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CURYLO / CURYLO / CURULE / COROLE

Wojciech / George and Agnes CURYLO

1885 Nebraska State Census, Platte County, Columbus City, ED 623, page 37, 19 June 1885
Dwelling 381, family 386
Sirula, Albert, age 56, married, laborer, born Austria, parents born Austria
Sirula, Aggie, age 42, wife, married, keeps house, born Austria, parents born Austria
Sirula, Geo., age 8, son, single, born Austria, parents born Austria

1900 U.S. census, Nebraska, Platte County, Columbus Ward 3, ED 161, sheet 12A, 13 June 1900
Dwelling 245, family 246
Serlo(?), George, head, born Un. 1830, age 70, married, married 40 years, born Poland Aust, parents born Poland Aust, immigrated 1880, first papers filed, day laborer
Serlo, Agnes, wife, born Un. 1835, age 65, married, married 40 years, mother of 10 children, 4 living, born Poland Aust, parents born Poland Aust, immigrated 1880
Serlo, George, son, born Nov 1879, age 20, single, born Poland Aust, parents born Poland Aust, immigrated 1880, R. R. day laborer
Serlo, Joseph, son, born Oct 1867, age 32, married, married 8 years, born Poland Aust, parents born Poland Aust, immigrated 1880, day laborer
Serlo, Annie, daughter-in-law, born Un. 1875, age 25, married, married 8 years, mother of 5 children, 5 children living, born Poland Aust, parents born Poland Aust, immigrated 1890
Serlo, Walter, son, born Sept 1872, age 7, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland Aust
Serlo, Sophia, daughter, born Feb 1895, age 5, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland Aust
Serlo, Josei, daughter, born Dec 1875, age 4, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland Aust
Serlo, John, son, born Sept 1898, age 2, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland Aust
Serlo, Julia, daughter, born Dec 1899, age 6/12, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland Aust

From Platte County NeGenWeb site:
http://www.rootsweb.com/~neplatte/vitals/vitals1907c.html

Columbus Journal, October 23, 1907
DIED
CURULE--Wojech Curule, father-in-law of Deputy Sheriff Thos. Jaworski, died Tuesday, aged 80 years. He was born in Gallacia, Austria, and came to America about thirty years ago, locating in Iowa, and moving to Columbus in 1884. He was married in Austria and his wife still survives him, also four children, Mrs. Paul Wysocki and one son Joe, who lives in Chicago, and a son George who lives at Farwell, Neb., and Mrs. Thos. Jaworski of this city. The funeral will be held at the Catholic church Thursday morning at 8 o'clock and the burial will be in the Catholic cemetery.

1910 U.S. Census, Nebraska, Platte County, Columbus Ward 2, ED 178, sheet 14B, 22 April 1910
West 9th, dwelling 280, family 287
Curulo, Agnes, head, age 80, widow, mother of 10 children, 4 children living, born Aust Polish, parents born Aust Polish, immigrated 1880, occupation none
Curulo, Walter, grandson, age 18, single, born Nebraska, parents born Aust Polish
Gaalus, George, lodger, age 20, single, born Aust Polish, parents born Aust Polish, immigrated 1908, alien, section hand, rail road

Children of George and Agnes CURYLO:
Mary CURYLO, married Paul WYSOCKI 18 August 1884, St. Bonaventure Church, Columbus, Platte County, Nebraska

Kathryn CURYLO, married Thomas JAWORSKI 26 February 1884, Columbus, Platte County, Nebraska

Joseph CURYLO, married (1) Anna DZIEDZIC 28 July 1891, Columbus, Platte County, Nebraska, (2) Kathryn GALLUS 18 August 1902, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois

Platte County, Nebraska, marriage records
#343  CZURLO Joseph   &  DZIEDZIC Annie
    28 Jul 1891, Columbus;
Joseph, age 21; residing in Platte Co; born in Aust; parents George Czurlo, A Sak
Annie, age 19; residing in Platte Co; born in Aust; parents Adam Dziedzic, Katie Kopcik

In 1900 Joseph, his first wife Anna and their 5 children were enumerated with Joseph's parents, George and Agnes
1900 U.S. census, Nebraska, Platte County, Columbus Ward 3, ED 161, sheet 12A, 13 June 1900
Dwelling 245, family 246
Serlo, Joseph, son, born Oct 1867, age 32, married, married 8 years, born Poland Aust, parents born Poland Aust, immigrated 1880, day laborer
Serlo, Annie, daughter-in-law, born Un. 1875, age 25, married, married 8 years, mother of 5 children, 5 children living, born Poland Aust, parents born Poland Aust, immigrated 1890
Serlo, Walter, son, born Sept 1872, age 7, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland Aust
Serlo, Sophia, daughter, born Feb 1895, age 5, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland Aust
Serlo, Josei, daughter, born Dec 1875, age 4, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland Aust
Serlo, John, son, born Sept 1898, age 2, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland Aust
Serlo, Julia, daughter, born Dec 1899, age 6/12, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland Aust

Marriage record, LDS microfilm 1704114, item 5, page 72, St. John Cantius Church, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois
18 August 1902
Groom: Jozef Curylo of Hotow* Pilzno Gal(icia), son of Wojciech and Agnes nee Sak
Bride: Katarzyna Gallus, of Skrzszow, pow. Tarnow Galic(ia), daughter of Antonia and Zofie nee Tragarz
Witnesses: Jan Tragarz, Bronislaw Rybowniak
* Possibly Chotowa, north of Pilzno.

Children of Joseph and Anna:
Walter / Harry / Wladislaw CURYLO, born Sept 1872, Nebraska, married Mary MORDEL

Marriage record, LDS microfilm 1704115, item 3, page 485, St. John Cantius, Cook County, Illinois, marriage records
25 November 1914
Groom: Wladislaw Curylo, of Colombus, Nebraska, son of Jozef and Anna nee Kapustka, baptized 14 September 1892, Colombus (sic), Nebraska
Bride: Maryanna Mordel, of Chicago, Illinois, daughter of Franciszek and Maryanna nee Krajewski, baptized St. John Cantius, Chicago, Illinois, 6 January 1894
Witnesses: Leon Kozlowski, Jozefa Curylo

Abstracted from 12 May 1958, Chicago Tribune (IL), COROLE
Walter [Harry] Corole, husband of Mary, nee Mordell
brother of Sophie Kujawa, Julia Hintz, Frances Cerwonke, John, Stanley, and the late Josephine Kozlowski
Funeral Wednesday, 9 a.m., from chapel, 1056 W. Chicago avenue, corner of Ogden to St. Boniface's church. Interment St. Adalbert's.

Abstracted from 23 Apr 1979, Chicago Tribune (IL), COROLE
Mary Corole, nee Mordel, wife of the late Walter
sister of the late George, Anna Rombow, John Sprawka, Rose Chick and Catherine Evans.
Funeral Tuesday, 10 a.m., from Wm. C. Smith and Sons Inc., 2500 N. Cico Ave., to St. Genevieve Church. Interment St. Adalbert.

Sophia CURYLO, born Feb 1895, Nebraska, married Joseph KUJAWA

Marriage record, LDS microfilm 1704115, Church records, Catholic Church, St. John Cantius, Chicago, Illinois
Marriages 1909-1915, Items 1-4
7 November 1911
Józef KUJAWA, of Chicago, Illinois, son of Wojciech and Wiktoria nee MIGDALSKIEJ
Zofia CUROLA, of Colombus (sic), Nebraska, daughter of Józef and Katarzyna nee KAPUSTKA
Witnesses: Piotr WOJCIECHOWSKI and Maryanna BYCZEK
BY Rev. Felix Ladon, CR

1920 U.S. census, Illinois, Cook County, Chicago Ward 27, ED 1652, sheet 12B, 7 February 1920
3342 N. Hamlin Ave., family 283
Kujawa, Joseph, head, age 32, born Illinois, parents born Poland, boxmaker, factory
Kujawa, Sophia, wife, age 25, married, born Nebraska, parents born Poland
Kujawa, Helen, daughter, age 7, single, born Illinois, father born Illinois, mother born Nebraska
Kujawa, Roman, son, age 3 4/12, single, born Illinois, father born Illinois, mother born Nebraska
Kujawa, Thomas, brother, age 40, single, immigrated 1881, naturalized, born Poland, parents born Poland, boxmaker, factory

Dziennik Chicagoski 1930-1971 Death Notice Index at PGSA.org
Kujawa, Zofia M., died 5/26/1959, nee Curolo, date of notice 27 May 1959

Abstracted from 28 May 1959, Chicago Tribune (IL)
Sophie M. Kujawa, nee Curolo,
wife of Joseph
mother of Helen Trader and the late Roman
mother-in-law of Florence Kujawa and the late Edwin Trader
grandmother of Edwin J. Trader, Allan and Karen Kujawa
sister of John and Stanley Curolo, Julia Hintz, and Frances Cerwonka. Funeral Friday, 10:30 a.m., from chapel, 2950-58 Fullerton, at Sacramento, to Our Lady of Grace church. Interment St. Joseph's cemetery.

Abstracted from 23 August 1963, Chicago Tribune (IL)
Joseph A. Kujawa
husband of the late Sophie M., nee Curulo
father of Helen Trader and the late Roman
grandfather of three
brother of Ann Kilinski
Funeral Saturday, 8:30 a.m., from the Joseph Maloney Funeral Home, 2950-58 W. Fullerton, at Sacramento, to Our Lady of Grace church.  Interment St. Joseph.

Social Security Death Index
JOSEPH KUJAWA, born 19 Mar 1887, died Aug 1963, last residence (Illinois), last benefit (none specified), SSN 319-07-8950, issued Illinois

Josephine CURYLO, born about 6 September 1895, Nebraska, christened Columbus, Platte County, Nebraska.  Married Leo S. KOZLOWSKI.

John CURYLO

1930 U.S. Census, Illinois, Cook County, Chicago, ED 1457, sheet 15A, 24 April 1930
? Bernard Ave., dwelling 184B, family 286B
Corole, John, head, age 31, married, age 25 at first marriage, born Nebraska, parents born Nebraska, shipping clerk, commission house
Corole, Agnes, wife, age 27, married, age 19 at first marriage, born Poland, parents born Poland, immigrated 1902, naturalized
Corole, Virginia, daughter, age 5, single, born Illinois, parents born Poland

Julia CURYLO, married ______ HINTZ


Children born to Joseph and Kathryn:
St. John Cantius Church, Chicago, IL - Birth Index Results at PGSA.org :

Curylo, Stanley Jacob, father Joseph, mother Kathryn Galus, born 5-23-1904, LDS microfilm 1704111, item 9
Curylo, Frances Marianna, father Joseph, mother Kathryn Galus, born 2-13-1908, LDS microfilm 1704112, item 3
Curylo, Marianna, father Joseph, mother Kathryn Galus, born 10-1-1909, LDS microfilm 1704113, item 1

Abstract from 22 August 1946, Chicago Tribune (IL), COROLE
Catherine Corole, nee Gallus, wife of the late Joseph
mother of Stanley, Frances Czerwonka, Walter, Sophia Kujawa, Josephine Kozlowski, John, and Julia Hintz
grandmother of seven, great-grandmother of three.
Funeral Friday, 9:30 a.m., from chapel, 1056 W. Chicago avenue, corner of Ogden, to St. John Cantius church. Interment St. Adalbert's

George CURYLO   

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CZALA

Anna CZALA
Source : 1900 US Census, ED 140, Silver Creek TWP, Merrick, NE
Full listing: ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ne/merrick/census/1900/silvrcrk.txt
Czala, Anna, age 14, born Dec 1885 in Nebraska, occupation servant. Parents born Aust Poland.
Enumerated with Rossiter, Mike L.

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CZAPLA

Joseph CZAPLA and Victoria nee SKORUPA
See SKORUPA

Joseph CZAPLA and Victoria nee SKORUPA immigrated to Nebraska from Leki Gorne / Leki Dolne, Austria Poland, in June 1876.  They arrived at the Port of New York on 14 Jun 1876 and settled in Polk County, Nebraska. 

Baptism record from FamilySearch.org

"Poland, Tarnow Roman Catholic Diocese Church Books, 1612-1900"
name: Josephus Czepla
event: Baptism
event date: 22 Jan 1840
event place: Machowa, Machowa, Rzeszów, Poland
house number: 58
gender: Male
father: Nicolaus Czepla
mother: Marianna Tomaszeiwiec
volume beginning year: 1822
volume ending year: 1844
page number: 72
entry number: 1
film number: 1956884
digital folder number: 004645720
image number: 00659

"Poland, Tarnow Roman Catholic Diocese Church Books, 1612-1900," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X54C-3XB : accessed 21 Jan 2013), Josephus Czepla, 1840.

Marriage record, LDS microfilm 1898739, item 9, page 45, #3, Leki Parish, Galicia, Austria Poland
5 Feb 1861
Groom:  Josephus Czapla, widower of deceased Marianna Proszowski, son of Nicolaus and Marianna nee Tomasiewicz;
Catholic, age 21 (b abt 1840), widowed, house 27
Bride:  Victoria Skorupa, daughter of Adamus Skorupa and Apolonia nee Kotlarz, cmeth;
Catholic, age 16 1/4 (b abt 1845), single
Witnessed:  Mathias Barnas, cmeth; Adalbertus Micek; Cmeth

Ship passenger list
District of New York, Port of New York, German S. S. Harmonia, left Hamburg, Germany, arrived at the Port of New York 14 Jun 1876
Page 4
175, Josef Czapla, age 36, male, workman, from Austria, going to United States
176, Victoria Czapla, age 28, female wife, from Austria, going to United States
177, Franz Czapla, age 9, male, child
178, Josefine Czapla, age 8, female, child
179, Katha Czapla, age 7, female, child
180, Anna Czapla, age 6, female, child
181, Stanislaus Czapla, age 4, male, child
182, Victoria Czapla, age -, 0 months, infant

1880 U.S. census, Nebraska, Polk County, Island Precinct, ED356, page 1A
Chappla, Joseph, age 45, Farmer, born Poland
Chappla, Victoria, age ??, wife, Keeping house, born Poland
Chappla, Frank, age ??, son, Farmer, born Poland
Chappla, Kate, age 1?, daughter, at home, born Poland
Chappla, Anna, age 10, daughter, at home, born Poland
Chappla, Stanislaw, age 9, son, born Poland
Chappla, Victoria, age 4, daughter, born Poland
Chappla, Henry, age 1, son, born Nebraska

1900 U.S. census, Nebraska, Polk County, Island Precinct, ED 95, sheet 1A
Czapla, Joseph, head, born Aug 1839, age 60, married 41 years, born Poland Austria, parents born Poland Austria, immigrated 1876, naturalized, farmer
Czapla, Victoria, wife, born Oct 1844, age 55, married 41 years, mother of 14 children, 10 children living, born Poland Austria, parents born Poland Austria, immigrated 1876
Czapla, Joseph, son, born July 1881, age 18, single, born Nebraska, Farm laborer
Czapla, Adolph, son, born Mar 1883, age 17, single, born Nebraska, Farm laborer
Czapla Mary, daughter, born Jan 1885, single, born Nebraska

In the 1910 census Joseph is widowed and is living with his son Adolph

1910 U.S. census, Nebraska, Platte County, Columbus Ward 1, sheet 10A, 20 April 1910
202 E 6th, dwelling 204, family 211
Czapla, Adolph, head, age 27, married once, married 2 years, born Nebraska, parents born Aust Polish, partner, saloon
Czapla, Mary, wife, age 20, married once, married 2 years, mother of 1 child, 1 child living, born Nebraska, parents born Aust Polish
Czapla, Laura, daughter, age 10/12, single, born Nebraska, parents born Nebraska
Czapla, Joseph, father, age 70, widowed, born Aust Polish, parents born Aust Polish, immigrated 1877, naturalized

There is a biography of Joseph and Victoria in the St. Stanislaus Catholic Church, Duncan, Platte County, Nebraska, Centennial Book on page 132.  A grandson of Joseph and Victoria, Walter CZAPLA, married my second cousin once removed, Elizabeth/Beata ROSNO.  Elizabeth is part of my GALUS family.

Children of Joseph and Victoria SKORUPA CZAPLA

Franz / Frank immigrated with his parents in 1876.  Married Mary BRYGG.

1900 U.S. census, Nebraska, Polk County, Island Precinct, ED 95, sheet 2B, 8 June 1900
Czapla, Frank, head, born Jan 1861, age 39, married, married 17 years, born Poland Aust, parents born Poland Aust, immigrated 1876, alien, farmer
Czapla, Mary, wife, born Dec 1866, age 33, married, married 17 years, mother of 9 children, 8 children living, born Poland Aust, parents born Poland Aust, immigrated 1877
Czapla, Annie, daughter, born Nov 1884, age 15, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland Aust
Czapla, Helen, daughter, born May 1886, age 14, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland Aust
Czapla, Josie, daughter, born Mar 1889, age 11, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland Aust, at school
Czapla, Matilda, daughter, born June 1890, age 9, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland Aust, at school
Czapla, Katie, daughter, born Sept 1891, age 8, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland Aust, at school
Czapla, Wadich, son, born Feb 1894, age 6, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland Aust
Czapla, Leo, son, born Feb 1894, age 6, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland Aust
Czapla, Andrew, son, born Dec 1898, age 1, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland Aust

Daughter Annie / Anna married Thomas LISS 24 Oct 1900.  See LISS

Son Wadich / Walter married Elizabeth / Beata ROSNO 4 Oct 1916.  Elizabeth is my second cousin once removed through my GALUS family.  Her grandmother Sophia GALUS ROSNO was a sister of my great grandfather Andrew GALUS.  See GALUS

Josephine immigrated with her parents in 1876.  Married Joseph MICEK, son of Joannes MICEK and Francisca ZAGORSKA

1900 U.S. census, Nebraska, Polk County, Island Precinct, ED 95, sheet 3A, 9 June 1900
Dwelling 46, family 46
Micek, Joseph, head, born Mar 1855, age 45, married, married 19 years, born Poland Aust, parents born Poland Aust, immigrated 1876, first papers filed, farmer
Micek, Josephine, wife, born Dec 1864, age 35, married, married 19 years, mother of 11 children, 9 children living, born Poland Aust, parents born Poland Aust, immigrated 1876
Micek, Henry, son, born Sep 1883, age 16, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland Aust, farm laborer
Micek, Balbaine, daughter, born Mar 1886, age 14, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland Aust, at school
Micek, Louie, son, born Mar 1888, age 12, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland Aust, at school
Micek, William, son, born Jan 1893, age 10, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland Aust, at school
Micek, Albin, son, born Dec 1894, age 5, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland Aust
Micek, Joseph, son, born Jan 1896, age 4, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland Aust
Micek, Amelia, daughter, born Jan 1898, age 2, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland Aust
Micek, Sylvester, son, born Dec 1899, age 5/12, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland Aust.

Catharine immigrated with her parents in 1876.  Married Martin SIEMEK.

Anna immigrated with her parents in 1876.  Married Andrew TRIBA.

Birth/baptism record, LDS microfilm 1898738, item 11, page 271, Leki Parish, Galicia, Austria Poland
1869 January, date of birth 31, date of baptism 2 Feb, house 27, Leki Gorne
Anna, Catholic, daughter, legitimate
Father:  Josephus Czapla, son of Nicolas and Maria nee Tomasiewicz, cmetho
Mother:  Victoria, daughter of Adamus Skorupa and Apollonia nee Kotlarz
Godparents:  Thomas Tragarz, cmetho; Sophia Miczkowa, utero

Stanislaus Andrew / Charles immigrated with his parents in 1876.  Married Marianna TWARDOWSKI, daughter of Andreas TWORDOWSKI and Marianna SLAWINSKI.

Centennial book Ss. Peter and Paul Church, Krakow, Nance County, Nebraska, page 105
Stanislaus and Mary (Twardoski) Czapla biography (excerpt)
Stanislaus [CZAPLA] married Mary Twardoski November 23, 1891 at St. Stanislaus church at Duncan.  Mary's parents were Andrew and Mary (Slawinski) Twardoski.  She was born March 12, 1875 in Austria-Poland and came to the United States with her parents.

1900 U.S. census, Nebraska, Polk County, Island Precinct, ED 95, sheet 2B, 8 June 1900
Dwelling 32, family 32
Czapla, Stanislaus, head, born Mar 1871, age 28, married, married 8 years, born Poland Aust, parents born Poland Aust, immigrated 1876, alien, farmer
Czapla, Mary, wife, born Mar 1876, age 24, married, married 8 years, mother of 4 children, 3 children living, born Poland Aust, parents born Poland Aust, immigrated 1889
Czapla, Leocadia, daughter, born Feb 1896, age 7, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland Aust
Czapla, Monica, daughter, born Oct 1898, age 4, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland Aust
Czapla, Eulalia, daughter, born Oct 1898, age 1, single, born Nebraska, parents born Poland Aust

Adalbertus

Death record, LDS microfilm 1899056, item 6, page , #39
1873 April, date of death 26, date of burial 28, house 27
Adalbertus, son of Josephus Czapla and Victoria nee Skorupa
Catholic, male, age 1 week, cause of death debilis natus

Victoria immigrated with her parents in 1876.  Married Valentine \ Valenty \ Walenty CZUBA on 22 Sep 1890, son of Sebastian CZUBA and Mary Anna HANZEL.

Henry, born about 1879 in Nebraska.  Married Sadie CHLOPEK.

Joseph Anthony, born 4 July 1881, Polk County, Nebraska.  Married Agnes Barbara KUSH, 30 Jan 1907, St. Mary's, Pilsno, Polk County, Nebraska.  Agnes was a daughter of Thomas KUSH and Kathryn BARNAS.

Adolph \ Johannes Adolfus, born 26 March 1883, Polk County, Nebraska.  Married Mary KUSH, 29 May 1907, St. Mary's, Pilsno, Polk County, Nebraska.  Mary was a daughter of Thomas KUSH and Kathryn BARNAS.

1910 U.S. census, Nebraska, Platte County, Columbus Ward 1, sheet 10A, 20 April 1910
202 E 6th, dwelling 204, family 211
Czapla, Adolph, head, age 27, married once, married 2 years, born Nebraska, parents born Aust Polish, partner, saloon
Czapla, Mary, wife, age 20, married once, married 2 years, mother of 1 child, 1 child living, born Nebraska, parents born Aust Polish
Czapla, Laura, daughter, age 10/12, single, born Nebraska, parents born Nebraska
Czapla, Joseph, father, age 70, widowed, born Aust Polish, parents born Aust Polish, immigrated 1877, naturalized

Mary \ Maria Euphrasina, born 20 January 1885, Nebraska.  Married Joe LISCO.

  Joseph CZAPLA and Victoria SKORUPA in my family file at Rootsweb's WorldConnect


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CZARNIK

Peter CZARNIK and Mary JARECKI

Peter CZARNIK was enumerated with his parents, Peter and Catharine nee MAZUR, in the 1885 Nebraska State census in Butler Township.

1885 Nebraska State Census, Platte County, Butler Township, ED 629, page 3, 3 June 1885
Dwelling 14, family 14
Cyonik (sic) Czarnik, Peter, male, age 40, married, farmer, born Austria
Czarnik, Chaterin [Catherine], female, age 37, wife, married, keeping house, born Austria, parents born (blank)
Czarnik, Joseph, age 2, son, single, born Nebraska, parents born (blank)
Czarnik, John, age 16, son, harding (?), born Austria, parents born (blank)
Czarnik, Peter, age 12, son, harding (?), born Austria, parents born (blank)
Czarnik, Charlotte, age 7, daughter, born Austria, parents born (blank)
Czarnik, Mary, age 4, daughter, born Nebraska, parents born (blank)
Masie, Anna, age 72, mother-in-law, widow, born Austria, parents born Austria

Peter married Mary JARECKI about 1897.  Peter and Mary were enumerated in the 1900 and 1910 censuses in Butler Township, Platte County, Nebraska.

1900 U.S. census, Nebraska, Platte County, Butler Township, ED 157, sheet 4B, 7 June 1900
Dwelling 72, family 72
Zarnik, Peter, head, born Oct 1875, age 24, married, married 3 years, born Poland Aust, parents born Poland Aust, immigrated 1880, first papers filed, farmer
Zarnik, Mary, wife, born Apr 1880, age 20, married, married 3 years, mother of 2 children, 0 children living, born Nebraska, parents born Poland German

1910 U.S. census, Nebraska, Platte County, Butler Township, ED 176, sheet 2A, ___ day of ____ 1910
Dwelling 25, family 17
Czarnik, Peter, head, age 35, married once, married 13 years. born Austria Pol, parents born Austria Pol, immigrated (blank), farmer, farm
Czarnik, Mary, wife, age 29, married once, married 13 years, mother of 8 children, 3 children living, born Nebraska, parents born German Pol, immigrated 1878, naturalized (this is probably the immigration information for her husband)
Czarnik, Josephine, daughter, age 6, single, born Nebraska, father born Austria Pol, mother born Nebraska
Czarnik, Rosie, daughter, age 4, single, born Nebraska, father born Austria Pol, mother born Nebraska
Czarnik, Monica, daughter, age 2, single, born Nebraska, father born Austria Pol, mother born Nebraska

The 1920 census shows them living in Loup Township in Platte County, Nebraska.

1920 U.S. Census, Nebraska, Platte County, Loup Township, ED 185, sheet 8B, 3 January 1920 ®455
Family 16
Zarnik, Peter, head, age 47, married, immigrated 1882, naturalized, born Poland, parents born Poland, farmer
Zarnik, Mary, wife, age 40, married, born Nebraska, parents born Poland
Zarnik, Josie, daughter, age 16 7/12, single, born Nebraska, father born Poland, mother born Nebraska
Zarnik, Rosie, daughter, age 13 6/12, single, born Nebraska, father born Poland, mother born Nebraska
Zarnik, Minnie, daughter, age 10 9/12, single, born Nebraska, father born Poland, mother born Nebraska
Zarnik, Vare [Vera], daughter, age 9 2/12, single, born Nebraska, father born Poland, mother born Nebraska
Zarnik, Anna, daughter, age 6 7/12, single, born Nebraska, father born Poland, mother born Nebraska
Zarnik, Emmalea, daughter, age 4 9/12, single, born Nebraska, father born Poland, mother born Nebraska
Zarnik, Charley, son, age 2 7/12, single, born Nebraska, father born Poland, mother born Nebraska

An online extract of  the Farmers' Directory of Loup Township, Platte County, Nebraska - 1923 is on the Platte County NE GenWeb site at  http://www.usgennet.org/usa/ne/county/platte/1923loup.html.

Abbreviations: wf.: wife; ch.: children; O.: owner; R.: renter; ac.: acres; sec.: section; ( ): years in county
Czrnik, Pete. Wf. Mary; ch. Josie, Rosa, Minnie, Vera, Anna, Amelia and Charlie. P.O. Genoa, R. 4. R. 80 ac., sec. 29; R.
80 ac., sec. 28; R. 80 ac., sec. 21. (4.)

In 1930 Peter and Mary were living in Columbus, Platte County, Nebraska.

1930 U.S. census, Nebraska, Platte County, Columbus, ED 7, sheet 1B, 3 April 1930
1809 12th Street, dwelling 23, family 23
Czarnik, Peter, head, age 59, married, age 24 when first married, born Poland, parents born Poland, immigrated 1876, naturalized, laborer, railroad tracks
Czarnik, Mary, wife, age 46, married, age 15 when first married, born Nebraska, parents born Poland
Czarnik, Amelia, daughter, age 15, single, born Nebraska, father born Poland, mother born Nebraska
Czarnik, Charley, son, age 12, single, born Nebraska, father born Poland, mother born Nebraska

According to Find A Grave (http://www.findagrave.com):

Peter CZARNIK died in 1945; his wife Mary died Feb. 15, 1942.  Both are buried at St. Bonaventure Cemetery in Columbus, Platte County, Nebraska.  Links: Peter and Mary

Peter's father Peter (Piotr) died 2 Dec 1919; his mother Catharine nee MAZUR, died 8 Dec 1939.  They are buried in the St. Stanislaus Cemetery in Duncan, Platte County, Nebraska.  Links: Piotr and Catharine

Mary JARECKI was a daughter of Adam JARECKI and Josefa ________ .  Links: Adam and Josefa



Peter and Mary's daughter, Rose Helen, was born 3 Jun 1905 in Platte County, Nebraska.  Rose married Frank KUDRON on 11 Feb 1924 at Ss. Peter and Paul Church in Krakow, Nance County, Nebraska.  Frank was my granduncle, a brother of my grandmother, Martha KUDRON GALUS.  Rose and Frank had one daughter Valeria M. who was born 23 Nov 1924 in Columbus, Platte County, Nebraska.  On 2 Jan 1928 Frank died of typhoid pneumonia at St. Mary's Hospital in Columbus.  He was buried in St. Bonaventure Cemetery in Columbus.

Rose's sister, Monica \ Minnie CZARNIK, was born 28 Feb 1908 in Fullerton, Nance County, Nebraska.  She married Julian KIELISZEK on 12 Nov 1923 at Ss. Peter and Paul Church in Krakow, Nance County.  Julian was a son of John KIELISZEK and Thecla nee KUDRON.  Julian was a first cousin of Frank KUDRON and my grandmother Martha.

Julian and Minnie were living in Columbus, Platte County, at the time of the 1930 U.S. census.  Living with them was Minnie's widowed sister Rose KUDRON and Rose's 5-year-old daughter Valeria.

1930 U.S. census, Nebraska, Platte County, Columbus, ED 7, sheet 14A, 10 April 1930
1355 15th Avenue, dwelling 339, family 348
Kielishe, Julius, head, Owns house, age 33, married, age 27 at first marriage, born Poland, parents born Poland, immigrated 1900, naturalized, laborer, farm
Kielishe, Minnie, wife, age 24, married, age 18 at first marriage, born Nebraska, father born poland, mother born Nebraska
Kielishe, Joe, son, age 3/12, single, born Nebraska, father born Poland, mother born Nebraska
Kielishe, Mary L., daughter, age 1/12, single, born Nebraska, father born Poland, mother born Nebraska
Kudron, Rose, sister-in-law, age 24, widowed, age 19 at first marriage, born Nebraska, father born Poland, mother born Nebraska, servant, housekeeper
Kudron, Valeria, niece, age 5, single, born Nebraska father born Poland, mother born Nebraska

On 17 Nov 1930 Rose CZARNIK KUDRON married Stanley KANTOR of South Omaha, a widower with one son Joseph.  Stanley KANTOR was first married to Victoria, aka Pauline, CHOCHON.  Victoria died about 22 Feb 1923.  Victoria was a half-sister of Mary MARCHWICA \ MARFICA STANEK.  (See STANEK for more information.)  Rose and Stanley had three children: Louis, Edward and Stanley.

Rose died 13 Feb 1982; Stanley died 8 Aug 1964.  Both are buried at St. John's Cemetery in Bellevue, Sarpy County, Nebraska.

Minnie \ Monica and Julian separated, and on 18 Apr 1942 she married John Louis SOKOL.  John was a son of Louis SOKOL and Anna nee KUDRON.  He was a first cousin of Julian KIELISZEK, Frank KUDRON and my grandmother Martha KUDRON GALUS.

Minnie died 29 Mar 1982 in Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska; John SOKOL died 11 Sep 1984 in Columbus, Platte County, Nebraska.  They are both buried at St. Bonaventure Cemetery in Columbus.

Minnie's first husband, Julian KIELISZEK died at the Norfolk State Hospital in Norfolk, Madison County, Nebraska.  He is buried in an unmarked grave in Hillcrest Cemetery in Norfolk.

See my KUDRON Family page for more information.
 

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