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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. 
 
305
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. 
 
306
Fausack; 16-17 century; book reference
Fausack; 16-17 century; book reference
This book requires further research and translation. 
 
307
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.
 
 
316
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 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.
 
 
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Fausak geb. Schenke, Louise; 1874; record of death in Mogowo from the Nasielsk Ev. parish churchbooks.
Fausak geb. Schenke, Louise; 1874; record of death in Mogowo from the Nasielsk Ev. parish churchbooks.
Louise apparently died in childbirth with her daughter Rosalie. 
 
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Fausak geb. Schenke, Rosalia; 1885; death record from Nasielsk, Poland.
Fausak geb. Schenke, Rosalia; 1885; death record from Nasielsk, Poland.
Russian-language record from the Nasielsk Ev. churchbooks. 
 
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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.
 
 
323
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
324
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
325
Fausak nee Kunkel, Adele (Otillie); 1930; obituary
Fausak nee Kunkel, Adele (Otillie); 1930; obituary
 
 
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Fausak nee Leichwitz, Martha; 1911; US entry record.
Fausak nee Leichwitz, Martha; 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. 
 
327
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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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?, 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. 
 
330
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, (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
In addition to father Julius Fausak and mother Dorothea Berwald, both age 24, witnesses Karl Baumeister, 34 years old, and Samuel Bärwald, 23 years old, are shown. Godparents are Samuel Bärwald and Elisabeth Hauslitz.
 
 
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Fausak, Adele nee Kunkel; 1930; death record
Fausak, Adele nee Kunkel; 1930; death record
 
 
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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, Adolf; 1888; record of birth from Nasielsk Ev. churchbooks.
Fausak, Adolf; 1888; record of birth from Nasielsk Ev. churchbooks.
Russian-language record show parents Ludwig Fausak and Louise Hein. 
 
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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; 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 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; 1920; US federal census
Fausak, Adolf; 1920; US federal census
 
 
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Fausak, Adolf; 1930; US federal census
Fausak, Adolf; 1930; US federal census
 
 
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Fausak, Adolf; 1955; Social Security application
Fausak, Adolf; 1955; Social Security application
 
 
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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
 
 
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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.
 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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Fausak, Albert; 1906; record of birth in Janowko gm. Sonsk, Poland.
Fausak, Albert; 1906; record of birth in Janowko gm. Sonsk, Poland.
 
 
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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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Fausak, Alexander; 1881; birth registration from Nowy Dwor Mazowiecke, Poland.
Fausak, Alexander; 1881; birth registration from Nowy Dwor Mazowiecke, Poland.
Father shown as Johann Fausak at age 39, and mother as Wilhelmine Rinau at age 35. Witnesses were Paul Schenke at age 39, and (undecipherable) at age 42. Baptismal sponsors were Paul Schenke and Olga Schmidt.  
 
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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; 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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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 the Nasielsk Ev. churchbooks.
Fausak, Amalia; 1874; death record from the Nasielsk Ev. churchbooks.
Russian-language record (poorly translated); witness might be Friedrich Rinau and Johann Jantz?; location, and birth date and age at death still undeciphered. 
 
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Fausak, Amalie nee Fehlauer; 1946; naturalization certificate
Fausak, Amalie nee Fehlauer; 1946; naturalization certificate
 
 
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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
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; 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: 1907; duplicate death registration
Fausak, Anna: 1907; duplicate death registration
Anna is shown as the daughter, apparently unmarried, of Johann Fausak and his wife Sikinger 
 
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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, and Michael Treichel. 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 in Pomocnia, Poland
Fausak, Anna; 1907; registration of death in Pomocnia, Poland
Anna was 44 years old when she died and was unmarried; her deceased parents were Johann and Anna geb. Sikinger Fausak. Witnesses were Christian Golnik and Johann Haase. 
 
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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 from Mogowo, Poland.
Fausak, Atalia Marta; 1894; Russian language record of birth from Mogowo, Poland.
Her name was Natalie for most of her life; it is not known is Atalie Marta was an error by the recording Pastor, or of the name was later changed. 
 
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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.
 
 
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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.
Witness were Efraim Hein of Janowko and Jacob Schultz(?). 
 
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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, Carl; 1902; departure record from Hamburg
Fausak, Carl; 1902; departure record from Hamburg
with younger brothers Gottlieb and Edward 
 
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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, 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; birth
Fausak, Caroline; 1827; birth
Witnesses are shown in this Polish language churchbook record as Johann Fausak (father at age 21), Friedrich Sykind (probably Ziegner), and Friedrich Fausak (age 30). Friedrich Ziegner and Caroline Fausak are godparents. Note the surname spelled as Fozak. 
 
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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; 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.
 
 
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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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Fausak, Edward Henry Raymond; 1942; record of marriage to Frances Patricia McComb.
Fausak, Edward Henry Raymond; 1942; record of marriage to Frances Patricia McComb.
 
 
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Fausak, Edward Henry Raymond; 1955; applications for headstones for U.S. military veterans.
Fausak, Edward Henry Raymond; 1955; applications for headstones for U.S. military veterans.
 
 
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Fausak, Edward Leopold; 1886; record of birth from the Nasielsk, Poland Ev. churchbooks.
Fausak, Edward Leopold; 1886; record of birth from the Nasielsk, Poland Ev. churchbooks.
Polish-language record shows father Ludwig Fausak and mother Louise Hein. 
 

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