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Frank Wozniak 1879, born Dlugowola, Church: Goszczyn, Warsaw - Poland


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19 Apr 2009  #1
Hallo,
I search Family Wozniak in America long time.
My great-grandfather Antoni(Anthony)Wozniak brother Frank(Franciszek)Wozniak leave for America.
Frank Wozniak,1879 born in Poland,Place:Dlugowola,Church:Goszczyn,Big Town Warsaw(50 km),Poland
Parents:Jacob(Jakub),Frances(Franciszka),Maiden:Komorek

I think in Census 1930 is my Frank Wozniak.Please help me.
1930 United States Federal Census about Frank Wozniak Name: Frank Wozniak
Home in 1930: Chicago, Cook, Illinois
Age: 51
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1879
Birthplace: Poland
Relation to Head of House: Head
Spouse's Name: Antonina
Household Members: Name Age
Frank Wozniak 51
Antonina Wozniak 53
Frances Wozniak 17
Frank Wozniak 15
Stanley Wozniak 12
AFrederick    
20 Apr 2010  #2
There may be another Frank Wozniak. My great-great Grandfather, Frank (Franciszek) Wozniak, was born in 1878, moved to the United States in 1908, and lived in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He passed on in 1935. I have a prayer card, and photographs of his daughter. I found this in the 1920 census document. I have some other information, too.

Wife: Josephine Wozniak
Children: John Wozniak
Genevieve Wozniak
Stanly Wozniak
Sophia Wozniak
Thomas Wozniak
Helen Wozniak

feel free to contact me! Alyssa Frederick
Email: paintmeincolor@gmail
carkeys    
1 Oct 2011  #3
Dear Alyssa,
Your great-great Grandfather is my spouse's Mother's Father. I would be interested in any genealogical information you might wish to share. If I can be of any assistance, let me know. I sent a message to paintmeincolor@gmail but have not yet received a reply. Thank you.

Sincerely,
Liz

Please contact me at carla_keys@fastmail.fm I do not want to put a better email address out on a public message board.
Polonius3 1,001 | 12,489    
1 Oct 2011  #4
WO-NIAK: Patronymic tag from woźny (once a court crier) or woźnica (carter).

KOMOREK: Diminutive of Old Polish word for mosquito -- komor (io\n mdoern Polish: komar).
WomanofSpirit - | 1    
3 Dec 2011  #5
Please contact me at carla_keys@fastmail.fm but ONLY (I do not want any "email friend-pals") ONLY if anyone has exact date of death and/or name of cemetery where buried--information about the Franciszek (Frank) Wozniak who lived in the South Side section of Pittsburgh, PA; b. about 1877, d. about 1935 Apparently my one contact has reneged on their offer of sending information. I have some information about wife Josephine I can share. Also, does anyone know why their surname was "Woshner" in the 1930 U.S. Federal Census? Thanks in advance.
snoweagle    
9 Feb 2012  #6
Merged: Woznicki. Moved to USA in 1907

i am after the geneology of a family that came to the US 1907 the family was Woznicki mother Katarina to children Mariana & Julian has any research been done on this family my email is nelson_carey2000@yahoo
Polonius3 1,001 | 12,489    
9 Feb 2012  #7
WOŹNICKI: patronymic nick meaning the carter's son (syn woźnicy) or toponymic tag for someone from Woźniki.
yellowman99 - | 1    
16 Nov 2017  #8
Please contact me at alyellowman@aol.com but ONLY (I do not want any "email friend-pals") ONLY if anyone has exact date of death and/or name of cemetery where buried--information about the Franciszek (Frank) Wozniak who lived in the South Side section of Pittsburgh, PA; b. about 1877, d. about 1935 Apparently my one contact had reneged on their offer of sending information. I have some information about wife Josephine I can share. Also, does anyone know why their surname was "Woshner" (a mistake by census taker, as they had a neighbor by that name, OR was it something else??) in the 1930 U.S. Federal Census? Thanks in advance.
combac73    
12 Jan 2019  #9
Going to Slupca Poland in March 2019 wanting to find my Grandfather Frank (Franciszek) Wozniak born 1879 in Slupca Poland came to the USA in 1912 first went to Pittsburgh Pa then ended up in Grand Rapids, Mi, my grandmother had three sons while in Poland Edward, Joesph, and Charles, Edward remained in Slupca Poland he was sick and could not get on the boat he remaind in Poland for good living in Roza slupca poland why I do not know or care that was a long time ago, but I would love to find some of the Wozniak family my Grandfather had several brothers and sisters My grandfather married Julia Nowicka while in poland I have found her family but do not remember my

grandfathers family how would I find the Wozniak family where would I start. Thank you for any information that could help

fGF
just mary    
10 Mar 2019  #10
carla_keys@fastmail.fm

- My Grandmother was Cecila Wozniak. Here is some info. Please respond back if this was helpful to you. Write to brunziger@att.net. - (1) Frank Paradowski was born December 7, 1884 in Milwaukee County, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and married Cecelia Helen Wozsisake (Wozniak) on May 8, 1906. Cecelia was born November 7, 1887, and died on May 6, 1972.

(2) Cecelia's mother, Franciszka Bialecki was born September 28, 1846, and died November 18, 1919. Cecilia's father, Jakub Wozniak was born 1845 and died May 7, 1923. The family is buried at St. Adalbert's Cemetery in Milwaukee County, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.


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