She lived 70 years.
  Father  : Antoni ANTONIEWICZ 1863-1942   Father  : Wojciech Albert MARCINIAK * 1863-1929
  Mother : Antonina GRONOWSKA 1868-1933   Mother : Józefa Josephine BANCZAK * 1867-1958
Married Born : Husband
Helen ANTONIEWICZ Saturday, March 11, 1911 (Find a Grave) Marriage Albert Leo MARCINIAK
Rolling, Langlade County, Wisconsin - USA Act ? - Helen 17 / Albert 29
1928
Baptized : Antigo, Wisconsin - USA
March 1911
Helen E. ANTONIEWICZ St John's Catholic Church ? - Antigo - USA Albert Leo MARCINIAK
Helen E. MARCINIAK Godfather : ? 1899-1976
Godmother : ?
Priest : ? Children
Albert Veteran US Navy
Enlistement June 26, 1918 Death : Hyacinth Betty Strasser 1929-2016
Release September 30, 1921 Friday, August 21, 1981 Richard L. Norma ? 1930-1980
Antigo, Langlade County, Wisconsin - USA Josephine Keidle/Rank 1931-20??
Francis Connie King 1933-2010
Burried : Albert Jr Eleanor ? 1935-20??
August 1981 Valerian (Gehr-Spoehr) 1936-2008
Antigo, Queen of Peace Cemetery, Wisconsin - USA Patrick Rosemary ? 1939-20??
Rose James Jansen 1941-20??
Joan Gerald Pregler 1944-20??
Pisces Mary Kendall Rine 1947-20??
*** Special Marciniak, Albert Family *** Cynthia Richard Hurlbert 195?-20??
Census Rolling, Langlade Co, Wisconsin 1940
Albert MARCINIAK Born Rolling, October 17, 1899 (SSN : 398-10-9786) - Death : Antigo, April 8, 1976. Buried Queen of Peace cemetery, Antigo.
* Mother Albert MARCINIAK
"The Antigo Daily Journal"
Antigo, Langlade Co., WI
Monday, February 3, 1958
Mrs. A. Marciniak of Antigo Dies

Mrs. Josephine Marciniak, 90, of Antigo, died early today in a local nursing home.
Born Josephine Banczak, Sept. 8, 1867, in Poland, she came to this county in 1889, locating in the town of Rolling.
She was married in 1889 at St. John's Catholic church to Albert Marciniak who preceded her in death in November of 1928.
Mrs. Marciniak was a member of St. Hyacinth's Catholic church and the Rosary Society of the church.
Surviving are five daughters, Sister Hildegard, Beaver Dam, Mrs. Frances Bovee and Mrs. Josephine Bures, Antigo, and Mrs. Frank Spychalla and
Mrs. Chester Antoniewicz, Milwaukee; two sons, Albert Marciniak, Antigo, and Adam Marciniak, Menasha;
36 grand children; 31 great grandchildren; one great-great grandchild; and a sister, Mrs. Joseph Kirschling, Wisconsin Rapids.
Six children preceded her in death.
Funeral services will he held at of St. Hyacinth's Catholic church with the Rev. Victor Hoppa officiating.
Interment will be in the family lot of Queen of Peace cemetery.
Friends may call at the Muttart-Conrad funeral home from 10 a.m. Tuesday until time of services. The rosary will be said at 8 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home
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* Father Albert MARCINIAK
"The Antigo Daily Journal"
Antigo, Langlade Co., WI
Saturday, November 30, 1929 - page 5
AGED SETTLER DIES
IN TOWN OF ROLLING
ALBERT MARCINIAK SUCCUMBS UNEXPECTEDLY - SURVIVED BY WIDOW

Albert Marciniak, age 67, years, died last night at 8:30 o'clock at his home in the town of Rolling.
He had been failing for about two months, but his death came very suddenly
Mr. Marciniak was born in Poland, March 24, 1863. At the age of 22 he came to the United States and settled in this city.
In February 1887 he married Miss Josephine Bonczyk, of Poland, who had come here shortly after Mr. Marciniak.
After their marriage they engaged in farming in the town of Rolling, which has been their home ever since.
Thirteen children were born to them, three of which died in infancy and two, who became sisters and died during the flu epidemic of 1917.
The deceased is survived by his widow, eight children, six daughters, Mrs. Frank Bovee, Mrs. Joseph Buresh [sic - Bures], and Mrs. Chester Antonwicz [sic - Antoniewicz],
all of this city, Mrs. Paul Oswald, of Philadelphia, Mrs. Frank Spychalla, of Milwaukee, and Sister M. Hildegarde, of Chicago, two sons, Albert and Adam Marciniak, of this city,
twelve grand children, and one step-brother. Ignatz Pawlak, of this city. Funeral services will be held Monday morning at 9:00 o'clock at St. Hyacinth's Catholic church.
The Rev. F. A. Bemowski, assisted by the Rev. E. Shimek, will sing a requiem high mass. The body will be place in the mausoleum. Interment will take place in the spring.
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