He lived 67 years.
  Father  : Unknow   Father  : Wojciech BĄCZYK
  Mother : Marianna MARCINIAK   Mother : Teresa RATAJSKA
Married Born : Wife
Wojciech MARCINIAK Tuesday, March 24, 1863 Marriage Józefa BĄCZYK
Gola, Parish Jaraczewo - Poland Wojciech 24 - Josephine 20
February 1887
Baptized : St. John's Catholic Church, Antigo - USA
Thursday, March 26, 1863 Priest : ?
Wojciech Albert Św Marii Magdaleny Church, Jaraczewo - Poland Witness : Józefa (Josephine) BĄCZYK
MARCINIAK Godfather : Wojciech FRĄCKOWIAK ? 1867-1958
Godmother : Franciszka HELIK ?
Priest : Ignacy ANDERSZ Children (13)
Immigration
Hamburg March 13, 1887 Death : Unknow ±1888
New York March ?, 1887 Friday, November 29, 1929 Unknow ±1889
SS Lessing Rolling, Langlade Co - Usa Unknow ±1890
Hamburg American Line Frances Bovee 1892-1963
Burried : Margaret Oswald? 1894-1962
Naturalization Probably Monday ?, December 2, 1929 Katherine † Sister 1896-1918
September 13, 1892 Queen of Peace Cemetery, Antigo WI - Usa Josephine Spychalla 1898-1962
(Landing New York 1886 ?) Albert Antoniewicz 1899-1976
(Destination Langlade Co, Nov. 5, 1888 ?) Alice 1901-1917
Mary † Sister 1902-1989
Theresa Bures 1904-1989
Victoria Antoniewicz 1906-1987
Adam Felix Taylor 1908-1997
Census 1910, Albert 47, Josephine 43, Married 21 years. Immigration Albert, 1886, Naturalized.
     Children Frances (17), Maggie (16), Kattie (14), Josephine (12), Albert (10), Alive (9), Mary (7) Teresa (4), Victoria (3), Adam (1).
     Census 1920, Albert 57, Josephine 57?. Immigration Albert 1885, Josephine 1889. Naturalization 1893.
     Children Helen (19), Victoria (13), Adam (11)
Albert (Wojciech) MARCINIAK
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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