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Fausack, Wilhelm (assumed); 1843; mention in the Amts-Blatt der Königlichen Regierung zu Oppeln.
Fausack, Wilhelm (assumed); 1843; mention in the Amts-Blatt der Königlichen Regierung zu Oppeln.
Der Zinkhüttenbesitzer Fausak zu Erdmanswille, hat auf Michalkowitzer Territorium in Beuthener Kreise, eine Zinkhütte erbaut, welcher der Name "Fannywunsch" beigelegt worden. Oppeln, den 25. Januar 1843.

The zinc smelter owner Fausak of Erdmanswille has built in Michalkowitzer territory in Kreise Beuthener a zinc smelter, which is named "Fannywunsch". Opole, 25rd January 1843 
 
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Fausack, Wilhelm and Wilhelmine; 1900; entries in Neuruppiner Adressbucher.
Fausack, Wilhelm and Wilhelmine; 1900; entries in Neuruppiner Adressbucher.
Wilhelm Fausack is an Arbeiter (laborer) and lived at Presidentenstrasse 20. Wilhelmine Fausack, Wittwe (widow) who lived at Poststrasse 26; it is presently uncertain to which Fausack this Wilhelmine was married.  
 
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Fausack, Wilhelm Carl Hermann; 1865; birth registration from the churchbooks of Neuen Kirche, Berlin, Germany.
Fausack, Wilhelm Carl Hermann; 1865; birth registration from the churchbooks of Neuen Kirche, Berlin, Germany.
Father is Carl Wilhelm Heinrich Fausack (1831-1877) and mother is Christiane Wilhelmine Dietrich (c1835-c1892). 
 
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Fausack, Wilhelm Carl; 1864; death registration from Neue Kirche in Berlin, Germany.
Fausack, Wilhelm Carl; 1864; death registration from Neue Kirche in Berlin, Germany.
 
 
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Fausack, Wilhelm Christoph Carl; 1796, 1823, 1884; birth, marriage, and death information from J. Hohfeld (1943) Stamm- und Ahnentafeln, Band 22.
Fausack, Wilhelm Christoph Carl; 1796, 1823, 1884; birth, marriage, and death information from J. Hohfeld (1943) Stamm- und Ahnentafeln, Band 22.
Also contains references to Bertha Minna Jenny Fausack, Daniel Christian Fausack, and others. 
 
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Fausack, Wilhelm Christoph Carl; 1823; registration of marriage (no. 3) to Bertha Henriette Trautschold recorded in the churchbook of Zechlin, Germany.
Fausack, Wilhelm Christoph Carl; 1823; registration of marriage (no. 3) to Bertha Henriette Trautschold recorded in the churchbook of Zechlin, Germany.
The marriage did not take place in Zechlin, but in Bockwitz, Lauchhammer, Lausitz.  
 
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Fausack, Wilhelm Friedrich; 1890; civil registration of birth in Magdeburg, Germany.
Fausack, Wilhelm Friedrich; 1890; civil registration of birth in Magdeburg, Germany.
 
 
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Fausack, Wilhelm Karl Hermann; 1890; civil registration of marriage at age 25 in Berlin to Auguste Marie Pauline Wilke at age 24.
Fausack, Wilhelm Karl Hermann; 1890; civil registration of marriage at age 25 in Berlin to Auguste Marie Pauline Wilke at age 24.
Nr. 1472

Berlin, am achten November tausend acht hundert neunzig.

Vor dem unterzeichneten Standesbeamten erschien heute zum Zweck der Eheschließung:
1. der Wilhelm Carl Hermann Fausack, Handlungsgehilfe der Persönlichkeit nach auf grund der mit ihm geführten Aufgebots Verhandlung anerkannt, evangelische Religion, geboren den achten September des Jahres tausend acht hundert sechszig und fünf zu Berlin, wohnhaft zu Berlin in der Zossenerstrasse No. 52, Sohn des Schankwirts Karl Wilhelm Heinrich Fausack, verstorben und zuletzt wohnhaft zu Berlin, und dessen Ehefrau Christine Wilhelmine geborenen Dietrich, wohnhaft zu Berlin.
2. die Auguste Marie Pauline Wilke, ohne Gewerbe der Persönlichkeit nach in gleicher Weise wie der Verlobte Fausack anerkannt, evangelische Religion, geboren den neunzehnten August des Jahres tausend acht hundert sechszig und sechs zu Berlin wohnhaft zu Berlin in der Zossenerstrasse No. 36, Tochter des Getreide Wägers Christian Albert Wilke, verstorben und zuletzt wohnhaft zu Berlin, und dessen Ehefrau Friederike Wilhelmine geboren Halisch, wohnhaft zu Berlin.

Als Zeugen waren zugezogen und erschienen:
3. der Maler Rudolph Senftleben der Persönlichkeit nach auf Grund des Landsturm.Scheins anerkannt, zweiundzwanzig Jahre alt, wohnhaft zu Berlin in der Schlegelstrasse No. 14.
4. der Jung feldwebel Hermann Thiele der Persönlichkeit nach auf Grund der Bestallung anerkannt, achtundzwanzig Jahre alt, wohnhaft zu Spandau, Kreis Ost-Havelland.

In Gegenwart der Zeugen richtete der Standesbeamte an die Verlobten einzeln und nach einander die Frage:
ob sie erklären, daß sie die Ehe mit einander eingehen wollen. Die Verlobten beantworteten diese Frage bejahend und erfolgte hierauf der Ausspruch des Standesbeamten, daß er sie nunmehr kraft des Gesetzes für rechtmäßig verbundene Eheleute erkläre.

Vorgelesen, genehmigt und unterschreiben
Hermann Fausak
Marie Fausack geborene Wilke
Rudolph Senftleben
Hermann Thiele

Der Standesbeamte.
Berduschek ? 
 
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Fausack, Wilhelm Karl Hermann; 1919; registration of death at age 54 in Berlin, Germany.
Fausack, Wilhelm Karl Hermann; 1919; registration of death at age 54 in Berlin, Germany.
 
 
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Fausack, Wilhelm; 1820-1823; book reference to Wilhelm Fausack at Heidelbacher Glasshütte.
Fausack, Wilhelm; 1820-1823; book reference to Wilhelm Fausack at Heidelbacher Glasshütte.
This book by Alrecht Kirsche, dated 2005, requires further research and translation. This and other books make repeated reference to a Wilhelm Fausack, a glassmaker from Glashütte Heidelbach bei Freiberg. 
 
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Fausack, Wilhelm; 1823; book reference
Fausack, Wilhelm; 1823; book reference
This German language book refers to Wilhelm Fausack, a glass maker from Glasshütte Heidelbach bei Freiberg. It requires further research and translation. 
 
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Fausack, Wilhelm; 1835; article in Der Breslauer Erzähler.
Fausack, Wilhelm; 1835; article in Der Breslauer Erzähler.
The article describes a glass works owned by Herr Fausack. 
 
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Fausack, Wilhelm; 1845: publication mentioning Wilhelm Fausack in Breslau, Schlesien (selected pages only).
Fausack, Wilhelm; 1845: publication mentioning Wilhelm Fausack in Breslau, Schlesien (selected pages only).
The publication is "Bericht �ber die im Jahre 1845 zu Breslau abgehaltene Neunte Versammlung deutsch Land- und Forstwirthe herausgegeben von dem Vorstande derselben.", or "Report on the meeting held in 1845 at Breslau Ninth Assembly German Land and Forest Keepers issued by the same boards." W. Fausack is noted as member of the organization and also as a "H�ttenbesitzer (factory manager)in K�nigsh�tte, Schlesien" (now Chorz�w, Poland). 
 
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Fausack, Wilhelm; 1870; book reference. This Wilhelm Fausack may be Wilhelm Carl Christoph Fausack (i9301), husband of Bertha Henriette Trautschold.
Fausack, Wilhelm; 1870; book reference. This Wilhelm Fausack may be Wilhelm Carl Christoph Fausack (i9301), husband of Bertha Henriette Trautschold.
MARCINEK, Roman: Dane historyczne dla miejscowości w obrębie Bieszczadzkiego Parku Narodowego i otuliny

1869-1870: Majątek Stuposiany Dolne Antonina i Józef Holland de Gründenfels sprzedali Usonowi br Künsberg. O prawo własności do majątku na drodze sądowej występowala Ksawera Wisłocka: ASR Sanok, whl 145. 1870: Właściciele majątku Stuposiany Dolne i Gorne oraz Berezki zawarli umowę na trzydziestoletnią dzierzawę z Wilhelmem Fausack. Przejął on w zarząd folwark w Stuposianach...

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MARCINEK, Roman: Historical data for cities around the Bieszczady National Park and buffer zone

1869-1870: Lower Estate Stuposiany Antoinette and Joseph Holland de Gründenfels sold Usonowi Künsberg year. The ownership of the property through the courts she performed Xavier Wisłocka: ASR Sanok, 145th WHL. 1870: Owners of property Stuposiany lower and upper and Berezki entered into an agreement for lease of thirty years with William Fausack. He took over the management of a farm in Stuposiany…
 
 
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Fausack, Wilhelm; 1874
Fausack, Wilhelm; 1874
 
 
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Fausack, Wilhelm; 1884; death registration from Jauer, Lower Silesia, Prussia.
Fausack, Wilhelm; 1884; death registration from Jauer, Lower Silesia, Prussia.
 
 
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Fausack, Wilhelm; 1916; entry in the 'Deutsche Verlustlisten 1914 bis 1917'
Fausack, Wilhelm; 1916; entry in the "Deutsche Verlustlisten 1914 bis 1917"
Fausack is shown to have been from Magdeburg, and missing in action. 
 
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Fausack, Wilhelmine Friederike Dorothea; 1826; birth registration from Zaatzke, Brandenburg, Germany
Fausack, Wilhelmine Friederike Dorothea; 1826; birth registration from Zaatzke, Brandenburg, Germany
 
 
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Fausack, Wilhelmine Friederike Dorothea; 1850; marriage to Joachim Christian Feul in Werder (bei Neuruppin), Brandenburg, Germany
Fausack, Wilhelmine Friederike Dorothea; 1850; marriage to Joachim Christian Feul in Werder (bei Neuruppin), Brandenburg, Germany
 
 
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Fausack, Willi; 1914; entry in list of students at the Realgymnasium zu Malchin, Mecklenburg.
Fausack, Willi; 1914; entry in list of students at the Realgymnasium zu Malchin, Mecklenburg.
Shown as born in Pritzwalk and in the Obersekunda class (generally the 11th school year). The asterisk denotes that he left the school during this school year (reasons unknown0. 
 
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Fausack, Willi; 1917; noted on German Casualty List in World War I.
Fausack, Willi; 1917; noted on German Casualty List in World War I.
Described as slightly wounded, location unknown. 
 
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Fausack, Willi; 1942; entry in the Tübingen Adreßbuch.
Fausack, Willi; 1942; entry in the Tübingen Adreßbuch.
Willi Fausak owned and/or operated a cinema at Stadtgraben 2 and lived at Rägelstrasse 1 in 1942 
 
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Fausack, Willy; 1887; book reference
Fausack, Willy; 1887; book reference
Literature reference (in German) to Willy Fausack (1887-1945) and Rosa Kellner; this reference requires further investigation and translation.
 
 
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Fausack, Willy; 1940; internet reference
Fausack, Willy; 1940; internet reference
Internet reference to Willy Fausack from http://www.allekinos.com/TUEBINGENMuseum.htm.  
 
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Fausack, Wittwe (widow); 1853; name entry in official government journal (selected pages only).
Fausack, Wittwe (widow); 1853; name entry in official government journal (selected pages only).
This reference to "Wittwe (widow) Fausack in Zechlin" is found in the "Amtsblatt der Koniglichen Regierung zu Potsdam, Jahrgang 1853", or the "Official Journal of the Royal Government in Potsdam, Year of 1853". It appears to document the court-enforced sale of the property of Wittwe Fausack. The identity of Wittwe Fausack in presently unconfirmed, but the most likely person is thought to be Johanna Louisa Auguste nee Langefeld Fausack, whose husband Stellmacher (wheelwright) Johann Friedrich Andreas Fausack died in 1847 in Flecken Zechlin. The numbers 245 and 433 following her name are believed to be page numbers in other documents that have not yet been identified or located.  
 
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Fausack,Jochim; 1661; baptismal record (8th from top) from the Lenzen Ev. churchbook.
Fausack,Jochim; 1661; baptismal record (8th from top) from the Lenzen Ev. churchbook.
"dom XXII trin. Jochim Jacob Fausacken"
"10 Nov (1661) Jochim, (son of) Jacob Fausack" 
 
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Fausack,Johanna Sophie Dorothea Friederica; 1818; birth registration (# 27) from Dorf Zechlin, Brandenburg.
Fausack,Johanna Sophie Dorothea Friederica; 1818; birth registration (# 27) from Dorf Zechlin, Brandenburg.
Baptismal sponsors included Frau Frischmuth geb Fausack (Dorothea Fausak); Frau Fausack geb Langefeld; Johann Koll; and others. 
 
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Fausack; 1498; book reference
Fausack; 1498; book reference
This German language article, dated variously 1941, 1946, 1948, or 1949, refers to a Mecklenburger Fausak who was apparently a wood sculptor of devotional statuary; Fausak is reported to have died in 1498. The article is available online and requires further research and translation. 
 
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Fausack; 16-17 century; book reference
Fausack; 16-17 century; book reference
This book requires further research and translation. 
 
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Fausack; 1686-1687; book reference
Fausack; 1686-1687; book reference
Book reference to Hans and Johann Fausack (also spelled Faustsack)from 1686-1687. This German language books needs to be accessed and further investigated. 
 
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Fausack; 1824; book reference
Fausack; 1824; book reference
This German language book, "Archiv für die gesammte Naturlehre, Volume 2" by Karl Wilhelm Gottlob Kastner, published by Johann Leonhard Schrag in 1824, contains a reference to "Herr Fausack" (probably Wilhelm Fausack who is also referenced in other books of the period) on page 203. The article requires further research. 
 
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Fausack; 1830 ca; book reference
Fausack; 1830 ca; book reference
This German-language book from 1830 makes reference to a Fausack; it requires further research and translation. 
 
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Fausack; 1905; school record of a student shown only as 'Fausack' enrolled in a course on Botany and Zoology.
Fausack; 1905; school record of a student shown only as "Fausack" enrolled in a course on Botany and Zoology.
Carl Hermann Bernhard Fausack is the only Fausack male of the appropriate age and living in central Berlin in 1905-1906. This assumption could be incorrect. 
 
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Fausack; 1928; book reference
Fausack; 1928; book reference
This 1928 German-language book refers to a Fausak; it requires further research and translation. 
 
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Fausack; 1928; book reference 2
Fausack; 1928; book reference 2
This German language book refers to Fausack; it requires further research and translation.

Title Veröffentlichungen der Historischen Kommission für die Provinz Brandenburg und die Reichshauptstadt Berlin, Volume 4
Veröffentlichungen der Historischen Kommission für die Provinz Brandenburg und die Reichshauptstadt Berlin, Historische Kommission für die Provinz Brandenburg und die Reichshauptstadt Berlin
Authors Historische Kommission für die Provinz Brandenburg und die Reichshauptstadt Berlin, Victor Herold
Publisher Im Kommissions-verlag von Gsellius, 1928
Original from the University of California
Digitized Apr 8, 2010 
 
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Fausack; 1929; book reference
Fausack; 1929; book reference
This German language book from 1929 makes reference to Fausack; it requires further research and translation. 
 
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Fausak (Fausack), Edward Louis; 1941; newspaper article regarding purchase of a commercial bakery in Freehold NJ USA.
Fausak (Fausack), Edward Louis; 1941; newspaper article regarding purchase of a commercial bakery in Freehold NJ USA.
 
 
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Fausak (Fosak), Marianne; 1890; record of birth in Wolka Smoszewska, Nowy Dwor Mazowiecki, Mazowieckie, Poland.
Fausak (Fosak), Marianne; 1890; record of birth in Wolka Smoszewska, Nowy Dwor Mazowiecki, Mazowieckie, Poland.
This happened in Wyszogrod on the 17th/29th of June 1890 at 4:00 o'clock in the afternoon. Julius Fausak, 29 years old, a laborer from Wolka Smoszewska, appeared in the presence of Karl Schlag(?), 27 years old, and Michael Nitsch(?), 40 years old, both farmers from Mochty, presented to us a child of the female sex, stating that the child was born in Wolka Smoszewska on the 26th of February/10th of March of this year at 4:00 o'clock in the afternoon from his lawful wife Dorothea, born Berwald, 28 years old. To this child at holy baptism, performed on this day, was given the name Marianna. The godparents were the first witness and Marianna ____. This document, late because of the father's absence, was read aloud to the declarant and to all witnesses, who are all illiterate, and signed by us alone. Pastor of Wyszygrod parish, B. Godel. 
 
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Fausak (Turkestan); 1956; book reference
Fausak (Turkestan); 1956; book reference
This German-language book from 1956 refers to a Fausack in some undefined Turkish context; it requires further research and translation. 
 
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Fausak Albert; 1927; naturalization certificate conferring German citizenship.
Fausak Albert; 1927; naturalization certificate conferring German citizenship.
The Naturalization Certificate shows Albert as a farmer in Gniadtken, Kreise Neidenburg, Prussia. He was born 29 November 1900 in Janowka, Kreis Ciechanow, Plock, Poland.  
 
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Fausak children; c 1933; at family farm on Hinchman Road, Bridgman, MI, USA.
Fausak children; c 1933; at family farm on Hinchman Road, Bridgman, MI, USA.
Left to right: Emma (~11), Adeline (~18), Richard (~7), Elsie (~15), and Ewald (~13); the eldest son Ernest is absent. 
 
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Fausak family; c 1924; probably in Muschaken, East Prussia.
Fausak family; c 1924; probably in Muschaken, East Prussia.
Standing (l. to r.): Albert Fausak, Natalie nee Fausak Sommerfeld, Ludwig Sommerfeld, Olga nee Teise Fausak, and Emma Fausak. Seated are Emil Fausak, Louise nee Hein Fausak, and Robert Fausak. The boy is Edward Fausak, son of Robert and Olga. Emil Fausak lived in the US by this time; he visited his mother in December 1923 and Dec 1924, and then returned again for Albert's marriage to Emma Jakobus in 1928. Emil's son Albert Emil Fausak, at the age of 16, was best man in his uncle Albert's wedding. 
 
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Fausak geb, Höger; 1773; death registration from Cumlosen KB (last entry on page).
Fausak geb, Höger; 1773; death registration from Cumlosen KB (last entry on page).
den 17ten Jan. ist gestorben und den 18ten still beerdigt wordn
eine alte Einspännerin Fr. Elisaeth Sophia Hoegern
vewitwete Fausacken
hitz. Brustfieber 63J
 
 
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Fausak geb. Golnik, Albertine; 1942; resettlement papers used during WW II.
Fausak geb. Golnik, Albertine; 1942; resettlement papers used during WW II.
 
 
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Fausak geb. Redmann, Anna; 1898; record of death in Neu Swidry, Poland.
Fausak geb. Redmann, Anna; 1898; record of death in Neu Swidry, Poland.
"This happened in Nowy Dwor on the 21st of May/2nd of June 1898 at 11:00 in the morning. Edward Schultz, 34 years old, and Karl Fausak, 53 years old, both farmers from Neu Swidry, appeared and stated that yesterday in New Swidry at 2:00 in the morning died Ann Fausak, born Redmann, a widow of deceased Johann Fausak, age 91 years old residing with her son in New Swidry, born in Wola Bledowska, daughter of the deceased couple Michael Redmann and Ewa, born Freimuth. After eyewitness testimony of the death of Anna Fausak this document was read to the declarant and illiterate witnesses and signed by us only. Pastor Schultz." 
 
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Fausak geb. Schenke, Louise; 1874; record of death at age 18 in Mogowo from the Nasielsk Ev. parish church books.  Louise died days after the birth of her daughter Rosalie.
Fausak geb. Schenke, Louise; 1874; record of death at age 18 in Mogowo from the Nasielsk Ev. parish church books. Louise died days after the birth of her daughter Rosalie.
"This happened in the city of Nasielsk on the 6th/18th of October 1874 at 10:00 in the morning. Johann Jek, 25 years old, and Michael Locht(?), 46 years old, both farmers from Mogowo, appeared and announced that yesterday at 11:00 in the evening in Mogowo died Louise, born Schinke, 19 years old, the wife of the farmer Adolf Fausak of Mogowo, the daughter of the farmer Michael Schinke and his wife Marianna born Jeck. Surviving after her death is her widowed husband Ludwig Fausak. After eyewitness testimony on the death of Louise Fausak, born Schinke, this document was read aloud to all illiterate witnesses and signed by us only. B. Behrends(?)." 
 
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Fausak geb. Schenke, Rosalia; 1885; Russian-language death record from Mogowo, Poland.
Fausak geb. Schenke, Rosalia; 1885; Russian-language death record from Mogowo, Poland.
"This happened in the city of Nasielsk on the 7/19th of February 1885 at 2:00 in the afternoon. Johann Ulrich, 55 years old, and Michael Locht, 56 years old, appeared and announced that yesterday at 10:00 in the morning died Rosalie Fausak, born Schinke, 27 years old, born and residing in Mogowo, wife of the farmer and widower after her death Ludwig Fausak, and daughter of deceased Michael Schinke and his wife Marie born Jeck. After eyewitness testimony on the death of Rosalie Fausak, this document was read to the iliterate witnesses and signed by us only. A. Damowski(?)"  
 
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Fausak genannt Hoffman, Karl Wilhelm; 1856; entry in the Stammrolle for Neuruppin.
Fausak genannt Hoffman, Karl Wilhelm; 1856; entry in the Stammrolle for Neuruppin.
Karl Wilhelm was born in Breslau (present day Wroclaw, Poland). His parents were not named, but he worked in Neuruppin so he was added to the Neuruppin Stammrolle (military draft register). It may be that he was an illegitimate child and was authorised to use his father's surname, or his mother was married to a Hoffmann after his birth and he was named after his stepfather. Unusually for the time, his surname was spelled without the "c". He appears to have been inducted into the army in 1856, trained, and released to the reserves in 1858.
 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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Fausak nee Jakobus, Emma Emilie; 1904-1997; headstone
Fausak nee Jakobus, Emma Emilie; 1904-1997; headstone
 
 
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Fausak nee Kunkel, Adele (Otillie); 1930; obituary
Fausak nee Kunkel, Adele (Otillie); 1930; obituary
 
 
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Fausak nee Leichwitz, Hulda; 1911; US entry record.
Fausak nee Leichwitz, Hulda; 1911; US entry record.
She arrived with her children Albert, Ludwig, and Alfred, and also her sister Martha Haase. Her destination is her husband Gottlieb Fausak at 133 Morris Street, Jersey City NJ. Confusingly, her father is shown as Johann Haase; other information shows her parents as Wilhelm Leichwitz and Emilie Litge. 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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Fausak nee Schinke, Regina; 1902; record of death at age 36 in Mogowo, Poland.
Fausak nee Schinke, Regina; 1902; record of death at age 36 in Mogowo, Poland.
"This happened in Nasielsk on the 10th/23rd of January 1902 at 1:00 in the afternoon. Julian Look, 44 years old, and Ludwig Ulrich, 37 years old, both farmers from Mogowo, appeared and announced that yesterday in Mogowo at 6:00 in the evening died Regina Fausak, born Schinke, a farmer from Mogowo, 36 years old, the daughter of Michael Schinke and his wife Marianna born Jeck. Surviving after her death is the widower Johann Fausak. After eyewitness testimony of the death of Regina Fausak, born Schinke this document was read to the illiterate witnesses and signed by us alone. Pastor A. Damowski(?)."  
 
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Fausak nee Wittlieb, Rose; 1942; newspaper notice of death in Hightstown NJ USA.
Fausak nee Wittlieb, Rose; 1942; newspaper notice of death in Hightstown NJ USA.
 
 
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Fausak nee Wittlieb, Rosine Antonia; 1942; headstone
Fausak nee Wittlieb, Rosine Antonia; 1942; headstone
Interred next to husband Edward Fausak. 
 
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Fausak nee Zukowski, Ewa Catherine; 1872; registration of death at age 21 in Brzezinki, Poland.
Fausak nee Zukowski, Ewa Catherine; 1872; registration of death at age 21 in Brzezinki, Poland.
It happened in the town of Nowy Dwor on the 1st/13th of July 1872 at 12:00 o'clock in the afternoon there appeared witnesses Heinrich Götz, age 72 years, and Friedrich Goetz, age 50 years, both farmers from Brzezinki, who declared that 2:00 in the afternoon in Brzezinki Ewa Fausak died at the age of 21 years. She was the daughter of Ferdinand Zukowski, a farmer from Brzezinki and his wife Louisa, born Bankowska, and leaves her husband Ludwig Fausak. After eyewitness testimony on the death of Ewa Fausak this document was read to the declarants and illiterate witnesses and was signed by us alone. Pastor L. Wernitz. 
 
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Fausak nee?, Lillian; 1930; US federal census record
Fausak nee?, Lillian; 1930; US federal census record
Fausak is Lillian's married name; her maiden name and the name of her husband are unknown as of 2011. 
 
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Fausak Riell, Margaret G,; 1967; Social Security application
Fausak Riell, Margaret G,; 1967; Social Security application
Thia person is listed in the SSDI as Margaret G. Fausak Reill. This copy of her SSA application shows her name at age 15 as Margaret G. Vassallo. The names of her parents were redacted from the application by the SSA because they may still have been living at the time the copy was provided. 
 
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Fausak Robert; c1975; with wife Olga nee Teise.
Fausak Robert; c1975; with wife Olga nee Teise.
 
 
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Fausak, (Catharine) Dorothea; 1922; registration of marriage to Friedrich Sygner (Sikinger) in Zakroczym, Poland.
Fausak, (Catharine) Dorothea; 1922; registration of marriage to Friedrich Sygner (Sikinger) in Zakroczym, Poland.
Record, in Latin, from Roman Catholic parish register and transcripts of births, marriages, and deaths for Zakroczym (Nowy Dwor Mazowiecki), Warszawa, Poland (LDS film 8020852). At that time, the Catholic church was the designated civil record agency in Poland.  
 
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Fausak, (Christian) Friedrich; 1823; registration of marriage to Caroline Wind (Winter) in Zakroczym, Poland.
Fausak, (Christian) Friedrich; 1823; registration of marriage to Caroline Wind (Winter) in Zakroczym, Poland.
Registration, in Latin, from the Roman Catholic parish register and transcripts of births, marriages, and deaths for Zakroczym (Nowy Dwor Mazowiecki), Warszawa, Poland (LDS film 8020852). 
 
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Fausak, Adam Edward; 1885; record of birth in Zakroczym, Mazowiecki, Poland
Fausak, Adam Edward; 1885; record of birth in Zakroczym, Mazowiecki, Poland
This happened in the city of Nowy Dwor on the 12th/24th of February 1885 at 1:00 in the afternoon. Julius Fausak, 24 years old, a laborer from Zakroczym, appeared and in the presence of witnesses Karl Badmeister, 34 years old, a laborer from Zakroczym and Samuel Berwald, 23 years old, a farmer from Wolka Smoszewska, presented to us a child of the male sex stating that he was born in Zakroczym on the 19th/22nd of February at 8:00 in the morning from his lawful wife Dorothea born Berwald, 24 years old. To this child at holy baptism performed on this day was given the names Adam Edward. The godparents were Samuel Berwald and Elizabeth Baumgart. This document was read aloud to all illiterate witnesses and signed by us alone. Pastor L. Behrens. 
 
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Fausak, Adele nee Kunkel; 1930; death record
Fausak, Adele nee Kunkel; 1930; death record
 
 
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Fausak, Adele; 1890; record of birth in Neu Swidry, Poland.
Fausak, Adele; 1890; record of birth in Neu Swidry, Poland.
"This happened in Nowy Dwor on the 22nd of July/ 3rd of August 1890 at 2:00 in the afternoon. Karl Fausak, 45 years old, farmer from Neu Swidry appeared and in the presence of witnesses Ludwig Look, 45 years old, and Karl Schultz, 30 years old, both farmers from Neu Swidry, presented to us a child of the female sex stating that she was born in Neu Swidry on the 2nd/14th of July at 11:00 in the evening from his lawful wife Anna born Kuhn, 44 years old. To this child at holy baptism performed on this day was given the name Adele. The godparents were Karl Schultz and Maria Johann Schultz. This document late because of family circumstances, was read aloud to all illiterate witnesses and signed by us alone. Pastor Schultz."  
 
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Fausak, Adele; 1912; wedding portrait of Adele and Edmund Emil Lentz, probably in Tarchomin, Warsaw, Poland.
Fausak, Adele; 1912; wedding portrait of Adele and Edmund Emil Lentz, probably in Tarchomin, Warsaw, Poland.
 
 
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Fausak, Adele; c1950; probably in Lansing MI.
Fausak, Adele; c1950; probably in Lansing MI.
Adele is on the left, with her husband Edmund Lentz on the right. In the center are Louise (Peter Ludwig) Fausak and his wife Helene nee Radtke. Adele and Louis were first cousins. 
 
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Fausak, Adeline; 1915; birth registration
Fausak, Adeline; 1915; birth registration
The entry in the registry shows the given name Amelie; that is either in error, or there was a change of mind by Adolf and Amelie. 
 
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Fausak, Adeline; 1915; birth registration
Fausak, Adeline; 1915; birth registration
This record, written on the day of birth, is presumably Adeline Fausak even though the name is clearly shown as Amelia. The parents may have changed the name to Adeline shortly after birth. This record does not suggest a twin; the child is shown as the 2nd child of the mother (the first being Ottilie, 1913-1916). 
 
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Fausak, Adeline; 1929 ca.; confirmation
Fausak, Adeline; 1929 ca.; confirmation
 
 
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Fausak, Adolf; 1888; record of birth in Mogowo, Russian Poland.
Fausak, Adolf; 1888; record of birth in Mogowo, Russian Poland.
"This happened in the city of Nasielsk on the 19th/31st of January 1888 at 3:00 in the afternoon. Ludwig Fausak, 42 years old, a farmer from Mogowo appeared and, in the presence of witnesses Johann Ulrich, farmer, 52 years old, and Michael Kruger, laborer, 36 years old, both residing in Mogowo, presented to us a child of the male sex, stating that he was born in Mogowo on the 18th/30th of January at 5:00 in the afternoon from his lawful wife Louise, born Hein, 25 years old. To this child at holy baptism performed on this dar was given the name Adolf. The godparents were Gottlieb Kittlitz and Marianna Kurtz(?)." 
 
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Fausak, Adolf; 1905; entry record.
Fausak, Adolf; 1905; entry record.
Surname misspelled Fauscik; he was apparently traveling alone. Birthplace shown as Janofko (Janowko), Russia. Destination is brother G Fauscik (sic) in Jersey City NJ. 
 
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Fausak, Adolf; 1906; entry record
Fausak, Adolf; 1906; entry record
Surname misspelled Fausek. Traveling with brother Edward; both listed their origin as Posan, Germany, and their destination as brother Carl in Jersey City NJ. Both claim not to have entered the US before, even though they had both done so. 
 
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Fausak, Adolf; 1908 ca; with Lydia Caroline Fausak and (possibly) Wanda Fausak.
Fausak, Adolf; 1908 ca; with Lydia Caroline Fausak and (possibly) Wanda Fausak.
Adolf is believed to be about 20 years old in this photo taken in Jersey City NJ. The girl on his right side is believed to be his cousin Lydia Caroline Fausak (age about 10), and the girl on his left may be his sister Wanda Fausak (age about 16). 
 
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Fausak, Adolf; 1909 ca; portrait with brother Peter Ludwig and (probably) sister Olga.
Fausak, Adolf; 1909 ca; portrait with brother Peter Ludwig and (probably) sister Olga.
Adolf Fausak is standing on the right, and his half-brother Peter Ludwig Fausak is standing on the left. The girl has not been positively identified, but may be Adolf's younger sister Olga Fausak, who entered the US at age 18 with Adolf in March 1909. 
 
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Fausak, Adolf; 1909; Ellis Island entry record
Fausak, Adolf; 1909; Ellis Island entry record
Adolf and his younger sister Olga entered along with several other relatives and friends from Poland, including Ferdinand Schinke, age 22, from Wola Wodzyinska; Peter Sonnenberg, age 27, from Shistowo; Ludwig Krieger, age 24, from Mogowo; Ewa Krieger, age 32, from Mogowo; Emil Fandrei, age 34, from Biele; and Edward Sommerfeld, age 20, from Wola.  
 
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Fausak, Adolf; 1911; entry into US at age 24 at Ellis Island on 6 Jun 1911.
Fausak, Adolf; 1911; entry into US at age 24 at Ellis Island on 6 Jun 1911.
Adolf was apparently traveling with Karl Fichow, age 27; both indicated their nearest relative in Europe as living in Bialibord (not found) and their destination as Edward Fausak in Jersey City NJ. They sailed aboard the SS Grosse Kurfurst from Bremen on 27 May 1911. Adolf indicated that he had been in the US previously in 1902 and 1904. Both Adolf and Karl were detained for one day and then admitted; the cause of detention shown as C.L. (contract labor) for Karl, and LPC (likely public charge) for Adolf. 
 
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Fausak, Adolf; 1911; entry into US at Ellis Island.
Fausak, Adolf; 1911; entry into US at Ellis Island.
 
 
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Fausak, Adolf; 1911; entry record
Fausak, Adolf; 1911; entry record
Surname misspelled Faosak. Adolf is listed as a "Non-Immigrant Alien" whose destination is his brother Edward Fausak in Jersey City NJ; he lists prior entries in 1904(?) and 1909. His father Ludwig is shown as living in Bialibord, Russia. 
 
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Fausak, Adolf; 1911; entry record special inquiry
Fausak, Adolf; 1911; entry record special inquiry
Adolf was detained for about one day--long enough to get three meals--before being release. The Cause for Detention was noted as LPC (i.e., likely public charge) which suggests that he wan unable to convince the authorities that he was self-sufficient or had relatives on the outside.  
 
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Fausak, Adolf; 1913 ca
Fausak, Adolf; 1913 ca
Adolf seated with (l to r) step-brother Adolf Rennspies, brother Emil Fausak, and half-brother Peter Ludwig Fausak. 
 
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Fausak, Adolf; 1913; marriage to Amalie Fehlauer
Fausak, Adolf; 1913; marriage to Amalie Fehlauer
The man seated next to Amalie is believed to be her brother Hermann Fehlauer (1881<1950), and the man standing behind Adolf Fausak is Amalie's brother Karl Fehlauer (1885-1950). The woman seated at the right front is Amanda Fausak (later Look), and the man standing at far right is Adolf's half-brother Peter Ludwig Fausak (1883-1964). The young woman on the far left is Lydia Kretschmann, daughter of Adolf's older sister Louise Fausak Kretschmann; the man with her may be her father Robert Kretschmann. The two other women standing in the back may be Ottilie Rinau and Auguste Krause, both of whom were in the wedding party. The man in the rear center is unidentified. The boy in front is not identified but may be Reinhold Kretschmann, son of Robert and sister of Lydia. 
 
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Fausak, Adolf; 1913; marriage to Amalie Fehlauer
Fausak, Adolf; 1913; marriage to Amalie Fehlauer
The man seated next to Amalie is believed to be her brother Hermann Fehlauer (1881<1950), and the man standing behind Adolf Fausak is Amalie's brother Karl Fehlauer (1885-1950). The woman seated at the right front is Amanda Fausak (later Look), and the man standing at far right is Adolf's half-brother Peter Ludwig Fausak (1883-1964). The young woman on the far left is Lydia Kretschmann, daughter of Adolf's older sister Louise Fausak Kretschmann; the man with her may be her father Robert Kretschmann. The two other women standing in the back may be Ottilie Rinau and Auguste Krause, both of whom were in the wedding party. The man in the rear center is unidentified. The boy in front is not identified but may be Reinhold Kretschmann, son of Robert and sister of Lydia. 
 
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Fausak, Adolf; 1914 ca.; with Amalie and their first child Ottilie
Fausak, Adolf; 1914 ca.; with Amalie and their first child Ottilie
 
 
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Fausak, Adolf; 1920; US federal census
Fausak, Adolf; 1920; US federal census
 
 
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Fausak, Adolf; 1920; with wife Amalie
Fausak, Adolf; 1920; with wife Amalie
Adolf driving wagon with the first farm horse, named "Dan", after moving to Berrien County, Michigan; the horse was bought in 1920 from Leo Stelter for $80. Also in the wagon are Amalie Fausak with children Adeline, Ernest, and Elsie, and (apparently) another unknown woman. 
 
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Fausak, Adolf; 1928; with farm horses
Fausak, Adolf; 1928; with farm horses
Adolf Fausak is pictured on the family farm on Hinchman Road in Bridgman MI with two workhorses, Knobby and Flora, in 1928. 
 
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Fausak, Adolf; 1930; US federal census
Fausak, Adolf; 1930; US federal census
 
 
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Fausak, Adolf; 1935 ca;
Fausak, Adolf; 1935 ca;
Men, l to r: Carl Fehlauer, Rhine Schmaltz, Charles Sharnowske, Sam Schmaltz, Ed Rhode, Adolf Fausak, Mike Pechtel. Women, l to r: Amalie nee Fehlauer Fausak, Mrs. Ed Schmaltz, Rhine Schmaltz, Matilde nee Stelter Schmatltz (Mrs. Rhine Schmaltz), Hattie B. Nee Schmaltz Sharnowske, Mrs. Mike Pechtel. 
 
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Fausak, Adolf; 1937 ca.: family portrait
Fausak, Adolf; 1937 ca.: family portrait
 
 
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Fausak, Adolf; 1940 ca.; with (l to r) Albert Jesswein, Richard Fausak, and Ernest Fausak
Fausak, Adolf; 1940 ca.; with (l to r) Albert Jesswein, Richard Fausak, and Ernest Fausak
 
 
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Fausak, Adolf; 1941 ca.; with Amalie and family members
Fausak, Adolf; 1941 ca.; with Amalie and family members
Photo taken at Adolf's farmhouse. The occasion may have been the baptism of Lenard. 
 
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Fausak, Adolf; 1943 ca.; with family members
Fausak, Adolf; 1943 ca.; with family members
 
 
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Fausak, Adolf; 1943 ca.; with wife Amalie and other family members
Fausak, Adolf; 1943 ca.; with wife Amalie and other family members
 
 
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Fausak, Adolf; 1944 ca.; with wife Amalie nee Fehlauer
Fausak, Adolf; 1944 ca.; with wife Amalie nee Fehlauer
 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 

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