|Janet Morence||John Musial|
John Musial was 1st married to Mary Molinski, d/o Jacob and Martha Molinski on 22 June 1879 at St. Michael. I could not find a gravestone for her. She died 16 Aug 1880 and was buried at St. Michael according to church record during the time period when many people used the wooden grave markers that eventually were destroyed either by fire that was started by passing trains or by time. John Musial married 2nd wife, Michaelena Jankowski on 29 Jan 1882.
|Janet Morence||Tekla Musial maiden name|
Her son John Musial was married twice. The first marriage was to Marianna Molinska on 22 June 1879 at St. Michael in Radom on p. 257 #4 Image 90. On this marriage record John's mother is noted as Teckla Glyszczinska. Sadly Marianna died 12 July 1881 at age 20 p. 16 #4 Image 11.
for the Moltz family
Added by Keri on Jul 28, 2015 7:44 PM
Added by Keri on Jul 28, 2015 7:43 PM
Please contact Waldheim Cemetery to get the specific burial location of your relative. There is a request form online that you can fill out. Thanks.
Added by Keri on Jul 28, 2015 12:30 PM
|M Belcher||Johanna Musial Bak and Kreft|
There is no mistaking the old section of the cemetery. The middle western half is void of any grave markers. If I remember correctly, I only remember seeing maybe four or five cement pads in an area of 150 feet by 500 feet. You can see the cemetery on the GoogleEarth website.
My Great Grandmother was Antonina Krefta. I have not been able to actually link her to any other Krefta's except maybe for Joseph Krefta (1844-1931). No chain of paperwork for positive proof, but strong speculation because of matching relatives in church records. If you have an account on ancestry.com she is located in my Balcerowicz family.
|M Belcher||Johanna Musial Bak FAG# 76077974|
Hello, I do have proof that Johanna was buried at Saint Michael Cemetery. The records show Johanna Bak of Radom was 31 years old; passed away on July 29, 1882 and was buried on July 31, 1882.
I also have family buried in Saint Michael. The oldest part of the cemetery has very few markers, what are there are cement pads with some visible names and dates in Polish. I have also been told there are not very good records of exactly where people are buried (not even a close guess).
The Washington County Catholic Church records are available thru the familysearch.org website. The records are hard to read if you don't understand Polish or Latin, plus some of the hand writing is hard to read.
|Ken Richter||Ann Dollard|
I don't believe their is a grave marker for Ann Dollard, see site photos and comments.
I remember my mother speaking of Ann Dollard in a special way, but I don't remember how she was connected to our family. I see in her obit that my Great Uncle Bernard Frankman was a pallbearer along with neighborhood farm neighbors. A far away attendee was Mrs. Joe Dunn, Margaret Frankman Dunn, a sister to Bernard. I am sure my Grandfather Thomas and Catherine Frankman, brother and sister to Bernard and Marie were also there. While the surname of Frankman is German, there was a Irish side that included the Keenan Family. Maybe there was a family connection there.
Check for photos on additional Dollards at St. Ann Catholic Cemetery.
|DLLW||RE: Frank Mazo|
You are very welcome
Added by DLLW on Dec 06, 2014 7:34 AM
|David Sharp||RE: Florence Guzenski|
You're welcome glad I could help.
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