Records Listing - Matej Liska and Josefa Liska Family
               
Parents Parents            
               
Joseph Liska

About 1781

Bohemia
Plzen
Manetin #25, # 16

Ondrej Liska
Andreas Liska

Born
Andreas Lischka
11-30-1799
Hromitz #8
Father
Thomas
Lischka
Mother
Catharina
Wolinin

portafontium.cz - birth record
showing Hromitz (plana 04)
Image 164 of 329

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NOTE
1839 Cadastral Map of Kralovice lists farm lands under the name of Andreas Lischka of # 177 Kralovice

Died 7-17-1870
Kralovice # 177
Age listed 75

portafontium.cz death record of Kralovice 23 image 464 of 468

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Barbara
Simicove

About 1781

Zichlitz #18

Zichlitz #3 on birth record of daughter Josepha

Barbara
Kozisek
Koziskove

Born 8-3-1800
Bohemia
Kralovice
Kaznau #13

portafontium.cz birth record of Obara 04 Kaznau Image 12 of 58

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Died 2-27-1851
Buried 3-1-1851
Bohemia
Kralovice

Death Location
Kralovice #177

Actapublica Death Record - Kralovice 14, Image 193 of 237

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Thanks to Radomir for translating a record for me.

Barbara Kosizek is the daughter of Mathaus Kosizek of Kaznau #13 and Anna Mares of Kaznau # 13.
         
               

Josef Liska, age 20, married Barbara Simicove, age 20,  on November 15, 1801 at Zichlitz / Zichlice #23.

portafontium.cz record Plana 18 village of Zichlitz / Zichlice image 45 of 82.

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Children Children            
               

Ignatz Liska

Born October 3, 1802 at Zichlitz / Zichlice #23

portafontium.cz record Plana 18 village of Zichlitz / Zichlice image 18 of 82

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Tomas Liska

Born 1804 at Zichlitz / Zichlice #23

portafontium.cz birth record Plana 18 Village of Zichlitz . Zichlice Image 20 of 82

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Josepha Liska

Born and Baptized on 2-1-1823
Bohemia
Kralovice #177

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Tomas Liska

Born 12-12-1805 at Zichlitz / Zichlice

portafontium.cz birth record Plana 18 Village of Zichlitz / Zichlice Image 21 of 82

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Vaclav Liska

Born and Baptized on 8-22-1825
Bohemia
Kralovice #177

Actapublica Record - Kralovice 08, Image 104 of 125

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Wenzel LIska

Born 9-16-1808 at Zichlitz / Zichlice #23

portafontium.cz birth record Plana 18 Village of Zichlitz / Zichlice Image 25 of 82

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Maryia Liska

Born and Baptized on 12-30-1828
Bohemia
Kralovice #177

Actapublica Record - Karalovice 08, Image 119 of 125

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Maria Liska

Born 6-23-1811 at Zichlitz / Zichlice #23

portafontium.cz birth record Plana 18 Village of Zichlitz / Zichlice Image 29 of 82

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John Liska

Born 8-11-1831
Bohemia
Kralovice # 177

portafontium.cz birth record Kralovice 11, image 8 of 101

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Ignacz Liska

Born 4-28-1813 at Zichlitz / Zichlice #23

portafontium.cz birth record Plana 18 Village of Zichlitz / Zichlice Image 35 of 82

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Ignatz Liska age 28 2/12 of Manetin #57
Married
Francisca Weidisch age 26 3/12 of Kralovice #86
on
June 8, 1841 at Kralovice #86

protafontium.cz record Kralovice 9 Image 39 of 54

Son
John Nepomucky Liska born
9-19-1843 at
Manetin #57

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Daughter
Johanna Liska
Born 7-28-1853
Manetin #57

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Son
Frank DePaula Liska Born 3-24-1854
Manetin # 57

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___ ?
____ Liska
Born 2-2-1855
Manetin #57

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Son
Joseph Liska
3-19-1860
Manetin #57

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Anna Liska

Born 2-18-1834
Bohemia
Kralovice #177

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CNTRDFN Liska

Born 12-5-1818 at Zichlitz / Zichlice #23

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Frantisek  Liska

Born 9-18-1836
Bohemia
Kralovice #177

Actapublica Record - Kralovice 11, Image 27 of of 99
Portafontium.cz birth record Kralovice 11, Image 28 of 101

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CNTRDFN Liska

Born 10-23-1839
Baptized 10-24-1839
Bohemia
Kralovice #177

Actapublica Record - Kralovice 11, Image 38 of 99

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Antonin Liska
Antonia Liska

Born and Baptized on 7-29-1842
Bohemia
Kralovice # 177

Actapublica Record - Kralovice 11, Image 51 of 99

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Matej Liska

Born
1-21-1816
Bohemia
Zichlitz / Zichlice #23

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Died before 1880
No verified record found so far
Josefa Liska

Born
2-1-1823
Bohemia
Kralovice #177

Actapublica Birth Record - Kralovice 08, Image 90 of 125

portafontium.cz Record Kralovice 8 Image 91 of 126

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12-24-1901
Illinois
Cook
Chicago

Burial
Bohemian
National
Cemetery

Find A Grave
#149434335


Census 1870
Illinois
Cook
Chicago
Ward 9
Page 165

Matej is a carpenter.

Only son Adolph is living at home.
Widow Josefa, Josephine

Census 1880
Illinois
Cook
Chicago
057
Page 37

609 Throop Street
Living With Young Son Adolph in the home of married daughter Josephine Liska Watsek (Wacek)
Widow Josepha, Josephine

Census 1900
Illinois
Cook
Chicago Ward 19
D0591
Page 16

Josepha is living at the Home for the Aged, run by the Little Sisters of the Poor
     
Matej Liska, age 29 6/12, married Josefa Liska, age 22 5/12, on July 15, 1845 at Kralovice #177, the home of Ondrej and Barbara Liska family - Actapublica Record - Kralovice 09, Image 44 of 52, also portafontium.cz, Kralovice 09, image 46 of 54. View Record
Matej Liska, Josefa Liska and their children left from Bremen, Germany and arrived in New York City of August 18, 1862 onboard the ship Therese.
               
Children              
               

Albjna Liska
"Aby" used in most records

Born 11-21-1847
Baptized 11-22-1847
Bohemia
Hradecko #28

Actapublica Birth Record - Kralovice 12, Hradecko, Image 89 of 107

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2-1-1935
California
Alameda
Oakland

Burial Oak Hill Memorial Park
California
Santa Clara
San Jose

Find A Grave
#91988286

Emil H. Fisher
Emil H. Fischer

8-14-1842
Bohemia

1-16-1907
California
Santa Clara
San Jose

Burial
Oak Hill Memorial Park
California
Santa Clara
San Jose

Find A Grave
#91988291
  Census 1880
Nebraska
Saunders
Wahoo City
D185
Page 3

29 Linden Ave

Emil 39
Aby 31
Emil 6
Annie 4
Amelia 2
Aby 2/12
Census 1900
Nebraska
Saunders
Stocking
D0139
Page 43

Emil 56
Aby 52
Emila A. 24
Anna 23
Amelia 21
Bessie 17
Census 1910
California
Alameda
Oakland
107
D02012
Page 8

3908 Imere

Widow Aby 63

Children

Emil J. Fisher 36
Anna Fisher 30

Married Daughter Bessie living next door at 3910
Census 1920
California
Alameda
Oakland
D0133
Page 8



Widow Aby 71 and Daughter Anna A. Fisher 43 (Ill)

Living with Married Daughter
Bess Davison 38 (Neb)
Joseph L. Davison 42 (Iowa)
Joseph L. Davison 14 (Cal)


Census 1930
California
Alameda
Oakland
D194
Page 19

2954 Bona St.

Widow Aby 82

Living with Married Daughter
Bess M. Davison 46 (Neb)
Joseph L. Davison 53 (Iowa)
Joseph L. Davison 24 (Cal)
Matej Liska, Josefa Liska and their children left from Bremen, Germany and arrived in New York City of August 18, 1862 onboard the ship Therese.
Albina Liska married Emil Fischer/Fisher on 10-27-1872 in Chicago
               
  Children            
               
  Emil A. Fisher

6-18-1874
Illinois
Cook
Chicago

3-20-1941
California
Alameda
Alameda

Mary M. Helmke

3-6-1892
California

6-10-1963
California
Alameda
Alameda
      Census 1920
California
Alameda
Oakland
D0133
Page 7

Aby's married son living next door to her and married daughter Bessie Davison

Emil J. Fisher 45
Mary M. Fisher 33
Howard H. Fisher 5
E John Fisher 4


Census 1940
California
Alameda
Oakland 61-145
Page 40

Emil 66
Mary 48

               
    Children          
               
    Howard H. Fisher

7-4-1914
California
Alameda
Alameda

1-4-1967
California
Alameda
Alameda

Burial
Golden Gate National Cemetery
California
San Mateo
San Bruno

Sargeant
USAAF
WWII

Find A Grave
#84609013
Lois Irene Gerrish       Census 1940
California
Alameda
Oakland
61-137

Page 29

Howard H. Fisher age 26 Married
Lois Fisher 26

Brother E. John Fisher 25 living with them
               
    Emil Jack Fisher

7-31-1915
California
Alameda
Alameda

12-2-2001
California
Desert Hot Springs


Find A Grave
#96969114
Clara Braun       Census 1940
California
Alameda
Oakland
61-137

Page 29

Howard H. Fisher age 26 Married
Lois Fisher 26

Brother E. John Fisher 25 living with them
    Emil Fisher married Clara Braun on the island nation of Bahrain on June 22, 1952.
    Born 31 July 1915 in Oakland, CA; "Jack" was the younger of two sons born to Emil John & May H. (Helmke) Fisher. On 22 June 1952, "Jack" married Clara Braun on the island nation of Bahrain near Saudi Arabia; she was age 26, he was 36. Born 29 September 1925 in Greenbush, MN; Clara was the eleventh of thirteen children born to William John & Clara (Weller) Braun. Jack & Clara honeymooned in Nairobi, Kenya – just before the beginning of the Mau Mau Uprising. Until he retired, "Jack" was an accountant for Standard Oil and ARAMCO; he died of heart failure on 2 December 2001 in Desert Hot Springs, CA at age 86
               
               
  Anna Albina Fisher

8-1876
Illinois
Cook
Chicago

4-17-1944
California
Alameda
  Census 1880
Nebraska
Saunders
Wahoo City
D185
Page 3

29 Linden Ave

Emil 39
Aby 31
Emil 6
Annie 4
Amelia 2
Aby 2/12
Census 1900
Nebraska
Saunders
Stocking
D0139
Page 43

Emil 56
Aby 52
Emila A. 24
Anna 23
Amelia 21
Bessie 17
Census 1910
California
Alameda
Oakland
107
D02012
Page 8

3908 Imere

Widow Aby 63

Children

Emil J. Fisher 36
Anna Fisher 30

Married Daughter Bessie living next door at 3910
Census 1920
California
Alameda
Oakland
D0133
Page 8

Widow Aby 71 and Daughter Anna A. Fisher 43 (Ill)

Living with Married Daughter
Bess Davison 38 (Neb)
Joseph L. Davison 42 (Iowa)
Joseph L. Davison 14 (Cal)
Census 1930
California
Alameda
Oakland
D205
Page 20

2330 Everett Ave

Bertram C. 55
Amelia 51

Sister Anna A Fisher 53
               
  Aby/Amelia  Gladys Fisher

1-6-1878
Indiana

3-10-1958
California
Alameda
Oakland
Bertram Charles Reynolds

8-10-1874
Illinois

1-22-1936
California
Alameda
Oakland
Census 1880
Nebraska
Saunders
Wahoo City
D185
Page 3

29 Linden Ave

Emil 39
Aby 31
Emil 6
Annie 4
Amelia 2
Aby 2/12
Census 1900
Nebraska
Saunders
Stocking
D0139
Page 43

Emil 56
Aby 52
Emila A. 24
Anna 23
Amelia 21
Bessie 17
Census 1910
California
Alameda
Oakland
Ward 7
D0027
Page 40

1815 40th Ave.


Bertram 34
Amelia 31
Margaret 5
Census 1920
California
Alameda
Oakland
D 0127
Page 18

1825 40th Ave.

Bertram C. 45
Amelia 40
Margaret 14
Census 1930
California
Alameda
Oakland
D205
Page 20

2330 Everett Ave

Bertram C. 55
Amelia 51

Sister Anna A Fisher 53

Census 1940
California
Alameda
Oakland 61-156
Page 23

4053 Everett Ave.

Living with married daughter Margaret
A. Goard 34
George Goard 41
Margo Goard 2
 
               
    Children          
               
    Margaret A. Fisher

4-15-1905
California
Alameda
Oakland

7-11-1984
California
Oakland
Alameda

George Andrew Goard

4-22-1896
California
Holland Flat

7-27-1988
California
San Leandro
      Census 1930
California
Alameda
Oakland
D205
Page 17

4008 ....

George A. 33
Margaret A. 24

Census 1940
California
Alameda
Oakland 61-156
Page 23

4053 Everett Ave.

Living with married daughter Margaret
A. Goard 34
George Goard 41
Margo Goard 2
 
               
  Bessie Marie Fisher

8-7-1881
Nebraska

4-17-1944
California
Almeda
Oakland

Joseph Lorenzo Davison

2-8-1877
Iowa
Chickasaw
New Hampton

2-8-1956
California
Alameda
Oakland

    Census 1910
California
Alameda
Oakland
107
D02012
Page 8

3910 Imere

Joseph L. Davison 32
Bess Davison 26
Joseph Jr. 4
Census 1920
California
Alameda
Oakland
D0133
Page 8

Widow Aby 71 and Daughter Anna A. Fisher 43 (Ill)

Living with Married Daughter
Bess Davison 38 (Neb)
Joseph L. Davison 42 (Iowa)
Joseph L. Davison 14 (Cal)
Census 1930
California
Alameda
Oakland
D194
Page 19

2954 Bona St.

Widow Aby 82

Living with Married Daughter
Bess M. Davison 46 (Neb)
Joseph L. Davison 53 (Iowa)
Joseph L. Davison 24 (Cal)

Census 1940
California
Alameda
Oakland
61-198

Page 5

Joseph L. 52
Bess 52
               
    Children          
               
    Joseph L. Davison Jr

7-6-1905
California
Santa Clara

3-9-1987
California
Alameda
Oakland

         
               

Josefa Liska

Born and Baptized
2-26-1850
Bohemia
Hradecko #28

Actapublica Birth Record - Kralovice 19 Hradecko, Image 12 of 73

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11-23-1932
Illinois
Cook
Chicago

Death Address
1518 Grove Ave.

Burial
Bohemian
National
Cemetery



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Joseph Wacek

1-19-1846
Bohemia

11-24-1915
Illinois
Cook
Chicago

Death Address
1334 S. Clinton

Burial
Bohemian
National
Cemetery




Find A Grave
#148518487
  Census 1880
Illinois
Cook
Chicago
057
Page 37

609 Throop Street

Living With Young brother Adolph, widowed mother Josephine.

Husband Joseph listed as working in lumber business.
Census 1900
Illinois
Cook
Chicago
Ward 9
District 0244
Page 31

635 Blue Island Avenue

Husband Joseph is a saloon keeper,

Josefa is listed as a boarding house keeper.
Census 1910
Illinois
Cook
Chicago
Ward 12
District 0602
Page 37

2221 South Homan

Joseph is a tailor.
Widow Josefa

Census 1920
Illinois
Cook
Berwyn
Ward 5
D0008
Page 37

1518 Grove Ave.

Josefa 69
 
Josefa, "Josephina", "Josephine" left from Bremen, Germany with her parents and siblings, and arrived in New York City of August 18, 1862 on board the ship Therese.
Josepha Liska married Joseph Wacek (Vacek/Vasek used on other records) on May 8, 1870 at Saint Wenceslaus Catholic Church in Chicago.  One witness was Jindrich Hajek husband to Josepha's aunt, also named Josepha Liska.  View Record
               
  Children            
               
  Bohumil J. Wacek

12-5-1870
Illinois
Cook
Chicago

12-20-1928
Illinois
Cook
Chicago



Burial
Bohemian
National
Cemetery

Find A Grave Memorial
# 134151223

Pauline A. Blecha

11-16-1874

8-12-1969

Burial
Bohemian
National
Cemetery

Find A Grave Memorial
# 134151387



Bohumil

Census 1880
Illinois
Cook
Chicago
057
Page 37

609 Throop Street
Bohumil

Census 1900
Illinois
Cook
Chicago
Ward 9
District 0244
Page 31

635 Blue Island Avenue
Bohumil

Census 1910
Illinois
Cook
Chicago
Ward 12
District 0602
Page 37

2221 South Homan
Bohumil and Pauline

Census 1920
Illinois
Cook
Chicago
Ward 27
District 1592
Pages - 6 & 7

4958 S. Lawndale

Bohumil is an audior for an auditing fim.
Widow Pauline

Census 1930
Illinois
Cook
Chicago
District 1416
Page 42

4958 S. Lawndale

Pauline living with two of her sisters.
  Married 9-23-1913 in Chicago
  Pauline Wacek, beloved wife of the late Bohumil; dear sister of Lillian A. Blecka and the late Ida Blecka. member of the Rebecca lodge, I. O. O. F. Services Friday, Aug. 15, 11 a.m., at Drake & Son Funeral Home, 5303 N. Western avenue
               
               
               
  Mary Wacek

12-8-1873

Died
3-1-1947

Burial
Bohemian
National
Cemetery

Find A Grave Memorial
# 105352744



James Veverka

3-6-1865
Bohemia

3-4-1942
Illinois
Cook
Berwyn

Burial
Bohemian
National
Cemetery

Find A Grave Memorial
# 105353103


Mary

Census 1880
Illinois
Cook
Chicago
057
Page 37

609 Throop Street
Mary

Census 1900
Illinois
Cook
Chicago
Ward 9
District 0244
Page 31

635 Blue Island Avenue
Family

Census 1910
Illinois
Cook
Berwyn
Ward 4
District 1650
Page 8

1327 Home Ave

Children
Blanche
Sylvia
Family

Census 1920
Illinois
Cook
Berwyn
Ward 5
District 0008
Page 17

1326 Home Ave.

Children
Blanche
Sylvia
Ruth
Family

Census 1930
Illinois
Cook
Berwyn
District 2003
Page 25

1326 Home Ave.

Children
Sylvia
Ruth

Census 1940
Illinois
Cook
Berwyn
16-33
Page 19


1326 Home Ave.

Children
Sylvia
Ruth
  Married 3-27-1901 Cook County
  James Veverka of 1326 S. Home avenue, Berwyn, Ill., Feb. 28, 1942, age 76 years, husband of Mary Veverka [nee Wacek], father of Blanche Dlouhy, Sylvia, and Ruth. Funeral Tuesday at 1 p.m. at funeral home, 5842-44 W. Cermak road. Cremation Bohemian National cemetery
  Mary Veverka, nee Wacek, of 1326 S. Home avenue, Berwyn, wife of the late James Veverka, fond mother of Blanche Dlouhy, Sylvia, and Ruth. Services Tuesday 11 a.m., at home for funerals, 5844 W. Cermak road. Cremation Bohemian National cemetery
               
Emilie Bozena Wacek

6-15-1881
Illinois
Cook
Chicago

2-24-1944
Illinois
Cook
Berwyn

Burial
Bohemian
National
Cemetery




Find A Grave
#148518513
 John Hurt

11-24-1869
Wisconsin
Kewaunee
Franklin

1-1951
Illinois
Cook
Berwyn

Burial
Bohemian
National
Cemetery



Find A Grave
#148518500
Bessie
Census 1900
Illinois
Cook
Chicago
Ward 9
District 0244
Page 31

635 Blue Island Avenue

Census 1910
Illinois
Cook
Berwyn
Ward 4
D1650
Page 9

1334 Wenomak Ave

John J. 40
Bessie 32  2/1
Adeline 8/12
Census 1920
Illinois
Cook
Berwyn
Ward 5
D0008
Page 10

1335 Winona



John 49
Bessie 41
Adeline 10 6/12
John 8 4/12
Gladys 3 3/12
Census 1930
Illinois
Cook
Berwyn
D2003
Page 27

1335 Wenonah

John 60
Bessie 51
Adeline M. 20
John 18
Gladys 13

Census 1940
Illinois
Cook
Berwyn
16-33
Page 20

1335 Wenonah

John 70
Bessie 69
Adelyne 30
  Emilie Wacek married John Hurt on 3-16-1904 in Chicago.
  Bessie Hurt, nee Wacek, of 1335 S. Wenonah avenue, Berwyn, Feb. 24, 1944, beloved wife of John, fond mother of Adeline Hurt, John Jr., and Gladys Johnson, sister of Mary Veverka, grandmother of three grandchildren. Funeral Saturday at 2 p.m. at home for funerals, 5842-44 W. Cermak road. Cremation Bohemian National cemetery
  John Hurt of 1335 S. Wenonah avenue, Berwyn, beloved husband of the late Bessie Hurt, nee Wacek; fond father of Adelyne Pospisil, Gladys Johnson, and John J. Hurt, four grandchildren. Service Monday, 2 p.m., at home for funerals, 5844 W. Cermak road. Cremation Bohemian National cemetery
               
               
               
  Emanuel J. Wacek

Born
7-4-1889
Illinois
Cook
Chicago

Birth information lists last name as Vacek
           
               
               
               
Marie Liska
Mary Magdalena Liska

Born May 25 1852
Baptized
May 26 1852
Bohemia
Hradecko #28

Actapublica Birth Record - Kralovice 19 Hradecko, Image 20 of 73

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9-10-1927
Wisonsin
Milwaukee

Burial
Calvary Cemetery and Mausoleum

Find A Grave
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Gotthard Straka

12-7-1842
Bohemia
Domazlice #86

View Record

12-10-1921
Wisconsin
Milwaukee

Burial
Calvary Cemetery and Mausoleum

Find A Grave
#118916932

Note: brother Joseph also buried in this same cemetery.
  Census 1880
Wisconsin
Milwaukee
Greenfield
088
Page 51

Gotthard 38
Mary M. 27
Magdalena M. 10 ILL
Edward A. 8 ILL
Alois 5 Wisconsin
Census 1900
Wisconsin
Milwaukee
MIlwaukee
Ward 20
D0176 Page 21

1020 9th St.

Gotthard May 1842 H1867
Magdalena 1855
Magdalena 1870
Alois 1875
Mamie 1882
Stella 1888
Census 1910
Wisconsin
Milwaukee
Milwaukee
Ward 20
D0236
Page 37

1020 9th St.

Gotthard 67
Mary 57
Magdalena 40
Mammie 27
Stalla 21
Census 1920
Wisconsin
Milwaukee
Milwaukee
Ward 30
D0243
Page 16

1054 35th St

GGotthard 77
Mary 66
Magdalena 50
Stella 30
 
Matej Liska, Josefa Liska and their children left from Bremen, Germany and arrived in New York City of August 18, 1862 onboard the ship Therese.
Gotthard Straka arrived with his brother Joseph on 6-7-1867 from Port Bremen to NYC aboard the ship Republik
Gotthard Straka married Mary Liska on October 26, 1869 at Saint Wenceslaus Catholic Church in Chicago - View Record
               
  Children            
               
  Magdalena M. Straka

1870
Illinois

8-10-1956
Wisonsin
Milwaukee

Burial
Calvary Cemetery and Mausoleum

Find A Grave
#118917476
          Census 1930
Wisconsin
Milwaukee
Milwaukee
D261
Page 97

1441 44th St.

Magdalena 52
Louis 42

Census 1940
Wisconsin
Milwaukee
Milwaukee
72-599
Pages 29-30

3325 N. 44th St.

Madge 55
Louis P. 49
               
  Edward Straka

1872
Illinois

1948

Burial
Valhalla Memorial Park
Wisconsin
Milwaukee
Milwaukee

Find A Grave
#159776340
Anna Kohlman

1872

1949
Burial
Valhalla Memorial Park
Wisconsin
Wisconsin
Milwaukee

Find A Grave
#159776330

    Census 1910
Wisconsin
Milwaukee
Milwaukee
Ward 9
Doo83
Page 2

817 Walnut St.

Eward 38
Anna 37
Miles E. 12
Mildred 10
Jerome 7
Ethel 4

Anton Kohlman 68
Lademer Kohlman 27
Census 1920
Wisconsin
Milwaukee
Milwaukee
Ward 19
D0226
Page 1

608 37th St.

Edward A. 47
Anna 47
Miles E. 22
Mildred 20
Jerome 16
Ethel 13
Census 1930
Wisconsin
Milwaukee
Milwaukee
D235
Page 36

608 37th St

Edward A. 58
Anna 57
               
    Children          
               
    Miles Straka

1897

1925

Burial
Valhalla Memorial
Park
Wisconsin
Milwaukee
Milwaukee

Find A Grave
#159776318
         
               
  Alois Straka

11-10-1873
Wisconsin
Milwaukee
Milwaukee

12-3-1957
Wisconsin
Milwaukee
Milwaukee

Burial
Calvary Cemetery and Mausoleum

Find A Grave
# 118922114
          Census 1930
Wisconsin
Milwaukee
Milwaukee
D261
Page 97

1441 44th St.

Magdalena 52
Louis 42

Census 1940
Wisconsin
Milwaukee
Milwaukee
72-599
Pages 29-30

3325 N. 44th St.

Madge 55
Louis P. 49
               
  Mammie Straka            
               
  Stella Straka

11-9-1888
Wisconsin
Milwaukee
Milwaukee
           
               
Johanna Liska

Born 4-29-1854
Baptized 4-30-1854
Bohemia
Hradecko #28

Actapublica Birth Record - Kralovice 19 Hradecko, Image 26 of 73

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7-13-1918
Nebraska
Gage
Odell

Saint Joseph's Cemetery

Find A Grave
# 126602870
Obit below

Vaclav Tryner

1848/53
Bohemia

8-17-1935
Indiana

Find A Grave
# 126636817
Obit below
  Census 1880
Illinois
Cook
Chicago
D057
Page 54

759 Allport

Vaclav 33
Johanna 27
Anna 2
Frank 10/12

Sister in Law
Frana Liska 31
Census 1900
Nebraska
Fillmore
Glengary
D0026
Page 8

Vaclav 46
Johanna 43
Frank 20 ILL
Fronie 15 ILL
James 13 ILL
Mary 12 Neb
Bohuslav 16 Neb
Emma 15 Neb
Julia 12 Neb
Census 1910
Nebraska
Gage
Paddock
D0065
Page 10

Vencil 56
Johanna 52
Emma 18
Julia 13
Albert 7

Married Daughter

Joe Filip 31
Fronie Filip 26
Mamie Filip 7/12

 MALECHA FAMILY NEXT DOOR

Widower Vaclav

Census 1920
Nebraska
Gage
Paddock
D0071
Page 18

Vaclav 67

Daughter
Julia A. Marsh 34
Anna March 5
Jane Marsh 4
Joe Marsh 2
Iona March 11/12

William M. Coder 22

Albert F. Trynner 17

MALECHA FAMILY NEXT DOOR
Widower Vaclav

Best Guess So Far

Census 1930
Nebraska
Gage
Midlands
D35
Page 1

Gage County Poor Farm

Julia Tryner Obituary "Odell Weekly Wave" July 19, 1918 Mrs. Julia Tryner wife of Vaclav Tryner, residing 3 miles east of Odell, died at Lincoln, Nebr., Saturday July 13, 1918. She had been in failing health for the past 2 years finally submitting to an operation with hopes of regaining her health. She was too weak to rally from the operation. The deceased was 60 years of age. She was born in Bohemia and after coming to this country, resided for a time in Chicago. After removing with her husband to a farm near Milligan Nebr. about 10 years ago. They came to Odell purchasing the farm where they continued to reside until death claimed her. She leaves to mourn a devoted husband, 4 sons and 4 daughters. Ben of Minnesota, Frank who is serving his country somewhere in France, James of Brainard Nebr. and Albert resides at home. Mrs. Mary Svajgr. of Milligan Nebr., Mrs. Francis Benns of Cuba Kansas, Mrs. Fred Davison of Beatrice Nebr. and Mrs. Eliza Marek of Chicago Illinois. Funeral services were conducted from the Catholic Church Tuesday morning with Father McKenan Mass, Interment in Cemetery.  She was a loving wife and mother and always faithful to her religion. 

The following is from the 1888-1988 Centennial Book of Milligan, Nebraska. VACLAV AND JOHANNA TRYNER Vaclav Tryner, born in 1848, at Bohemia was married in 1878 at Chicago, Illinois, to Johanna Liska who was born in 1851 or 1853 in Bohemia. They came to the Milligan, Nebraska area from Chicago to the Stoy farm southwest of town. They had ten children. The family moved to Odell, Nebraska. They were devout Catholics and attended Milligan Catholic Church regularly. The children attended School District #43. Most of them went only to the fourth grade. Johanna Tryner passed away in July 1918 at Odell, and was buried at the Catholic Cemetery next to her sister. After her passing, Vaclav lived amongst his children passing away August 17, 1935, in Indiana, where he lived with his son, Bohus Tryner. He was buried in Indiana. 
               
  Children            
               
  Frank  James Tryner
Most Records Use
Trinner

8-19-1879
Baptized at St. Procopius Catholic Church in Chicago
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Military uses
8-19-1879 and 1881
Illinois

12-11-1971
District of Columbia
Washington D.C.

Burial
US Soldiers' and Airmen's Home National Cemetery

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#21923310
  Census 1880
Illinois
Cook
Chicago
D057
Page 54

759 Allport

Vaclav 33
Johanna 27
Anna 2
Frank 10/12

Sister in Law
Frana Liska 31
Census 1900
Nebraska
Fillmore
Glengary
D0026
Page 8

Vaclav 46
Johanna 43
Frank 20 ILL
Fronie 15 ILL
James 13 ILL
Mary 12 Neb
Bohuslav 16 Neb
Emma 15 Neb
Julia 12 Neb
Census 1910
Nebraska
Cuming
Monterey
District 0067
Page 7

Frank working as a hired hand on a local farm.

   
  Frank spent time in the U.S. National Homes for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers in Hampton, Virginia
               
               
               
               
               
Mathilda Liska

Born and Baptized on 3-7-1857
Bohemia
Hradecko # 28

Actapublica Birth Record - Kralovice 19 Hradecko, Image 34 of 73

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Adolph Liska



Born 6-5-1859
Baptized 6-6-1859
Bohemia
Kralovice #187

Actapublica Birth Record - Kralovice 23, Image 78 of 464

portafontium.cz, Kralovice 23, image 80 of 468

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2-16-1918
Illinois
Cook
Chicago

Burial
Bohemian
National
Cemetery
Lot 20 Block 4 Secton K








Mary Simon Stroble



5-4-1862
Bohemia
Strakonice
Vodnany # 40

View Record

11-18-1917
Illinois
Cook
Chicago

Death Residence
2742 West 16th St.

Burial
Bohemian
National
Cemetery
Lot 20 Block 4 Section K





Mary Simon Stroble
Census 1870
Illinois
Cook
Chicago

Parents Simon and Gustine/Justine
Antoine




Siblings
Joseph
Gustine/Justine

Adolph
Census 1870
Illinois
Cook
Chicago
Ward 9
Page 165

Adolph is the only child living with parents

Headstone Below
Simon Strobl
Antoine Strobl
Adolph Liska


Mary Simon Stroble
Census 1880
Illinois
Cook
Chicago
055
Page 19

125 19th Street
Parents Simon and Teeny
Siblings
Joseph
Teeny

Adolph
Census 1880
Illinois
Cook
Chicago
057
Page 37


609 Throop Street
Living With Widowed Mother,  in the home of married sister Josephine Liska Watsek (Wacek)

Adolph is a tailor.
Census 1900
Illinois
Cook
Chicago
District 0258
Page 28

1320 West 16th Street

Adolph is listed as a tailor

Marie Listed as having 7 children, 7 surviving.
Census 1910
Illinois
Cook
Chicago
Ward 12
District 0578

2742 West 16th Street



Adolph is listed as a Cutler in Wholesale Clothing Company

Marie Listed now as having 8 children, 7 still surviving.
   
Adolph Liska left from Bremen, Germany with his parents and siblings, and arrived in New York City of August 18, 1862 on board the ship Therese.
Adolph Liska married Maryl Strobel/Stroble on June 22, 1881 in Chicago.
Lot 20 Block 4 Section K
Simon Strobl - Find A Grave #154859608
Antoine Strobl - Find A Grave #154859617
Son - Joseph Strobl - Find A Grave #196690686 - Born 10-16-1859, Vodnany #13, married Elizabeth Nemecek on 4-28-1883 in Chicago.
Elizabeth Nemecek Strobl - Find A Grave #196690729
Lot 459 Section 25
Father of Elizabeth - James Nemecek - Find A Grave #196694372
Mother of Elizabeth - Katheerine Janick Nemecek - Find A Grave #196694415
Brother of Elizabeth - Stephen Nemecek - Find A Grave #196694558
Daughter - Justine (Christina, Teeny) Strobl married Frank J. Siegrosser on 11-5-1892 in Chicago  Teen is buried here in BNC, Frank is buried in Rosehill Cemetery of Chicago
Find A Grave #196737258 Lot 204 Section 6
Frank J. Siegrosser Find A Grave #196737338
               
  Children            
               
               
  Adolph Liska

7-30-1882
Illinois
Cook
Chicago

11-25-1885
Illinois
Cook
Chicago

Burial
Bohemian
National
Cemetery

Headstone Below
Simon Stroble
Antoine Stroble
Adolph Liska



           
               
  Vilem Liska            
               
  Emil Liska

5-25-1884
Illinois
Cook
Chicago

11-28-1939
Illinois
Cook
Chicago

Burial
Fairmount
Cemetery

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Leana D. Austin
Lena D. Austen

Kentucky

10-1939
Illinois
Cook
Chicago

Burial
Fairmount
Cemetery

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  Census 1900
Illinois
Cook
Chicago
District 0258
Page 28

1320 West 16th Street
Census 1910
Oklahoma
Pottawatomie
Shawnee
Ward 2
0221
Page 16

Emil is an architect

1918 Draft Registration
Address 9601 Prospect
Occupation Architect for Weary and Alford Company at 1907 Michigan Avenue.

Census 1920
Illinois
Cook
Chicago
District 2030
Page 26

9601 Prospect

Emil is an architect
Census 1930
Illinois
Cook
Chicago
District 2583
Page 3

9601 Prospect

Emil is an architect working out of his own office.
  Married  March 10, 1909 in Chicago
  Chicago Tribune OCtober 5, 1939 - Leana D. Liska, beloved wife of Emil, siter of Charles and Percy Austin.  Funeral services at her late residence 9601 Prospect Avenue, Friday at 2:30 pm. Interment at Fairmount.
               
    Children          
               
    Viola Liska

10-27-1910
Illinois
Cook
Chicago

11-19-1919
Illinois
Cook
Chicago

Burial
Oakwoods
Cemetery
         
               
               
               
  Lillian Liska



9-26-1886
Illinois
Cook
Chicago

12-27-1958
Kansas
Ellsworth County

Burial
Old Ellsworth Cemetery



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A. Otto Hloucal
1-2-1884
(Birth Certificate uses Kloucal)
Illinois
Cook
Chicago

2-4-1952
Kansas
Ellsworth County

Burial
Old Ellsworth Cemetery



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NOTE: 11 Hloucal are buried in Old Ellsworth Cemetery
Parents of A. Otto Hloucal
John Hloucal
Anna Kozak

John Hloucal
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Anna Kozak Hloucal
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Married
8-2-1879
Chicago, Cook, Illinois
Census 1900
Illinois
Cook
Chicago
District 0258
Page 28

1320 West 16th Street
Census 1910
Illinois
Cook
Chicago
Ward 12
District 0578

2742 West 16th Street
WWI Draft Registration
Name Now Used
Otta A. Hloucal

Farmer in Ellsworth Kansas

Census 1920
Kansas
Ellsworth
Black Wolf
District 33
Page 1

Otto is a farmer.
Sister in Law
Blanche Liska living with the family
Census 1930
Kansas
Ellsworth
Blackwork
District 2
Page 4

Otto is a farmer.

Census 1940
Kansas
Ellsworth
Black Wolf Township
27-2
Page 2

A. Otto Hloucal is a farmer.
  Anna Kozak 16, Josef Kozak 19, Josephine Kozak 21, departed Port Bremen aboard the ship Berlin and arrived at Port Baltimore on June 26, 1871.  Josephine married James Shanelec in Chicago.  They went to to live in Ellsworth, Kansas.  Josephine died in 1946 and is buried in Old Ellsworth Cemetery, Find A Grave -
  It is suspected, but not yet verified, that Joseph Kozak married Mary Kubik in 1888 in Chicago.  Joseph died in 1902, Mary died in 1922, a son Otto died in 1913, and a son William died in 1962.  All are buried in Bohemian National Cemetery in Chicago 3-3-Section W.
             
             
  Married 3-14-1914 Cook County Illinois          
  February, 1952 - Team Bolts, Killing Ellsworth Farmer - Otto Hloucal, 68 year old Ellsworth county farmer was killed shortly before four o'clock Monday afternoon when his team bolted with a corn stalk cutter at the Hloucal farm about three miles west of Ellsworth.  The tragic accident was witnessed by six Ellsworth men who had been fishing on the river which borders the field in which Mr. Hloucal was working.  He had been in Ellsworh only a couple of hours before the accident.  After returning home, h hitched the team to the stalk cutter and made a couple of rounds in the field.  The team, which had been in the barn most of the winter, was fractious, had run away twice before recently.  Whether he was having difficulty with them, or not, is not know, but he tied them to tree and came down to talk to the fishermen who included, Joe Kalina, will Grothusen, Frank Thielen, R.J. Kelly and Bill Souku.
When Mr. Houcal returned to his team and untied them, they started to run.  He attempted to jump onto the stak cutter and apparently slipped before he could reach the seat.  He did not fall into the cutting blades , but was killed by being struck by a wheel.  He probably died instantly, although the team ran for a quarter of a mile before the men who saw the accident could stop them.
Mrs. Hloucal was in Ellsworth at the time of the accident and reached home soon after the Grubb ambulance reached the scene,
Otto Hloucal was born in Chicago on January 2, 1884, and came to this county with his parents, the late John and Anna Hloucal, one year later.  The family farmed in the southwest part of the county, but in 1907 Mr. Hloucal moved to the farm, three miles west of Ellsworth.
He was united in marriage on March 4, 1914 to Lillie Liska.  Two children, Otto Arthur, and Sylvia Mae, were born of this union.  The son preceded his father in death on September 9, 1947.
He is survived by his wife: his daughter, Mrs. Sylvia Henderson of Carneiro; one brother, Jimmie Hloucal of Ellsworth; one sister, Mrs. Emma Barr of Toronto, Canada and two Grandchildren.
  January 1, 1959 - Mrs. Lillie Hloucal, 72., resident of this community for 44 years, died at the Ellsworth hospital early Saturday morning.  She was born September 26, 1886 at Chicago, Ill., came here in 1914 and lived on the farm until she moved to Ellsworth, a few years ago.  She was a member of the Methodist Church, the Order of Eastern Star and the American Legion Auxillary.
Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Dale Henderson, Kanopolis; two brothers A.C. Liska, Brooklyn, N.Y.; and Charles Liska, Park Ridge, Ill,; three sisters, Mrs. Park Walker, Orange, Calif.; Mrs. Ben Higgs, Whittier, Calif,. and Mrs. Victor Dolecek of Russell.  Two grandchildren also survive.
Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at 2 o;clock at the First Methodist church with the Rev. James Andrews officiationg.  Burial was in the ellsworth cemetery.
Among the out oftown relatives and friends here for the funeral of Mrs. Otto Hloucal Monday afternoon were: Mr. and Mrs. Victor Dolecek, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dolecek, Mr. and Mrs, Tommie Gruber, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mohl and Jake Toman, Russell; Mrs. Mary Fitzgeraald and Sandra Hloucal, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Mr. and Mrs. Max Jordan and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Pflughoft, Geneseo.
               
    Children          
               
    Sylvia Hloucal

12-31-1914
Kansas
Ellsworth

4-19-1997
Kansas
Ellsworth
Cameiro

Cameiro Cemetery
Kansas
Ellsworth
Cameiro

Find A Grave
#167953649
Dale Henry Henderson

9-5-1913
Kansas
Ellsworth

1-23-2005
Kansas
Ellsworth
Cameiro

Cameiro Cemetery
Kansas
Ellsworth
Cameiro

Find A Grave
#12213942
    Census 1920
Kansas
Ellsworth
Black Wolf
District 33
Page 1
Census 1930
Kansas
Ellsworth
Blackwork
District 2
Page 4
    Dale Henderson married Sylvia Hloucal on 1-1-1939 in Ellsworth County, Kansas
    CARNEIRO - Dale H. Henderson , 91, died Jan. 23, 2005, at Ellsworth County Medical Center, Ellsworth.

He was born Sept. 5, 1913, in Ellsworth County, the son of Henry and Eva Naven Henderson . A lifetime resident of the Carneiro area, he was a retired farmer and stockman.  He belonged to Carneiro United Methodist Church, Carneiro.
On Jan. 1, 1939, he married Sylvia Hloucal in Ellsworth County. She died in 1997.
Survivors include: a daughter, Roxanne Stevenson, Ellsworth; a sister, Fern Smith, Ellsworth; and three grandsons.
He was preceded in death by a son, Arthur Dale .  Funeral will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Parsons Funeral Home, Ellsworth, with Pastor Stephen Holmes presiding. Visitation will be from 1 to 8 p.m. Tuesday and from 9 a.m. to service time Wednesday at the funeral home. Burial will be in Carneiro Cemetery.
Memorials may be sent to Carneiro United Methodist Church, in care of the funeral home.
               
      Children        
               
      Arthur Dale Henderson
5-10-1943
5-10-1943

Kansas
Ellsworth
Cameiro

Cameiro Cemetery
Kansas
Ellsworth
Cameiro

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      Roxanne Kay Hloucal Michael Lee Stevenson      
               
               
               
    Otto Hloucal

9-26-1917
Kansas
Ellsworth County

WWII Draft
Residence
Kansas
Rice
Lyons
Employee of Cities Services Gas. co

9-9-1947
Michigan
Macomb
Harrison

An ancestry posting lists death by crashing his military fighter plane into a cornfield.

Burial
Old Ellsworth Cemetery

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Mary Eugenia Newton

9-7-1922
Louisiana
Hammond

BUT
Census records 1930
list Mississippi
1940
list Louisiana

Died
4-1993
as
Mary Eugena Fitzgerald

Louisiana
Livingston
Watson

Parents listed as John R. Newton and Myrtle E. Varnado

    Census 1920
Kansas
Ellsworth
Black Wolf
District 33
Page 1
Census 1930
Kansas
Ellsworth
Blackwork
District 2
Page 4

Census 1930
Mary E. Newton
Louisiana
East Baton Rouge
Police Jury Ward 9
Page 3

John R. 34
Myrtle 30
Mary E. 8
Myrtle 7

Census 1940
Louisana
East Baton Rouge
Page 27

John R. 44
Myrtle 40
Mary E. 17
Myrtle R. 10

               
    Lieutenant Hloucal Killed in Crash of P-80 Plane - Lieutenant Otta A. Hloucal, son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hloucal of Black Wolf township, was killed late Tueday morning when his P-80 Shooting Star, a jet fighter plane, crashed as he came down for a landing at Selfridge Field, Michigan.  Lieutenant Hloucal was leading a formation and started down from 1,000 feet when his plane went into a spin and crashed in a corn field, the army airbase at Selfridge announced.  It was the first major accident since the fighter group arrived at Selfridge Field, April 8th.
Otto A., son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hloucal was born at the family farm in Black Wolf township Septembr 28, 1917, and was killed at Selfridge Field, Michiag, Tuesday, September 9, 1947 at the age of 39 years, 11 months, and 23 days.  He attended and graduated from the Elllsworh High School with the Class of 1935.  For two years he was employed by the Cities Service company at Lyons, but when America prepared for war, young Hloucal resigned his job and enlisted in the army during July, 1941.  Later he was transferred to the army air cops and took his cadet training at Chanute Field, Champaign Illinis.  From there he was sent to Williams Field, Arizona and took extensive training in desert flying and maneuvers ad was given his "wings" while stationed there.
Lieutenant  Hloucal first was sent to England where he was stationed for a period while ferrying airplanes to Russia.  With the invasion of North Africa, Lieutenant Hloucal was transferred to that theater of war and save much combat fighting.
During the Italian campaign, Lieutenant Hloucal accounted for his P-38 Lightning Squardron's 100th aerial combat victory on September 6, 1942 when he shot down an ME-109 an unusual record for one lone squadrom.  Lieutenant Hloucal in dscribing his encounter at Naples said, "As we were returning from the target about 20 enemy fighters came up and attached the leading flight of the squadron, which I was leading.  We were only about 100 feet above water so I nosed my plane up slightly to meet their attack and fired.  Smoke and flames burst from the engine cowling of the second aircraft and it turned slowly down into the sea."
This was the second enemy aircraft Hloucal had destroyed.  His P-38 went to North Africa from England with the invasion forces in November 1962 and was in continuous opertion for sometime.  His squadron made an envieble record during the Tunisian, Sicilian and Italian campaigns, both in bomber escort and fighter bomber operations.  For his aerial combat victory during the Italian campaign, Lieutenant Hloucal was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross.
With the cessation of hostilities, Lieutenant Hloucal decided to make the army his career and only last April recieved his permanent commission from President Harry Truman.
On April 1, 1945, Lieutenant Hloucal was united in marriage to Mary Eurgene Newton of Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The deceased is survived by his wife and a ten month old child; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hloucal of Black Wolf township, and one sister, Mrs. Slvia Henderson, of Carniero neighborhood.  Accompanied by a military escort the body will arrive from Selfridge Field Saturday and funeral services will be held at the Grubb Funerl Home Sunday afternoon at 2:00 oclock.  There will be a Masonic graveside service and interment will be in the Ellsworth Cemetery.
   

Deceased Name: FITZGERALD , MRS. MARY NEWTON (MRS. O.A. HLOUCAL JR.)

Died at 2:45 a.m. Thursday, April 29, 1993, at Medical Center of Baton Rouge. She was 70, a native of Hammond, a resident of Watson, and a former resident of Baton Rouge. She was a retired Amite Sand and Gravel Co. officer with 30 years of service. Visiting at Welsh Funeral

Home, 6700 Florida Blvd., 4 to 9 p.m. Friday, and 8 a.m. until religious services at 10 a.m. Saturday, conducted by the Rev. Howard Childs. Burial in Roselawn Memorial Park. Survived by three daughters, Yvonne F. Boe, Baton Rouge, Sandra H. Davis, Watson, and Faye Thornton, Liberty, Miss.; three sons, Richard A. Fitzgerald , Washington state, Charles W. Fitzgerald , Conroe, Texas, and Michael R. Fitzgerald , Pride; a sister, Myrtle Newton, Baton Rouge; 29 grandchildren; and numerous great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by husbands, O.A. Hloucal Jr. and James W. Fitzgerald ; and two sons, Allen James Fitzgerald and Raymond Norman Fitzgerald . Pallbearers will be L.E. Booker, Ray Allen, Adam J. Boe Jr., Robert W. Boe, Sean Davis and Michael J. Fitzgerald . She was a member of First Baptist Church, Baton Rouge

               
      Children        
               
      Sandra Ann Hloucal Marvin Clay Davis      
               
               
               
  Alice Liska

10-7-1888
Illinois
Cook
Chicago

10-9-1985
Illinois
Cook
Brookfield

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Benjamin
Morton
Higgs

10-7-1889
Illinois
Cook
Cicero

6-12-1972
California
Los Angeles


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  Census 1900
Illinois
Cook
Chicago
District 0258
Page 28

1320 West 16th Street

Benjamin
Census 1900
Illinois
Cook
Cicero
District 1149
Page 3
Census 1910
Illinois
Cook
Chicago
Ward 12
District 0578

2742 West 16th Street

Benjamin
Census 1910
Illinois
Cook
Cicero
1535
Page 35

Benjamin is an electrician
WWI Draft Registration 1917 Cicero  Lists Benjamin as an electrician.

Census 1920
Illinois
Cook
Oak Park
Precinct 21
District 172
Page 4

Benjamin is an electrician.
Census 1930
Illinois
Cook
Riverside
District 2174
Page 14

Benjamin is an electrician

Census 1940
Illinois
Cook
Riverside
16-263A
Page 9

WWII Draft Registration 1942 Riverside Lists Benjamin as an Electrician

  Married 5-4-1914 Cook County Illinois by Bert E. Smith, Minister at 1420 S. Avers Avenue in Chicago
               
    Children          
               
    Morton Carl Higgs

10-3-1914

1990

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Helen Rose Voda
5-29-1913

5-10-1983
California
Los Angeles
Rose Hills Memorial Park
California
Los Angeles
whittier

Find A Grave
#120124262

Carrie

Carolina Mary Torres Higgs

12-6-1915

5-1-2003

Queen of Heaven Cemetery
California
Los Angeles
Rowland Heights

Find A Grave
#44239882
    Census 1920
Illinois
Cook
Oak Park
Precinct 21
District 172
Page 4
Census 1930
Illinois
Cook
Riverside
District 2174
Page 14

Census 1940
Illinois
Cook
Riverside
16-263A
Page 9
    Orange County Register, The (Santa Ana, CA) - December 6, 1990 Deceased Name: Morton Carl Higgs Morton Carl Higgs, 76, of La Habra, technical manager for US Gypsum for 37 years, died Tuesday. Visitation from 1 to 8 p.m. today at Coleman Mortuary, La Habra. Vigil at 7 p.m. today in the mortuary chapel. Funeral liturgy at 9 a.m. Friday at Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church, La Habra. Burial at Rose Hills Memorial Park, Whittier. Survived by his wife, Carrie; son, Phil, of Washington; daughter, Nina Capoccia of Whittier; brother, Glenn, of Illinois; sister, Verna Matthews of Illinois; and five grandchildren.
    Morton C. Higgs married Carolina M. Torres / Carolina M. Miller on 4-27-1984 in Orange County, California
               
      Children        
               
      Phillip Carl Higgs Marilyn Ragusa      
               
      Janine Alice Higgs Eugene Capaccia      
               
               
    Verna June Higgs
5-1-1917
Illinois
Cook
Chicago

7-21-2010
Illinois
Cook
Westchester
Kenneth Evert Matthews
5-8-1916
Michigan
Calhoun
battle Creek

6-29-2010
Illinios
Cook
Brookfield
    Census 1920
Illinois
Cook
Oak Park
Precinct 21
District 172
Page 4
Census 1930
Illinois
Cook
Riverside
District 2174
Page 14

Census 1940
Illinois
Cook
Riverside
16-263A
Page 9
    Verna J. Higgs married Kenneth E. Matthews on 10-3-1944 in Cook County, Illinois
               
    Herman Mansfield Glenn Higgs

5-6-1919
Illinois
Cook
Riverside

11-29-1999
Illinois
DuPage
Naperville
Jennifer D. Bennett

2-17-1915
Illinois
Charleston

2-4-2004
Wisconsin
Brookfield
    Census 1920
Illinois
Cook
Oak Park
Precinct 21
District 172
Page 4
Census 1930
Illinois
Cook
Riverside
District 2174
Page 14


Census 1940
Illinois
Cook
Riverside
16-263A
Page 9
    Ancestry lists a record that Glenn Higgs married Irene Olson on 10-15-1941 in Cook County Illinois
    Naperville Sun, The (IL) - December 3, 1999 Deceased Name: Glenn E. Higgs Glenn E. Higgs, 80, of Naperville, died Monday, Nov. 29, 1999, in Naperville. He was born May 6, 1919, in Riverside. Mr. Higgs was the retired owner and general manager of G-H Materials Co. in Downers Grove for 35 years. He was an Army veteran, having served in World War II, and a member of the First Christian Church of Naperville. Survivors include his wife of 40 years, Jennifer, of Naperville; a son, Glenn Jr. of Oxford, Conn.; two stepsons, Harvey (wife Joyce) AuBuchon of Palo Alto, Calif., and Kendall (wife Laurie) AuBuchon of Brookfield, Wis.; grandchildren Carl, Jennifer, Cynthia, Douglas, Mark and Annette; a sister, Verna (husband Kenneth) Matthews of Brookfield; great-grandchildren; and other loved ones and friends.
    Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (WI) - February 8, 2004 Deceased Name: Higgs , Jennifer D. Higgs, Jennifer D. (Nee Bennett) Feb. 4, 2004 age 88 years. Born in Charleston, IL Feb. 17, 1915. Preceded in death by her husband, Glenn Higgs sister, Violetta Daniele, and grandson, David AuBuchon. Survived by a sister Hattiedoll Bragg; sons, Harvey (Joyce) AuBuchon and Kendall (Laurie) AuBuchon; grandchildren, Mark AuBuchon, Annette (Steven) Boyd and Douglas (Debbie) AuBuchon; great grandchildren, Garrett, Lindsay and Steven. Also survived by her special friends at Heritage Place. Jennifer lived for many years in Naperville, IL and moved to Brookfield 3 years ago to be closer to her family. A Memorial Service will be held at a later date.
               
               
  Adolph Cornelius Liska

11-25-1890
Illinois
Cook
Chicago

10-8-1964
New York
Kings
Brooklyn

Buried
Green-Wood
Cemetery
Lot 33769
Section 131
Find A Grave
#179461737

First Wife
Pauline Solofski
2-9-1899
Illinois
Cook
Chicago

2-18-1936
Illinois
Cook
Chicago

Find A Grave
#174459196

Second Wife
May Florence Ahrens
6-15-1889
New York
Kings
Brooklyn

View 1922 Passport Application

Death
12-1963

Buried
Green-Wood
Cenetery
Lot 33769
Section 131
Find A Grave
#179461756

May Florence parents also buried in Green-Wood
cemetery.
  Census 1900
Illinois
Cook
Chicago
District 0258
Page 28

1320 West 16th Street
Census 1910
Illinois
Cook
Chicago
Ward 12
District 0578

2742 West 16th Street
WW1 Draft Registration
4729 North St. Louis in Chicago
Occupation Archtectural Draftsman

Adolph and Pauline
Census 1920
Illnois
Kane
Aurora
Ward 42
Page 18

229 Evans Avenue
Daughter Dorothy Listed

Census 1930
Adolph and Pauline
New York
Larchmont
District 178
Page 32

Daughters
Dorothy and Marion Listed

Adolph and Florence
Census 1940
New York
Kings
New York
24-1199
Page 19

95 Eastern Parkway

Daughters Dorothy 24 and Marioe 19 Listed

WW2 Draft Registration
95 Eastern Parkway Brooklyn, New York
Remarried to May Florence Liska
  Married Pauline Solofski on June 4, 1914 in Chicago.  There is a death record for Pauline liska (Pauline Gordon) born 2-9-1899 in Chicago, death 2-18-1936 in Chicago, burial 2-20-1936 burial place listed Mount Carmel Cemetery, Proviso Townsip, (Grave 4, Lot S 7, Block 7, Section 18) but residence address 145-28th Ave, Malba New York,  Dad Joseph Gordan born Nebraska, mom Josephine Dobek born German, spouse Adolph Liska.
Adolph C. Liska, widower, married May Florence Ahrens on 3-29-1937 in Manhattan.
               
    Children          
               
    Dorothy Liska
5-19-1916
Illinois
Cook
Chicago

Peter Galgano
9-22-1909
Most Records Liska
9-29-1909

6-12-1997
New York
Nassau
Floral Park

Cemetery of the Holy Rood
New York
Nassau
Westbury
Find A Grave
#171161248
    Peter Galgano
Census 1930
New York
Kings
Brooklyn
D0306
Page 35
337 Marrion St.

James Galgano 49
Lucy 48
Anna 22
Peter 20
Mickle 18
Albert 14
James 10
Louis 4

Dorothy Liska
Census 1930
Adolph and Pauline
New York
Larchmont
District 178
Page 32

Daughters
Dorothy and Marion Listed

Dorothy Liska
Adolph and Florence
Census 1940
New York
Kings
New York
24-1199
Page 19

95 Eastern Parkway

Daughters Dorothy 24 and Marioe 19 Listed
    Peter J. Galgano married Dorothy P. Liska on 12-21-1943   Marriage License issued in Brooklyn, New York City
Peter listed as USA army 7-29-1943 to 11-29-1945
               
      Children        
               
      Lawrence Galgano        
               
      Rita Galgano        
               
      Linda Galgano        
               
Mary Francis Liska
"Marion Liska"
10-29-1920
Illinois
Aurora

5-21-2003
New York
Schenectady
William Weber Beck
3-10-1922
New York
Wayne
Palmyra

11-9-2006
New York
Schenectady
Marion LIska
Census 1930
Adolph and Pauline
New York
Larchmont
District 178
Page 32

Daughters
Dorothy and Marion Listed

William Beck
Census 1930
New York
Wayne
Palmyra
D0030
Page 23
315 Hathoway Pl.

Leo Beck 36
Belle 32
William W. 8
Marion Liska
Adolph and Florence
Census 1940
New York
Kings
New York
24-1199
Page 19

95 Eastern Parkway

Daughters Dorothy 24 and Marioe 19 Listed
    "Schenectady - Mrs. Mary Frances (Marion) Beck died Wednesday, May 21, 2003 at St. Clare's Hospital.  She was born October 29, 1920 in Aurora, Illinois.  Mrs. Beck is survived by her husband, William, a son, William Jr. and his wife, Geraldine, four grandchildren, a sister, Dorothy Galgano of Floral Park, NY, two nieces and one nephew.  She was predeceased by a daughter, Kathleen Issacson.  Mrs. Beck was an anatomical gift program donator at Albany Medical College.  Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of Schenectady, Schenectady, NY."

"William W. Beck Sr. died Wednesday, November 8, 2006, at Kingsway Garden Apartments.  He was born March 19, 1992 at Palmyra, NY.  Mr. Beck is survived by his son, William W. Beck Jr., and his wife, Geraldine and four grandchildren.  Mr. Beck was an anatomical gift program donor at Albany Medical Collecge.  Memorial contributions may be made to: SICM Food Program, Schenectady, NY."

"Schenectady - Mrs. Belle Beck died sunday, May 18, 2003, at Kingsway arms Nursing Home.  She was born December 14, 1897 in Palmyra, NY.  She was married to Francis Leo Beck who died in OCtober of 1968.  Mrs. Beck is survived by a son, William and his wife, Marion; a grandson, William Beck, Jr. and gour greatgrandchildren.  She was predeceased by a granddaughter, Kathleen Issacson.  Mrs. Beck was an anatomical gift program donator at Albany Medical Colled.  Memorial contributions may be made to St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, Schenectady, NY."
               
      Children        
               
      Kathleen M. Beck Donald T. Issacson      
               
      William W. Beck Jr. Geraldine      
               
               
               
  Mamie Liska
Mae Liska
4-27-1893



2-24-1987
California
Orange

Fairhaven Memorial Park
California
Orange
Santa Ana
Find A Grave
#157004989
Parker Eugene Walker
8-15-1891
Missouri
Independence

10-20-1949
California
Orange

Fairhaven Memorial Park
California
Orange
Santa Ana
Find A Grave
#157004988
  Census 1900
Illinois
Cook
Chicago
District 0258
Page 28

1320 West 16th Street
Census 1910
Illinois
Cook
Chicago
Ward 12
District 0578

2742 West 16th Street
Census 1920
Missouri
Jackson
Kansas City
Ward 15
D0255
2321 Denver St.

Siblings Living Together
Sarah H. Walker 36
George 34
Julia 31
Lily 29
Parker 27
Census 1930
California
Orange
Orange
D0052
Page 40
216 N. Waverly St.
Parker E. 38
Mae 36
Raymond P. 6
Howard James 2

Census 1940
California
Orange
Orange
40-56
157 N. Waverly St.
Parker E. 48
Mae 46
Raymond 16
Jimmie 12
Virginia M. 7
Parker Eugene Walker married Mae Liska on October 2, 1920 in Ellsworth County, Kansas (Ancestry listing).
               
    Children          
               
    Kenneth Eugene Walker
10-18-1922
11-13-1922
         
               
    Raymond Park Walker

12-24-1923
California
Orange

2-17-2007

Fairhaven Memorial Park
California
Orange
Santa Ana
Find A Grave
#155309059
Floralyn Irene Groover

1-5-1926
California
Orange
      Census 1930
California
Orange
Orange
D0052
Page 40
216 N. Waverly St.
Parker E. 38
Mae 36
Raymond P. 6
Howard James 2

Census 1940
California
Orange
Orange
40-56
157 N. Waverly St.
Parker E. 48
Mae 46
Raymond 16
Jimmie 12
Virginia M. 7
    Raymond Park Walker married Floralyn Groower on 9-5-1953 in San Bernardino, California
               
               
               
    Howard James Walker

7-15-1927
California
Orange
Laguna Beach

1-15-1990
California
Orange
Laguna Beach
Helen Yule Griffin

12-25-1932
California
Los Angeles
Artesia

8-1-2013
California
Los Angeles
      Census 1930
California
Orange
Orange
D0052
Page 40
216 N. Waverly St.
Parker E. 38
Mae 36
Raymond P. 6
Howard James 2

Census 1940
California
Orange
Orange
40-56
157 N. Waverly St.
Parker E. 48
Mae 46
Raymond 16
Jimmie 12
Virginia M. 7
    Howard Walker married Helen Griffin on 12-14-1956 in Orange County, California
    Walker, Helen Yule, went to be with her Lord Jesus on Aug 1, 2013 surrounded by her loving family. Helen was born Christmas Day 1932 in Artesia, spent her childhood living with her family on their 20-acre ranch on Old Hwy 101 in Orange. Helen attended Orange schools and graduated from Orange Union High School in 1950. She met her husband Jim on a blind date in Orange and they enjoyed 57 wonderful years of marriage. She enjoyed playing bridge, touring with their 1913 IHC high wheeler truck, and spending time with friends and family. Helen was a very loving wife, mother and a doting grandmother. She was always there for her grandkids games and concerts, cheering or rocking out! She was loved by all and was a committed community activist and volunteer for the city she loved. She was the Treasurer for the City of Orange from 1994 - 2013 and enjoyed working with the council in helping to secure the financial future of the city. Helen was recognized as the City of Orange's Citizen of the Year in 1990 and also received the Rotary Club Recognition Award. She served on the board of Orange Historical Society, Miss Orange Scholarship Assoc., Orange Elderly Services, Soroptimist International of Orange, St. Joseph Hospital Guild, Orange Centennial Committee, Girl Scouts, PTA, and the Orange Women's Club. She also was a member of the Order of Eastern Star, PEO, and the Chapman University Celebration Committee. Helen's personality, loyalty, and her sense of humor made people feel at ease. Helen never met a stranger and always gave her all for her family, friends, and her community. Helen will be missed by many and will always be a big part of Orange. Helen is survived by her husband Jim; daughters, Georgia Porter (Bill), Carol Kensrue and son Bill (Carla); 8 grandchildren, Dustin, Jamie, Chase, Joshua, Cassie, Carrie, Cole and Rylee; and 5 great-grandchildren. A Celebration of Helen's Life will be held on Saturday, Sept. 21 at Voyagers Bible Church, 6000 Irvine Center Drive, Irvine at 10:00 a.m. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Orange Senior Center or Soroptimist Club of Orange.
    Jim went home to be with his Lord and Savior Jesus on Jan. 15, 2014. He was born July 15th, 1927 in Laguna Beach. When he was 3 his family moved to the city of Orange where he grew up and spent the rest of his life, graduating from Orange Union High School in 1945. Jim loved Orange and was still meeting at Watson's Drug store once a month for breakfast with his OHS classmates. While growing up Jim worked in his father's meat market, Walker's Market in Orange. Jim served his country in the US Navy towards the end of WWII as well as the Korean War, serving on the USS Halsey Powell. Jim met the love of his life Helen on a blind date and they were married for 57 years. He was a loving husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather or "GG Pa" as the little ones called him and always had a loving and thankful heart. He loved watching his grandkids in their sporting events and would light up when they would visit. Jim had a passion for cars, especially his 1913 IHC high wheeler truck that was known by the family as "Irving" which he purchased in 1949 and enjoyed restoring, tinkering and touring as a part of the Horseless Carriage Club. He was also a member of The Orange Historical Society, 20/30 Club, Izaak Walton League, TLARGI and Masonic Lodge.

Jim was preceded in death by his wife Helen 5 months ago and is survived by daughters, Georgia Porter (Bill), Carol Kensrue; son, Bill (Carla); 8 grandchildren, Dustin, Jamie, Chase, Joshua, Cassie, Carrie, Cole and Rylee; and 5 great- grandchildren.

A Celebration of Jim's life will be held on Friday, February 7th, 11:00 a.m. at Voyager's Bible Church, 6000 Irvine Center Drive, Irvine, CA 92618.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Voyager's Bible Church or the Historical Society of Orange, P.O. Box 5484, Orange 92863.
               
    Virginia  Mae Walker

7-11-1932
California
Orange

4-1-1990
Arizona
Maricopa
Phoenix

Paradise Memorial Gardens
Arizona
Maricopa
Scottsdale
Find A Grave
#141644777

William Holmberg

12-1-1931
      Census 1930
California
Orange
Orange
D0052
Page 40
216 N. Waverly St.
Parker E. 38
Mae 36
Raymond P. 6
Howard James 2

Census 1940
California
Orange
Orange
40-56
157 N. Waverly St.
Parker E. 48
Mae 46
Raymond 16
Jimmie 12
Virginia M. 7
    Virginia M walker married William A. Holmberg on 7-6-1952 in Orange County, California
               
               
               
               
  Charles Osborne Liska

10-18-1895
Illinois
Cook
Chicago

6-28-1964
Illinois
Cook


Buried
Bohemian
National
Cemetery

Find A Grave
#152664726
Ethel Vancura
Ethel Van Cura

1897


1-1963
Illinois
Cook

Buried
Bohemian
National
Cemetery

Find A Grave
#152664807
  Census 1900
Illinois
Cook
Chicago
District 0258
Page 28

1320 West 16th Street
Charles
Census 1910
Illinois
Cook
Chicago
Ward 12
District 0578

2742 West 16th Street

Ethel
Census 1910
Illinois
Cook
Chicago
Ward 34
ED 1487
Page 19

2238 S 43rd St

Joseph 56 (WD)
Adolph 18
James 15
Tillie (Ethel) 13
WWI Draft Registration Address 2742 West 16th Street
Occupation Architectural Draftsman

Charles and Ethel
Census 1920
Illinois
Cook
Cicero
District 46
Page 8

2109 58th Avenue

Charles is an architect.
Census 1930
Illinois
Cook
Chicago
D1918
Page 1

6716 North Maplewood

Charles 44
Ethel 43
Beryl 7
Robert 4

Charles is an architect.

Census 1940
Illinois
Cook
Maine
ED 16-231
Pages 16-17
118 Chester

Charles 44
Ethel 43
Beryl 17
Robert 14

WW2 Draft Registration Address 118 N. Chester in Park Ridge, Illinois

Occupation Architect
  Married 8-14-1919 Chicago, Illinois          
  Ethel Van Cura arrived in the USA on 7-27-1902 aboard the ship Statendam from Port Rotterdam to NYC.  The family included father Joseph 44, mother Marie 44, siblings Maria 20, Jaros 17, Jaroslav 16, Katalin 14, Adolf 8, Wencel 7, Etel 4.  Passenger information lists brother Joseph was already in the USA and Chicago.
  January 1963 - Ethel Liska, beloved wife of Charles O.; dear mother of Robert C. and Beryl Drobeck; fond grandmother of six; sister of Joseph and James Van Cura. Resting at Ryan-Parke Funeral Home, 120 S. Northwest highway, Park Ridge, where services will be held Tuesday, Jan. 29, at 2 p.m. Interment private. Memorials to the Shriners Hospital for Crippled Children. Visitation after 5 p.m. Sunday. 823-1171.
  June 30, 1964 - Charles O. Liska, beloved husband of the late Ethel; loving father of Robert C., and Beryl Drobeck; dear grandfather of six; brother of Adolph, Mae Walker, Alice Higgs, and Blanche Dolcek. Resting at Ryan-Parke Funeral Home, 120 S. Northwest highway, Park Ridge, where services will be held Wednesday, July 1, at 2 p.m. Interment private. Memorials to the Shriner Hospital for Crippled Children, 2211 N. Oak Park avenue, Chicago. Member of Oriental lodge, No. 33, A. F. & A. M. Visitation 6 to 10 p.m. Monday and Tuesday. 823-1171.
               
    Children          
               
    Beryl Liska

1-24-1923
Illinios
Cook

3-2-2011
New York
 Hans Peter Drobeck

Germany
Wolfratshausen

2-6-2004
New York
      Census 1930
Illinois
Cook
Chicago
D1918
Page 1

6716 North Maplewood

Census 1940
Illinois
Cook
Maine
ED 16-231
Pages 16-17
118 Chester

Charles 44
Ethel 43
Beryl 17
Robert 14
               
    NORTH GREENBUSH -- Hans P. Drobeck, 80, of Pine Street, died Tuesday, January 6, 2004 at Albany Memorial Hospital after a brief illness. Born in Germany, he was son of the late Herman and Anna Gertraud Drobeck and husband for 55 years of Beryl Liska Drobeck. He was born in Wolfratshausen, Germany and was raised in Newark, Delaware. He later resided in Syracuse, Detroit and since 1956 in the North Greenbush area. Dr. Drobeck earned his bachelor's degree from the University of Delaware and his master's and doctorate from Syracuse University. Dr. Drobeck was head of the Department of Toxicology for Sterling Drug in Rensselaer for 30 years, retiring in 1987. He was a past officer of the Society of Toxicology and a member of Sigma Xi and the First Unitarian Universalist Society of Albany. He was an active volunteer with the American Lung Association, Troy Chromatics Concerts and HSORA and an Army veteran of World War II serving as a paratrooper in the Philippines. Survivors, in addition to his wife, include two daughters, Karen Watson (Thomas J. III) of Key Largo, Fla. and Susan Drobeck (Dr. Samuel Berne) of Santa Fe, N.M.; two sons, Peter Drobeck of Denver, Colo. and David Drobeck of Salt Lake City, Utah; a brother, Klaus Drobeck (Elaine) of Fredericksburg, Texas and three grandchildren, Kristen Starbuck and Melissa and Jason Drobeck. A memorial service will be held Saturday, January 17th, at 2:00 p.m. from First Unitarian Universalist Society of Albany, 405 Washington Avenue, Albany with Rev. Samuel Trumbore, Pastor, officiating. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in memory of Dr. Drobeck to American Lung Association, 3 Winners Circle, Suite 300, Albany, NY 12205-1187 or the charity of one's choice. Arrangements by Bryce Funeral Home Inc., 276 Pawling Avenue in Troy.
   
NORTH GREENBUSH On Tuesday, February 1, 2011, Beryl L. Drobeck died peacefully at home in North Greenbush, N.Y. Beryl was born in Chicago, Ill. to Charles and Ethel Liska. She was an award-winning student and swimmer in high school and went on to receive her BS degree in bacteriology and para-sitology from the University of Chicago in 1944. She then participated in malaria research there before taking a job at Dupont where she met her future husband, Hans Peter Drobeck. A dedicated mother and wife, Beryl also enjoyed volunteering. She taught Red Cross swimming for nearly 20 years, held various positions at AAUW, tutored in the public schools and became a hospice volunteer. When her children grew older, she returned to research. As an electron microscopist at Albany Medical College, she assisted in published toxicology research. Her inquisitive nature also led her to host exchange students from Japan, Bolivia and Denmark, forming friendships that lasted her entire life. She introduced them to her cultural and creative passions which were classical music, art, ballet, fabulous cooking, sewing, gardening, bird-watching, and well-behaved dogs. Beryl's husband, Hans Peter Drobeck, died in 2004. She is survived by her children, Karen Watson, Peter Drobeck, David Drobeck, and Susan Drobeck; and her brother, Robert C. Liska. A service in Beryl's honor will be held on Saturday, February 19 at 2 p.m. at the First Unitarian Universalist Society of Albany, 405 Washington Avenue, Albany. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in her name to The Community Hospice of Rensselaer County, 295 Valley View Blvd, Rensselaer, NY 12144. For a private family guest book please visit www.brycefh.com.
               
               
    Robert Charles Liska

10-14-1925
Illinois
Cook

10-11-2015
Colorado
Denver
Denver
Fort Logan National Cemetery
Find A Grave
#161029695
Helen Etta Rinehart

9-27-1928
Illinois
Cook
Chicago

8-5-2009
Colorado
Denver
Denver
Fort Logan National Cemetery
Find A Grave
#177361283
    Helen
Census 1930
Illinois
Cook
Chicago
D1954
Page 17
1915 Summerdale

Arthur Rinehart 32
Adeline 33
Clifford 3
Helen 1

Census 1940
Illinois
Cook
Chicago
103-3247
Page 4
1915 Summerdale

Arthur Rinehart 42
Edeline 43
Clifford 13
Helen 12
Dale 2
Census 1930
Illinois
Cook
Chicago
D1918
Page 1

6716 North Maplewood

Census 1940
Illinois
Cook
Maine
ED 16-231
Pages 16-17
118 Chester

Charles 44
Ethel 43
Beryl 17
Robert 14
    Robert C. liska enlisted on 1-21-1944 Fort Sheridan Illinois  Robert Liska married Helen Rinehart on 8-16-1952 in Cook County
               
  Blanche Edna Liska



12-17-1899
Illinois
Cook
Chicago

6-27-1982
Kansas
Russell
Russell

Burial
Russell
City
Cemetery

FindA Grave Link
Victor Paul Dolecek

3-1-1895
Kansas

5-12-1960
Kansas

Burial
Russell
City
Cemetery

FindA Grave Link
  Census 1900
Illinois
Cook
Chicago
District 0258
Page 28

1320 West 16th Street
Census 1910
Illinois
Cook
Chicago
Ward 12
District 0578

2742 West 16th Street
Census 1920
Kansas
Ellsworth
Black Wolf
District 33
Page 1

Living with married sister Lillian Liska Hloucal and her family.
Census 1930
Kansas
Russell
Russell
District 16
Page 30

Victor is a partner in a motor car company.

Census 1940
Kansas
Russell
Russell
84-16C
Page 37

Victor is a salesman in an auto agency.
  Married Victor Dolecek on 10-18-1921
               
    Children          
               
    Victor D. Dolecek

9-18-1922
Kansas
Russell
Russell

6-21-1944
Killed in Action

Burial:
Netherlands American Cemetery and Memorial
Margraten
Eijsden-Margraten Municipality
Limburg, Netherlands

FindA Grave Link

        Census 1930
Kansas
Russell
Russell
District 16
Page 30

Census 1940
Kansas
Russell
Russell
84-16C
Page 37
  Information Posted at findagrave.com - Newspaper clipping: Born and reared in Russell, grad. R.H.S. 1940, student of K.U. when he enlisted in the Army Air Corp in Oct. 1942. He was a bombardier on a B-24. Leaves his parents of Russell; brother Bob who is in training in the Navy's V-12 program at Rice Institute, Houston, TX; and sister Mary Ellen of the home. Included in the World War II Honor List of Dead and Missing of Army and Army Air Force Personnel from Kansas. Data obtained from the National Archives and Records Administrations (NARA). This man was listed as KIA (Killed in Action). 
               
    Robert D. Dolecek
7-9-1925

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      Census 1930
Kansas
Russell
Russell
District 16
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Russell
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    Mary Ellen Dolecek

11-9-1930
Kansas
Russell
Russell

4-11-1977
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Sedgwick
Wichita

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Thomas Edward Gruber

5-1-1926
Kansas
Morris
White City

6-26-1993
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Russell
Russell

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      Census 1930
Kansas
Russell
Russell
District 16
Page 30

Census 1940
Kansas
Russell
Russell
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Mary Ellen Gruber, daughter of Victor and Blanche (Liska) Dolecek was born November 9, 1929 at Russell. She died April 11, 1977, at St. Francis Hospital, Wichita, after a long illness.
Mary Ellen received her education in the Russell schools, graduating from high school in 1947. She and Thomas E. Gruber were married in Russell on April 24, 1949. She was a bookkeeper at the Buick garage and later at the Chevrolet dealership under owners Joe Schlageck and Bob Lyda. She was a member of Trinity United Methodist Church, VFW and American Legion Auxiliaries.
She was proceeded in death by her father and by a brother Victor Dolececk Jr. Survivors included her husband, Tom; a son, Randy; daughters, Vicky Fisher and Amy Gruber; her mother, Blanche Dolechek; a brother: Robert Dolechek; and four grandchildren.

    Thomas Edward Gruber was born May 1, 1926, in White City, Kansas, the son of Thomas A. and Eithel (Funk) Gruber. He died June 26, 1993, at the Russell Regional Hospital. Mr. Gruber grew up in White City and was a graduate of White City high School. He was a U.S. Navy veteran of World War II and a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the American Legion, both of Russell. He was a longtime Russell resident and worked as shop manager at Lyda Chevrolet and later at Grover's Auto Repair. His wife, Mary Ellen Dolecek, died in 1977. Survivors included a son, Randy; two daughters, Vicky Fisher and Amy Colbert; a brother, Robert; and six grandchildren.