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Junk Earl A. [Male] b. --Not Shown-- Manitowoc, WI

Source
Title: Manitowoc County Marriages, vol 39 pg 383

Occupation: 1948

Source
Title: Manitowoc County Marriages

Attended 2011 International Blahnik Reunion at Blahnik Heritage Park, Algoma, WI on 8/20/2011

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Junk Rose Ann [Female] b. --Not Shown-- Manitowoc, WI

Attended 2011 International Blahnik Reunion at Blahnik Heritage Park, Algoma, WI on 8/20/2011

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Junk Carolee Jean [Female] b. --Not Shown-- Manitowoc, WI

Attended 2011 International Blahnik Reunion at Blahnik Heritage Park, Algoma, WI on 8/20/2011

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Blahnik LaVerna Marie [Female] b. --Not Shown-- Casco, Kewaunee County, WI

Source
Title: Kewaunee County Records -Births

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Blahnik Ruth Shirley [Female] b. 6 NOV 1929 Manitowoc, WI - d. 18 DEC 2003

Source
Title: Manitowoc County Births

Herald Times Reporter 12/20/03.

Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter Dec. 20, 2003 Ruth S. DeCarlo
Ruth S. DeCarlo nee Blahnik, age 74 of Melrose Park, Ill., passed away Thursday, Dec. 18, 2003 at home. She was the beloved wife of Michael; loving mother of Michael (Mary Jane) and Mary Frances (Lou) Castiello; devoted grandmother of Michael III, Anthony and Joseph and Sarah, Rebekah and Rachel Castiello; dear sister of Jeanette (Earl) Junk, Beverly (Al) Orchekowski, LaVerne (the late Robert) Provot and Yvonne (Darly) Zimmer; fond aunt of many nieces and nephews. Funeral procession will start on Monday at 9:30 a.m. from the Ed Prignano Funeral Home, 1815 W. North Ave (at Broadway/19th Avenue), Melrose Park, Ill. to Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church. Mass will be held at 10 a.m. Inurnment is private.

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Blahnik Beverly Jean [Female] b. --Not Shown-- Manitowoc, WI

Source
Title: Manitowoc County Births

Residence: 2011

Source
Title: 2011 International Blahnik Reunion

Attended 2011 International Blahnik Reunion at Blahnik Heritage Park, Algoma, WI on 8/20/2011

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Orchekowski Albert J. [Male] b. --Not Shown-- Manitowoc, WI
Residence: 2011

Source
Title: 2011 International Blahnik Reunion

Attended 2011 International Blahnik Reunion at Blahnik Heritage Park, Algoma, WI on 8/20/2011

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Orchekowski Gary Lee [Male] b. --Not Shown-- Manitowoc, WI
Residence: 2011

Source
Title: White pages

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Blahnik Yvonne Helen [Female] b. --Not Shown-- Manitowoc, WI

Source
Title: Manitowoc County Births

Residence: 2011

Source
Title: 2011 International Blahnik Reunion

Attended 2011 International Blahnik Reunion at Blahnik Heritage Park, Algoma, WI on 8/20/2011 with Kim and Riley

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Sneberk Helen Katherine [Female] b. 17 JUL 1911 Royal, WI - d. 25 APR 1999 Algoma, Kewaunee Co, WI

Source
Title: http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~wikewaun/newcembe-bo.htm

Source
Title: Kewaunee County records death

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Title: http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~wikewaun/newcembe-bo.htm

Occupation

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Title: Kewaunee County records death

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Title: http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~wikewaun/newcembe-bo.htm

http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~wikewaun/newcembe-bo.htm
7 BLAHNIK Helen K. 17 Jul 1911 25 Apr 1999 ossw/Edward R./nee Snrberk/OBIT Grn Bay Gaz
St Mary's Cath Church Cem Algoma

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Blahnik Virginia Ann [Female] b. 25 JAN 1933 Manitowoc, WI - d. 25 JAN 1933 Manitowoc, WI

Source
Title: Kewaunee County Records -Births

vol 9 page 650 Kewaunee Co, deaths

Source
Title: http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~wikewaun/newcembe-bo.htm

http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~wikewaun/newcembe-bo.htm
15 BLAHNIK Virginia xx xxx xxxx 25 Jan 1933 ChRcd/NO STONE
15- ST. ADALBERT CATHOLIC CEMETERY-CASCO TOWNSHIP
Located NW 1/4 Section 27
In village of Slovan, corner of County Hwys T & E. Across from Church

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Blahnik Richard John [Male] b. --Not Shown-- Manitowoc, WI

Source
Title: Manitowoc County Births

Occupation
Residence

http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/wi/kewaunee/newspapers/grom6170.txt
Algoma Record Herald - Marriage index by date in paper - 1961-1970
Information provided by the Kewaunee County Historical Society. A copy can be obtained by sending $1.00 and a SASE. Send to: Algoma Public Library 406 Fremont Street Algoma, WI 54201Blahnik Richard Fischer D Karen 8/17/1967 4

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Blahnik Paul John [Male] b. 9 AUG 1944 Manitowoc County, WI - d. 13 JUL 2013 Algoma, Kewaunee Co, WI

Source
Title: Bob Blahnik (BobB)

Source
Title: Manitowoc County Births

Source
Title: obituary

submitted by Bob Blahnik (TelBobee)
Published in Green Bay Press-Gazette from July 19 to July 20, 2013 Blahnik, Paul J.
Paul J. Blahnik, 68, of Algoma, passed away July 13, 2013 surrounded by the love of his family and
friends. Paul was born Aug 9, 1944 in Manitowoc, WI. to the late Edward R. Blahnik and Helen(Sneberk) Blahnik. He graduated from Algoma High School and then attended UW-Whitewater. Paul enlisted in the US Air Force and after his honorable discharge completed his education at UW-Green Bay with a BA in Business. He was also active in the UWGB Vet's Club.Paul was an Eagle Scout. He continued his scouting tradition as a professional Scout Executive inDavenport, lA. Paul continued his business career in manufacturing and business management in lowa and Wisconsin prior to his retirement.Paul is survived by his two children, Aubrey Blahnik, Milwaukee and Sam (lvonne) Blahnik, Madison and five grandchildren: Alex, Sammy, Sofi, Jake, and Eddie. He is further survived by a brother, Rich (Karen) Blahnik of Green Bay, nephews, other relatives, and many special friends.Visitation will be held on Monday, July 22nd at the Schinderle Funeral Home in Algoma, WI from 4 p.m. until the time of the memorial service at 5:30pm with Bishop Robert Morneau and Pastoral Associate Sheila De Luca doing the service. Paul will be laid to rest in St. Mary's Cemetery, Algoma, W.ln lieu of flowers, memorials can be directed to Unity Hospice, De Pere, WI., St. Mary's Catholic Grade School, Algoma, WI., The Wisconsin Humane Society, Milwaukee, WI., or the Green Bay Wildlife Sanctuary, Green Bay, WI.Paul's family gives special thanks to Bishop Robert Momeau, Pastor and Sheila De Luca, PastoralAssociate at Resurrection Catholic Parish Green Bay, Wl. The nurses and staff at Unity HospitalResidence of De Pere, Doctors, nurses and staff of Bellin Cancer Care, Algoma Bellin Clinic, and all who touched his life, especially Dr. Amy James and appreciation to Laurie Schinderle.

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Votruba Magdalena [Female] b. 18 JAN 1832 Smrzovice 17, Bohemia - d. 27 FEB 1914 Lhota, Bohemia

Source
Title: Ladislav Blahnik

Source
Title: Ladislav Blahnik

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Votruba Marketa [Female] b. 1787 Smrzovice, Bohemia

Source
Title: Ladislav Blahnik

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Halama James (Vaclav) [Male] b. 31 MAY 1894 Bohemia - d. JUN 1983 Phoenix, Maricopa Co., AZ

Source
Title: Marriage Certificate

Source
Title: Birth Certificate

Source
Title: Social security record

Source
Title: Dorothy Janca

Residence: 1920
Residence

Source
Title: Dorothy Janca

Occupation: 1920

Source
Title: 1920 census

Immigration: 1913

United States Census, 1920 for James Halama
Name: James Halama
Residence: Chicago Ward 12, Cook, Illinois
Estimated Birth Year: 1894
Age: 26
Birthplace: Bohemia
Relationship to Head of Household: Self
Gender: Male
Race: White
Marital Status: Married
Father's Birthplace:
Mother's Birthplace:
Film Number: 1820321
Digital Folder Number: 4300192
Image Number: 00685
Sheet Number: 2
Household Gender Age
James Halama M 26y
Spouse Marrie Halama F 24y
Child Lucille Halama F 2y11m===========
United States Census, 1930 for James Halama
Name: James Halama
Event: CENSUS
Event Date: 1930
Event Place: Lyons, Cook, Illinois
Gender: Male
Age: 32
Marital Status: Married
Race: White
Birthplace: Czechoslovakia
Estimated Birth Year: 1898
Immigration Year: 1913
Relationship to Head of Household: Head
Father's Birthplace: Czechoslovakia
Mother's Birthplace: Czechoslovakia
Enumeration District Number: 2170
Family Number: 62
Sheet Number and Letter: 6A
Line Number: 7
NARA Publication: T626, roll 502
Film Number: 2340237
Digital Folder Number: 4584583
Image Number: 00590
Household Gender Age
James Halama M 32
Spouse Marie Halama F 30
Child Luceille Halama F 13
Child Margaret Halama F 10
Child Florence Halama F 2
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From Dorothy Janca 3/23/11
Hi Lori,
Yes, I do have these documents. Vaclav (James) first went to Bessemer in UP Michigan and worked on setting railroad ties, I believe. He said until the "Deigo's ( sorry for the politically incorrect for Italians) would work for 5 cents less" . He was there with his Halama relatives. Uncle Jacob Halama, as I recall who is listed on the Ellis Island info, and cousins Frank and ?forgot? These Halama men later died in a boating accident around Halloween 1930 on Lake Gogebic. It was a big deal because 3 generations of Halama men died inc. an 11 year old boy. I think 7 died, some friends of the family all together. Boat was overloaded and they wore wool clothing that pulled them down.At some point 1914-16 Vaclav went to Chicago where his sister Agnes Halama Kleisner and her husband lived. He stayed with them and worked carpentry until he met my grandmother Marie Vichr. She was born in Chicago, but only 2-3 months after her parents came to US, but she never let anyone forget she was American born. He says SHE asked him to marry her. He was doing some work on a boarding house her mother, a widow, and sisters ran. There were 2 properties on Trumbull Ave. by th 1930's.
Both of my grandparents died in Phoenix--Maricopa Co., she in December1969 and he in June 1983, as did my mother Lucille Halama Janca in July 1972. My dad Stanley John Janca died in Arkansas in March 2009 as I recall. We all came to AZ by car--used to come for the summers 1956-59 because I was allergic to just about everything blooming in the Illinois summer. Finally in 1959 we moved here, my grandfather retired and came here and my aunt Margie Halama Stepanek and family too. Aunt Margie died in 1965 of a brain tumor. Only my aunt Florence Halama Hlavacek Wielgus and family stayed in Illinois. One cousin, Jerry Stepanek whom I never see is still here along with me. My brother Tim is in California, the Halvacek cousins in Illinois and their 3 kids each, kind of scattered around right now--Washington DC, New York, and Illinois.I was born at the Berwyn McNeil Memorial Hospital which was across from the Moose lodge, near the train tracks from downtown Chicago.We lived in Berwyn, 1447 S. Scoville Ave and before that with my grandfather who owned the building at 1926 S. Oak Park Ave in Berwyn. My Dad had a jewelry and watch repair business on Cermak Rd--6804 1/2 W. Cermak ()I think) --not far from the Olympic theater. Later it was located on Cermak Rd, about 3 doors down from the intersectrion with Oak Park Ave. on the North and west side. There was a nice old bank across the street, that I think Berwyn was trying to keep as an historical building and it was down the street, and across from the old location of Weber Travel Agency. My aunt Florence lived in La Grange Park, and then in Chicago on Naper Rd near Milwaukee and Devon (where the Big Dawg hot dog stand is and also near St. Adalbert Cemetery) and now she is in Aurora near my cousin Jim and my cousin Janice is in Naperville.
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United States Census, 1930 for James Halama
Name: James Halama
Event: CENSUS
Event Date: 1930
Event Place: Lyons, Cook, Illinois
Gender: Male
Age: 32
Marital Status: Married
Race: White
Birthplace: Czechoslovakia
Estimated Birth Year: 1898
Immigration Year: 1913
Relationship to Head of Household: Head
Father's Birthplace: Czechoslovakia
Mother's Birthplace: Czechoslovakia
Enumeration District Number: 2170
Family Number: 62
Sheet Number and Letter: 6A
Line Number: 7
NARA Publication: T626, roll 502
Film Number: 2340237
Digital Folder Number: 4584583
Image Number: 00590
Household Gender Age
James Halama M 32
Spouse Marie Halama F 30
Child Luceille Halama F 13
Child Margaret Halama F 10
Child Florence Halama F 2
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First Name: James
Middle Name:
Last Name: Halama
Name Suffix:
Birth Date: 31 May 1894
Social Security Number: 335-09-0571
Place of Issuance: Illinois
Last Residence: Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona
Zip Code of Last Residence: 85008
Death Date: June 1983
Estimated Age at Death: 89

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Vichr Marie [Female] b. 15 AUG 1890 Chicago, IL (From Bohemian parents) - d. DEC 1969 Phoenix, Maricopa Co., AZ

Source
Title: Marriage Certificate

Source
Title: 1920 census

Source
Title: Dorothy Janca

Source
Title: Dorothy Janca

Dorothy Janca wrote in March 2011:Grandma lied. She was an 'old maid' I guess and didn't want to be older than her husband. St. Adabert cemetery marker is also wrong for her father because the marker was not put up until the mother died in the 30's. The sisters always said they were young when their Dad died. They tried to be consistent. St. Adalbert's sent me the burial date for Frank senior, April 1, 1902. Gramma's sisters lied on their marriage documents too because otherwise the older ones would have been born here and not in Bohemia. They are in Leo Baca's book-I forget which one.I think grandma used August 15th as a birthday a lot because it was her baptismal date. When you lie, it's hard to remember what you told to whom. Her tombstone here is totally wrong too. Maybe if she would have known that it kept her from getting social security at her real age of 65, she wouldn't have lied on every document. She even erased dates and rewrote them in the few books she had.There were at least 2 male children that died at an early age. One was John in 1903, with a twin Johanna who lived. They were born in 1900, April 15. Baby Frank who died here was born in Chrastov Aug 1889, and there is one unknown. The girls were Fanny (born 1882 in Chrastov), Aggie (1885 Chrastov), born here was Marie, Emma, and Johanna. The documents from the Czech archives are pretty clear. Oops, forgot aunt Sophie, also born here) Maybe the second male baby was born here and also named Frank. Maybe that is why I couldn't get a name, because they used Frank twice. I have a death date of Feb 28, 1891 for Frank. If the next baby was born October 1891, they probably just used the same name. I think you found my missing baby!The 1885 date threw me too; I am not sure they had to show any documentation at that time, maybe just their word. I think there was another relative by marriage of Frank Vichr--Jan or John Fantina. He was a witness on some document. Maybe he came 1885, and they just used that for everyone.Frank and Tomas' father was Bartholomej (Bartholomew) so that fits.So one of my 2 Vichr mysteries solved! Thank you Lori!Dorothy .... "Dorothy was responding to my email where I wrote:
Here is the 1900 census in case you don't have it. The last name is hard to read, but I found it in Heritage categorized under the name Vichr and it seems to be a match. Again, perhaps you have all these documents - but thought I'd send them in case they helped.
Differences here - 1900 census says they immigrated in 1885 but you have immigration as May 1890
Second issue is Marie's birth as what year??? She is born in Chicago:note, Marie is listed as born August 1890 but Marie does have a younger age on her marriage certificate saying she was 21 in May 1916 - the same age as her husband. That would make her born in 1895 though. Immigration was 1885-1890 and mom was pregnant with her?? That would make her older than Emma from the 1900 census. If immigration was in May 1890 and Josepha was pregnant with Marie - then it would make sense that her birth would have been August 1890.Butů. On Lucie's birth certificate for Feb 1917 Marie is again listed as 21. The Jan. 1920 census shows her as 24 years old or born 1895. Somehow she seems to stay with 1885 after the 1900 census. Error or did she not want to be older than her husband?? Who knows. Immigration is 1885 for 4 family members and the rest born in IL starting with Marie."

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Sedlak Anna [Female] b. 1861 Czech - d. 2 JUL 1936

Source
Title: Joel Blahnik

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Halama Lucille Josephine [Female] b. 7 FEB 1917 Chicago, Illinois - d. JUL 1972

Source
Title: 1920 census

Source
Title: Birth Certificate

Source
Title: Dorothy Janca

Residence: 1959

United States Census, 1930 for Luceille HalamaName: Luceille Halama
Event: CENSUS
Event Date: 1930
Event Place: Lyons, Cook, Illinois
Gender: Female
Age: 13
Marital Status: Single
Race: White
Birthplace: Illinois
Estimated Birth Year: 1917
Immigration Year:
Relationship to Head of Household: Daughter
Father's Birthplace: Czechoslovakia
Mother's Birthplace: Illinois
Enumeration District Number: 2170
Family Number: 62
Sheet Number and Letter: 6A
Line Number: 9
NARA Publication: T626, roll 502
Film Number: 2340237
Digital Folder Number: 4584583
Image Number: 00590
Household Gender Age
Parent James Halama M 32
Parent Marie Halama F 30
Luceille Halama F 13
Margaret Halama F 10
Florence Halama F 2

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Janca Stanley John [Male] b. 7 MAY 1916 - d. MAR 2009 Arkansas

Source
Title: Dorothy Janca

Residence: 1959

Source
Title: Dorothy Janca

Occupation

Source
Title: Dorothy Janca

Stanley JANCA
Birth Date: 7 May 1916
Death Date: 6 Mar 2008
Social Security Number: 344-10-3055
State or Territory Where Number Was Issued: Illinois Death Residence Localities
ZIP Code: 72644
Localities: Diamond City, Boone, Arkansas
Lead Hill, Boone, Arkansas Death Benefit Localities
Zip Code: 72644
Localities: Diamond City, Boone, Arkansas
Lead Hill, Boone, Arkansas

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