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Purman Zielinski Family Lines

Notes


Mary A. WYRYBKOWSKI

various spelling possibilities
Wyrzykowski


Joseph ZIELINSKI

1 _FA6
2 PLAC buried at Mt. Olivet-Saginaw-sec I- 370
buried at Mt. Olivet

Grandpa married previously-first wife died in childbirth?
1. had 2 boys and 1 girl with 1st wife
Can't make out which ones of these are w/1st wife and which wereMagdelina's by 1st husband
Michael died Black Plague
Walter died Black Plague
Martin (Detroit) died at 35 yrs. old-killed-was 3 yrs old when came to US. So was born about 1880. died about 1915.
Victoria died of polio
Verna
Agnus or Angus?

Going by obituary the above children were not by previous marriage but Joseph and Magdelina's and all died in Poland but for Martin. Martin would have been born in 1880 but is not listed in obituary.

Saginaw Daily News - Tuesday, January 2, 1934 (pg. 8)
Joseph Zielinski, Pioneer Here, Dies

Joseph Zielinski, 83, a resident of Saginaw 52 years, died Tuesday morning at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Walter Galonska, 1421 North Twentieth street. He was born in Poland March 19, 1852, and was married there September 1, 1878, to Miss Magdeline Michalski. They came to the United States, coming directly to Saginaw, in 1883. Mr. Zielinski was a member of St. Rita's church, of St. Andrew's and St. Albert's societies and the Roman Catholic Benevolent association of Saginaw.

He leaves, besides his widow, five daughters, Mrs. Hedwic Grondalski, Mrs. Galonska, Mrs. Helen Purman and Mrs. Frank Koslakiewicz-Koski of Saginaw and Mrs. William Hallman of Detroit; a brother, Stanley Zielinski of Manistee, 19 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.

Funeral services will take place at 8:30 a.m. Friday at Mrs. Galonska's home and at 9 a.m. at St. Rita's church. Rev. Fr. Stanley Sikorski will officiate and burial will be in Mt. Olivet.


Magdalina MICHALSKI

1 _FA6
2 DATE 14 JUL 1941
2 PLAC Mt. Olivet-Saginaw-Sec. I 321-Wair or Wain Funeral Home-St. Rita's CC


buried at Mt. Olivet

Grandma (Florence) Wazny told me that Grandma Zielinski was a Michalski?

Possible Birth
Magdalena MICHEL
Sex: F

Event(s):
Christening: 21 Jan 1859
Roemisch-Katholische, Biebern, Rheinland, Preussen

Parents:
Father: Christophori MICHEL
Mother: Margarethae HOFFMANN

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Source Information:

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Batch number: Dates Source Call No. Type Printout Call No. Type
C994682 1844-1875 0583621 Film NONE


Jonathan PROPP

Index: Saginaw News / C5
Saturday, July1, 1978
Name:
PROPP, JOHN
Spouse's Name:
VIRGINIA PURMAN
Date of Birth:
Friday, June 4, 1909
Place of Birth:
BENNIE, MI
Date of Death:
Friday, June 30, 1978
Miscellaneous


Vern F. PURMAN

Saginaw News / D7
Friday, June 24, 1994
Name:
PURMAN, VERN
Spouse's Name:
IRENE RONDO
Date of Birth:
Sunday, October 17, 1915
Date of Death:
Wednesday, June 22, 1994
Miscellaneous
Cemetery:
ST. ANDREW MAUSOLEUM


Irene RHONDO

Saginaw News / D9
Thursday, February 17, 1994
Name:
PURMAN, IRENE
Maiden Name:
RONDO
Spouse's Name:
VERN F.
Date of Birth:
Thursday, November 11, 1915
Date of Death:
Wednesday, February 16, 1994
Place of Death:
SAGINAW, MI
Miscellaneous
Cemetery:
ST. ANDREW MAUSOLEUM


Joseph ZIELINSKI

1 _FA6
2 PLAC buried at Mt. Olivet-Saginaw-sec I- 370
buried at Mt. Olivet

Grandpa married previously-first wife died in childbirth?
1. had 2 boys and 1 girl with 1st wife
Can't make out which ones of these are w/1st wife and which wereMagdelina's by 1st husband
Michael died Black Plague
Walter died Black Plague
Martin (Detroit) died at 35 yrs. old-killed-was 3 yrs old when came to US. So was born about 1880. died about 1915.
Victoria died of polio
Verna
Agnus or Angus?

Going by obituary the above children were not by previous marriage but Joseph and Magdelina's and all died in Poland but for Martin. Martin would have been born in 1880 but is not listed in obituary.

Saginaw Daily News - Tuesday, January 2, 1934 (pg. 8)
Joseph Zielinski, Pioneer Here, Dies

Joseph Zielinski, 83, a resident of Saginaw 52 years, died Tuesday morning at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Walter Galonska, 1421 North Twentieth street. He was born in Poland March 19, 1852, and was married there September 1, 1878, to Miss Magdeline Michalski. They came to the United States, coming directly to Saginaw, in 1883. Mr. Zielinski was a member of St. Rita's church, of St. Andrew's and St. Albert's societies and the Roman Catholic Benevolent association of Saginaw.

He leaves, besides his widow, five daughters, Mrs. Hedwic Grondalski, Mrs. Galonska, Mrs. Helen Purman and Mrs. Frank Koslakiewicz-Koski of Saginaw and Mrs. William Hallman of Detroit; a brother, Stanley Zielinski of Manistee, 19 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.

Funeral services will take place at 8:30 a.m. Friday at Mrs. Galonska's home and at 9 a.m. at St. Rita's church. Rev. Fr. Stanley Sikorski will officiate and burial will be in Mt. Olivet.


Ida ZIELINSKI

Mass card - Ida Grondalski
b. 05 October 1884
d. 20 March 1969 Saginaw


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