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Paul Joseph Adamecz
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Birth: Jan. 25, 1900
Vienna (Wien), Austria
Death: Aug. 29, 1949
Middle River
Baltimore County
Maryland, USA

Husband of Agnes Fossler Adamecz, Father of: Marie, Paul, Jack, Beatrice, Regina, Jeannette, Lorraine, Helen, and Robert Adamecz. Paul emigrated to America from Hungary with his mother and three brothers in 1907, when he was seven years old, on the ship, the Nieuw Amsterdam. The five of them arrived ill at Ellis Island and spent time in the hospital there before traveling on to join their husband and father, Josef in Kensington, Illinois. Paul was naturalized and when he was 17, he joined the United States Army, and was stationed at Fort George Meade, Maryland. It was here he met his future wife, Agnes, who was down from Baltimore with a girlfriend to visit the friend's boyfriend, who was also a soldier. Paul persistently wooed Agnes, who was not interested at first, and wanted to become a nun, but eventually, he won her over and the two were married in November 1920. Paul worked as a Toolmaker at Glen L. Martin Airport, where he suffered a blood clot in the heart and died, leaving a widow and nine children.

U.S. Army, 17th Infantry, Co. A. Rank: Sergeant, WWI 
Family links: 
  Joseph Adamecz (1873 - 1923)
  Maria Rosalie Hudec Adamecz (1880 - 1944)
  Agnes Gertrude Fossler Adamecz (1895 - 1990)
  Beatrice Elizabeth Adamecz Sickel (1925 - 2015)*
*Calculated relationship
New Cathedral Cemetery
Baltimore City
Maryland, USA
Created by: Jeannine Sickel Kleinsch...
Record added: Nov 10, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 80222102
Paul Joseph Adamecz
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Paul was the product of a Hungarian mother and Slovakian father. This is the flag of Hungary.
- Jeannine Sickel Kleinschmidt
 Added: Apr. 30, 2012

- Jeannine Sickel Kleinschmidt
 Added: Apr. 30, 2012
To the granddad I never knew, with love.
- Jeannine Sickel Kleinschmidt
 Added: Apr. 30, 2012

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