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Stanley Smith (1902 - 1928)

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Stanley Smith
Born in Jersey City, Hudson County, New Jersey, United Statesmap
Died in Secaucus Township, Hudson County, New Jersey, United Statesmap
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Biography

Stanley was born on 18 March 1902, in Jersey City, Hudson County, New Jersey, to Frank Jablonski and Catherine Sendzikowski. [1] [2] [3] [4]

In 1905, they were living at 144 Stuben Street, ward 1, Jersey City, Hudson County, New Jersey, which they were renting. [2]

In 1910, he was living with his family at 97-1/2 Stuben Street, Jersey City, Hudson County, New Jersey. He was attending school. [5]

In 1915, he was living at 148 First Street, Jersey City, with his mother and several siblings. He was in school, at St Mary's, a parochial school. [6]

In 1918, he was living at 154 1st Street, Jersey City, with his mother. He was a machinist helper, at Colgate + Company (55 York Street, Jersey City, Hudson County, New Jersey). He was medium tall, medium build, and had gray eyes and black hair. [3]

In 1920, he was living at 154 First Street, Jersey City, Hudson County, New Jersey, with his parents and several siblings. He was a helper at a can factory. [7]

In 1925, he was living at 154 First Street, Jersey City, Hudson County, New Jersey. He was a laborer. [8]

His niece Frances Tiets claimed he was studying to be a priest when he died, but according to his death certificate he was a truck loader, and not a student. [9] [1] Perhaps he wanted to enter a seminary, but had not (yet).

He died on 16 June 1928, in the Hudson County Tuberculosis Hospital, Secaucus Township, Hudson County, New Jersey. He was a truck loader, for Rosenblum Truck Company. He lived at 83 Railroad Avenue, Jersey City. He was buried on 20 June 1928, in Holy Cross Cemetery. [1] [4] [10]

Research Note

His death certificate [1] reports him as born on 18 March 1902, and the censuses are uniformly consistent with this, but his World War I draft card [3] claims he was born on 18 March 1899. Perhaps he lied about his age to make himself appear eligible to serve in the army.

Sources

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 death certificate, New Jersey, Hudson County, 16 June 1928, Stanley Jablonski (Smith), registered number 7246
    'Stanley Jablonski (Smith)'
    born 18 March 1902, Jersey City, to Frank Jablonski and Katherine Cinchowsky (born born Poland)
    occupation: truck loader, Rosenblum Truck Co.
    residence 83 Railroad Avenue, Jersey City, NJ
    male, white, single
    informant: Wm H Burrow, Secaucus NJ
    died 16 June 1928, Hudson County Tuberculosis Hospital, Secaucus Township, Hudson County, New Jersey
    buried Holy Cross Cem, 20 June 1928
    undertaker: O Michalski, Jersey City
  2. 2.0 2.1 1905 New Jersey State Census, ward 1, Hudson County, Jersey City, enumeration district 5, sheet 22B penned, family 408; image copy, FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ : accessed 30 June 2019); citing New Jersey, Department of State, microfilm roll number not given; Bureau of Archives and History, Trenton.
    144 Stuben [sc. Steuben] St, rented (with one other family)
    Frank Smith, white, male, born May 1867, 38 years old, married, born Russia, in US 10 years, alien, laborer, can't read, write, or speak English
    Katy, white, female, born August 1865, 39 years old, married born Russia, can't read or write, can speak English
    Gussie, white, female, born May 1886, 19, single, born Russia, occupation: factory, can't read or write, can speak English
    Annie, white, female, born Jan 1889, 16, single, born Russia, occupation: factory can't read or write, can speak English
    Joseph, white, male, born Aug 1893, 11, born New Jersey, in school
    Lottie, white, female, born Dec 1896, 8, born New Jersey
    Pauline, female, born May [?] 1899, 6, born New Jersey
    Staney, white, male, born Mar 1902, 3, born New Jersey
    John, white, male, born July 1903, 2, born New Jersey
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 World War I draft registration card, New Jersey, Hudson County, Jersey City, Stanley Joseph Smith, Fold3
    Stanley Joseph Smith
    residence: 154 1st, Jersey City, Hudson, NJ
    born 18 March 1899 [sic], white, native born citizen
    machinist helper for Colgate + Co, 55 York St, Jersey City, Hudson, NJ
    contact: mother Cathrine Smith 154 1st Jersey City Hudson NJ
    medium height, medium build, gray eyes, black hair, no obvious physical disqualification
  4. 4.0 4.1 death notice, Jersey Journal [Jersey City, New Jersey], Tuesday 19 June 1928, page 14, Stanley Jablonski-Smith GenealogyBank
    Stanley Jablonski died Saturday 16 June 1928
    son of late Frank Jablonski and Katherine Jablonski nee Syndzikowska
    funeral from his late residence 83 Railroad Avenue on 20 June at 9 AM.
    high mass at Our Lady of Czestochowa RC Church at 10 AM
  5. 1910 U.S. census, ward 1, Jersey City, Hudson County, New Jersey, population schedule, enumeration district 83, sheet 33B penned, family 616; image copy, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org : 2019), citing National Archives microfilm series T624, roll 889.
    97-1/2 Stuben [sc. Steuben] Street, rented
    Frank Smith, head, white, male, 46, married once for 22 years, Russian (Polish native language), (same for parents), immigrated 1891, alien, English spoken at home, dock laborer, out of work 10 weeks in 1909, can't read/write
    wife Kate, female, white, 44, married once for 22 years, 10 children, 7 living, born Russia (native language Polish) (same for parents), immigrated 1890, can speak English, no work, can't read or write
    son Joeseph [sic], male, white, 18, single, born New Jersey, can speak English, occupation Hand [??], at Soap House, worker, not out of work 15 April 1910, 0 weeks out of work in 1909, can read and write, did not attend school since 1 September 1909
    daughter Lottie, female, white, 12, single, born NJ, can speak English, no work, can read and write, attended school since 1 September 1909
    daughter Lena, female, white, 10, single, born NJ, can speak English, no work, can read and write, attended school since 1 September 1909
    son Stanley, male, white, 8, single, born NJ, can speak English, can read and write, attended school since 1 September 1909
    son John, male, white, 6, single, born NJ, can speak English, can read and write, attended school since 1 September 1909
    daughter Lessie, female, white, 2, single, born NJ, can speak English, can read and write, did not attend school since 1 September 1909
    son Frank, male, white, 3, single, born NJ, can speak English, can read and write, did not attend school since 1 September 1909
  6. 1915 New Jersey census, Hudson County, Jersey City, enumeration district 4, sheet 1A penned, family 5; image copy, FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L9QP-GZZJ : accessed 11 August 2019), citing New Jersey State Library, Trenton.
    also Ancestry
    148 First Street [with 4 other families, and 24 other people]
    Catherine Schmidt [sic], white, female, born January 1870, 35 [sic] years old, married, born Poland, parents born Poland, in US 23 years, housekeeper, can read write and speak English, renting
    Pauline Schmidt, white, female, born December 1899, 15 years old, single, born New Jersey, parents born Poland, in US 15 years, in school, St Mary's, parochial
    Stanley Schmidt, white, male, born March 1902, 13 years old, single, born New Jersey, parents born Poland, in US 13 years, in school, St Mary's, parochial
    John Schmidt, white, male, born August 1904, 10 years old, single, born New Jersey, parents born Poland, in US 10 years, in school, St Mary's, parochial
    Frank Schmidt, white, male, Oct 1906, born New Jersey, parents born Poland, in US 8 years, in school, St Marys, parochial
  7. 1920 U.S. census, ward 1, Jersey City, Hudson County, New Jersey, population schedule, enumeration district 112, page 67 verso stamped = sheet 17 B penned, family 313; image copy, FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ : accessed 10 August 2019), citing National Archives, microfilm publication T625, roll 1043.
    154 First St, rented
    head Frank Smith, male, white, 52, married, immigrated 1885, naturalized 1900, can read and write, born Germany (native language German, same for parents), deck hand, for tug boats
    wife Catherine Smith, female, white, 53, married, immigrated 1887, naturalized 1900, can't read or write, born Russia (native language Polish, same for parents), no occupation
    son Stanley Smith, male white, 18 [?], single, can read and write, born New Jersey, helper at can factory
    son John Smith, male, white, 16, single, can read and write, not in school since 1 September, born NJ, laborer, soap factory
    son Frank Smith, male, white, 14, single, in school since 1 September, can read and write, born NJ, no occupation
  8. Jersey City directory, 1925, page 941
  9. letter, Frances Tiets to Catherine Kramlick, 10 April 1980, in possession of Jo Ann Kennedy-Ide
    'Stanie was learning to be a priest but he passed away before he had the chance'
  10. Catholic Cemeteries, Archiocese of Newark, Holy Cross Cemetery, block 6, section G, tract C, Find a loved one

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