|Birth: ||Nov. 19, 1899, Poland|
|Death: ||Aug. 30, 1969|
Polish Name: Kazimirz Wysocka Born in Grobneice Poland.
Arrived to the USA on March 19, 1913 aboard the Potsdamn Vessle, Departed from Warderzem Poland.
Parents: Jozef (Joseph) S Wysocka (Wysocki) and Katarzina (Katherine) Jaskulski. (Both buried at St Adelberts)
Brother to: William Wallace (1901), Joseph William (1907), Jennie Mary (1908), Florence , Telesfore (1914), Sigmund Anthony(1915)
Married to: Anna Kulbacki on 8/15/1925 in Waukegan Illinois by the Justice of the peace
Father to: Gerald, Gloria, MaryAnn and Deanna
Applied for citizenship on Aug 4, 1937 at the Milwaukee County Courthouse. Became a US citizan on Dec 15, 1937.
Casey played the Consitina, owned a couple of taverns, was a truck driver, a liquor salesman and a musician.
Joseph S Wysocka Wysocki (1874 - 1917)
Katherine A Jaskulski Hojnowski (1882 - 1960)
Gerald Wysocki (1926 - 1981)*
Gloria Ann Wysocki Britton (1930 - 1999)*
MaryAnn M Wysocki Romie (1934 - 2008)*
Deanna Mae Wysocki Kistner (1939 - 2006)*
Casimir H Wysocki (1899 - 1969)
Jennie M Wysocki Ulma (1909 - 1978)*
Saint Adalberts Cemetery
Plot: Block 49 Row 13 Grave 12 Section 1
Created by: Jayme Ann
Record added: Feb 13, 2003
Find A Grave Memorial# 7182550
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