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Elaine Rios (#47365497)
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I am the daughter of Bruno and Elaine Gniadek. My grandparents were John and Victoria Gniadek. They had 2 sets of twins one set was 2 boys named Bruno and Anthony. The other set was Robert and Roberta. On my mother's side her parents were Joesph Detloff and Anne Kaldis. They had 2 girls and were said to have had 2 boys born still.
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Detloff Family at Resurrection Cemetery
Hi! Photos posted for August & Julia Detloff. Note that Julia Detloff's year of death is different than what you show, but she is next to August in the cemetery.

There is no record of a Mathilda Detloff at any of the Chicago area Catholic cemeteries.

Also there:

Joseph J. Detloff, 4-13-1907 to 11-18-1953

If you add a photo request for him I will post the photos I took of his grave marker.

Added by Ace on Jun 23, 2014 5:36 AM
Russ C
RE: anthony gniadek
Chicago Tribune July 4, 1959:

Anthony Gniadek, late of 1645 W. 21st place, loving husband of Karoline; devoted father of Mary [Walter] Pacocha, Helen [Anthony] Sabaj, John [Victoria], Walter [Julia] Gniadek, and Gustave [Marie] Stelmach; dear brother of Julia [Mathew] Maziarz; brother-in-law of Andrew [Rose] Starzec and Ignatius Starzec; grandfather of Marion and Richard Pacocha, Anthony, Bruno, Robert, and Roberta Gniadek, and Robert Sabaj. Funeral Monday, July 6, at 9:30 a.m., from chapel, 1737 W. 18th street, to St. Adalbert's church. Interment St. Adalbert's cemetery.
Added by Russ C on Nov 19, 2013 5:29 AM
Russ C
RE: Anthony Gniadek
I actually had only the obituary to share which is on Findagrave.
Just now I did a name search in

That resulted in at least one hit.
The World War II registration card for an Anthony John Gniadek--born August 13, 1885 in Poland. He was 56 at the time of this registration. The address on the card matched that in his obituary. Also name of spouse was a match. A few other facts, and his own signature, is on the card so I highly recommend checking out that website to see the scan and perhaps find other things.

Russ C
Added by Russ C on Nov 18, 2013 7:24 PM

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