He lived 62 years
  Father  : Józef OSADA   Father  : Józef WIŚNIEWSKI
  Mother : Teofila BRUDOWA   Mother : Julianna MUSZYŃSKA
Married Born : Marriage Wife
Ignacy OSADA December 31, 1875 Franciszka WIŚNIEWSKA
Ignacy 33 - Franciszka 19
Władysławowo, Gmina KLECZEW - Poland February 24, 1908
Mielno, Gmina Wierzbinek, Parish Broniszewo - Poland
Baptized : Broniszewo Church
December 31, 1875
Ignacy KLECZEW Church - Poland Franciszka
OSADA Priest : ? WIŚNIEWSKA
Godfather : Jozef SKUBISZEWSKI
Godmother : Ewa JAKUBOWSKA Children
Immigration Witness : Szymon MIKUŁA
 Marianna 1910-2006
1 - USA 1905 (Ignacy) * Death : Św. Benowa Church  Pelagia 1915-2005
1905 - 1908 February 25, 1938 BRONISZEWO  Stephanie 1917-1992
Living Pittsburgh PA "La Hérrère" Lupiac, Gers - France Gmina Wierzbinek  Edward 1920-2005
Witness : Albert LASSERRE (Carpenter)  Janine 1923-2000
2 - USA 1912 (Family)  Françoise 1926-1982
SS Amerika Burried :  Raymond 1933-2014
CUXHAVEN, May 29, 1912 ** February 2?, 1938 Route of the Family
NEW YORK June 8, 1912 Lupiac Cemetery, Gers - France Poland
SS Amerika Mielno - Ostrowite - Siemonia In the Documents Menu
3 - France (Family) *** USA Special LUPIAC
1922/1923 Chicago (1912) - Dunkirk (1915) - Niagara Falls (1918) D'ARTAGNAN
France SS AMERIKA
North - Noeux les Mines
Gers - Saint-Germé - Sainte-Radegonde
(2) SS Amerika Lupiac
* 1er séjour sur le sol Américain, entré clandestinement aux Usa, depuis le Canada, à Niagara Falls...
** Ce Mercredi 29 Mai 1912, au départ de Cuxhaven, les cornes de brumes du SS Amerika, n'ont pu qu'amplifier le degrès d'angoisse éprouvé par les passagers, personne n'avait oublié la tragédie du dimanche 14 avril (50 jours plus tôt).
Ce jour-là, le plus grand paquebot jamais construit, qualifié d'insubmersible, sombrait sur cette même route, faisant au moins 1500 victimes... Le RMS Titanic, lui aussi construit par les chantiers Britannique "Harland and Wolff"
*** Les derniers roubles russes et couronnes autrichiennes, laissés par les anciens occupants, sont échangés en 1920 contre des Marks Polonais,
dont l’impression a commencé depuis un an, et qui deviennent la monnaie unique de Pologne.
Par rapport au dollar, le mark polonais est dévalué de 80.000 fois en cinq ans.
Hyper-inflation sous la République de Weimar
En 1914 1 Us $ vaut 4,20 Marks,
le 21 octobre 1922 il faut 4430 marks pour 1 us $,
49000 le 31 janvier 1923,
53 000 000 le 7 septembre
et 4 2000 000 000 le 20 novembre 1923.
En 1924, un changement de monnaie est opéré, et la nouvelle reprend le nom de zlotys, longtemps utilisée en Pologne. Le taux est de 1.8000.000 marks pour 1 zlotys.
Aboard the SS America during the crossing.
They lived 1420 (Registration Card)or and 1432 (City Directory 1920) Falls Street, Niagara Falls, NY
Holy Trinity Church, 1427 Falls Street, Niagara Falls, NY.
Holy Trinity Roman Catholic Church Complex

is a historic Polish, Roman Catholic and former church located at Niagara Falls in Niagara County, New York within the Diocese of Buffalo.
The complex was constructed between 1906 and 1914 and consists of the church, school, rectory, convent, and garage.
The church is built of random course stone walls and has a steeply pitched, slate shingled gable roof.
It features a central facade tower with spire and Romanesque Revival detailing.
The complex was purchased by a not-for-profit group, Niagara Heritage of Hope and Service, in 2009.
It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2010.

PASTOR OF HOLY TRINITY 1911-1921
Rev. Alexander PITASS,
a well known pastor of St. Stanislaus Parish in Buffalo, New York, was born in Piekarach na Slazku, Siliesia.
He was the son of Nicholas and Julia Letocha Pitass.
He was educated in Poland as a youth, and came to the United States in 1893, entering St Francis Seminary near Milwaukee Wisconson.
He remained there until 1898 and then completed studies for the priesthood at the Polish College in Rome, Italy,
and was ordained a priest of the Diocese of Buffalo, New York, in October 28, 1903.
When he returned to the United States, he was appointed assistant pastor of St. Stanislaus parish in Buffalo.
His pastor was the founding pastor of the parish and his uncle, Rev. John Pitass.
In 1900, he was made pastor of Holy Trinity Parish in Niagara Falls and, upon the death of his uncle in 1914,
was appointed to succeed his uncle at St. Stanislaus.
Msgr Pitass was Officialis of the Diocese, a diocesan trustee, synodal examiner and a member of the board
of Directors of the Diocesan Paper, the Union and Echo.
In addition, he was president of the Polish Clergymen's Associaton, and often headed delegations of Buffalo priests
to national meetings of the Polish Clergy.
He was the recipient of many awards for his work.
Msgr. Pitass was active in supporting the cause of a free and restored Poland after both World Wars.
His brother, Rev. Peter Pitass was also a priest of the Diocese of Buffalo.
Register of passengers arriving in New York June 8, 1912
Passenger list, Steerage page 3
SS Amerika - Ignacy Osada
1. No. on List:
13
2. NAME IN FULL: Osada, Ignatz
3. Age: 30
4. Sex: M
5. Married or Single: married
6. Calling or Occupation: farm laborer
7. Able to Read: yes - Write: yes
8. Nationality (Country of which citizen or subject): Russia
9. Race or People*: Polish
10. Last Permanent Residence: Ostrowik (Ostrowite)
11. The name and complete address of nearest relative or friend in country whence alien came: Mother Teofila Osada Ostrowik (ostrowite)
12. Final Destination - State: IL Town: Chicago
(Page 2)
13. No. on List :
13
14. Whether having a ticket for such final destination: yes
15. By whom was passage paid?: self
16. Whether in possession of $50, and if less, how much?: $500 ($100 1912 = ±$2400 today)
17. Whether ever before in the United States and if so, where and when?: yes, 1905-1908 Pittsburg
18. Whether going to join a relative or friend; and if so, what relative or friend, and his name and complete address:
Brother-in-law: Józef Wisniewski, Illinois Av 5012, Chicagi, IL
19. Ever in prison or almshouse or institution for care of the insane, or supported by charity? If so, which?:
No
20. Whether a Polygamist: No
21. Whether an Anarchist: No
22. Whether coming by reason of any offer, affiliation, promise or agreement expressed or implied, to labor in the United States: No
23. Condition of Health, Mental and Physical: good
24. Deformed or Crippled. Nature, length of time, and cause: No
25. Height: 5'10" (1m78)
26. Complexion: fair
27. Color of Hair / Eyes: dbr/grey
28. Marks of Identification: none
29. Place of Birth: Country: Russia City or Town: Ostrowik (Ostrowite)
Passenger list, Steerage page 3
SS Amerika - Franciszka Wisniewska Osada
1. No. on List:
14
2. NAME IN FULL: Osada, Franciszka
3. Age: 22
4. Sex: F
5. Married or Single: married
6. Calling or Occupation: farm laborer
7. Able to Read: no - Write: no
8. Nationality (Country of which citizen or subject): Russia
9. Race or People*: Polish
10. Last Permanent Residence: Ostrowik (Ostrowite)
11. The name and complete address of nearest relative or friend in country whence alien came: Mother Teofila Osada Ostrowik
12. Final Destination - State: IL Town: Chicago
(Page 2)
13. No. on List :
13
14. Whether having a ticket for such final destination: yes
15. By whom was passage paid?: Husband
16. Whether in possession of $50, and if less, how much?: $400 ($100 1912 = ±$2400 today)
17. Whether ever before in the United States and if so, where and when?: no
18. Whether going to join a relative or friend; and if so, what relative or friend, and his name and complete address:
Brother-in-law: Józef Wisniewski, Illinois Av 5012, Chicago, IL (Brother)
19. Ever in prison or almshouse or institution for care of the insane, or supported by charity? If so, which?:
No
20. Whether a Polygamist: No
21. Whether an Anarchist: No
22. Whether coming by reason of any offer, affiliation, promise or agreement expressed or implied, to labor in the United States: No
23. Condition of Health, Mental and Physical: good
24. Deformed or Crippled. Nature, length of time, and cause: Pregnant
25. Height: 5'2" (1m58)
26. Complexion: fair
27. Color of Hair / Eyes: dbr/grey
28. Marks of Identification: none
29. Place of Birth: Country: Russia City or Town: Ostrowik (Ostrowite)
For the whole family, the Sunday walk in this place, at the edge of the falls.
    Monday, November 20, 2017     Polish Name day : Edyta, Edmund, Anatol