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1 1) Childhood friend of famous Polish-born novelist Joseph Conrad (Teodor Józef Konrad Nałęcz-Korzeniowski) Taube, Baroness Karolina Zofia Józefa (I67)
 
2 1) Sailed from Antwerp, Belgium on 18th of September 1909 aboard the SS Kroonland. Arriving at the Port of New York , New York, USA on 28 September 1909.
2) Ship's manifest indicates that passage was paid for by his brother, Jan Gnatowski, with whom he was going to stay.
3) Final destination was Ringwood, New Jersey, USA (location of brother Jan).
4) Ship's manifest lists age of 23 and single. 
Gnatowski, Bolieslaw (I1)
 
3 1) See "Zygmunt Gnatowski and the Koliba House" Gnatowski, Zygmunt (I17)
 
4 1) World War II Veteran. Enlisted in the US Army on 15 January 1944. Gnatowski, George C. (I6)
 
5 1) World War II Veteran. Enlisted in the US Army on 16 March 1943. Killed in action in Germany, 26 February 1945. Gnatowski, Leo J. (I4)
 
6 1) World War II Veteran. Enlisted in the US Army on 16 March 1943. Killed in action in Germany, 26 February 1945. Gnatowski, Leo J. (I43)
 
7 1) A World War II army veteran.
2) Served in Germany and received the Soldier's Medal for attempting to save a fellow soldier's life.
3) Laborer at PPG Industries for 44 years.
4) Member of Our Lady of Victory Roman Catholic Church in Harwick.
5) Enjoyed woodworking. 
Balash, Andrew J. Jr. (I78)
 
8 1) Antonina was deported to Siberia in 1940 with Sylwester and died there, aged 73 or 74.
2) The cause of death is not known and may not even have been recorded. The location of the death or burial is not known at present, but records may exist. 
Morawska, Antonina (I157)
 
9 1) As eldest son Jozef took over the family farm in Zawady on the death of Bronislaw in 1930.
2) During his Army service he served with distinction at Monte Cassino where he was awarded the Virtuti Militari (VM).
3) At the end of the war, Jozef had to return to Poland as he was married with a family and he faced a very uncertain future. The Soviet occupational army regarded anyone who had been in the west as a possible threat to their own supremacy and many were re-deported to Siberia, or simply disappeared from view probably executed by the Soviets. Jozef had to bury his old Army clothes and medals in a tin box to avoid suspicion. He just kept his head down and said nothing despite having his home turned over by the NKVD and KGB quite frequently. Eventually communism collapsed and Jozef could breathe freely again. 
Gnatowski, Józef (I160)
 
10 1) Castellan of Opoczyn Gnatowski, Michal (I1)
 
11 1) Castellan of Owruck Gnatowski, Antoni (I4)
 
12 1) Castellan of Zwinogrod Gnatowski, Jozef (I32)
 
13 1) Colonel in Polish Army

2) See "Polish Legionnaire"

3) See "WIEŚ ILUSTROWANA" 
Gnatowski, Pawel Tytus (I9)
 
14 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Gnatowski, Sylvia (I41)
 
15 1) Court judge of Kiev (1788) Gnatowski, Michal (I6)
 
16 1) Judge Gnatowski, Henryk (I11)
 
17 1) Lived in Baltimore, Maryland, USA before entering US Army.

2) US Army service information:

Dates of service: June 21, 1916 to May 24, 1919

NG band corp; muscian 3rd class 1/18/18; muscian 2nd class 3/12/19, Hq Co 4 Md. Inf;
Hq 54 Dep Brig 10/5/17; Hq Co 112 MG Bn 11/8/17; Hq Co 154 Dep Brig 1/28/18,
Honorable discharge 5/24/19

Decorations and Awards: WWI Victory Medal with Defensive sector battle clasp, WWI Victory Button (Bronze) 
Gnatowski, Julius (I3)
 
18 1) Lived in Baltimore, Maryland, USA before entering US Army.
2) US Army service information:

Dates of service: June 21, 1916 to May 24, 1919

NG band corp; muscian 3rd class 1/18/18; muscian 2nd class 3/12/19, Hq Co 4 Md. Inf;
Hq 54 Dep Brig 10/5/17; Hq Co 112 MG Bn 11/8/17; Hq Co 154 Dep Brig 1/28/18,
Honorable discharge 5/24/19

Decorations and Awards: WWI Victory Medal with Defensive sector battle clasp, WWI Victory Button (Bronze) 
Gnatowski, Julius (I1)
 
19 1) Part owner of Gnaty-Wiesniany Gnatowski, Stanisław (I3)
 
20 1) Part owner of Gnaty-Wiesniany Gnatowski, Aleksander (I4)
 
21 1) Part owner of Gnaty-Wiesniany Gnatowski, Michał (I5)
 
22 1) Performed his National service in the Heavy Artillery division of the army in 1925-1926.
2) Afterwards he worked in the National Forestry department until the outbreak of World War 2.
3) Aware of his impending arrest by soviet forces he went into hiding, however his mother (by then a widow) was arrested to force his hand. He gave himself up and after a brutal interrogation was deported along with Antonina and many thousands of other Poles to the depths of Siberia where they were expected (by the Stalinist Soviets) to die in total obscurity. Many did die. Of the 1.7 million Poles deported in 1940-1941 only 115,000 managed to get out. Sylwester was one of the survivors, Antonina was not.
4) Deliverance from Siberia was via Khazakstan into Persia (Iran) where the Anders Army was placed under the command of the Allies and Sylwester was deployed in Iraq and Palestine. At this time he had lost contact with the family who thought that he had perished for very obvious reasons. However he met up quite miraculously with his brother Jozef whilst in Palestine. Jozef had had a very similar experience at the hands of the Soviets and was also in Anders Army. Soon after this meeting Sylwester was shipped out from Palestine to the UK via the Suez, round South Africa hugging the coast of Africa and eventually to disembark in Glasgow, Scotland where he was enlisted into the RAF/PAF (Royal Air Force/Polish Air Force). 
Gnatowski, Sylwester (I109)
 
23 1) Sailed from Bremen, Germany on 13th of March 1900 aboard the SS Koln with brother Antonie. Arrived at the Port of Baltimore, Maryland, USA on 28 March 1900.
2) Ships manifest indicated that they were going to see a brother in Chicago (Stanislaw Nadolsky, Box 877, Barrington).
3) Ships manifest also lists their last residence in Wreschczewo.
4) 1910 Census has Telesforil living with his brother Antonie at 1719 Thames Street, Baltimore, Maryland, USA.
5) 1920 Census has Telesforil living with his brother Antonie at 1628 Thames Street, Baltimore, Maryland, USA.
6) An inquiry was held to determine the cause of Telesforil's death; it found that he had died of a chronic disease (hard to read death certificate). A secondary cause was heart failure. 
Gnatowski, Telesfor (I8)
 
24 1) Sailed from Bremen, Germany on 13th of March 1900 aboard the SS Koln with brother Telesforil. Arrived at the Port of Baltimore, Maryland, USA on 28 March 1900.
2) Ships manifest indicated that they were going to see a brother in Chicago (Stanislaw Nadolsky, Box 877, Barrington).
3) Ships manifest also lists their last residence in Wreschczewo.
4) 1910 Census has Antonie and family living at 1719 Thames Street, Baltimore, Maryland, USA.
5) 1920 Census has Antonie and family living at 1628 Thames Street, Baltimore, Maryland, USA.
6) An inquiry was held to determine the cause of Antoni's death; it found that he had died of an accidental drowning. A secondary cause was exhaustion. 
Gnatowski, Antoni (I1)
 
25 1) Sailed from Bremen, Germany on 16th of April 1904 aboard the SS Barbarossa. Arriving at the Port of New York, USA April 22, 1904. Her husband, Wawrzyn and daughter Marya accompanied her on the voyage.
2) Ships manifest has their final destination as Detroit, Michigan.
3) Passage paid for by brother-in-law, Jakob Gasdeski of 246 Buchanan Street, Detroit, Michigan, USA. 
Lewandowski, Michaelena (I19)
 
26 1) Sailed from Bremen, Germany on 16th of April 1904 aboard the SS Barbarossa. Arriving at the Port of New York, USA April 22, 1904. His wife, Michaelena, and daughter Marya accompanied him on the voyage.
2) Ships manifest has their final destination as Detroit, Michigan.
3) Passage paid for by brother-in-law, Jakob Gasdeski of 246 Buchanan Street, Detroit, Michigan, USA. 
Sowinski, Wawrzyn (I18)
 
27 1) Sailed from Liverpool, England on 24th of December 1912 aboard the SS Laurentic. Arriving at the Port of New York, USA January 3, 1913 at the age of 19.
2) Ships manifest has his final destination as Glen Lyon, Pennsylvania.
3) Passage paid for by "cousin, Josef Ubedzinsky" of Glen Lyon, Pennsylvania, USA.
4) Lived with Aunt and Uncle (Obidzinski) in Glen Lyon, Pennsylvania, USA.
5) Worked in local coal mine until miners went on strike.
6) Moved to Natrona, Pennsylvania, USA.
7) October 2, 1917 - June 5, 1919 serverd in U.S. Army.
8) November 29, 1918 Naturalized.
9) Active in Saint Ladislaus Drama Club.
10) Played tuba in the Polish Falcon band. 
Gnatowski, Walerjan (I9)
 
28 1) Sailed from Rotterdam on 14th of August 1909 aboard the SS Pottsdam. Arriving at the Port of New York, USA August 24, 1909.
2) Ships manifest has his final destination as Natrona, Pennsylvania.
3) Lived with his sister Mrs. Ignatz Sobczak, at 42 Pine Street, Natrona, Pennsylvania, USA. 
Jakubowski, Antoni (I35)
 
29 1) Sailed from Rotterdam on 14th of May 1910 aboard the SS Royndam with her daughter, Katarzyna Jakubowska. Arriving at the Port of New York, USA May 24, 1910.
2) Ships manifest has her final destination as Natrona, Pennsylvania. 
Furmanska, Władysława (I36)
 
30 1) Sailed from Rotterdam on 14th of May 1910 aboard the SS Royndam with her Mother, Wladyslawa Jakubowska. Arriving at the Port of New York, USA May 24, 1910.
2) Ships manifest has her final destination as Natrona, Pennsylvania. 
Jakubowska, Katarzyna (I10)
 
31 1) Sergeant Major in Polish Army Gnatowski, Tomasz (I27)
 
32 1) Served in the Navy during World War II
2) Worked as an overhead crane operator for Allegheny Ludlum Steel
3) Member of St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Parish, Natrona, Pennsylvania
4) A life member of the Natrona American Legion. Awarded the Legioneer of the Year award. 
Ziemianski, Stanley Martin (I110)
 
33 1) World War II Veteran. Enlisted in the US Army on 15 January 1944. Gnatowski, George C. (I44)
 
34 1. Author: "Die Gnatowskis. Die Geschichte einer masowischen Familie", Fürth: Selbstverlag, 2000. ISBN-Nr: 3-00-005311-5

2. Author: "... aus dem Schatten der Jahrhunderte... Historiographie der alten europäischen Familie von der Lehr", Fürth: Selbstverlag, 2002. ISBN: 3-00-009814-3

3. Ingenieur, Schauspieler, Marketingchef und Firmengründer. (Engineer, actor, marketing boss and firm founder.)

4. Gründer "Med.SSE-System GmbH" (http://www.medsse.de) 
von der Lehr, Alfred Ludwig (I32)
 
35 1. Owner of Skarzynówka, Gubernia Kamieniec, Podolia Gnatowski, January Bolesław (I52)
 
36 1. Colonel of russian tsar's army Taube, Baron Gustav Edward (I71)
 
37 1920 Census Family F3
 
38 1930 Census Family F3
 
39 Walerian_1893BirthRecord_sm Gnatowski, Walerjan (I9)
 
40

Catherine Ship Manifest1Catherine Ship Manifest2

 
Jakubowska, Katarzyna (I10)
 
41

Catherine Obituary

 
Jakubowska, Katarzyna (I10)
 
42

St_Lad Exterior1St_Lad Exterior2

 
Family F3
 
43

St_Lad Interior1St_Lad Interior2

 
Family F3
 
44

Walerjan Obituary

 
Gnatowski, Walerjan (I9)
 
45

Walerjan Ship Manifest1Walerjan Ship Manifest2

 
Gnatowski, Walerjan (I9)
 
46 1920 (January 26): Town of Natrona, Harrison Township, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania Family F3
 
47 1930 (April 17): Natrona Town, Harrison Township, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania Family F3
 
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Street, avenue, road, etc. House number (in ciities or towns). Number of dwelling house in order of visitation. Number of family in order of visitation. Surname Given name and middle initial, if any. Relationship of this person to the head of the family. Owned or rented Value of home, if owned, or monthly rental, if rented. Radio set Does this family live on a farm? Sex Color or race. Age at last birthday. Marital condition. Age at first marriage. Attended school any time since September 1, 1909. Whether able to read. Place of birth of this Person. Place of birth of Father of this person. Place of birth of Mother of this person. Language spoken in home. State code. Country code. Nativity code. Year of immigration to the United States. Whether naturalized or alien. Whether able to speak English. Trade or profession of, or particular kind of work done by this person. General nature of industry, business, or establishment in which this person works. Code Class of worker. Whether actually at work. Line number for unemployed. Whether a U.S. military veteran. What war or expedition? Number of farm schedule.
E 4th 701 403
Gnatosky Julius Head R 40

M W 31 M 30 No Yes Poland Poland Poland Polish 14 14 v 1912 Na Yes Proputis Premuies 9891 W Yes
Yes W.W.
E 4th


---- Louise Wife - H



F W 19 M 18 No Yes Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
58



Yes none







 
Family F2
 
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Street, avenue, road, etc. House number (in ciities or towns). Number of dwelling house in order of visitation. Number of family in order of visitation. Surname Given name and middle initial, if any. Relationship of this person to the head of the family. Owned or rented Owned free or mortgaged. Sex Color or race. Age at last birthday. Whether single, married, widowed, or divorced. Year of immigration to the United States. Whether naturalized or alien. If naturalized, year of naturalization. Attended school any time since September 1, 1909. Whether able to read. Whether able to write. Place of birth of this Person. Mother tongue of this Person. Place of birth of Father of this person. Mother tongue of this Person. Place of birth of Mother of this person. Mother tongue of this Person. Whether able to speak English. Trade or profession of, or particular kind of work done by this person. General nature of industry, business, or establishment in which this person works. Whether an employer, employee, or working on own account. Number of farm schedule.
Fleet St. 2427 35 267 Gnatowski Julius nephew

M W 25 S 1913 Na 1918
yes yes Russian Poland Polish Russian Poland Polish Russian Poland Polish
Boilerscaler Drydockco w
 
Family F2
 
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Immigration
No. on List. Family Name. Given Name. Age in Yrs. Age in Mos. SexMarried or Single Calling or Occupation. Able to read. Able to write. Nationality Race or People. Last Permanent Residence. Country. Last Permanent Residence. City or Town. The name and complete address of nearest relative or friend in country where alien came. Final Destination. State. Final Destination. City or Town. Whether having a ticket to such final destination. By whom was passage paid. Whether in possession of $50, and if less, how much? Whether ever before in the United States, and if so, when and where. Whether going to join a relative or friend; and if so, what relative or friend, and his name and complete address. Ever in Prison or Aimshouse or supported by charity. If yes, state which. Whether a Polygamist. Whether an Anarchist. Whether under Contract, express or implied, to labor in the United States. Condition of Health, Mental and Physical. Deformed or Crippled, Nature, length of time, and Cause. Height. Complexion. Color of Hair. Color of Eyes. Marks of Identification. Place of Birth - Country. Place of Birth - City or Town.
5GnatowskiValery18
MSfarm laboryesyesRussiaPolishRussiaPrusinfather, Alexander Gnatowski, Prusin, RussiaPaGlenlyonYescousin$5nocousin: Josef Ubedzinsky, Glenlyon, Pa. without str.nonononogoodno5'6"fairlight browngreynoneRussiaPrusin
 
Gnatowski, Walerjan (I9)
 

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