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Dan Oh
Denns Cisarik
There is mention of a Dennis Cisarik dying circa 1922 in his daughter's obit. However, something doesn't jive with the entry on findagrave and this information.

The findagrave entry for Dennis says he was born in 1827 and died sometime in the 1920's. That would make him almost 90+ years old. So, the Dennis Cisarik within the childs obituary has to be much, much younger, since the child was 11 when she died in 1923.

So, having said that- if the notation "died in the 1920's" is accurate, and it is this child's father, then the father died circa 1921.

The father of this child died in an accident- doesn't say Car or industrial.

Don't know if this helps at all, but it might narrow down the search.

I've sent the following to the person who added the Pauline Cisarik entry for inclusion:

Daily Local News, West Chester, Chester County, Pa
January 22, 1923

Pauline Cisarik, an 11-year-old child of Mrs. Dennis Cisarik, of Coatesville, was killed yesterday morning a short distance from Lionville when an automobile in which she was seated was overturned and the child crushed to death.

A part had been formed of several Italians in Coatesville to attend a wedding yesterday and in three automobiles they left an had reached a point near Lionville, near the home of Sol. Messner, when the care driven by an uncle of the dead child suddenly became unmanageable and dashed to the side of the road and went up a bank, overturning and throwing Pauline out and she was caught under the machine. Others in the party were slightly bruised.

Mr. Messner came to the spot and rendered what aid he could and an undertaker from Downingtown was summoned and the body removed to his morgue, when the party returned to Coatesville. The father of the child was killed over a year ago in an accident. The excuse given by the driver is that his machine became unmanageable.

Added by Dan Oh on Sep 14, 2013 12:19 PM
 

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