|She lived 85 years.|
|Father : Wojciech Albert MARCINIAK||Father : Anton BURES|
|Mother : Józefa BĄCZYK||Mother : Theresa NOVAK|
|Thursday, August 18, 1904 *||Marriage|
|Rolling, Langlade Co WI - Usa||Acte ? - Theresa 21 / Joseph 24|
|Monday, October 12, 1925|
|Baptized :||Antigo City - Usa|
|August, 1904||Priest : ?|
|Theresa Josephine||Antigo, ? Church - Usa||Witnesses : ?||Joseph Martin BURES|
|MARCINIAK||Godfather : ?||?||1901-1974|
|Godmother : ?||?|
|Priest : ?|
|Witness : ?||Children|
|Francis Priest, Japan||1927-2010|
|Death :||Lucie Jane ?||±1929-2???|
|Sunday, August 20, 1989||Elizabeth Hetto||±1931-2???|
|Antigo ,Langlade County WI - Usa||Thomas||±1934-2???|
|Burried :||Doris Gonzales||±1939-2???|
|?, August 1989||Mary Condon?/Disch||19??-2???|
|Antigo, Queen of Peace Cemetery - Usa||James||19??-2???|
|Witness : ?||Joseph||19??-2???|
|Daughter † Unknow name||19??-2???|
|Son † Unknow name||19??-2???|
|* Birth August 22 on Grave / August 23 US Sociel Security ?|
|"The Antigo Daily Journal"
Antigo, Langlade Co., WI
June 7, 1974
Joseph Martin Bures
Dies Thursday In Marshfield
Joseph M. Bures, 73, route 1, Deerbrook, town of Peck, died Thursday afternoon
at a Marshfield hospital following a long illness.
He was born March 29, 1901,
the son of the late Anton and Theresa Bures in Czechoslovakia.
He came to the United States with his family at the age of six
and lived in Chicago and Michigan before moving to the town of Peck in 1913.
He had lived in the town of Peck since that time.
Following World War I Mrs. Bures served with the U.S. Army.
On Oct. 12, 1925 he married the former Theresa Marciniak in Antigo. She survives.
Mr. Bures was employed by the Chicago and Northwestern Railroad fro 16 years
and operated a farm from 1941 until his retirement in 1964.
He was a member of St. Wencel’s Catholic church, the Holy Name Society of
the church, was a church usher for many years, a member of the Catholic Order of
Foresters and the Fraternal Order of Eagles
Surviving besides his wife,
are four daughters,
Lucy Jane, Honolulu, Hawaï;
Mrs. Edward (Elizabeth) Hetto, route 1, Deerbrook, Wisconsin;
Mrs. John (Doris) Gonzales, New Orleans, Louisiana;
and Mrs. George (Mary) Condon, Madison, Wisconsin;
the Rev. Francis Bures, S.V.D., Japan;
Thomas and James, Wausau, Wisconsin;
Robert, route 1, Deerbrook, Wisconsin
and Joseph, Iowa City, Iowa;
one brother, Anton, Antigo;
one sister, Mrs. Frances Crisantie [sic – Crisanti], Skokie, Ill.;
23 grandchildren and four great grandchildren.
Mr. Bures was preceded in death by one son and one daughter in infancy,
two brother, Lewis and Frank,
and three sisters, Helen, Josephine and Mrs. Mae Harvanek.
Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Monday at St. Wencel’s Catholic church,
Neva, with the Rev. Henry Hubert officiating. Burial will be in the Queen of
Peace cemetery, Antigo.
Friends may call at the McCandless-Zobel & Bradley Funeral home from 3:30
p.m. Sunday. The Rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. Sunday.
|"The Antigo Daily Journal"
Antigo, Langlade Co., WI
Tuesday, August 22, 1989.
Theresa Josephine Bures, 84
Theresa Bures of the town of Peck died Sunday at Langlade Memorial Hospital.
She was 84 years old.
Mrs. Bures, a lifelong resident of Langlade County, was born Aug. 22, 1904 in Antigo,
a daughter of the late Albert and Josephine Marciniak.
She married Joseph Bures Oct. 12, 1925 in Antigo.
He preceded her in death June 6, 1974.
Mrs. Bures and her husband farmed in the Peck area for many years until their retirement in 1964.
She was a member of St. Wencel Catholic Church, Neva, the parish rosary society and Friebel Woman’s Club.
Survivors include fives sons,
Robert, Deerbrook, Wisconsin;
Thomas, Black Cany City, Arizona;
Rev. Francis Bures, S.V.D., Japan;
James, Mountaintop, Pennsylvania;,
Joseph, Chicago, Illinois;
Mrs. Edward (Elizabeth) Hetto, Deerbrook, Wisconsin;
Lucy Jane Thiis, Kauai, Hawaii;
Doris Gonzalez, New Orleans, Louisiana;
Mrs. Terry (Mary) Disch, Mount Horeb, Wisconsin;
a brother Adam Marciniak, Menasha;
25 grandchildren, and 14 great grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by six sisters and a brother.
Services will be held at 10 a.m. Friday at St. Wencel Catholic Church.
Revs. Bures, her son, and Omer Kelley will officiate with burial in Queen of Peace Cemetery.
Friends may call from 3:30 until 9 p.m. Thursday at the McCandless-Zobel and Bradley Funeral Home.
The rosary will be recited at 7:30 p.m. and a parish wake services will be held at 8 p.m.
|Father Francis Bures, 1927-2010
School founder, leader in Catholic communications dies in Japan
Wisconsin native Father Francis Bures, a Divine Word Missionary who spent more
than 50 years in Japan, died on August 18 in Nagoya. Father Bures, 83,
simultaneously fulfilled many roles while building lasting establishments, such as
schools and parishes.
Born in Antigo, Wis., Francis Bures was the eldest of Joseph and Theresa (Marciniak)
Bures’s nine children. As a teenager, he attended Divine Word Seminary in East
Troy, Wis. Then, he pursued his theological studied at St. Mary’s Seminary at
Techny, Ill. He professed vows as a Divine Word Missionary in 1946 and was
ordained to the priesthood in the Chapel of the Holy Spirit in 1953.
After a year at St. Nicholas in St. Louis, Mo., Father Bures began his first foreign
mission assignment in Japan, where Christians comprise 2 percent of the population.
He left Techny on Oct. 3, 1954, sailed from Seattle on the S.S. Washington Mail, and
arrived in Yokohama Harbor on Oct. 22—less than ten years after the end of World War II.
The young priest spent his first two years studying the Japanese language and
pastorally serving the men and women of FEAMCOM, an American Air Force base at
Tachikawa near Tokyo.
After mastering conversational Japanese, Father Bures taught English at Nanzan
University in Nagoya for three years and at Nanzan Boys’ High School in Nagasaki
for another three years.
From 1963 to 1983, he served as an assistant to Bishop John Shojiro Ito of the
Niigate Diocese. During that time, Father Bures was instrumental in helping to build
the diocese—one church and one convert at a time. His correspondence to family
and friends in the United States often focused on the individuals who sought his instruction in the Catholic faith. He frequently ended
those letters by asking the recipients to "please pray that they receive the gift of faith."
Father Bures also was a leader in the Good Shepherd Movement, a Catholic social communications project that produced and
distributed radio and television programs about the faith. At its height, the television programs had 1.5 million viewers, and the radio
programs reached ten percent of the Japanese market.
To support the Good Shepherd Movement and to foster education about the faith, Father Bures founded a religious bookstore and
an English-conversation and French-language school in Niigate. The revenues of the store and school helped to financially support the
Good Shepherd Movement. Demand for admittance to the school was high. During the first three years, the school grew from five
English-language classes to 40. Father Bures also built a kindergarten in Mitsuke, Japan.
He made the most of natural opportunities to tell people about Christ—Christmas parties at the English school, meetings with
non-Christian couples who wanted to get married in his church, and being available to answer the questions of curious mothers at the
kindergarten that he managed.
From 1983 to 2006, he served as a parish priest in Nagaura, Zendana, Gotanjo and Mizunami. In addition, he was chaplain to the
Dominican Sisters in Seto and spiritual director for the Nagoya curia of the Legion of Mary. He taught English at Holy Spirit Junior
College in Seto and English Bible studies at Nanzan Girls’ High School.
Father Bures passed away at Holy Spirit Hospice in Nagoya after a long struggle with cancer.
His wake and funeral were held in Nagoya.
Family and friends celebrated his memorial Mass at St. Wenceslaus Catholic Church in Neva, Wis., on Aug. 28.
Memorial donations may be sent to the Mission Center, Divine Word Missionaries, 1835 Waukegan Rd., P.O. Box 6099, Techny, IL 60082-6099.
|Thursday, November 23, 2017||
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