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151 Harman Clark letter LYNDE, Helen Jeanette (I3469)
 
152 Harman Clark letter CLARK,, Harman Reed Jr (I3470)
 
153 Harman Clark letter Family F1127
 
154 Harman Clark letter Family F1128
 
155 Harman Clark letter Family F1129
 
156 Harman Clark letter Family F1130
 
157 Harman Clark letter Family F1131
 
158 Harman Clark letter Family F1132
 
159 Harold Smock lists birth as 25 Aug 1832 SMOCK, Hiram N. (I3177)
 
160 He died of pneumonia at 5 months of age. KRYSTYNIAK, Anthony (I886)
 
161 He died while on a tour of the Holy Land AUST, Ernst Karl Wilhelm (I4450)
 
162 He fell in a well and broke his neck. BUCKNER, Ignatius (I340)
 
163 He is not listed with his parents on the 1880 census. MADUZIA, Felix (I114)
 
164 He is the nephew of Mike Lucher who's son Casimir married Katherine Maduzia LUCHER, Joseph Pete Jr (I840)
 
165 He sold the family homestead in Agnetendorf and moved to Giersdorf, the birthplace of his wife. AUST, Benjamin (I3203)
 
166 He was baptized on 13 Nov 1870, indicating that he may not have been born in New Waverly. PASKET, Adalbert (I681)
 
167 He was listed as 28 yrs old in April of 1883, on ship records. GRYCH, Wojciech (I299)
 
168 He was not naturalized because he had spent time in the penitentiary. POLKA, Jan (I94)
 
169 He was the first casualty of New Waverly, TX in army, WW II. SKALBA, Louis Joseph (I578)
 
170 Head of household in 1910 LAUDERBAUGH, Catherine (I37)
 
171 Head of household in 1920 LAUDERBAUGH, Catherine (I37)
 
172 Her birth is listed as 31 Dec 1832 and 31 Jan 1833 in the church records. KLOC, Jozefa (I629)
 
173 Her death date is based on the fact that her husband remarried in 1910. He was listed as a widower. MADUZIA, Katherine (I117)
 
174 Her death date is based on the fact that Jadwiga was never in Texas with her parents. She probably died in Austria as a youth or infant. MADUZIA, Jadwiga (I954)
 
175 Her husband Valentine remmaried Catharina Ryba on 9 Oct 1836. MICHON, Marianna (I933)
 
176 Her mother is also listed as Anna Abroska. NOWAK, Pelagia (I1940)
 
177 Her name has been listed as Sarah Van Sant BARENTS, Sara (I3278)
 
178 Her name is listed as Marianna on the birth records of all of her children, but is listed as Catharina on the marriage record of son, Valentine. Catharina probably refers to Catharina Ryba, Valentine's 2nd wife. I have not found a birth record for Marianna. MICHON, Marianna (I933)
 
179 Her name is listed as Marianna on the birth records of all of her children, but is listed as Catharine on the marriage record of son Valentine. I have not found her birth record. MICHON, Marianna (I933)
 
180 Her name is listed as Pietrzyk on her marriage record and several birth records. PIETRZYK, Zofia (I1370)
 
181 Her name was listed as Deloris Polka on her daughter's birth record POLKA, Lucille Alice (I203)
 
182 Her name was listed as Mary Wisneski in the church records. WITUCKI, Mary (I2387)
 
183 Her Stepfather's name was Marshall THOMAS, Bertha Anna (I3482)
 
184 His father is listed as Andrea in the New Waverly church records. VENARSKE, Michael (I1915)
 
185 His marriage record lists his parents as Michael Wyripkowski and Catharine Mozaska. WYRIPKOWSKI, Ignatius (I1923)
 
186 His name is listed as Henry in the Wojcik family section of the Walker County history book. He is listed as simply Andrea in the St Jospeh's New Waverly marriage records. He is listed as Henry and Henry Andrea in several other St Jospeh's New Waverly church records. WOJCIK, Andrea (I1591)
 
187 His wife, Victoria Ciszek, remarried on 6 Feb 1872. WINARSKI, Jozef (I1289)
 
188 Ibid above SMOCK, Hiram M. (I3192)
 
189 In 1880 Albert paid $3.75 in state and county taxes on an assesed value of $60.00. He had no real property, but did have the following personal property; 1 buggy valued at $20.00, 2 horses or mules valued at $30.00, 1 cow valued at $5.00 and miscellaneous valued at $5.00. MADUZIA, Wojciech (I110)
 
190 In 1881 Albert paid $6.91 in state and county taxes on an assesed value of $460.00. He had 80 acres of real property valued at $400.00 and the following personal property; 2 horses or mules valued at $40.00 and 2 cattle valued at $20.00. MADUZIA, Wojciech (I110)
 
191 In 1882 Albert paid $5.35 in state and county taxes on an assesed value of $480.00. He had 80 acres of real property valued at $400.00 and the following personal property; 1 buggy valued at $20.00, 2 horses or mules valued at $40.00 and 2 cattle valued at $20.00. MADUZIA, Wojciech (I110)
 
192 In church rocords of suburbium Debica Family F335
 
193 Info from Harold Smock thru David L's letter SMOCK, Hiram M. (I3192)
 
194 info from Harold Smock thru David L's letter SMOCK, Charles A. (I3194)
 
195 Information from letter to Maria Smock SMOCK, Foster (I3156)
 
196 J. Polka was listed as father on Joseph Polka Sr's death certificate. PALKA, Jakub (I85)
 
197 Jacob was on a merchant marine ship docked in Pensacola when he got in a fight with the 1st mate. He thought that he had killed the 1st mate and he jumped ship. The Greek community hid him from the athorities. He had visited Pensacola in 1913 and had asked for the hand of Bertha Seiffert. He left FL in Aug 1915 and came to Houston with Bertha. GHEORGHIU, Jacob (I25)
 
198 Jane's name may have been Wene or Wayne, her mother married Barent Smoc WEEN, Jane (I3282)
 
199 Joe D. was living with his sister Mary and her husband Joe F. Maduzia in 1920. POLKA, Joseph Dee (I202)
 
200 John filed his Declaration of Intention, but was never actually naturalized. His declaration was rejected because he had spent time in a Texas penitentuary. POLKA, Jan (I94)
 

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