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Re: Broniszewski family

Posted: 6 Feb 2011 6:20AM GMT
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1930 Boonville, Oneida, New York
Broniszewski
Stanley, head, 48, Poland, Poland, Poland, Farmer - Dairy
Anna, wife, 48, Poland, Poland, Poland
Stephen, son, 20, Pennsylvania, Poland, Poland
Charles, son, 16, Pennsylvania, Poland, Poland
Jennie, daughter, 12, Pennsylvania, Poland, Poland
Leon, son, 10, New York, Poland, Poland
Helen, daughter, 8, New York, Poland, Poland
*Stanley and Anna state that they both got married at age 21
*Stanley states he immg in 1906 and Anna in 1905

1920 Boonville, Oneida, New York
Stanley, head, 46, Poland, Poland, Poland, Farmer
Anna, wife, 38, Poland, Poland, Poland
Stanley Jr., son, 20, Germany, Poland, Poland
Anna, daughter, 14, Poland, Poland, Poland
Steve, son, 11, Pennsylvania, Poland, Poland
Bertha, daughter, 8, Pennsylvania, Poland, Poland
Charley, son, 6, Pennsylvania, Poland, Poland
Gina, daughter, 2 yrs 5 months, Pennsylvania, Poland, Poland
Leo, son, 0 months, New York, Poland, Poland

Oneida County New York Obit Records
Name: Broniszewski Leon J
Date of Death: Dec 25'87
Father's Name: Broniszewski Stanley
Mother's Name: Maloleksy Anna
Spouse's Name: Platt Shirley

Name: Blazejewicz Mrs
Date of Death: Jan 4'73
Father's Name: Broniszewski Stanley
Mother's Name: Maleszy Anna
Spouse's Name: Blazejewicz Edward

Name: Patrick Edwin J
Date of Death: Jan 7'75
Father's Name: Patrick Edward
Mother's Name: Jennings Emma
Spouse's Name: Broniszewski Helen
Spouse's Date of Death: 08/11/60

The Post Standard
Syracuse, New York
01 March 1971

C. J. Broniszewski, 57
Dies; Services Today

NORWICH — Charles J.
Broniszewski, 57, of 12 Silver
St., died Friday at Chenango
Memorial Hospital after a
short illness.
He was born in Homestead,
Pa.He had been associated
with Victory Markets in Norwich
more than 25 years in
several food management positions,
including meat cutter
and district superintendent of
the meat department.
He began his career in food
management during World
War II when, as a staff sergeant,
he served as supervisor
of food distribution for the
Army in the western Pacific.
He was a member of St.
Paul's Church, Norwich
Lodge 1222, BPOE, and Christi
Rock Post 2782, VFW.
He is survived by his wife,
Mrs. Mary Estelow Broniszewski;
three daughters,
Charlotte and Catherine Broniszewski
both of Norwich, and
Mrs. David Franchell of
Munnsville; three sisters,
Mrs. John Novitt of Chicago,
Mrs. Edward Blazejewicz of
Oriskany Falls, and Mrs.
Donald Hennessy of Boonville,
a brother, Leo Broniszewski
of Munnsville; three grandchildren;
and several nieces,
nephews and cousins.
Services will be at 10 a,m.
Monday at R. J. Fahy Funeral
Home, and at 10:30 a.m. in
St. Paul's Church. Burial will
be at a later date in Riverview
Cemetery, Oxford.

Syracuse Herald Journal
Syracuse, New York
27 December 1987

Leon J. Broniszewski
Leon J. Broniszewski, 68, of 131
B Mulholland Road, Cleveland,
died Friday at home after a long
illness.
He was born Dec. 24, 1919. in
Boonville to Stanley and Anna
Maioleksy Broniszewski.
He married the former Shirley
Platt in Stockbridge. Feb. 8,1946.
He was a resident of Oneida for
almost 25 years.
He was employed at various jobs
in the area. His last job was as a
custodian for the Vernon-Verona
School District. He retired in 1975.
He was a member of American
Legion Post 169 in Oneida and of
the Disabled American Veterans.
He was an Army veteran of World
War II, serving with the U.S. Army
Battery A #517 Field Artillery
Battalion.
He saw active duty in Luzon-,
Northern Solomons and Japan. He
received medals of honor including
the American Service Medal, Philippines
Liberation Ribbon, Asiatic-
Pacific Service WWII Victory
Medal and a Good Conduct Medal.
He was a carbine expert with
the 175 Ml rifle, MKM.
Surviving are his wife, Shirley;
two sons, Leon of Verona and
Charles of Canastota; three daughters,
Rosalie Hartson of Verona,
Holly Carroll of Oneida and Shannon
Morgan of Canastota; one-sister,
Jean Hennessey of Boonville;
18 grandchildren and several
nieces and nephews.
Military funeral services will be
Monday at the convenience of the
family at the Fioree Funeral
Home, 303 Main St, Oneida, with
the Rev. Moritz Fuches officiating.
Burial will be in Glenwood
Cemetery, Oneida.
There are no calling hours.

Syracuse Herald American
Syracuse, New York
23 March 1952

Miss Alma Hart
To Become Bride
WATERTOWN — The engage-
ment of Miss Alma M. Hart of 27
State St., daughter of Mrs. Louis
E. Hart of 919 Alexandria st.
Carthage, to Charles J. Broniszews-
ki of 146 Union st., son of Stanley
Broniszewski of Boonville, has been
announced.
Miss Hart is a graduate of the
Carthage High School, class of
1939, and was employed by the Na-
tional Paper Products at Carthage.
She is now in the production con=
trol office of the New York Air
Brake Company.
Broniszewski is a graduate of
Boonville High School, class of
1936, and served six years in the
Army. He was discharged in 1947.
He is manager of the meat depart-
ment of the Pa? Market where
has been employed for the last five
years.
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