She lived 64 Years.
  Father  : Konstanty JANKOWSKI   Father  : Stanisław PAWLAK
  Mother : Barbara FRĄCKOWIAK   Mother : Marianna MARCINIAK
Married Born : Husband
Franciszka JANKOWSKA Sunday, February 11, 1871 Marriage Ignatz PAWLAK
Charłub, Gmina Książ Wielkopolski - Poland Act ? - Franciszka 22 / Ignatz 25
Saturday, April 1, 1893
Baptized : Antigo City, Langlade Co, WI - USA
Monday, February 12, 1871 Priest : Rev. W.H.H. DeHoen
Franciszka Mchy, Św Marcina Biskupa Church - Poland Witnesses : Ignatz PAWLAK
JANKOWSKA Godfather  : Wojciech IGNASZAK Andrew PAWLAK Brother 1868-1940
Godmother : Małgorzata KAZMIERCZAK Albert JANKOWSKI Brother
Priest : Antoni PIECHOCKI Children
Immigration Witness : ?
From Bremen to Baltimore Mary 1894-1895
Thursday, September 12, 1889 Death : Agnes 1894-1895
SS Rhein Sunday, January 24, 1943 Felix 1895-1900
Antigo, Langlade Co, WI - USA Frank Joseph 1899-1954
Naturalization Helena 1901-1970
Unknow Burried :
January 1943
Antigo Cemetery, Langlade Co, WI - USA
Witness : ?
Mary & Agnes Pawlak Born Rolling February 27, 1894. Death 1895.
Felix Pawlak Born Antigo May 14, 1895. Death 1900
Helen PAWLAK Born Rolling, April 26, 1901
Ignatz PAWLAK Born Gola Poland, july 12, 1868 - Death Antigo, October 16, 1940. Burried Queen of Peace Cemetery
by "Logingtrail" on Ancestry
History of Langlade Co. Ignatz Frank Pawlak A well known railroad man of Antigo, was born in Gala (Gola), Poland,
the son of Mary and Stanislaus Pawlak. He attended parochial schools and during summer vacations worked
on his parents' farm as a boy. When twenty-one years of age he came to the United States.
One year previously, his mother had died, his father having died when he was but two
years old. Both are buried in the city of Jaraztewo (Jaraczewo), Poland. Coming to the United States
Mr. Pawlak came direct to Antigo and stayed here for a year. He then moved to Chicago
and three years later to Milwaukee, from where he returned to Antigo. He then bought a
farm in Rolling township and engaged in agriculture for five years. He again moved to the
city of Antigo to become chief blacksmith for the C. & N. W. shops. He previously
conducted a blacksmith shop on Fourth Avenue for twelve years, assuming the position
with the Northwestern in the fall of 1912.
Mr. Pawlak was united in marriage on April 18, 1893, to Frances Jankowski, daughter of
Constantine Jankowski of Rolling township. To this union five children, three of whom are
dead, were born. Those deceased are: Mary, Felix and Agnes. Helen and Frank reside with
their parents at 803 Clermont Street. The Pawlak family attends St. Hyacinth church. Mr.
Pawlak is a former Treasurer of the church congregation.
During the World War he was active in promoting the cause of America among his fellow men.
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