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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. 
 
409
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
 
 
414
Fausak, Adolf; 1944 ca.; with wife Amalie nee Fehlauer
Fausak, Adolf; 1944 ca.; with wife Amalie nee Fehlauer
 
 
415
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, Adolf; 1955; Social Security application
Fausak, Adolf; 1955; Social Security application
 
 
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Fausak, Adolf; 1960 ca.;
Fausak, Adolf; 1960 ca.;
 
 
419
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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Fausak, Adolf; 1960; with wife Amalie and grandchildren
Fausak, Adolf; 1960; with wife Amalie and grandchildren
 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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Fausak, Adolf; 1963; with Amalie on their 50th wedding anniversary
Fausak, Adolf; 1963; with Amalie on their 50th wedding anniversary
 
 
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Fausak, Adolf; 1963; with wife Amalie and with Karl and Christine Jesswein
Fausak, Adolf; 1963; with wife Amalie and with Karl and Christine Jesswein
 
 
424
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
425
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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Fausak, Adolph (1888-1979) and Amalie nee Fehlauer (1889-1978)
Fausak, Adolph (1888-1979) and Amalie nee Fehlauer (1889-1978)
 
 
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Fausak, Adolph; 1917; WW I draft registration card.
Fausak, Adolph; 1917; WW I draft registration card.
Adolph reported that he was born in Tchernigoff (Chernigov?), Russia, but was in 1917 a subject of Germany. He was in fact born in Mogowo, near Nasielsk, in central Poland. In June 1917 he lived at 5927 La Salle in Chicago with wife and children, and worked for the Rock Island Railroad in Blue Island IL. 
 
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Fausak, Albert and Emma nee Jakobus; 1929; German passport
Fausak, Albert and Emma nee Jakobus; 1929; German passport
 
 
429
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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Fausak, Albert Emil; 1928 ca.
Fausak, Albert Emil; 1928 ca.
Photograph taken during a trip to Poland in 1928 by Albert, his parents, and his sister Bertha. Albert attended his Uncle Albert Fausak at his marriage to Emma Jacokus in Muschaken, East Prussia. This picture may have been taken at that event. 
 
431
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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Fausak, Albert: 1901; Russian language record of birth in Janowko gm. Sonsk, Poland.
Fausak, Albert: 1901; Russian language record of birth in Janowko gm. Sonsk, Poland.
"This happened in Przasnyz on the 26th of January/8th of February 1901 at 12:00 in the afternoon. Ludwig Fausak, 53 years old, farmer from Janowko appeared and in the presence of witnesses Michael Kupp(?), 30 years old, a farmer from Wola Wodzynska and Efraim Hein, 50 years old, farmer from Janowko, presented to us a child of the male sex stating that he was born in Janowko on the 16th/29th of December 1900 at 9:00 in the evening from his lawful wife Louise born Hein, 43 years old. To this child at holy baptism performed on this day was given the name Albert. The godparents were the first witness and Ewa Kissling. This document, late because of child's father's family circumstances, was read aloud to all illiterate witnesses and signed by us alone. Pastor Oscar Ernst."  
 
433
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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Fausak, Albert; 1901-1974; headstone
Fausak, Albert; 1901-1974; headstone
 
 
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Fausak, Albert; 1901-1974; headstone in Evansburg (AB) Cemetery.
Fausak, Albert; 1901-1974; headstone in Evansburg (AB) Cemetery.
 
 
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Fausak, Albert; 1901; transcription written in 1980 of Albert's delayed birth registration.
Fausak, Albert; 1901; transcription written in 1980 of Albert's delayed birth registration.
The document that was translated in Canada was apparently dated in 1928. 
 
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Fausak, Albert; 1906; record of christening on 26 Dec 1906 in Janowko gm. Sonsk, Poland.  He was born on 17 Mar 1905 in Jersey City, NJ, USA.
Fausak, Albert; 1906; record of christening on 26 Dec 1906 in Janowko gm. Sonsk, Poland. He was born on 17 Mar 1905 in Jersey City, NJ, USA.
"This happened in Przasnysz on the 13/16 of December 1906 at 6 in the evening. Gottlieb Fausak, a laborer from Janowko, 25 years old, appeared and in the presence of witnesses Ludwig Fausak, 59 years old and Efraim Hein, 55 years old, both farmers from Janowko, presented to us a child of the male sex, stating that the child was born in Jersey City, state of New York [sic], in America on the 4/17 of March of last year at 5 hours in the morning from his lawful wife Hulda Antonina Leichnitz, 26 years old. To their child at Holy Baptism , performed on this day, was given the name Albert. The godparents were Karl Fausak and Susanna Dittmann. This document, late because of family circumstances of the child's father, was read to the illiterate witnesses and signed only by us. Pastor Oscar Ernst." 
 
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Fausak, Albert; 1929
Fausak, Albert; 1929
 
 
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Fausak, Albert; 1929; with wife Emma nee Jakobus, Bremen
Fausak, Albert; 1929; with wife Emma nee Jakobus, Bremen
 
 
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Fausak, Albert; 1930; US federal census
Fausak, Albert; 1930; US federal census
 
 
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Fausak, Albert; 1949; newspaper clipping
Fausak, Albert; 1949; newspaper clipping
 
 
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Fausak, Albert; 1950; newspaper clipping
Fausak, Albert; 1950; newspaper clipping
 
 
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Fausak, Albert; 1955; newspaper clipping
Fausak, Albert; 1955; newspaper clipping
 
 
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Fausak, Albert; 1955; newspaper clipping
Fausak, Albert; 1955; newspaper clipping
 
 
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Fausak, Albert; 1955; newspaper clipping
Fausak, Albert; 1955; newspaper clipping
 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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Fausak, Albertine; 1900; record of birth in Bledowo, Poland
Fausak, Albertine; 1900; record of birth in Bledowo, Poland
"This happened in Nasielsk on the 28th of February/12th of March 1900 at 1:00 in the afternoon. Julian Fausak, 30 years old, laborer from Bledowo appeared and in the presence of witnesses Johann Maron, 47 years old, from Bledowo and Julius Hein(?), 38 years old, residing in Mogowo, presented to us a child of the female sex stating that she was born on the 2nd/14th of February of this year at 7:00 in the evening from his lawful wife Louise born Look, 30 years old. To this child at holy baptism performed on this day, late because of the father's family circumstances, was given the name Albertine. The godparents were Jacob Borau(?)and Albertine Markwart. This document read aloud to the declarant and illiterate witnesses and signed by us alone. Pastor A. Domowski(?)."  
 
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Fausak, Alexander; 1886; record of birth in Kolonia Modlinska, Poland.
Fausak, Alexander; 1886; record of birth in Kolonia Modlinska, Poland.
"This happened in Nowy Dwor on the 1st/13th of December 1886 at 12:00 in the afternoon. Johann Fausak, 36 years old, laborer from Kolonia Modlinska appeared and in the presence of witnesses Paul Schliske, 38 years old and Daniel Czarnetski, 42, years old, both laborers from Kolonia Modlinska, and presented to us a child of the male sex stating that he was born in Kolonia Modlinska on the 28th of November/10th of December at 1:00 in the afternoon from his lawful wife Wilhelmine born Rinau, 35 years old. To this child at holy baptism performed on this day was given the name Alexander. The godparents were Paul Schliske and Olga Schliske. This document was read aloud to all illiterate witnesses and signed by us alone. Pastor Wernitz." 
 
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Fausak, Alexander; 1888; record of death in Kolonia Modlinska, Poland.
Fausak, Alexander; 1888; record of death in Kolonia Modlinska, Poland.
"This happened in Nowy Dwor on the 19th of September/1st of October 1888 at 12:00 in the afternoon. Adolf Lentz and August Kintzel(?), both farmers from Kolonia Modlinska, both 38 years old appeared and announced yesterday in Kolonia Modlinska died Alexander Fausak, 2 years old, born and residing in the same place, son of Johann Fausak and his wife Wilhelmine born Rinau. After eyewitness testimony of the death of Alexander Fausak this document was read to the illiterate witnesses and signed by us alone. Pastor Wernitz." 
 
450
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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Fausak, Alfred Leonhard; 1923; birth
Fausak, Alfred Leonhard; 1923; birth
This image is from an index of births for the Ev. Church in Muschaken, East Prussia, Germany (now Muszaki, Poland). It shows the birth of Alfred in 1923; the complete record has not yet been found. 
 
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Fausak, Alfred, 1908; record of birth in Bledowo, Poland.
Fausak, Alfred, 1908; record of birth in Bledowo, Poland.
"This happened in the town of Nasielsk on the 28th of June/5th of July 1908 at 2:00 in the afternoon. Gottlieb Fausak, 28 years old, a farmer in Bledowo appeared and in the presence of witnesses Ludwig Fausak, 60 years old, a farmer from Janowka and George Sommerfeld, 50 years old a farmer from the village of Bledowo, presented to us a child of the male sex, stating that he was born in Bledowo yesterday at 9:00 in the morning from his lawful wife Hulda, born Leichnitz, 27 years old. To the child at Holy Baptism performed on this day, ws given the name Alfred, The godparents were Adolf Fausak and Ewa Leichnitz. This document was read to the declarent and the illiterate witnesses, and signed by us alone. Pastor A. Glemow(?)" 
 
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Fausak, Alfred; 1940 ca.
Fausak, Alfred; 1940 ca.
 
 
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Fausak, Alfred; 1943; serving in the Canadian Army at age 20
Fausak, Alfred; 1943; serving in the Canadian Army at age 20
 
 
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Fausak, Alfred; 1945; listing in 'U.S. Rosters of World War II Dead, 1939-1945'.
Fausak, Alfred; 1945; listing in "U.S. Rosters of World War II Dead, 1939-1945".
The column headings are not well documented, but are believed to be (l. to r.): code for cemetery in which they were buried or intended to be buried; plot, row, and grave number (blank in this case); last name; first name(s); rank (Staff Sergeant in Alfred's case); military service number; the remaining columns are even less clear, but may show race, religion, and other descriptors. It is not know that Alfred's remains were recovered or returned to the U.S. 
 
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Fausak, Alfred; 1945; New York Times listing of WWII casualties.
Fausak, Alfred; 1945; New York Times listing of WWII casualties.
 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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Fausak, Alfred; 1949; reburial
Fausak, Alfred; 1949; reburial
"Fausak to be Reburied Friday"

Alfred died 27 Dec 1944 in Belgium and was initially buried in Aachen, Germany. 
 
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Fausak, Amalia; 1874; death record from Pomocnia in the Nasielsk Ev. church books.
Fausak, Amalia; 1874; death record from Pomocnia in the Nasielsk Ev. church books.
"This happened in Nasielsk on the 1st/13th of September 1874 at 1:00 in the afternoon. Friedrich Rinau, 65 years old, and Johann Hapke(?), 53 years old, both farmers from Nowewola appeared and announced that yesterday in Pomocnia at 4:00 in the morning died Amalie Fausak, born in Pomocnia, 2 years old, the daughter of farmer Johann Fausak and his wife Anna born Sikinger. After eyewitness testimony on the death of Amalie Fausak, this document was read aloud to all illiterate witnesses and signed by us alone. Pastor V. Wernitz."  
 
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Fausak, Amalie nee Fehlauer; 1946; naturalization certificate
Fausak, Amalie nee Fehlauer; 1946; naturalization certificate
 
 
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Fausak, Amalie nee Fehlauer; 1969 ca.
Fausak, Amalie nee Fehlauer; 1969 ca.
 
 
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Fausak, Amalie; 1872; registration of birth to Johann Fausak and Anna Sikinger in Pomocnia, Poland.
Fausak, Amalie; 1872; registration of birth to Johann Fausak and Anna Sikinger in Pomocnia, Poland.
This happened in the town of Nasielsk on the 21st on November/30th of December 1872 at 5:00 o'clock in the afternoon. Johann Fausak, 49 years old, a farmer from Pomocnia, and in the presence of witnesses Jacob Rinau, 42 years old, and Johan Sikinger, 42 years old, both farmers from Pomocnia, presented to us a child of the female sex, stating that the child was born in Pomocnia on the 6th/18th of October of this year at 9:00 o'clock in the evening from his lawful wife Anna, born Sikinger, 46 years old. To this child at holy baptism, performed on this day, late because of father's business, was given the name Amalie. The godparents were Jacob Rinau and Amalie Sikinger. This document was read aloud to the declarant and to all present, who are all illiterate, and signed by us alone. Pastor W. Wernitz.  
 
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Fausak, Amanda; 1892; birth record from Mogowo, Poland
Fausak, Amanda; 1892; birth record from Mogowo, Poland
Parents shown as Ludwig Fausak and his wife Louise geb Hein. Witnessed were Julius Look and Wilhelm Simon. Baptismal sponsors were Johann Fausak and Anna Simon. 
 
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Fausak, Amanda; 1892; duplicate birth record from Mogowo, Poland
Fausak, Amanda; 1892; duplicate birth record from Mogowo, Poland
"This happened in Nasielsk on the 19th/31st of January 1892 at 2:00 in the afternoon. Ludwig Fausak, 44 years old, farm owner from Mogowo appeared and in the presence of witnesses Julius Look, 46 years old, and Wilhelm Simon, 49 years old, both farm owners from Mogowo, presented to us a child of the female sex stating that she was born yesterday in Mogowo at 5:00 in the afternoon from his lawful wife Louise born Hein, 30 years old. To this child at holy baptism performed on this day was given the name Amanda. The godparents were Johann Fausak and Anne Simon. This document was read aloud to all illiterate witnesses and signed by us alone. Pastor A. Damowski(?)."  
 
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Fausak, Amanda; 1892; record of birth in Mogowo from the Nasielsk Ev. churchbooks.
Fausak, Amanda; 1892; record of birth in Mogowo from the Nasielsk Ev. churchbooks.
Russian-language record show Ludwig Fausak and Louise Hein; witnesses were Julius look and _____ _____; baptismal sponsors were Johann Fausak and Anna S_____. 
 
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Fausak, Amanda; 1915; marriage to Leonard Look
Fausak, Amanda; 1915; marriage to Leonard Look
 
 
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Fausak, Anna (nee Mass or Mews); 1827; death registration at age 27 in Zakroczym, Poland
Fausak, Anna (nee Mass or Mews); 1827; death registration at age 27 in Zakroczym, Poland
Anna Fausak nee Mass died at age 27 in childbirth at the same time as her son Wilhelm. Witnesses were her husband Daniel (age 35) and Johann Redmann (age 23). 
 
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Fausak, Anna nee Sikinger; 1894; death record in Pomocnia at the recorded age of 71 (actually 67).
Fausak, Anna nee Sikinger; 1894; death record in Pomocnia at the recorded age of 71 (actually 67).
This happened in the town of Nasielsk on the 14/26 of April 1894 at 12 o'clock noon. Karl Skrobski, 50 years old, farmer from Jesiorna? and Christian Golnik, age 38 years, a farmer from Nowa Wola appeared and announced that yesterday in Pomocnia at 4:00 in the afternoon died Anna Fausak, born Sikinger, 71 years old, born in Galachy, farmer, residing in Pomocnia, the daughter of Friedrich Sikinger and his wife Dorthea born Fausak, leaving after her death a widower husband Johann Fausak. After eyewitness testimony on the death of Anna Fausak, born Sikinger, this document was read aloud to the illiterate declarants and witnesses and signed by us alone.

Pastor A. Dgamoski? 
 
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Fausak, Anna: 1907; duplicate registration of death at age 44 in Pomocnia, Nasielsk, Poland.
Fausak, Anna: 1907; duplicate registration of death at age 44 in Pomocnia, Nasielsk, Poland.
"This happened in Nasielsk on the 10th/23rd of November 1907 at 10:00 in the morning. Christian Golnik, 53 years old, and Johann Haase(?), 45 years old, both farmers from Wola Bledowska, appeared and announced that yesterday in Pomocnia at 4:00 in the afternoon died Anna Fausak, single, 44 years old, born and residing in the Pomocnia, the daughter of the deceased married couple Johann Fausak and his wife Anna born Sikinger. After eyewitness testimony of the death of Anna Fausak this document was read to those present, who are illiterate, and signed by us alone. Pastor A. Damowski(?)."  
 
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Fausak, Anna; 1839; birth
Fausak, Anna; 1839; birth
Churchbook record, written in Polish, shows witnesses as Gottlieb Fausak (father at age 34), Johann Freimuth at age 53, and Michael Treichel at age 26. The mother's name is not definitive nor proven; it is shown as Wintow, or Wint after removing the feminine -ow suffix. 
 
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Fausak, Anna; 1863; birth record from the Nasielsk, Poland Ev. churchbooks.
Fausak, Anna; 1863; birth record from the Nasielsk, Poland Ev. churchbooks.
Father is Johann Fausak, age 38 (* 1825) and mother is Anna Ziegner (Sykinger) at age 35 (* 1822); witnesses were Friedrich Hein and Ludwig Sykinger; baptismal sponsors were Ludwig Sykinger and Louise Sykinger. 
 
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Fausak, Anna; 1907; registration of death at age 44 in Pomocnia, Poland
Fausak, Anna; 1907; registration of death at age 44 in Pomocnia, Poland
"This happened in Nasielsk on the 10th/23rd of November 1907 at 10:00 in the morning. Christian Golnik, 53 years old, and Johann Haase (Goetz?), 45 years old, both farmers from Wola Bledowska, appeared and announced that yesterday in Pomocnia died Anna Fausak, single, 44 years old, born and residing in the Pomocnia, the daughter of the married couple Johann Fausak and his wife Anna born Sikinger. After eyewitness testimony of the death of Anna Fausak this document was read to the illiterate witnesses and signed by us alone. Pastor A. Damowski(?)."  
 
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Fausak, Anton; 1919: entry in the Mecklenburg-Schwerin census of 1919.
Fausak, Anton; 1919: entry in the Mecklenburg-Schwerin census of 1919.
Anton appears as a Schnitter (reaper) in Klein Sprenze, Güstrow, Mecklenburg-Schwerin; his birthplace was Russische-Polen and his exact birthdate is not reported (or not known). 
 
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Fausak, Atalia Marta; 1894; record of birth in Mogowo from the Nasielsk Ev. churchbooks.
Fausak, Atalia Marta; 1894; record of birth in Mogowo from the Nasielsk Ev. churchbooks.
This is believed to be from the original churchbook, not the duplicate churchbook filmed by the LDS.  
 
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Fausak, Atalia Marta; 1894; Russian language record of birth in Mogowo, Nasielsk, Poland from the Nasielsk Ev. Lutheran church books.  Known in her life as Natalie, it's not known if Atalie Marta was an error by the recording Pastor, or if the name was later changed.
Fausak, Atalia Marta; 1894; Russian language record of birth in Mogowo, Nasielsk, Poland from the Nasielsk Ev. Lutheran church books. Known in her life as Natalie, it's not known if Atalie Marta was an error by the recording Pastor, or if the name was later changed.
This happened in the town of Nasielsk on the 1st/13th of April 1894 at 2:00 o'clock in the afternoon. Ludwig Fausak, a farmer from Mogowo, 47 years old, appeared and in the presence of witnesses Johann Ulrich, 64 years old, and Michael Look, 45 years old, both farmers from Mogowo, presented to us a child of the female sex, stating that the child was born in Mogowo on the 7th/19th of March of this year at 1:00 o'clock in the morning from his lawful wife Louise, born Hein, 33 years old. To this child at holy baptism, performed on this day, was given the names Atalie Martha. The godparents were Christian Kurz and Anna Look (Locht?). This document was read aloud to the declarant and to all present, who are all illiterate, and signed by us alone. Pastor A. Dagamowski. 
 
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Fausak, Atalie Marta; 1894; birth registration from the duplicate churchbook filmed by the LDS
Fausak, Atalie Marta; 1894; birth registration from the duplicate churchbook filmed by the LDS
Birth registration from 1894 in Russian from Nasielsk records (no. 24, p. 18, LDS film 1,197,738). 
 
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Fausak, Auguste: 1888; Birth record from Wolka Smoszewska, Nowy Dwor Mazowiecki, Mazowieckie, Poland.
Fausak, Auguste: 1888; Birth record from Wolka Smoszewska, Nowy Dwor Mazowiecki, Mazowieckie, Poland.
This happened in Wyszogrod on the 16th/28th of April 1888 at 3:00 o'clock in the afternoon. Julius Fausak, 29 years old, a laborer from Wolka Smoszewska, appeared and in the presence of witnesses Johan Berwald, 54 years old, and Michael Berwald, 21 years old, both farmers from Wolka Smoszewska, presented to us a child of the female sex, stating that the child was born in Wolka Smoszewska yesterday at 12:00 o'clock in the afternoon from his lawful wife Dorothea, born Berwald, 25 years old. To this child at holy baptism, performed on this day, was given the name Augustine. The godparents were the first witness and Wilhelmine Kowchak(?). This document 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, Bertha and Emma; 1980
Fausak, Bertha and Emma; 1980
Emma nee Fausak Steinhauer (left) and sister Bertha nee Fausak Rennspies (right) 
 
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Fausak, Bertha: 1898; Russian language record of birth in Janowko, Gm. Sonsk, Poland.
Fausak, Bertha: 1898; Russian language record of birth in Janowko, Gm. Sonsk, Poland.
"This happened in Przasnysz on the 29th of November/11th of December 1898 at 1:00 in the afternoon. Ludwig Fausak, 48 years old, farmer from Janowko and in the presence of witnesses Efraim Hein, 47 years old, farmer from Janowko and Jacob Schultz. 40 years old, farmer from Dabrowka, and presented to us a child of the female sex, stating that she was born in the village Janowko on the 22nd of November/4th of December at 10:00 in the morning from his lawful wife Louise, born Hein, 35 years old. To this child at holy baptism performed on this day was given the name Bertha. The godparents were the first witness and Albertine Schultz. This document was read to all illiterate witnesses and sign by us alone. Pastor Robert Gundlach." 
 
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Fausak, Bertha; 1922; birth
Fausak, Bertha; 1922; birth
Churchbook entry, written in Polish, shows witnesses Julian Fausak (father at age 51), Edward Markwart, and Adam Look.  
 
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Fausak, Brian Adam; 1987-1989; headstone
Fausak, Brian Adam; 1987-1989; headstone
 
 
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Fausak, Carl; 1902; departure record from Hamburg
Fausak, Carl; 1902; departure record from Hamburg
with younger brothers Gottlieb and Edward 
 
483
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
484
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
485
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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Fausak, Carl; 1939; with Carl Fehlauer (right) in Baroda MI.
Fausak, Carl; 1939; with Carl Fehlauer (right) in Baroda MI.
Carl Fausak (yet to be verified) at about age 72 during a visit to his brother Adolf Fausak in Baroda MI. The man on the right is Carl Fehlauer, Adolf's brother-in-law. 
 
487
Fausak, Caroline nee Winter; 1856; death at age 55
Fausak, Caroline nee Winter; 1856; death at age 55
Witnesses were Johann Fott and Johann Schweizer; her husband Christoph Friedrich Fausak had died two years earlier. She was survived by two children, Johann and Louise. 
 
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Fausak, Caroline; 1827; Polish language registration of birth in Brzezinki, Nasielsk, Mazowiecki, Poland.
Fausak, Caroline; 1827; Polish language registration of birth in Brzezinki, Nasielsk, Mazowiecki, Poland.
Witnesses are shown in this Polish language churchbook record as Father Johann Fausak (Fozak) shown at at age 21, and mother as Anna Redmann at age 20. Witnesses were Friedrich Sikinger (Sikind), and Friedrich Fausak (age 30). Friedrich Sikinger and Caroline Fausak are godparents. 
 
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Fausak, Caroline; 1838; birth
Fausak, Caroline; 1838; birth
This Polish language churchbook record shows witnesses as Johann Fausak (father at age 32), Michael Treichel, and Michael Redmann. Michael Treichel and Rosine Treichel were godparents. Caroline married Adam Gottfried Look in 1854 and had four sons. 
 
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Fausak, Caroline; 1857; birth record from Nasielsk, Poland Ev. churchbooks.
Fausak, Caroline; 1857; birth record from Nasielsk, Poland Ev. churchbooks.
Parents are Johann Fausak, age 35 (* c 1822), and Anna Ziegenhagen, age 28 (* c 1829); witnesses were Johann Hein, age 35, and Heinrich Hinklemann, age 32; baptismal sponsors were Johann Hein and Elisabeth Ziegenhagen. It is assumed that Ziegenhagen = Sikinger. 
 
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Fausak, Caroline; 1865; record of birth from the Nasielsk, Poland churchbooks.
Fausak, Caroline; 1865; record of birth from the Nasielsk, Poland churchbooks.
Father is Karl Fausak, age 20, and Louise Kolm, age 19; witnesses were Adam Look, age 31, and Johann Schweitzer, age 41; baptismal sponsor was Julia Freimuth. 
 
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Fausak, Caroline; 1885; record of marriage at age 19 to Karl Graf at age 34.
Fausak, Caroline; 1885; record of marriage at age 19 to Karl Graf at age 34.
"This happened in the city of Nowy Dwor on the 22nd of October/3rd of November 1885 at 12:00 o'clock in the morning. We declare that, in the presence of witnesses Ludwig Look, 40 years old, and Samuel Schultz, 27 years old, both farmers from Kepa Tarchominska, a religious marital union was contracted between Karl Graf, 34 years old, single, the son of the farmer Daniel Graf and his wife Christine born Neumann - and - Caroline Fausak, 19 years old, single, born in Bledowo and residing in Neu Schwidry, the daughter the farmer from Neu Schwidry Karl Fausak and his wife Louise born Kolm. This marriage was preceded by three readings of the banns proclaimed in the local Evangelical church on the 6th/18th of October and on the next two Sundays. Permission was given orally by the newlyweds parents in person. The newlyweds stated that no prenuptial agreement had been made between them. This document was read to all illiterate witnesses and to the newlyweds and signed by us only. L. Behrens."  
 
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Fausak, Caroline; 1893; record of marriage to Andreas Bartz from the Nasielsk Ev. churchbooks.
Fausak, Caroline; 1893; record of marriage to Andreas Bartz from the Nasielsk Ev. churchbooks.
"This happened in Nasielsk on the 2nd/14th of November 1893 at 5:00 o'clock in the afternoon. We declare that on this day in the presence of witnesses Johann Fausak, 30 years old, and Julius Look, 36 years old, both farmers from Mogowo, a religious marital union was contracted between Andreas Bartz, single, 25 years old, born in Debinki and residing in Mogowo, a laborer, the son of the deceased couple Ferdinand Bartz and Caroline Grunke - and - Caroline Fausak, single, 35 years old, born and residing with her parents in Pomocnia, the daughter the Johann Fausak and his wife Anna born Sikinger. This marriage was preceded by three readings of the banns proclaimed in the Evangelical-Augsburg house of prayer in the village of Konary on the 3rd/15th, 10th/22nd, and 17th/29th of October of the current year. The newlyweds stated that they had made no prenuptial agreement. This document after being read aloud, was signed only because those present stated that they don't know how to write. Pastor A. Dymowski."  
 
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Fausak, Charles Edward Jr.; 1943; Social Security account application
Fausak, Charles Edward Jr.; 1943; Social Security account application
 
 
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Fausak, Charles Edward Jr.; 1952; re-entry record with Dorothy nee Wilson
Fausak, Charles Edward Jr.; 1952; re-entry record with Dorothy nee Wilson
Air Passenger Manifest showing the Fausaks flying from Bermuda to New York in late April 1952. This may have been a honeymoon trip. 
 
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Fausak, Charles Edward; 1937; Social Security account application
Fausak, Charles Edward; 1937; Social Security account application
 
 
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Fausak, Christine nee Richert; 1858; death at age 30
Fausak, Christine nee Richert; 1858; death at age 30
The churchbook records, written in Polish, shows witnesses as Johann Schweitzer and Johann Fott. Christine was survived by her husband Johann and son Johann. 
 
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Fausak, Christoph Friedrich; 1854; death registration from Nasielsk (Poland) Ev. Luth. churchbook.
Fausak, Christoph Friedrich; 1854; death registration from Nasielsk (Poland) Ev. Luth. churchbook.
It happened in Nasielsk on the 13/20th day of March 1854, there appeared Johann Fott, age 46, and Johann Helfer, age 36, both farmers from Bledowo, and stated that yesterday at the 3rd hour in the morning that Friedrich Fausak, a laborer, died in that place at the age of 58, born in Prussia, son of Michael and Louise Fausak, and survived by three children and his wife Caroline geb. Winter. After visual confirmation of the death of Friedrich Fausak, this document was read aloud to to those appearing, who could not read, and signed by us. Pastor ____. 
 
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Fausak, Dorothea Louise (nee Meyer); 1849; death
Fausak, Dorothea Louise (nee Meyer); 1849; death
Wife of Johann Daniel Fausack, who would live in Plânitz for another ten years before dying. 
 
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Fausak, Dorothea; 1822; registration of marriage to Friedrich Sikinger (Cygner) from Zakroczym, Mazowiecki, Poland.
Fausak, Dorothea; 1822; registration of marriage to Friedrich Sikinger (Cygner) from Zakroczym, Mazowiecki, Poland.
The Latin-language record is from the churchbook of the Roman Catholic church in Zakroczym (or Nowy Dwor) even though both parties are shown as Evangelische. (At that time, the authority for registering vital statistics was the Catholic church.) In addition to the bride and groom and their parents, four other people (presumably witnesses) are mentioned: Peter Steinke?, Raymond Steinke?, Johann Zelux, and Wilhrlm Wolf. 
 

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