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401 Known (in 2011) only from photographs from the Renn (Rennspies) family. She is believed to be related (perhaps a niece) of Pauline nee Wilkes Rennspies, wiofe of Adolf Rennspies. Richard E. Blount spoke with her c 2003. WILKES, Dorothy (I10108)
 
402 Known as "Skeets" SCHIESTEL, Joseph Thomas (Skeets) (I675)
 
403 Known from a name listing in:

Title: Quaestiones de Euripidis Hercule furente: Jahresbericht des Koeniglichen katholischen Gymnasiums zu Breslau für das Schuljahr 1846/47
Author: Julius Zastra
Publisher: Robert Lucas, 1847
Original from: the Bavarian State Library
Digitized: Jan 20, 2010
Length: 60 pages 
FAUSACK, Oscar (I9646)
 
404 Known from an internet listing found in Apr 2007 entitled "Glashütten im Erzgebirge" He was shown as a "tenant" or "tenant" in Heidelbach from 1820-1823. Heidelbach is a few km from the present-day border with the Czech Republic. See http://erzgebirgsglas.de/html/personen_heidelbach.html.

Another internet reference probably to the same person was discovered in June 2009 at http://books.google.com/books?id=ANXNAAAAMAAJ, which is a digitized copy of "Sitzungsberichte des Vereins zur Beförderung des Gewerbfleisses" written in 1830. It seems to refer to a W. Fausack who (perhaps) managed a glassworks owned by Count Solmschen (or called the Count Solmschen glassworks?) in or near Baruth, a town about 35 miles south of Berlin. 
FAUSACK, WILHELM Carl Christoph (I9301)
 
405 Known from the marriage records of Karl and Helena Fausak. There was a Krystyan Muller born in 1849 in Grabie, Nasielsk parish, but it is not known if this is the same man. MUELLER, Christian (I2763)
 
406 Known in Aug 1999 only from SS record for SS#147-44-2768. A copy of the SS application dated 1967 shows her name as Margaret G. Vassallo. She may have married twice, once to a Riell and again to a Fausak. The connection is still unknown as of 2013. FAUSAK, Margaret G. (I1478)
 
407 Known only as a witness at the christening of August Ferdinand Otto Wensch, son of August Wensch and Louise Plotz, in Storbeck, Brandenburg on 25 Dec 1865. FAUSACK, Wilhelm (I7793)
 
408 Known only from 1930 census records from Bayonne City NJ, where he is shown living with his grandparents Robert and Louisa Kretschmann (probably Louisa nee Fausak).

The SSDI lists a Frderick W. Stueber born 29 Oct 1923 (SSN 120-14-4114 issued in NY before 1951) who died 15 Nov 2003 in Adamstown, Frederick Co. MD. It is not certain that this is the same person. 
STEUBER, Frederick William (I4062)
 
409 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F3305
 
410 Known only from a Polish-language book entitled "Stosunki gospodarcze i spoleczne Krakowa w latach 1846-1866" ("Economic and Social Relations of Krakow in the Years 1846-1866") by Juliusz Demel, published by Nakl. Tow. Milosnikow Historii i Zabytków Krakowa, 1951. FAUSACK, W. (I9772)
 
411 Known only from a reference in a German-language publication entitled "Litteratur Och Kritik" published in 1949(?). There is a reference to a "Mecklenburger Fausack" who who created church statury and who died in 1498. A better translation from German may provide more and better information. FAUSACK, _____ (I6317)
 
412 Known only from a reference to two individuals at http://www.genealogienetz.de/reg/BRG/neumark/Landsberg/bagland2.htm and at http://foko.genealogy.net/show_all.php?ds_max=100&ordby=1&SearchField=F&methNM=1&searchCI=Vietz&methCI=1. The first listing was posted by Dr. Gerd C. Schmerse (gerd@schmerse.de). FAUSACK, _____ (I5516)
 
413 Known only from entries in the Adressbucher for Neuruppin between 1900 and 1934. It has yet to be determined if he duplicates another Wilhelm Fausack. FAUSACK, Wilhelm (I7944)
 
414 Known only from his name (spelled Vausack) appaearing as a sponsor at the christening of Carl Friedrich Wilhelm Wolter on 16 May 1853 in Bechelin, Brandenburg. The child was the son of Christian Wolter and Friederike geb. Müller; relationship to Fausack unknown. FAUSACK, Wilhelm (I7788)
 
415 Known only from mention in Polish-language book:

Title: Dane historyczne dla miejscowos'ci w obre;bie Bieszczadzkiego Parku Narodowego i otuliny
Volume 12 of Monografie Bieszczadzkie
Author: Roman Marcinek
Publisher: Os'rodek Naukowo-Dydaktyczny Bieszczadzkiego Parku Narodowego, 2001
ISBN: 8388505750, 9788388505751
Length: 218 pages

This source requires further investigation and translation. 
FAUSACK, Wilhelm (I9347)
 
416 Known only from name (as Feliks Fauzak) found in 2002 on the website of the Archives of Norway (www.riksarkivet.no/krigsfanger/f.html); the entry is shown below. That page lists Soviet POWs held in Norway during the Second World War.

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Fangenr Etternavn Fornavn Farsnavn Fødselsdato Nasjonalitet Eskenr Mappe__navn_nr idnr

20 Faustov Nikita Grig. 1901-01-01 Russisk 24 Diverse 2 83785
40 Fauzak F. I. 1896-01-01 Polsk 14 Bardufoss 1 3238
40 Fauzak Feliks 1896-01-01 Polsk 24 Diverse 1 83088
53 Fdjanin P. N. 1915-08-23 Russisk 19 Jessheim 7 51762
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Feliks had only one Prisoner Record (no. 40) but two case numbers, two ID numbers, and two camp names; perhaps he was captured twice. His Father's Name is shown only as "I.", perhaps Ivan = Johann? His connection here to Johann Fausak, born in Bledowo in 1851, is a best guess and is unconfirmed. Further investigation of the Nasielsk churchbooks held in Polish archives in Pultusk may ultimately show if this is the proper connection.  
FAUSAK, Felix (I3845)
 
417 Known only from photographs in collection of Emma Fausak Jesswein. JESSWEIN, Michael (I1443)
 
418 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5514)
 
419 Known to Raymond A. Fausak as "Uncle Herbie" (although same generation?) BUGGELN, William Herbert (I294)
 
420 Last name (if it is the same person) is Sieber on the birth of his daughter Louisa Dorota in 1823; his wife is clearly shown as Dorota Fausaków.

Last name spelled Cygner on birth registration of son Jan in 1830 (Cieksyn civil records no. 25, p. 5, LDS 0,689,560); record photocopied. Fryderyk's age is shown as 25 (therefore b. 1805).

His age is shown as 46 on the birth registration of his daughter Karolina in 1839 (therefore b. 1793).

Last name spelled Zyginger on birth registration of son Ludwig in 1842.

Last name spelled Ziegner on birth registration of son Karól Hein in 1847 (reg. 41, p 80, LDS 1,197,634).

Last name spelled Cygner on the marriage registration of his son Ferdynand to Karolina Paul in 1853.

Death registration from Nasielsk Evangelical Lutheran church records. Witnesses were Heinrich Hinklemann (husband of Rosalia Fausak) at age 30 (therefore * 1825), and Ludwik Lebidowski at age 33. Freidrich's parents are identified on the record, as is his wife Dorota Fausaków. 
SIKINGER, Friedrich (I991)
 
421 Last name variously spelled as Loohk and Lauck in records of St. Matthew's Lutheran Church, Jersey City NJ. First name may be Leon or Leonard (shown as Leonard in marriage records for St. Matthews Church).

Arrived in US on 10 March 1906 aboard the SS Main sailing from Bremen, Germany on 24 February 1906 (www.ellisisland.org). He is shown as 20 years old at the time, and single. His name is given as Leon Lok, and his bp as Wola RP. He appears to have been traveling with Frederick Renn (?Bann? Baum?); the destination for both was 133 Morris Street, Jersey City NJ. Renn lists his US conatct as brother (in law?) __ Maron at the 133 Morris St. address, and Leon gave friend ____ Schweitzer at the same address.

His daughter Emilie said in 1997 that her father and mother bought a bakery on Hudson Blvd (now Kennedy Blvd) in Jersey City when she was 10 years old, therefore 1936. 
LOOK, Leonard (I274)
 
422 LDS 0,730,037, no. 16, page 5L. POLINSKI, Justine (I1502)
 
423 LDS 1897692/1, p. 294, reg. 865. PECHTEL, Karoline (I2143)
 
424 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1028)
 
425 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5)
 
426 Leopold is remembered by Ludwig Müller to have been a very good musician - played trumpet. He played with church and town bands; was said to have heard some music from passing cruise vessels on the Wechsel River and to have transcribed them. Thus, the town band got new music. Sister Adele (who later married Edmund Lentz) was remembered to have sung along with Leopold.

Leopold's grave in Tarchomin has no gravestone; his wife remarried and did not pay for a stone. The grave (and others) in Tarchomin was visited and photographed by Lee Fausak, Hartmut Fausak, and Ludwig Muller in August 2001.
 
FAUSAK, Leopold Heinz (I855)
 
427 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I416)
 
428 Listed as "vermisst" (missing) from 3rd Company, 1st Battalion, Infantry Regiment No. 26. FAUSACK, Wilhelm (I11362)
 
429 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I405)
 
430 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1189)
 
431 Lived only about 2 months, according to Ed Fausak Jr. in 1997.

He was believed to be John and Emma's first son (discrepant with dates given). 
HAZEL, Edward Fausak (I837)
 
432 Lost in action in WWI. MEIER, Gottfried (I131)
 
433 Lost in action in WWI. MEIER, Rudolph (I153)
 
434 Lost In Action WWII STENDEL, Werner (I212)
 
435 Lost in action WWII in Leningrad WITKOWSKI, Helmut (I197)
 
436 Louis came to the United States at the age of 3 (?) with his older brother Ludwig, his younger brother Alfred, and his mother Hulda in 1911. The ship's manifest is available at www.ellisisland.org.

Some discrepant information: HF spoke w/MF in 1985 and noted from that conversation that Louis (Matthew's grandfather) was born in Prussia in 1899 and immigrated to America with his family in 1900. That would have been prior to Gottleib's marriage to Hulda

Louis' marriage to Susan (at the age of 30) was his second; he was noted as divorced in marriage records of St. Matthew's Lutheran Church, Jersey City NJ. He resided at 104 Mercer Street, Jersy City NJ at the time of his second marriage. Alfred Fausak was a witness at the marriage.

Information from MF, Highland Village, TX in 1985 is that both Louis and Susan died in an automobile accident (collision with train in rural Pennsylvania) that also killed Mrs. Maty Barankovitz. They were traveking on a rural road to visit Louis' son-in-law.

First name shown on birth certificate is Ludwig; RAF has birth certificate (1996).

Became citizen of U.S. when father was naturalized. 
FAUSAK, Ludwig (Louis) (I80)
 
437 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I114)
 
438 Louisa Graff was identified on the marriage registration of son Johann Fausak and Anna Redmann in 1825.

Louisa's 1829 death registration is found in Cieksyn, Poland civil records. The record shows (1) names of parents, (2) a 23 year old son Johann (therefore *1806), (3) that Louisa was a widow, and (4) her age at death as 63. It did not give the names of her husband Johann Michael Fausak, who had died 2 years earlier, or her other children. Witnesses at deather were her son Johann (age 23) and Friedrich Sykind (Ziegner?, age 27, * 1802) 
GRAF, Charlotte LOUISE (I1161)
 
439 Louisa's birth registration is record number 27, page 271, of the 1843 Nowy Dwor registry (LDS film 0,689,459). It shows her father as 44 years of age (therefore * 1799) and mother's age as 41 (therefore * 1802). There appears to be a duplicate registration shown as no. 27, p. 18, LDS 0,689,460. Her last name is spelled Fauzakk.

Louisa is shown as a child (with brother Johann) on Karolina's death registration in 1856 (record 11, page 50, LDS film 0,689,462). 
FAUSAK, Louise (I982)
 
440 Ludwig Look's relationship based not on church records but on oral history by Martha Firus nee Look (6 May 2000 at home of Ludwig Mueller in Osterode, Germany). She was certain that a Ludwig Look was the brother of an Adam Look. She also related that Ludwig Look had 3 wives, of whom Rosalia Kolm was the last. LOOK, Karl LUDWIG (I1957)
 
441 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1928)
 
442 Ludwig's birth record appears in the churchbooks of St. Jacob's Catholic church in Tarchomin ( Akta stanu cywilnego parafii rzymskokatolickiej s'w. Jakuba w Warszawie (Tarchomin) 1869), even though he was of the Ev. Lutheran Faith. FAUSAK, Ludwig Ferdinand (I10163)
 
443 Ludwig's birth registration was found in the birth registry of the Nasielsk Lutheran Church; the record shows his father as Johann Fausak and mother as Anna Redmann. That document, handwritten in Polish script, shows the Polish version of his first name (Ludwik) and his last name as Fauzakk.

Albert Emil Fausak related in 1997 that he remembers his father Emil, and Emil's first cousin Adolf Renn, joking about Ludwig marrying four daughters out of the same family, and with the last one being one of a pair of twins. (Adolf Rennspies, or later Renn, was in also listed as Emil's half-brother inn Ellis Island entry document, suggesting that Ludwig married Adolf Rennspies' widowed mother.)

Ludwig appears at the age of 47 (therefore *1847) as a witness at the birth of Albertyna Krieger in Nasielsk in 1894 (LDS 1,197,738, no. 39, p. 22); the record is handwritten in Russian.

Ludwig appears at the age of 48 (therefore * 1848) as a witness to the birth of Louisa Look in Mogowo in 1896; Louisa Fausak was shown as a godmother to the child.

Ludwig is shown as godparent to Robert Rennspies at his baptism in 1895 (along with godmother Ewa Bauer).

Ludwig is listed as the nearest living relative in Poland on the US entry manifest for his grandchildren Lydia and Rheinhold Kretschmann in 1906. He is shown as resident in Janufka (perhaps Janowko, a village immediately NW of Gasocin located on the railway about 22 km NW of Nasielsk).

Ludwig's name is shown three times in marriage records of his children in St. Matthew's Church, Jersey City NJ in the early 1900's.

Ludwig is believed to have died in East Prussia, Germany about 1925, in his mid 70's. He is shown as living in Germany in Oct 1924 on the U. S. passport application of his son Emil Fausak. Other information came from his daughters Bertha and Emma, who suggested that he died in Bledowo in the early 1920s; that information was given orally to Hattie Fausak during a visit to Germany in about 1980. 
FAUSAK, Ludwig (I12)
 
444 Ludwig's third wife was sister to his first wife, according to oral tradition in the family. Her name is not known, but she was believed to be one of four Hein sisters who married Ludwig. HEIN, Emilia (I14)
 
445 Luiza's age is shown as 29 in 1845 on the birth registration of Karól Wilhelm, therefore bd is 1816.

Research by Iris Kornelsen (ikornelsen@shaw.ca) on Ancestry.com shows last Luise's name as Radke. 
RATZ, Louise (I1068)
 
446 Lydia entered the US in 1901, according to the 1930 federal census records and had been naturalized by 1930.

Lydia's name was also spelled Ledia (on 1910 census records) and Litta (on 1920 census records). 
FAUSAK, Lydia Caroline (I92)
 
447 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I691)
 
448 Marriage certificate shows Adam's birthplace as Russland (Russia).

Adam was reported by Adeline Meyer Hughes (1996) to have come to the US and attempted to farm in NY state; he contracted tuberculosis and died (possibly in Germany). 
WITKOWSKI, Adam Julius (I151)
 
449 Marriage certificate shows date of birth as 25.1.1887. Also shows birthplace as Russland. MEIER, Dorothea (I150)
 
450 Marriage LDS film 1,895,614, reg. 144, p. 710. MESSERSCHMIDT, Caroline (I1899)
 
451 Marriage of Adam Look and wife Karolina Fausak found in LDS film 1,197,739 (marriage register from Nasielsk Evangelical Lutheran parish), page 188, record no.15. The marriage register shows Adam's age as 19 (therefore born in 1835) and Karolina's as 16 (therefore born in 1838). Also shown are Johann Helfer age 37 (b 1817) and Adam Wegner age 42 (b 1812). LOOK, ADAM Gottfried (I977)
 
452 Marriage record found KB Putlitz betr. Weitgendorf, fiche 25303/1 S 0370

Johann Joachim Christian Fausack, angehender Kolonist in Weitgendorf 24J
Vater: Caspar Joachim Christoph Carl Fausack, weiland Kolonist in Weitgendorf
Mutter lebt
oo 29 Januar 1858
Elisabeth Maria Dorothea Dahlenburg 24J
Vater Anton Dahlenburg Altsitzer und Büdner in Strigleben

 
FAUSACK, Johann Joachim Christian (I13894)
 
453 Marriage record from 1855 Nasielsk register on LDS 1,197,739, no. 20, p 170. Witnesses were Michael Ahrend and Martin Kopp. No father is identified. TIMM, Caroline (I2024)
 
454 Marriage record in 1849 from Nasielsk records (LDS 1,197,739, no. 8, p 43). Witnesses were Gottlieb Klukas and Ludwig Stelter.

Death LDS film Antonowka, Volhynia (not seen). 
STELTER, Caroline (I1062)
 
455 Marriage record in 1849 from Nasielsk records (LDS 1,197,739, no. 8, p 43). Witnesses were Gottlieb Klukas and Ludwig Stelter. Michael signed the record. Name spelled Fehlauer.

Michael signed the birth record of his daughter Amalia in 1850. 
FEHLAUER, Michael (I1061)
 
456 Marriage record in 1850 in Nowy Dwor LDS 1,197,739, no 35, p 91; photocopied. SIMON, Caroline (I1923)
 
457 Marriage record in 1850 in Nowy Dwor LDS 1,197,739, no 35, p 91; photocopied. Michael Pusch at age 40 was a witness. Name spelled Fehlauer.

Both Jacob and his father Michael signed the marriage record. 
FEHLAUER, Jacob (I1916)
 
458 Marriage record in 1852 from Nasielsk registry (no. 2, p. 144, LDS 1,197,739). Also shows Jan Hefler, age 35, and Ludwik Stelter, age 36. PLETZ, Martin (I1020)
 
459 Marriage record in Russian on LDS film 1197511, no. 18, p. 175; record photocopied. Both Karl and Helena signed their names.

Karl Muller came to the US at the age of 32 on 15 Feb 1909 aboard the SS Brandenburg out of Bremen on 1 Feb 1909. His home was shown to be Neu Swidre, Warshau, and his wife Helene was his nearest relative in Europe. He traveled in the company of Gustav Look of Swidre, Martin Pletz of Dembinki, Gustav Skrobski of Lebionka(?), Ludwig Wolff of Neu Swidre, and perhaps others. His destination was Jersey City NJ to visit a friend Edward Wauspack (almost certainly his cousin Edward Fausak), 180 Woolens(?) Street, Jersey City NJ (as was Ludwig Wolff). Karl was 5'7" tall, and showed his birthplace as Neu Swidre.

Karl's grandson Berthold Müller related in 2016 that Karl lived with his half brother Friedrich Müller and worked in a brewery in Lansing MI. He reportedly returned to Poland with enough money to buy one of the largest farms in Swidry.

Ludwig Müller said in 2001 that his grandfather Karl went to the US about 1925 to work for 4 years in Michigan with a Fausak family. At that time, Adolf Fausak was the only Fausak in Michigan, although Adele Fausak Lentz may have also been there by that time. 
MUELLER, Karl (I861)
 
460 Marriage record in Russian on LDS film 1197511, no. 18, p. 175; record photocopied. Both Karl and Helena signed their names. FAUSAK, Helene (I860)
 
461 Marriage record to Caroline Messerschmidt on LDS film 1,895,614, reg. 144, p. 710; reference is made to record 163 in the main register.
 
FEHLAUER, Ludwig (I1897)
 
462 Marriage recorded in Book VII, p. 510, St. Matthew's. His age was not shown, but his address was given as 71 Sussex St., Jersey City NJ. He was listed as a laborer in those records, and this marriage was his first.

Edward Nicoll (sic) was a sponsor at the baptism of Cora Anna Lincoln on 21 Sep 1919 at St. Matthew's. Cora Anna was the daughter of Richard Lincoln and Matilda nee Fausak.

Shown as Edwin Nikel in the 1920 census records (first ward, ninth supervisor's district, ED 110, shett 6A). 
NICKEL, Edmund (I311)
 
463 Marriage records also shown in Caterbow records; name shown as Frausack. FAUSACK, CAROLINE Wilhelmine Dorothea (I7771)
 
464 Marriage registration in 1823 from Zakroczym Roman Catholic records (LDS 0689444, no. 3, p. 3). Her last name is clearly shown as Wind, she is shown to be 25 years old (therefore *1798), and the daughter of Michal Wind (deceased).

Identified on the birth and marriage records of her son Johann (*1831). Age shown as 26 in 1831 on Johann's birth registration (therefore *1805).

Her age is shown as 25 in 1828 on the birth registration of her son Johann Friedrich, therefore *1803.

Her age is shown as 34 in 1834 on the birth registration of her son Henryk, therefore *1800.

Karolina's death registration shows her a wdowa = widow at the time of her death in 1856 at the age of 55 years (therefore *1801). Her birthplace is listed as Wola Bledowska. She is shown only as the daughter of the married couple Winter; her parent's names were not given. Witnesses at her death registry were Jan Fott and Jan Schweitzer. Her death registration lists only 2 children (presumably surviving children): Johann and Louisa. 
WINTER (WIND), Caroline (I988)
 
465 Marriage registration in 1823 from Zakroczym Roman Catholic records (LDS 0689444, no. 3, p.3). He is shown to be 37 years old (therefore *1786) and the son of Johann Fausak and Louisa nee Graf; witnesses were Wilhelm Wolf, Johann. Friedrich's birthplace is shown as Plenitz.

Fryderyk is listed at the age of 38 in 1831 (therefore b. 1793) at the birth registration of his son Johann (Jan), and at age 40 in 1834 (therefore b. 1794) at the birth of his son Henryk.

Identified on the birth and marriages registrations of his son Johann (*1831). Age shown as 38 in 1831 (therefore *1793) on Johann's birth registration.

Identified at age 30 in 1828 (therefore *1798) on birth registration of son Johann Friedrich.

Witnesses at death were Johann Fott and Johann Hefler. His age was given as 58, therefore *1796, and he is shown as the son of deceased Michael and Louisa Fausak. He is also shown to be survived by 3 children (unnamed) and his wife Karolina nee Winter. His origin appears to be in Pruss = Prussia. 
FAUSACK, Christoph FRIEDRICH (I987)
 
466 Marriage registration in 1850 is shown as reg 17, p 73, Nasielsk records (LDS film 1,197,739).

Death registration in 1853 is reg. 18, p 239, LDS 1,197,739; record photocopied. 
FEHLAUER, Amalia (I1009)
 
467 Marriage registration of Johann Fausak and Anna Redman in 1825 found in Cieksyn, Poland civil records. That record is unclear, but appears to show Johann's parents as Johann Michal Fausak (spelled Fouzak) and Luiza Graffs - the records needs further attention and translation. Johann's age is shown as 19 (therefore born in 1806), and Anna as 17 (therefore born in 1808).

On the death registration of Louisa Fausak nee Graff in 1829, shown in the Cieksyn civil records (no. 23, p. 4a, LDS 0,689,560), there is shown a 23 year old Johann Fausak, son of the deceased, that appears to verify the parentage in the paragraph above. Louisa is shown as a widow at the time of her death.

The alternate death date of 22 Oct 1864 for Johann was given by K-H. Fausak in 1987; it is now known to be in error. the date may, however, have other significance.

Age shown as 21 in 1827 (therefore *1806) on birth registration of his daughter Karolina.

Johann is shown at the age of 27 in 1834 (therefore *1807) as a witness to the birth of Karolina Treychel in Brzezenki. Roman Treychel was the father and Karolina nee Mitzger was mother. Johann was also sponsor of the child, along with Zuzanna Mitzger.

Age shown as 30 in 1834 (therefore *1804) on birth registration of his daughter Louisa.

Age shown as 32 in 1838 (therefore *1806) on birth registration of his daughter Karolina.

Johann is shown at the age of 30 in 1838 (therefore *1808) as a witness to the birth of Johann Maron in Brzezenki (no. 68, p. 12b, LDS 0,689,560).

Johann is shown at the age of 32 in 1838 (therefore *1806) as a witness to the birth of Eufrozyna Treychel in Brzezenki (no. 5, p. 2a, LDS 0,689,560). Michal Treychel was the father and Michal Redmann was also a witness. Johann was also sponsor of the child.

Johann is shown at the age of 30 in 1839 (therefore *1809) as a witness to the birth of Karolina Zeigner in Brzezenki (no. 55, p. 10b, LDS 0,689,560). He was also a sponsor of Karolina, whose mother was Dorota nee Fausak.

Age shown as 30 in 1840 (therefore *1810) on birth registration of his son Johann.

Johann is shown at the age of 30 in 1840 (therefore *1810) as a witness to the birth of Elizabeth (Elzbieta) Wolfschlager in Brzezenki (no. 97, p. 17b, LDS 0,689,560). He was also a sponsor of Elzbieta; her mother was Elzbieta nee Redmann, who may have been Johann's sister-in-law.

Johann is shown at the age of 30 in 1840 (therefore *1810) as a witness to the birth of Louisa Maron in Brzezenki (no. 96, p. 17a, LDS 0,689,560).

Name and age found on birth registry of Eufrozyna Hoffman in 1841 (reg. 164, page 41, Nowy Dwor registry, LDS film 0,689,459) where he was shown as 37 years of age and therefore born in 1804. He was godfather to Eufrozyna Hoffman.

Name and age found on birth registry of Ludwig Zyginger (Zeigner?) in 1842 (reg. 170, page 196, Nowy Dwor registry, LDS film 0,689,459) where he was shown as 38 years of age and therefore born in 1804.

Name and age found on birth registry of Julianna Freymuth in 1843 (reg 150, page 78, Nowy Dwor registry, LDS film 0,689,459) where he was shown as 38 years of age and therefore born in 1805. (There appears to be a duplicate of this entry as no. 150, p. 100, LDS 0,689,460.)

Name and age found on birth registry of Heinrich Kolm in 1843 (reg. 4, page 250, Nowy Dwor registry, LDS film 0,689,459) where he was shown as 42 years of age and therefore born in 1801. He was godfather to Heinrich Kolm. (There appears to be a duplicate of this entry as no. 4, p. 3, LDS 0,689,460.)

Name and age found on birth registry of Julianna Freymuth in 1843 (reg. 150, p. 78-79, Nowy Dwor registry, LDS film 0,689,459) where he was shown as 38 years of age and therefore born in 1805.

Name and age found on birth registry of Karl (Karól ) Treychel in 1843 (reg. 76, page 28, Nowy Dwor registry, LDS film 0,689,459) where he was shown as 37 years of age and therefore born in 1806. He was both witness godfather to Karól Treychel. (There appears to be a duplicate of this entry as no. 76, p. 51, LDS 0,689,460).

Johann is shown at the age of 35 in 1843 (therefore *1808) as a witness to the death of Gottlieb Wegner in Bledowo (no. 21, p. 261, LDS 0,689,460).

Name and age found on birth registry of Ludwig Wegner in 1844 (reg 28, page 155, Nowy Dwor registry, LDS film 0,689,459) where he was shown as 42 years of age and therefore born in 1802.

Johann is shown at the age of 30 in 1845 (therefore *1815) as a witness to the birth of Karl Wolfschlager in Brzezenki (no. 13, p. 3b, LDS 0,689,561). He was also a sponsor of Karl, whose mother was Elzbieta nee Redmann, who may have been Johann's sister-in-law.

Name and age found on birth registry of Wilhelmina Wegner in 1846 (reg. 51, p. 29, Nasielsk registry, LDS film 1,197,634) where he was shown as 36 years of age and therefore born in 1810.

Name and age found on birth registry of Ludwig Schweitzer in 1847 (reg. 73, p. 44, Nasielsk registry, LDS film 1,197,634) where he was shown as 42 years of age and therefore born in 1805.

Name and age found on birth registry of Wilhelm Freymuth in 1849 (reg. 99, page 187, Nasielsk registry, LDS film 1,197,634) where he was shown as 46 years of age and therefore born in 1803.

Name and age found on birth registry of Julius Pletz in 1849 (reg. 60, page 167, Nasielsk registry, LDS film 1,197,634) where he was shown as 46 years of age and therefore born in 1803.

Name and age found on birth registry of Michal Treychel in 1849 (reg. 68, p. 171, Nasielsk registry, LDS film 1,197,634) where he was shown as 43 years of age and therefore born in 1806.

Name and age found on birth registry of Karolina Heffler in 1850 (reg. 37, page 255, Nasielsk registry, LDS film 1,197,634) where he was shown as 44 years of age and therefore born in 1807.

Name and age found on birth registry of Leopold Freymuth in 1850 (reg. 65, p. 224, Nasielsk registry, LDS film 1,197,634) where he was shown as 46 years of age and therefore born in 1807.

Name and age found on marriage registry of Johann (Jan) Fausak and Krystyna Richert in 1850, where he was shown as 43 years of age and therefore born in 1807.

Name and age found on birth registry of Jan Hinkelmann in 1851 (reg. 36, p. 255, Nasielsk registry, LDS film 1,197,634) where he was shown as 44 years of age and therefore born in 1807.

Name and age found on death registry of Adam Look in 1852 (reg. 63, p. 230 or 239, Nasielsk registry, LDS film 1,197,739) where he was shown as 46 years of age and therefore born in 1806.

Name and age found on death registry of Jakob Schule in 1854 (reg. 38, p. 263, Nasielsk registry, LDS film 1,197,739) where he was shown as 44 years of age and therefore born in 1810. 
FAUSACK, Johann Christian (I985)
 
468 Marriage registration on LDS film 1,197,939, page 232, record no 32 for year 1855. It shows the last name spelled Cygner. The record also mentions Krysztof Sommerfeld age 33 (b 1822) and Jakob Lok age 26 (b 1829).

Shown as a witness to the death registration of 3 year old Anna Ziginger in 1859. But, his name is spelled Sykinger in the same record that Johann and Anna's names are spelled Ziginger. Maybe Sykinger does not = Ziginger? 
SIKINGER, Karl (I1015)
 
469 Marriage registration on LDS film 1,197,939, page 232, record no 32 for year 1855. The record also mentions Krysztof Sommerfeld age 33 (b 1822) and Jakob Lok age 26 (b 1829).

There is a 'panna' (maiden, or Miss) Louiza Ziegner shown as godmother at the baptism of Anna Rozalia Duwe at Pomocna-Bledowska in 1843 (reg. 151, p. 79, LDS film 0,689,459). This is probably not this Louiza, because she would have only been about 6 years old. 
MARSCHALL, Luiza (I1016)
 
470 Marriage registration to Amalia Fehlauer in 1850 is shown in the Nasielsk Lutheran records. His birthplace is shown as Legu (with a slash through the L and a cedilla under the E) in the powait of Lipno.

Death registration at the age of 47 from Nasielsk E.L. church records. Witnesses were Johann Kretschmann and Michael Bucholz. Michael's birthplace is shown as Lace powiat Lipno (the L may have a slash and the A has a cedilla). His mother's name is shown here as Ewa (not Maryanna) Fausloch. 
PUSCH, Michael (I1031)
 
471 Married at the German Evangelical Congregation in Sutton NE; see http://pixel.cs.vt.edu/library/churches/link/snebemar.txt. Family F171
 
472 Martha arrived in the US at the age of 17 on 11 October 1923 aboard the SS Sierra Ventana sailing from Bremen; a copy of the ship's manifest was obtained from the Ellis Island website in Nov 2001. She is recorded to have arrived in the US with $5.00. She was 5'2" and had red hair and brown eyes. Her previous residence was shown as Muschaken, East Prussia; her mother is shown as Luise Fausak. Her destination was NJ, to join her brother Emil Fausak at 255 16th Avenue, West New York NJ.

Martha was believed (perhaps mistakenly) to have been brought over from Germany at the age of about 21 after WWI, sponsored by her sister Amanda. Amanda and Leon Look traveled to Europe in 1920 or 1921 to visit their parents and Martha was sent over shortly thereafter. The Looks apparently had some difficulty with her life style (she openly smoked and consumed alcohol), and she was therefore given over to the care of her Uncle Emil. He also was not able to get her to conform to family norms. She was described as "a real character, with a big mouth and a big heart".

At the time of her marriage to John Dien at the age of 22 in 1927, she was living at 225 Erie St., Jersey City NJ.

By the time of her second marriage to Sigmund Pacholec, her last name was spelled Dean. Her bp was shown as Germany and she was shown to be widowed. At that time (at the age of 27) she lived at 114 Coles St., Jersey City. Leo was a plasterer, and this was his first marriage. 
FAUSAK, Martha (I2717)
 
473 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I375)
 
474 Mary's death date unknown, but she was not listed as a beneficiary in the probate settlement of the estate of Jacob Fehlauer in 1950, as were her siblings Arthur, Herman, Frieda, and Helen. FEHLAUER, Mary (I7049)
 
475 Mary's parents were both shown as born in Germany in the 1900 federal census. Those census records showed Louis and Mary as having had 3 children, with only one living. _____, Mary (I6094)
 
476 Mentioned as godparent in 1845 of Karól Wilhelm Hein (no. 165, p. 160, LDS 0,689,460). HARTFIEL, Amalia (I994)
 
477 Mentioned by name in the death record of his daughter Anna Maria in the churchbook from Mertensdorf, Ostprignitz, Germany, ELAB fiche 25174, p. 274 FAUSAK, Peter (I13832)
 
478 Michael and his parents are known only from his death record in Zakroczym, Poland from 1824. The Fausack family apparently did not emigrate to central Poland until 1818, so this death may have occurred when Michael was very young.  FAUSAK, Michael Friedrich (I9340)
 
479 Michael Look was a witness at the baptism of Gustav Hinkelmann in 1914 in Pomocna Bledowska, Russian Poland. LOOK, Michael (I9766)
 
480 Mildred and Lorraine were twin sisters who died within a week of each other when they were 13 years of age. Lorraine died of a heart ailment (non-congential), and Mildred died a week later of a strep infection. FAUSAK, Mildred (I85)
 
481 Miss Oregon U.S.A. 1981 LEWIS, Dawn Michele (I247)
 
482 Most of this information came from the following "Lebenslau" written by Wilhelm Jakobus in 1955 when he was 61 and living in Sterup, Flensburg, Germany.
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Curriculum Vitae

On May 26, 1894 I, Wilhelm Jakobus was born in Kl. Schlafken, Kr. Neidenburg, East Prussia. My father was the farmer Wilhelm Jakobus, and my mother, Amalie nee Baran.

From 1901 to 1908, I attended the elementary school in kl. Schlafken.

From 1908 to 1911, I learned the commercial trade with Ottomar Mohl in Nidzica / East Prussia and worked in the same business as Executive Assistant, later as Managing Director up to the outbreak of war in 1914.

I participated in the first world war of 1914-1918 as a sergeant. In July 1918, I was wounded and captured by the French, from whom I was released in 1920. After the captivity until my marriage I was employed by my firm as Managing Director.

Since we were 11 siblings at home, I first learned the business administration. My attachment to the land, however, was so great that I in April 1923 I married into a 7.5 h. farm and was also co-owner. I continued with this independent operation until my expulsion.

From my marriage emerged: 6 sons and two daughters, two of which died at a young age, likewise 3 sons and a daughter died during the invasion by the Red Army and the consequences of what has happened since. My son-in-law also fell in September 1944 in Russia.

I myself was also in the last World War from 1939 to 1940 and from January 1945 to the April 1945 was drafted as a sergeant on the front lines. On 15 April 1945, we were overrun in Lochstädter Wald and were rescued by transport on a hospital ship to Denmark, where on 20 June 1945 I was released at Flensburg.

On 8 January 1946 I finally was reunited with my family in Sterup, Kr. Flensburg where I still live today

 
JAKOBUS, Wilhelm (I12865)
 
483 Mother recorded as Alwine Florentine Fausack. The father and mother were 'unehelich' or unmarried. Sponsors were ____ Müller, _____ Rietzel, and Frau (?) Auguste Fausack. FAUSACK, Marie Auguste Alwine (I2750)
 
484 Mother's name recorded as Florentine Dorothea Fausack. LEHMANN, Gustav Adolph Franz (I7763)
 
485 Mother's name recorded in Dreifaltigkeit KB as Florentine Dorthea Sophie geb. Fausack. LEHMANN, Anna Auguste Fanny Wilhelmine (I7753)
 
486 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I516)
 
487 Name = Fansak in Ellis Island records. FAUSAK, Adolf (I3)
 
488 Name also reported as Hulda Leichwitz and Hilda Leichnitz. Her birthplace on the 1920 census records is shown as Warsaw.

She entered the US in 1900 (according to the 1930 federal census records) and married in 1904, when her marriage is recorded in the registry of St. Matthews Evangelical Lutheran Church in Jersey City NJ. At the time of her marriage at the age of 23 in 1904 (at St. Matthew's Church), she lived at 133 Morris Street, Jersey City NJ (same address as Gottlieb, Carl, and Anna Fausak). Witnesses at the marriage were Edward Fausak and Lizzie Neumann.

She (and Gottlieb?) apparently returned to Europe sometime between 1905 and 1911 with her son Albert; she re-entered the United States at the age of 29 with three sons Albert (age 6), Ludwig (age 3), and Alfred (age 2) in 1911. (Albert is shown on the 1920 census as born in Jersey City, whereas Ludwig and Albert were shown in the census as born in Mogowo, Poland).

The ship's manifest for the 1911 entry is available at www.ellisisland.org. Her name on that manifest is shown as Hulda Fausak. They arrived on 4 Dec 1911 from Rotterdam aboard SS Nieuw Amsterdam. She was apparently traveling with a sister, a single 19-year old woman named Martha Haase, whose record immediately followed Hulda's, and who was also from Pomocna, Poland. Both Hulda's and Martha's father is shown as Johann Haase of Pomoczne (sic), Warsaw, Russia. The entry record also shows a previous entry to the US from 1896-1905.

So, was Hulda's maiden name Leichwitz or Haase? (Perhaps Johann Haase was her step-father, but Martha's true father; would mean that Johann Haase married the widowed mother of Hulda some time between 1881 and 1889.)

Died of broncho-pneumonia, according to death record of St. Matthew's; she was survived by her husband and 3 sons.

Her gravestone in New York Bay Cemetery is reported to show her name as Hulda and her birth year as 1880. 
LEICHNITZ, Hulda (I117)
 
489 Name also shown as Polinski (the masculine form for which Polinska is the feminine counterpart) in other documents prepared by Adelheid Horicke (nee Witkowski). Julianne Immigrated to US after WWI; apparently her husband Julius had already died in Palnd or Germany by that time. She entered the US in September 1922, preceeding her son Alfred by 3 months; they both moved to North Dakota to live with Eduard (Alfred's brother).

Julianne lived with her children in North Dakota for a time, and then married a Johann Rath in Nebraska. Reportedly, a doctor in ND arranged the marriage between Julie and John Rath, who was in his 70s at the time, at which time she and Alfred moved to Nebraska. The 1930 federal census shows John Rath (incorrectly indexed as Ratley), age 81, and wife Julia, age 66, residing at 277 Malthy(?) Avenue in Sutton.

She returned to Germany after the death of her second husband (Rath) in 1932 (according to her g-daughter Hattie) and died there during the Second World War.

When her son Alfred married Louella Hoffman in 1928, Julie moved back to ND and then to Germany. In Germany, Julie moved back with or near her daughter Dorothea.

Julie did like her grandson Thomas and her granddaughter Adeline, and wanted to take those children back to Germany with her. The children's parents would not let them go. 
POLINSKI, Julianne (Julia) (I128)
 
490 name appears to be crossed off list; may not have emigrated at that time. PLETZ, Adolf (I6344)
 
491 name appears to be crossed off list; may not have emigrated at that time. PLETZ, Albertine (I6346)
 
492 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I330)
 
493 Name found as author of letter about football written in 1938 (?) at http://www.nittendorf.de/Mitteilungsblatt/MitteilungsblattJanuar2006.pdf. FAUSACK, Alfred Otto Karl (I5515)
 
494 Name found in 1896 index of births from Nasielsk registry; record in Russian cursive and not yet translated (June 1998).

Birth registration from Nasielsk records (LDS 1,197,738, no. 69, p. 73); record photocopied. Adam Look and Julius Kretschmann (?) were witnesses. Godmother was Maria Look. Record needs more and better translation. 
LOOK, Maria (I1238)
 
495 Name found in 1896 index of births from Nasielsk registry; record in Russian cursive and not yet translated (June 1998). First name not yet deciphered, but same name as another Look born in 1897.

Birth registration in Russian from Nasielsk records (LDS 1,197,738, no. 38, p. 65); record photocopied. Father Adam Look is shown as age 33 (therefore * 1863) and mother Maria (last name not yet deciphered) as age 24 (therefore * 1872).
Witnesses were Jakob Look at age 31 (therefore * 1863) and Julius Fausak at age 21 (therefore * 1875). 
LOOK, Gottlieb (I1241)
 
496 Name found in Lillian Fausak's funeral book from 1941. FEHLAUER, Frieda (I759)
 
497 Name found Jan 2004 at http://home.arcor.de/kerstinwolf/bayern.htm.

Fausack, Willy *01.09.1897 Pritzwalk
EF: Rosa geb. Kellner *03.01.1900 Eisenach
Filmverleihgeschäftsinhaber
Wohnanschrift: Kulmbach
Emigration: 1932 nach Bulgarien, Sofia, Bankowskastraße, 1933 Rückkehr

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Fausack, Willy - born 01.09.1897 Pritzwalk
Wife: Rosa nee Kellner, born 03.01.1900 Eisenach
Owner of film lending business
Residence: Kulmbach
Emigration: 1932 to Bulgaria, Sofia, Bankowskastrasse, 1933 return
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Name also found at www.allekinos.com/tuebingenmuseum.html (in German). Willy Fausack was apparently the operator of a movie theater at Am Stadtgraben 2, Tuebingen beginning in 1940 (possibly lasting through 1953). 
FAUSACK, Willi (I4355)
 
498 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2699)
 
499 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3474)
 
500 Name from grandson Paulo Fehlauer in 2005. ELLWANGER, Verena (I5216)
 

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