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Research Summary for Joseph Kazmierski

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Date: 2 Feb 1882 to 17 Oct 1940
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Research Summary for Joseph Kazmierski

Evidence of the 1910 US Census of Joseph Kazmierski

A Summary Conclusion has been created for this fact/event. Joseph, Anna and Marshal Kazmierski appeared in the 1910 US Census at 8323 Superior Avenue, Chicago, Cook, IL Please refer to the Proof of the 1910 US Census of Joseph Kazmierski for a detailed analysis. The related references are enumerated below.
  • 1910 U.S. Census Entry for Joseph Kazmierski household[1] asserts that Joseph, Anna and Marshal Kazmierski appeared in the 1910 US Census at 8323 Superior Avenue, Chicago, Cook, IL. A review of this assertion states:

This is conclusive evidence he appeared in this census.

Evidence of the 1920 US Census of Joseph Kazmierski

A Summary Conclusion has been created for this fact/event. Joseph Kazmierski, Anna Kazmierski, Mercy Kazmierski, Henry Kazmierski, Edward Kazmierski, Irene Kazmierski, Clara Kazmierski, and Joseph Slevaniski appeared in the 1920 US Census at 1150 Columbia Ave, Hammond, Lake Co, Indiana. Joseph Slevaniski was a boarder in Joseph and Anna's household. Please refer to the Proof of the 1920 US Census of Joseph Kazmierski for a detailed analysis. The related references are enumerated below.
  • 1920 US Census for Joseph Kazmierski and Family[2] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski, Anna Kazmierski, Mercy Kazmierski, Henry Kazmierski, Edward Kazmierski, Irene Kazmierski, Clara Kazmierski, and Joseph Slevaniski appeared in the 1920 US Census at 1150 Columbia Ave, Hammond, Lake Co, Indiana. A review of this assertion states:

This is conclusive evidence based on the family group.
  • 1920 US Census for Joseph Kazmierski and Family[2] asserts that Joseph Slevaniski was a boarder in Joseph and Anna's household. A review of this assertion states:

This is information for future research

Evidence of the 1930 US Census of Joseph Kazmierski

A Summary Conclusion has been created for this fact/event. Joseph Kazmerski, Anna Kazmerski, Henry Kazmerski, Edwin Kazmerski, Irene Kazmerski, and Clara Kazmerski appeared together in the 1930 U.S. Census at 1150 Columbia Ave, Hammond, Lake Co, Indiana. Please refer to the Proof of the 1930 US Census of Joseph Kazmierski for a detailed analysis. The related references are enumerated below.
  • 1930 US Census for Joseph Kazmierski and Family[3] asserts that Joseph Kazmerski, Anna Kazmerski, Henry Kazmerski, Edwin Kazmerski, Irene Kazmerski, and Clara Kazmerski appeared together in the 1930 U.S. Census at 1150 Columbia Ave, Hammond, Lake Co, Indiana. A review of this assertion states:

Based on the family group this is conclusive evidence.

Evidence of the 1940 US Census of Joseph Kazmierski

A Summary Conclusion has been created for this fact/event. Joseph Kazmierski, Anna Kazmierski, Henry Kazmierski, Edmund Kazmierski, Irene Kazmierski and Clara Kazmierski appeared together in the 1940 US Census at 6236 Columbia Avenue, Hammond, Lake Co, Indiana and lived in the same house in 1935. Please refer to the Proof of the 1940 US Census of Joseph Kazmierski for a detailed analysis. The related references are enumerated below.
  • 1940 US Census for Joseph Kazmierski and Family[4] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski, Anna Kazmierski, Henry Kazmierski, Edmund Kazmierski, Irene Kazmierski and Clara Kazmierski appeared together in the 1940 US Census at 6236 Columbia Avenue, Hammond, Lake Co, Indiana and lived in the same house in 1935. A review of this assertion states:

Based on the family group this is conclusive evidence

Evidence of the Birth of Joseph Kazmierski

A Summary Conclusion has been created for this fact/event. Joseph Kazmierski was probably born in 2 Feb 1882 in Poland according to his World War I draft card, his death certificate, and information from his daughter. The census records also support this information. Please refer to the Proof of the Birth of Joseph Kazmierski for a detailed analysis. The related references are enumerated below.
  • 1910 U.S. Census Entry for Joseph Kazmierski household[1] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski was a 28 year old white male, married for one year. A review of this assertion states:

Based on the 15 Apr 1910 enumeration date, this is evidence of a birth in 1881 or 1882.
  • 1910 U.S. Census Entry for Joseph Kazmierski household[1] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski and both his parents were born in Russia (Polish). A review of this assertion states:

This is evidence he was born in a portion of Poland that was under Russian control. 
  • 1910 U.S. Census Entry for Joseph Kazmierski household[1] asserts that Marshal Kazmierski's father was born in Russia (Polish) and his mother's birthplace was originally listed as Texas, then crossed out and replaced with Illinois. A review of this assertion states:

This is probably from the same informant and is not aditional evidence.
  • Joseph Kazmierski World War I Draft Card[5] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski was born on 2 Feb 1882. A review of this assertion states:

Joseph Kazmierski signed this card, so this is strong evidence of his birthdate.
  • Clara Kazmierski birth certificate[6] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski was a 34 year old laborer born in Russia Poland and living in Hammond, Indiana. A review of this assertion states:

Since Clara was born on 5 Apr 1917, this supports a birth in 1882 or early 1883. It is also evidence for a birth in Poland.
  • 1920 US Census for Joseph Kazmierski and Family[2] asserts that Joseph Kazmierksi was a 38 year old white married male born in Poland. A review of this assertion states:

Based on the 1 January 1920 enumeration date, this is evidence for a birth in 1881.
  • 1930 US Census for Joseph Kazmierski and Family[3] asserts that Joseph Kazmerski was a 48 year old white male born in Poland. A review of this assertion states:

Based on the 1 April 1930 enumeration date, this is evidence for a birth in 1881 or 1882.
  • 1940 US Census for Joseph Kazmierski and Family[4] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski was a 58 year old married white male born in Poland. A review of this assertion states:

Based on the 1 April 1940 enumeration date, this is evidence for a birth in 1881 or 1882.
  • Swiontek Krupa Geneology Notes from Terry Mascenic[7] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski was born about 1882 per the 1940 Census. A review of this assertion states:

This does not provide additional evidence and is here for reference.
  • Joseph Kazmierski Death Certificate[8] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski was born on 2 Feb 1882 and was 58 years 8 months and 15 days old. A review of this assertion states:

The informant on this death certificate was his wife, Anna, so this is reasonable but not conclusive evidence of his birthdate.
  • Marceli Kazmierski Death Certificate[9] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski was born in Poland. A review of this assertion states:

This is evidence that Joseph was born in Poland.
  • 20 Aug 1995 Notes from Discussion with Irene and Barbara Sejda[10] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski was born 2 Feb 1882 in Poland. A review of this assertion states:

Irene is Joseph's daughter, so this is strong supporting evidence of his birthdate and birthplace.

Evidence of the Burial of Joseph Kazmierski

A Summary Conclusion has been created for this fact/event. Joseph Kazmierski was buried at Holy Cross Cemetery in Calumet City, Illinois on 21 Oct 1940. Please refer to the Proof of the Burial of Joseph Kazmierski for a detailed analysis. The related references are enumerated below.
  • Joseph Kazmierski Obituary[11] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski was buried on 21 Oct 1940 at Holy Cross Cemetery [Calument City, IL] after a funeral mass at St. Mary's Church, Hammond, Indiana. A review of this assertion states:

This obituary was written at time of death so is convincing evidence.
  • Joseph Kazmierski Death Certificate[8] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski was buried at Holy Cross Cemetery in Calumet City, Illinois on 21 Oct 1940. A review of this assertion states:

This is the official record of death and is convincing evidence.

Evidence that Joseph Kazmierski is the Child of Albert Kazmierski

A Summary Conclusion has been created for this fact/event. Albert Kazmierski is Joseph Kazmierski's father based on Joseph's marriage record and death certificate. Please refer to the Proof that Joseph Kazmierski is the Child of Albert Kazmierski for a detailed analysis. The related references are enumerated below.
  • Joseph Kazmierski and Anna Krupa Marriage Record[12] asserts that Joseph's father was Albert Kazmierski and his mother was Mary Sliwinski. A review of this assertion states:

This is an image of the original record so is convinving evidence.
  • Joseph Kazmierski Death Certificate[8] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski's father was Albert Kazmierski. A review of this assertion states:

This is an image of the original record so is convinving evidence.

Evidence that Joseph Kazmierski is the Child of Mary (Sliwinski) Kazmierski

A Summary Conclusion has been created for this fact/event. Albert Kazmierski is Joseph Kazmierski's father based on Joseph's marriage record and death certificate. Please refer to the Proof that Joseph Kazmierski is the Child of Mary (Sliwinski) Kazmierski for a detailed analysis. The related references are enumerated below.
  • Joseph Kazmierski and Anna Krupa Marriage Record[12] asserts that Joseph's father was Albert Kazmierski and his mother was Mary Sliwinski. A review of this assertion states:

This is an image of the original record so is convinving evidence.
  • Joseph Kazmierski Death Certificate[8] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski's mother was Mary Sliwinski. A review of this assertion states:

This is an image of the original record so is convinving evidence.

Evidence of the Death of Joseph Kazmierski

A Summary Conclusion has been created for this fact/event. According to his death certificate, Joseph died on 17 Oct 1940 at home, 6236 Columbia Ave, Hammond, Lake Co, Indiana from a heart attack. Please refer to the Proof of the Death of Joseph Kazmierski for a detailed analysis. The related references are enumerated below.
  • Joseph Kazmierski Death Certificate[8] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski died on 17 Oct 1940 at home at 6236 Columbia Ave, Hammond, Lake County, Indiana. A review of this assertion states:

This is his official record of death so this is convincing evidence.
  • Joseph Kazmierski Death Certificate[8] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski died of acute coronary thrombosis. A review of this assertion states:

This is his official record of death so this is convincing evidence.
  • Joseph Kazmierski Obituary[11] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski died of a heart attack at home on 17 Oct 1940. A review of this assertion states:

This information was provided at time of death so is convincing evidence.
  • Henry Sejda and Irene Kazmierski Wedding Article[13] asserts that Irene R. Kazmierski's father died before June 1942 because she was given away at her marriage by her brother. A review of this assertion states:

This is supporting evidence.
  • 20 Aug 1995 Notes from Discussion with Irene and Barbara Sejda[10] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski died 17 Oct 1940 at home in Hammond, Indiana of a heart attack. A review of this assertion states:

His daughter provided this information so this is strong supporting evidence.
  • Decedents of Jan and Regina Krupa, probably from the Estate of Clare Leeser Affidavit of Heirship[14] asserts that The following entries are indicated to have been deceased when this affidavit was written: Regina S. Granacki, Clare (Granacki) Leeser, John and Josephine (Krupa) Gulgowski, Michael and Rose (Gulgowski) Jablonski, Emil and Margaret (Gulgowski) Collins, Edmund Gulgowski, Jack and Agnes (Gulgowski) Carlile, John and Isabelle (Gulgowski) Romans, Joseph and Bertha (Gulgowski) Sliwinski, Frank and Kathryn (Krupa) Sliwinski, Stanley and Angeline (Sliwinski) Wozniak, Joseph and Anna (Krupa) Kazmierski, Marcel Kazmierski, Henry and Sophia Kazmierski, Edmund and Lillian Kazmierski, Frank and Clara (Kazmierski) Timkovich, Henry and Irene (Kazmierski) Sejda, Konstanty and Francis (Krupa) Swiontek, William Wachendorf, Barbara Swiontek, Clarence and Marie Swiontek, Edward and Elsie Swiontek, John and Helen (Swiontek) Lee, Bernard and Sally Swiotek, Fred and Elsie (Swiontek) Duray, Carl Swionteck, Raymond and Florence Swiontek, Alexander and Mary (Krupa) Swiontek, Walter and Monafae Swiontek, Henry and Josephine Swiontek, Paul and Lottie (Swiontek) Freedman, James Freedman, Joseph and Bertha (Krupa) Wysocki, Frank and Hattie Wysocki and daughter, Philip Wysocki, Leon Wysocki, William and Irene (Wysocki) Gryniewicz, Ann (Wysocki) Weber, Arthur and Delores (Wysocki) Wikoony, Stanley and Ethel Wysocki. A review of this assertion states:

It is not clear why this list was compiled or who compiled it. It is supporting evidence.

Evidence of the Education of Joseph Kazmierski

A Summary Conclusion has been created for this fact/event. Joseph Kazmierski had about a 2nd grade education. According to the 1910 U.S. Ceneus he could read and write and also speak English (although it doesn't day he could read and write English). Please refer to the Proof of the Education of Joseph Kazmierski for a detailed analysis. The related references are enumerated below.
  • 1910 U.S. Census Entry for Joseph Kazmierski household[1] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski could speak English and could read and write. A review of this assertion states:

According to this census he had some education.
  • 1940 US Census for Joseph Kazmierski and Family[4] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski had a 2nd grade education. A review of this assertion states:

This census directly rates his education level.

Evidence of the Fact of Joseph Kazmierski

A Summary Conclusion has been created for this fact/event. To assist in research, the 1930 Census reports Joseph was 28 years old when he was married. On February 14, 1938, Joseph Kazmierski may have been elevted as treasurer of the Maywood Civic Club in Trinity Hall in Hammond, Indiana. Accordingt to his obituary, Joseph was probably a member of the Holy Trinity Society no. 925, the Polish National Alliance, and Group 806 of the Polish Roman Catholic Union. Please refer to the Proof of the Fact of Joseph Kazmierski for a detailed analysis. The related references are enumerated below.
  • Kazmierski-Krupa - 1938 - Article about Maywood Civic Club Elections[15] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski was named treasurer of the Maywood Civic Club in Trinity Hall in Hammond, Indiana on 14 Feb 1938. A review of this assertion states:

This club appears to be near his home and shop, so this is probably but not certainly the same person.
  • 1930 US Census for Joseph Kazmierski and Family[3] asserts that Joseph Kazmerski was 28 years old when first married. A review of this assertion states:

This is included as a research note.
  • Joseph Kazmierski Obituary[11] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski was a member of the Holy Trinity Society no. 925, the Polish National Alliance, and Group 806 of the Polish Roman Catholic Union. A review of this assertion states:

This information was probably provided by his wife or a close family member, so this is strong evidence of these memberships.

Evidence of the Funeral Mass of Joseph Kazmierski

A Summary Conclusion has been created for this fact/event. Joseph Kazmierski's funeral Mass was held at St. Mary's Church in Hammond, Indiana on October 21, 1940. Please refer to the Proof of the Funeral Mass of Joseph Kazmierski for a detailed analysis. The related references are enumerated below.
  • Joseph Kazmierski Obituary[11] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski was buried on 21 Oct 1940 at Holy Cross Cemetery [Calument City, IL] after a funeral mass at St. Mary's Church, Hammond, Indiana. A review of this assertion states:

This was written at the time of the event so is conclusive proof.

Evidence of the Immigration of Joseph Kazmierski

A Summary Conclusion has been created for this fact/event. The 1910, 1920 and 1930 census all report Joseph immigrated in 1901. Please refer to the Proof of the Immigration of Joseph Kazmierski for a detailed analysis. The related references are enumerated below.
  • 1910 U.S. Census Entry for Joseph Kazmierski household[1] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski immigrated in 1901 and was a naturalized U.S. citizen. A review of this assertion states:

This is supporting evidence.
  • 1920 US Census for Joseph Kazmierski and Family[2] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski immigrated in 1901 and was naturalized in 1906. A review of this assertion states:

This is supporting evidence.
  • 1930 US Census for Joseph Kazmierski and Family[3] asserts that Joseph Kazmerski immigrated in 1901 and was a naturalized US citizen. A review of this assertion states:

This is supporting evidence.

Evidence of the Marriage Witness of Joseph Kazmierski

A Summary Conclusion has been created for this fact/event. According to the marriage record, Joseph Badiniak and Francis Sliwinski were the witnesses to Joseph and Anna Kazmierski's marriage. Please refer to the Proof of the Marriage Witness of Joseph Kazmierski for a detailed analysis. The related references are enumerated below.
  • Joseph Kazmierski and Anna Krupa Marriage Record[12] asserts that the witnesses at the marriage of Joseph Kazmierski to Anna Krupa were Joseph Badiniak and Francis Sliwinski. A review of this assertion states:

This is convincing evidence.

Evidence of the Marriage of Joseph Kazmierski and Anna (Krupa) Kazmierski

A Summary Conclusion has been created for this fact/event. According to the record recorded at the Parish, Joseph Kazmierski married Anna Krupa on 11 Nov 1908 at St. Michael Parish on South Shore Drive in Chicago, Illinois Please refer to the Proof of the Marriage of Joseph Kazmierski and Anna (Krupa) Kazmierski for a detailed analysis. The related references are enumerated below.
  • Joseph Kazmierski and Anna Krupa Marriage Record[12] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski and Anna Krupa were married on 11 Nov 1908 at St Michael Parish, South Shore Dr, Chicago, Illinois. A review of this assertion states:

This is a clear image of the church record recorded at the time of marriage so is convincing evidence.
  • Marcel Kazmierski Baptism Record[16] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski and Anna Krupa were probably married. A review of this assertion states:

This is supporting evidence that they were married.
  • 1910 U.S. Census Entry for Joseph Kazmierski household[1] asserts that Anna Kazmierski was Joseph Kazmierski's wife. A review of this assertion states:

This is supporting evidence that they were married.
  • Henry Kazmierski Baptism Record[17] asserts that Henry Stanley Kazmierski father was Joseph Kazmierski and his mother was Anna Krupa. A review of this assertion states:

This is supporting evidence that they were married.
  • Edmund Kazmierski Baptism Record[18] asserts that Edmund Kazmierski's father was Joseph Kazmierski and his mother was Anna Krupa. A review of this assertion states:

This is supporting evidence that they were married.
  • 1916 Hammond City Directory Kazmierski entries[19] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski resided at the location of his men's furnishings store at 562 Ames Ave, Hammond, Indiana along with his wife Annie. A review of this assertion states:

By listing Anna in the directory, this is evidence they were married.
  • 1917 Hammond City Directory Kazmierski entries[20] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski resided at 562 Ames Ave, Hammond, Indiana with his wife Annie. A review of this assertion states:

By listing Anna in the directory, this is evidence they were married.
  • 1920 US Census for Joseph Kazmierski and Family[2] asserts that Anna Kazmierski was Joseph Kazmierski's wife. A review of this assertion states:

This is supporting evidence that they were married.
  • 1921 Hammond City Directory Kazmierski entries[21] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski resided at his Dry Goods store at 1150 Columbia Ave, Hammond, Indiana with his wife, Anna in 1921. A review of this assertion states:

By listing Anna in the directory, this is evidence they were married.
  • 1928 Hammond City Directory entries for Kazmierski[22] asserts that Joseph Kazmkierski sold shoes from 1150 Columbia Ave, Hammond, Indiana and resided there with his wife Anna. A review of this assertion states:

By listing Anna in the directory, this is evidence they were married.
  • 1930 US Census for Joseph Kazmierski and Family[3] asserts that Anna Kazmerski was Joseph Kazmerski's wife. A review of this assertion states:

This is supporting evidence that they were married.
  • 1935 Hammond City Directory Kazmierski entries[23] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski who ran a restaurant at 6236 Columbia Ave and resided there with Anna. A review of this assertion states:

By listing Anna in the directory, this is evidence they were married.
  • 1940 US Census for Joseph Kazmierski and Family[4] asserts that Anna Kazmierski was Joseph Kazmierski's wife. A review of this assertion states:

This is supporting evidence that they were married.
  • Joseph Kazmierski Obituary[11] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski was survived by his wife, Anna; two daughters, Misses Irene and Clara; two sons, Henry and Edmund, and a brother, Stanley, all of Hammond, Indiana. A review of this assertion states:

This information was probably provided by someone who knew they were married.
  • Joseph Kazmierski Death Certificate[8] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski was married to Anna. A review of this assertion states:

This is supporting evidence that they were married. The information was provided by Anna so this is strong evidence.
  • St Mary's Bulletin with Marriage Bans for Henry Kazmierski and Sophie Gloss[24] asserts that Henry Kazmierski was the son of Joseph Kazmierski and Anna Krupa. A review of this assertion states:

This is supporting evidence that they were married.
  • 20 Aug 1995 Notes from Discussion with Irene and Barbara Sejda[10] asserts that 

Joseph Kazmierski married Anna Krupa on November 11th, year unknown . A review of this assertion states: This is supporting evidence that they were married.
  • Henry F. Kazmierski Death Certificate[25] asserts that Henry F. Kazmierski's father was Joseph Kazmierski and his mother was Anna Krupa. A review of this assertion states:

While this doesn't state they were married, the fact that they were listed as parents together is supporting evidence.
  • Antoinette (Krupa) Granack Obituary[26] asserts that Antoinette Granack sisters were Bertha Wysocki, Frances Swiontek, Mary Swiontek and Anna Kazmierski. A review of this assertion states:

This is supporting evidence that they were married.
  • Decedents of Jan and Regina Krupa, probably from the Estate of Clare Leeser Affidavit of Heirship[14] asserts that Anna Krupa was married to Joseph Kazmierski. A review of this assertion states:

This is supporting evidence that they were married.
  • Clara Kazmierski birth certificate[6] asserts that Clara Kazmierski's father was Joseph Kazmierski and her mother was Annie Krupa. A review of this assertion states:

While this doesn't state they were married, the fact that they were listed as parents together is supporting evidence.
  • Swiontek Krupa Geneology Notes from Terry Mascenic[7] asserts that Anna Krupa married Joseph Kazmierski. A review of this assertion states:

This is supporting evidence that they were married.

Evidence of the Military of Joseph Kazmierski

A Summary Conclusion has been created for this fact/event. Joseph Kazmkierski registered for the draft in 1918 during World War I, but does not appeared to have served in the military Please refer to the Proof of the Military of Joseph Kazmierski for a detailed analysis. The related references are enumerated below.
  • Joseph Kazmierski World War I Draft Card[5] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski registered for the World War I draft on 12 Sep 1918. A review of this assertion states:

This is conclusive evidence that he registered for the draft during World War I.
  • 1930 US Census for Joseph Kazmierski and Family[3] asserts that Joseph Kazmerski was not a veteran. A review of this assertion states:

This indicates that he dis not actually serve in the military in World War I.

Evidence of the Name of Joseph Kazmierski

A Summary Conclusion has been created for this fact/event. In all records his name is Joseph Kazmierski. Please refer to the Proof of the Name of Joseph Kazmierski for a detailed analysis. The related references are enumerated below.
  • Joseph Kazmierski and Anna Krupa Marriage Record[12] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski and Anna Krupa were married on 11 Nov 1908 at St Michael Parish, South Shore Dr, Chicago, Illinois. A review of this assertion states:

His name is clearly written as Joseph Kazmierski in this image.
  • 1910 U.S. Census Entry for Joseph Kazmierski household[1] asserts that Joseph, Anna and Marshal Kazmierski appeared in the 1910 US Census at 8323 Superior Avenue, Chicago, Cook, IL. A review of this assertion states:

His name is clearly written as Joseph Kazmierski in this image.
  • 1916 Hammond City Directory Kazmierski entries[19] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski resided at the location of his men's furnishings store at 562 Ames Ave, Hammond, Indiana along with his wife Annie. A review of this assertion states:

This is supporting evidence that he used Joseph Kazmierski as his name.
  • 1917 Hammond City Directory Kazmierski entries[20] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski resided at 562 Ames Ave, Hammond, Indiana with his wife Annie. A review of this assertion states:

This is supporting evidence that he used Joseph Kazmierski as his name.
  • Joseph Kazmierski World War I Draft Card[5] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski registered for the World War I draft on 12 Sep 1918. A review of this assertion states:

His name is clearly written as Joseph Kazmierski in this image.
  • 1920 US Census for Joseph Kazmierski and Family[2] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski, Anna Kazmierski, Mercy Kazmierski, Henry Kazmierski, Edward Kazmierski, Irene Kazmierski, Clara Kazmierski, and Joseph Slevaniski appeared in the 1920 US Census at 1150 Columbia Ave, Hammond, Lake Co, Indiana. A review of this assertion states:

His name is clearly written as Joseph Kazmierski in this image.
  • 1923 Hammond City Directory Kazmierski entries[27] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski resided at his dry goods store at 1150 Columbia Ave, Hammond, Indiana with his wife Anna. A review of this assertion states:

This is supporting evidence that he used Joseph Kazmierski as his name.
  • Clara Timkovich Death Certificate[28] asserts that Clara R. Timkovich's father was Joseph Kazmierski and her mother was Anna Krupa. A review of this assertion states:

This is supporting evidence that he used Joseph Kazmierski as his name.
  • Joseph Kazmierski Death Certificate[8] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski died on 17 Oct 1940 at home at 6236 Columbia Ave, Hammond, Lake County, Indiana. A review of this assertion states:

His name is clearly written as Joseph Kazmierski in this image.
  • Henry F. Kazmierski Death Certificate[25] asserts that Henry F. Kazmierski's father was Joseph Kazmierski and his mother was Anna Krupa. A review of this assertion states:

This is supporting evidence that he used Joseph Kazmierski as his name.
  • Marcel Kazmierski Baptism Record[16] asserts that Marcellinus Clemens Kazmierski father was Joseph Kazmierski. A review of this assertion states:

His name is clearly written as Joseph Kazmierski in this image.
  • Henry Kazmierski Baptism Record[17] asserts that Henry Stanley Kazmierski father was Joseph Kazmierski and his mother was Anna Krupa. A review of this assertion states:

His name is clearly written as Joseph Kazmierski in this image.
  • Edmund Kazmierski Baptism Record[18] asserts that Edmund Kazmierski's father was Joseph Kazmierski and his mother was Anna Krupa. A review of this assertion states:

His name is clearly written as Joseph Kazmierski in this image.
  • 1921 Hammond City Directory Kazmierski entries[21] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski resided at his Dry Goods store at 1150 Columbia Ave, Hammond, Indiana with his wife, Anna in 1921. A review of this assertion states:

This is supporting evidence that he used Joseph Kazmierski as his name.
  • 1926 Hammond City Directory Kazmierski entries[29] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski lived at his dry goods store at 1150 Columbia Ave, Hammond, Indiana with his wife, Anna. A review of this assertion states:

This is supporting evidence that he used Joseph Kazmierski as his name.
  • 1928 Hammond City Directory entries for Kazmierski[22] asserts that Joseph Kazmkierski sold shoes from 1150 Columbia Ave, Hammond, Indiana and resided there with his wife Anna. A review of this assertion states:

This is supporting evidence that he used Joseph Kazmierski as his name.
  • 1930 US Census for Joseph Kazmierski and Family[3] asserts that Joseph Kazmerski, Anna Kazmerski, Henry Kazmerski, Edwin Kazmerski, Irene Kazmerski, and Clara Kazmerski appeared together in the 1930 U.S. Census at 1150 Columbia Ave, Hammond, Lake Co, Indiana. A review of this assertion states:

His name is clearly written as Joseph Kazmierski in this image.
  • 1935 Hammond City Directory Kazmierski entries[23] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski who ran a restaurant at 6236 Columbia Ave and resided there with Anna. A review of this assertion states:

This is supporting evidence that he used Joseph Kazmierski as his name.
  • Joseph Kazmierski Obituary[11] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski died of a heart attack at home on 17 Oct 1940. A review of this assertion states:

This information was probably provided by someone who knew him, so is supporting evidence.
  • 1940 US Census for Joseph Kazmierski and Family[4] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski, Anna Kazmierski, Henry Kazmierski, Edmund Kazmierski, Irene Kazmierski and Clara Kazmierski appeared together in the 1940 US Census at 6236 Columbia Avenue, Hammond, Lake Co, Indiana and lived in the same house in 1935. A review of this assertion states:

His name is clearly written as Joseph Kazmierski in this image.
  • Decedents of Jan and Regina Krupa, probably from the Estate of Clare Leeser Affidavit of Heirship[14] asserts that Anna Krupa was married to Joseph Kazmierski. A review of this assertion states:

This is supporting evidence.
  • Marceli Kazmierski Death Certificate[9] asserts that Marceli Kazmierski father was Joseph Kazmierski and his mother was Anna Krupa. A review of this assertion states:

This is supporting evidence that he used Joseph Kazmierski as his name. The person writing Joseph's name seems to have taken special care to spell Kazmierski correctly.
  • St Mary's Bulletin with Marriage Bans for Henry Kazmierski and Sophie Gloss[24] asserts that Henry Kazmierski was the son of Joseph Kazmierski and Anna Krupa. A review of this assertion states:

This is supporting evidence.
  • Clara Kazmierski birth certificate[6] asserts that Clara Kazmierski's father was Joseph Kazmierski and her mother was Annie Krupa. A review of this assertion states:

This is supporting evidence that he used Joseph Kazmierski as his name.
  • Swiontek Krupa Geneology Notes from Terry Mascenic[7] asserts that Anna Krupa married Joseph Kazmierski. A review of this assertion states:

This is supporting evidence.

Evidence of the Naturalization of Joseph Kazmierski

A Summary Conclusion has been created for this fact/event. Joseph Kazmierski was probably a naturalized US Citizen, possibly before 1910. Please refer to the Proof of the Naturalization of Joseph Kazmierski for a detailed analysis. The related references are enumerated below.
  • 1910 U.S. Census Entry for Joseph Kazmierski household[1] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski immigrated in 1901 and was a naturalized U.S. citizen. A review of this assertion states:

According to this census he was naturalized before 1910.
  • Joseph Kazmierski World War I Draft Card[5] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski was a naturalized U.S. citizen. A review of this assertion states:

He signed this card which clearly states he was naturalized.
  • 1920 US Census for Joseph Kazmierski and Family[2] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski immigrated in 1901 and was naturalized in 1906. A review of this assertion states:

This is additional evidence he was naturalized.
  • 1930 US Census for Joseph Kazmierski and Family[3] asserts that Joseph Kazmerski immigrated in 1901 and was a naturalized US citizen. A review of this assertion states:

This is additional evidence he was naturalized.

Evidence of the Occupation of Joseph Kazmierski

A Summary Conclusion has been created for this fact/event. Joseph was probably a carpenter building houses until the early 1910s. He later owned and ran various stores:
  • ​1916: Men's Furnishing

  • 1917- ~1935: Dry Goods, Clothing, or Shoe Store

  • 1917-1918: Dairy -- appears to have sold it to his brother, Stanley Kazmierski

  • 1935: Started a restaurant or tavern, but didn't like it

  • 1940: Ran a poultry store

Please refer to the Proof of the Occupation of Joseph Kazmierski for a detailed analysis. The related references are enumerated below.
  • 1923 Hammond City Directory entry for Joseph Kazmierski's Dry Goods Store[30] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski operated a Dry Goods shop at 1150 Columbia Ave, Hammond, Indiana in 1923-1924. A review of this assertion states:

This is evidence he primarily thought of his store as Dry Goods. Sometime since the last directory, he moved from Ames Ave to Columbia Avenue. His brother appears to have kept running a Dairy out of the 562 Ames Avenue.
  • 20 Aug 1995 Notes from Discussion with Irene and Barbara Sejda[10] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski was a store owner. He first owned a milk store then sold it. Then had a clothing and dry good store that became a tavern. He didn't like the tavern so he then had a poultry store until he died. A review of this assertion states:

This was provided by his daughter, so is probably a reasonably accurate roadmap of his career.
  • 1910 U.S. Census Entry for Joseph Kazmierski household[1] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski was a carpenter in the housing industry. A review of this assertion states:

This is evidence that before he opened his stores, he was working on building houses.
  • 1916 Hammond City Directory entry for Joseph Kazmierski Men's Furnishings Store[31] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski operated a Men's Furnishings store at 562 Ames Ave, Hammond, Indiana in 1916. A review of this assertion states:

This is evidence that his first store was a Men's Furnishings Store.
  • 1917 Hammond City Directory Kazmierski entries[20] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski operated a dry goods and dairy at 562 Ames Ave, Hammond, Indiana. A review of this assertion states:

By 1917 he expanded his dry goods store into a dairy as well.
  • 1917 Hammond City Directory entry for Joseph Kazmierski's Dry Goods Store[32] asserts that Jos. Kazmierski operated a Dry Goods store at 562 Ames Ave, Hammond, Indiana. A review of this assertion states:

Even though his personal entry indicates a dairy, his professional one is under Dry Goods only.
  • Clara Kazmierski birth certificate[6] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski was a 34 year old laborer born in Russia Poland and living in Hammond, Indiana. A review of this assertion states:

This is interesting because we might have seen storekeeper instead of laborer, but since he appears to have been running a dairy at this time, perhaps that is why they used laborer instead.
  • Joseph Kazmierski World War I Draft Card[5] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski was a milkman and listed his employer as "myself". A review of this assertion states:

This card which was informed by Joseph himself, indicates he considered the dairy the main business (or perhaps the best one to include on his draft card).
  • 1919 Hammond City Directory entry for Joseph Kazmierski's Dry Goods Store[33] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski operated a Dry Goods store at 562 Ames Ave, Hammond, Indiana in 1919. A review of this assertion states:

This is evidence he primarily thought of his store as Dry Goods.
  • 1920 US Census for Joseph Kazmierski and Family[2] asserts that 

Joseph Kazmierksi was a manager in a clothing store that he owned . A review of this assertion states: Here he lists his business as a Clothing store
  • 1921 Hammond City Directory entry for Joseph Kazmierski's Dry Goods Store[34] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski operated a Dry Goods store at 562 Ames Ave, Hammond, Indiana in 1921-1922. A review of this assertion states:

This is evidence he primarily thought of his store as Dry Goods.
  • 1926 Hammond City Directory entry for Joseph Kazmierski's Dry Goods Store[35] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski operated a retail Dry Goods store at 1150 Columbia Ave, Hammond, Indiana. A review of this assertion states:

This is evidence he primarily thought of his store as Dry Goods.
  • 1928 Hammond City Directory entries for Kazmierski[22] asserts that Joseph Kazmkierski sold shoes from 1150 Columbia Ave, Hammond, Indiana and resided there with his wife Anna. A review of this assertion states:

In this directory, he listed a shoe retailer, which may have been a switch or just a description of his shop.
  • 1930 US Census for Joseph Kazmierski and Family[3] asserts that Joseph Kazmerski was a proprietor of a Dry Good Store. A review of this assertion states:

This is evidence he primarily thought of his store as Dry Goods.
  • 1931 Hammond City Directory entry for Joseph Kazmierski's Shoe Store[36] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski was a shoe dealer at 6236 Columbia Ave, Hammond, Indiana. The directory indicates the address for 1150 Columbia Ave changed to 6236 Columbia Ave. A review of this assertion states:

Again in 1931, listed as a shoe shop.
  • 1935 Hammond City Directory entry for Joseph Kazmierski's Restaurant[37] asserts that Jos Kazmierski ran a restaurant or lunch room at 6236 Columbia Ave, Hammond, Indiana. A review of this assertion states:

By 1935, he started a restaurant or, according to his daughter, a tavern.
  • 1935 Hammond City Directory Kazmierski entries[23] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski who ran a restaurant at 6236 Columbia Ave and resided there with Anna. A review of this assertion states:

By 1935, he started a restaurant or, according to his daughter, a tavern.
  • 1935 Public hearing notice for Joseph Kazmierski's liquor permit[38] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski applied for a permit to be a beer and wine retailer at his restaurant at 6236 Columbia Ave, Hammond, Indiana in July 1935. A review of this assertion states:

Obtaining a beer and wine permit indicates he started the restaurant in late 1935.
  • 1935 Joseph Kazmierski Liquor Permit Article[39] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski was issued a beer and wine permit on 5 Sep 1935 in Hammond, Lake County, Indiana. A review of this assertion states:

Obtaining a beer and wine permit indicates he started the restaurant in late 1935.
  • 1940 US Census for Joseph Kazmierski and Family[4] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski was a poulterer in the poultry industry on his own account. He worked 52 weeks in 1939 and earned $4,013. A review of this assertion states:

By 1940, Joseph had returned to the Poultry business. According to his daughter, he didn't like running a tavern.
  • Joseph Kazmierski Obituary[11] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski operated a general merchandise store before entering the poultry business. A review of this assertion states:

His obituary states "general merchandise" then a poultry store, leaving out any mention of a restaurant or tavern.
  • Joseph Kazmierski Death Certificate[8] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski was a merchant with his own store. A review of this assertion states:

This also supports Irene's memory.

Evidence that Clara (Kazmierski) Timkovich is the Child of Joseph Kazmierski

A Summary Conclusion has been created for this fact/event. Joseph Kazmierski is Clara (Kazmierski) Timkovich's father. This is documented in her birth record and supported by other evidence. Please refer to the Proof that Clara (Kazmierski) Timkovich is the Child of Joseph Kazmierski for a detailed analysis. The related references are enumerated below.
  • Clara Kazmierski birth certificate[6] asserts that Clara Kazmierski's father was Joseph Kazmierski and her mother was Annie Krupa. A review of this assertion states:

This is an image of the official birth record so is convincing evidence of this relationship.
  • 1920 US Census for Joseph Kazmierski and Family[2] asserts that Marcy Kazmierski, Henry Kazmierski and Edward Kazmierski were Joseph, and presumably Anna, Kazmierski's sons and Irene Kazmierski and Clara Kazmierski were Joseph and Anna's daughters. A review of this assertion states:

This is strong supporting evidence of the family group.
  • 1930 US Census for Joseph Kazmierski and Family[3] asserts that Henry Kazmerski and Edwin Kazmerski were Joseph and, presumably, Anna Kazmerski's sons and Irene Kazmerski and Clara Kazmerski were their daughters. A review of this assertion states:

This is strong supporting evidence of the family group.
  • 1940 US Census for Joseph Kazmierski and Family[4] asserts that Henry Kazmierski and Edmund Kazmierski were Joseph, and presumably Anna, Kazmierski's sons and Irene Kazmierski and Clara Kazmierski were thier daughters. A review of this assertion states:

This is strong supporting evidence of the family group.
  • Joseph Kazmierski Obituary[11] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski was survived by his wife, Anna; two daughters, Misses Irene and Clara; two sons, Henry and Edmund, and a brother, Stanley, all of Hammond, Indiana. A review of this assertion states:

This is strong supporting evidence of the family group.
  • Henry Sejda and Irene Kazmierski Wedding Article[13] asserts that Clara Kazmierski, Irene R. Kazmierski's sister, was maid of honor. A review of this assertion states:

Since Clara was Irene's sister, it supports the family grouping that had Joseph as the father.
  • Clara Timkovich Death Certificate[28] asserts that Clara R. Timkovich's father was Joseph Kazmierski and her mother was Anna Krupa. A review of this assertion states:

This is strong supporting evidence based on the information provided by Clara's husband Frank Timkovich.
  • Swiontek Krupa Geneology Notes from Terry Mascenic[7] asserts that Anna Krupa and Joseph Kazmierski children were Henry Kazmierski, Edmund Kazmierski, Irene Kazmierski, and Clara Kazmierski. A review of this assertion states:

It is not clear the source of the information, so this is supporting evidence.
  • Decedents of Jan and Regina Krupa, probably from the Estate of Clare Leeser Affidavit of Heirship[14] asserts that Joseph and Anna (Krupa) Kazmierski's children were Marcel, Henry, Edmund, Clara and Irene. A review of this assertion states:

It is not clear the source of the information, so this is supporting evidence.

Evidence that Edmund Kazmierski is the Child of Joseph Kazmierski

A Summary Conclusion has been created for this fact/event. Joseph Kazmierski is Edmund Kazmierski's father. This is documented in the baptism record and supported by the rest of the record. Please refer to the Proof that Edmund Kazmierski is the Child of Joseph Kazmierski for a detailed analysis. The related references are enumerated below.
  • Edmund Kazmierski Baptism Record[18] asserts that Edmund Kazmierski's father was Joseph Kazmierski and his mother was Anna Krupa. A review of this assertion states:

This is the entry for his baptism made new time of birth and is conclusive proof of this relationship.
  • 1920 US Census for Joseph Kazmierski and Family[2] asserts that Marcy Kazmierski, Henry Kazmierski and Edward Kazmierski were Joseph, and presumably Anna, Kazmierski's sons and Irene Kazmierski and Clara Kazmierski were Joseph and Anna's daughters. A review of this assertion states:

This is strong supporting evidence of the family group.
  • 1930 US Census for Joseph Kazmierski and Family[3] asserts that Henry Kazmerski and Edwin Kazmerski were Joseph and, presumably, Anna Kazmerski's sons and Irene Kazmerski and Clara Kazmerski were their daughters. A review of this assertion states:

This is strong supporting evidence of the family group.
  • 1940 US Census for Joseph Kazmierski and Family[4] asserts that Henry Kazmierski and Edmund Kazmierski were Joseph, and presumably Anna, Kazmierski's sons and Irene Kazmierski and Clara Kazmierski were thier daughters. A review of this assertion states:

This is strong supporting evidence of the family group.
  • Joseph Kazmierski Obituary[11] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski was survived by his wife, Anna; two daughters, Misses Irene and Clara; two sons, Henry and Edmund, and a brother, Stanley, all of Hammond, Indiana. A review of this assertion states:

This is strong supporting evidence of the family group.
  • Henry Sejda and Irene Kazmierski Wedding Article[13] asserts that Edmund Kazmierski, Irene Kazmierski's brother, was an Usher. A review of this assertion states:

Since Edmund is listed as Irene's brother and the family group with Joseph listed as the father is well documented, this is supporting evidence of the relationship.
  • Swiontek Krupa Geneology Notes from Terry Mascenic[7] asserts that Anna Krupa and Joseph Kazmierski children were Henry Kazmierski, Edmund Kazmierski, Irene Kazmierski, and Clara Kazmierski. A review of this assertion states:

It is not clear the source of the information, so this is supporting evidence.
  • Decedents of Jan and Regina Krupa, probably from the Estate of Clare Leeser Affidavit of Heirship[14] asserts that Joseph and Anna (Krupa) Kazmierski's children were Marcel, Henry, Edmund, Clara and Irene. A review of this assertion states:

It is not clear the source of the information, so this is supporting evidence.

Evidence that Henry F. Kazmierski is the Child of Joseph Kazmierski

A Summary Conclusion has been created for this fact/event. Joseph Kazmierski is Henry Kazmierski's father. This is documented in the baptism record and supported by the rest of the record. Please refer to the Proof that Henry F. Kazmierski is the Child of Joseph Kazmierski for a detailed analysis. The related references are enumerated below.
  • Henry Kazmierski Baptism Record[17] asserts that Henry Stanley Kazmierski father was Joseph Kazmierski and his mother was Anna Krupa. A review of this assertion states:

This is the entry for his baptism made new time of birth and is conclusive proof of this relationship.
  • 1920 US Census for Joseph Kazmierski and Family[2] asserts that Marcy Kazmierski, Henry Kazmierski and Edward Kazmierski were Joseph, and presumably Anna, Kazmierski's sons and Irene Kazmierski and Clara Kazmierski were Joseph and Anna's daughters. A review of this assertion states:

This is strong supporting evidence of the family group.
  • 1930 US Census for Joseph Kazmierski and Family[3] asserts that Henry Kazmerski and Edwin Kazmerski were Joseph and, presumably, Anna Kazmerski's sons and Irene Kazmerski and Clara Kazmerski were their daughters. A review of this assertion states:

This is strong supporting evidence of the family group.
  • 1940 US Census for Joseph Kazmierski and Family[4] asserts that Henry Kazmierski and Edmund Kazmierski were Joseph, and presumably Anna, Kazmierski's sons and Irene Kazmierski and Clara Kazmierski were thier daughters. A review of this assertion states:

This is strong supporting evidence of the family group.
  • Joseph Kazmierski Obituary[11] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski was survived by his wife, Anna; two daughters, Misses Irene and Clara; two sons, Henry and Edmund, and a brother, Stanley, all of Hammond, Indiana. A review of this assertion states:

This is strong supporting evidence of the family group.
  • St Mary's Bulletin with Marriage Bans for Henry Kazmierski and Sophie Gloss[24] asserts that Henry Kazmierski was the son of Joseph Kazmierski and Anna Krupa. A review of this assertion states:

This directly lists the relationship. The information was probably provided by Henry or his mother so this is strong evidence.
  • Henry Sejda and Irene Kazmierski Wedding Article[13] asserts that Henry F. Kazmierski was Irene R. Kazmierski's brother. A review of this assertion states:

Since the family group is well established with Joseph as the father, this is supporting evidence.
  • Henry F. Kazmierski Death Certificate[25] asserts that Henry F. Kazmierski's father was Joseph Kazmierski and his mother was Anna Krupa. A review of this assertion states:

The informant was Henry's wife who should've known this fact. This is strong supporting evidence.
  • Swiontek Krupa Geneology Notes from Terry Mascenic[7] asserts that Anna Krupa and Joseph Kazmierski children were Henry Kazmierski, Edmund Kazmierski, Irene Kazmierski, and Clara Kazmierski. A review of this assertion states:

It is not clear the source of the information, so this is supporting evidence.
  • Decedents of Jan and Regina Krupa, probably from the Estate of Clare Leeser Affidavit of Heirship[14] asserts that Joseph and Anna (Krupa) Kazmierski's children were Marcel, Henry, Edmund, Clara and Irene. A review of this assertion states:

It is not clear the source of the information, so this is supporting evidence.

Evidence that Irene Regina (Kazmierski) Sejda is the Child of Joseph Kazmierski

A Summary Conclusion has been created for this fact/event. Irene Kazmierski was Joseph Kazmierski's daughter. This is documented in her baptism record and supported by the rest of the record. Please refer to the Proof that Irene Regina (Kazmierski) Sejda is the Child of Joseph Kazmierski for a detailed analysis. The related references are enumerated below.
  • Irene Regina Kazmierski Baptism Record[40] asserts that Irena Regina Kazmierski father was Josephus Kazmierski and Anna Kruppa. A review of this assertion states:

This is a clear image of the original church register recording Irene's baptism and is nearly conclusive proof of this relationship.
  • 1920 US Census for Joseph Kazmierski and Family[2] asserts that Marcy Kazmierski, Henry Kazmierski and Edward Kazmierski were Joseph, and presumably Anna, Kazmierski's sons and Irene Kazmierski and Clara Kazmierski were Joseph and Anna's daughters. A review of this assertion states:

This is strong evidence that Irene is Joseph's daughter.
  • 1930 US Census for Joseph Kazmierski and Family[3] asserts that Henry Kazmerski and Edwin Kazmerski were Joseph and, presumably, Anna Kazmerski's sons and Irene Kazmerski and Clara Kazmerski were their daughters. A review of this assertion states:

This is strong evidence that Irene is Joseph's daughter.
  • 1940 US Census for Joseph Kazmierski and Family[4] asserts that Henry Kazmierski and Edmund Kazmierski were Joseph, and presumably Anna, Kazmierski's sons and Irene Kazmierski and Clara Kazmierski were thier daughters. A review of this assertion states:

This is strong evidence that Irene is Joseph's daughter.
  • Joseph Kazmierski Obituary[11] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski was survived by his wife, Anna; two daughters, Misses Irene and Clara; two sons, Henry and Edmund, and a brother, Stanley, all of Hammond, Indiana. A review of this assertion states:

This is strong evidence that Irene is Joseph's daughter.
  • Henry Sejda and Irene Kazmierski Wedding Article[13] asserts that Irene R. Kazmierski was the daughter of Joseph Kazmierski. A review of this assertion states:

This info was probably provided by someone with knowledge of this relationship so this is strong evidence of the relationship.
  • Irene R. Sejda Death Certificate[41] asserts that Irene R. Sejda father was Joseph Kazmierski and her mother was Anna Krupa. A review of this assertion states:

The informant was her daughter, Barbara Sejda, who should've known this relationship. This is strong evidence especially when combined with other evidence.
  • 20 Aug 1995 Notes from Discussion with Irene and Barbara Sejda[10] asserts that Irene Kazmierski's parents were Joseph Kazmierski and Anna Krupa. A review of this assertion states:

This information is provided by Irene and is convincing evidence.
  • Decedents of Jan and Regina Krupa, probably from the Estate of Clare Leeser Affidavit of Heirship[14] asserts that Joseph and Anna (Krupa) Kazmierski's children were Marcel, Henry, Edmund, Clara and Irene. A review of this assertion states:

The source of this information is unknown. However this can be uded to support other evidence.
  • Swiontek Krupa Geneology Notes from Terry Mascenic[7] asserts that Anna Krupa and Joseph Kazmierski children were Henry Kazmierski, Edmund Kazmierski, Irene Kazmierski, and Clara Kazmierski. A review of this assertion states:

The source of this information is unknown. However this can be uded to support other evidence.

Evidence that Marcel Kazmierski is the Child of Joseph Kazmierski

A Summary Conclusion has been created for this fact/event. Joseph Kazmierski is Marceli Kazmierski's father. This is documented in the baptism record and supported by the rest of the record. Please refer to the Proof that Marcel Kazmierski is the Child of Joseph Kazmierski for a detailed analysis. The related references are enumerated below.
  • Marcel Kazmierski Baptism Record[16] asserts that Marcellinus Clemens Kazmierski father was Joseph Kazmierski. A review of this assertion states:

This is the entry for his baptism made new time of birth and is conclusive proof of this relationship.
  • 1910 U.S. Census Entry for Joseph Kazmierski household[1] asserts that Marshal Kazmierski was Joseph and Anna Kazmierski's son. A review of this assertion states:

This is strong supporting evidence of the family group.
  • 1920 US Census for Joseph Kazmierski and Family[2] asserts that Marcy Kazmierski, Henry Kazmierski and Edward Kazmierski were Joseph, and presumably Anna, Kazmierski's sons and Irene Kazmierski and Clara Kazmierski were Joseph and Anna's daughters. A review of this assertion states:

This is strong supporting evidence of the family group.
  • Marceli Kazmierski Death Certificate[9] asserts that Marceli Kazmierski father was Joseph Kazmierski and his mother was Anna Krupa. A review of this assertion states:

The informant was Joseph's wife and Henry's mother Anna, so this is convincing evidence.
  • Decedents of Jan and Regina Krupa, probably from the Estate of Clare Leeser Affidavit of Heirship[14] asserts that Joseph and Anna (Krupa) Kazmierski's children were Marcel, Henry, Edmund, Clara and Irene. A review of this assertion states:

The source of this information is unknown. However this can be uded to support other evidence.

Evidence of the Physical Description of Joseph Kazmierski

A Summary Conclusion has been created for this fact/event. In 1918, Joseph Kazmierski was described as medium height and stout build with black eyes and brown hair. Please refer to the Proof of the Physical Description of Joseph Kazmierski for a detailed analysis. The related references are enumerated below.
  • Joseph Kazmierski World War I Draft Card[5] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski was described as medium height and stout build with black eyes and brown hair. A review of this assertion states:

This is evidence of his description in the fall of 1918.

Evidence of the Property of Joseph Kazmierski

A Summary Conclusion has been created for this fact/event. The 1920, 1930 and 1940 U.S. Census indicated that Joseph owned his home. Please refer to the Proof of the Property of Joseph Kazmierski for a detailed analysis. The related references are enumerated below.
  • 1920 US Census for Joseph Kazmierski and Family[2] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski owned his home but had a mortgage. A review of this assertion states:

This is supporting evidence that Joseph owned his home.
  • 1930 US Census for Joseph Kazmierski and Family[3] asserts that Joseph Kazmerski owned his home, worth $1,800. A review of this assertion states:

This is supporting evidence that Joseph owned his home.
  • 1940 US Census for Joseph Kazmierski and Family[4] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski owned his house and it was worth $3,500. A review of this assertion states:

This is supporting evidence that Joseph owned his home.

Evidence of the Residence of Joseph Kazmierski

A Summary Conclusion has been created for this fact/event. Joseph Kazmierski appears to have lived in 8323 Superior Ave, Chicago, Cook, Illinois from before 1910 until about 1915. By 1916, he is residing at 562 Ames Ave, Hammond, Lake, Indiana. Sometime between 1918 and 1920, he and his family move to 1150 Columbia Ave, Hammond, Indiana, where he lived until his 1940 death. In 1930 or 1931, Hammond changed the house numbers and 1150 Columbia Ave became 6236 Columbia Ave. Please refer to the Proof of the Residence of Joseph Kazmierski for a detailed analysis. The related references are enumerated below.
  • 1910 U.S. Census Entry for Joseph Kazmierski household[1] asserts that Joseph, Anna and Marshal Kazmierski appeared in the 1910 US Census at 8323 Superior Avenue, Chicago, Cook, IL. A review of this assertion states:

This is strong evidence of his residence.
  • 1916 Hammond City Directory Kazmierski entries[19] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski resided at the location of his men's furnishings store at 562 Ames Ave, Hammond, Indiana along with his wife Annie. A review of this assertion states:

This is strong evidence of his residence - between 1910 and 1916 he moved from Chicago to 562 Ames Ave, Hammond, Indiana
  • 1917 Hammond City Directory Kazmierski entries[20] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski resided at 562 Ames Ave, Hammond, Indiana with his wife Annie. A review of this assertion states:

This is strong evidence of his residence.
  • Clara Kazmierski birth certificate[6] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski was a 34 year old laborer born in Russia Poland and living in Hammond, Indiana. A review of this assertion states:

This supports him living in Hammond.
  • Joseph Kazmierski World War I Draft Card[5] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski lived at 562 Ames Ave, Hammond, Lake, Indiana. A review of this assertion states:

This is strong evidence of his residence.
  • 1920 US Census for Joseph Kazmierski and Family[2] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski, Anna Kazmierski, Mercy Kazmierski, Henry Kazmierski, Edward Kazmierski, Irene Kazmierski, Clara Kazmierski, and Joseph Slevaniski appeared in the 1920 US Census at 1150 Columbia Ave, Hammond, Lake Co, Indiana. A review of this assertion states:

Between the fall of 1918 and 1920 he moved from 562 Ames Ave to 1150 Columbia Ave, Hammond, Indiana
  • 1921 Hammond City Directory Kazmierski entries[21] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski resided at his Dry Goods store at 1150 Columbia Ave, Hammond, Indiana with his wife, Anna in 1921. A review of this assertion states:

This is strong evidence of his residence.
  • 1923 Hammond City Directory Kazmierski entries[27] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski resided at his dry goods store at 1150 Columbia Ave, Hammond, Indiana with his wife Anna. A review of this assertion states:

This is strong evidence of his residence.
  • 1926 Hammond City Directory Kazmierski entries[29] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski lived at his dry goods store at 1150 Columbia Ave, Hammond, Indiana with his wife, Anna. A review of this assertion states:

This is strong evidence of his residence.
  • 1928 Hammond City Directory entries for Kazmierski[22] asserts that Joseph Kazmkierski sold shoes from 1150 Columbia Ave, Hammond, Indiana and resided there with his wife Anna. A review of this assertion states:

This is strong evidence of his residence.
  • 1930 US Census for Joseph Kazmierski and Family[3] asserts that Joseph Kazmerski, Anna Kazmerski, Henry Kazmerski, Edwin Kazmerski, Irene Kazmerski, and Clara Kazmerski appeared together in the 1930 U.S. Census at 1150 Columbia Ave, Hammond, Lake Co, Indiana. A review of this assertion states:

This is strong evidence of his residence.
  • 1931 Hammond City Directory entry for Joseph Kazmierski's Shoe Store[36] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski was a shoe dealer at 6236 Columbia Ave, Hammond, Indiana. The directory indicates the address for 1150 Columbia Ave changed to 6236 Columbia Ave. A review of this assertion states:

Between 1930 and 1931, the Hammond house numbers changed and 1150 Columbia Ave became 6236 Columbia Ave, Hammond, Indiana
  • 1935 Hammond City Directory Kazmierski entries[23] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski who ran a restaurant at 6236 Columbia Ave and resided there with Anna. A review of this assertion states:

This is strong evidence of his residence.
  • 1940 US Census for Joseph Kazmierski and Family[4] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski, Anna Kazmierski, Henry Kazmierski, Edmund Kazmierski, Irene Kazmierski and Clara Kazmierski appeared together in the 1940 US Census at 6236 Columbia Avenue, Hammond, Lake Co, Indiana and lived in the same house in 1935. A review of this assertion states:

This is strong evidence of his residence.
  • Joseph Kazmierski Death Certificate[8] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski's usual residence was 6236 Columbia Ave, Hammond, Lake, Indiana and he lived in the community for 25 years. A review of this assertion states:

This is strong evidence of his residence. This indicates he may have moved to Hammond in about 1915.
  • Joseph Kazmierski Obituary[11] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski lived at 6236 Columbia Ave, Hammond, Indiana. A review of this assertion states:

This is strong evidence of his residence.
  • Joseph Kazmierski Obituary[11] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski lived in Hammond for 25 years. A review of this assertion states:

This indicates he may have moved to Hammond in about 1915.

Evidence of the Siblings of Joseph Kazmierski and Stanley Kazmierski

A Summary Conclusion has been created for this fact/event. Joseph Kazmierski was probably Stanley Kazmierski's brother according to Joseph's obituary. Please refer to the Proof of the Siblings of Joseph Kazmierski and Stanley Kazmierski for a detailed analysis. The related references are enumerated below.
  • Joseph Kazmierski Obituary[11] asserts that Joseph Kazmierski was survived by his wife, Anna; two daughters, Misses Irene and Clara; two sons, Henry and Edmund, and a brother, Stanley, all of Hammond, Indiana. A review of this assertion states:

This information was probably provided by someone who knew this fact. Also, one of Joseph's daughters, Irene, was in the wedding of one of Stanley's daughters, so that supports the relationship.


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  1. 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 1.11 1.12 1910 U.S. Census, Cook County, Illinois, population schedule, Chicago City, enumeration district (ED) 459, sheet 18A, dwelling 117, family 306, Joseph Kazmierski household; image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 12 Feb 2021); citing NARA microfilm publication T624, roll 245; FHL film 1374261.
  2. 2.00 2.01 2.02 2.03 2.04 2.05 2.06 2.07 2.08 2.09 2.10 2.11 2.12 2.13 2.14 2.15 1920 United States Census, Lake County, Indiana, population schedule, Hammond Ward 6, enumeration district (ED) 70, Sheet 24B, dwelling 396, household 432, Joseph Kazmierski and family; database with images, FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org : downloaded 15 September 2020); NARA microfilm publication T625 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1992), roll 445; FHL microfilm 1,820,445.
  3. 3.00 3.01 3.02 3.03 3.04 3.05 3.06 3.07 3.08 3.09 3.10 3.11 3.12 3.13 3.14 3.15 1930 United States Census, Lake County, Indiana, population schedule, Hammond Ward 6, enumeration district (ED) 45-146, Sheet 15B, dwelling 333, family 355, Joseph Kazmerski and family; database with images, FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org : downloaded 15 September 2020); NARA microfilm publication T626 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 2002), roll 602; FHL microfilm 2,340,337.
  4. 4.00 4.01 4.02 4.03 4.04 4.05 4.06 4.07 4.08 4.09 4.10 4.11 4.12 1940 United States Census, Lake County, Indiana, population schedule, Ward 4 Hammond, enumeration district (ED) 45-104, Sheet 6A, household 115, Joseph Kazmierski and family; database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org : downloaded 15 September 2020); Sixteenth Census of the United States, 1940, NARA digital publication T627. Records of the Bureau of the Census, 1790 - 2007, RG 29. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 2012, roll 1068.
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 5.6 5.7 ”U.S., World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918,” digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : downloaded 12 February 2021), Joseph Kazmierski, Illinois, Cook County, Draft Board 2; citing World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration. M1509, United States, Selective Service System. World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration. M1509.
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5 6.6 Ancestry.com "Indiana, U.S., Birth Certificates, 1907-1940." digital images. Ancestry.com Operations, Inc. (https://www.ancestry.com/imageviewer/collections/60871/images/45385_539570-03218: accessed 15 Feb 2021), Clara Kazmierski, 1917 births, roll 8, image 3187; citing Indiana State Board of Health. Birth Certificates, 1907-1940. Microfilm. Indiana Archives and Records Administration, Indianapolis, Indiana.
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 7.3 7.4 7.5 7.6 7.7 Terry Mascenic, Swiontek Krupa Geneology Notes, Krupa Family Research; 2015. Excel spreadsheet of family history data on the descendents of Jan and Regina Krupa.
  8. 8.00 8.01 8.02 8.03 8.04 8.05 8.06 8.07 8.08 8.09 8.10 Indiana State Board of Health, Death Certificate 31878 (17 Oct 1940), Joseph Kazmierski; Original copy in possession of Robert P. Bongiovi.
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 9.3 Ancestry.com "Indiana, U.S., Death Certificates, 1899-2011." digital images. Ancestry.com Operations, Inc.. (https://www.ancestry.com/imageviewer/collections/60716/images/44494_350027-00375: accessed 14 Feb 2021), Marceli Kazmierski, 1929 death certificates, roll 11, image 376; citing Indiana State Board of Health. Death Certificates, 1900–2011. Microfilm. Indiana Archives and Records Administration, Indianapolis, Indiana.
  10. 10.0 10.1 10.2 10.3 10.4 10.5 Irene Sejda, Grandmother of Robert P. Bongiovi, [address for private use], Munster, Indiana, interview by Robert P. Bongiovi, 20 August 1995; Notes on genealogy forms, privately held by Robert P. Bongiovi, [address for private use], El Segundo, California, 2020. Author cannot recall if this was in person or over the phone. Notes in possession of Robert P. Bongiovi.
  11. 11.00 11.01 11.02 11.03 11.04 11.05 11.06 11.07 11.08 11.09 11.10 11.11 11.12 11.13 11.14 "J. Kazmierski, 58, Succumbs," The Times (Hammond, Indiana), 18 Oct 1940, (https://www.newspapers.com/clip/70301849/joseph-kazmierski-obituary/ : accessed 13 Feb 2021), obituary; citing Newspapers.com.
  12. 12.0 12.1 12.2 12.3 12.4 12.5 "Illinois, Chicago, Catholic Church Records, 1833-1925." database with images. FamilySearch. (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:S3HT-6WJS-3L6?i=141&wc=M66P-K6D%3A40205101%2C40524701&cc=1452409: accessed 3 Feb 2021), Joseph Kazmierski and Anna Krupa Marriage; citing St Michael Parish (Chicago: South Shore Dr), Marriages 1892-1909, image 142 of 149, Catholic Church parishes, Chicago Diocese, Chicago.
  13. 13.0 13.1 13.2 13.3 13.4 13.5 ”Weds in Local Church,” undated clipping, June 1942, from unidentified newspaper; Bongiovi Family History Files, Original Clipping provided by Barbara Sejda, daughter of Henry and Irene Sejda; privately held 2020 by Robert P. Bongiovi, [address for private use], El Segundo, CA. Clipping indicates it is from the Hammond Times.
  14. 14.0 14.1 14.2 14.3 14.4 14.5 14.6 14.7 14.8 Decedents of Jan and Regina Krupa, Probably from the Estate of Clare Leeser Affidavit of Heirship; Bongiovi Family History Files; privately held by Robert P. Bongiovi, [address for private use], El Segundo, California, 2016. Typewritten list, source of information unknown. One copy provided to Robert P. Bongiovi by Irene Sejda in 1990s. Second copy provided by Barbara Sejda in 2010s.
  15. 15.0 15.1 "Elect Worosz President of Hammond Civic Clup," The Times (Hammond, Indiana), 15 Feb 1938, (https://www.newspapers.com/clip/70302515/joseph-kazmierski-treasurer-of-maywood-c/ : accessed 13 Feb 2021), article; citing Newspapers.com.
  16. 16.0 16.1 16.2 16.3 "Illinois, Chicago, Catholic Church Records, 1833-1925." database with images. FamilySearch. (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QVMJ-9BVC: accessed 10 Feb 2021), Marcellinus Clemens Kazmierski; citing Catholic Church parishes, Chicago Diocese, Chicago; FHL microfilm 1,579,565.
  17. 17.0 17.1 17.2 17.3 "Illinois, Chicago, Catholic Church Records, 1833-1925." database with images. FamilySearch. (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:S3HT-6WJS-Z1W? cc=1452409&wc=M66P-W29%3A40205101%2C39559801: accessed 4 Feb 2021), Henricus Stanislaus Kazmierski; citing St Michael Parish, Chicago (South Shore Dr), Baptisms 1910-1914, image 101 of 229; Catholic Church parishes, Chicago Diocese, Chicago.
  18. 18.0 18.1 18.2 18.3 "Illinois, Chicago, Catholic Church Records, 1833-1925." database with images. FamilySearch. (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:S3HT-6WJS-QZQ? cc=1452409&wc=M66P-W29%3A40205101%2C39559801: accessed 5 Feb 2021), Edmund Kazmierksi Baptism; citing St Michael Parish (Chicago: South Shore Dr), Baptisms 1910-1914, image 152 of 229, Catholic Church parishes, Chicago Diocese, Chicago.
  19. 19.0 19.1 19.2 19.3 Ancestry.com "U.S., City Directories, 1822-1995." database with images. Ancestry.com. (https://www.ancestry.com/imageviewer/collections/2469/images/11548949: accessed 13 Feb 2021), Kazmierski entries, p 226; citing Hammond, Indiana, City Directory, 1916.
  20. 20.0 20.1 20.2 20.3 20.4 Ancestry.com "U.S., City Directories, 1822-1995." database with images. Ancestry.com. (https://www.ancestry.com/imageviewer/collections/2469/images/11727709: accessed 13 Feb 2021), Kazmierski entries, p. 260; citing Hammond, Indiana, City Directory, 1917.
  21. 21.0 21.1 21.2 21.3 Ancestry.com "U.S., City Directories, 1822-1995." database with images. Ancestry.com. (https://www.ancestry.com/imageviewer/collections/2469/images/11648900: accessed 13 Feb 2021), Kazmierski entries, p. 272; citing Hammond, Indiana, City Directory, 1921.
  22. 22.0 22.1 22.2 22.3 22.4 Ancestry.com "U.S., City Directories, 1822-1995." database with images. Ancestry.com. (https://www.ancestry.com/imageviewer/collections/2469/images/11541460: accessed 13 Feb 2021), Kazmierski entries, p. 263; citing Hammond, Indiana, City Directory, 1928.
  23. 23.0 23.1 23.2 23.3 23.4 Ancestry.com "U.S., City Directories, 1822-1995." database with images. Ancestry.com. (https://www.ancestry.com/imageviewer/collections/2469/images/10846552: accessed 13 Feb 2021), Kazmierski entries, p. 210; citing Hammond, Indiana, City Directory, 1935.
  24. 24.0 24.1 24.2 24.3 St. Mary's Catholic Church Bulletin, Family History Papers and Artifacts, 1993-Present; Robert P. Bongiovi, [Address for Private Use,] El Segundo, California, 2021. Typewritten church bulletin dated June 22, 1947.
  25. 25.0 25.1 25.2 25.3 Ancestry.com "Indiana, U.S., Death Certificates, 1899-2011." digital images. Ancestry.com Operations, Inc.. (https://www.ancestry.com/imageviewer/collections/60716/images/44494_350969-00134: accessed 14 Feb 2021), Henry F. Kazmierski, 1979, Roll 10, Image 135; citing Indiana State Board of Health. Death Certificates, 1900–2011. Microfilm. Indiana Archives and Records Administration, Indianapolis, Indiana.
  26. 26.0 26.1 Antoinette Granack Obituary, Newspaper Clippings, 1993-present; Robert P. Bongiovi, [Address for Private Use,] El Segundo, CA, 2021. Undated newspaper clipping.
  27. 27.0 27.1 27.2 Ancestry.com "U.S., City Directories, 1822-1995." database with images. Ancestry.com. (https://www.ancestry.com/imageviewer/collections/2469/images/11708823: accessed 13 Feb 2021), Kazmierski entries, p. 312; citing Hammond, Indiana, City Directory, 1923.
  28. 28.0 28.1 28.2 Ancestry.com "Indiana, U.S., Death Certificates, 1899-2011." digital images. Ancestry.com Operations, Inc.. (https://www.ancestry.com/imageviewer/collections/60716/images/44494_351833-01222: accessed 14 Feb 2021), Clara Timkovich, 1988, roll 56, image 1223; citing Indiana State Board of Health. Death Certificates, 1900–2011. Microfilm. Indiana Archives and Records Administration, Indianapolis, Indiana.
  29. 29.0 29.1 29.2 Ancestry.com "U.S., City Directories, 1822-1995." database with images. Ancestry.com. (https://www.ancestry.com/imageviewer/collections/2469/images/11640183: accessed 13 Feb 2021), Kazmierski entries, p. 259; citing Hammond, Indiana, City Directory, 1926.
  30. 30.0 30.1 Ancestry.com "U.S., City Directories, 1822-1995." database with images. Ancestry.com. (https://www.ancestry.com/imageviewer/collections/2469/images/11709087: accessed 13 Feb 2021), Dry Goods, Joseph Kazmierski, p. 837; citing Hammond, Indiana, City Directory, 1923.
  31. 31.0 31.1 Ancestry.com "U.S., City Directories, 1822-1995." database with images. Ancestry.com. (https://www.ancestry.com/imageviewer/collections/2469/images/11549146: accessed 13 Feb 2021), Joseph Kazmierski; citing Hammond, Indiana, City Directory, 1916.
  32. 32.0 32.1 Ancestry.com "U.S., City Directories, 1822-1995." database with images. Ancestry.com. (https://www.ancestry.com/imageviewer/collections/2469/images/11727516: accessed 13 Feb 2021), Joseph Kazmierski Dry Goods, p. 777; citing Hammond, Indiana, City Directory, 1917.
  33. 33.0 33.1 Ancestry.com "U.S., City Directories, 1822-1995." database with images. Ancestry.com. (https://www.ancestry.com/imageviewer/collections/2469/images/11727932: accessed 13 Feb 2021), Dry Goods, Joseph Kazmierski, p. 703; citing Hammond, Indiana, City Directory, 1919. On Ancestry.com, this entry is incorrectly listed under the 1917 directory.
  34. 34.0 34.1 Ancestry.com "U.S., City Directories, 1822-1995." database with images. Ancestry.com. (https://www.ancestry.com/imageviewer/collections/2469/images/11649137: accessed 13 Feb 2021), Dry Goods, Joseph Kazmkerski, p. 739; citing Hammond, Indiana, City Directory, 1921.
  35. 35.0 35.1 Ancestry.com "U.S., City Directories, 1822-1995." database with images. Ancestry.com. (https://www.ancestry.com/imageviewer/collections/2469/images/11640348: accessed 13 Feb 2021), Dry Goods - Retail, Joseph Kazmierski, p. 573; citing Hammond, Indiana, City Directory, 1926.
  36. 36.0 36.1 36.2 Ancestry.com "U.S., City Directories, 1822-1995." database with images. Ancestry.com. (https://www.ancestry.com/imageviewer/collections/2469/images/10761015: accessed 13 Feb 2021), Shoe Dealers - Retail, Jos Kazmierski, p. 590; citing Hammond, Indiana, City Directory, 1931.
  37. 37.0 37.1 Ancestry.com "U.S., City Directories, 1822-1995." database with images. Ancestry.com. (https://www.ancestry.com/imageviewer/collections/2469/images/10846709: accessed 13 Feb 2021), Restaurants and Lunch Rooms, Jos Kazmierski, p. 521; citing Hammond, Indiana, City Directory, 1935.
  38. 38.0 38.1 "Legal Notice of Public Hearing," The Times (Hammond, Indiana), 18 July 1935, (https://www.newspapers.com/clip/70301451/joseph-kazmierski-notice-of-public/ : accessed 13 Feb 2021), notice; citing Newspapers.com.
  39. 39.0 39.1 "Twelve more liquor permits for county," The Times (Hammond, Indiana), 6 Sep 1935, (https://www.newspapers.com/clip/70300977/joseph-kazmierski-liquor-permit-6-sep-19/ : accessed 13 Feb 2021), notice; citing Newspapers.com.
  40. 40.0 40.1 ”Illinois, Chicago, Catholic Church Records, 1833-1925,” The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/1452409 : accessed 7 September 2020), online database with images, “Irena Regina Kaźmierski, Baptism 01 Aug 1915,” digital folder 4284446, image 76; Catholic Church parishes, Chicago Diocese, Chicago, Illinois.
  41. 41.0 41.1 Indiana, State Department of Health, certificate of death Hammond, Indiana local no. 961 (8 December 1998), Irene R. Sejda; Indiana State Department of Health, Indianapolis, Indiana.




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