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301 Gottlieb (shown on the records as Bogumil) and Karolina are referenced in their daughter Anna's birth registration dated 1840. Their ages are given, but Gottlieb's relationship with Johann Michael and Louisa nee Graff is speculative. He was not listed as a child on the emigration papers in 1818. FAUSACK, Gottlieb (I1025)
 
302 Gottlieb was believed to have emigrated to America in 1900, although his Russian-language passport (see below) appears to be dated 1906. Gottlieb was reported to have come from Bledowa, Poland, a village about 26 miles north of Warsaw. He is believed to have come to the U. S. with Leopold Pletz, ancestor of Edna B. Platz (who researched many of these records from St. Matthews Lutheran Church In Jersey City in the 1980's).

Gottlieb is known to have entered the United States in 1902 at the age of 21; he traveled with Karl Fausak (b. 1866) and Eduard Fausak (b 1886). They sailed on the SS Assyria from Hamburg on 7 Mar 1902 and arrived in New York on 22 Mar 1902; their entry is recorded on the manifest available under the misspelled name Tausak at www.ellisisland.org. They were coming to join their brother Julian, who entered the US the preceding year and whose address was 160 2nd Street (believed to be New York). They came with $66 between them and listed their residence as Jonowsk, Poland.

Edward Fausak and Lizzie Neumann were witnesses at Gottlieb and Hulda's marriage in 1904, the first marriage for both. Gotlieb lived at that time at 133 Morris Street, Jersey City NJ. Last name alternately spelled Fausack in records of St. Matthew Lutheran Church, Jersey City NJ.

Gottlieb, Hulda, and their son Albert apparently returned to Europe sometime between 1905 and 1910 because their next two children were born in Poland. Both returned (albeit separately) in 1911 (see below).

Ellis Island entry records (www.ellisisland.org) show that Gottlieb Fausach (sic) arrived in New York at the age of 31on 10 July 1911aboard the Niew Amsterdam sailing from Rotterdam on 1 July 1911. He was accompanied by his 19-year old sister Wanda Fausak. He is shown as a baker and she as a "servant girl". Gottlieb's nearest relative is shown as his wife Hulda in Blendowo, Russia, and Wanda's nearest relative as her father Ludwig, also in Blendowo. The destination for both is given as Gottlieb's brother Ludwig (Peter Ludwig) Fausak at 133 Morris Street, Jersey City NJ. Gottlieb was 5'4" tall and Wanda 5' tall. Ottilie Reinsptiz (sic) of Obrenki and Natalia Pletz of Bledowo both arrived on the same vessel.

Gottlieb registered for the WWI military draft in 1918 at the age of 37. At that time he was a self-employed farmer near Leonard Bridge, Lebanon, New London County CT. He gave his birth date as 25 Sep 1880.

The 1920 federal census records show Gottlieb and family residing at 176 Sussex Street, Jersey City NJ. The family comprised Gottlieb (38), Hulda (38), Albert (14), Louis (13), Alfred (11), and William (7). Gottlieb was an oiler at a powerhouse.

The 1930 census (with Fausak misspelled Fausch in the index on Ancestry.com), the family (Gottlieb, Hilda, Lee?, Alfred, and William) were living at 104 Mercer Street, Jersey City NJ; there were several roomers living with the family.

Gotltieb's original passport was in the possession of Raymond A. Fausak in 1997; it was a Russian-language passport issued in Russian Poland showing Gottlieb as German citizen.

Reported in church records to have died of "complications" about 2 weeks after wife's death. Gottlieb was survived by 3 sons. 
FAUSAK, Gottlieb (I23)
 
303 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I428)
 
304 Graduated from high school in Jakarta, and completed B. Computer Sci. from Biola University in 1996. Working as a missionary with Operation Mobilisation in North Africa. GRAF, Heath Dylan (I417)
 
305 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I420)
 
306 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I371)
 
307 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I418)
 
308 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I421)
 
309 Gravestones in Prutowka Cemetary:
Only three gravestones were found in the Prutowka cemetary. Most of the others had been removed for
building materials. They are:

Johann Hein
Born 18 January 1840 in Poland
12 April 1904

Wilhelm Steinbart
Born 21 February 1887
Died 15 December 1913

Michael Jasswein
Born 11 September 1841
Died 8 October 1904

from http://www.geocities.com/ancestorsus/Volhynia.html

Prutowka (Neuheim) is about 24 miles W of Zhitomir. 
JESSWEIN, Michael (I1885)
 
310 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I9)
 
311 Gustav came to the US at the age of 25 on 1 Feb 1909 aboard the SS Necker from Bremen. He was shown as single. His name and entry line are crossed out, however, suggesting that he was not allowed to enter (?). Several others that he appeared to be traveling with were also crossed out (Edward Sommerfeld, Gustav Skrobski, Martin Pletz), but their names were not preceded by a stamped "deported", as were some other entries on the page.

He also is shown to have entered on 17 Feb 1909 aboard the SS Brandenburg sailing from Bremen on 1 Feb 1909(??). He was 25, single, and showed his father Ludwig Look in Swidre, Poland as nearest relative. He was going to visit his brother Leon Look at 133 Morris Street, Jersey City NJ. 
LOOK, Gustav (I1959)
 
312 Gustav was called August in the birth records of his son Edward Henry Fausak from St. Matthew's Lutheran Church in Jersey City NJ.

He was married at Rev. Bavendam's home in 1918, rather than in St. Matthew's church; the marriage records show his birthplace as U.S. (incorrect?).

The 1920 census records (Jersey City ED 145, 4th ward, Supr. District 9)) shows the family residing at 228 Montgomery Street, Jersey City NJ. The family is Gustav Fausack at age 23, wife May at age 21, and son Edward at age 1 8/12. The record shows May (sic) as immigrating to the US in 1902 (with Gustav), as born in Russia with German mother tongue; that information may be erroneous.

The 1930 federal census (ED 37, 4th ward, Supr. District 7, block 236) shows Gustav (34), Mary (32), and son Edward (11) Lausak (sic) living at 234 Montgomery Street, Jersey City NJ. Gustav's birthplace is shown as New York, and his is shown as the owner of a butcher shop. Albert Emil Fausak (b 1912) remembers that Gus had a butcher shop on Mercer Street in Jersey City NJ.

He began working at an early age (about 12) as delivery boy for a Jersey City butcher, Mr. Bischoff, at 70 Mercer Street (between barrow and Grove). A few years later, when Gustav was in his late teens, Mr. Boschoff retired and sold the butcher shop to gustav for $1. Gustav ran the sho as Fausak's Meats until some time in the early 1940's, when he sold the shop and took a job with an A&P supermarket.

Gustav remained Lutheran through the main part of his life, but converted to Catholicism (his wife's faith) in his last few weeks of life. 
FAUSAK, Gustav Ernest (I79)
 
313 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I395)
 
314 Hans Fausack is listed on p. 34 of "Die Prignitz und ihre städtische Bevölkkerung im 17. Jahrhundert: Havelberg, Kyritz, Lenzen, Perleger, Pritzwalk, Wittstock" by Georg Grüneberg, 1999, published by Verlag G. Grüneberg, Lenzen, Elbe. He is shown in the Havelberg Feuerstellenverzeichnis (Hearth List) of 1654 apparently as resident in house 79, I. Quartal. FAUSACK, Hans (I12199)
 
315 Harold farmed Albert's farm until he suffered a stroke (right side paralized) in summer of 1993. FAUSAK, Harold M. (I437)
 
316 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I543)
 
317 Helena is listed in the 1893 index of the Nasielsk church registry (LDS 1,197,738 item 2, p. 10 right) FAUSAK, Helene (I1056)
 
318 Helena was godmother to Jan Fausak, born in 1831 in Bledowo. TREICHEL, Helena (I981)
 
319 Henry's death date unknown, but he was not listed as a beneficiary in the probate settlement of the estate of Jacob Fehlauer in 1950, as were his siblings Arthur, Herman, Frieda, and Helen. FEHLAUER, Henry (I7050)
 
320 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I4966)
 
321 Herbert is a loner and had not much contact with the rest of the family for most of his life. He left the farm at 18 after graduating from high school and joined the merchant marine; he sailed worldwide, sometimes as purser, and usually on T2
oil tankers. Ports of call in the late 1940s and early 1950s included the Netherlands Antilles, the Perisan Gulf, Japan.

He attended college (unknown) and became an accountant and financial adviser to the film industry in Hollywood.

Herbert never married, preferring contractual liaisons. In 1996, he said he had phlebitis and walked as therapy - usually about 36 block each day. A colorful character.

Died of cancer. 
MEYER, Herbert Harold (I135)
 
322 His SS application on 28 Jan 1939 shows his name as Hermann Louis Fausak, his residence as 260 (?) Princeton Avenue, Jersey City NJ. He spelled his mother's surname as Keene. His occupation at that time was listed as "Carpenter B&B".

Hermann and Stephanie were next-door neighbors at the time of the 1930 Federal census. 
FAUSAK, Herman Louis (I95)
 
323 His SS application, filled out by hand on 23 Jun 1943 when he was 14 years of age, showed his address as 296 Clerk Street, Jersey City NJ. He was unemployed at the time of the application. FAUSAK, Charles Edward Jr. (I280)
 
324 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1895)
 
325 Identified as a witness at the birth of Louisa Bertha Look in 1895. His relationship to Adam and Karolina is speculative.

Witness at the birth in 1896 of Gottlieb Look, son of Adam Look and Maria K____(?); age shown as 33 (therefore born circa 1863).

Identified on the birth registration of son Gottlieb in 1897; age shown as 34 (therefore * 1863). 
LOOK, Jacob (I1229)
 
326 Identified as Daniel Fausak on the birth record of his son Johann in 1823 in the Zakroczym Roman Catholic church records (LDS 689,444, no. 6, p. 3L). He signed this record in a clear hand as Daniel Fauzack.

Identified at the age of 35 on the death registration of his father Johann Michael Fausak in 1827. He is also shown in the 1827 Zakroczym registry as first reporting witness of the death of Daniel Ikiert (perhaps Reichert?).

Martin (Marcin) Daniel is shown on the marriage record of his son Jan Fausak to Anna Ziginger (or Zeigner?) in 1849. That record also shows another Jan (Johann) Fausak as "father's brother", age 43 (b 1806); therefore Martin Daniel had a brother named Johann. Martin is listed as a farmer in Galachy, a village on the north bank of the Wisla River south of Modlin.

He is identified in most records from his lifetime as Daniel Fausak (probably following the German custom of the time of using the second given name in everyday usage and ignoring the first name).

His death is recorded in the Zakroczym Roman Catholic church registry. Witnesses were shown as Frydrych Sikingier (Zeigner?) and Jan Zelus?. That record shows his age as 66 and is believed to be in error (it should be 36); he is shown as a widower (his wife died the year before), and as having children Johann and Rosa. 
FAUSACK, Martin DANIEL Julius (I1223)
 
327 Identified as deceased in the marriage registration of his son Jakób Hein and Helena Fennart in 1859. FELD, Caroline (I1127)
 
328 Identified as Eufrozyna Heinów (presumably Hein was her name before she married Piotr) in the birth registration of her daughter Emilia in 1856. HEIN, Eufrosine (I1118)
 
329 Identified as the father on birth registration of daughter Louisa Bertha in 1895. It is not known for certain that he is the son of Adam and Karolina.

Identified as the father on birth registration of son Gottlieb in 1896.

There was an Adam Look, farmer in Bledowo, age 33 in 1922 (therefore * 1863), who was a witness at the baptism of Louisa Berta Fausak in 1896.

There was an Adam Look, farmer in Bledowo, age 59 in 1922 (therefore * 1863), who was a witness at the baptism of Berta Fausak in 1922. 
LOOK, Adam (I1225)
 
330 Identified at age 16 in 1851 marriage registration from Nowy Dwor records (no. 17, p. 101, LDS film 774,334); registration photocopied. HEIN, Franciska (I976)
 
331 Identified at age 23 as witness at birth of Zuzanna Polinski in 1856 (LDS 0730038, no. 31, page 9L. POLINSKI, Christoph (I1570)
 
332 Identified by Edward Louis Fausak, Sr. in 1997. Died in Jersey City Medical center at an early age, according to Ed Fausak, who also believed that he had a daughter. WITTLIEB, Carl (Charles) (I864)
 
333 Identified from birth registration of son Gustaf in 1914 (LDS 1,197,635, no. 20).

There was a Eufrozyna as a godparent to Olga Fausak in 1894. If the same person, then Eufrozyna was probably born around 1874. 
FAUSAK, Eufrosine (I1473)
 
334 Identified from birth registration of son Gustaf in 1914 (LDS 1,197,635, no. 20, page ?). HINKELMANN, Ludwig (I1472)
 
335 Identified from birth registration of son Karl in 1914 (LDS 1,197,635, no. 49, page 29R). FAUSAK, Olga (I1476)
 
336 Identified from birth registration of son Karl in 1914 (LDS 1,197,635, no. 49, page 29R). MIELKE, Aleksander (I1475)
 
337 Identified from the birth record of her daughter Bertha in 1893.

Her death date is speculative and based on the fact the Julius Look had another child with Albertyna Grünke(?) three years hence. There could have been two Julius Looks, however. 
GURSCHKE, Christine (I1230)
 
338 Identified in 1849 marriage record of son Michael (LDS 1,197,739, no. 8, p 43).

Identified in 1850 marriage record of son Jacob (LDS 1,179,739, no. 35, p 91).

Death record in 1856 from LDS film 689462, no. 69, p. 65; record photocopied. No age given at death, but she was shown as a widow. Name spelled Fehlauer. 
JABS, Catherine (I1011)
 
339 Identified in 1849 marriage record of son Michael (LDS 1,197,739, no. 8, p 43).

Identified in 1850 marriage record of son Jacob (LDS 1,179,739, no. 35, p 91). Michael signed the record.

Identified in 1855 marriage record of son Samuel (LDS 1,179,739, no. 20, p 220). Michael signed the record; Samuel did not.

Name spelled Fehlau on birth records of son Samuel in 1836 and son Gottlieb in 1838. Michael signed Samuel's record, but the ink smeared so can not tell how he spelled his own name. 
FEHLAUER, Michael (I1010)
 
340 Identified in the marriage registration of his son Jacob Hein and Helena Fennart in 1859. HEIN, Christian (I1126)
 
341 Identified on birth registration of daughter Olga; record is in Russian cursive, and her first name is undecipherable as yet (1998). SHENKE, Florentine (I1181)
 
342 Identified on her marriage registration (Cieksyn civil record no. 17, p. 5, LDS 0,689,560) to Kystyan Hein in 1829; registration photocopied. Her age is shown as 27, therefore born in 1802. Her parents were shown on the marriage certificate.
Witnesses were Marcin Koppe and Krystyan Plez.

Her age is shown as 32 in 1842 on Justina's birth registration (therefore b. 1810). 
MATZ, Anna (I1152)
 
343 Identified on his marriage to Anna Matz in 1829 in the Cieksyn civil records (no. 17, p. 5, LDS film 0,689,560); registration photocopied. He is described as a widower (?) and farmer at Zoledowo, Russian Poland. His age was given as 44,
therefore born in 1775. Witnesses were Marcin Koppe and Krystyan Plez.

He was a farmer in Zoledowo (1829-30), Kepa Kikolska (1839), and Augustowek (1842). Zoledowo is near Cieksyn; Augustowek in on the south side of the Vistula south of Nowy Dwor.

His age was given as 49 in 1842 (therefore b. 1793) (?).

A Kyrstyan Hein (believed to be this one) was witness at the birth of Rozalia Karau in Augustówek in 1843 (no. 16, p. 11 LDS 0,689,460); his age was given as 56, therefore b. 1787).

A Kyrstyan Hein (believed to be this one) was witness at the birth of Ewa Schlag in Augustówek in 1848 (no. 54, p. 47, LDS 0,689,460?); his age was given as 62, therefore b. 1786). 
HEIN, Christian (I1151)
 
344 Identified on the 1840 birth registration of daughter Anna; name shown as Karolina z Wintów. There is another Karolina nee Winter Fausak who at this same time was married to Friedrich Fausak and producing children; that Karolina was widowed in 1854.

Improbably, there may have been two Karolina Winters, one married to Friedrich Fausak and the other married to Gottlieb Fausak. 
WINTER, Caroline (I1026)
 
345 Identified on the birth registration (in Russian) of daughter Bertha Wilhelmina Look in 1894. Wife's name appears to be Ottilia, not Emelia, Hein. A scond wife? LOOK, Ludwig (I549)
 
346 Identified on the birth registration of daughter Julianna Cygner (Zeigner) in 1845. She is assumed, but not confirmed, to be the daughter of Michal and Ewa. REDMANN, Rosalia (I1167)
 
347 Identified on the birth registration of daughter Julianna in 1845. Name was spelled Cygner. ZIEGNER, Johann (I1168)
 
348 Identified on the birth registration of her son Karl in 1845.

Identified on the death registration of her daughter Anna in 1864 (reg. no. 25, p 205, LDS film 0,689,462). 
REDMANN, Elizabeth (I1170)
 
349 Identified on the birth registration of his daughter Bertha in 1893.

Shown as a witness to the birth of Robert Bartz, son of Andrzej Bartz and Karolina Fausak, in 1895. 
LOOK, Julius Ludwig (I562)
 
350 Identified on the birth registration of his son Karl in 1845. WOLFSCHLAGER, Johann (I1171)
 
351 Identified on the birth registration of son Robert in 1895; age shown as 27? (therefore * 1868).

Identified on the birth registration of son Wilhelm Benjamin in 1897; age shown as 28 (therefore * 1869).

Identified on the birth registration of daughter Natailia in 1900; age shown as 32? (therefore * 1868). 
BARTZ, Andreas (I537)
 
352 Identified on the death records of his mother Louisa in 1829 (Cieksyn civil records no. 23, p. 4a, LDS 0,689,560); registration photocopied. His age is shown as 23, therefore *1806.

There is another Johann Fausak born about 1806 to Friedrich Fausak and Karolina Wahl. Either these are the same Johanns and the parentage is incorrect, or there were two Johanns born about the same time (not improbable). 
FAUSAK, Johann (I1165)
 
353 Identified on the death registration of his mother Anna at the age of 27 in 1827.

Witness at death: Daniel Fausak and Johann Redmann. He died one day later than his mother; his age is shown as three quarters, implying that he died at birth with his mother. 
FAUSAK, Wilhelm (I1227)
 
354 Identified on the marriage registration of her son Piotr to Franciska Hein (Heyn) in 1851. SCHLAG, Anna (I975)
 
355 Identified on the marriage registration of his son Piotr to Franciska Hein (Heyn) in 1851. HEIN, Peter (I998)
 
356 Identified only on the birth registration of his daughter Emilia in 1856. He is shown as a farmer in Ostrow at the age of 33 (therefore b. 1823).

Identified at age 27 on the marriage registration in 1851 to Franceksa Heyn. 
HEIN, Peter (I1117)
 
357 Identified with age 22 on birth registration of daughter Anna in 1808. Her last name on that document is Enków rather than Henke (or Henków).

Identified on the marriage registration of daughter Anna to Jan Fausak in 1825. 
HENKE, Ewa (I1132)
 
358 Identified with age of 26 on birth registration of daughter Anna in 1808.

Identified on the marriage registration of daughter Anna to Jan Fausak in 1825.

Death reg. no 15, p 51, LDS film 0,689,462. 
REDMANN, Michael (I1131)
 
359 Identified with husband Andrzej on the birth registration of their son Wilhelm Benjamin Bartz in 1897.

Identified with husband Andrzej on the birth registration of their daughter Natalia 1900.

Her parentage is not known with certainty and she is shown here with Johann Fausak and Anna Zeigner just as an educated guess. 
FAUSAK, Caroline (I1222)
 
360 IGI FAUSACK, Anna (I2727)
 
361 IGI FAUSACK, Jacob (I2735)
 
362 IGI HENNING, Catharina (I2736)
 
363 IGI - LDS 1,553,792 not seen FAUSACK, Agnesa (I2725)
 
364 IGI; film 1,553,792 (not seen). FAUSACK, Joachim (I2739)
 
365 IGI; films 0,172,441 and 0,072,290. FAUSACK, Heinrich WILHELM FERDINAND (I2733)
 
366 IGI; LDS film 1,553,792 FAUSACK, Johann Christian (I2744)
 
367 IGI; LDS film 1,553,792 (not seen). ROHDE, Ilsabe Gottliebe (I2731)
 
368 In 1996, Ken Jesswein had a photograph of Pauline and two younger women, Erma and Gertrud, presumed to be her daughters; photo dated 1 Aug 1960. The photo was embossed with "Grill, Donaueschingen".

(There was a Pauline Fehlauer listed at the age of 31 in the 1930 Federal Census (therefore *1898). She was a live-in servant for the family of Edward and Marcella Weil in Grosse Point, Wayne Co., Michigan. This Pauline was single, born in Poland, and spoke German as her mother tongue. She entered the US in 1923. Ref: Grosse Pointe Park, Wayne, Michigan; Roll: T626_1072; Page: 15A; Enumeration District: 931; Image: 0364)

Pauline was shown in the probate records of Jacob Fehlauer in 1950 as living in "Crestanice, Poasta Liping, Prov. Wagnrice, Prg. Poranaski, Poland" (the placenames are almost certainly mispelled). 
FEHLAUER, Pauline (I665)
 
369 In 1996, Ken Jesswein had an undated photograph passed down by his mother Emma and grandmother Amalie that showed Amalie's brothers Josef and Fritz. FEHLAUER, Joseph (I660)
 
370 In 1999, Richard Blount had a wedding booklet for Adolph and Helen from St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Jersey City NJ. Witnesses were Elsie Renn and Arthur J. Schaab. Wedding guests included Lillian Renn, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Fausak, Albert Fausak, Bertha Fausak, Mr. and Mrs. Ludwig Fausak, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Fausak and family, and others. RENN, Helen Emma (I948)
 
371 In German Army 1943; missing in action.

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from: http://feefhs.org/de/opru/oprurl/oprurl-001.html

RICHTER, Werner
eMail address: w.richter@rcn.com

My grandparents are Alfred and Hedwig RICHTER. Alfred RICHTER was born 11 May 1906 at Elbing, East Prussia and my Grandmother Hedwig RICHTER (surname FEHLAUER) was born 1 December 1910 at Gerdauen. They were married sometime in June 1929. They had five children named (from oldest to youngest) Erich in 1930, Willi in 1931, Eva in 1932, Walter in 1934 and Elke in 1943. Laubacken apparantly had a castle from the Prussian Kingdom. The religion was Lutheran with a church Legiten (spelling unsure, used phonetically) and the location of Laulacken was on the road from KreisLabiau toward Konigsberg, approx 4 kilometers south of Kampken, a small seaport. My grandfather was the Mayor of Laubacken between 1936 and 1942. He was also (spelling unsure) Standsbeamter (like a Justice of Peace). He went to serve (in the Army) in 1943 and has not been heard or seen since then. My father, Willi, came out East Prussia/Russia on 16 October 1948 and then was sent to Sachsen (near Dresden) In April 1949, he went to Kreis Vechta, West Germany, where his sister Elke still lives. (Steinfeld with my Grandmother, who is currently in a home). My goal is to find people who might have known my grandparents or neighbours from the East Prussian area and possibly have contact with them. While my father is still alive and of sound mind, he can also be of assistance to any that request it. During the 1970 and 1980 period, my Uncle Erich formed many German-American relations in conjunction with the Steuben Parade in New York. He was a rather public figure in German American groups. I also ask the reason for my query is to such for cousins and other relatives that I know exist, but had no contact with. Thanking you for your help in advance. 
RICHTER, Alfred G. (I4576)
 
372 In July 2002, there was an Edward F. Renn, age 84, living in Bridgeport CT (found in a web search).

Edward is assumed to have died prior to his mother's death in 1931; her will probate notice (New York Times, 14 Mar 1931, pg C32) lists heirs as "three daughters" only. 
RENN, Edward (I949)
 
373 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2618)
 
374 In the early 1930s, Edward and Bertha lived in Obrab, Poland (west of Wola Wodzynska). His brother Robert and wife Auguste nee Simon lived across the road; their father Friedrich and mother Caroline nee Hein lived with Edward and Bertha. When Robert was inured in 1938, Edward drove him in a horse-drawn wagon to a hospital; Robert died on the way. After Caroline's death in the late 1930s, Friedrich lived alternately with either Robert's widow Auguste or with Edward and Bertha. RENNSPIES, Edward (I60)
 
375 Information about Friederich Fausak and spouse Karolina Wahl come from oral tradition (KHF) and has not been confirmed as of late 2005. FAUSACK, Friedrich (I840)
 
376 Information about John Rath resulted from internet searches in Jun 2003 by LEF. Sources included 1920 and 1930 federal census records, and several other genealogies that came from a search. RATH, Johann (John) (I226)
 
377 Information from Gräbernachweis des Volksbundes Deutsche Kriegsgräberfürsorge e.V. (http://www.volksbund.de/graebersuche):

Otto Fausak ruht auf der Kriegsgräberstätte in Bergheim (Frankreich) . Endgrablage: Block 1 Reihe 17 Grab 885 
FAUSAK, Otto (I848)
 
378 It was noted in the marriage record that his mother was alive, but did not name her. FAUSACK, Johann Joachim Christian (I13894)
 
379 It was reported by Emma Fausak Jesswein that Emma Hazel had both legs amputated (although not at same time). Emma's nephew Ed Fausak Jr. reported that she had severe diabetes and ultimately died of diabetes complications.

 
FAUSAK, Emma Rosa (I107)
 
380 Jacob apparently was living in Deutschbriesen, East Prussia during the period 1914-1916 (and perhaps longer); his son Herman received a passport and extensions in order to visit and help on the farm during that period during WWI. His passport documents contain a reference to his brother Henry Fehlauer, a naturalized US citizen residing in Chicago IL. FEHLAUER, Jacob (I40)
 
381 Jan (Johann) is shown as a survivor on his father's death registration in 1849; nothing else is known as of April 1998. HEIN, Johann (I1104)
 
382 Jochim Fausack appears on p. 69 of Georg Grüneberg's book "Die Prignitz und ihre Bevölkerung im 17. Jahrhundert: Haveberg, Kyritz, Lenzen, Perleberg, Pritzwalk, Wittstock". He is shown as a Halbardier on the Masterung (conscription) list for Havelbrg in 1610. FAUSACK, Joachim (I14939)
 
383 Johann Friedrich Dahler married Catherine several months after the birth of Christian Friedrich; he may or may not have been the father. FAUSACK, Christian Friedrich (I9356)
 
384 Johann Heinrich Fausack is named in the marriage record of his son Caspar Joachim Christoph Carl Fausack in Weitgendorf in 1832. FAUSACK, Johann Heinrich (I13898)
 
385 Johann Michael Fausak was identified on the marriage registration of son Johann and Anna Redmann in 1825. Johann is shown as a farmer from Kolonia Gulachy, a former village on the north bank of the Wisla River immediately east of Nowy Dwor Mazowiecki.

Johann's death is recorded in the Zakroczym, Poland Roman Catholic church registry. His age is recorded as 66, therefore setting his birth year at about 1761. Johann Redmann at age 40 is a witness to the death record; he could be a brother to Anna Redmann, wife of Johann Michael's son Johann. Daniel Fausak (presumed to be Johann Michael's son Martin Daniel) at age 35 is the other witness. Johann's wife is noted as Luisa Fausaków and his children are identified as Daniel, Friedrich, Johann, and Dorota. 
FAUSACK, Johann Michael (I1166)
 
386 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I194)
 
387 John and Bernice were childhood friends, and came together again late in life after a class reunion; Fred Rose had died, and John and Bernice married. SLATTERY, John Joseph (I723)
 
388 Joined Canadian Army in 1942 and served overseas for three years. On his return he got his own farm near Evansburg (the N.W. 3-55-7-W5), and married Hazel Bjornstad in 1947. They raised a family of nine, suffering the loss of a daughter, Helen, in 1973.

Active community worker and volunteer who served as a school trustee for 32 years. Served on many local boards and in 1998 was on the Evansburg Village Council. Has been named both Citizen of the Year and Grouch of the Year. 
FAUSAK, Alfred Leonard (I56)
 
389 Julian was a witness at the age of 21 in 1896 (therefore * 1875) to the birth of Gottlieb Look, son of Adam Look and Maria K____(?).

Julian was a witness at the age of 26 in 1897 (therefore * 1871) to the birth of Gottlieb Look, son of Jakob Look and Rosalia (?) Grinke (or Grünke).

Julian arrived in the US at the age of 30 on 10 November 1901 aboard the steamship SS Phoenicia out of Hamburg on 27 Oct 1901. The ship's manifest is available at www.ellisisland.org, and shows his birthplace as Brondono (presumably Bledowo). Julian is shown as married, and as a laborer. His record precedes one for Jakob Kolm of Plonsk; they may have been related and traveling together. His destination was New York, to visit a friend Conrad? Müller. His departure record also appears at a Hamburg search page (www.linktoyourroots.hamburg.de); it confirms the above information and adds Place of Residence as: "Mirr, Russland". The Hamburg Passagierlisten also confirm his residence as Mir, Russia.

He arrived a second time (at the age of 36) on 23 January 1907 aboard the SS Blucher from Hamburg. The ship's manifest is available at www.ellisisland.org, and shows his birthplace as Blendowo and his first name as Julian. His destination is shown as his brother Adolf Fausak in Jersey City NJ. He was apparently traveling with Ludwig Wichowski, age 40, of Borkowo RP who listed his destination as a friend Carl Fausak at 128 Warren Street, Jersey City NJ. Julian was shown as 5' 5" tall with blue eyes. He did not indicate that he had been in the US before. He paid his own passage and had $10. He was married, and indicated that he could not read or write.

Julian and his second wife Maryanna are named on the birth registration of their daughter Bertha from the Nasielsk records in 1922 (no. 9, p. 73, LDS 1,197,635). Julian was 51 (therefore * 1871) and Maryanna was 32 (therefore * 1900).

Birth records of son Robert Fausak in 1923 in Bledowo (reg. 33, p. 89, LDS 1,197,635) show Julian, and his age (although deceased) as 52 years old (therefore * 1871). 
FAUSAK, Julius Edmund (I1099)
 
390 Julianna Stendel is noted as the sister of Alfred Mayer (aka Meyer, Meier, Maier) on his US entry papers in 1922. MEIER, Julianna (I154)
 
391 Julius and his second wife Maryanna are named on the birth registration of their daughter Berta from the Nasielsk records in 1922 (no. 9, p. 73, LDS 1,197,635). Julius was 51 (therefore * 1871) and Maryanna was 32 (therefore * 1900).

Her name is shown as Janacka on the registration of her son Robert in 1923; Julius was deceased by this time. 
JANECK, Maryanna (I1100)
 
392 Julius Sommerfeld entered the US at Ellis Island on 3 Jun 1914 at the age of 26. He was married, giving his nearest relative in Europe as wife Amalie Sommerfeld, Darfbody(?) Russia. He was accompanied by his mother Louisa, age 48 (therefore born c. 1866), and his sister Olga, age 17 (therefore born c. 1897). All listed their birthplace as Pultusk, Russia. Their sponsor was Edward Fausak of 285 Jersey Street, New York NY (not New Jersey), and he was listed as brother-in-law to Julius, son-in-law to Louisa, and brother-in-law to Olga. At that time, Edward Fausak was married to Antonia Wittlieb and lived in Jersey City NJ (?).

Julius Sommerfeld and wife Amalia were also found on the Bremen passenger lists of 1926, when they and their three children emigrated to southern Brazil. Apparently Julius delivered his mother and sister to the US and then reurned to Poland before emigrating to Brazil. 
SOMMERFELD, Julius (I4116)
 
393 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I704)
 
394 K. Jesswein (in 1996) had a photograph, passed down from his mother Emma and his maternal Grandmother Amalie, of Leokadia and her daughter (unnamed) and her grandson (also unnamed). The photo was undated and embossed with "Foto Stackowski, Brutzen".

Leocadia was listed in the probate records of Jacob Fehlauer as living at Palats Roten Armee, Bautzen Str., Sachsen Germany in August 1950. 
FEHLAUER, Leokadia (I663)
 
395 Karl and Augusta's children unclear; differing information from Hattie A. (Meyer) Fausak, who had a list of nine children shown in a letter to an unknown person, and then 4 named children elsewhere. Karolina, Bertha, and August were common to both lists. SPERLING, Auguste (Justine?) (I175)
 
396 Karl Hein traveled to the US in 1913 at the age of 20. He sailed aboard the SS George Washington from Bremen on 5 Apr 1913 and arrived in New York on 14 Apr 1913 (indexed at www.ellisisland.org as Carl Hein). His relative in Europe was given as father Wilhelm Hein, in Breszcze, Volhynia. His destination in the US was his cousin Ad. (Adolf?) Fausak, 144 Morris Street, Jersey City NJ. HEIN, Karl Wilhelm (I4770)
 
397 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I877)
 
398 Karol Hein appears at the age of 35 as a witness at the baptism of Anna Rozalia Duwe in 1843 in Pomonca Bledowska (no. 151, p 101, LDS 0,689,460). He was a farmer at Pomocna Bledwoska.

Death registration in 1849 from Nowy Dwor records (no. 51, p. 161, LDS 1,197,739). Witnesses were Karól Friedrich and Fryderyk Ziegner (husband of Dorota nee Fausak, age 47). He appears to have been survived by children Jan and Emelia and
wife Amalia nee Hartfiel.

Karol's widow Anna nee Hartfiel married Jan Zeigner (Cygner), son of Fryderyk Ziegner and Dorota nee Fausak, in 1850 (recorded on LDS film 1,197,939, page 87, record no. 31).

Death registration photocopied. 
HEIN, Karl (I995)
 
399 KB Barenthin fiche 21900/6 S 309 1824
Catharina Maria Fausak verehel. gewes. Gaedke + 7. Februar 1824 # 13.2. 75 Jahr
 
FAUSACK, Catharina Maria (I13319)
 
400 KB record very hard to read; it is unclear whether Joachim died or his wife Anna Catherina Fuhr died. FUHR, Anna Catharine (Trine) (I14195)
 

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