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Edward J. Piotrowski
Edward J. Piotrowski, 81, Amherst, died Saturday, Jan. 11, 2003.
A memorial mass will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday at St. James Catholic Church, Amherst.
In lieu of flowers, a memorial has been established in his name.
Jungers-Holly Funeral Home of Amherst is assisting the family with arrangements.
A complete obituary will appear in Monday's Stevens Point Journal

Mon, Jan 13, 2003

Monday obituaries

Edward J. Piotrowski

Edward J. Piotrowski, 81, Amherst, Wis., went to his eternal rest on Saturday,
Jan. 11, 2003, after a two-year struggle with cancer.

A memorial Mass will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday at St. James Catholic Church, Amherst, with the Rev. Robert Pedretti officiating. Interment of cremains will be in
St. James Catholic Cemetery. Friends may call Tuesday at the church one hour prior to the time of the memorial service. The Jungers-Holly Funeral Home of Amherst is assisting the family with arrangements.

In lieu of flowers, memorials can be directed to the St. James Building Fund or Comfort Care and Hospice Services, 530 N. 32nd Ave., Wausau WI 54401, in the name of Edward J. Piotrowski.

He was born on March 21, 1921, in the town of Stockton, Portage Co, the 10th of 14 children of Joseph and Valeria (Literski) Piotrowski. He graduated from Fancher School.

He served his country during World War II in the U.S. Army Air Corps from 1942 until 1945.
He was married to Rosemary J. Berto on Sept. 21, 1946, in Amherst.

He was a Moland/Glendenning truck driver for 16 years. He then operated the Amherst Service Station for five years. He worked for Schrock Construction for three years until becoming a Nursing Assistant II at the Wisconsin Veterans Home, King. He retired from the Veterans Home in 1983 after 15 years of service.

Edward was known widely for his woodworking ability. His many friends and relatives cherish the furnishings he made for them over the years. He also was an avid gardener and fisherman. He enjoyed playing cards and was an enthusiastic sports fan.

He was an active member of the Selma Voigt American Legion Post No. 22 in Amherst, a former volunteer firefighter and a willing volunteer for many community projects in the Amherst area. He was an active and devoted member of St. James Church.

He is survived by his loving wife of 56 years, Rosemary; his children, Stephen (Lynne) Piotrowski of Madison, Anthony (Judi) Piotrowski of Grand Junction, Colo., Rita (William) Bailey of Houston, Texas, and Susan (Robert) Hintz of Amherst; four grandsons, Ryan Piotrowski of Las Vegas, Philip Piotrowski of Oshkosh, Steven (Patti) Bailey of Houston, and Gary (Pamela) Bailey of Houston; three great-grandchildren, Mark, Jack and Emily Bailey, all of Houston; a sister, Regina Damask of Polonia; and a brother, Eugene Piotrowski of Stevens Point. He was preceded in death by his son, Alan; his daughter, Suzanne; seven brothers; four sisters; and his parents.

Ed was a kind and gentle man, who valued hard work and honesty. He always was willing to lend a hand and will be missed deeply by his friends and family.

An Average American

An average American died today. His death did not make the evening news. Only his friends and family noticed his death. His death was unremarkable as was his life. Yet, his passing lessens us all.
He was the son of Polish immigrants. Born tenth in a family of fourteen, he grew up on a farm in the town of Stockton. He attended a school that was taught in Polish and only had an eighth grade education. Yet he was a smart man, and he was a kind and gentle man. He never aspired to greatness; he just worked hard to make life better for his family, his community, his church, and his country.

His was a simple life. He worked hard from the time he was a child helping his family on the farm. He came of age during WWII, and in spite of the fact that he had a farm deferment; he volunteered to serve his country. He was initially trained as an infantryman, but was then transferred to the Army Air Corps where he became a nose gunner on a B-24. He was scheduled to ship to the European theater of operations when one of his crew-members was killed in a training accident. The crew was reassigned, retrained and he was on his way to the Pacific when the war ended. He always regretted that he never got the opportunity to test his courage in combat, but was also grateful that he and his brothers made it home safely.

Shortly after the war, he met and married our mother and began raising their family of six. They suffered the loss of a daughter at the age of seven months and a son at the age of 44 years.

He drove semi-truck for sixteen years after the war, it was a good way to earn a living, but kept him away from his home and family. He eventually decided to trade that occupation in for an opportunity to run a service station in his hometown. He loved to build and fix things, and this business allowed him many opportunities to do that. Health concerns convinced him to seek another line of work. He worked as a carpenter for three years and then finished his career as a Certified Nursing Assistant II at the Grand Army Home, King. He retired from King after fifteen years.

His life long hobby was woodworking. His talent was amazing and his ability to turn raw lumber into beautiful furniture and useful items was inspiring. He loved to spend time in his workshop building furniture for family and friends. His skills were such that he could just look at a picture and create the same item. He never charged what his talent and labor could have demanded. He donated many of his creations to his church and community. In the spring and summer his attention would turn to gardening. He was well known for the wonderful fruits and vegetables he raised, as well as his beautiful flower gardens. He could always be counted on to join in a game of cards or go on a fishing trip.

He also enjoyed traveling as long as his feet were near the ground. In the early years, vacations were weeks spent at "the cabin" up north, fishing and exploring the woods. As time went by, road trips to enjoy the scenery throughout the United States became more common. He also found much pleasure in an area cottage in later years.

He was not a man that showed his emotions easily. Like most men of his generation, he was taught to be stoic and composed in all situations. Yet he showed his love for his family in so many ways every day. When his boys were young, go-carts were all the craze. He found an old Nash Rambler and using parts from the body and frame of the car, his own ingenuity, and his skills with woodworking and welding, he built a go-cart with a hood, a seat, and working lights. It was a rather funny looking little vehicle, but it gave the boys hours and hours of pleasure racing around the farm fields and yard.

When we moved off the farm and into town, there wasn't a place for us to play baseball. The only ballpark in town was set up for softball, and the river ran right behind left field, the cause of many lost baseballs. He, along with a number of other fathers, received a farmer's permission to turn an unused field on the edge of town into a baseball diamond. Using only their garden roto-tillers and hand tools, he led the fathers and boys in building, seeding and leveling a very useable ballpark. It was maintained and enjoyed for many years by the kids of Amherst.

He also worked to fulfill the childhood dreams of his daughters. He spent many hours building a dollhouse for his middle daughter, challenging himself by working on a smaller scale. The dollhouse brought her many hours of girlish fun, in a family of boys, and she has it still. His youngest daughter was the lucky recipient of a full-size playhouse, complete with colorful patchwork carpeting and child sized furniture.

He was a long time member of the volunteer fire department. He regularly helped with community improvement projects, using his skills and work ethic to help make his hometown a better place. He was a member of the American Legion for many many years. He was always proud to march in the Memorial Day parade, and was especially honored when he was selected to be the flag bearer for the parade. For the past two years, in spite of the cancer that was weakening him, he again was in the parade, but he made the concession to ride rather than march. He epitomized the dedication of a citizen that is necessary to make a village a true community.

Our father was never recognized as a celebrity. In fact, if you met him on the street, he would have appeared to be just an average American, but he was the type of American we need more of every day. He worked hard, cared about his family and community. He gave of himself to help others and make his small part of the world better. Most of all he set an example for his children. An example of what it takes to be a good person and to succeed in life by taking care of those things that really matter. We could never truly express to him how much he taught us by his example and his everyday kindness.

Edward J. Piotrowski, known to your family as Pops, you will be deeply missed, but we hope you know that you have done well by all of us.

With love and respect,
Your Loving Family.



Edward Joseph Piotrowski
Born: March 21, 1921
Died: January 11, 2003



You Are My Sunshine
My only sunshine.
You make me happy
When skies are grey.
You'll never know, dear,
How much I love you.
Please don't take my sunshine away 
Piotrowski, Edward Joseph (I02327)
 
152 ID: I151
Name: Andrew Trezbiatowski
Sex: M
Birth: 28 NOV 1872 in Konierzyny,Poland
Death: 14 AUG 1948 in Fancher,Portage Co,WI
Note:
son of John Zmuda VON TRZEBIATOWSKI and Victoria BIELAWSKA.
(parents and children from Mark Patoka posting on ancestry.com)


Marriage 1 Rosa Glodowski b: 21 AUG 1878 in Sharon,Portage Co,WI
Married: 23 JAN 1894 in Polonia,Portage Co.,WI
Children
Henry Trzebiatowski
Esther Trzebiatowski
Agatha Trzebiatwoski b: 2 FEB 1895
Martha Trezbiatowski b: 1 JUN 1896
Agnes Trebiatowski b: 18 JAN 1898
Living Trebiatowski
Clara Trzebiatowski b: 1 APR 1905
Nick Trezbiatowski b: 21 MAR 1908
Mary Trezbiatowski b: 15 MAY 1910
Living Trezbiatowski
The Steffanus Family
The Steffanus family history begins in Alsace-Lorraine, France. Joseph Paupun came to America in 1838 in a sailing ship which took a month to cross the Atlantic. He had been a soldier under Napoleon I.

William Steffanus was born in Etting, France, where his forefathers are traced to 1670. Alter serving seven years as a horseman in the French Army he came to New York in 1850. William and Melanie Paupun were married in Buffalo and moved with the Paupun family to Eden, N.Y., in the vineyard country, where Joseph died.

In 1855 they moved to Portage Co with two infants, Rosalie and Charles. Six hundred forty acres of land were acquired in Sharon township; 320 acres by homesteading, the rest for 25 cents an acre.

William was a man of great strength, enterprise and ability. To reach his land he had to cut a road thru heavy woods. First a shack was built, but shortly after, it burned down. He was not a wealthy man. With only $100 left, a log house was built. In 1876 the log house was replaced by a substantial building of stone which was quarried from his own farm. It was built by the Lauer Brothers of Stevens Point and William often called it his ?chateau.? Stone walls were erected to protect the
vineyard from wild animals and thieves.

He was a loyal churchman and helped establish St. Martin Catholic Church, Ellis, in 1866. He served Mass, copied music for the choir and put up quarry stone markers in the cemetery. Three more children were born in Wisconsin. The first language they learned was French.

Rosalie married Henri Lauer and the construction business was moved to St. Paul, Minn. She arranged for her 34-year-old brother, Charles, to meet and eventually marry a beautiful immigrant, Elizabeth Eiden from Trier, Germany. Despite country schooling only long enough to master the 3 R?s, Charles was fluent in four languages. Of the seven children born to the marriage, the two eldest sons died in early childhood in the 1890s, as did Charles? father and both brothers.

The marriage lasted 19 years when Charles died of typhoid fever, leaving 14-year-old Martin the ?man" of the family. Charles? obituary read: ?He was one of nature?s noblemen and his death an irreparable loss to family and neighbors.? A mile-long procession was formed at his funeral

Martin?s marriage to Ellen Simonis in 1920 united two of the earliest pioneer families in the county. During his ownership much of the land was cultivated, a purebred Guernsey herd was developed, the quarry was operated and Steffanus stone was used for buildings throughout the state. Stonehurst was chosen as the name of the farm.

Martin?s son, Wilfred and Agnes Steffanus were the fourth owner of Stonehurst until 1985. Martin?s daughter Avis, Mrs. Louis Wysocki, is the present owner of the 137-year-old family farmland. Her son, James Wysocki, and his wife Sharon own the century old landmark house on Co K. Their daughters, Katherine, Christine and Allison are 6th generation descendants of the original settlers. The family continues the tradition of hospitality to the many descendants of William and Melanie Steffanus who come to Stonehurst for a glimpse of their roots.

Submitted by
Sharon Wysocki
Custer




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The Stoltz Family

According to his intent to naturalize, August and Magdalena Stolz arrived in New York in August of 1869. They had lived in the Kartuzy district in the Kaszubian area just to the west of Gdansk, at that time, West Prussia.

Their grandson, Casimir Sikorski, inventor and writer of many articles on a variety of subjects wrote that they traveled by rail to Berlin, Wisconsin, and then walked the rest of the way, 40 to 50 miles, to their destination of Polonia in Portage Co.

Their arrival in Portage Countv had been preceded by that of many families, including neigh-bors, from that Kaszubian area in the north of present day Poland. Sikorski writes that the only English word they knew when they arrived was, ?Veesconssen.?

They purchased a farm in the town of Sharon, to the north of Polonia. It was cutover land covered with stumps, very hilly and filled with stones. Very affordable land for a recent immigrant who was more than willing to work hard. Probably a part of the terminal ridge of the Green Bay lobe of the Wisconsin Ice Sheet which covered most of Portage Co about 10,000 years ago. Today, the Ice Age Trail passes through this area.

About 1875, Magdalena was surprised by a visitor who was her brother, John. He was about 11 years old when she and August had left for America, and was now about 23. John lived with his sister?s family until his marriage to Anna Jach/Yach. Their farm was also located in the town of Sharon.

In 1895, August lost his life in an attempt to bury a particularly large rock, described as being sev-eral hundred pounds in an article about the accident. Another report noted that he and a hired man, Frank Zoromski, were digging a hole in which to bury the rock. They had reached a depth of four or five feet when the ground began to give way and the rock rolled down on them. Zoromski was slightly injured, but August had been crushed by the rock and died almost instantly. One report of his death noted his success as a farmer in that area.

He was survived by Magdalena and their eight children. The youngest, Augustina, who was 12 years old, had responded to the calls for help by Zoromski. The others were Marianna, Catharina, Joseph, Rosalia, Frances, Josephine and Anna. All but Rosalla and Frances were life-time county resident

Submitted by
Adeline Sopa
Green Bay



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The Trzebiatowski Family

Andrew Trzebiatowski was one of nine children of John (Von Zmuda) Trzebiatowski and Victoria Bielawski Trzebiatowski.

He was born Nov. 28, 1872, in the town of Konierzyny, about 40 miles southwest of Gdansk, Poland, county of Chojnice.

He was about 12 years of age when he came to America along with his mother and seven siblings. His dad John and sister Elizabeth (Sopa) came to America before them in order to escape the pressure of the German land policies under the Iron Chancellor - Bismarck.

He farmed with his parents on the land his Dad settled in the southeast corner of Amherst township, until his marriage to Rose Glodowski at Sacred Heart Church in Polonia on Jan. 23, 1894.

They then bought a farm of their own that joined his Dad?s land. This farm was later settled by their son Max, who passed it on to his son Myron (Arlene Ebel). It is located at 5274 Lime Lake Road.

After Max settled the homestead, Andrew and Rose bought a smaller farm located presently at 8899 Fountain Grove Road. When they were ready to retire, they sold the farm to their younger son Nick. Don Shulfer (Hazel) owns the property now.

They retired to a small parcel of land next to St. Mary of Mount Carmel parochial school in 1938. He was a well-known merchant on the Public Square from 1938 until the time of his sudden death, due to lockjaw.

Andrew and Rose had 14 children. Two died in infancy, Regina and Robert. The 12 surviving were Agatha (Anton Konkol), Martha (Alex Patoka), Agnes (Joseph Patoka), Dorothy (Peter Konkol), Max (Rose Wierzba), Clara (Frank Patoka), Henry (Suzie Wierzba), Nick (Eleanore Shulfer), Mary (Peter Printz), Susie (Alvin Jastromski, Gertrude (John Stuczynski), and Esther (Ed Kliczko).

Most of the children settled near their parents? farm married and had children of their own, except for Henry and Esther who settled in Chicago.

From this family there are 842 direct descendants (last count in 1989) when a huge family reunion was held at Lake Pacawa.

Andrew died Aug. 14, 1948, and Rose died on May 22, 1952, of cancer. They are both buried in the cemetery of St. Mary of Mount Carmel Church in Fancher.

John (Von Zmuda) Trzebiatowski (his full German name) was born about the year of 1839. The last name originated from a town called Trzebiatow (Treptow in German). It is located 25 miles east of the German-Polish border on the shore of the Baltic Sea.

His family moved to an area about 40 miles southwest of Gdansk. It is in the county of Chojnice in the village of Konierzny. Among other things, they owned a feed and flourmill run by waterpower.

John came to America to Winona, Minn., to join a daughter Elizabeth (John Sopa) who came before him. He did this to escape the pressure of the German land policies under their Iron Chancellor - Bismarck.

After their youngest son Jacob was born, John?s wife, the former Victoria Bielawski also came to America with the rest of their children. They had nine children who were all born in Poland. They are Frank (Martha Glodowski) Elizabeth (John Sopa), Bartholomew, (Olbrantz), Ignatius (Frances Knitter), Joseph (Frances Domazek), Mary (Peter Glodowski), Onufry (Johanna Buzza), Jacob (Rose Milanowski) and Andrew (Rose Glodowski).

About 1885, John bought a farm in the southeast corner of the Amherst Township. This might have been arranged through a promotion of the Green Bay and Western Railroad. The site of the land is now owned by Charles Trzebiatowski, son of Tony, grandson of Onufry. Later he expanded his property to include the land that is now owned by Richard Trzebiatowski, son of Jack, grandson of Jacob.

All their children, settled around their parents where they grew up, married and had children of their own. John died on Jan. 29, 1913, at the age of 74. His wife, Victoria, died May 17, 1910. They are both buried at the cemetery of St. Mary of Mount Carmel Church in Fancher.

Submitted by
Sharon Wysocki
Custer

 
Trzebiatowski, Andrew (I02697)
 
153 ID: I61
Name: Idabelle SIEPLER
Sex: F
Birth: 25 MAY 1915
Death: 10 JUN 1997 in LA
Change Date: 18 DEC 2001 at 21:51:30

Father: John Thomas SIEPLER b: 16 MAY 1882
Mother: Christine SORENSEN b: 17 APR 1891

Marriage 1 Anthony SCHINKOWITCH
Children
Living SCHINKOWITCH
Living SCHINKOWITCH
Living SCHINKOWITCH
Living SCHINKOWITCH

Marriage 2 Louis GLODOWSKI b: 19 JUL 1902 
Siepler, Idabelle (I02653)
 
154 ID: I66
Name: Leonard Trader
Sex: M
Death: in CA
Note: ! Died at 50.

Father: Frank W. Trader b: 1890 in WI
Mother: Verona Glodowski b: 1900 in Portage Co.,WI 
Trader, Frank W. (I02693)
 
155 ID: I75
Name: Rosa Glodowski
Sex: F
Birth: 21 AUG 1878 in Sharon,Portage Co,WI
Death: 22 MAY 1952 in Portage Co.,WI
Note: mark patoka
Note:
An obituary appeared in the Stevens Point Daily Journal for
Glodowski, Rose who was then Trzebiatowski, Andrew Mrs. on 23 May
1952, 29 May


Father: Anton Glodowski b: 13 OCT 1835 in Prussia
Mother: Julia Shulfer b: 6 JAN 1839 in Prussia/Poland

Marriage 1 Andrew Trezbiatowski b: 28 NOV 1872 in Konierzyny,Poland
Married: 23 JAN 1894 in Polonia,Portage Co.,WI 
Glodowski, Rosalia Rose (I02629)
 
156 In Loving Memory of

EDWARD ROGOWSKI
May4, 1915
February 13, 1998
God saw you getting tired
When a cure was not to be
So He closed His arms around you
And whispered 'Come to Me'
You didn't deserve what you
went through.
And so He gave you rest
Gods garden must be beautiful
He only takes the best
And when I saw you sleeping
So peaceful and free of pain
I could not wish you back
To suffer that again.
Pisarskl/Dzikoski Funeral Home. Inc.
Individual Record FamilySearch? U.S. Social Security Death Index
30 September 2000
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Edward ROGOWSKI
Birth Date: 4 May 1915
Death Date: 13 Feb 1998
Social Security Number: 389-12-9427
State or Territory Where Number Was Issued: Wisconsin

Death Residence Localities
ZIP Code: 54481
Localities: Arnott, Portage, Wisconsin
Dewey, Portage, Wisconsin
Ellis, Portage, Wisconsin
Hull, Portage, Wisconsin
Jordan, Portage, Wisconsin
Linwood, Portage, Wisconsin
Park Ridge, Portage, Wisconsin
Stevens Point, Portage, Wisconsin
Stockton, Portage, Wisconsin
Whiting, Portage, Wisconsin


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Rogowski, Edward (I02302)
 
157 Info from - http://www.kubiatowicz.com/koziczko.htm

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Info from Stevens Point Journal Obituary of 27 Jul 1981

Info from Stevens Point Journal Obituary of 23 Dec 1983
 
Jakusz, Victor Sr Valentine (I04107)
 
158 Info from - http://www.kubiatowicz.com/koziczko.htm

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Koziczkowski, Wendy Jo (I04110)
 
159 Info from Firkus Family Tree
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Karch, Irene M. (I04354)
 
160 Info from Firkus Family Tree
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Buza, Theresa Cecelia (I05303)
 
161 Info from Firkus Family Tree
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Weronke, Dorothy (I05673)
 
162 Info from Firkus Family Tree
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Firkus, Evelyn M. (I05085)
 
163 Info from Firkus Family Tree
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Firkus, Bernadette (Bernadine) R. Monica (I05089)
 
164 Info from Firkus Family Tree
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Prais, Dorothy Marie (I04127)
 
165 Info from Firkus Family Tree
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Jakusz, Edwin (I04132)
 
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Corcoran, James Patrick (I04138)
 
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Corcoran, Timothy F. (I04151)
 
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Sorenson, Fay Christina (I04160)
 
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Firkus, Shirley Marie (I04417)
 
170 Info from Firkus Family Tree
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Laska, Helen Mary (Richter) (I05347)
 
171 Info from Firkus Family Tree
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Info from Stevens Point Journal Obituary of 03 Mar 1998
 
Glodowski, Daniel L. (I05788)
 
172 Info from Firkus Family Tree
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Grave Marker per Portage County Cemetery Locator web site - UWSP University Archives
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Info from Stevens Point Daily Journal Obituary of 02 Jan 1964

Info from Stevens Point Journal Obituary of 09 Dec 1988

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Golla, Virginia Rita (I04901)
 
173 Info from Firkus Family Tree
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Laskowski, Gerald (Butch) Leonard (I04808)
 
174 Info from Firkus Family Tree
http://www.firkus.tierranet.com/firkustree/wgasurs.html

Info from book Golla Relatives History at Portage County Public Library
Compiled by Agnes Kawleski-Golla before 12 Nov 1994

U.S. Social Security Death Index - Info from FamilySearch web site
http://www.familysearch.org/

Info from Stevens Point Area Obituary Index web site - UWSP University Archives
http://library.uwsp.edu/obits/

Grave marker per Portage County Cemetery Locator web site - UWSP University Archives
http://library.uwsp.edu/cemetery/

Info from Portage County Gazette web site
http://www.pcgazette.com/obits/2002/nov02/domask11-13.htm
 
Firkus, Arsenia Esther (I05081)
 
175 Info from Firkus Family Tree
http://www.firkus.tierranet.com/firkustree/wgasurs.html

Info from book Golla Relatives History at Portage County Public Library
Compiled by Agnes Kawleski-Golla before 12 Nov 1994
 
Family F48421
 
176 Info from Firkus Family Tree
http://www.firkus.tierranet.com/firkustree/wgasurs.html

Info from Portage County Gazette web site
http://www.pcgazette.com/obits/2000/sept00/karch9-2.htm
 
Family F48238
 
177 Info from Firkus Family Tree
http://www.firkus.tierranet.com/firkustree/wgasurs.html

Info from Portage County Gazette web site
http://www.pcgazette.com/obits/2000/sept00/karch9-2.htm
 
Family F48549
 
178 Info from Firkus Family Tree
http://www.firkus.tierranet.com/firkustree/wgasurs.html

Info from Portage County Gazette web site
http://www.pcgazette.com/obits/2001/aug01/gawlik8-23.htm
 
Family F48424
 
179 Info from Firkus Family Tree
http://www.firkus.tierranet.com/firkustree/wgasurs.html

Info from Portage County Gazette web site
http://www.pcgazette.com/obits/2001/dec01/karch12-22.htm
 
Family F48237
 
180 Info from Firkus Family Tree
http://www.firkus.tierranet.com/firkustree/wgasurs.html

Info from Portage County Gazette web site
http://www.pcgazette.com/obits/2001/dec01/karch12-22.htm
 
Family F48548
 
181 Info from Firkus Family Tree
http://www.firkus.tierranet.com/firkustree/wgasurs.html

Info from Portage County Gazette web site
http://www.pcgazette.com/obits/2001/jan01/laskowski1-31.htm

Grave Marker per Portage County Cemetery Locator web site - UWSP University Archives
http://library.uwsp.edu/cemetery/
 
Herman, Myron M. (I04947)
 
182 Info from Firkus Family Tree
http://www.firkus.tierranet.com/firkustree/wgasurs.html

Info from Portage County Gazette web site
http://www.pcgazette.com/obits/2001/jan01/laskowski1-31.htm

Info from Portage County Gazette web site
http://www.pcgazette.com/obits/2001/aug01/gawlik8-23.htm

Grave Marker per Portage County Cemetery Locator web site - UWSP University Archives
http://library.uwsp.edu/cemetery/
 
Laskowski, Irene M. (I04810)
 
183 Info from Firkus Family Tree
http://www.firkus.tierranet.com/firkustree/wgasurs.html

Info from Portage County Gazette web site
http://www.pcgazette.com/obits/2001/jan01/laskowski1-31.htm

Info from Stevens Point Area Obituary Index web site - UWSP University Archives
http://library.uwsp.edu/obits/

Grave marker per Portage County Cemetery Locator web site - UWSP University Archives
http://library.uwsp.edu/cemetery/
 
Laskowski, Ernestine V. (I04811)
 
184 Info from Firkus Family Tree
http://www.firkus.tierranet.com/firkustree/wgasurs.html

Info from Portage County Gazette web site
http://www.pcgazette.com/obits/2001/jan01/laskowski1-31.htm

Info from Stevens Point Area Obituary Index web site - UWSP University Archives
http://library.uwsp.edu/obits/

Grave marker per Portage County Cemetery Locator web site - UWSP University Archives
http://library.uwsp.edu/cemetery/
 
Laskowski, Eugene Donald (I04848)
 
185 Info from Firkus Family Tree
http://www.firkus.tierranet.com/firkustree/wgasurs.html

Info from Portage County Gazette web site
http://www.pcgazette.com/obits/2001/jan01/laskowski1-31.htm
 
Laskowski, Adolph F. (I04807)
 
186 Info from Firkus Family Tree
http://www.firkus.tierranet.com/firkustree/wgasurs.html

Info from Portage County Gazette web site
http://www.pcgazette.com/obits/2001/july01/locascio7-10.htm

Info from Portage County Gazette web site
http://www.pcgazette.com/obits/2006/jan06/locascio1-29.htm
 
Family F48192
 
187 Info from Firkus Family Tree
http://www.firkus.tierranet.com/firkustree/wgasurs.html

Info from Portage County Gazette web site
http://www.pcgazette.com/obits/2001/june01/kitowski6-17.htm

Info from Portage County Gazette web site
http://www.pcgazette.com/obits/2001/nov01/kitowski11-24.htm
 
Kitowski, Clarence (I04552)
 
188 Info from Firkus Family Tree
http://www.firkus.tierranet.com/firkustree/wgasurs.html

Info from Portage County Gazette web site
http://www.pcgazette.com/obits/2001/nov01/kitowski11-24.htm
 
Kitowski, Adeline K. (I04545)
 
189 Info from Firkus Family Tree
http://www.firkus.tierranet.com/firkustree/wgasurs.html

Info from Portage County Gazette web site
http://www.pcgazette.com/obits/2002/nov02/domask11-13.htm
 
Domask, Jerome (Jerry) Donald (I04207)
 
190 Info from Firkus Family Tree
http://www.firkus.tierranet.com/firkustree/wgasurs.html

Info from Portage County Gazette web site
http://www.pcgazette.com/obits/2002/nov02/firkus11-8.htm

Info from Portage County Gazette web site
http://www.pcgazette.com/obits/2005/sept05/soik9-9.htm
 
Firkus, Ervin F. (I04968)
 
191 Info from Firkus Family Tree
http://www.firkus.tierranet.com/firkustree/wgasurs.html

Info from Portage County Gazette web site
http://www.pcgazette.com/obits/2002/nov02/firkus11-8.htm

Info from Portage County Gazette web site
http://www.pcgazette.com/obits/2005/sept05/soik9-9.htm
 
Firkus, Lorraine B. (I04976)
 
192 Info from Firkus Family Tree
http://www.firkus.tierranet.com/firkustree/wgasurs.html

Info from Portage County Gazette web site
http://www.pcgazette.com/obits/2004/may04/west5-27.htm
 
Family F48488
 
193 Info from Firkus Family Tree
http://www.firkus.tierranet.com/firkustree/wgasurs.html

Info from Portage County Gazette web site
http://www.pcgazette.com/obits/2005/june05/elsen6-30.htm

Info from Portage County Gazette web site
http://www.pcgazette.com/obits/2006/mar06/eggleston3-12.htm
 
Eggleston, Wayne A. (I04038)
 
194 Info from Firkus Family Tree
http://www.firkus.tierranet.com/firkustree/wgasurs.html

Info from Portage County Gazette web site
http://www.pcgazette.com/obits/feb00/repinski2-16.htm

Info from Portage County Gazette web site
http://www.pcgazette.com/obits/2000/apr00/nelson4-12.htm

Info from Portage County Gazette web site
http://www.pcgazette.com/obits/2005/june05/repinski6-8.htm
 
Repinski, Richard J. (I04860)
 
195 Info from Firkus Family Tree
http://www.firkus.tierranet.com/firkustree/wgasurs.html

Info from Stevens Point Area Obituary Index web site - UWSP University Archives
http://library.uwsp.edu/obits/

Grave marker per Portage County Cemetery Locator web site - UWSP University Archives
http://library.uwsp.edu/cemetery/

Info from Portage County Gazette web site
http://www.pcgazette.com/obits/2001/aug01/gawlik8-23.htm
 
Hopp, Oscar Sr Harold Louis (I04817)
 
196 Info from Firkus Family Tree
http://www.firkus.tierranet.com/firkustree/wgasurs.html

Info from Stevens Point Area Obituary Index web site - UWSP University Archives
http://library.uwsp.edu/obits/

Grave marker per Portage County Cemetery Locator web site - UWSP University Archives
http://library.uwsp.edu/cemetery/

Info from Portage County Gazette web site
http://www.pcgazette.com/obits/2001/jan01/laskowski1-31.htm

Info from Portage County Gazette web site
http://www.pcgazette.com/obits/2001/aug01/gawlik8-23.htm
 
Laskowski, Edward W. (I05694)
 
197 Info from Firkus Family Tree
http://www.firkus.tierranet.com/firkustree/wgasurs.html

Info from Stevens Point Area Obituary Index web site - UWSP University Archives
http://library.uwsp.edu/obits/

Grave marker per Portage County Cemetery Locator web site - UWSP University Archives
http://library.uwsp.edu/cemetery/

Info from Portage County Gazette web site
http://www.pcgazette.com/obits/2001/nov01/smith11-10.htm
 
Jakusz, Patrick (I04129)
 
198 Info from Firkus Family Tree
http://www.firkus.tierranet.com/firkustree/wgasurs.html

Info from Stevens Point Area Obituary Index web site - UWSP University Archives
http://library.uwsp.edu/obits/

Grave marker per Portage County Cemetery Locator web site - UWSP University Archives
http://library.uwsp.edu/cemetery/

Info from Portage County Gazette web site
http://www.pcgazette.com/obits/2002/nov02/firkus11-8.htm

Info from Portage County Gazette web site
http://www.pcgazette.com/obits/2005/sept05/soik9-9.htm
 
Firkus, Raymond John (I04966)
 
199 Info from Firkus Family Tree
http://www.firkus.tierranet.com/firkustree/wgasurs.html

Info from Stevens Point Area Obituary Index web site - UWSP University Archives
http://library.uwsp.edu/obits/

Grave marker per Portage County Cemetery Locator web site - UWSP University Archives
http://library.uwsp.edu/cemetery/

Info from Portage County Gazette web site
http://www.pcgazette.com/obits/2006/mar06/eggleston3-12.htm
 
Eggleston, Bette Jane (I04037)
 
200 Info from Firkus Family Tree
http://www.firkus.tierranet.com/firkustree/wgasurs.html

Info from Stevens Point Area Obituary Index web site - UWSP University Archives
http://library.uwsp.edu/obits/

Grave marker per Portage County Cemetery Locator web site - UWSP University Archives
http://library.uwsp.edu/cemetery/

Info from Stevens Point Daily Journal Obituary of 03 Oct, 06 Oct 1964

Info from Stevens Point Daily Journal Obituary of 20 Jun(fp), 21 Jun, 27 Jun 1966

Info from Stevens Point Daily Journal Obituary of 20 Mar, 22 Mar 1967

Info from Stevens Point Daily Journal Obituary of 02 Sep 1978

Info from Stevens Point Daily Journal Obituary of 21 May 1979

Info from Stevens Point Daily Journal Obituary of 20 Jun 1979

Info from Stevens Point Journal Obituary of 16 Aug, 17 Aug 1982

Info from Stevens Point Journal Obituary of 18 Mar 1985

Info from Stevens Point Journal Obituary of 29 May 1991

Info from Stevens Point Journal Obituary of 16 Jan 1998

Info from Stevens Point Journal Obituary of 03 Mar 1998
 
Firkus, Stanley Boleslaw (I05084)
 

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