|From Poland to America, Rolling, new "World", new "Life", "New Gola" in Langlade County...|
|Many "Rolling Poles" came from the parishes of Jaraczewo and Mchy. Work in progress...|
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|Family Marciniak/Bączyk - Rolling/Antigo, Wisconsin - Children 18??/192?|
|They had 13 children. 3 died in infancy and two died during the flu epidemic of 1917.|
|Frances||Margaret||Katherine||Helen Josephine||Albert||Alice||Mary||Theresa J.||Victoria||Adam F.|
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|Michael Bovee||Paul Oswald?||† Sister Albina||Frank Spychalla||Helen Antoniewicz||†||† Sister Hildegard||Joseph Bures||Chester Antoniewicz||Margaret Taylor|
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|Antigo||Milwaukee||Bremond, TX||Milwaukee||Rolling||Rolling||Beaver Dam||Antigo||Milwaukee||Menasha|
| Impossible to find the right information for Margaret Spouse Paul Oswald (Philadelphia)
Found Madaline Marciniak Oswald
|Previous Generation||In February 1887 Albert married Miss Josephine Bączyk at St. John's Catholic church, Antigo WI|
|Wojciech Albert Usa||Józefa Josephine Usa|
|1863-1929||1867-1958||Golska Road, entry Gola||Us45, County road G, to Rolling|
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|Various writings of the name, BANCZYK, BONCZYK... Ą This letter sound like on, om in English. Example for the greedy, "Paczki" sometimes anglicised as "Ponchki" (Polish Cake).|
|Wojciech BĄCZYK & Teresa RATAJSKA Marriage, Jaraczewo N°5 April 28, 1861. Wojciech 24, Teresa 16.|
|Albert MARCINIAK (Father) Born : Gola, March 24, 1863 - Death : Rolling, Antigo 1929 Father Unknow, Mother Marianna MARCINIAK.|
|Józefa BĄCZYK Born Gola, parish Jaraczewo, September 5, 1867. Daughter of Wojciech (30) & Teresa (22) RATAJSKA. Baptized September 8, 1867. Godparents Franciszek RATAJSKI & Antonina GELDNER from Gola.
Immigration New Yorl July 24, 1889, Form Bremen. Ship SS Donau.
|Albert MARCINIAK Born : Rolling, October 17, 1899 - Death : Antigo, April 8, 1976|
|Katherine MARCINIAK Born February, May 12, 1896 - Death Bremond, Texas, January 18, 1918 (Lds)|
|Margaret MARCINIAK Born Rolling, May 16, 1894 (Lds)|
|Alice MARCINIAK Born Rolling, February 5, 1901 (Lds)|
|Theresa MARCINIAK Born Rolling, August 18, 1904. Death Antigo, August 23, 1989. (Lds)|
|Adam felix MARCINIAK Born : Rolling August 20, 1908. Death Menasha December 10, 1997 (89)|
|Attention, these documents contain some errors of dates.
* Albert MARCINIAK Mother
"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 (BĄCZYK), 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,(Mary) Beaver Dam,
Mrs. Frances Bovee
Mrs. Josephine Bures, Antigo,
Mrs. Frank (Helen) Spychalla and
Mrs. Chester (Victoria) 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 (Alice, Catherine, ....)
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.
|* Albert MARCINIAK father
"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 (1885) 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,
Mrs. Frances Bovee,
Mrs. Josephine Buresh [sic - Bures],
and Mrs. Chester (Victoria) Antoniewicz, all of this city,
Mrs. Paul Oswald, of Philadelphia,
Mrs. Frank (Helen) Spychalla, of Milwaukee,
and Sister M. Hildegarde (Mary) , of Chicago,
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.
|Thursday, October 19, 2017||
Polish Name day : Piotra, Michała, Ziemowita