That is so nice of you.
One of the people that is giving me a problem is my father in law and his parents. I will tell you what I know.
He was born Henry J. Klodzinski (1908). I have found him, his parents and siblings in the 1910, 1920, & 1930 census. I believe the J. stands for Joseph. The 1910 census lists the last name as Klodziski. He was born in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois. His father was Isador; also spelled Isadore,Izedor. Henry had the following siblings: Helen b:1901, Irene (Irine) b:1910, Florian b:1911, George b:1914. Henry's mother was Josephine. I have found Josephine Krajecki born Jan 25, 1879, died April 18, 1922, who is Henry's mother and Isador's wife. (Sent away for death certificate)Josephine is buried in St. Adelburt's Cemetary according to the death certificate. I haven't found her in the church records. Henry married Elizabeth Carroll. I cannot find this marriage anywhere......Henry J. Klodzinski changed him name to "Clody" before he married Elizabeth. My husband did not find this out until his father died and it said Klodzinski on the death certificate. But I cannot find the marriage under Klodzinski or Clody. Henry died Sept 10, 1971. but I cannot find a record of that either. I found a Henry J in Erie, N.Y. but that is not him. His last address was Levittown, New York. He worked for the Railroad so he may have other benefits that Social Security. (Long Island Railroad). His father, Isador's, middle name was Frank (Military Record). Isador is spelled Izedor here. Date of Birth May 10,1875.
chicago, cook county, ill. Isador's wife Josephine Krajecki was born Jan 25, 1879, and died April 18,, 1922 and buried
at St Adalburts. my family tree is "The Clody family"