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Naturalization: Josef (Joseph) Wonsowicz, NY

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Naturalization: Josef (Joseph) Wonsowicz, NY

Posted: 5 Sep 2005 2:02PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 25 Jan 2006 3:20PM GMT
Surnames: Wansawicz, Wonsowicz, Wynn, Regula, Chwiej, Kizelewicz
Petition for Naturalization sworn and filed: October 1, 1937, Buffalo, NY

Josef Wonsowicz, 1465 Genesse St., Buffalo, NY
Occupation: buffer polisher
Born: Polnica, Poland on January 10, 1898
Race: Polish
Emigrated to America from Antwerp. Belgium at New York, NY under the name Josef Wansawicz on June 10, 1913 on the vessel SS Zeeland.

Wed: Mary Magdalene (Regula) June 26, 1919 at Buffalo, NY.
Mary was repatriated November 19, 1938 U.S. District Court, Buffalo, NY.

Name changed from Josef Wonsowicz to Joseph Wynn

Witnesses:
Anthony Chwiej
Occupation: Rentier
131 Van Rensselaer St, Buffal, NY

Joseph Kizelewicz
Occupation: Restaurant Proprietor
229 Mackinaw St., Buffalo, NY

Certificate of Naturalization: June 4, 1942
Joseph Wynn, 1465 Genesee St., Buffalo, NY
Complexion: medium
Eyes: blue
Hair: brown
Height: 5 feet 71/2 inches
Weight: 140 pounds
Distinctive marks: tattoo on right arm
Marital status: married
Former nationality: Polish

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