|Birth: ||Nov. 20, 1895, Poland|
|Death: ||Apr. 1, 1967|
Andrew James Bilski was born in Poland to Albert and Angelia (nee Znoy) Bilski. He came to this country when he was a child.
Andrew married Victoria E. Kalishak in 1918. He served in the service during World War 1 (see marker). He married Victoria before leaving for the service.
Andrew had four living children: Bernice Marie, John Andrew, Walter Erving and Joan Kay. His 1st daughter, Frances, who I heard had blonde hair, died in 1919 of a lung disease shortly after birth and is buried on the same lot as he and Victoria without a marker and cemetery workers could not find her coffin when digging for Andrew's grave.
Andrew's brothers were Leo, Stanley and John. His brother, John, died in an accident and is buried next to his parents (by fence, about 75-100 steps away) in same cemetery and only a short walk from Andrew's grave. His sisters were Mary, Julia and Stella who married and resided in southern Wisconsin. According to records, he also had sisters named Luna and Emma who died when they were young.
Andrew died at St. Vincent's Hospital in Green Bay, WI in the Spring of 1967 after being in coma for over a week after suffering from a fall outside at his Norway residence from probably a stroke/heart attack/seizure in Norway, Michigan.
Plot - 1st Addition, Block 14, Lot 5 at Norway Township Cemetery behind Norway MI fairgrounds.
slr (my maternal grandfather/mother's dad)
Albert Bilski (1868 - 1938)
Angelia Znoy Bilski (1875 - 1956)
Victoria E. Kalishak Bilski (1901 - 1977)
Frances Bilski (1919 - 1919)*
Bernice Marie Bilski Reynolds (1921 - 2005)*
John Andrew Bilski (1922 - 1997)*
Walter Bilski (1927 - 2005)*
Andrew James Bilski (1895 - 1967)
John Bilski (1912 - 1945)*
married Jan. 14 1918
Norway Township Cemetery
Plot: Block 13, Lot 3
Maintained by: Sherry Reynolds
Originally Created by: Bill Schaefer
Record added: May 19, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 37287001