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Benidict Stanley "Ben" Badura
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Birth: Mar. 21, 1892
Howard County
Nebraska, USA
Death: Sep. 27, 1962
Loup City
Sherman County
Nebraska, USA

Ben was born on March 21, 1892 in Paplin, Howard County, Nebraska to John George Badura and Martha N Goc. He had blue eyes and light colored hair per his WWI-draft registration card. He attended the schools at Paplin, Nebraska.

Home as of June 11, 1900: Ashton, Sherman, Nebraska. Age 8. He was living with his parents and siblings, Helena-9, Frank-6, Peter-5, Johanna-3, Elenora-1 and Martha-2/12. He was attending school.

Home as of April 29, 1910: Ashton, Sherman, Nebraska. He was 18 years old living on a farm with his parents and siblings, Helen-19, Frank X-17, Peter-15, Johanna-14, Elenora-12, Martha-10, John-8, Dominek-6, and Theresa-3. He was a farm laborer working at his home farm.

Ben was married to Martha Fredrick on September 15, 1918 in Ashton, Nebraska.

In 1917/1918, Ben registered for the WWI draft. He was not employed and his occupations was carpenter.

Home January 17, 1920: Age 27. Oak Creek, Sherman, Nebraska Living with his wife Martha (age 21), son Leonard (age 2yrs 9 months) and daughter Ernestine (age 1 yr 4 months). He was working as a farmer.

In 1927 and 1928, He lived with his wife and children at 211E S 17th Lincoln, Nebraska and worked at a carpenter.

Home as of April 9, 1930: Omaha, Douglas, Nebraska. He was renting a home at 3107 30th Street. Age 38. Living with his wife Martha (age 31) and his children, Leonard (age 13) and Ernestine (age 11). He was not employed although his occupation was a carpenter and did not live on a farm.

Home as of April 6, 1940: Sidney, Cheyenne, Nebraska. He was renting a home at King Street. Age 46. Living with his wife Martha (age 40) and his children, Leonard (age 23) and Ernestine (age 21). He completed 8 years of school and was employed at a carpenter for a road construction company. He made $2600.00 and worked 52 weeks in 1939.

He died September 27, 1962 at Sacred Heart Hospital, in Loup City, Sherman County, Nebraska. His funeral services were held on October 1 at the St Francis Catholic Church in Ashton. He was 70 years old and in poor health the previous year. He was admitted to the hospital prior to his death. His primary cause of death was myocardial infarction due to coronary sclerosis. He also had diabetes. 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  John George Badura (1868 - 1924)
  Martha N. Goc Badura (1872 - 1913)
 
 Spouse:
  Martha Fredrick Badura (1898 - 1985)
 
 Children:
  Leonard James Badura (1917 - 1941)*
  Ernestine Joan Badura Litwin (1918 - 1968)*
 
 Siblings:
  Helen Dorothy Badura Peters (1891 - 1986)*
  Eleonora Badura (1891 - 1891)*
  Benidict Stanley Badura (1892 - 1962)
  Francis Xavier Badura (1893 - 1980)*
  Peter George Badura (1895 - 1962)*
  Johanna Stella Badura (1896 - 1995)*
  Elenor Christine Badura Pillard (1898 - 1990)*
  Martha Veronica Badura Anderson (1900 - 1962)*
  John Alfred Badura (1902 - 1989)*
  Dominick George Badura (1904 - 1985)*
  Theresa Grace Badura Smedra (1908 - 2005)*
  Constance Dora Badura Synowski (1910 - 1992)*
  Robert Benedict Badura (1911 - 1996)*
  Wladislaus Badura (1913 - 1913)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Saint Francis Cemetery
Ashton
Sherman County
Nebraska, USA
 
Maintained by: Smontee
Originally Created by: Don
Record added: Sep 23, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 30020250
Benidict Stanley Ben Badura
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