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251 Section 42 Lot 625 #3 HAYES, Francis George James (I30)
 
252 Section B, Concession 01503 LEGER, J.B.Octave Charles Napolean Arthur (I736)
 
253 Section B, Concession 01503 LEGER, George Henry (I741)
 
254 Section B, Concession 01503 REYNOLDS, Sophia Frances (I742)
 
255 Section F, Concession 00077E REYNOLDS, Sara (I744)
 
256 Section F, Concession 00077E REYNOLDS, James Eneas (I728)
 
257 Section F, Concession 00077E MADIGAN, Julia (I729)
 
258 Section P, Plan 2 REYNOLDS, Margaret Ann Elizabeth (I745)
 
259 She, her husband and 3 sons traveled with the Old Lutherans to New York City, then Buffalo, New York and then on to Milwaukee, Wisconsin STIEMKE, Maria Sophia (I1893)
 
260 Ship carpenter, 51, b. Germany, $1,500 in real estate. Sons Martin and John in household along with second wife Maria, her son Hermann Gerschwitz, others. BRUSS, Martin Friedrich (I930)
 
261 Sophie Kane REYNOLDS, Sara (I744)
 
262 Soundex Index to Naturalization Petitions for the United States District and Circuit Courts, Northern District of Illinois and Immigration and Naturalization Service District 9, 1840-1950 (M1285) BRUSS, Martin Friedrich (I930)
 
263 Spelled Elenore Konopacy per her mother's intention WOYAK, Eleanor (I1254)
 
264 Sponsers were:
Peter Ward & Elizabeth Magone 
KEAN, Bernard (I4516)
 
265 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F733
 
266 Stevens Point Journal (Wisconsin), Friday, Oct 31, 1952
Edwin A. Pehoski

Edwin A. Pehoski, 54, town of Stockton, died at St. Michael's hospital at 8:30 o'clock this morning. He had been in ill health for the past year and a half and entered the hospital as a patient last April 22, remaining there since.
He was born in the town of Bevent, Marathon County, on March 15, 1898, the only son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Leon Pehoski.
On May 26, 1924, he was married to the former Frances Meronk of the town of Buena Vista at St. Martin's Catholic Church in Buena Vista.
Following their marriage the couple resided in Milwaukee until 1942 with Pehoski operating a radio shop there during the time.
From 1942 until 1946 he was the manager of the Konkolville Lumber Company at Polonia and from then until his recent illness was manager of the Rosholt Box factory at Rosholt.
Mr. Pehoski was a member of the Holy Name society at St. Martin's church at Ellis.
Surviving are his wife; one son Robert, Milwaukee, a daughter, Mrs. Frank Sliva, Milwaukee, two grandchildren and five sisters; Mrs. Leon Mallberg and Mrs. Dan Cameron, Milwaukee, Mrs. Thomas Mahinski, 505 Union Street, Mrs. Louis Williams Harford and Mrs. William Worzella, Cudahy.
Funeral services will be at St. Martin's church at Ellis Monday morning at 10:30 o'clock. Burial will follow in the parish cemetery.
Friends may call at the Crosby Funeral Home where prayers will be said at 8 o'clock Saturday and Sunday evenings.

Stevens Point Daily Journal (Wisconsin)

Funeral of Mr. Pehoski

Rev. Emil Hodnik officiated at funeral services at 10:30 o'clock Monday morning for Edwin A. Pehoski, 54, town of Stockton, who died at St. Michael's hospital last Friday morning.
The services were conducted at St. Martin's Catholic Church at Ellis and burial followed in the parish cemetery.
The pallbearers were Sylvester Check, Frank Guth, James Stauss, Edward Rusin, Ben Klesmith and Ted Witczek.
Those who attended the services from a distance were Mr., and Mrs. Robert Pehoski, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Mallberg, Mrs. Dan Cameron, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Meronk, Mr. and Mrs. David Meronk, Mrs. Phillip Meronk, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kluck and son, Joe and Andrew Charnecki all of Milwaukee.
Mr. and Mrs. William Worzella and family, Cudahy; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Williams and family, Hartford; Mr. and Mrs. William Cummins, Des Plaines, Ill.
Second Lt. Albert Mahinski and Cpl. Richard Meronk, Camp Atterbury, Ind; Mrs. Agatha Guth, Racine; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meronk and Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Wanta, Hatley; Mr. and Mrs. Anton Meronk and Mrs. Rose Grulkowski, Bevent and many other relatives and friends from Portage county and vicinity.

Stevens Point Journal lists Edwin's place of birth as Bevent, Marathon County, Wisconsin.

Frances B. Meronk Pehoski's notes list Town of Sharon, Portage County, WI


Multiple Myeloma 
PEHOWSKI\PIECHOWSKI\PEHOSKI, Edwin A. (I1894)
 
267 Stevens Point Journal (Wisconsin), Saturday, August 8, 1981

Robert E. Pehoski

Robert E. Pehoski, 54, 6675 Highway 10, town of Stockton, died Friday morning at St. Michael's Hospital. He suffered a massive heart attack one week ago.
The Rev. Dan Koslowski will conduct a memorial service at 10 a.m. Monday at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Custer. Mr. Pehoski donated his body to Medical College of Wisconsin for scientific purposes.
Mr. Pehoski was born Nov. 25, 1926, in Milwaukee, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin A. Pehoski. When he was 16, he moved with his family to the town of Stockton. He attended P.J. Jacobs High School from 1943 to 1945. In 1945 he was inducted into the U.S. Army where he served as a demolition specialist, mail orderly, and a parachutist. He earned the Asiatic Pacific Ribbon and Victory Medal.
On Aug. 27, 1949, he married Laura Dziekan at St. Stanislaus' Church in Stevens Point. After a three year stay in Milwaukee, the couple settled in Stevens Point where Mr. Pehoski was employed by the Stevens Point Division of Consolidated Papers, Inc., until his death.
He was a member of Immaculate Conception in Custer.
Survivors include his wife; three daughters, Jeanne 2240A Main St., Mrs. Bernadette Kraeger, Wausau, and Margaret, at home; four sons, John, Marathon City, Charles, Markesan, Christopher, Mt. Horeb, and Peter, Keesler AFB, Miss.; his mother, Mrs. Frances Pehoski, Portage County Home; one sister, Mrs. Lillian Sliva, Wisconsin Rapids; and one grandchild.
Hw was preceded in death by his father and one infant son.



Cause of death--massive heart attack

Diabetes 
PEHOWSKI\PIECHOWSKI\PEHOSKI, Robert Edwin (I1908)
 
268 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F835
 
269 Sugar Creek VEREIDE, Ole (Olso(e)n) Obsolon (Absalon) (I136)
 
270 Sugar Creek SANDAL (SANDEL), Martha (Mary) Nelson (I137)
 
271 Suicide
Gun-shot wound to the head

Carcinoma of lower right jaw 
BRUCE, Walter M. (I4137)
 
272 Teckla grew up in the house on Hwy 66. Teckla's brother Felix stayed on the farm and Felix's son, Joey and daughter, Margie lived there in 1996.
Teckla lived on homestead with Victor and Violet, then Rosholt by Ray and then a home in Wisconsin Rapids input 12/96. 
WOYAK, Teckla (I1345)
 
273 The Bruss family reached Milwaukee either in 1839 with the large group of Old Lutherans, or came in 1842 as Wm. G. Bruce recorded. 1839 is more likely as WGB reported his father August arrived when 9 years old and he was born in 1830. STIEMKE, Maria Sophia (I1893)
 
274 The Firkus website has Lucille and Roman marrying in 1951 instead of 1950 Family F836
 
275 This approximate birthdate is surmised based on her age of 37 when emigrating in 1839 from Cammin to America. Surname spelled as in Iwan book. Is Stiemcke in 1828 marriage record. Name may have evolved from Steinke, Steincke, Steyncken [Low German]. STIEMKE, Maria Sophia (I1893)
 
276 Thomas & Catharina Szymanski FREDACH, Walentine (Valentine) (I2077)
 
277 Thomas Symanski, ? Sikorski FREDACH, Joseph (I2076)
 
278 unsure JACH\YACH, Frank (I1087)
 
279 unsure JACH\YACH, Paul (I1088)
 
280 Vol 147, Page 336 BRUCE, Augustus Frederick (I914)
 
281 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F270
 
282 Vol 1941 #254 or 259 PEHOWSKI, Sophia (I664)
 
283 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F272
 
284 Vol 209 Page 426 Family F387
 
285 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F12
 
286 Vol 393, Page 8 Family F1416
 
287 Vol 466 BRUCE, Clara E. (I4019)
 
288 Vol 6, Pg. 115 Family F1516
 
289 Vol 8, Pg 299 Portage County Courthouse Family F462
 
290 Vol B Pg 192 #214 PEHOWSKI, Dorothy (I680)
 
291 Vol B Pg 210 #62 PEHOWSKI, Alois (I678)
 
292 Vol C, Page 130 Family F465
 
293 Vol E 8 217 #69 PEHOWSKI, Henry S. (I683)
 
294 Volume 5, Page 337 Family F1508
 
295 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. PEHOWSKI, Dorothy Rosiland (I18)
 
296 West Prairie Family F60
 
297 WGB wrote: "While still a young man, Martin F. Bruce went south and located at Pensacola, Florida. This was before the Civil War. John went to California. Augustus F., who later became the father of William George Bruce, remained in Milwaukee." BRUCE, Augustus Frederick (I914)
 
298 Where his son Martin Freidrich Bruss was born, married. His name is Johann Bruss on the marriage record of son Martin Friedrich Bruss. BRUSS, Johann Fridrich (I4369)
 
299 William Kelly & Catherine Taylor REYNOLDS, James Eneas (I728)
 
300 Wisconsin Rapids Tribune, Wisconsin

William Worzella

William (Tom) Thomas Worzella, 40, 1331 17th St., Died Sunday, Sept. 4, 1988 after a lengthy illness.
Grave side services will be at 3 p.m. Thursday at Forest Hill Cemetery. The body will be cremated.
Worzella was born in Stevens Point, Dec. 1, 1947, to Martha and William Worzella. He married Kathy Hansen, Jan. 28, 1982, in Nevada.
He was self-employed as a fitness equipment salesman.
Survivors include his wife; a daughter, Angela Worzella; and a sister, Julianne Bronder, N.C.. He was predeceased by his parents. 
WORZELLA, William Jr. (I1927)
 

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