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Re: Andrew Jakubowski / Victoria Sasnika
Posted by: Norbert Stevens (ID *****7365) Date: December 15, 2012 at 18:31:19
In Reply to: Andrew Jakubowski / Victoria Sasnika by Greg Jakubowski of 56480

Hi Greg,
Maybe I can contribute some information to your genealogy research.
There is a death record for a Wiktoria Jakubowska in the Illinois State Achieves. http://www.ilsos.gov/isavital/deathsrch.jsp
According to the index, Wiktoria/Victoria died on 27 June 1908 in Chicago, Cook County, IL. She was 38 years old at the time and was assigned certificate # 00008302.
Andrew Jakubowski than married Connie Kossobudzki on 16 February 1909 at Holy Trinity Parish, still located at 1118 North Noble Street in Chicago, (773)-489-4140. Connie was the widow of Anthony Kossobudzki. There is an image of Andrew and Connie’s marriage record on the LDS Family Search site.
https://familysearch.org/search/image/index#uri=https%3A%2F%2Ffamilysearch.org%2Frecords%2Fwaypoint%2F11822225%3Fcc%3D1452409
The family than lived at 4340 West Iowa Street in Chicago, Cook County, IL 60651 until at least 1930.
There are 1900, 1910, 1920 and 1930 U.S. census records for the family.
The 1900 census is indexed as Andrew “Lakubowski” living at 1110 North Hoyne Avenue in Chicago, Cook County, IL (present-day zip code 60622).
The 1910 census is indexed as Andrew Jakubowski living at 4340 West Iowa Street in Chicago, Cook County, IL (present-day zip code 60651).
The 1920 census is indexed as Andrew Jakubowski living at 4340 West Iowa Street in Chicago, Cook County, IL (present-day zip code 60651).
The 1930 census is indexed as “Constant Javolowski” (a widow) living at 4340 West Iowa Street in Chicago, Cook County, IL (present-day zip code 60651).
Andrzej/Jedrzej/Andrew Jakubowski was born around August 1860 in Austria/Poland (he died between 1920 and 1930 in Chicago, IL). He married Wiktoria/Victoria Sasinka (or Tamilowska) around 1886, presumably in Northumberland County, PA. Victoria was born around October 1870 in Austria/Poland (she died on June 27, 1908 in Chicago, IL. It appears that Andrew and Victoria had seven (7) children: Peter Frank born on July 25, 1887 in Mt. Carmel, Northumberland County, PA, Anna born in January 1889 in Pennsylvania, Anthony born in Illinois? in December 1890, Joseph was born February 8, 1893 in Mt. Carmel PA, William/Vincent born in October 1897 in Illinois, Franciszka/Francis born on April 2, 1902 in Chicago and Franciszek/Frank born on December 7, 1904 in Chicago (died June 1, 1969 in Cook County).
According to the Holy Trinity marriage record for Andrew and Connie, the names of Andrew’s parents were Jan Jakubowski and Teresa “Baziukiewicz”. Connie’s parents were Michael Zablonski and Elizabeth “Trocka” .
Connie Zablonski married her first husband Anthony Kossobudzki on June 17, 1901 at St. Adalbert’s Church in Chicago.
It appears that Anthony and Connie had three (3) children: Joe born in 1903 in Illinois, Mary born in 1905 in Illinois and Eva born in 1907 in Illinois.
Andrew and Connie than had three (3) more children: Maggie born in 1912 in Illinois, John born in 1914 in Illinois and Stanley T. born on January 6, 1916 in Illinois.
Here is a link to the web site of Orphan’s Court of the Northumberland County PA:
http://www.northumberlandco.org/default.asp?iId=LHJMG
This official is the record keeper for the marriage documents in that county. The Pennsylvania marriage APPLICATION (not license) has the most genealogy information.
The county office of the PROTHONOTARY in Pennsylvania is the official record keeper of U.S. Naturalization documents. I should caution you that early naturalization documents (pre 1906) did not have much genealogy information.
Good luck,
Norbert


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