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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. 
 
402
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 ____. 
 
403
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. 
 
404
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. 
 
405
Fausak, Edmund; 1903; record of birth in Bledowo, Poland.
Fausak, Edmund; 1903; record of birth in Bledowo, Poland.
"This happened in Nasielsk on the 99th/22nd of June 1903 at 2:00 in the afternoon. Julius Fausak, a laborer from Bledowo, 39 years old, appeared and in the presence of witnesses Jacob Look, 42 years old, and Martin Look, 40 years old, both farmers from Bledowo, presented to us a child of the male sex stating that he was born yesterday in Bledowo at 5:00 in the morning from his lawful wife Louise born Look, 35 years old. To this child at holy baptism performed on this day was given the name Edmund. The godparents were Ferdinand Kendzerzawski(?) and Friederike Matzinska(?). This document was read aloud to the declarant and all illiterate witnesses and signed by us alone. Pastor A. Domowski(?)."  
 
406
Fausak, Edward Arthur; 1910; record of birth in Bledowo, Poland.
Fausak, Edward Arthur; 1910; record of birth in Bledowo, Poland.
"This happened in Nasielsk on the 31st of May/13th of June 1910 at 3:00 in the afternoon. Julian Fausak, 40 years old, laborer from Bledowo appeared and in the presence of witnesses Karl Milke, 29 years old and Adam Look, 48 years old, both farmers from Bledowo, presented to us a child of the male sex stating that he was born yesterday in Bledowo at 4:00 in the afternoon from his lawful wife Louise born Look, 42 years old. To this child at holy baptism performed on this day was given the name Edward Arthur. The godparents were Edward Look and Anna Mochanska(?). This document was read aloud to all illiterate witnesses and signed by us alone. Pastor A Damowski."  
 
407
Fausak, Edward Henry Raymond; 1942; record of marriage to Frances Patricia McComb.
Fausak, Edward Henry Raymond; 1942; record of marriage to Frances Patricia McComb.
 
 
408
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.
 
 
409
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.
"This happened in Nasielsk on the 17th/29th of September 1886 at 4:00 in the afternoon. Ludwig Fausak, 37 years old, farmer from Mogowo appeared and in the presence of witnesses Leopold Dykau, 31 years old, laborer, and Johann Ulrich, 55 years old, farmer, both from Mogowo, presented to us a child of the male sex stating that he was born in Mogowo on the 14th/26th of September at 6:00 in the evening from his lawful wife Louise born Hein, 25 years old. To this child at holy baptism performed on this day was given the name Edward Leopold. The godparents were Leopold Dykau and Emilie Look. This document was read aloud to all illiterate witnesses and signed by us alone. Pastor A. Domowski."  
 
410
Fausak, Edward Louis; 1935; newspaper notice of graduation from Princeton University.
Fausak, Edward Louis; 1935; newspaper notice of graduation from Princeton University.
Trenton Evening Times (Trenton NJ USA), Tuesday, June 18, 1935 
 
411
Fausak, Edward, 1891, record of death at 2 years of age in Kolonia Modlinska, Poland.
Fausak, Edward, 1891, record of death at 2 years of age in Kolonia Modlinska, Poland.
"This happened in the town of Nowy Dwor on 8/20 of November 1891 at 1:00 in the afternoon. Paul Schlack, 41 years old and also Heinrich Lentz, 38 years old, both laborers from Kolonia Modlinska appeared and announced to us that yesterday in Kolonia Modlinska at 11:00 in the evening, died Edward Fausak, age 2 years and 1.5 months, born in the same place, son of Johann Fausak, laborer residing in Kolonia Modlinska and his wife Wilhelmine, born Rinau. After eyewitness testimony of Edward Fausak's death, this document was read to all witnesses and because of their inability to read or write, signed by us alone. L. Behrens" 
 
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Fausak, Edward; 1881; census record from Liverpool, Lancashire County, England, 1881.
Fausak, Edward; 1881; census record from Liverpool, Lancashire County, England, 1881.
Edward is shown with his wife Mary and son Edward; all are listed as born in Liverpool. 
 
413
Fausak, Edward; 1889; record of birth at Kolonia Modlinska, Poland.
Fausak, Edward; 1889; record of birth at Kolonia Modlinska, Poland.
"This happened in Nowy Dwor on the 15th/27th of October 1889 at 12:00 in the afternoon. Johann Fausak, 40 years old, a farmer from Kolonia Modlinska, appeared and in the presence of Gottlieb Braun , kantor, 29 years old, and Adolf Goeppert, a church worker, 66 years old, presented to us a child of the male sex stating that he was born in Kolonia Modlin on the 24 of September/6th of October at 2:00 in the morning from his lawful wife Wilhelmine born Rinau. To this child at holy baptism performed on this day was given the name Edward. The godparents were Paul Rinau and Amalie Lentz. This document was read aloud to the illiterate declarant and signed by us and all witnesses. Pastor L. Behrens(?)."  
 
414
Fausak, Edward; 1906; marriage record
Fausak, Edward; 1906; marriage record
Marriage certificate of Edward Fausak and Rose A. Whitley (sic). 
 
415
Fausak, Edward; 1906; marriage to Rosine Antonie Wittlieb.
Fausak, Edward; 1906; marriage to Rosine Antonie Wittlieb.
 
 
416
Fausak, Edward; 1906; notice of marriage to Rosine Wittlieb in The Evening Journal of Jersey City NJ.
Fausak, Edward; 1906; notice of marriage to Rosine Wittlieb in The Evening Journal of Jersey City NJ.
Witnesses were Carl Fausak, Edward's eldest half-brother, Otto Fausak (believed to be Adolf Fausak), Minnie Elmer, and Julianne Schulz. 
 
417
Fausak, Edward; 1917; WWI draft registration card
Fausak, Edward; 1917; WWI draft registration card
 
 
418
Fausak, Edward; 1919; birth
Fausak, Edward; 1919; birth
Churchbook entry, written in Polish, shows witnesses as Ludwig Sommerfeld, and Efraim Hein (may be brother to Edward's grandmother Louise Hein Fausak). Godmother appears to be Natalie nee Fausak Sommerfeld, wife of Ludwig Sommerfeld. 
 
419
Fausak, Edward; 1920; passport application
Fausak, Edward; 1920; passport application
 
 
420
Fausak, Edward; 1920; re-entry record
Fausak, Edward; 1920; re-entry record
Edward sailed from Rotterdam on 25 Sep 1920 aboard the SS Noordam. 
 
421
Fausak, Edward; 1920; US federal census record
Fausak, Edward; 1920; US federal census record
Shows Edward Fausak at age 33, wife Rose at age 31, and children Edward Jr. at age 6 and Emma at age 3. Edward entered the us in 1901 and was naturalized in 1911. Rose was born in New Jersey of German parentage. 
 
422
Fausak, Edward; 1922; membership role for Dutch Reformed Church in Jersey City NJ for Edward and Rose Wittleb.
Fausak, Edward; 1922; membership role for Dutch Reformed Church in Jersey City NJ for Edward and Rose Wittleb.
 
 
423
Fausak, Edward; 1926; newspaper article about purchase of real estate in Hightstown NJ USA.
Fausak, Edward; 1926; newspaper article about purchase of real estate in Hightstown NJ USA.
 
 
424
Fausak, Edward; 1930; advertisement for Fausak's Bakery in Hightstown NJ USA.
Fausak, Edward; 1930; advertisement for Fausak's Bakery in Hightstown NJ USA.
 
 
425
Fausak, Edward; 1930; federal census
Fausak, Edward; 1930; federal census
 
 
426
Fausak, Edward; 1937; newspaper notice of dissolution of the City Bakery in Hightstown NJ USA.
Fausak, Edward; 1937; newspaper notice of dissolution of the City Bakery in Hightstown NJ USA.
 
 
427
Fausak, Edward; 1938; re-entry record, with daughter Emma Rosa
Fausak, Edward; 1938; re-entry record, with daughter Emma Rosa
Edward and Emma sailed aboard the SS Hansa from Hamburg, Germany on 12 Oct 1938, arriving in New York on 21 October 1938. 
 
428
Fausak, Edward; 1954; newspaper mention of trip to Germany in 1954.
Fausak, Edward; 1954; newspaper mention of trip to Germany in 1954.
 
 
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Fausak, Edward; 1965; death notice in newspaper from Trenton NJ USA.
Fausak, Edward; 1965; death notice in newspaper from Trenton NJ USA.
 
 
430
Fausak, Edward; c 1942; WWII draft registration card
Fausak, Edward; c 1942; WWII draft registration card
 
 
431
Fausak, Emil; 1901; registration of birth in Pomocnia from the Nasielsk churchbooks.
Fausak, Emil; 1901; registration of birth in Pomocnia from the Nasielsk churchbooks.
"This happened in Nasielsk on the 7th/20th of February 1901 at 1:00 in the afternoon. Marianna Nowitska(?),48 years old,a midwife from Brzezinki appeared and in the presence of Ludwig Hinkelmann, 27 years old, and Christian Golnik, 47 years old, both farmers from Nowowola(?) and presented to us a child of the male sex, stating that this child was born yesterday at 10:00 in the evening in Pomocnia from unmarried Ewa Fausak, 38 years old, laborer from Pomocnia, and unknown father. To this child at holy baptism performed on this day was given the name Emil. The godparents were Ludwig Hinkelmann and Julianna Hinkelmann. This document was read aloud to the declarant and illiterate witnesses and signed by us alone. Pastor A. Domowski(?)." 
 
432
Fausak, Emil; 1904; confirmation certificate
Fausak, Emil; 1904; confirmation certificate
Confirmation certificate for Emil Fausak (1889-1937) 
 
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Fausak, Emil; 1907; entry record
Fausak, Emil; 1907; entry record
Surname misspelled (not uncommonly) as Fauzak. Emil was traveling with Adolf Rennspies (badly misspelled and Renzlis); both indicated their destination as E. Fauzak in Jersey City NJ. Emil showed Edward as "brother" and Adolf showed Edward as "Step-brother". 
 
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Fausak, Emil; 1910; marriage at age 21 to Ottilie (Adele) Kunkel at age 24.
Fausak, Emil; 1910; marriage at age 21 to Ottilie (Adele) Kunkel at age 24.
The marriage took place on 19 Nov 1910 at St. Matthew's Lutheran Church in Jersey City NJ USA. Witnesses were Emil's brother Ludwig (Louis) Fausak, Adele's sister Bertha Kunkel, Emil's brother-in-law Leon Look (not shown), and Adele's sister Lena (Helene) Kunkel (not shown). 
 
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Fausak, Emil; 1917; WWI draft registration card
Fausak, Emil; 1917; WWI draft registration card
 
 
436
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
437
Fausak, Emil; 1923; re-entry record
Fausak, Emil; 1923; re-entry record
Surname misspelled (not uncommonly) as Fauzak. Emil and his sister Amanda (with her young daughter Bertha) traveled to East Prussia to visit Emil and Amanda's mother Louise nee Hein Fausak in Muschaken. Emil and Amanda apparently traveled for convenience as husband and wife.  
 
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Fausak, Emil; 1924; Ellis Island entry record from 22 Dec 1924
Fausak, Emil; 1924; Ellis Island entry record from 22 Dec 1924
Emil appeared to have been traveling alone. 
 
439
Fausak, Emil; 1924; passport application.
Fausak, Emil; 1924; passport application.
Emil required a passport (his first) in order to travel to Germany and Poland to visit his mother Louise and other relatives; her planned to depart the US at Hoboken on 11 Oct 1924 aboard the S. S. Stuttgart. 
 
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Fausak, Emil; 1929; marriage to Emma Ristau
Fausak, Emil; 1929; marriage to Emma Ristau
Delayed record of marriage. 
 
441
Fausak, Emil; 1930; marriage to Martha Harthaus nee Schellhorn
Fausak, Emil; 1930; marriage to Martha Harthaus nee Schellhorn
 
 
442
Fausak, Emil; 1931; property sale notice
Fausak, Emil; 1931; property sale notice
Sales of property a 315 Forty-fifth Street, Union City by Emil Fausak to Adolf Rennspies.  
 
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Fausak, Emil; 1931; record of property sale
Fausak, Emil; 1931; record of property sale
Sale of property at 315 Forty-fifth Street, Union City NJ by Emil Fausak to Adolf Rennspies. 
 
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Fausak, Emil; 1935; re-entry record
Fausak, Emil; 1935; re-entry record
Emil apparently was traveling alone from Hamburg, Germany. 
 
445
Fausak, Emma; 1888; record of birth in Neu Swidry, Poland.
Fausak, Emma; 1888; record of birth in Neu Swidry, Poland.
"This happened in Nowy Dwor on the 13th/25th of March 1888 at 12:00 in the afternoon. Karl Fausak, 42 years old, farmer from Neu Swidry appeared and in the presence of Ludwig Look, 42 years old, and Michael Wolf, 31 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 3rd/15th of February of this year at 10:00 in the evening from his lawful wife Louise born Kolm, 40 years old. To this child at holy baptism performed on this day was given the name Emma. The godparents were Ludwig Look and Caroline Wolf. This document was read aloud to the declarant and all illiterate witnesses and signed by us alone. Pastor L. Behrens."  
 
446
Fausak, Emma; 1890; record of death at age <3 years in Neu Swidry, Poland.
Fausak, Emma; 1890; record of death at age <3 years in Neu Swidry, Poland.
"This happened in Nowy Dwor on the 21st of September/3rd of October 1890 at 2:00 in the afternoon. Ludwig Look, 45 years old, and Michael Wolf, 33 years old, both farmers from Neu Swidry appeared and announced that yesterday in Neu Swidry at 7:00 in the evening died Emma Fausak, born in the same place, 2 years 7 months old, the daughter of farmer Karl Fausak, who resides in Neu Swidry and his wife Louise born Kolm. After eyewitness testimony on the death of Emma Fausak, this document was read aloud to all illiterate witnesses and signed by us alone. Pastor L. Behrens(?)."  
 
447
Fausak, Emma; 1903; Russian language record of birth in Janowko, Sonsk, Poland.
Fausak, Emma; 1903; Russian language record of birth in Janowko, Sonsk, Poland.
"This happened in Przasnysz on the 9th/22nd of June 1903 at 1:00 in the afternoon. Ludwig Fausak, a farmer from Janowko, 53 years old, appeared and in the presence of witnesses Adam Kissling(?) and Jacob Porsch(?), 53 years old, both farmers from Janowko, presented to us a child of the female sex stating that she was born in Janowko on the 30th of May/12th of June at at 5:00 in the morning from his lawful wife Louise born Hein, 42 years old. To this child at holy baptism performed on this day was given the name Emma. The godparents were the first witness and Caroline Fosow(?). This document, late because of the father's family circumstances, was read aloud to all illiterate witnesses and signed by us alone. Pastor Oscar Ernst."  
 
448
Fausak, Emma; 1944; newspaper clipping, marriage to Arthur Jesswein.
Fausak, Emma; 1944; newspaper clipping, marriage to Arthur Jesswein.
 
 
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Fausak, Ernest; 1916; baptismal certificate
Fausak, Ernest; 1916; baptismal certificate
 
 
450
Fausak, Ernest; 1930; 8th grade diploma
Fausak, Ernest; 1930; 8th grade diploma
 
 
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Fausak, Ernest; 1930; confirmation certificate
Fausak, Ernest; 1930; confirmation certificate
 
 
452
Fausak, Ernest; 1939; marriage to Hattie Adele Meyer
Fausak, Ernest; 1939; marriage to Hattie Adele Meyer
 
 
453
Fausak, Ernest; 1952; US Navy discharge certificate
Fausak, Ernest; 1952; US Navy discharge certificate
 
 
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Fausak, Ernest; 1979; remembrance card
Fausak, Ernest; 1979; remembrance card
Remembrance card for Ernest Fausak (1916-1979). 
 
455
Fausak, Eufrosine; 1895; record of marriage at age 24 to Ludwig Hinkelmann at age 30 in Konary, Nasielsk, Poland.
Fausak, Eufrosine; 1895; record of marriage at age 24 to Ludwig Hinkelmann at age 30 in Konary, Nasielsk, Poland.
"This happened in the city of Nowy Dwor on the 29th of October/10th of November, 1895 at 1:00 in the afternoon. We declare that in the presence of witnesses Gottlieb Schweitzer, 44 years old, and Ludwig Look, 43 years old, both farmers from Bledowo, a religious marital union was contracted between Ludwig Hinkelmann, single, 30 years old, born in Lelowo, the son of the Heinrich Hinkelmann and his wife Rosalie born Fausak - and - Eufrosine Fausak, single, 24 years old, born and residing with her parents in Pomocnia, the daughter of Johann Fausak and his deceased wife Anna born Sikinger. This marriage was preceded by three readings of the banns proclaimed in the Evangelical-Augsburg prayer house in the village of Konary on the 1st/13th of October and on the next two Sundays of the current year. The newlyweds stated that no prenuptial agreement had been made between them. This document, after being read aloud, was signed by us only because those present stated that they did not know how to write. Pastor A. Dymowski."  
 
456
Fausak, Eufrosine; 1895; record of marriage to Ludwig Hinkelmann from the Nasielsk Ev. churchbooks.
Fausak, Eufrosine; 1895; record of marriage to Ludwig Hinkelmann from the Nasielsk Ev. churchbooks.
Russian-language record (incompletely translated). 
 
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Fausak, Ewa and Wilhelmine; 1866 record of birth of twins Ewa and Wilhelmine in Pomocnia from the Nasielsk Ev. churchbooks.
Fausak, Ewa and Wilhelmine; 1866 record of birth of twins Ewa and Wilhelmine in Pomocnia from the Nasielsk Ev. churchbooks.
Parents were Johann Fausak at age 43 and Anna geb. Sikinger (aka Zeigner) at age 29; Witnesses were Karl Look and Ludwig Sikinger; baptismal sponsors were Karl Look and Louise Sikinger (for Ewa) and Ludwig Sikinger and Louise look (for Wilhelmine). 
 
458
Fausak, Ewa nee Chodkowski; 1872; death registration (in Russian)
Fausak, Ewa nee Chodkowski; 1872; death registration (in Russian)
Approximate translation:

"It happened in Nowy Dwor on the first (thirteenth) of July 1872, in the afternoon there appeared two men, Heinrich Götz, age 60 years, and Friedrich Götz, age 50 years, who declared that today at the second hour of the afternoon that Ewa Fausak died in Brzezinki at the age of 21 years. She was the daughter of farmers Ferdinand Chodkowski from Brzezinki and his wife Louise. Ewa Fausak leaves her husband Ludwig Fausak. This document was read to the illiterate declarents and witnesses and was signed by us alone." 
 
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Fausak, Ewa; 1878; record of death in Bledowo from the Nasielsk parish churchbooks.
Fausak, Ewa; 1878; record of death in Bledowo from the Nasielsk parish churchbooks.
 
 
460
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
461
Fausak, Felix; 1943 ca; WWII missing-in-action report
Fausak, Felix; 1943 ca; WWII missing-in-action report
Russian language document listing Russian soldiers missing (or killed?) during World War II. This records shows, as No. 90, Felix Ivanovich Fauzak, a married soldier with the rank of private, born 6-4-1896 in the village of Modlin in Warsaw oblast. His residence of record was in Ternopilskaya oblast (Ternopil), Sbereszkogo rayon, village of Maximowka (now Maksymivka, Ternopil's'ka, Ukraine). The patronymic Ivanovich indicates that Felix's father was named Ivan (Johann in German). The record can be found at the Russian language website http://www.obd-memorial.ru.  
 
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Fausak, Felix; 1945 ca; letter No. 1 from National Archives of Norway 15.10.2002 concerning Felix Fausak (Fauzak).
Fausak, Felix; 1945 ca; letter No. 1 from National Archives of Norway 15.10.2002 concerning Felix Fausak (Fauzak).
 
 
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Fausak, Felix; 1945 ca; letter No. 2 from National Archives of Norway 21.10.2002 concerning Felix Fausak (Fauzak)
Fausak, Felix; 1945 ca; letter No. 2 from National Archives of Norway 21.10.2002 concerning Felix Fausak (Fauzak)
 
 
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Fausak, Felix; 1945 ca; letter No. 3 from National Archives of Norway 31.01.2003 concerning Felix Fausak (Fauzak)
Fausak, Felix; 1945 ca; letter No. 3 from National Archives of Norway 31.01.2003 concerning Felix Fausak (Fauzak)
 
 
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Fausak, Franciszka; 1839; record of marriage to Heinrich Tober in Kazun Polski, Nowy Dwor Mazowiecki, Poland.
Fausak, Franciszka; 1839; record of marriage to Heinrich Tober in Kazun Polski, Nowy Dwor Mazowiecki, Poland.
Marriage witnesses were Jacob Daase at age 20 and Franciszek Fausak at age 24, both residents of Kazun Niemiecki. Heinrich Tober at age 25 was a resident of Brzozowka. Franciszka is shown as the 20 year old daughter of Johann Fausak and his wife Elisabeth Graf of Galachy, and she appears to have been born in Prussia. 
 
466
Fausak, Frank Adolph; 1936; Social Security account application
Fausak, Frank Adolph; 1936; Social Security account application
 
 
467
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
468
Fausak, Friedrich: 1822; death registration
Fausak, Friedrich: 1822; death registration
Death registration (in Polish) for Friedrich Fausak, 20 Aug 1822 in Galachy, Nowy Dwor, Russian Poland 
 
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Fausak, Friedrich; 1821; birth record
Fausak, Friedrich; 1821; birth record
Birth registration (in Polish) for Friedrich Fausak, 1821, son of Daniel Fausak (age 26) and Anna Mass (age 22). Gottlieb Müller and Johann Redmann were witnesses.  
 
470
Fausak, Friedrich; 1823; marriage record
Fausak, Friedrich; 1823; marriage record
This extensive Polish-language record of the marriage of Friedrich Fausak and Caroline Winter (shown as Wintòw) requires further research and better translation. 
 
471
Fausak, Gottlieb; 1880; record of birth in Mogowo from the Nasielsk Ev. churchbooks.
Fausak, Gottlieb; 1880; record of birth in Mogowo from the Nasielsk Ev. churchbooks.
Witnesses were Gottlieb Schweitzer and Karl Fausak; baptismal sponsors were Julius Schweitzer and Caroline Look. 
 
472
Fausak, Gottlieb; 1896; entry record.
Fausak, Gottlieb; 1896; entry record.
Gottlieb was apparently traveling alone, and headed for Chicago IL. 
 
473
Fausak, Gottlieb; 1904; marriage to Hulda Leichwitz
Fausak, Gottlieb; 1904; marriage to Hulda Leichwitz
 
 
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Fausak, Gottlieb; 1906; Russian passport issued in Russian Poland.
Fausak, Gottlieb; 1906; Russian passport issued in Russian Poland.
This passport was issued when Gottlieb and Hulda returned to Poland between about 1906 and 1911, after they had spent a few years in the US where they had married and had their first child Albert. There is no indication in this document that Gottlieb had ever been absent from Poland. 
 
475
Fausak, Gottlieb; 1911; re-entry record
Fausak, Gottlieb; 1911; re-entry record
Gottlieb returned to the US with his younger sister Wanda; his wife Hulda is shown as living in Błędowo. Both Gottlieb and Hulda returned to Poland sometime after their 1904 marriage in Jersey City NJ. At least two other people are of interest in this record. One (#15) is Ottilie Renspitz (possibly Rennspies) of Obrenki Poland, and the other (#17) is Natalie Pletz of Błędowo; both surnames are associated with the Fausak family and they may be related to Gottlieb and Wanda. 
 
476
Fausak, Gottlieb; 1918; WWI draft registration card
Fausak, Gottlieb; 1918; WWI draft registration card
 
 
477
Fausak, Gottlieb; 1920; US federal census
Fausak, Gottlieb; 1920; US federal census
with wife Hulda and sons Albert (age 14), Louis (13), Alfred (11), and William (7) 
 
478
Fausak, Gottlieb; 1922; naturalization certificate
Fausak, Gottlieb; 1922; naturalization certificate
 
 
479
Fausak, Gottlieb; 1930; US federal census
Fausak, Gottlieb; 1930; US federal census
with wife Hilda (sic) and children Ludwig, Alfred, and William 
 
480
Fausak, Gottlieb; c 1942; WWII draft registration card
Fausak, Gottlieb; c 1942; WWII draft registration card
 
 
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Fausak, Gustav Ernest; 1908; marriage to May (or Mary) Quinn
Fausak, Gustav Ernest; 1908; marriage to May (or Mary) Quinn
 
 
482
Fausak, Gustav Ernest; 1917; WWI draft registration card
Fausak, Gustav Ernest; 1917; WWI draft registration card
 
 
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Fausak, Gustav Ernest; 1920; US federal census
Fausak, Gustav Ernest; 1920; US federal census
 
 
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Fausak, Gustav Ernest; 1930; US federal census
Fausak, Gustav Ernest; 1930; US federal census
 
 
485
Fausak, Gustav Ernest; 1942; WWII draft registration card
Fausak, Gustav Ernest; 1942; WWII draft registration card
 
 
486
Fausak, Hans; 1624; baptismal record (7th from bottom) from the Ev. churchbook from Lenzen.
Fausak, Hans; 1624; baptismal record (7th from bottom) from the Ev. churchbook from Lenzen.
"fer. 1. pent Hans Hans Fausackes"
"17 May, Hans, (son of) Hans Fausack" 
 
487
Fausak, Harold William; 1945; record of marriage to Virginia E. Poff.
Fausak, Harold William; 1945; record of marriage to Virginia E. Poff.
Harold and Virginia were married in Greensboro, Guilford County NC by a US Army Chaplain; Harold was from Jersey City NJ and was 23 years of age; Virginia was from Burlington NJ and was 22. 
 
488
Fausak, Harold; 1950; entry in the Tulane University yearbook.
Fausak, Harold; 1950; entry in the Tulane University yearbook.
Harold is identified by name as a member of the German Club, but is not specifically identified in the photograph. (He may not be in the club photo.) 
 
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Fausak, Harold; 1950; Tulane University Yearbook.
Fausak, Harold; 1950; Tulane University Yearbook.
Harold Fausak is identified by name as a member of the Pre-Med Society, but is not identified in the photograph (he may not be in the photo - only half of the membership is present in the photo). 
 
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Fausak, Harold; 1951; Tulane University Yearbook.
Fausak, Harold; 1951; Tulane University Yearbook.
Harold is identified as the President of the Tulane University Pre-Med Society, but is not specifically identified in the group photograph. 
 
491
Fausak, Hattie nee Meyer; 1995; remembrance card
Fausak, Hattie nee Meyer; 1995; remembrance card
 
 
492
Fausak, Heinrich; 1834; birth
Fausak, Heinrich; 1834; birth
This Polish language churchbook records shows witness as Friedrich Fausak (the father at age 40), Matthew Wulff, and Johann Freimuth 
 
493
Fausak, Helena; 1893; record of birth in Bledowo from the Nasieslk Ev. churchbooks.
Fausak, Helena; 1893; record of birth in Bledowo from the Nasieslk Ev. churchbooks.
Parent shown as Julius Edmund Fausak and Louise Look; witnesses were Jacob Look and Karl Fausak; baptismal sponsors were Jacob Look and _____ Look. 
 
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Fausak, Helene; 1878; record of birth from Nasielsk Ev. Lutheran churchbooks.
Fausak, Helene; 1878; record of birth from Nasielsk Ev. Lutheran churchbooks.
"This happened in Nasielsk on the 21st of April/3rd of May 1878 at 1:00 in the afternoon. Karl Fausak, 32 years old, farmer from Bledowo appeared and in the presence of witnesses Ludwig Look, 32 years old and Michael Treichel, 29, years old, both farmers from Bledowo, and presented to us a child of the female sex stating that she was born in Bledowo on the 19th of April/1st of May at 1:00 in the afternoon from his lawful wife Louise born Kolm, 31 years old. To this child at holy baptism performed on this day was given the name Helene. The godparents were Ludwig Look and Caroline Look. This document was read aloud to the declarant all illiterate witnesses and signed by us alone. Pastor Wernitz."  
 
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Fausak, Helene; 1881; birth record
Fausak, Helene; 1881; birth record
Russian-language record (poorly translated) from the Ev. churchbook from Nasielsk, Poland.  
 
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Fausak, Helene; 1881; birth record from Bledowo, Nasielsk, Poland (in Russian).
Fausak, Helene; 1881; birth record from Bledowo, Nasielsk, Poland (in Russian).
Parents shown as Johann Fausak and his wife Wilhelmine Rinau.
Witnesses were Adam Look and Christian Hein(?). Sponsors were Adam Look and Eufrosine Look.  
 
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Fausak, Helene; 1881; duplicate birth record (in Russian) from Bledowo, Nasielsk, Poland.
Fausak, Helene; 1881; duplicate birth record (in Russian) from Bledowo, Nasielsk, Poland.
"This happened in Nasielsk on the 28th of October/9th of November 1881 at 2:00 in the afternoon. Johann Fausak, 29 years old, laborer from Bledowo appeared and in the presence of witnesses Adam Look, 46 years old and Christian Pletz 52, years old, both farmers from Bledowo, and presented to us a child of the female sex stating that she was born in Bledowo on the 23rd of October/4th of November at 10:00 in the evening from his lawful wife Wilhelmine born Rinau, 29 years old. To this child at holy baptism performed on this day was given the name Helene. The godparents were Adam Look and Eufrosine Look. This document was read aloud to all illiterate witnesses and signed by us alone. Pastor Wernitz." 
 
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Fausak, Helene; 1892; confirmation certificate.
Fausak, Helene; 1892; confirmation certificate.
 
 
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Fausak, Helene; 1898; registration of marriage to Karl Mueller in Neu Swidry, Warsaw, Poland.
Fausak, Helene; 1898; registration of marriage to Karl Mueller in Neu Swidry, Warsaw, Poland.
Approximate translation:

"It happened in the town of Nowy Dwor on the 29th of September (11 of October) in the year 1898 at the second hour of the afternoon. In the presence of witnesses Ludwig Look, 51 years of age, and Edward Schultz, 25 years of age, both farmers living in Nowo Swidry, we performed a religious marriage union between Karl Muller, groom, 21 years of age, a farmer living in Nowo Swidry and born in Ryschotko in Przasnysz parish, son of farmers Christian and Mathilde born Berg married Muller, Evangelical Augsberg, and Helene Fausak, a maiden of 20 years of age who lives with her parents in Nowo Swidry, born in Bledowo in the district of Nasielsk, daughter of the farm couple Karl and Louise born Kolm married Fausak, Evangelical Augsberg church. This marriage proceeded by agreement of the newlyweds in the Lutheran Evangelical Church on the 13th (25th) of September, who stated that they had not been married before. The father of Helene Fausak agreed orally to give her in marriage. This document was read aloud by us and was signed first by the newlyweds and second by the witnesses.

Karl Muller
Helene Fausak
Edward Schults0z

Ed. Schultz, Pastor" 
 
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Fausak, Helene; 1904; record of marriage (in Russian) to Gottfried Pusch in Modlin(?), Mazowiecki, Poland.
Fausak, Helene; 1904; record of marriage (in Russian) to Gottfried Pusch in Modlin(?), Mazowiecki, Poland.
"This happened in the city of Nowy Dwor on the 5th/18th of September, 1904 at 1:00 in the afternoon. We declare that in the presence of witnesses Emil Reschke, 27 years old, and Ludwig Auch, 22 years old, both farmers from Modlin, a religious marital union was contracted between Gottfried Pusch, single, 26 years old, born in Alexandrowo and residing in Modlin, the son of the deceased laborer Johann Pusch and his wife Helene born Senf, of the Evangelical-Augsburg religion - and - Helene Fausak, single, 22 years old, born in Bledowo and residing with her parents in Modlin, the daughter of laborer Johann Fausak and his wife Wilhelmine born Rinau. This marriage was preceded by three readings of the banns proclaimed in the local church on the 15th/28th of August and on the next two Sundays. The newlyweds stated that no prenuptial agreement had been made between them. This document was read to all who were present and by us and the witnesses signed. The newlyweds stated that they cannot read. Pastor Oscar Ernst."  
 

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