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St. John's Cemetery

Bellevue, Sarpy County, Nebraska

St. John's Cemetery St. John's Cemetery
South of Omaha on 36th Street
The

Tombstone Felix and Anna GALUS FOREMAN

Felix Philip FOREMAN
4 July 1908 -- 3 Apr 1997
Anna Frances FOREMAN nee GALUS
28 Nov 1915 --  24 Jul 2007
Felix and Anna GALUS FOREMANAnna is my Dad's sister.  She was the third child born to Stanislaus "Stanley" and Martha KUDRON GALUS.  She was born on 28 Nov 1915 near Genoa, Nance County, Nebraska.  She married Felix Philip FOREMAN on 24 Oct 1938.  Anna died 24 Jul 2007 in Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska.

Felix was a son of John and Mary MORITZ FOREMAN (FURMANSKI). He was born 4 July 1908 in Platte Center, Platte County, Nebraska. Felix died 3 April 1997 in Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska.


Tombstone Edmund S. GALUS

Dorothy THOMAS GALUS
Edmund Stanley GALUS
11 Nov 1917 -- 24 Feb 2009
Dorothy Margaret THOMAS GALUS
2 Jul 1921 -- 3 Jan 2005
Edmund and Dorothy THOMAS GALUSEdmund and Dorothy are my parents.

Edmund was the fourth of 9 children born to Stanislaus "Stanley" and Martha KUDRON GALUS.  He was born 11 November 917 in rural Boone County near Albion, Nebraska.  Dad died 24 February 2009 in Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska.

Dorothy was the fourth of 10 children born to Adolph and Julia ZACH THOMAS. She was born 2 July 1921 in rural Boone County near Albion, Nebraska. Mom died on 3 January 2005 in Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska.

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Stanislaus and Martha GALUS
Stanley
Feb 27, 1880 -- May 18, 1965
Martha
Mar 24, 1891 -- Jan 15, 1973
Stanislaus and Martha are Marge's Grandparents. Stanislaus was born in Leki Gorne, Poland, which was under Austrian rule at the time. Stanislaus and his brother Joseph arrived in the U.S. in September 1898 Stanislaus and Martha GALUSthrough the port of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. They had several aunts who had settled in Platte and Nance counties in Nebraska and it is there they originally settled. My grandmother Martha was also born in Leki Gorne, Galicia, Austria Poland. Her father Thomas immigrated with his brother-in-law in July 1906 through the port of New York City. They went to Fullerton in Nance county Nebraska, where Thomas' sister and her family had settled. Martha, her mother Ursula, and her siblings immigrated sometime around 1907. Stanislaus and Martha were married on 31 Jan 1912 at Ss. Peter and Paul Church, Krakow, Nance County, Nebraska. They farmed in Nance, Platte and Holt counties and then moved to Omaha, Douglas County in the early 1940s.

More about My GALUS Family | More about My KUDRON Family


Ted and Lucile GALUS
Thaddeus A.
1912 -- 1998
Married
July 11, 1934
Lucile M.
1913 -- 1988
Thaddeus "Ted" and Lucille NANSEL GALUSThaddeus (Ted) was the oldest child born to Stanley and Martha KUDRON GALUS. Ted was born 11 Dec 1912 in Genoa, Nance County, Nebraska. On 11 July 1934 he married Lucile Mildred NANSEL, a daughter of William and Caroline WILSON NANSEL. Lucile was born 22 Aug 1913 in Monroe, Platte County, Nebraska. Ted and Lucille farmed around Monroe, before moving to South Omaha in Douglas County. Lucile died 4 Aug 1988 in Omaha; Ted died 23 Aug 1998 in Omaha.

Lois SCHIFERL GALUS
Husband
still living
Married
June 2, 1956
Wife
Lois Anne (nee SCHIFERL)
Sept 18, 1933 - Aug 15, 1996
Lois was a daughter-in-law of Thaddeus and Lucile GALUS. Lois was born in Pierce, Nebraska; she died in San Jose, California.


Thomas GALUS Thomas GALUS
1886 -- 1977
Vet. World War I
Thomas GALUS was a brother of Marge's Grandfather Stanislaus. Thomas was born 1 Mar 1886 in Leki Dolne, Galicia, Austria Poland. He immigrated in Mar 1908 through the port of New York City and settled in Platte County, Nebraska. On 6 Jan 1918 Thomas volunteered for the Polish Army in France. He was honorably discharged on 5 May 1920. On 24 Aug 1922 Thomas married Prekseda (Sadie) ENGLER nee MARCZYNSKI, a widow with two children, at St. Stanislaus Church in Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska. Thomas died 4 Jun 1977 in Omaha at the age of 91. Sadie died 18 Feb 1978 and is buried at Calvary Cemetery in Omaha.
Thomas GALUS was a member of the Polish Army in France during WW I. These were Polish Americans who volunteered to fight for the freedom of Poland. There is a memorial to the Polish volunteers of Nebraska in St. John's Cemetery. I have photos of the memorial toward the bottom of this page.


Frank and Clara Galus
Frank H. GALUS
3 Oct 1881 - 12 Apr 1963
Clara T. GALUS
nee LASSEK
5 Mar 1889 - 24 Sep 1965
Frank GALUS, a son of Bartholomew and Anna SLAWINSKI GALUS, was born 3 Oct 1881 in Nebraska. Bartholomew and Anna immigrated from Leki Gorne, Galicia, Austria Poland, around 1880 and settled around Duncan, Platte County, Nebraska. Frank married Clara LASSEK on 26 May 1908 at St. Stanislaus Church in Duncan, Platte County, Nebraska. Clara was born 5 Mar 1889 in Nebraska. Frank died 12 Apr 1963; Clara died 24 Sep 1965. Both of them died in Denver, Colorado. Frank is Marge's second cousin twice removed.
More about my Related GALUS Family.

John Galus Anna Galus
John GALUS
31 Dec 1875 - 2 Mar 1940
Anna GALUS
nee KUSH
8 May 1879 - abt 9 Dec 1969
John GALUS was born in Leki Dolne, Galicia, Austria Poland on 31 Dec 1875*. On 25 Oct 1900 in Leki Parish John married Anna KUSH, daughter of Michael and Agnes FARCZAK KUSH. Anna was born 8 May 1879 in Leki Gorne, Galicia, Austria Poland. Leki Gorne and Leki Dolne are small villages not far from each other. They are one church parish. According to the 1920 Nebraska census for John and Anna immigrated in about 1906. In 1920 they were living in Loup City, Sherman county, Nebraska. In the early 1920's they moved to South Omaha. John and Anna are buried in different sections of St. John's cemetery.

I have traced John's family back through the microfilm records of Leki Dolne, but have not made a connection to my GALUS family as yet. I have more information about John and Anna on my Unrelated (so far) GALUS Families page.

*Correction: I originally had John's birth date as 31 Jan 1876. Closer scrutiny of the parish baptism ledger shows he was born 31 Dec 1875.

John and Antoinette Votrobek
John VOTROBEK, Sr.
18 Dec 1899 - 29 Mar 1986
Antoinette VOTROBEK
nee GALUS
7 Feb 1904 - 28 Apr 1979
Antoinette was a daughter of John and Anna KUSH GALUS. The 1920 Nebraska census shows that she was born in Austria. She was probably born in Leki Dolne or Leki Gorne -- the villages where her parents were born. The microfilmed records do not go as far as 1904. As I noted above for John and Anna, I have not made a connection to this GALUS family as yet.
Bernard and Rose Galus
Bernard C. GALUS
Jan 19, 1918 - Sept 19, 1995
Rose F. GALUS
nee SIEDLIK
Feb 8, 1919 - Feb 20, 1990
Bernard was a son of John and Anna KUSH GALUS. He was born in Nebraska and died in Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska.
Daniel J. Galus Daniel J. GALUS
Dec 28, 1955 - Jan 7, 2002
Daniel was a son of Bernard and Rose GALUS

 

Chester ZIEMBA, Sr. Chester ZIEMBA, Jr.
Chester J ZIEMBA
Michigan
Captain CO M 147 INF REGT
World War II
Jan 6 1914 -- July 20 1961
Son
Chester J. ZIEMBA
July 24, 1955
March 16, 1975

 

Laura M. ZIEMBA
nee GALUS
Dec 16, 1923 - Oct 10, 2001

 

Chester and Laura GALUS ZIEMBA, and son ChesterLaura GALUS ZIEMBA was a daughter of Stanley and Martha KUDRON GALUS, sister of my Dad. Laura married Chester ZIEMBA, Sr. in Detroit, Michigan.

Chester Sr. was born in Detroit, Michigan, a son of Thomas and Sophie SOSNOWSKI ZIEMBA. Thomas was brother of Louis ZIEMBA who settled around Fullerton, Nance County, Nebraska.

Chester ZIEMBA, Jr. was the adopted son of Chester and Laura.


World War I Memorial
The Polish Army Veterans Association of America
Post No 42, Omaha, Nebraska
May - 30 - 1931

Nebraska Volunteers
To Polish Unit of Alliance Army
World War I
GLUBA, Michael, (Rev) Organizer Chaplain
KALAMAJA, Theobald, (Rev) O. F. M. Organizer
KAWA, Francis, P. Post Organizer Commander

AMBROZIAK, B.
BIALCZYK, J.
BARTMAN, A.
BEDNARZ, J.
DELINSKI, S.
GORZELANSKI, S.
GORZELANSKI, W.
GALUS, T.
GOSTYNSKI, I.
GUNIA, J.
GRABOWSKI, A.
HOMA, M.
IWAN, T.
JODLOWSKI, J.
KRZEMIEN, W.
KRAMER, L.
LANOCHA, J.
LANOCHA, S.
LUBANSKI, M.
MAC, A.
MITERA, J.
MIJALSKI, Z
NOWACZYK, S.
NOWAK, J.
NOZKA, M.
PYRZANOWSKI, F.
PLACZEK. A.
RAK, J.
SMAGA, J.
STANCZYK, J.
STARANSKI, F.
SPULSKI, W.
STANCZYK, W.
SZWOLEK, W.
STASZCZYK, B.
STALEC, A.
WASZAK, S.
WAWRZONEK, F.
WIECZOREK, J.
ZAWADA, T.
ZIEMBA, P.



Cross of Polish Soldiers from America


Check out these links regarding this emblem:
http://www.rootsweb.com/~srgp/flaghold/flag125.htm
http://www.netdialogue.com/yy/europe/Poland/IPoland/Legion/Legion.htm
(Second site is written in what appears to be Ukranian)

Veteran's Graves around World War 1 Memorial
Memorial Day 2002
Martin Nozka Mieczyslaw Ruta
Martin NOSKA
Died 1945
Mieczyslaw RUTA
Died 1974
Thomas Galus Leon J. Kramer
Thomas GALUS
1886 -- 1977
Leon J. KRAMER
1882 -- 1973
Paul Ziemba Andrew Stalec
Paul ZIEMBA
Died 1935
Andrew STALEC
Died 1966
Lawrence Krzemien Frank Staranski
Lawrence KRZEMIEN
Died 1963
Frank STARANSKI
Died 1933
W. Gorzelanski John Rak
W. GORZELANSKI
Died ____
John RAK
Died 1959

   

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Created April 12, 2003 - January 16, 2013
Photos by Marge GALUS SANDLIER

Graphics by Marge
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