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Cook Steven Richard [Male] b. 25 JUL 1983 Muskegon, MI - d. 15 NOV 1983 St. Mary's Cemetery in Muskegon, MI

Source
Title: Wenzel/Paul Blahnik

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Selner George Jacob [Male] b. 11 APR 1900 WI - d. 21 JUL 1989 Kewaunee, WI

Source
Title: 1920 census

Source
Title: WWI Draft Reg

Source
Title: Wisconsin, Death Index, 1959-1997

https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K8QR-B8P
WWI Draft reg card 9/12/1918
Truck Driver for W. F Glandt in Kewaunee. Age 18, medium height, build with grey eyes and light color hair
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https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X9QL-DCNGeorge Selner in household of Margaret Selner, "United States Census, 1930"
Name: George Selner
Titles and Terms:
Event Type: Census
Event Year: 1930
Event Place: Kewaunee, Kewaunee, Wisconsin, United States
District: 0007
Gender: Male
Age: 29
Marital Status: Single
Race: White
Race (Original): White
Relationship to Head of Household: Son
Relationship to Head of Household (Original): Son
Birth Year (Estimated): 1901
Birthplace: Wisconsin
Immigration Year:
Father's Birthplace: Wisconsin
Mother's Birthplace: Wisconsin
Sheet Number and Letter: 6A
Household ID: 133
Line Number: 16
Affiliate Name: The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA)
Affiliate Publication Number: T626
Affiliate Film Number: 2576
GS Film number: 2342310
Digital Folder Number: 004547884
Image Number: 00940
Household Gender Age Birthplace
Head Margaret Selner F 61 Wisconsin
Son George Selner M 29 Wisconsin
Son Frank Selner M 28 Wisconsin
===========George Jacob Selner, "Wisconsin, Death Index, 1959-1997"
Name: George Jacob Selner
Name Prefix:
Name Suffix:
Event Type: Death
Event Date: 21 Jul 1989
Event Place: , Kewaunee, Wisconsin
Residence Place: Kewa, Wisconsin
Gender:
Age:
Certificate Number: 019621

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Behnke Harold [Male]

Source
Title: Wenzel/Paul Blahnik

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Drossart Mabel E. [Female] b. ABT. 1895 Sturgeon Bay, Door County, WI - d. 21 JAN 1968 Milwaukee, WI

Source
Title: Joe Blahnik

Source
Title: 1940 census

Source
Title: http://www.cemeteries.org/genealogy_03.asp?Query=100&ID=211923

Source
Title: http://www.cemeteries.org/genealogy_03.asp?Query=100&ID=211923

http://www.cemeteries.org/genealogy_03.asp?Query=100&ID=211923
Name:
Mabel Blahnik
Date of Death:
1/21/1968
Date of Burial:
1/25/1968
Age at Death:
72
Marital Status:
Widowed
Last Address:
2356 South 62Nd St.
Funeral Home:
Schaff
Cemetery:
Mount Olivet Cemetery
Location:
Block: 36
Section:
Row:
Lot: 170
Grave:
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https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MM3D-JBFMabel Drossart in household of Anton Drossart, "Wisconsin, State Census, 1905"
Name: Mabel Drossart
Residence Place: Casco, Kewaunee, Wisconsin
Age (Original): 10y
Birth Year (Estimated): Abt 1895
Birthplace: Wisconsin
Relationship to Head of Household (Original Language): Daughter
Race: White
Gender: Female
Marital Status: Single
Parent 1 Birthplace: Belgium
Parent 2 Birthplace: Belgium
Family Number: 222
Page: 118
Line Number: 31
GS Film number: 1020452
Digital Folder Number: 4236858
Image Number: 00376
Household Gender Age Birthplace
Head Anton Drossart M 54y Belgium
Wife Ellen Drossart F 45y Belgium
Son Alexander Drossart M 25y Wisconsin
Daughter Laura Drossart F 13y Wisconsin
Daughter Mabel Drossart F 10y Wisconsin
Daughter Stella Drossart F 36y Wisconsin
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Birth: 1895
Sturgeon Bay
Door County
Wisconsin, USA
Death: Jan. 21, 1968
West Milwaukee
Milwaukee County
Wisconsin, USA [Edit Dates]Mabel was born abut 1895 in Sturgeon Bay, WI to Anton and Ellen Drossart from Belgium. They moved to Casco, WI when she was young. She married John Charles Blahnik and they had a son John Donald born 1937-1987. Mabel died 3 weeks after her husband passed away.
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Family links: [Edit]
Spouse:
John Charles Blahnik (1894 - 1967)[Add Marker Transcription]
[Add Note]Burial: [Edit]
Mount Olivet Cemetery
Milwaukee
Milwaukee County
Wisconsin, USA [Add Plot]

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Blahnik John Donald [Male] b. 29 JAN 1937 - d. AUG 1987 Milwaukee, WI

Source
Title: Joe Blahnik

Source
Title: Judith Ann Blahnik

Source
Title: Social security death record

Source
Title: Social security record

John BLAHNIK
Birth Date: 29 Jan 1937
Death Date: Aug 1987
Social Security Number: 392-34-0073
State or Territory Where Number Was Issued: Wisconsin Death Residence Localities
ZIP Code: 53221
Localities: Greenfield, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin Death Benefit Localities
Zip Code: 53221
Localities: Greenfield, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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Blahnik Joseph J. [Male] b. --Not Shown--

Source
Title: Bonnie Blahnik

Residence: 2010

Source
Title: Bonnie Blahnik

Joseph J Blahnik 423 Union St Neenah, WI 54956 (920) 729-0969 45-49 Bonnie L Blahnik 45-49 White Pages

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Blahnik Mary [Female] b. OCT 1895 Milwaukee, WI

Source
Title: Judith Ann Blahnik

Source
Title: http://search.labs.familysearch.org/recordsearch/start.html#surname=blahnik&p=recordResults&searchType=close

Residence: 1905

Source
Title: http://search.labs.familysearch.org/recordsearch/start.html#surname=blahnik&p=recordResults&searchType=close

Census: 1910
Census: 1905

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Birthplace: Wisconsin
Relationship to Head of Household: Son
Residence: Antigo Ward 3, Langlade, Wisconsin
Marital Status: Single
Race : White
Gender: Male
Immigration Year:
Father's Birthplace: Wisconsin
Mother's Birthplace: Wisconsin
Family Number: 113
Page Number: 6
Household Gender Age
Parent Charles Blahnik M 44y
Parent Antonie Blahnik F 40y
John Blahnik M 16y
Mary Blahnik F 14y
Edward Blahnik M 13y
Joseph Blahnik M 11y
Anna Blahnik F 9y
Charles Blahnik M 6y
Louis Blahnik M 4y
Milly Blahnik F 1y=====================
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Residence: Antigo city, Langlade, Wisconsin
Age: 11y
Estimated Birth Year: Abt 1894
Birthplace: Wisconsin
Relationship to Head of Household: Son
Race: White
Gender: Male
Marital Status: Single
Place of Birth: Parent 1: Wisconsin
Place of Birth: Parent 2: Wisconsin
Family Number: 92
Page Number: 66
Line Number: 62
Film Number: 1020453
Digital Folder Number: 4236859
Image Number: 00290
Household Gender Age
Parent Charley Blahnik M 38y
Parent Tony Blahnik F 36y
John Blahnik M 11y
Mary Blahnik F 10y
Eddie Blahnik M 8y
Joseph Blahnik M 7y
Annie Blahnik F 5y
Charley Blahnik M 1y

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Jachom Peter [Male] b. 4 DEC 1913 - d. 31 DEC 1994

Source
Title: Judith Ann Blahnik

Source
Title: Judith Ann Blahnik

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Blahnik Edward George [Male] b. 7 FEB 1897 Antigo, Langlade, WI - d. 13 FEB 1971 Milwaukee, WI

Source
Title: Judith Ann Blahnik

Source
Title: Social security record

Source
Title: Social security record

Source
Title: http://www.cemeteries.org/genealogy_03.asp?Query=100&ID=212886

Occupation: 1930
Event
Census: 1905
Census: 1910

Source
Title: United States, WWII Draft Reg Cards, 1942

Source
Title: http://www.cemeteries.org/genealogy_03.asp?Query=100&ID=212886

Residence: 1971

Source
Title: http://www.cemeteries.org/genealogy_03.asp?Query=100&ID=212886

Edward BLAHNIK
Birth Date: 7 Feb 1897
Death Date: Feb 1971
Social Security Number: 388-03-7576
State or Territory Where Number Was Issued: Wisconsin Death Residence Localities
ZIP Code: 53214
Localities: Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
West Allis, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
West Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
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Birthplace: Wisconsin
Relationship to Head of Household: Son
Residence: Antigo Ward 3, Langlade, Wisconsin
Marital Status: Single
Race : White
Gender: Male
Immigration Year:
Father's Birthplace: Wisconsin
Mother's Birthplace: Wisconsin
Family Number: 113
Page Number: 6
Household Gender Age
Parent Charles Blahnik M 44y
Parent Antonie Blahnik F 40y
John Blahnik M 16y
Mary Blahnik F 14y
Edward Blahnik M 13y
Joseph Blahnik M 11y
Anna Blahnik F 9y
Charles Blahnik M 6y
Louis Blahnik M 4y
Milly Blahnik F 1y
=====================
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Residence: Antigo city, Langlade, Wisconsin
Age: 11y
Estimated Birth Year: Abt 1894
Birthplace: Wisconsin
Relationship to Head of Household: Son
Race: White
Gender: Male
Marital Status: Single
Place of Birth: Parent 1: Wisconsin
Place of Birth: Parent 2: Wisconsin
Family Number: 92
Page Number: 66
Line Number: 62
Film Number: 1020453
Digital Folder Number: 4236859
Image Number: 00290
Household Gender Age
Parent Charley Blahnik M 38y
Parent Tony Blahnik F 36y
John Blahnik M 11y
Mary Blahnik F 10y
Eddie Blahnik M 8y
Joseph Blahnik M 7y
Annie Blahnik F 5y
Charley Blahnik M 1y
======================
http://www.archive.org/stream/historyoflanglad00dess/historyoflanglad00dess_djvu.txtHISTORY OF LANGLADE COUNTY p 68
ANTIGO MILITIA LEAGUE. The Antigo Militia League was organized April 18, 1917, two weeks after war was declared. Henry Hay was elected President; Edward Cody, Vice President; Fred L. Berner, Secretary, and J. C. Lewis, Treasurer. The object of the league was to promote the organization of an Antigo military unit; to give moral and financial aid to the unit in its embryo stages. An executive committee consisting of G. J. Quigley, R. B. Johns, S. B. UUman, Fred L. Berner, and John Hanousek, was appointed. The Antigo Militia League applied for state aid for an armory under the Wilcox Law after John Hanousek, a member of the executive committee, purchased the Antigo Opera House and presented it to the city for an armory. This work, together with a great patriotic meeting. May 16, 1917, when Col. Guy D. Goff and General Charles King spoke and the organization of Company "G," 4th Wis- consin Regiment, practically completed the purpose of the Militia League. The Antigo Militia League performed a commend- able service in an anxious time in the history of Langlade County. CITIZENS' TRAINING CAMP. The Antigo Citizens' Training Camp, a home military unit, recognized in war on an equal status with the state militia, was organized October 26, 1917. A Board of Governors consisting of C. J. TeSelle, James Cody, S. B. UUman, J. D. Mylrea, and Fred L. Berner was appointed. J. D. Mylrea was elected Captain, C. J. TeSelle, 1st Lieutenant, and Edward Faust, 2nd Lieutenant of the unit. Captain Mylrea resigned shortly after his selection. C. J. TeSelle then became Captain, Edward Faust, 1st Lieutenant, and Charles Cody, 2nd Lieutenant. The Citizens' Training Camp drilled regularly and performed a service of importance at home. The or- ganization took its oath and was inspected by a representative of the Adjutant General. No definite termination was made of the home guards, as they were called. Drill ceased when war ended. ORIGINAL ROSTER OF THE 107TH TRENCH MORTAR BATTERY AS COMPANY "G" 4TH WISCONSIN INFANTRY. Captain 0. A. Miller. First Lieutenant Otto F. Berner. Second Lieutenant Vernon J. Quigley. First Sergeant Frank T. Lynde. Supply Sergeant Harry Zuehlke. Mess Sergeant William E. McNamara. Stable Sergeant Louis J. Maybee.Privates George P. Ackerman, William W. Adget,
Joe Alft, Harry Aim, William F. Auclair, Frank J.
Bahr, William T. Ballard, Edward D. Bardwell, Ed-
ward Blaha, James Blaha, Edward G. Blahnik, Joseph
F. Blahnik, Harry H. Bohse, Charles Bonnell, John
F. Borowczyk, Leo M. Bowens, Harold D. Bovet, Mar-
tin J. Brennan, Robert S. Brown, Ray L. Carpenter,
Joseph F. Chadek, Stanley A. Christian, Benjamin H.
Clark, Henry Cornelius, Charles Couveau, Wallace
Curran, Lyle A. Dalton, Roy E. Drew, Arleigh L.
Dudley, Frank Fischer, Frank J. Gugla, Leo J. Glugla,
William D. Grigson, Andrew M. Halminiak, Bernard
R. Hogan, Anton W. Homola, Fayett M. Hopkins,
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http://www.cemeteries.org/genealogy_03.asp?Query=100&ID=212886
Name:
Edward George Blahnik
Date of Death:
2/13/1971
Date of Burial:
2/16/1971
Age at Death:
74
Marital Status:
Single
Last Address:
1636 South 64Th St.
Funeral Home:
Koelsch
Cemetery:
Mount Olivet Cemetery
Location:
Block: 28
Section:
Row:
Lot: 102
Grave: 7

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Blahnik Joseph Frank [Male] b. 19 DEC 1898 Antigo, Langlade, WI - d. 18 MAY 1953 Milwaukee, WI

Source
Title: Judith Ann Blahnik

Source
Title: Judith Ann Blahnik

Census: 1905
Census: 1910
Census: 1930

Source
Title: http://www.cemeteries.org/genealogy_03.asp?Query=100&ID=206918

United States Census, 1910 for John BlahnikName: John Blahnik
Birthplace: Wisconsin
Relationship to Head of Household: Son
Residence: Antigo Ward 3, Langlade, Wisconsin
Marital Status: Single
Race : White
Gender: Male
Immigration Year:
Father's Birthplace: Wisconsin
Mother's Birthplace: Wisconsin
Family Number: 113
Page Number: 6
Household Gender Age
Parent Charles Blahnik M 44y
Parent Antonie Blahnik F 40y
John Blahnik M 16y
Mary Blahnik F 14y
Edward Blahnik M 13y
Joseph Blahnik M 11y
Anna Blahnik F 9y
Charles Blahnik M 6y
Louis Blahnik M 4y
Milly Blahnik F 1y
=====================Wisconsin State Census, 1905 for John BlahnikName: John Blahnik
Residence: Antigo city, Langlade, Wisconsin
Age: 11y
Estimated Birth Year: Abt 1894
Birthplace: Wisconsin
Relationship to Head of Household: Son
Race: White
Gender: Male
Marital Status: Single
Place of Birth: Parent 1: Wisconsin
Place of Birth: Parent 2: Wisconsin
Family Number: 92
Page Number: 66
Line Number: 62
Film Number: 1020453
Digital Folder Number: 4236859
Image Number: 00290
Household Gender Age
Parent Charley Blahnik M 38y
Parent Tony Blahnik F 36y
John Blahnik M 11y
Mary Blahnik F 10y
Eddie Blahnik M 8y
Joseph Blahnik M 7y
Annie Blahnik F 5y
Charley Blahnik M 1y
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United States Census, 1930 for Joseph Blahnik
Name: Joseph Blahnik
Event: Census
Event Date: 1930
Event Place: Milwaukee (Districts 251-337), Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Gender: Male
Age: 32
Marital Status: Married
Race: White
Birthplace: Wisconsin
Estimated Birth Year: 1898
Immigration Year:
Relationship to Head of Household: Son-in-law
Father's Birthplace: Czechoslovakia
Mother's Birthplace: Czechoslovakia
Enumeration District Number: 296
Family Number: 8
Sheet Number and Letter: 26A
Line Number: 31
NARA Publication: T626, roll 2597
Film Number: 2342331
Digital Folder Number: 4547565
Image Number: 00620
Household Gender Age
Anna Fridel F 65
Joseph Blahnik M 32
Mary Blahnik F 32
Marion Blahnik F 1
Leona Blahnik
=================http://www.archive.org/stream/historyoflanglad00dess/historyoflanglad00dess_djvu.txtHISTORY OF LANGLADE COUNTY p 68
ANTIGO MILITIA LEAGUE. The Antigo Militia League was organized April 18, 1917, two weeks after war was declared. Henry Hay was elected President; Edward Cody, Vice President; Fred L. Berner, Secretary, and J. C. Lewis, Treasurer. The object of the league was to promote the organization of an Antigo military unit; to give moral and financial aid to the unit in its embryo stages. An executive committee consisting of G. J. Quigley, R. B. Johns, S. B. UUman, Fred L. Berner, and John Hanousek, was appointed. The Antigo Militia League applied for state aid for an armory under the Wilcox Law after John Hanousek, a member of the executive committee, purchased the Antigo Opera House and presented it to the city for an armory. This work, together with a great patriotic meeting. May 16, 1917, when Col. Guy D. Goff and General Charles King spoke and the organization of Company "G," 4th Wis- consin Regiment, practically completed the purpose of the Militia League. The Antigo Militia League performed a commend- able service in an anxious time in the history of Langlade County. CITIZENS' TRAINING CAMP. The Antigo Citizens' Training Camp, a home military unit, recognized in war on an equal status with the state militia, was organized October 26, 1917. A Board of Governors consisting of C. J. TeSelle, James Cody, S. B. UUman, J. D. Mylrea, and Fred L. Berner was appointed. J. D. Mylrea was elected Captain, C. J. TeSelle, 1st Lieutenant, and Edward Faust, 2nd Lieutenant of the unit. Captain Mylrea resigned shortly after his selection. C. J. TeSelle then became Captain, Edward Faust, 1st Lieutenant, and Charles Cody, 2nd Lieutenant. The Citizens' Training Camp drilled regularly and performed a service of importance at home. The or- ganization took its oath and was inspected by a representative of the Adjutant General. No definite termination was made of the home guards, as they were called. Drill ceased when war ended. ORIGINAL ROSTER OF THE 107TH TRENCH MORTAR BATTERY AS COMPANY "G" 4TH WISCONSIN INFANTRY. Captain 0. A. Miller. First Lieutenant Otto F. Berner. Second Lieutenant Vernon J. Quigley. First Sergeant Frank T. Lynde. Supply Sergeant Harry Zuehlke. Mess Sergeant William E. McNamara. Stable Sergeant Louis J. Maybee.Privates George P. Ackerman, William W. Adget, Joe Alft, Harry Aim, William F. Auclair, Frank J. Bahr, William T. Ballard, Edward D. Bardwell, Edward Blaha, James Blaha, Edward G. Blahnik, Joseph F. Blahnik, Harry H. Bohse, Charles Bonnell, John F. Borowczyk, Leo M. Bowens, Harold D. Bovet, Martin J. Brennan, Robert S. Brown, Ray L. Carpenter, Joseph F. Chadek, Stanley A. Christian, Benjamin H. Clark, Henry Cornelius, Charles Couveau, Wallace Curran, Lyle A. Dalton, Roy E. Drew, Arleigh L. Dudley, Frank Fischer, Frank J. Gugla, Leo J. Glugla, William D. Grigson, Andrew M. Halminiak, Bernard R. Hogan, Anton W. Homola, Fayett M. Hopkins,
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https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K7K2-28SJoseph Blahnik, "United States Census, 1940"
Name: Joseph Blahnik
Titles and Terms:
Event Type: Census
Event Date: 1940
Event Place: Ward 5, Milwaukee, Milwaukee City, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States
Gender: Male
Age: 41
Marital Status: Married
Race (Original): White
Race: White
Relationship to Head of Household (Original): Head
Relationship to Head of Household: Head
Birthplace: Wisconsin
Birth Year (Estimated): 1899
Last Place of Residence: Same House
District: 72-121
Family Number: 77
Sheet Number and Letter: 4B
Line Number: 52
Affiliate Publication Number: T627
Affiliate Film Number: 4545
Digital Folder Number: 005461254
Image Number: 00535
Household Gender Age Birthplace
Head Joseph Blahnik M 41 Wisconsin
Wife Mary Blahnik F 41 Wisconsin
Daughter Marion Blahnik F 11 Wisconsin
Daughter Leona Blahnik F 10 Wisconsin
Daughter Sylvia Blahnik F 8 Wisconsin
Son Joseph Blahnik M 7 Wisconsin
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http://www.cemeteries.org/genealogy_03.asp?Query=100&ID=206918
Name:
Joseph Frank Blahnik
Date of Death:
5/18/1953
Date of Burial:
5/21/1953
Age at Death:
54
Marital Status:
Married
Last Address:
1425 West Scott St.
Funeral Home:
Powondra
Cemetery:
Mount Olivet Cemetery
Location:
Block: 18
Section:
Row:
Lot: 240
Grave:
=
Joseph Frank was born on Dec 19, 1898 in Antigo, WI. His parents were of Czech heritage being 1st generation Americans. Joseph's father was Charles Blahnik 1864-1922 and his mother Antoinette (Aulik) 1869-1951.
Frank married Mary Fridel (1897-1991) in January of 1927. They had four children; Marion Holzmer 1928-2001 who went to NJ, Leona Szklarski c1930-2001, Sylvia Sobanski 1931-2006 and Joseph Jr.
Joseph died May 18, 1953 and his wife lived until 1991.

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Fridel Mary Anna [Female] b. 6 OCT 1897 Milwaukee, WI - d. 23 OCT 1991 Milwaukee, WI

Source
Title: Judith Ann Blahnik

Source
Title: 1920 cen

Source
Title: Judith Ann Blahnik

Source
Title: http://www.cemeteries.org/genealogy_03.asp?Query=100&ID=180924

Residence: 1991

Source
Title: http://www.cemeteries.org/genealogy_03.asp?Query=100&ID=180924

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Blahnik Marion J. [Female] b. 4 MAY 1928 Milwaukee, WI - d. 5 DEC 2001 New Jersey

Source
Title: Judith Ann Blahnik

Source
Title: 1930 census

Source
Title: obituary

Source
Title: Bob Blahnik (BobB)

Census: 1940

Source
Title: 1940 census

United States Census, 1930 for Marion BlahnikName: Marion Blahnik
Event: Census
Event Date: 1930
Event Place: Milwaukee (Districts 251-337), Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Gender: Female
Age: 1
Marital Status: Single
Race: White
Birthplace: Wisconsin
Estimated Birth Year: 1929
Immigration Year:
Relationship to Head of Household: Daughter
Father's Birthplace: Wisconsin
Mother's Birthplace: Wisconsin
Enumeration District Number: 296
Family Number: 8
Sheet Number and Letter: 26A
Line Number: 33
NARA Publication: T626, roll 2597
Film Number: 2342331
Digital Folder Number: 4547565
Image Number: 00620
Household Gender Age
Parent Anna Fridel F 65
Joseph Blahnik M 32
Mary Blahnik F 32
Marion Blahnik F 1
Leona Blahnik
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From Bob Blahnik 7/31/2013
HOLZMER: Newspaper Obituary and Death Notice
Press of Atlantic City, The (NJ) - Thursday, December 6, 2001
Deceased Name: HOLZMER
HOLZMER, MARIAN J. 73, of North Cape May, died on December 5, 2001 with her family at her side at Burdette Tomlin Memorial Hospital. Born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, she was a resident here for 45 years. Mrs. Holzmer was the co-owner and operator of Handyman Haven in North Cape May for 34 years. In the 1980's, she performed as an actress with the Jersey Cape Performing Arts Guild. Surviving are her husband of over 50 years, Dwight (Buz); Children, Allyn of Villas, Sharon and Husband Brayton Nye of Edgewater, FL., David and wife Kitty of Green Creek, Craig of Collingswood and Joe of Lower Township; a brother, Joseph Blahnik, two sisters, Sylvia Sobanski of and Leona Sklarski, all of Milwaukee, and a grandchild, Sean Holmer of Columbia, MD. A private graveside service will be held in Cape May County Veterans Cemetery. There will be a memorial service at a later date. Evoy Funeral Home.

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Blahnik Leona [Female] b. ABT. 1930 - d. 21 AUG 2011 Milwaukee, WI

Source
Title: obituary

Source
Title: Judith Ann Blahnik

Source
Title: obituary

Source
Title: obituary

Census: 1940

Source
Title: 1940 census

United States Census, 1930 for Leona Blahnik
Name: Leona Blahnik
Event: Census
Event Date: 1930
Event Place: Milwaukee (Districts 251-337), Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Gender: Female
Age: 0
Marital Status: Single
Race: White
Birthplace: Wisconsin
Estimated Birth Year: 1930
Immigration Year:
Relationship to Head of Household: Daughter
Father's Birthplace: Wisconsin
Mother's Birthplace: Wisconsin
Enumeration District Number: 296
Family Number: 8
Sheet Number and Letter: 26A
Line Number: 34
NARA Publication: T626, roll 2597
Film Number: 2342331
Digital Folder Number: 4547565
Image Number: 00620
Household Gender Age
Parent Anna Fridel F 65
Joseph Blahnik M 32
Mary Blahnik F 32
Marion Blahnik F 1
Leona Blahnik
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Szklarski, Leona M.: Newspaper Obituary and Death Notice
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (WI) - Sunday, August 28, 2011
Deceased Name: Szklarski, Leona M.
(Blahnik) Found peace on August 21, 2011, at the age of 81. Beloved wife of Eugene for 48 years. Loving sister of Joe (Pat) Blahnik. Further survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
Leona retired from Rockwell Automation. Private family services were held at St. Adalbert Cemetery. Husband Eugene L Szklarski, 86 Milwaukee, WIEugene J Strzyzewski, 87 Milwaukee, WI

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Blahnik Sylvia [Female] b. 8 JUN 1931 WI - d. 12 JUL 2006 Milwaukee, WI

Source
Title: obituary

Source
Title: 1940 census

Source
Title: SSDI

Census: 1940

Source
Title: 1940 census

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Blahnik Joseph [Male] b. --Not Shown-- WI

Source
Title: obituary

Source
Title: 1940 census

Event

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Holzmer Dwight (Buz) A. [Male] b. 27 AUG 1920 international Falls, MN - d. 31 DEC 2001 North Cape May, NJ

Source
Title: obituary

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Title: obituary

Submitted by Bob Blahnik HOLZMER: Newspaper Obituary and Death Notice
Press of Atlantic City, The (NJ) - Thursday, January 3, 2002
Deceased Name: HOLZMER
HOLZMER, DWIGHT A. (Buz), 81, of North Cape May, died on December 31, 2001. Following his recently departed wife of 54 years, Marian, he passed peacefully after an extended illness with his family at his side. Born in 1920 in International Falls, Minnesota, Buz (as he was known to everyone close to him) served his country from 1942 to 1946 as a First Sergeant in the United States Army 3801st Quarter Master Truck Company. Until the very end of his life he cherished the memories of that time often sharing with family and friends the hundreds of photographs he took documenting both the devastation and valiant comradery of America's war effort in Europe. After an honorable discharge, he settled briefly in Milwaukee, WI, where he met his life-long companion Marian (nee Blahnik). Shortly after their marriage, the couple moved to Philadelphia where they had their first two children while Buz worked as a deliveryman for Freihofer's Bakery. During the 1950's the Holzmer family relocated to North Cape May and Mr. Holzmer, switching from bread to milk, began driving a delivery truck for Abbott's Dairy out of Wildwood. Later, during the early part of the 1960's, Buz worked for the Villas Lumber Company before going to work for the newly-opened Handyman Haven in North Cape May. Through hard work and entrepreneurial vision, in 1968 he was able to purchase that business where, for the next 33 years Buz and Marian's diligence and tireless dedication helped establish that business as a respected and beloved fixture throughout Lower Township. It was only after more than 20 years in business that Buz began to indulge himself in the weekly luxury of a day off. And to this day, almost every long-time resident of Lower Township has at least one story of how Buz, with his characteristic gentle manner and a good-nature gleam in his eye, helped them easily solve a bedeviling home repair problem of one sort or another, with no extra charge for the advice and/or humorous stories. Besides being one of the early members of the Town Bank Volunteer Fire Company, Buz was, until his passing, a founding member of the Lower Township Rotary Club. In his later years his passions, which were many, included fishing, aviation and frequent trips to the casinos. Surviving are his children, Allyn of Villas, Sharon and husband Brayton Nye of Edgewater, FL, David and wife Kitty of Green Creek, Craig of Collingswood and Joe of Lower Township; a brother, Ross Holzmer of Fargo, ND, three sisters, Willow Mossberg of Cumberland, WI, Jacquelyn Runyan of Springfield, OH and Diane Magnuson of Proctor, MN, and a grandson, Sean Holzmer of Cockeysville, MD. There will be a viewing from 10am - 11am on Saturday, January 5 at Evoy's Funeral Home in North Cape May, followed by a short service to honor both Buz and his wife Marian, who also passed recently on December 5. Burial will be at the Cape May County Veteran's Cemetery at Crest Haven.

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Holzmer Allyn Michael [Male] b. --Not Shown--

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Holzmer Sharon D. [Female] b. --Not Shown--

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Residence: 1966

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Holzmer David Charles [Male] b. --Not Shown--

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Holzmer Craig S. [Male] b. --Not Shown--

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Occupation: 1996
Residence: 1996

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