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John Gaca (1866 - 1948)

John Gaca
Born in Northeim, Newton WI USAmap
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Husband of — married 1893 in Northeim Newton WI USAmap
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Died in Newton WI USAmap
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Buried in St. Casimir Church Cemetery-Northeim WI USA Find-a-Grave Memorial #: 105687068



John Gaca, 89, a retired farmer who had resided for the past three years with his daughter, Mrs. Charles Post, at 1946 N. Tenth street, passed away this morning at St. Nicholas hospital after a brief illness. Mr. Gaca was born at Newton Aug. 29, 1866, the son of Ignatz and Anna Gaca, pioneer settlers. He was married to Susan Peaschek in 1893. He leaves two sons, Joseph, of Two Rivers, and Julius, of Manitowoc; three daughters, Mrs. Andrew (Catherine) Shedlosky, of Mishicot, Mrs. Charles (Regina) Post, of Sheboygan, and Miss Florence Gaca, of Oshkosh, 13 grand- children and 10 great-grandchildren; a brother, Adam, of Milwaukee; and a sister, Mrs. Hattie Bonin of Manitowoc. Mrs. Gaca preceded her husband in death in 1928. A requiem high mass will be held at St. Casimir’s church at Nordheim, Manitowoc county, Tuesday morning and burial will be on the family lot in the church cemetery. Friends may call at Gerends Funeral home from 3 p.m. Sunday until the time of services. Sheboygan Press, December 11, 1948 P. 8

From Sheboygan county death records: John Gaca (v.56 p.143) Widower of Susan Peaschek Aug. 29, 1866-Dec. 11, 1948 Son of Ignatz Gaca and Anna (both born Germany) Born Town of Newton Died from "paralytic ileus, 4 days -cancer of prostate, 2 1/2 years" Buried at St. Casmir's Cemetery, Town of Newton

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