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Agnes Urbaniak

Agnes Urbaniak

Posted: 3 Jan 2001 7:09AM GMT
Edited: 18 Mar 2004 1:52AM GMT
Hi, I am looking for information on Agnes, born in Poland around 1875. She married Martin Cichon and moved to Chicago.

Thanks and good luck, Karen

Agnes Urbaniak

Posted: 2 Apr 2001 5:27PM GMT
Edited: 12 Jul 2001 1:55AM GMT
I have a gg-grandmother who came over from
Prussia in the year 1880. She came into the
Baltimore port. She settled in Ohio with her
son Anton and his wife. She is buried in
Hamilton, Ohio. Any chance she is related
or the same paerson?

Re: Agnes Urbaniak

Posted: 22 Jul 2008 5:42AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Urbaniak Schilaski Tutas
Regarding the Agnes Urbaniak who settled in Hamilton, Ohio, I found that six family members arrived on April 25, 1880 at Baltimore on the steamship Strassburg. The six passengers were Agnes "Urboniak," Anton (son of Agnes), Rose (Anton's wife), John (presumedly young son of Anton & Rose), Mary "Seidlowski" (daughter of Agnes) and Michael "Seidlowski" (husband of Mary). In Ohio records, "Urboniak" is ususally spelled Urbaniak, and "Seidlowski" is Schilaski. Anton died Aug. 17, 1892 and Agnes died Feb. 2, 1897 in Hamilton, Ohio; both buried in St. Stephen's Cemetery. Michael and Mary Schilaski were my great-grandparents. Michael and Mary had three daughters - one daughter, Mary J. Schilaski, married my grandfather Frank X. Tutas. I haven't completely sorted out the children of Anton and Rose - Anna Marie, Magdalene ("Maggie"), Joseph, also probably Katie, probably Martin, maybe others.

Re: Agnes Urbaniak

Posted: 26 Jul 2008 11:42AM GMT
Classification: Query
Thanks for answering my much earlier post. I did not connect the Mary Seidlowski as the daughter of Agnes and sister of Anton. I did find a Marianne Urbaniak (16) on another page and thought perhaps she was a sister, do you know who this person is? I have been researching my greatparents family for some time and they are very illusive. The oldest son John did die on the voyage over. My grandmother died in 1944 and according to the funeral book, your grandparents attended and if your aunt's last name was Usalis she was also there. I have some information on this family if you are interested and would love to share information. I did not know that I had any directly connected family in the USA. We had heard about the Tutas' but thought that they were friends of the family and not cousins.
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