Deceased
WERESZYNSKI, Ladislaus
(1889-1967)

 

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Spouses/Children:
MATUSLENSKI, Czeslawa (Jessie)

WERESZYNSKI, Ladislaus 3389

  • Born: 12 Oct 1889, Deblin, Poland 3390
  • Marriage: MATUSLENSKI, Czeslawa (Jessie) circa 1914 3388
  • Died: Oct 1967, New Hartford, Oneida County, New York, United States 3389
  • Buried: Holy Trinity Catholic Church, Utica, Oneida County, New York 3391
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bullet  Noted events in his life were:

1. Alt. Birth, 13 Oct 1888. 3389

2. Alt. Birth, Cir 1889, Poland. 134,3388

3. Immigration, 1913. 3388

4. Residence: 621 Johnson Street, Jun 1917, Utica, Oneida County, New York, United States. 3390 This address is given on WW1 Draft Registration. However, I cannot find a Johnson Street in Utica today. There is a Johnson Park, but no other similar-named road. Johnson Park addresses only have 2 digits in the 1920 Census.



5. Appearance in Document: WW1 Draft Registration Card, 5 Jun 1917, Utica, Oneida County, New York, United States. 3390 Walislaus Weryzynski, age 27, address 621 Johnson St., Utica, NY, born Oct 12 1889, alien, born Dedin, Poland, Russia, citizen of Russia, occupation Labor 30, employed by Utica Gas & Electric Co. in Utica, has wife and child dependent on him for support, married, no previous military service, medium height, stout build, gray eyes, black hair.

6. Residence: 608 Henry Street, 1930 to 1940, Utica, Oneida County, New York, United States. 3388,3392,3393



7. Census, 4 Apr 1930, Utica, Oneida County, New York, United States. 3388
1) Wereszynski, Wladislaw, head of household, owns his home at 608 Henry St., valued $7000, age 40, first married at 25, born Poland, parents born Poland, spoke Polish growing up, immigrated 1913, alien, speaks English, fireman at paper mill, not a veteran
2) Wereszynski, Czeslawa, wife, age 35, married, first married at 20, born Warszaw-Poland, parents born Warszaw-Poland, spoke Polish growing up, immigrated 1913, alien, speaks English, no occupation
3) Wereszynski, Vincent, son, age 13, attends school, born NY
4) Wereszynski, Stanislaw, son, age 11, attends school, born NY
5) Wereszynski, Sigmund P., son, age 10, attends school, born NY
6) Wereszynski, Jennie N., daughter, age 7, attends school, born NY
7) Wereszynski, Francis, son, age 4, born NY.

At same address is another family, who rents their home, no apparent relationship.



8. Census, 5 Apr 1940, Utica, Oneida County, New York, United States. 134
1. Warosihski, Walter, head of household, owns his home at 608 Henry Street, valued at $3500, age 50, married, completed 6th grade, born Poland, citizenship having first papers, lived in same house on 1 Apr 1935, worked 40 hours during week of March 24-30, occupation fireman at paper mill, wage or salary worker, worked 40 weeks during 1939, earned $760 during 1939, no other income
2. Warosihski, Jessie, wife, age 44, married, completed 6th grade, born Poland, alien, engaged in home housework, no other income
3. Warosihski, Stanley, son, age 22, single, completed 2 years of high school, born NY, worked 32 hours during week of March 24-30, occupation moulder at foundry, wage or salary worker, worked 26 weeks during 1939, earned $520 during 1939, no other income
4. Warosihski, Zygmunt, son, age 19, single, completed 2 years of high school, born NY, worked 72 hours during week of March 24-30, occupation clerk at grocery, wage or salary worker, worked 26 weeks during 1939, earned $390 during 1939, no other income
5. Warosihski, Jane, daughter, age 17, not attending school, completed 8th grade, born NY, worked 48 hours during week of March 24-30, occupation private domestic, wage or salary worker, worked zero weeks during 1939, no other income
6. Warosihski, Francis, son, age 15, attends school, completed 1 year of high school, born NY, student
7. Warosihski, Henry, son, age 9, attends school, completed 3rd grade, born NY
8. Warosihski, Irene, daughter, age 5, attends school, completed zero grades, born NY.

9. Religion: Catholic, maybe Jewish when in Poland.

10. Story. 3394 Name (Ladislaus or Wladiflaw), birthplace (came from Polish village Weis Bled Zewo), buried at Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Utica, and nickname (he adopted the name Walter as his "American" name).


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Ladislaus married Czeslawa (Jessie) MATUSLENSKI circa 1914.3388 (Czeslawa (Jessie) MATUSLENSKI was born circa 1895 in Wies Bledzewo, Polmia? Nr Warsaw, Poland 134 and was buried in Holy Trinity Catholic Church, Utica, Oneida County, New York 3391.)




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