Johann Stanislaw Wilhelm Ratajski or Ratay or Rataj Ratai Johann Stanislaw Wilhelm Ratajski or Ratay or Rataj Ratai  ‎(I21377)‎
Vornamen: Johann Stanislaw Wilhelm
Nachname: Ratai
Spitzname: Ratajski or Ratay or Rataj
   
Einzelheiten verbergen Bemerkung: Johann - Mason. He was a mason, apprenticed at Byszewo Garbow. Written on document of marriage November 9, 1864.
And RataY and RataJSKI - alternate spellings found.



Geschlecht: männlichmännlich
      

Geburt: 2. Mai 1842 39 36 Klein Cosel, Groß Wartenberg
Tod: 29. September 1898 ‎(Alter 56)‎ Hoytdale, Beaver Township, Pennsylvania, USA
Persönliche Fakten und Details
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Johan ‎(John)‎ was the youngest sibling brother. In families the youngest son is sent to train in a profession. While the older brother's ‎(in this case - Carl, Jacob and Robert Philipp take care of a farm or likely followed the trade of the father Michael. In the situation the family went from (butter)‎ farming to zimmermen or carpenters. The records prove this to be true. Johan and his family went to America - with his skill training as a stone mason. See his marriage record. He brought over his family and trained his son Leonard in this trade. Raymond did not do this type of work. His son Leonard taught his son's to became carpenters and did construction of homes as evidenced in Detroit Michigan.

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John, was well trained in the art of construction. He likely taught Leoanrd to carry forward essential knowledge to build houses. The entire Ratajski family ‎(sons-men)‎ learned the trade of building houses. Leonard was listed in Detroit as a builder... an at times a saleman for a local real estate company. The two son's known best for new construction or buliding houses were Ed and Raymond.

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John Ratajski died in Hoytdale, Pa. September 29, 1898.
His was at one time an overseer of a group of men in Hoytdale in the nearby area. He was responsible for a few houses and one brick building still standing in the area of Hoytdale - today.

Where John Ratajski is buried.
It was the site of the old St. Teresa’s Cemetery, also known as Hoytdale Cemetery, in an old, secluded Catholic burial ground located about a mile north of Koppel in the extreme northern reaches of Beaver County, Pennsylvania. It was the site of the old St. Teresa’s Catholic Church, which was built beginning in May 1871 and dedicated on October 15 of that same year. The church was originally a mission of St. Mary’s Catholic Church in New Castle, and later served in the same capacity for St. Rose’s in Darlington and St. Monica’s in Wampum.
It was built near the village of Clinton, an area that later became known as Hoytdale. The church was significantly damaged by a fire in 1900, but was soon rebuilt in finer fashion.

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I found a map in the Beaver County Bicentenniel Atlas
that shows Yohe. It is near the northern border of Big Beaver Township,
on the west side of the Beaver River. Hoytdale which had a population of 400 in 1900 is
further up river but still in Beaver County. West Ellwood Junction Station is between Hoytdale
and Yohe. Ellwood City is a bit further up river in Lawrence County and on the east side of the river.

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John had a large influence on GF Leonard. Leonard was known to have a candy store. He had a restaurant also. In building trades too. What we did not know is where he got the idea for a candy store! Casmir Fife was an undertaker in southside Pittsburgh 1880's and later in 1900's. At one time this friend of John ‎(Leonard's father)‎ had a "candy store" a livery stable and co-owner of a funeral parlor - several different locations SS Pittsburgh ‎(once was Birmingham)‎ is west of Pittsburgh across the river. Carmir Fifer was the attest for daughter Lottie's marriage ‎(document - signature)‎ in 1890. Rose and her two other kids did not come over till 1892.

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Ratajski:
Junosza is a Polish Coat of Arms.
Battle cry: Junosza
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RATAJSKI:
List of surnames that may use the Jastrzebiec coat of arms
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Jastrzebiec coat of arms

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It was the "Beaver County Bicentennial Atlas" that showed Yohe as a place in Big Beaver Township. The atlas was published by the Publications Committee and the Beaver County BIcentennial Commission. Denver L. Walton was the editor.

It was shown as a small circle on the map, indicating that it was one of the smallest places named.

"Pennsylvania Line: A Research Guide to Pennsylvania Genalogy and Local History" published by Southwest Genealogical Services lists it as being in BIg Beaver Township.

It is listed with "Cities, Boroughs and Villagaes of Pennsylvania in 1900". Population figures are given based on the 1900 cenus, but the population indicated for Yohe is "no reliable estimate of population available".

"Pennsylvania Postal History Listing Post Offices and first Postmasters from 1775 to 1994" by John L. Kay, published 1995 lists a Yohe in Beaver County as having a post office that opened May 2 1898 and ended operation November 1899. E.C. Hunter was the postmaster.

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There was and is no Eighth Street in Pittsburgh
There was/ is a Twenty-Second Street in Pittsburgh in the Neighborhood called the Strip District and it did exist in 1897 in the 12th Ward
48 8 22d
Jas K, of South Side Coal Co 8 22d
92 8 22d z
127 8 22d
Ratski John, lab, ‎(S or NOT?)‎ 8 22d.................................
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127 ‎(S)‎8 22d
101 ‎(((S)‎)) 22d
92 ‎(S)‎8 22d
66 ‎(S)‎8 22d
48 ‎(S)‎8 22d
49 ‎(S)‎8 22d Wm. Puddler and Samual Silverman 1899
black smiths 49 s 22d Paes Frank and Martin ‎(also Peas)‎..... martha???

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Example - where the area shows Ratajski lived nearby.

The priest that married the family in 1892 was Rev. L. Miskiewicz. I found this on-line:

"Next to the South Side cemetery is St. Adelbert’s Roman Catholic ‎(Polish)‎ cemetery, established in 1894 by Rev. L. M. A Miskiewicz, the able pastor of the big church on South Fifteenth street, South Side."

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Married 1864:
Grabów is a village in Łęczyca County, Łódź Voivodeship, in central Poland. It is the seat of the gmina called Gmina Grabów. It lies
approximately 16 kilometres north-west of Łęczyca and 50 km north-west of the regional capital Łódź. Wikipedia

Born here:
Syców is a town in Oleśnica County, Lower Silesian Voivodeship, in south-western Poland. It is the seat of the administrative district
called Gmina Syców. Wikipedia
Area:6.583 sq miles ‎(17.05 km²)‎

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John trained to be a stone mason - here in at the time he met and then married Rosalia Dydynska:

Byszew is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Grabów, within Łęczyca County, Łódź Voivodeship, in central Poland. It lies approximately 17 kilometres north-west of Łęczyca and 50 km north-west of the regional capital Łódź.

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St. Teresa’s Cemetery, also known as Hoytdale Cemetery, is an old, secluded Catholic burial ground about a mile north of Koppel in Beaver County.

The cemetery is not visible from Route 18. After having been abandoned for a long time with no one being buried there for more than 40 years, it is now being taken care of as part of Holy Redeemer cemeteries.

Dale Chronister, who lives in Chippewa Township, is the caretaker of the Holy Redeemer cemeteries, and in 2013, Chronister’s crew took on the task of taking care of St. Teresa’s. Because the cemetery is difficult to find from Route 18, one improvement on the agenda is signage.

“I have a great crew. We take pride in taking care of the cemeteries,” Chronister said. “St.

Teresa’s is less than an acre and laid out in a rectangular shape. Many of the grave markers are so old, they are crumbling and can’t be repaired. People call and ask where someone is buried. We try to find the grave, but some are not marked and some are just worn off.”

The cemetery is also the site of the old St. Teresa’s Catholic Church, built in May 1871 and dedicated on Oct. 15 of that year. The church, originally a mission of St. Mary’s Catholic

Church in New Castle, was built near the village of Clinton, an area that later became known as Hoytdale. Parishioners from Koppel and as far away as Wampum would walk the Koppel Branch

railroad tracks of the Pennsylvania and Lake Erie Railroad ‎(P&LE)‎ to attend Mass at this church. After a fire significantly damaged the church in 1900, a much-nicer church was

built. In 1902, however, St. Monica’s Parish was founded in Wampum, a development that significantly decreased attendance at St. Teresa’s.

Lou Fererra, office manager of Holy Redeemer Parish, said the church completely burned in

1944. The site where the church once stood is now a grassy clearing with a few chunks of concrete foundation.

Ferrera said all vital cemetery records were lost in the fire. To get information on the cemetery, questionnaires were sent to all members of St. Teresa’s church in Koppel and St. Monica’s church in Wampum. Questionnaires are also available in the Holy Redeemer parish office.


“We do know that one veteran from the Spanish-American War, four veterans from the Civil War and five from World War I are buried there,” Fererra said.

Ferrera has faded copies of the contract of May 13, 1893, when Louis and Ruth Hoyt signed over to the Diocese of Pittsburgh the land that became the home of St. Teresa’s Catholic Church and Cemetery.

After the fire in 1944, a large office building on Arthur Street and Sixth Avenue in Koppel was acquired, and a new St. Teresa’s church and parochial school were established in 1945.

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John and Rosalia had a home near the Hoytdale/St. Teresa's cemetery. So he was buried close to where he died. There are no more Ratajski's buried there.

All the records were burned up in a fire. His headstone at this time is covered by grass and dirt. An attempt will be made to find it ‎(dig it up)‎. The cemetery grounds where John is buried is well maintained though the RC Church does not know all who are buried there.

John was quite sick for many years before he passed away. Rosalia took care of John till he died. And the house where they lived is now gone. Old maps ‎(hopefully)‎ will uncover the razed house location. As the church was razed too since it ‎(the original)‎ burned to the ground.

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Grabów, Poland is where they were married November, 1864.

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His house was block away across the street. Address about 7630 Big Beaver Blvd. Big Beaver Pa. His wife went to New York where she would stay.

And they torn down the house 10-20 years later. It wasn't much of a house but they had to tear it down. It is by a road that is no longer there. I am seeing north of the grave. His head stone isn't much just a rock in the ground nothing fancy and that is south of the church.

If you go south of the church you will find his grave and his wife’s. His son isn't in there just them two. He is in Detroit, Mich. Mt. Olivet Cemetery.

Now - If you go north of the grave you find where his house once stood, and there is something in its place there was a dirt road leading to it, but that road is now gone, but you can see some of it if you look. Something was named after him and then they changed it in the town. He wasn't a big shot, but he meant something to the folks there.

The house isn't seen in photos of him, those photos were taken away from his house, use it as a land mark. There something in the background of one photo that still stands that is 7641 Big Beaver Blvd. Same street. The photo of John and Rosalia were taken in the town you need to look. which is Hoytdale, Pa. There is old building that use to be a town hall. The post office was down the street near the church. His house was not close to those areas and that it was the other way opposite direction. This will help you find it. Family in his home country and M. Ratajski will help with the rest. She is related to him by his brother line. It is Carl or Philipp Ratai/j/y. See his details. I just found out a brother born 1851 is sibling - Jozef Ratajski. Names were elevated to Ratajski in 1860's!

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Other Web Sites
ref. ; for research - diopitt.org/archives/St._Teresa_Koppel_Photos_Page.htm -- Diocese of Pittsburgh

or - query archives St Teresa Koppel Photos Page.

"St. Teresa was founded in 1871 with the building of the church. Before the church was built, a priest came from St. Mary, New Castle, monthly to celebrate Mass in a private home. Work on the church began in May 1871 and the completed church was dedicated on October 15 of that year. The church was built in the town of Hoytdale, then called Clinton.
At first, the church was a mission of St. Mary, New Castle. In 1877, responsibility for the mission was transferred from St. Mary to St. Rose of Lima in Darlington. In 1900, fire damaged the church, but it was soon rebuilt. At about this time, St. Teresa was again transferred as a mission to St. Monica parish in Wampum.

Fire again struck the church in 1944. This time the church was totally destroyed. Because the majority of the congregation lived in Koppel, the bishop directed that the new church be placed in Koppel. In 1945, the parish purchased an existing office building and converted it into a combination church and school. On May 29, 1962, the parish became independent with the appointment of a resident pastor.

By the 1990's, the population of the area dropped to the point that it could no longer support the number of parishes in existence. On August 28, 1992, St. Teresa merged with St. Monica to form the new Queen of Heaven parish. St. Teresa church remains open and serves the new parish."

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ALSO - called Maliszow...
‎(2)‎ osiedle miejskie
Maliszów ‎(Syców)‎
woj. dolnośląskie
pow. oleśnicki
gmina Syców


German Name Klein Kosel
Alternate Name 1: Klein Cosel
Alternate Name 2: Mala Kozla 1840 P
Alternate Name 3: Messinetz
Polish/Russian Name Myszyniec
Kreis/County Groß Wartenberg
Residents of Jewish Faith 7
German Province Schlesien
Today's Province Dolnoslaskie
Location East 17°44' North 51°18'
Google Map Google Maps ‎(Klein Kosel)‎
Map Number 4672
Location Description This village/town is located 1.3 km and 64 degrees from Groß Wartenberg, which is known today as Sycow
Lutheran Parish Groß Wartenberg 1905
Catholic Parish Groß Wartenberg 1905
Standesamt/Civil Registry Groß Wartenberg 1905
Gemeindelexikon/Town Index VI-19-49
Population By Year/Einwohner 1840: 412
1905: 478
Remarks Shows in 1840 47 Häuser. Knie Pages 309, 391.

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GF Leonard lived on Swan street which was changed to West 5th street in later years.
GF Leonard thought big - learned from his dad John to find ‎(in my opinion)‎ an area that will
prosper and grow. Elaine of Cleveland talked about a large piece of land and so did Marie who died
a few years back. What is of interest is the documentation - I provided!

I see Kroger east side of GF's #2508 Davison house - a huge house and on the west side of his house
The Great A&P Tea Company. And of interest - the house design ‎(1895-1900)‎ in Cleveland started out as a 8 family unit -
later years ‎(in 1960's)‎ was converted to a 2 family ‎(est. of years)‎ in Cleveland ...

The note - the structures are similar -  to the one on  Swan street he lived on in 1900. And ‎(as I wrote)‎ this similar design house
in Cleveland was built about 1900. Like I wrote - he lived on that street 1900 ‎(see 1900 census Cleveland)‎ Swan street.

So - I provided support documents - that of the street in Detroit where was #2508  E.Davison house was and surrounding 
building I believe he sold/constructed - built on his land.... 

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I did not know at the time looking at download GF Leonard was in between ‎(professional grocery buildings)‎ his house at 2508 East Davison ....
Look at 2512 and ‎(maybe GF Leonard - made deals for land and ALSO - sold 2512 - which shown on the 1923 city directory is -
the A & P Tea Company - that is there ! The two grocers (companies)‎ were in competition in Detroit.
The area was prospering real well on East Davison.

Think of it Leonard Ratajski had Kroger and A & P markets... Either side of his House...Likely was originally his land.

I added my notes - see below to figure out what was on the south side as GF's house...

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My conclusion is the A&P per my guess ‎(since I knew little of Kroger - we never shopped there???)‎ did not have locations in the Detroit?

In 1923 a Pharmacy was at #2500 Davison Southside as GF Leonard's huge well build house ‎(he was at 2508)‎.

In 1925 #2500 was a Pharmacy and #2502 was Kroger Grocery and Baking Co.

And- #2502 is a Kroger Grocery and Bakery Co. ‎(just like today Kroger business)‎!

So in 1931 Kroger bought out the Pharmacy at #2500 to enlarged the grocery to become 2500-2502....
And at that time #2508 did not exist ‎(waas burned down and not rebuilt)‎ nothing was re-build on that section of property
that ‎(I think GF Leonard owned...!

So this may be what cousin Marie mean's about GF Leonard built a supermarket????

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Originally - You maybe ‎(did not hear)‎ about GF Leonard having a large property in Detroit. Elaine and maybe the other cousin's
told you/me too. You have to consider who his father was - a stone mason ... He was a builder. Knew concrete and forms...
Likely did carpenter work as well. Per my dad Raymond - John was a builder - helper in the Koppel and Hoytdale area.
The area was a small town wanting to be bigger. That is why he ‎(John)‎ moved to Hoytdale, Pa. There he did what he knew. The son Leonard...
learned the trades from John. My father shared his knowledge of location of a town that started with or had a "Y" in it? He did not
remember where exactly though he thought the area was north of Beaver Falls. And that a Roman Catholic church which burned down
was the place John and Rose lived in about 1895-? Alphonse was the brother who knew it all - though he died before I couls talk to him.
So my father was the only available knowledge base! Later I figured that the town was NOT YOHE but was a town named Hoytdale. And it had the
burned out church ‎(several times)‎. That Rose left the area and went east with a nurse she helped with births. Her husband died a year or so
before John died ‎(Sept. 30, 1898)‎ in the railroad workmans houses in that area. ‎(see notes on find a grave for John and Rose)‎. Also Rose moved
east with her friend ‎(got paid for birth work)‎ to Warwick, NY.

My dad would give me hints.... saying they came over as family ‎(Ratajski)‎... Leonard was first listed as a butcher... ship log.
Later as a daily worker - he moved up to plumber in 1906 city directory and lived ‎(owner)‎ a shotgun house - where each room
was entered thru a doorway ... to the back. That was the first house he mortgaged/owned. Because in 1906 he was on the way to North Branch.
A sister was born on the way ‎(Katherine - likely Mt. Clemens)‎ then my dad Raymond was in North Branch. GF Leonard was listed on my
dad's birth record as a beet weeder!

Now fast forward to Flint where little John as born in 1912 and later died in 1914 Hamtramck...The place GF Leonard got ‎(in Flint)‎  
was LAND ‎(in my opinion)‎ and built the house ‎(free and clear)‎ thne sold it when they went to Detroit ‎(again)‎...
Because Teena stated GF Leonard lost in a sheriff sale his land ‎(maybe even a house in New Kensington, Pa.)‎ ...
I never got it straight from Teena...

So Grea GF John as the local mason in Hoytdale/ Koppel area of Pa.
That is where he live with Rose his wife and DOG ‎(called mutt)‎! The picture I had given to Violet was at Hoytdale Post office...
John did the sidewalk... The detail was from my dad... back in the late 70's... He had asked me to make a copy of th picture with wife Rose
in what was then a town Hoytdale ‎(not YOHE)‎.

When John died Sept. 30, 1898:
This means GF Leonard and other family members chipped in to bury John in Hoytdale cemetery with two headstones - one for John and Rose.
According to my dad the burial lined up to the front doors of the ‎(later burned out)‎ church ‎(see "find a grave" website - I posted my details.
Per church fathers ALL stones are deep - John and the two headstones are buried way deep - and at the extreme back of the church. My dad told me
of a large tree that was in line with the headstones (the burial plot of John and headstone of Rose faced west according to tradition. However
after years of age it became a stump... That is what I needed to verify location of John. My dad said a LARGE tree was to the west of John's
grave and that his grave was in line per Fonze (per my dad)‎ with the center line of the now burned ‎(razed)‎ church front doors.
So it was of some help a local
lady took pictures for areas related to c/l ‎(front to back or south to north)‎ of the doors of the church named St. Teresa's.

And Rose is buried in Warwick, NY. She left the state after some time ‎(even was found in a 1900 census in Wisc. with a daughter)‎... Two births
‎(she helped with - being a birth mother)‎ were months apart where the two sisters lived on farms...
Note - Rose worked with a real nurse in Hoytdale... Both lost their husbands about a year apart... I had acquired the location of Rose's plot detail.

The pix ‎(in Hoytdale)‎ was of John and Rose and dog named mutt in a pix of them - going to attend the funeral of their friend and ‎(his wife the nurse)‎.
Rose moved back east ‎(make a living)‎ with the nurse and that family. She died and is buried ‎(Warwick)‎ there in May 21, 1918. GF Leonard wanted
to move her body back to be along side John - but his money was ‎(guess what)‎ tied up in property and etc in Detroit. He did have a phone
number ‎(gave Barbara - you aunt)‎ long ago I got from ATT... So ‎(likely)‎ GF Leonard was contacted and cost
prohibited her return burial along by John..


So what we have for you today is that GF Leonard totally owned the house and property in Flint which bankrolled his business ventures
in Detroit. See the two pictures of the Flint - house - hard to see though it is clearly top rate...

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At Cemetery -location torn down original 1871 St. Treasa's churchAt Cemetery -location torn down original 1871 St. Treasa's church  ‎(M789)‎
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St. Teresa's ‎(Hoytdale/Yohe)‎ CemeterySt. Teresa's ‎(Hoytdale/Yohe)‎ Cemetery  ‎(M788)‎
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Map Hoytdale-Yohe Nov. 1904 area ‎(see cross by RR)‎Map Hoytdale-Yohe Nov. 1904 area ‎(see cross by RR)‎  ‎(M786)‎
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1930 St. Teresa's newer church ‎(third since orig. 1871 church)‎1930 St. Teresa's newer church ‎(third since orig. 1871 church)‎  ‎(M785)‎
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Yohe, Pa. close up 1900'sYohe, Pa. close up 1900's  ‎(M757)‎
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Yohe, Pa.Yohe, Pa.  ‎(M756)‎
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Ratajski Crest - Coat of ArmsRatajski Crest - Coat of Arms  ‎(M741)‎
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John worked in Yohe, Pa. in 1898John worked in Yohe, Pa. in 1898  ‎(M719)‎
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Sycow ‎(Gross Wartenberg)‎ map and areaSycow ‎(Gross Wartenberg)‎ map and area  ‎(M715)‎
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John Ratski southside 22nd streetJohn Ratski southside 22nd street  ‎(M662)‎
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John's baptism church - Sycow, PolandJohn's baptism church - Sycow, Poland  ‎(M647)‎
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Marriage in 1864 GarbowMarriage in 1864 Garbow  ‎(M605)‎
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Sycow street near Sycow R.C. church seen upper rightSycow street near Sycow R.C. church seen upper right  ‎(M532)‎
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panorama at Garbow church streetpanorama at Garbow church street  ‎(M530)‎
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Front entry of R.C. Sycow ChurchFront entry of R.C. Sycow Church  ‎(M479)‎
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History in Hoytdale where John and Rose livedHistory in Hoytdale where John and Rose lived  ‎(M908)‎
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Familiendaten als Kind
Vater
Michael Ratay Ratai ‎(I21372)‎
Geburt 15. September 1802 33 16 Marcinki
Tod 8. Januar 1868 ‎(Alter 65)‎ Klein Cosel, Groß Wartenberg
3 Jahre
Mutter
 
Maria Pietzonka ‎(I21374)‎
Geburt 24. Juni 1805 Syców

Heirat: 10. Mai 1829 -- Syców
9 Jahre
#1
Bruder
Carl Jacob Ratay Ratai ‎(I21375)‎
Geburt 3. Juni 1838 35 32 Klein Cosel, Groß Wartenberg
2 Jahre
#2
Bruder (Geburt)
Robert Philippus Ratay Ratajski Ratai ‎(I21376)‎
Geburt 25. Mai 1840 37 34 Schreibersdorf, Groß Wartenberg
2 Jahre
#3
(Geburt)
Johann Stanislaw Wilhelm Ratajski or Ratay or Rataj Ratai ‎(I21377)‎
Geburt 2. Mai 1842 39 36 Klein Cosel, Groß Wartenberg
Tod 29. September 1898 ‎(Alter 56)‎ Hoytdale, Beaver Township, Pennsylvania, USA
3 Jahre
#4
Schwester (Geburt)
Barbara Ratay Ratai ‎(I21379)‎
Geburt 7. Juni 1845 42 39 Sycow
3 Jahre
#5
Schwester (Geburt)
Anna Marie Ratay Ratai ‎(I21380)‎
Geburt 22. Juni 1848 45 42 Klein Cosel, Groß Wartenberg
2 Jahre
#6
Schwester (Geburt)
Augusta Clara Ratay Ratai ‎(I21381)‎
Geburt 29. Juli 1850 47 45 Klein Cosel, Groß Wartenberg
Familie mit Carolina Rosalia Ratajska or Ratay Dydynska
Johann Stanislaw Wilhelm Ratajski or Ratay or Rataj Ratai ‎(I21377)‎
Geburt 2. Mai 1842 39 36 Klein Cosel, Groß Wartenberg
Tod 29. September 1898 ‎(Alter 56)‎ Hoytdale, Beaver Township, Pennsylvania, USA
-5 Jahre
Ehefrau
 
Carolina Rosalia Ratajska or Ratay Dydynska ‎(I21378)‎
Geburt 4. November 1837 35 32 Zbiczno, Poland
Tod 21. Mai 1918 ‎(Alter 80)‎ Warwick, New York, USA

Heirat: 9. November 1864 -- Garbow
6 Jahre
#1
Tochter (Geburt)
Antonina Wladyslawa Ratajska or Ratay Ratai ‎(I21382)‎
Geburt 27. Juni 1870 28 32 Przybyslaw
Tod 27. Juni 1952 ‎(Alter 82)‎ L.A. California, USA
2 Jahre
#2
Sohn (Geburt)
Franciscus Leonardus Ratajski or Ratay Ratai ‎(I21383)‎
Geburt 31. März 1872 29 34 Przybyslaw, Poland
Tod 27. September 1958 ‎(Alter 86)‎ Detroit, Michigan, USA
2 Jahre
#3
Sohn (Geburt)
Joseph Alphonsus Ratajski or Ratay Ratai ‎(I21384)‎
Geburt 26. Januar 1874 31 36 Przybyslaw
Tod 30. April 1874 ‎(Alter 3 Monate)‎ Przybyslaw
18 Monate
#4
Tochter (Geburt)
Boleslawa Maria Ratai ‎(I22863)‎
Geburt 29. Juli 1875 33 37 Przybyslaw, Poland
Tod 11. August 1875 ‎(Alter 13 Tage)‎ Przybyslaw, Poland
18 Monate
#5
Sohn (Geburt)
Romuald Ratajski or Ratay Ratai ‎(I21385)‎
Geburt 3. Februar 1877 34 39 Louisenfelde, Germany
Tod 24. September 1940 ‎(Alter 63)‎ Oroville, Calif., USA
3 Jahre
#6
Tochter (Geburt)
Katarzyna Bronislawa Ratajska or Ratay Ratai ‎(I21386)‎
Geburt 13. Januar 1880 37 42 Straszewo
Tod 30. Mai 1954 ‎(Alter 74)‎ Flint, Michigan, USA


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