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1. Paula Mary Bacinski,1 daughter of Bernard Gregory Bacinski 2 and Elaine Mary Paska,3 was born on 5 Dec 1955 in Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland.1 Other names for Paula are Paula Crosby and Paula Hannam.

Noted events in her life were:

• Education: Aug 1973-May 1977, Frostburg State College, Frostburg, Allegany, Maryland. Early Childhood Education

• Graduated: 5 Jun 1973, Dulaney Senior High School, Timonium, Baltimore, Maryland.

• Graduated: May 1977, Frostburg State College, Frostburg, Allegany, Maryland. B.A.

• Occupation: Sep 1977-Jun 1979, Mount Pleasant Elementary School, Easton, Talbot, Maryland. 4 School Teacher

• Occupation: 1978, High's, Easton, Talbot, Maryland. Part time

• Occupation: 1979, Easton, Talbot, Maryland. Unemployed

• Occupation: 1979-1981, Talbot Bank of Easton, Easton, Talbot, Maryland. Estimated dates - 1 October 1979 - 11 September 1981

• Occupation: 1981-1984, Laurel, Prince George's, Maryland. Bank Teller, Union Trust Bank, Laurel, Maryland

• Occupation: 1984-1988. Assistant Manager, Denny's Restaurants, Laurel, Maryland

• Occupation: After 1988, Laurel, Prince George's, Maryland. Daycare provider

• Religion: 2014, Laurel, Prince George's, Maryland. Jehovah's Witness (raised Catholic)

Paula married Sean Kevin Crosby, son of Leo W. Crosby and Mary Margaret Sell, on 24 Sep 1977 in Saint Joseph's Church, Cockeysville, Baltimore, Maryland. Sean was born on 17 May 1955 in Hagerstown, Washington, Maryland. They had no children.

Marriage Notes:

[Source: Cumberland News, September 29, 1976, page 5]

Sell Honored At Family Patio Picnic
The birthday of Allen M. Sell was celebrated Sunday in the form of a family patio picnic at his home 523 Greene Street. A son of the late Michael and Margaret Werner Sell, Mr. Sell was born and has lived on Greene Street all his life. His mother was a native of New Baltimore Pa. His grandparents Simon and Mary Sell came to Cumberland from Bavaria Germany in 1847 and settled on Greene Street. Mr Sell is a retired stone mason and concrete contractor following in the footsteps of his father who built the wall around the Monastery. Mr Sell carried his fathers lunch to him and was water boy for the workers. He designed and built the new stone entrance for SS Peter and Paul Church and did the stone work for the convent. Although he enjoys growing flowers, his main hobby is making furniture. Last week he completed a grandfather clock. January 3 1917 he married Miss Margaret Vermilyea, daughter of Walter and Mary Margaret Tennant Vermilyea. He was from Martinsburg W Va and she Baltimore. The ceremony was performed in SS Peter and Pauls Catholic Church. Mr and Mrs Sell are the parents of six children. They have 23 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren. 85 candles on the cake were lighted by a granddaughter, Nancy, for him to blow. Attending the celebration were Mr and Mrs Richard Sell and Lara, Mr and Mrs Allen M Sell, Jr,, Debra and William Edwin and Catherine Sell Crosten, Edwin James Lesa and Margaret, Mr and Mrs Steven Diggs, Leo and Margaret Crosby, Hancock, Colliene Jennifer and Sean, Mr and Mrs Patrick Crosby, Fairfax, Va, Mr and Mrs Norbert Sell, Mrs Margaret Hewitt, Miss Nannie Vermilyea and Miss Paula Bacinski, Baltimore.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Marriage License: 26 Jul 1977, Maryland.

• Witnesses: 24 Sep 1977, Saint Joseph's Church, Cockeysville, Baltimore, Maryland. Witnesses to this marriage:

Patrick Crosby
Mary Beth Bacinski

• Residence: 24 Sep 1977-1979, 212E Dover Street, Apt I, Easton, Talbot, Maryland 21601.

• Residence: 1 Jun 1977-24 Sep 1977, Parkville, Baltimore, Maryland. Approximate dates

• Residence: 1979-12 Sep 1981, Route 1, Box 353B, Trappe, Talbot, Maryland 21673.

• Residence: 12 Sep 1981-10 May 1983, 426 I Secluded Post Circle, Glen Burnie, Anne Arundel, Maryland.

• Separation: 10 May 1983, Maryland. Paula signed separation agreement on 10 May 1983 and Sean signed it on 16 May 1983.

• Divorced: 10 Jun 1985, Maryland.

Noted events in his life were:

• Educated: 1977, Frostburg State College, Frostburg, Allegany, Maryland. Majored in philosophy



Paula next married John-Pierre Marcel Hannam,1 son of Pierre Hannam 1,6 and Mary Katharyn Rau,1 on 28 Jun 1985 in Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, Laurel, Prince George's, Maryland.5 John-Pierre was born on 6 Aug 1953 in Allentown Osteopathic Hospital, 1746 Hamilton Street, Allentown, Lehigh, Pennsylvania and was baptized on 20 Oct 1953 in Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, Quakertown, Bucks, Pennyslvania. Other names for John-Pierre are Jake Hannam and John-Pierre M. Hannam Sr.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Comment: Jul or Aug 1983, Fort George G. Meade, Anne Arundel, Maryland. At the suggestion of a workplace friend, Jake attended "Going On', a forum for recently divorced and separated people. He met Paula Crosby (nee Bacinski) there. Over the next few weeks, their relationship slowly developed with telephone calls, seeing each other at Going On, and occasional dinners at Paula's apartment in Glen Burnie.

• Marriage License: 26 Jun 1985, Maryland. 5

• Officiant: 28 Jun 1985, Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, Laurel, Prince George's, Maryland. 5 Rev. Harry F. Biles

• Residence: Jul 1985-Dec 1993, 7618 South Arbory Court, Laurel, Prince George's, Maryland.

• Residence: December 1993 to present, 7019 Redmiles Road, Laurel, Prince George's, Mayland.

General Notes:

[Source: The Hannam Genealogy, compiled by John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr.]

Education:

Elementary School: Bridgeton Christian Day School (K-2, 4-6), Bridgeton, New Jersey
Elementary School: South Avenue, Bridgeton, New Jersey (3rd Grade)
Junior High School: Bridgeton Junior High School, Bridgeton, New Jersey (7-9)
High School: Palisades High School, Kintnersville, Pennsylvania (10-12)
College:
- Northampton County Area Community College, Bethlehem, PA (AAS - Commercial Art - 1974)
- San Antonio College, San Antonio, Texas (several courses - electives - 1976)
- University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA), San Antonio, Texas (BA - Political Science - 1979)
- Prince George's County Community College, Laurel, MD [HTML and JavaScript - noncredit - 2002]

Military:

United States Air Force, Nov 1974 - Aug 1977 - Still Photographic Specialist (1975-1977)

Adult Work History:

Directorate of Logistics (aka Directorate of Industrial Operations), Fort George G. Meade, MD (May 1980 - 3 January 2009)

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John-Pierre M. Hannam was born on the 63rd anniversary of the first legal electrocution (William Kemmler, Auburn Prison, New York, 6 August 1890) in the United States. Another infamous anniversary was that of the first wartime use of an atomic bomb ("Little Boy", Hiroshima, Japan, 6 August 1945). Some famous people also born on this day include actress Lucille Ball - 1911, actor Robert Mitchum - 1917, artist Andy Warhol - 1928 and movie director M. Night Shyamalan - 1970.

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[Source: SoundOff, Fort George G. Meade, Maryland, 27 October 2005. http://www.ftmeadesoundoff.com/news/2464/employee-honored-designing-museum-web-site/]

Employee honored for designing museum Web site
By Lisa R. Rhodes Staff writer
Posted 10/27/05

When John-Pierre Hannam received a phone call at home from his boss, David Rose, director of the Directorate of Logistics (DOL), on the night of Oct. 3, he was not sure what to think.

"He doesn't call me very often," said Hannam, a logistics management specialist at DOL, explaining that when he usually receives a call from his boss at home, it's a snowy night and he is getting notice not to come in to work the next day. Hannam said he hoped the phone call wasn't news of a terrorist attack, requiring him to come into work to handle an emergency crisis. "But it was nice news. Very pleasant news," he said.
Rose asked Hannam to attend the weekly garrison management meeting the next morning. There, Hannam received a plaque of appreciation from the Fort Meade Museum Historical Foundation and a $100 gift certificate for his work on the Fort Meade Museum's Web site.

"I was just pleasantly surprised. I wasn't expecting anything. I appreciate the thought and the recognition," said Hannam, who designed the museum's Web site in the spring of 2001 and since then has periodically updated the site.

Robert Johnson, director of the Fort Meade Museum, said the work Hannam has done is "outstanding."

Hannam designed the museum's Web site after former Installation Commander Col. Michael J. Stewart sent out a directive in early 2001 for all directorates to have their own Web site. He'd designed the DOL Web site and gotten so many compliments, the commander asked him to design a Web site for the museum. Hannam, who has an associate's degree in commercial art and once worked as an Air Force photographer, was glad to comply.

"I was very fortunate," said Hannam, saying former DOL Director Lynn Sasser, also a member of the museum board of directors, approved of the project and allowed him to take time during work hours to design the site. Sasser also purchased additional computer software to aid with the design.

Johnson said the museum did not have anyone on staff with the skills to design the site, so Hannam's work is "greatly appreciated." The museum now receives a lot of inquiries about its exhibitions and archives, in part due to the user-friendly accessibility of the site. Hannam said easy accessibility was his goal in designing the Web site, saying people will then visit the museum for further research.

Hannam, who has taken a course in HTML (hypertext markup language) design at a community college to help him design Web pages, consulted with Johnson and Barbara Taylor, exhibits specialist, before going forward with the design. The site features historical photographs of tanks, uniforms, helicopters and memorial headstones, as well as a historical timeline and special event coverage on prisoners of war and Memorial Day activities.

Hannam and Johnson are now talking about redesigning the Web site in the near future, to include more interesting graphics and an updated, modern look. "Now I can't wait to add new content," said Hannam, saying recognition for his Web design skills has sparked new motivation for his work for the museum.

Copyright © 2011 Patuxent Publishing and Baltimore Sun Media Group. All rights reserved.

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On 13 September 2013, an article by John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr., was published in an online magazine (e-zine), "The Lantern Lit".

[Source: The Lantern Lit, published by David Lee Price, 13 September 2013, http://lanternpolitics.blogspot.com/2013/09/labels-and-libertarian.html]

Politics & Government
Friday, September 13, 2013

Labels and the Libertarian
By John-Pierre M.Hannam Sr.
Lantern Lit Contributor

Labels! Labels! Labels everywhere! As humans, we seem to have a penchant for labeling things. Christian-Jew-Muslim-Atheist. Black-White-Hispanic. Straight-gay-asexual. Married-single-separated. Rich-poor-middle class. Male-female. French-German-Mexican-Asian-African American. Republican-Democrat-Libertarian. Conservative-liberal-moderate. I could go on and on but you get the idea. We all do it. We put labels on things - especially on people - even if we don't consciously do so. In some ways, assigning labels helps us to categorize and make sense of the world around us.
Sadly, our tendency to put labels on others often leads to alienation, hostility, and even hatred. It sets us apart from each other. When people are different from us, we tend to judge them. And this, alas, is seldom good.
One label to which I gladly subscribe is 'Christian'. I'm not a very good Christian, but I want to be and try to be. One thing Jesus said was, 'Judge not, lest ye be judged.' He also said, 'Do to others what you would want them to do to you.' You may know this as the Golden Rule. Most religions have similar guidelines. Personally, I think it's a good philosophy whether you are Christian or not. I wish more people would observe these simple 'rules' because our world would be a much nicer place in which to live.
Another label to which I grudgingly subscribe is 'libertarian'. Not Libertarian as in the political party, but libertarian as in the philosophy. People who subscribe to this philosophy are no better or worse than anyone else. We are all human and imperfect. The big difference, in my view, is that libertarians try to observe the Golden Rule even if they don't necessarily recognize that they are doing so. In a nutshell, we believe in 'live and let live'.
As a libertarian, I may not agree with something you do but I think you have every right to do it as long as you don't harm anyone else in the process. As a Christian, I believe God ultimately will judge each and every one of us. In the meantime, please try to refrain from judging me or the person next to you. If you smoke, that is your right as long as you don't blow it in my face. If you drink, that is your right as long as you don't get in your car and endanger others. If you gamble, that is your right as long as you don't starve your children in the process. I may not like the music you listen to, but you have every right to play it as long as you don't keep me awake at three in the morning. If you don't like guns, that is your right but don't try to infringe my right to own one. Again, I could go on and on. Just because you like or dislike something, you have no right to try to impose your feelings and beliefs - your likes and dislikes - on me.
My biggest problem with politicians - yes, mostly Democrats and Republicans - is that they try to change ME and YOU through legislation and taxes. Democrats don't like cigarettes or liquor so they try to tax it out of existence while salivating over the extra money those taxes bring. Republicans try to change moral behavior by imposing their beliefs on others. Most of them - Democrat and Republican alike - ignore the very Constitution that forms the basis for this nation. All of them ignore their oaths to uphold the Constitution. Every last one of them ignores the Golden Rule.
Sometimes it's really hard to label our politicians because they don't even bother to follow the principles of their own respective parties. Hence, we have labels such as 'RINO' (Republican-in-name-only) and 'blue-dog Democrats' who tend to be more conservative in some of their political outlooks. In some respects, it's good that they don't follow the party-line in lockstep but it also tends to blur the differences between them.
In fact, I see very little difference between the Republicans and the Democrats these days. It's tweedle-dee and tweedle-dum when it comes to our choices at the polls. Have you ever noticed how politicians scramble to be the tweedle-dumbest?
Seriously, it really bothers me that our president and legislators have no qualms about sending our young men and women into harm's way. They think nothing of 'spreading democracy' to other less-enlightened countries by spending our national wealth in terms of dollars and lives. We send billions of dollars each year to foreign dictators knowing all the time that none of that money actually goes to the people in need. We blithely send cruise missiles and drones to obliterate houses and towns on the off-chance we might actually kill a terrorist or two. If we kill a few women and children in the process, we ask, 'So what?' We call it 'collateral damage' and go on our way. That latest episode of 'Survivor' beckons! I might fall behind in my Facebook game so let me get to it. Meanwhile, our brave soldiers are on the ground all over the world, sent there basically to serve as targets for those who hate us. And when those brave young men and women come back with missing arms and legs or mental issues, the same politicians who sent them turn their cowardly heads and ignore them.
Libertarians, in general, are not 'isolationists' as some Republicans like to call them. Instead, most of us try to rely on the Constitution which limits the federal government to protecting our borders and our security and very few other things. We tend to be 'non-interventionist' unless our national security is directly threatened. When it is, watch out! The United States is the most powerful nation on earth and can and should use its might to defend our own country and our allies. We should use our military might then, and only then. We should not, and cannot, be the policemen of the world.
Libertarians are also wrong on some issues - like abortion - in my opinion. Democrats, who tend to be more 'liberal', support abortion and by so doing pander to women. Republicans, who are only slightly more 'conservative' than Democrats, generally oppose abortion and by so doing pander to the religious right. Libertarians are all over the board on abortion but tend to believe it is an issue that should be decided by each state. I don't know about your state government, but mine is run by idiots and I have no faith in them to make a sensible decision. Personally, I oppose abortion because it flies in the face of that libertarian principle of 'do no harm'. I personally believe abortion is murder. The same people who pass laws making suicide illegal or who oppose the death penalty, blindly support a woman's 'right to choose'. I have a different take on it. A murderer makes a choice to harm another and, when properly convicted by a jury of his peers, deserves the death penalty. Likewise, suicide is a personal choice. I personally believe it is a sin but only God can judge. Who am I to say that a person suffering intractable pain from cancer is wrong to end his suffering early? In the case of abortion, I say let the baby decide. If the baby says, "It's okay with me", then go ahead and have the abortion. Without that explicit permission, you are doing harm to another where you have no right to do so. This is one area libertarians and I diverge.
So, folks, how about we just try to live our lives and stop worrying about what other people are doing? Your sins are no better or worse than my sins. They are just different sins. And, ultimately, whether you choose to believe it or not, God will have the final say. And that is my take on things - whether you want to label me 'libertarian' or something else.


Posted by David Price at 5:30 AM

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The following is a Facebook post from John-Pierre (J-P) Hannam on his father's 63rd birthday, It meant a lot to him.

Today is my Dad's birthday. Also today one of my buddies made me aware that they've re-released Crystal Pepsi. Remember that stuff? It wasn't around for long. Maybe 1993. It's strange, the associations you make with people, places, and things. To me, Crystal Pepsi will always remind me of the time I went with my Dad to Ft. Meade for one of those "bring your kids to work" day things. I remember he bought me one because I thought it looked cool. It may be the only time I've had one, but I've checked a couple places today looking for it, mostly for the memory. It was a good day. He's probably shaking his head thinking, "how random!" But the random things sometimes are the best...

I went fishing last weekend for the first time in maybe 15 years. Didn't catch a damn thing, which seems familiar too! But I will never in my life be able to go fishing and not think of my Dad, and my brother. Those are some of my best memories. I'll never drink a Slurpee, pass by a Dunkin' Donuts, or watch a baseball game without thinking of him. He and Mom raised us right, raised us well, and gave us the tools to be the men we are today. I hope we've made them proud. I think we have!

My search for Crystal Pepsi will continue so I can bring him one! Even though, another lesson he taught me when I was young is that Coke is far superior. If we are disappointed, at least we can share it together in all of it's transparent glory.

Happy Birthday, Dad! I love you!

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Medical Notes: Mitral valve prolapse, depression, anxiety attacks, prostate cancer, left bundle branch block (LBBB), emphysema

Noted events in his life were:

• Lived in: Abt Aug 1953-Nov 1953, __Tohickon Avenue, Quakertown, Bucks, Pennsylvania. 7

• Baptism: 20 Oct 1953, Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, Quakertown, Bucks, Pennyslvania. Baptised by Harold E. Artz, Pastor
Sponsors: Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Kline

• Lived in: Abt Nov 1953-1956, 101 South Avenue (Over Hannam's Sundry Shop), Bridgeton, Cumberland, New Jersey. 8

• Lived in: 1956-1968, 95 South Avenue, Bridgeton, Cumberland, New Jersey. 8

• Lived in: Jun 1968-Aug 1973, Springtown (RD1, Riegelsville), Bucks, Pennsylvania. 8

• Lived in: Aug 1973-18 Nov 1974, 435 Liberty Street, Allentown, Lehigh, Pennsylvania. 8

• Lived in: 18 Nov 1974-6 Jan 1975, Basic training dormitory, Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Bexar, Texas. 8

• Lived in: Jan 1975-May 1975, Aurora, , Colorado. 8 Apartment

• Lived in: Jun 1975-Oct 1975, San Antonio, Bexar, Texas. 8 Apartment
Approximate dates

• Lived in: 1975-1976, Universal City, Bexar, Texas. 8 Apartment
Approximate dates

• Lived in: 1976-1977, 1026 East Drexel Avenue, San Antonio, Bexar, Texas 78210. 8 Approximate dates

• Lived in: 1977-1979, 915 Lamanda Blvd, San Antonio, Bexar, Texas. 8

• Lived in: Between Jul 1979 and May 1980, 335 Fielden, Texarkana, , Texas 75501. 8

• Lived in: 1980-1981, 8805 Hawthorne Lane #203, Laurel, MD 20811. 8

• Lived in: 1981-1984, 283 Shore Drive/1025 Shoreview Circle, Crownsville, MD 21032. 8

• Lived in: 1 Feb 1984-22 Jul 1985, 501 Montrose Avenue, Laurel, Prince George's, Maryland. 8

• Military: 19 Nov 1974-19 Aug 1977. 8 U.S. Air Force (Still Photographic Specialist)

• Hobbies: 2008, Laurel, Prince George's, MD. 8 Self-published author (www.lulu.com), of children's story entitled "Uncle Jake's Hat".

• Author: 2009. Uncle Jake's Hat by John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr.

• Occupation: After 3 Jan 2009, Laurel, Prince George's, Maryland. 8 Retired

• Medical: 1967, Bridgeton, Cumberland, New Jersey. 8 Left hip surgery - pin inserted

• Medical: 17 Oct 1996, Laurel Regional Hospital (GLBH), Laurel, Prince George's, Maryland. 8 Gall bladder removed (Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy)

• Medical: 15 Mar 2010, Laurel, Prince George's, Maryland. Diagnosed with prostate cancer

• Medical: 13 Jul 2010, Doctor's Hospital, Lanham, Prince George's, Maryland. Prostate cancer treatment: Focal cryoablation (right side only)

• Medical: 4 Jun 2012, Laurel, Prince George's, Maryland. Diagnosed with metastatic prostate cancer - cancer evident in spine, pelvis, and right femur. Quarterly hormone therapy (androgen reduction) with Lupron started on 8 June 2012. At the same time, started monthly infusions of Zometa to minimize bone loss.

• Graduated: 6 Jun 1971, Palisades High School, Kintnersville, Bucks, Pennsylvania.

• Graduated: 1974, Northampton County Area Community College (NCACC), Butztown, , Pennsylvaniaa. Associate in Applied Science (AAS)

• Graduated: 1979, University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA), San Antonio, Bexar, Texas. Bachelor of Arts (BA)

• Religion: Christian - Nondenominational (raised Methodist)

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  John-Pierre Marcel Hannam Jr. 1 was born on 23 Jul 1985 in Holy Cross Hospital, Silver Spring, Montgomery, Maryland.1 Another name for John-Pierre is J-P Hannam.1

         ii.  Phillip Matthew Hannam 1 was born on 23 Apr 1987 in Holy Cross Hospital, Silver Spring, Montgomery, Maryland.1 Another name for Phillip is Phil Hannam.



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2. Bernard Gregory Bacinski,2 son of Joseph Bernard Bacinski 2 and Julia Anna Novak,2 was born on 5 Sep 1929 in Baltimore, Baltimore City, Maryland,2 was baptized in Holy Rosary Church, Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland, died on 26 Dec 1992 in Cockeysville, Baltimore, Maryland at age 63, and was buried on 29 Dec 1992 in St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church, Texas, Baltimore, Maryland.9 The cause of his death was massive heart attack in the bathroom of his home. Another name for Bernard was Bernie Bacinski.

General Notes:

[Source: SSDI Search Results @ Ancestry.com]

BERNARD BACINSKI
Residence: 21030 Cockeysville, Baltimore, MD
Born 5 Sep 1929
Died Dec 1992
Issued: MD (Before 1951)

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[Source: Bernard Gregory Bacinski, Sr., and/or Elaine Paska-Bacinski in conversation with John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr., prior to 25 December 1992]

Bernard Gregory Bacinski was baptized in Holy Rosary Church in Baltimore, MD.

Elaine Mary Paska and Bernard Gregory Bacinski were married in St. Elizabeth's Church in Baltimore, Maryland, on 27 September 1952.

They had four children:
Paula Mary Bacinski
Mary Beth Bacinski
Bernard Gregory Bacinski, Jr.
John Joseph Bacinski

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[Source: http://www.msa.md.gov/msa/refserv/quickref/html/mdguard.html, 9 March 2009]

Maryland State Archives
MILITARY DEPARTMENT
(Service Records, Maryland National Guard, Index)
1888-1933
MSA S 1499]

BACINSKI BERNARD GREGORY. Bates No.: 60040. Box No.: 262. MSA S1499-2131 Location: 0/6/5/47

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[Source: The Baltimore Sun, Baltimore, Maryland, 30 December 1992]

OBITUARIES
December 30, 1992
Bernard G. Bacinski
USF&G executive

Bernard Gregory Bacinski, a retired assistant secretary for the United States Fidelity & Guaranty Co., died Saturday of a heart attack at his home in Cockeysville.

Mr. Bacinski, who was 63, was born and reared in Baltimore. He graduated from Patterson High School in 1947 and began working for USF&G. He earned a law degree in 1952 from the University of Baltimore and was admitted to the Maryland Bar Association the next year.

He joined the National Guard in 1948 and served for six years.

He received his Chartered Property Casualty Underwriters (CPCU) designation in June 1969 and was an active member of the Baltimore Chapter of the executive insurance association.

Mr. Bacinski became the manager of USF&G's Fire and Marine Claim Division in October 1973. He was named assistant secretary in May of 1974 and held that post until he retired last year.

A Mass of Christian burial was offered yesterday at St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church in the Texas area of Baltimore County.

He is survived by his wife of 40 years, the former Elaine Paska of Cockeysville; two daughters, Paula Hannam of Laurel and Mary Beth Gattuso of Edgerton, Wis.; two sons, B. Gregory Bacinski Jr. of Reisterstown and John Bacinski of Hampstead; and seven grandchildren.

The family suggests memorial contributions to the Autism Society of America Inc., 8601 Georgia Ave., Suite 503, Silver Spring 20910.

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[Obituary, source unknown, date about 27 December 1992]

BACINSKI, Bernard Sr. On December 26, 1992, BERNARD GREGORY BACINSKI Sr. of Cockeysville, beloved husband of Elaine M. Bacinski (nee Paska) and devoted father of Paula Hannam of Laurel, MD, Mary Beth Gattuso of Edgerton, WI, Bernard Gregory Jr. of Reisterstown, and John Joseph Bacinski of Hampstead. MD. Dear brother of the late Carl J. Bacinski. Also survived by six grandsons and one granddaughter.
The family will receive friends in the Dulaney Valley Home of Lemmon-Mitchell-Wiedefeld Inc, 10 W. Padonia Rd. (at York Rd.), Timonium-Cockeysville on Sunday and Monday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated in St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Texas, on Tuesday, December 29 at 10 A.M. Interment in Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers, expressions of sympathy may be made in Mr. Bacinski's name to: The Autism Society of America Inc., 8601 Georgia Ave., Suite 503, Silver Spring, MD, 20910.

Medical Notes: Bernard had previous heart problems (silent heart attack) and had surgery for blocked carrotid arteries in his neck a year or so prior to his death.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Attorney, USF&G

• Graduated: 1947, Patterson High School, Baltimore, Maryland.

• Graduated: 1952, University of Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland. Law degree

• Occupation: May 1974-1991, United States Fidelity & Guaranty Co. (USF&G), Baltimore, Maryland. Assistant Secretary until his retirement

• Military: 1948, Maryland. 10 Maryland National Guard (approximately 1948 - 1954)

Bernard married Elaine Mary Paska 3 on 27 Sep 1952 in St. Elizabeth's Church, Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland. Elaine was born on 24 May 1930 in Baltimore, Baltimore City, Maryland.3 Another name for Elaine is Elaine Bacinski.

Children from this marriage were:

1         i.  Paula Mary Bacinski 1 (born on 5 Dec 1955 in Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland)

         ii.  Mary Beth Bacinski was born on 1 May 1959 in Baltimore, Baltimore City, Maryland. Another name for Mary is Beth Gattuso.

        iii.  Bernard Gregory Bacinski Jr. was born on 17 Aug 1960 in Baltimore, Baltimore City, Maryland. Another name for Bernard is Greg Bacinski.

         iv.  John Joseph Bacinski was born on 5 Oct 1963 in Baltimore, Baltimore City, Maryland.




3. Elaine Mary Paska,3 daughter of John Paul Paska 3 and Agnes Helen Szymanski,3 was born on 24 May 1930 in Baltimore, Baltimore City, Maryland.3 Another name for Elaine is Elaine Bacinski.

Noted events in her life were:

• Occupation: Bus driver

• Medical: Jan 2007, Maryland. 11 Replacement knee surgery (left knee)

• Comment: 12 Elaine Bacinski - devoted and loving mother and grandmother

• Medical: 9 Dec 2016, Cockeysville, Baltimore, Maryland. According to her son, Greg, Elaine had a 'minor stroke' in the morning. She had called him because she couldn't get out of bed. She spent the day at Greater Baltimore Medical Center (GBMC) undergoing a battery of tests which confirmed this information.

Elaine married Bernard Gregory Bacinski 2 on 27 Sep 1952 in St. Elizabeth's Church, Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland. Bernard was born on 5 Sep 1929 in Baltimore, Baltimore City, Maryland,2 was baptized in Holy Rosary Church, Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland, died on 26 Dec 1992 in Cockeysville, Baltimore, Maryland at age 63, and was buried on 29 Dec 1992 in St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church, Texas, Baltimore, Maryland.9 The cause of his death was massive heart attack in the bathroom of his home. Another name for Bernard was Bernie Bacinski.

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4. Joseph Bernard Bacinski,2 son of Stanley Bacinski and Anna \\, was born on 4 Jul 1892 in Czehova, Poland,2 died on 10 Aug 1934 in Patterson Park, Baltimore, Baltimore City, Maryland13 at age 42, and was buried after 10 Aug 1934 in Saint Stanislaus Cemetery, Baltimore City, Baltimore, Maryland.14 The cause of his death was heart attack.2 Other names for Joseph were Jozef Wasinski and Jozef Wisinski.15

General Notes:

[Source: Bernard Gregory Bacinski and/or Elaine Paska-Bacinski in conversation with John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr., prior to December 1992]

Joseph Bernard Bacinski had been married before and widowed. He and his first wife (name unknown) had a son named Stanley. Joseph later married Julia Novak with whom he had two sons, Bernard Gregory and Carl Joseph Bacinski. He died in his early 40s, of a heart attack, while walking in the park.

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[Source: WWI Draft Registration Cards, 1917-18, http://www.ancestry.com]

A "Joseph Bachinski" of Baltimore, Maryland who gave his date of birth as 4 July 1891, said he was born in Russia and a citizen of Russia, registered for the WWI draft on 5 June 1917. He gave his eye color as brown and his hair color as black and listed his occupation as 'carpet-maker (this was possibly cabinet-maker). This is probably the Joseph Bacinski who was the father of Carl and Bernard Bacinski. The birth date and place of origin differs from the information given to John-Pierre M. Hannam by Bernard Gregory Bacinski and/or Elaine Paska Bacinski who said he was born on 4 July 1892 in Poland. Also, on the 1930 US Census (9 April 1930) he (or his wife) gave his place of birth as Poland and his age as 38 (this would be correct if he was born on 4 July 1891 especially since he gave his age as 26 on 5 June 1917). He signed it as "Josep Bacinski" or "Josep Bacinsky"
-- John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr., 25 January 2004

NOTE: The disparities in place of origin are easy to understand since Poland had been partitioned and under the control of Russia, Prussia and Austria since 1795 and did not regain its independence until 1918. So, while Joseph Bacinski was probably born in the area we now know as Poland, the government of that portion of the country was apparently Russian at the time.
-- John-Pierre M, Hannam, Sr., 5 October 2010

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[Source: Dianne Pons, Mocava, http://www.mocavo.com, accessed 20 August 2011, Findagrave.com]

Joseph Bacinski

Birth: Jul. 4, 1892
Death: Aug. 10, 1934
Family links: Spouse: Julia Bacinski (1893 - 1971)

Burial: Saint Stanislaus Cemetery Baltimore Baltimore City Maryland, USA
Created by: dianne p. Record added: Sep 09, 2010 Find A Grave Memorial# 58421203

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[Source: New York, Passenger Lists, 1820-1957]

On the ship's register for the Konigen Luise that left Bremen, Germany on 23 November 1912 and arrived in New York on 6 December 1912, Josef Wasinski, age 20, and a second Wasinski, possibly Peter, age 28, said they were bound for Baltimore and it also looked as if they were going to stay with someone, possibly named Wasinki, at 124 S. Caroline Street in Baltimore. Jozef and whoever was accompanying him said they were from Russia. It also appears that their father was still alive as 23 November 1912. The handwriting is very difficult to read, unfortunately.

-- John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr., 4 March 2013

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U.S., Naturalization Records - Original Documents, 1795-1972 (World Archives Project)

Name: Joseph Bacinski [Jozef Wisinski]
Age: 38
Birth Date: 4 Jul 1892
Birth Location: Creladz, Poland
Spouse: Julia
Children: Stanislaus; Carrol; Bernard
Arrival Year: 1912
Issue Date:12 Dec 1930
State: Maryland
Locality, Court: District of Maryland, District Court
Record Type: Petition for Naturalization

Source Information:
Ancestry.com. U.S., Naturalization Records - Original Documents, 1795-1972 (World Archives Project) [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2010. This collection was indexed by Ancestry World Archives Project contributors in partnership with the following organizations:
California State Genealogical Alliance
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Jewish Genealogical Society of Los Angeles
Root Cellar: Sacramento Genealogical Society
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South Orange County Genealogical Society
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St. Mary's County Genealogical Society, Inc.
Original data:
Naturalization Records of the U.S. District Courts for the State of Alaska, 1900-1924. NARA Microfilm Publication M1539, 5 rolls. Records of District Courts of the United States, Record Group 21. National Archives, Washington, D.C.
Naturalization Records for the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Washington, 1890-1972. NARA Microfilm Publication M1541, 40 rolls. Records of District Courts of the United States, Record Group 21. National Archives, Washington, D.C.
Naturalization Records for the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington, 1890-1957. NARA Microfilm Publication M1542, 153 rolls. Records of District Courts of the United States, Record Group 21. National Archives, Washington, D.C.
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This database contains images of original U.S. naturalization records (primarily Declarations and Petitions) from U.S. District and Circuit courts.

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[Source: U.S. Naturalization Records Indexes, 1794-1995]

A Joseph Bacinski, age 38, living at 110 North Kenwood, Baltimore, MD was naturalized on 25 May 1931 in the US District Court in Baltimore, Maryland, Petition Number 12158, No. 3452209.

NOTE: This conflicts with information from the 1930 Census in which he is said to have been naturalized in Pennsylvania.
-- John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr., 3 March 2013

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Medical Notes: Died of a heart attack while walking in Patterson Park in Baltimore, MD

Noted events in his life were:

• Naturalized: 16 Pennsylvania

• Immigrated: 6 Dec 1912, New York, New York. Emigrated from his home in Creladz, Poland through Bremen, Germany on the Konigen Luise

• Comment 1: 9 Apr 1930. 16 Owned his house (valued at $4200)

• Occupation: 9 Apr 1930. 16 Cabinet Maker at mill works

• Residence: 9 Apr 1930, Kenwood Avenue, Sixth Ward, Bltimore City, Maryland. 17 Home value: $4200
Owned
No radio

• Alt. Death: 8 Aug 1933, Patterson Park, Baltimore, Baltimore City, Maryland. 2

• Alt. Death: 1934. 18

Joseph married \\.2 \\ was born in Lithuania16 and died before 1927.18

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Comment 1: Bef 5 Jun 1917. If the "Joseph Bachinski" who registered for the draft on 5 June 1917 who mentioned a wife is our man, he would have been married prior to 5 June 1917.

The child from this marriage was:

          i.  Stanislaus Bacinski 15 was born on 11 Jun 1919 in Maryland15,17 and died on 7 Sep 1933 in Baltimore, Baltimore City, Maryland18 at age 14. The cause of his death was Possibly pneumonia.19 Another name for Stanislaus was Stanley Bacinski.

Joseph next married Julia Anna Novak 2 on 10 Aug 1927 in Baltimore, Baltimore City, Maryland.15 Julia was born on 23 Sep 1893 in Baltimore, Baltimore City, Maryland,15 died on 25 May 1971 in Baltimore, Baltimore City, Maryland13 at age 77, and was buried after 25 May 1971 in Saint Stanislaus Cemetery, Baltimore City, Baltimore, Maryland.14 The cause of her death was heart attack.2

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Alt. Marriage: Abt 1927. 2

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Carroll Bacinski 15,16 was born on 12 May 1928,20 died on 2 Jan 1980 in Dundalk, Baltimore, Maryland2 at age 51, and was buried after 2 Jan 1980 in Gardens of Faith Cemetery, Rosedale, Baltimore, Maryland.21 The cause of his death was heart attack.2 Another name for Carroll was Carl Joseph Bacinski.2

2        ii.  Bernard Gregory Bacinski 2 (born on 5 Sep 1929 in Baltimore, Baltimore City, Maryland - died on 26 Dec 1992 in Cockeysville, Baltimore, Maryland)




5. Julia Anna Novak,2 daughter of Martin Nowak 21 and Annie \\, was born on 23 Sep 1893 in Baltimore, Baltimore City, Maryland,15 died on 25 May 1971 in Baltimore, Baltimore City, Maryland13 at age 77, and was buried after 25 May 1971 in Saint Stanislaus Cemetery, Baltimore City, Baltimore, Maryland.14 The cause of her death was heart attack.2

General Notes:

[Source: Brψderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1, Ed. 4, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Social Security Death Index, Surnames from A through L, Date of Import: Mar 26, 1997, Internal Ref. #1.111.4.12326.175]

Individual: Bacinski, Julia
Birth date: Sep 24, 1893
Death date: May 1971
Last residence: MD 21224
State of issue: MD
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[Source: SSDI Search Results Top Things to Do @ Ancestry.com]

JULIA BACINSKI
Residence: 21224 Baltimore, Baltimore City, MD
Born 24 Sep 1893
Last Benefit:
Died May 1971
Issued: MD (Before 1951)

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[Familysearch.org, Individual Record]

Julia BACINSKI
Birth Date: 24 Sep 1893
Death Date: May 1971
State or Territory Where Number Was Issued: Maryland Death Residence Localities ZIP Code: 21224
Localities: Baltimore, Baltimore (City), Maryland
Canton, Baltimore (City), Maryland
Colgate, Baltimore (City), Maryland
Eastpoint, Baltimore (City), Maryland
Eastwood, Baltimore (City), Maryland
Highlandtown, Baltimore (City), Maryland

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[Source:findagrave.com]

Julia Novak Bacinski

Birth: Sep. 24, 1893
Death: May 25, 1971

Bacinski-- On May 25th, 1971, JULIA B. (nee Novak), beloved wife of the late Joseph Bacinski, mother of Messrs. Carl J. and Bernerd G. Bacinski. Sister of Mrs. Rose Calligan and Sister M. Pearl F.S.S.J. She is also survived by 5 grandchildren. The family will receive friends at the John Moran Funeral Home, 3000 E. Baltimore Street. Requiem Mass at St. Elizabeth's Church. Interment in St. Stanislaus Cemetery. Baltimore Sun, 5/26/1971

Family links: Spouse: Joseph Bacinski (1892 - 1934) *

Burial: Saint Stanislaus Cemetery Baltimore Baltimore City Maryland, USA
Created by: dianne p. Record added: Sep 09, 2010 Find A Grave Memorial# 58421238

Medical Notes: Not sure of death date

Noted events in her life were:

• Lived in: 110 Kenmore Street, Baltimore, Baltimore City, Maryland.

• Alt. Birth: 23 Sep 1893. 20

• Alt. Birth: 24 Sep 1893. 13,22

• Occupation: 26 Apr 1910. 23 Factory stripper

• Alt. Death: 23 May 1971, Baltimore, Baltimore City, Maryland. 2

Julia married Joseph Bernard Bacinski 2 on 10 Aug 1927 in Baltimore, Baltimore City, Maryland.15 Joseph was born on 4 Jul 1892 in Czehova, Poland,2 died on 10 Aug 1934 in Patterson Park, Baltimore, Baltimore City, Maryland13 at age 42, and was buried after 10 Aug 1934 in Saint Stanislaus Cemetery, Baltimore City, Baltimore, Maryland.14 The cause of his death was heart attack.2 Other names for Joseph were Jozef Wasinski and Jozef Wisinski.15


6. John Paul Paska,3 son of \\ Paska and \\, was born on 16 May 1892 in Krakow, Poland, died on 16 Sep 1964 in Baltimore, Baltimore City, Maryland24 at age 72, and was buried in Holy Rosary Cemetery, Dundalk, Baltimore, Maryland. The cause of his death was emphysema.

General Notes:

[Source: Brψderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 2, Ed. 4, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Social Security Death Index, Surnames from M through Z, Date of Import: Apr 1, 1997, Internal Ref. #1.112.4.38858.92]

Individual: Paska, John
Birth date: May 16, 1892
Death date: Sep 1964
Last residence: MD
State of issue: MD

According to Elaine Bacinski, 1 September 1997, John Paul Paska was unwilling to speak about his childhood. She thought he may have been "hiding from something".

Also, according to Elaine Bacinski, John Paul Paska came to America without his parents even though they were living at the time. He lived for a time with a Lithuanian family, Sisalak, who had two children, Helen and Steve. [confirmed below in 1920 census]

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[Source: 1920 Census, 18th (or 78th) Street, South Side, Baltimore, MD, 7 January 1920]

'John Pasko', age 28, was living (boarder) with John Sisulak (age 49) and his wife, Anna Maria (age 43) and their two children, Helen (age 19) and Stephen (age 17). He stated he was a 'heater' in a tin mill. He also stated that his parents were from Poland-Russia and both spoke Polish-Russian. He also stated that he could both read and write English. John Sisulak also listed his occupation as 'heater' in a tin mill.

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[Source: 1940 Census, Baltimore City, MD, 11 April 1940)

John P. Paska, a 44-year naturalized Polish man, was living in a household with his Maryland-born wife, Agnes H. Paska, age 44 and their daughter, Elaine M. Paska, age 9. John Paska's occupation ($1300 annual income) was listed as 'ruffer' in a steel mill. Rose Zymanski, his mother-in-law, and 'Syman Catherine Zymanski', his sister-in-law, age 35, were living in the same household. Rose was a 78-year-old naturalized Polish widow. 'Cathrine' was a 35-year-old single woman whose occupation ($600 annual income) was listed as 'checker' at a hotel.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Birth: Abt 1896. 16 Poland

• Alt. Birth: 16 May 1893, Poland. 25

• Comment 1: 9 Apr 1930. 16 Stated value of home was $6500 (did not own a radio)

• Comment 2: 16 On the 1930 U.S. Census, he (or his wife) stated that he spoke Polish in his parents' home

• Fact 1: 3 Came to America at age 14

• Fact 2: 3 Considered himself Russian

• Fact 3: 3 Did not come to Ellis Island -- came straight to Baltimore

• Immigrated: 1907. 16 Poland

• Occupation: 9 Apr 1930. 16 Heater?, Steel Mill

• Occupation: 1940, Steel mill, , , Maryland. 26 "Ruffer" in steel mill. This is probably a misspelling of the occupation, rougher.

• Occupation: 1942, Rustless Standard Steel, Edison Highway & Bidde Street, Baltimore, , Maryland. 25

• Lived in: 1942, 402 S. ____Wall (Cornwall?) Street, Baltimore, , MD. 25

• Naturalized: 29 Dec 1919, Baltimore, Baltimore City, Maryland. Listed as age 28 and a subject (not a citizen) of Russia.

John married Agnes Helen Szymanski 3 about 1927 in Baltimore, Baltimore City, Maryland.27 Agnes was born on 6 Apr 1894 in Baltimore, Baltimore City, Maryland,28 died on 20 Nov 1991 in Timonium, Maryland at age 97, and was buried in Holy Rosary Cemetery, Dundalk, Baltimore, Maryland.2 The cause of her death was old age, heart failure. Another name for Agnes was Agnes Paska.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Marriage: Bef 4 Apr 1930. 29

• Comment: Abt 1927, Niagara Falls, Niagara, New York. Honeymoon

• Lived in: 1930, 402 South Cornwall Street, Baltimore City, Baltimore, Maryland.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  \\ Paska 3 was born in Apr 1928 in Baltimore, Baltimore City, Maryland3 and died about Apr 1928.3

3        ii.  Elaine Mary Paska 3 (born on 24 May 1930 in Baltimore, Baltimore City, Maryland)




7. Agnes Helen Szymanski,3 daughter of Albert Szymanski 3 and Rosalie Kazmierak,3 was born on 6 Apr 1894 in Baltimore, Baltimore City, Maryland,28 died on 20 Nov 1991 in Timonium, Maryland at age 97, and was buried in Holy Rosary Cemetery, Dundalk, Baltimore, Maryland.2 The cause of her death was old age, heart failure. Another name for Agnes was Agnes Paska.

General Notes:

[Source: Ancestry.com]

Name: AGNES H PASKA
Born: 6 Apr 1894
Last Benefit:
Died: Nov 1991
State (Year) SSN issued: MD (1973 )

Medical Notes: Agnes had been blind (or nearly blind) for many years

Noted events in her life were:

• Occupation: 9 Jan 1920. 30 Cigar Maker

• Lived in: Cornwall Street, Baltimore, Baltimore City, Maryland. Lived in this house with her sister, Katherine, until they moved to a retirement home shortly before their deaths. Prior to that, Agnes and Katherine lived there with Agnes's husband, John Paska and, for a period of time, with their mother, Rosalie Kazmierak, until her death about 1943.

Agnes married John Paul Paska 3 about 1927 in Baltimore, Baltimore City, Maryland.27 John was born on 16 May 1892 in Krakow, Poland, died on 16 Sep 1964 in Baltimore, Baltimore City, Maryland24 at age 72, and was buried in Holy Rosary Cemetery, Dundalk, Baltimore, Maryland. The cause of his death was emphysema.

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8. Stanley Bacinski was born in Poland17 and died after 23 Nov 1912.

Stanley married Anna \\. Anna was born in Poland.17

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Mary Bacinski

         ii.  Stephen Bacinski

        iii.  \\ Bacinski 18 died between Oct 1934 and Oct 1935.18

4        iv.  Joseph Bernard Bacinski 2 (born on 4 Jul 1892 in Czehova, Poland - died on 10 Aug 1934 in Patterson Park, Baltimore, Baltimore City, Maryland)


9. Anna \\ was born in Poland.17

Anna married Stanley Bacinski. Stanley was born in Poland17 and died after 23 Nov 1912.


10. Martin Nowak,21 son of \\ Nowak and \\, was born on 12 Nov 1865 in Germany,16,21 died on 31 Jul 193921 at age 73, and was buried after 31 Jul 1939 in Saint Stanislaus Cemetery, Baltimore City, Baltimore, Maryland.21 Another name for Martin was Martin Novak.2

General Notes:

[Source: Elaine Paska Bacinski, 25 January 2004]

Elaine believes that Otto was the oldest child but she thinks he may have been the son of Emma's first marriage (if Emma is Martin's first wife). Elaine also believes Martin married a second time and the second wife might have been named Emma. Very confusing ...
-- John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr., 25 January 2004.

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[Source: 1900 Census]

NOTE: The dates and ages given here do not comport with other information (e.g. Findagrave tombstone and other census information) but this is definitely the correct family based on the names of children. There may have been a language barrier or the person answering the questions (perhaps one of the older children) did not know the correct dates of birth.
-- John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr., 17 July 2017

Martin Novak

in the 1900 United States Federal Census

Name: Martin Novak
Age: 38
Birth Date: Aug 1861
Birthplace: Poland, Germany
Home in 1900: Baltimore Ward 5, Baltimore City (Independent City), Maryland
Ward of City: 5th
Street: S Bond St
House Number: 723
Sheet Number: 12B
Number of Dwelling in Order of Visitation: 171
Family Number: 265
Race: White
Gender: Male
Immigration Year: 1883
Relation to Head of House: Head
Marital Status: Married
Spouse's Name: Anni Novak
Marriage Year: 1882
Years Married: 18
Father's Birthplace: Poland, Germany
Mother's Birthplace: Poland, Germany
Years in US: 17
Naturalization: Na
Occupation: Stevedore
Months not employed: 2
Can Read: Yes
Can Write: Yes
Can Speak English: Yes
House Owned or Rented: R
Farm or House: H
Household Members:
Name Age
Martin Novak 38
Anni Novak 36
Otto Novak 20
Michael Novak 12
Eva Novak 10
Mary Novak 10
Julia Novak 8
John Novak 3

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[Source: 1920 Census]

Martin Nowak, age 55, lived with his wife Katie, age 45, and daughter Julia, age 6, at 1805 East Alahambra Street in Baltimore, MD. There may have been another family named Kaylor living with them as well. Martin said he was a laborer in a dress factory. The house was mortgaged. Martin said he emigrated in 1881.

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 1: 3 Possibly married three times

• Fact 2: 3 Possibly, Otto was the child of a marriage prior to Emma or he may have been the child of one of Martin's wives but not of Martin

• Alt. Birth: Aug 1861, Poland (Germany). 31

• Immigrated: 1883. 31 Immigrated with wife and son (step-son?) Otto

• Occupation: 7 Jun 1900, Maryland. 31 Stevedore

• Residence: 7 Jun 1900, Baltimore City, Baltimore, Maryland. 31 723 South Bond Street, 5th Ward
Rented

Martin married \\.32 \\ was born in Austria.32

The child from this marriage was:

          i.  Otto J. Novak 2 (Relationship to Father: Unknown, Relationship to Mother: Unknown ) was born about 1881 in Germany,16 died in 1959 in Maryland21 about age 78, and was buried in 1959 in Most Holy Redeemer Cemetery, Baltimore City, Baltimore, Maryland.21 Another name for Otto was Otto Nowak.

Martin next married Annie \\ about 1882.31 Annie was born on 1 Apr 1865 in Germany,21 died on 11 Oct 191121 at age 46, and was buried after 11 Oct 1911 in Saint Stanislaus Cemetery, Baltimore City, Baltimore, Maryland.21 Other names for Annie were Emma \\,2 and21 Annie Novak.31

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Michael Novak 2,31 was born in Aug 1887 in Maryland.31

         ii.  Eva Nowak 21 was born on 9 Sep 1891,21 died on 13 Apr 190821 at age 16, and was buried after 13 Apr 1908 in Saint Stanislaus Cemetery, Baltimore City, Baltimore, Maryland.21 Another name for Eva was Emma Novak.2

        iii.  Sister Mary Pearl Novak F.S.S.J. 2 was born on 9 Sep 1891, died on 27 Feb 1975 in Hamburg, New York1 at age 83, and was buried on 1 Mar 1975 in Saint Stanislaus Roman Catholic Cemetery, Cheektowaga, Erie, New York. Another name for Mary was Mary Nowak.

5        iv.  Julia Anna Novak 2 (born on 23 Sep 1893 in Baltimore, Baltimore City, Maryland - died on 25 May 1971 in Baltimore, Baltimore City, Maryland)

          v.  John Novak 2 was born about 1898 in Maryland and died between 1960 and 1970.2

         vi.  Rose Novak 2 was born about 1901 in Maryland and died after 25 May 1971.

        vii.  \\ Nowak 31 died before 7 Jun 1900.31

       viii.  \\ Nowak 31 died before 7 Jun 1900.31

Martin next married Katie \\ between 11 Oct 1911 and 13 Jan 1920. Katie was born about 1875 in Ireland and died after 13 Jan 1920.

General Notes:

This woman was almost definitely married to another Martin Nowak based on the daughter named Julia who was born much later than Paula Hannam's grandmother, Julia. I need to check further into this.
-- John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr., 17 July 2017




11. Annie \\ was born on 1 Apr 1865 in Germany,21 died on 11 Oct 191121 at age 46, and was buried after 11 Oct 1911 in Saint Stanislaus Cemetery, Baltimore City, Baltimore, Maryland.21 Other names for Annie were Emma \\,2 and21 Annie Novak.31

General Notes:

According to the 1900 Census, Annie was the mother of 8 children (as of 7 June 1900) of whom only 6 were living.

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Birth: May 1864, Poland (Germany). 31

Annie married Martin Nowak 21 about 1882.31 Martin was born on 12 Nov 1865 in Germany,16,21 died on 31 Jul 193921 at age 73, and was buried after 31 Jul 1939 in Saint Stanislaus Cemetery, Baltimore City, Baltimore, Maryland.21 Another name for Martin was Martin Novak.2

Annie married someone \\ 19 before 1880.33 \\ was born in Germany.16


12. \\ Paska was born in Poland.16

\\ married \\. \\ was born in Poland.16

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  \\ Paska 34

6        ii.  John Paul Paska 3 (born on 16 May 1892 in Krakow, Poland - died on 16 Sep 1964 in Baltimore, Baltimore City, Maryland)


13. \\ was born in Poland.16

\\ married \\ Paska. \\ was born in Poland.16


14. Albert Szymanski 3 was born in 1859, died on 29 Mar 1906 at age 47, and was buried in Holy Rosary Cemetery, Dundalk, Baltimore, Maryland. Another name for Albert was Wojciech "George" Szymanski.

General Notes:

NOTE: The following information conflicts somewhat with information provided by Elaine Bacinski. In particular, the names do not agree.
-- John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr,, 23 January 2012

[Source: Findagrave.com]

Wojciech "George" Szymanski

Birth: 1859
Death: Mar. 29, 1906
LAT 47 (47 Years Old)
Family links:
Spouse: Rozalia Szymanski (1860 - 1943) *
Children: Maryanna Szymanski Gomolka (1886 - 1949) *
Agnes H. Szymanski Paska (1894 - 1991) *
Raymond Szymanski (1907 - 1930) *

* Reverse Relationships: "This relationship was not directly added to this memorial. Rather, it is calculated based on information added to the related person's memorial. For example: if Joe Public is linked to Jane Public as a spouse, a reciprocal link will automatically be added to Jane Public's memorial.

Burial: Holy Rosary Cemetery Dundalk Baltimore County Maryland, USA
Created by: dianne p. Record added: Sep 07, 2011 Find A Grave Memorial# 76162874

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Birth: Poland. 16,35

Albert married Rosalie Kazmierak.3 Rosalie was born about 1862 in Germany-Poland,30 died on 28 Jun 1943 in Maryland about age 81, and was buried in Holy Rosary Cemetery, Dundalk, Baltimore, Maryland. Other names for Rosalie were Rose Szymanski, Rozalia Szymanski, and Rose Zymanski.36

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Mary Szymanski 3 was born about 1886 in Maryland,16,37 died on 6 Jun 1949 in Baltimore, Baltimore City, Maryland about age 63, and was buried after 6 Jun 1949 in Holy Rosary Cemetery, Dundalk, Baltimore, Maryland. Another name for Mary was Maryanna Gomolka.38

7        ii.  Agnes Helen Szymanski 3 (born on 6 Apr 1894 in Baltimore, Baltimore City, Maryland - died on 20 Nov 1991 in Timonium, Maryland)

        iii.  Katherine Gertrude Szymanski 3 was born on 15 Nov 1897 in Maryland,21 died on 5 Oct 1990 in Maryland21 at age 92, and was buried after 5 Oct 1990 in Holy Rosary Cemetery, Dundalk, Baltimore, Maryland.21 Other names for Katherine were Katherine Seaman,27 Catherine Szymanski, and16 Syman Cathrine Zymanski.36

         iv.  Francis Albert Szymanski 3 was born in 1899,21 died in 197121 at age 72, and was buried in 1971 in Glen Haven Memorial Park, Glen Burnie, Anne Arundel, Maryland.21 Other names for Francis were Frank Szymancki and Frank Szymanski.

          v.  Raymond Szymanski 3 was born in 1905 in Maryland,21 died on 12 Mar 1930 in Maryland at age 25, and was buried on 17 Mar 1930 in Holy Rosary Cemetery, Dundalk, Baltimore, Maryland. The cause of his death was tuberculosis.39




15. Rosalie Kazmierak,3 daughter of \\ Kazmierak and \\, was born about 1862 in Germany-Poland,30 died on 28 Jun 1943 in Maryland about age 81, and was buried in Holy Rosary Cemetery, Dundalk, Baltimore, Maryland. Other names for Rosalie were Rose Szymanski, Rozalia Szymanski, and Rose Zymanski.36

General Notes:

[Source: Baltimore Passenger Lists, 1820 - 1948]

A "Rosalie Kaizmarck or Kaizmarek", age 23, from Prussia, arrived in Baltimore in February 1885 on the ship "Hermann" which sailed from Bremen, Germany. Traveling with her was a male, "Stanislaus Kaizmarck or Kaizmarek" age not given.

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Source: Findagrave.com]

Rozalia Szymanski
Birth: 1860
Death: Jun. 28, 1943

SZYNANSKI-- On June 28, 1943, ROSALIE J., beloved wife of the late Albert (Wojciech) Szymanski. Funeral from her late residence, 402 South Cornwall Street. Requiem Solemn High Mass at Holy Rosary Church. Interment in Holy Rosary Cemetery. Baltimore Sun, 7/1/1943
Family links:
Spouse: Wojciech Szymanski (1859 - 1906)
Children: Maryanna Szymanski Gomolka (1886 - 1949) *
Agnes H. Szymanski Paska (1894 - 1991) *
Raymond Szymanski (1907 - 1930) * *

Burial: Holy Rosary Cemetery Dundalk Baltimore County Maryland, USA
Created by: dianne p. Record added: Sep 07, 2011 Find A Grave Memorial# 76162928

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[Source: 1940 Census, 11 April 1940, Baltimore City, Maryland]

Rosalie (78) and daughter, Catherine (35), were living in the same household as John Paul Paska (44) and Agnes Szymanski (44) and their daughter, Elaine (9). Catherine's occupation was 'checker' at at a hotel. John Paul Paska was listed as a 'ruffer' or something like that at a steel mill. The ages given, however, do not comport with the information I have from other sources.
-- John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr., 23 October 2016

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Birth: Abt 1865. 16 Poland

• Immigrated: 1885. 16 Poland

• Naturalized: 1913. 30 Possibly 1903

• Census: 9 Apr 1930. 16 Lived in household of John P. Paska

• Alt. Birth: 1860.

• Comment 1: 9 Apr 1930. 16 According to census record, her family spoke in Yiddish before coming to the U.S.

Rosalie married Albert Szymanski.3 Albert was born in 1859, died on 29 Mar 1906 at age 47, and was buried in Holy Rosary Cemetery, Dundalk, Baltimore, Maryland. Another name for Albert was Wojciech "George" Szymanski.

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20. \\ Nowak was born in Germany - Poland.

\\ married \\. \\ was born in Germany - Poland.

The child from this marriage was:

10        i.  Martin Nowak 21 (born on 12 Nov 1865 in Germany - died on 31 Jul 1939, buried in Saint Stanislaus Cemetery, Baltimore City, Baltimore, Maryland)


21. \\ was born in Germany - Poland.

\\ married \\ Nowak. \\ was born in Germany - Poland.

30. \\ Kazmierak was born in Poland.16

\\ married \\. \\ was born in Poland.16

The child from this marriage was:

15        i.  Rosalie Kazmierak 3 (born about 1862 in Germany-Poland - died on 28 Jun 1943 in Maryland)


31. \\ was born in Poland.16

\\ married \\ Kazmierak. \\ was born in Poland.16


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