 23 Apr 1903.  Married Bernice MILLER, daughter of John and Ursula FLEECE MILLER, on 1 Feb 1927 at Ss. Peter and Paul Church in Krakow.

Social Security Death Index
CHARLES W SWERTZIC, born 23 Apr 1903, died 02 Oct 1994, last residence 68638 (Fullerton, Nance, NE), last benefit (none specified), SSN 505-48-6029, issued Nebraska
BERNICE SWERTZIC, born 03 Dec 1905, died Jul 1982, last residence 68638 (Fullerton, Nance, NE), last benefit (none specified), SSN 505-86-6104, issued Nebraska

Find A Grave Links -- Charles     Bernice

John B., born 5 Jul 1904.  Married Clara MILLER, daughter of John and Ursula FLEECE MILLER,  on 26 Feb 1930 at Ss. Peter and Paul Church in Krakow.

Social Security Death Index
JOHN B SWERTZIC, born 09 Jul 1904, died 02 Apr 1993, last residence 68663 (Silver Creek, Merrick, NE), last benefit (none specified), SSN 508-46-6301, issued Nebraska
SWERTZIC, CLAIRE J, born 19 Feb 1910, died 06 Jun 1992, age 82, last residence on record 68663 (Silver Creek, Merrick, NE), last benefit (none specified), issued Nebraska, SSN 505-74-7244   

Victoria, born 25 Jun 1906.  Married Sylvester KUSEK on 9 May 1933 at Ss. Peter and Paul Church in Krakow.  Sylvester was a son of Frank KUSEK and Mary ZOUCHA.

Grand Island Independent
RAVENNA -- Victoria Kusek, 95, of Ravenna died Sunday, Jan. 20, 2002, at Good Samaritan Center in Ravenna.  [Funeral] at St. Josaphat's Catholic Church in Loup City...[burial] in Evergreen Cemetery in Loup City.
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Mrs. Kusek was born June 25, 1906, at Silver Creek to John and Stella (Dubas) Swertzic.  ...  She married Sylvester G. Kusek on May 9, 1933, at Krakow in Genoa. ... Her husband died May 6, 1984.

Find A Grave Links -- Victoria     Sylvester 

Alvin, born 10 Aug 1909 \ 9 Aug 1909.

PLATTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA, 2002 Deaths Reported in the Columbus Telegram, (L - Z)
http://www.usgennet.org/usa/ne/county/platte/vitals/2002deaths2.html
SWERTZIC, Alvin B, 92: b Aug 9, 1909, Merrick County; s of John Swertzic-Stella Dubas; died May 16, Genoa; burial St Lawrence Catholic Cemetery, Silver Creek

Social Security Death Index
ALVIN B SWERTZIC, born 09 Aug 1909, died 16 May 2002 (P), last residence  68638 (Fullerton, Nance, NE), last benefit (none specified), SSN 505-48-9532, issued Nebraska

Find A Grave Link -- Alvin

Adeline, born 14 Oct 1910.  Married Frank STANCZYK, son of John STANCZYK and Rosa JOB, on 16 Oct 1934 at Ss. Peter and Paul Church in Krakow.

PLATTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA, 2007 Deaths Reported in the Columbus Telegram, (L - Z)
http://www.usgennet.org/usa/ne/county/platte/vitals/2007deaths2.html
STANCZYK, Adeline "Della", 96: b Oct 15, 1910, Merrick County, to John and Stella (Dubas) Swertzic; m Frank Stanczyk, Oct 16, 1934, Krakow; sc Mary Lou Matison, Joan Nowak; died Jan 27, 2007, Osceola

Find A Grave Links -- Adeline     Frank

Martha, born 15 Nov 1912.  Married Lawrence GDOWSKI at Ss. Peter and Paul Church in Krakow.

Martha G. Gdowski - The Grand Island Independent - (Feb/8/2009), Ancestry.com Obituary Collection
FULLERTON, Martha G. Gdowski, 96, of Fullerton died Saturday, Feb. 7, 2009, at home....  Burial...in the Fullerton Catholic Cemetery.
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Mrs. Gdowski was born Nov. 15, 1912, on Prairie Island southeast of Silver Creek to John D. And Stella (Dubas) Swertzic.
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On July 3, 1948, she married Lawrence T. Gdowski at Krakow. They made their home and farmed north of Fullerton.

Find A Grave Link -- Martha    

Bennie, born 25 Jan 1915; died 29 Apr 1987.  Married Adeline KOCER, born 5 Dec 1917; died 27 Apr 1996.

Find A Grave Links - Bennie     Adeline

Sources:
Centennial book of  Ss. Peter and Paul Church, Krakow, Nance County, Nebraska USA -- One Hundred Years 1893-1993
St. Stanislaus Church Records
Social Security Death Index -- http://ssdi.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/ssdi.cgi
Nance County Marriage Records -- http://www.usgennet.org/usa/ne/county/nance/olresour.html#mar
Find A Grave http://www.findagrave.com

See DUBAS   See STANIEC

1900 U.S. census, Nebraska, Merrick County, Silver Creek, ED 140, sheet 4A, 1 June 1900
Dwelling 98, family 98
Swirczek, John, head, married, born ____ 1874, age 26, married, married 4 years, born Poland Aust, parents born Poland Aust, immigrated 1890, naturalized, farmer
Swirczek, Stella, wife, born Febr 1876, age 24, married, married 4 years, mother of 1 child, 1 child living, born Nebraska, parents born Poland Aust
Swirczek, Dominek, son, born July 1899, age 10/12, single, born Nebraska, father born Aust Poland, mother born Nebraska

1920 U.S. Census, Nebraska, Merrick County, Silver Creek, ED 162, sheet 11A, 13 Jan 1920
Dwelling 10, family 10
Swirtzek, John, head, age 60, married, immigrated 1876, naturalized, born Poland, parents born Poland, farmer
Swirtzek, Stella, wife, age 43, married, born Nebraska, parents born Poland
Swirtzek, Dominik, son, age 20, single, born Nebraska, father born Poland, mother born Nebraska
Swirtzek, Adolph, son, age 18, single, born Nebraska, father born Poland, mother born Nebraska
Swirtzek, Charley, son, age 16, single, born Nebraska, father born Poland, mother born Nebraska
Switrzek, John, son, age 14, single, born Nebraska, father born Poland, mother born Nebraska
Swirtzek, Victoria, daughter, age 13, single, born Nebraska, father born Poland, mother born Nebraska
Swirtzek, Albert, son, age 11, single, born Nebraska, father born Poland, mother born Nebraska
Swirtzek, Della, daughter, age 9, single, born Nebraska, father born Poland, mother born Nebraska
Swirtzek, Martha, daughter, age 8, single, born Nebraska, father born Poland, mother born Nebraska
Swirtzek, Bennie, son, age 4, single, born Nebraska, father born Poland, mother born Nebraska

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SZALEWSKI

Martin B. SZALEWSKI
 
The following query was posted to the Rootsweb list NE-Polish:
Hi List, I am looking for some details about Martin J. SZALEWSKI, b. 1885 and d. 1956 in Omaha. His father was Mateusz SZALEWSKI (1849-1903) and his mother was Mary STAFINSKI. He first married Anastasia "Nastka" KALKOWSKI on 22 Feb 1911 in Ashton, Sherman County, Nebraska. Nastka died 9 Jun 1929, possibly related to childbirth, but not necessarily. She had been ill for "some time". I am trying to find out if there were any children born to Martin and Nastka, though from family sources no children survived... I am just wondering if there were any births. I am also reasonably sure that Martin remarried after Nastka's death. Does anyone know who his second wife was and if they had any children?
Select entries from the Omaha City Directories:

Spouses were not listed with heads of households until the 1931 directory.

Omaha city directories:
1928 Szalewski
John lab Dold Pkg Co r(esides) 4217 S 40th av
Jos lab Dold Pkg Co r 4217 s 40th av
Martin trmr Dold Pkg Co h(ouseholder) 4108 S 38th
Victoria lab Dold Pkg Co r 4217 S 40th av
Walter trmr Dold Pkg co h 4217 S 40th av

1929 Szalewski
John lab Dold Pkg Co r 4718 S 25th
Jos lab Dold Pkg Co r 4217 S 40th av
Victoria sausagemkr Dold Pkg Co r 4217 S 40th av
Walter hlpr Dold Pkg Co h 4217 S 40th av

No directory printed in 1930

1931 Szalewski
Jennie W (wid Walter) h 4217 S 40th av
John (Mary) butcher Dold's h 4418 S 41st
Jos butcher Dold's r 4217 S 40th av

1932 Szaleswski (sic)
Anton F (Josephine) asst ydmstr UPRR h 4102 S 38th
Jennie (wid Walter) h 4217 S 40th av
John soft drinks 2920 S 27th av h do [home address same as business]
John (Mary) trimmer Dold Pkg Co h 4418 S 41st
Jos lab Dold Pkg Co r 4217 S 40th av
Martin (Mary) lab Dold Pkg Co h 4108 S 38th

1936 Szalewski
Anton F (Josephine) ye master UPRR h 4102 S 38th
Genevieve R r 4217 S 40th av
Jennie (wid Walter) lab h 4217 S 40th av
John W (Mary) lab h 4418 S 41st
Jos (Helen) butcher Dold Pkg Co h 3721 V
Martin (Mary) butcher Dold Pkg Co h 4108 S 38th

1941 Szalewski
Anton F (Josephine) ydmstr h 4102 S 38th
Dorothy pkr Swift & Co r 4217 S 40th av
Genevieve R pkr Glaser's Provisions r 4217 S 40th av
Jennie (wid Walter) h 4217 S 40th av
John B (Mary A) head trimmer Lewis Pkg Co h 4418 S 41st
Jos A (Helen) lab Wilson h 4130 R
Marjorie waiter r 4217 S 40th av
Martin J (Mary) lab Wilson h 4108 S 38th
1948 Szalewski
Anton F (Josephine) ydmstr UPRR h 4102 S 38th
Cath comptometer opr r 4217 S 39th av
Jennie (wid Walter) h 4217 S 40th av
John B (Mary) beverages 2367 S 29th h 4418 S 41st
Jos (Helen) butcher Wilson's h 3642 T
Martin J (Mary) h 4108 S 38th

1955 Szalewski
Anton F (Josephine A) ydmstr UPRR h 4102 S 38th
John W (Mary L) city policemn h 2826 S 34th
Jos A (Helen A; Idle Hour Tavern) h 2367 1/2 S 29th
Marion A tranee US Natl Bk r 4102 S 38th
Martin J (Mary) h 4108 S 38th

1956 Szalewski
Anton F (Josephine A) yd master UPRR h 4102 S 38th
Carol G Mrs clk Tel Co r 824 S 35th
John W (Mary L) city policemn h 2826 S 34th
Jos A (Helen A; Idle Hour Tavern) h 2367 1/2 S 29th
Marian A (Carol G) emp US Natl Bk r 824 S 35th
Martin J (Mary) h 4108 S 38th

1957 Szalewski
Anton F (Josephine A) yard master UPRR h 4102 S 38th
Carol G Mrs supvr Tel Co r 2405 E apt 6
John W (Mary L) city policemn h 2826 S 34th
Joseph A (Helen A; Idle Hour Tavern) 2367 S 29th h 2367 1/2 S 29th
Marion A (Carol G) teller U S Natl Bank h 2405 E apt 6
Martin J (Mary) h 4108 S 38th

1958 Szalewski
Anton F (Josephine A) yard master UPRR h 4102 S 38th
Carol G Mrs with Tel Co r 2405 E apt 6
Janice bmo Omar r 4106 N
John W (Mary L) city police h 4961 S 41st ave
Joseph A (Helen A; Idle Hour Tavern) h 4106 N
Marion A (Carol G) asst transit mgr US Natl Bank h 2405 E apt 6
Mary B (wid Martin J) h 4108 S 38th

1963 Szalewski
Anton F (Josephine A) yardmstr UPRR h 4102 S 38th
Carol G Mrs with Tel Co r 2301 S 50th
John W (Mary L) city policemn h 4969 S 41st av
Joseph (Helen L; Idle Hour Tavern)
Marion A (Carol G) supvr US Natl Bk h 2301 S 50th
Mary B (wid Martin J) h 4228 F


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SZCZEPANIAK

Albert \ Adalbert \ Wojciech SZCZEPANIAK and Pelagia FIDLER \ FIEDLER

Albert SZCZEPANIAK in Omaha, Nebraska, was named as the son-in-law of Jacob and Rosalie FIEDLER on the FIEDLER's ship manifest listing.

Ship List:

S.S. Pennsylvania sailing from Hamburg 5 June 1898, Arriving at Port of New York 17 June 1898
Jacob Fiedler, age 63, married, laborer, German, from Murowana, going to Omaha, Nebraska to son-in-law Adalbert Szczepaniak
Rosalie Fiedler, age 37, married, wife
Teofila Fiedler, age 10, single

Teofila \ Theofila married Stanislaus SZTORC.  See SZTORC below.

The 1900 census shows that Albert and his wife Pelagia were married 6 years at the time of the census.  Based on the ages of the children enumerated with Adalbert it is apparent that Adalbert was previously married. 

An online Omaha Area Marriages and Anniversaries Index by the Greater Omaha Genealogy Society http://omahamarriages.wordpress.com/ lists Albert and Pelegia's marriage in October 1894:

SZCZEPANIAK, Albert; age 39; md. Pelagia FREDLER,; age 22; Oct 1894, license # 3026

1900 U.S. Census, Nebraska, Douglas County, Omaha, ED 21, sheet 4B, 1 June 1900
2528 South 26th Street, dwelling 64, family 29
Szczepaniak, Albert, head, born Apr 1854, age 46, married, married 6 years, born Poland Ger, parents born Poland Ger, immigrated 1883, alien, baker
Szczepaniak, Plagia, wife, born Nov 1871, age 28, married, married 6 years, mother of 4 children, 3 children living, born Poland Ger, parents born Poland Ger
Szczepaniak, Minnie, daughter, born Sept 1881, age 18, single, born Poland Ger, parents born Poland Ger, immigrated 1885, servant
Szczepaniak, Edward, son, born June 1882, age 17, single, born Poland Ger, parents born Poland Ger, immigrated 1885
Szczepaniak, Plagia, daughter, born Nov 1886, age 13, single, born Iowa, parents born Poland Ger, at school
Szczepaniak, John, son, born July 1888, age 11, single, born Iowa, parents born Poland Ger, at school
Szczepaniak, Harry, son, born Aug 1895, age 4, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland Ger
Szczepaniak, Gracie, daughter, born Jan 1898, age 2, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland Ger

The 1910 census has a Frank SZCZEPANIAK living next door to Wojciech (Adalbert) and Pelagia SZCZEPANIAK.  Wojciech notes that he was married twice.

1910 U.S. Census, Nebraska, Douglas County, Omaha, ED 7, sheet 2A, 16 April 1910
2524 So 26th Street, dwelling 25, family 28
Szczepaniak, Frank, head, age 35, married once, married 18 years, born Germany Pol, parents born Germany Pol, immigrated 1890, naturlaized, blaksmith, shop
Szczepaniak, Veronika, wife, age 36, married once, married 18 years, mother of 7 children, 4 children living, born German Pol, parents born German Pol, immigrated 1880
Szczepaniak, Angela E., daughter, age 14, single, born Nebraska, parents born German Pol
Szczepaniak, Loretta M., daughter, age 8 7/12, single, born Nebraska, parents born German Pol
Szczepaniak, Chester L., son, age 2/12, single, born Nebraska, parents born German Pol
1910 U.S. Census, Nebraska, Douglas County, Omaha, ED 7, sheet 2A, 16 April 1910
2528 So 26th Street - rear, dwelling 26, family 29
Rosiak, Leon head, age 32, married once, married 4 years, born Germany Pol, parents born Germany Pol, immigrated 1905, first papers filed, blacksmith, shop
Rosiak Josephene, wife, age 23, married once, married 4 years, mother of 0 children, born Iowa, parents born German Pol
Rapp, Jacob, boarder, age 25, single, born Nebraska, parenst born Iowa, truckman, packing house
1910 U.S. Census, Nebraska, Douglas County, Omaha, ED 7, sheet 2B, 16 April 1910
2528 So 26 Street, dwelling 26, family 30
Szczepaniak, Wojciech, head, age 55, married twice, currently married 16 years, born German Pol, parents born German Pol, immigrated 1885, alien, laborer, street
Szczepaniak, Pelagia, wife, age 38, married once, married 16 years, mother of 8 children, 4 children living, born Germany Pol, parents born Germany Pol, immigrated 1891
Szczepaniak, Hieronim, son, age 14, single, born Nebraska, parents born German Pol
Szczepaniak, Kazimiera, daughter, age 11 4/12, single, born Nebraska, parents born German Pol
Szczepaniak, Severyn, son, age 9 5/12, single, born Nebraska, parents born German Pol
Szczepaniak, Edmunt, son, age 8 3/12, single, born Nebraska, parents born German Pol

1920 U.S. Census, Nebraska, Douglas County, Omahd, ED 122, sheet 10B, 10 January 1920
6920 Emmett Street, dwelling 233, family 240
Sczepaniak (sic), Albert, head, age 65, married, immigrated 1883, alien, born German Poland, speaks Polish, parents born German Poland, laborer, packing house
Sczepaniak, Peligie, wife, age 48, married, immigrated 1891, alien, born German Poland, parents born German Poland
Sczepaniak, Harry W., son, age 24, single, born Nebraska, parents born German Poland, fireman, railroad
Sczepaniak, Severy, son, age 19, single, born Nebraska, parents born German Poland, solderer, can factory
Sczepaniak, Edmund, son, age 18, single, born Nebraska, parents born German Poland, oven ____, biscuit factory


Daughter Michalena SZCZEPANIAK (Minnie in the 1900 census) married Louis DOMANSKI in February 1901.

Omaha Area Marriages and Anniversaries Index by the Greater Omaha Genealogy Society
http://omahamarriages.wordpress.com/su-sz/
SZCZPANIK, Michilena; 20; md. Louis DOMANSKI; 35; Feb 1901, license # 10006

Michalena's brother John was enumerated with her and her husband in the 1910 census; her brother Edward was with them in the 1920 census.

1910 U.S. Census, Nebraska, Douglas County, Omaha, ED 7, sheet 5A, 19 April 1910
2420 Bancroft, dwelling 71, family 80
Dumanski, Louis, head, age 45, married once, married 10 years, born Germany Pol, parents born Germany Pol, immigrated 1870, naturalized, trunk maker, factory
Dumanski, Michalina, wife, age 27, married once, married 10 years, mother of 0 children, born Germany Pol, parents born Germany Pol, immigrated 1889
Szczepaniak, John, brother-in-law, age 22, single, born Nebraska, parents born Germany Pol, order clerk, packing house

1920 U.S. Census, Nebraska, Douglas County, Omaha, ED 85, sheet 14A, 16 January 1920
2420 Bancroft Street, dwelling 250, family 262
Domanski, Louis, head, age 55, married, immigrated 1878, first papers filed, born Westprusan, speaks Poish, parents born Westprusan Ger, night watchman, packing house
Domanski, Michalena, wife, age 40, married, immigrated 1884, alien, born Posen, parents born Posen Ger
Domanski, Theodore, son, age 4 0/12, married (sic), born Nebraska, father born Westprusan Ger, mother born Posen Ger
Szczepaniak, Edward, brother-in-law, age 38, widowed, immigrated 1884, alien, born Posen Po-G, speaks Polish, parents born Posen, sealer, packing house

Daughter Pelagia SZCZEPANIAK married Julius YESHNOWSKI in June 1906.  In 1920 Pelagia \ Pearl was widowed.  In 1930 she was married to Steve HOLEWINSKI.

Omaha Area Marriages and Anniversaries Index by the Greater Omaha Genealogy Society
http://omahamarriages.wordpress.com/su-sz/
SZCZEPNIAK, Pelagia; 19; md. Julius YUSHNOWSKE; 27; Jun 1906, license # 17475

1910 U.S. Census, Nebraska, Douglas, Omaha, ED 7, sheet 3A, 18 April 1910
2506 So 25th Street, dwelling 40, family 46
Jasienowski, Julius, head, age 31, married twice, (# of years married is blank), born Nebraska, parents born Germany Pol, clerk, fraternal society
Jasienowski, Pelagia, wife, age 22, married once, (# of years married is blank), born Nebraska, parents born Germany Pol
Jasienowski, Clara, daughter, age 9 5/12, single, born Nebraska, parents born Nebraska
Jasienowski, Joseph, son, age 8 0/12, single, born Nebraska, parents born Nebraska
Jasienowski, Louis, son, age 5 2/12, single, born Nebraska, parents born Nebraska
Jasienowski, Edward, son, age 2 11/12, single, born Nebraska, parents born Nebraska

1920 U.S. Census, Douglas County, Omaha, ED 91, sheet 8A, 9 January 1920
3528 Vinton, dwelling 181, family 204
Yeshnowski, Pearl, head, age 33, widow, born Nebraska, parents born Poland
Yeshnowski, Clara, daughter, age 19, single, born Nebraska, father born Poland, mother born Nebraska, ___ Biscuit Co.
Yeshnowski, Joseph, son, age 18, single, born Nebraska, father born Poland, mother born Nebraska, laborer, CNW Freighthouse
Yeshnowski, Louis, son, age 15, single, born Nebraska, parenst born (blank), laborer, box factory
Yeshnowski, Edward, son, age 13, single, born Nebraska, parenst born (blank), student
Yeshnowski, Julius, son, age 9, single, born Nebraska, parenst born (blank), student

1930 U.S. census, Nebraska, Douglas County, Omaha, ED 94, sheet 42A, 9 April 1930
3007 Vinton, dwelling 324, family 347
Holewinski, Steve, head, age 53, married, age 29 when first married, born Poland, parents born Poland, immigrated 1906, forge engineer, railroad shop
Holewinski, Pearl, wife, age 43, married, age 19 when first married, born Iowa, parents born Poland
Holewinski, Dorothy, daughter, age 17, born Nebraska, parents born Poland, clerk department store
Holewinski, Edward, son, age 23, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland, laborer, depot
Holewinski, Raymond, son, age 5, single, bonr Nebraska, parents born Poland
Yeshnowiski, Julius, stepson, age 19, single, born Nebraska, father born Poland, mother born Iowa, laborer, railroad shop

Son John SZCZEPANIAK

World War I Draft Registration - Jun 1917
John B. Szczepaniak, age 28
Address 2528 So 26, Omaha, Nebraska
Born July 10, 1888, natural born, birthplace Omaha, Nebraska
Occupation, Deputy Sheriff; employer M. L. Clark, Douglas County, Nebraska
Dependents: wife and 3 children

1920 U.S. census, Nebraska, Douglas County, Omaha, ED 91, sheet 9A, 19 January 1920
3707 Gold Street, dwelling 215, family 242
Sczepaniek, John B., head, age 31, married, born Nebraska, parents born Poland, officer, police department
Sczepaniek, Helen, wife, age 29, married, born New York, father born Austria, mother born Poland
Sczepaniek, Albert, son, age 8, single, born Nebraska, father born Nebraska, mother born New York
Sczepaniek, Agnes, daughter, age 6, born Nebraska, father born Nebraska, mother born New York
Sczepaniek, Veronica, daughter, age 4, born Nebraska, father born Nebraska, mother born New York
Sczepaniek, Helen, daughter, age 1 8/12, born Nebraska, father born Nebraska, mother born New York

1930 U.S. Census, Nebraska, Douglas County, Omahd, ED 93, sheet 37A, 7 April 1930
3915 Gold Street, dwelling 266, family 291
Szczepaniak, John, head, age 41, married, age 22 when first married, born Nebraska, parents born Germany, patrolman, city
Szczepaniak, Helen, wife, age 39, married, age 20 when first married, born New York, father born Austria, mother born Germany
Szczepaniak, Albert, son, age 18, single, born Nebraska, father born Nebraska, mother born New York, baker apprentice, bakery shop
Szczepaniak, Agnes, daughter, age 17, single, born Nebraska, father born Nebraska, mother born New York
Szczepaniak, Veronica, daughter, age 15, single, born Nebraska, father born Nebraska, mother born New York
Szczepaniak, Helen, daughter, age 11, single, born Nebraska, father born Nebraska, mother born New York
Szczepaniak, John, son, age 8, single, born Nebraska, father born Nebraska, mother born New York
Szczepaniak, Frances, daughter, age 7, single, born Nebraska, father born Nebraska, mother born New York
Szczepaniak, George, son, age 5, single, born Nebraska, father born Nebraska, mother born New York
Szczepaniak, Katherine, daughter, single, born Nebraska, father born Nebraska, mother born New York

Entries at Find A Grave  http://www.findagrave.com
John B. SZCZEPANIAK, born 1888, died 1957, buried St. John's Cemetery, Sarpy County, Nebraska - Link
Helen B. SZCZEPANIAK, born 1890, died 1964, buried St. John's Cemetery, Sarpy County, Nebraska - Link


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SZTORC, STORC

Stanislaus SZTORC \ STORC and Theophila nee FIDLER \ FIEDLER
Also:
Theophila's parents - Jacob FIEDLER and Rosalie nee WOLNIEWICZ
Theophila's sister and brother-in-law - Albert \ Adalbert SZCZEPANIAK and Pelagia FIDLER \ FIEDLER
Grzegorz KLOCH (named on Stanislaus SZTORC's ship list entry as a cousin)


My great grandmother was Agnieszka SZTORC GALUS.

In April 2010 I received an e-mail from Therese E. saying

I am a descendent of Stanley Peter Storc whose father was Stanislaus Storc and mother was Theophila (Wolniewicz) Fiedler. My father was born in Omaha, Nebraska. His mother was born in Poznan, Poland. His father was born in Galicia, Poland. I was told that his surname was originally Sztorc.

In another e-mail

One of my aunts said that our surname possibly had been Sztorc in Poland, she believed.   Theophila (my grandmother) was born in Poznan, Poland.  She came to America when she was 11 years old with her parents Rosalie (Wolniewicz) Fiedler and her father, Jacob
"James" Fiedler.  Rosalie was Polish, but Jacob was I think German or Austrian?  Stanley Storc Sr. (my grandfather) came to America from Poland when he was 16 or 17 years old.  He must have had relatives in Omaha, Nebraska.  Theophila and Stanley met in Omaha  Theophila had a brother (also named Stanley) who worked at the Cudahy Packing Company where Stanley Storc worked.  Her brother introduced them.

I began looking for information about Therese's family that might lead to a connection to my own SZTORC family.  I first located Stanislaus' World War I draft registration and then found Stanislaus and Theophila in the U.S. censuses

World War I draft registration - 1917
Stanley Storc
2765 Dean Street, Omaha, Nebraska
Born December 26, 1886
Declarant, birthplace Tarnow, Poland Austria, citizen of Austria
Occupation, Asst Foreman, Cudahy Packing Company, So. Side Omaha
Dependents, wife, 4 children - also has mother-in-law
Married, caucasian

1920 U.S. census, Nebraska, Douglas County, Omaha, ED 84, sheet 10A, ___ January 1920
2765 Dean Street, dwelling 185, family 208
Storc, Stanley, head, age 33, married, immigrated 1903, naturalized 1919, born Poland, parents born Poland, locomotive fireman, railroad
Storc, Theophelia, wife, age 32, married, immigrated 1888, naturalized 1919, born Poland, parents born Poland
Storc, John, son, age 8 10/12, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland
Storc, Mary, daughter, age 6 11/12, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland
Storc, Cecelia, daughter, age 5 5/12, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland
Storc, Lucy, daughter, age 3, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland
Storc, Joseph, son, age 10/12, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland
Fedlar, Rosylia, mother-in-law, age 59, widowed, immigrated 1888, alien, born Austria Poland, parents born Austria Poland

1930 U.S. census, Nebraska, Douglas County, Omaha, ED 95, sheet 8B, 5 April 1930
2928 Arbor Street, dwelling 99, family 107
Storc, Stanley, head, age 43, married, age 23 when first married, born Poland Austria, parents born Poland Austria, immigrated 1903, naturalized, fireman, railroad
Storc, Theophila, wife, age 42, age 22 when first married, born Poland Austria, parents born Poland Austria, immigrated 1895, naturalized
Storc, John, son, age 18, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland Austria
Storc, Mary, daughter, age 17, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland Austria, stenographer, flour mill
Storc, Cecilia, daughter, age 15, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland Austria
Storc, Lucy, daughter, age 13, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland Austria
Storc, Joseph, son, age 11, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland Austria
Storc, Francis, son, age 9, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland Austria
Storc, Dorothy, daughter, age 6, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland Austria
Storc, Stanley, son, age 3 11/12, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland Austria
Fidler, Rose, mother-in-law, age 67, widowed, born Poland Austria, parents born Poland Austria, immigrated 1898, alien

According to the information in these censuses, Stanislaus \ Stanley immigrated to the U.S. in 1903.  I have not found him in the 1900 U.S. census yet.  I did find his wife Theophila enumerated with her parents in the 1900 and 1910 censuses.  The FIDLER family shows they immigrated in 1898.

1900 U.S. census, Nebraska, Douglas, Omaha, ED 21, sheet 4A, ___ June 1900
2508 So. 28th Street, dwelling 54, family 59
Fiddeler, Jacob, head, born Jan 1836, age 65, married, married 19 years, born Poland Ger, parents born Poland Ger, immigrated 1898, in U.S. 2 years, alien, occupation (blank)
Fiddeler, Ras??, wife, born May 1861, age 39, married, age 19, mother of 3 children, 3 children living, born Poland Ger, parents born Poland Ger, immigrated 1898, in U.S. 2 years
Fiddeler, Steve, son, born Sept 1883, age 16, single, born Poland Ger, parents born Poland Ger, immigrated 1891, in U.S. 9 years, laborer packing house
Fiddeler, Teophelia, daughter, born Dec 1887, age 12, single, born Poland Ger, parents born Poland Ger, immigrated 1898, in U.S. 2 years

1910 U.S. census, Nebraska, Douglas County, Omaha, ED 6, sheet 7A, 20 April 1910
2416 So. 29th Street, dwelling 114, family 124
Fidler, James P., head, age 75, married twice, married 28 years, born Ger Polish, parents born Ger Polish, immigrated 1898, alien, speaks Polish
Fidler, Rosalie, wife, age 48, married once, married 28 years, mother of 3 children, 3 children living, born Ger Polish, parents born Ger Polish, immigrated 1898, speaks Polish
Fidler, Stanislawe, son, age 25, single, born Ger Polish, parents born Ger Polish, immigrated 1898, first papers filed, car loader, shops RR
Fidler, Theophila, daughter, age 22, single, born Ger Polish, parents born Ger Polish, immigrated 1898, saleslady, department

Find A Grave http://www.findagrave.com

Jacob FIEDLER, born 1834, died 1910, buried St. Mary Magdalene Cemetery, Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska - Link

Ship Passenger lists:

S.S. Pennsylvania sailing from Hamburg 5 June 1898, Arriving at Port of New York 17 June 1898
Jacob Fiedler, age 63, married, laborer, German, from Murowana, going to Omaha, Nebraska to son-in-law Adalbert Szczepaniak
Rosalie Fiedler, age 37, married, wife
Teofila fiedler, age 10, single

This may be the entry for Stanislaus SZTORC - I haven't confirmed this as yet, the name, age, date of arrival and destination match.
S.S. Koln, sailing from Bremen April 23, 1903, Arriving at Port of Baltimore, May 8, 1903
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Sztorc, Stanislaw, age 16, male, single, laborer, Galicy, Polish, last residence Skrzyszow, destination Omaha, Nebraska, cousin Grzegorz Kloch, 2019 S 21 St. Omaha, Nebraska

Find A Grave http://www.findagrave.com

Stanley STORC, born 1886, died 1954, buried St. John's Cemetery, Bellevue, Sarpy County, Nebraska, Plot: Section 5, Row 10 - Link
Theophila STORC, born 1887, died 1978, buried St. John's Cemetery, Bellevue, Sarpy County, Nebraska, Plot: Section 5, Row 10 - Link
John J. STORC, born 1911, died 1949, buried St. John's Cemetery, Bellevue, Sarpy County, Nebraska, Plot: Section 5, Row 10 - Link


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