|Birth: ||Apr. 26, 1844|
|Death: ||Dec. 13, 1928|
Grand Island (Nebraska) Daily Independent Tuesday, December 18, 1928:
Farwell, Neb., Dec. 18. (Special)--"After more than sixty years of wedded like together, death separated Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Nadolinski, early residents of Howard county, by only three days. Mr. Nadolinski's death occurred at his home here on December 12, and on December 15, Mrs. Nadolinski passed away, both deaths resulting from influenza. Both were buried side by side in the Catholic cemetery at Posen, services for Mr. Nadolinski being held Friday and for his wife on Monday, from St. Anthony's Catholic church here, Rev. Father Hinzeman officiating.
"Stanley Nadolonski was born in Poland, April 20, 1844. On November 10, 1867, he was untied in marriage with Pauline Jarka, who was also born in Poland, Dec. 23, 1851. With their family, they came to America in 1881, locating in Howard county on a farm near Elba on which they resided for many years. Due to ill health, they moved to Elba in 1901 and in 1925 came to Farwell to make their home with one of their daughters, Mrs. Mary Strzelicki.
"Twelve children were born, one child dying in infancy, one at the age of 14 years and Katherine Mytkos, in 1925. The surviving children are five sons, Joseph and Antonio, of Omaha; John and Pete, of Brule; Frank, of Hastings; four daughters, Mary Strzelicki, Farwell; Rosie Budzinski, Ashton; Hattie Jarosz, Omaha; Frances Pawloski, of Ericson; as also 45 grandchildren and eight great grandchildren.
"In 1927, Mr. and Mrs. Nadolinski observed their sixtieth wedding anniversary, the event being celebrated with a family reunion."
[Note: The son "Antonio" living in Omaha was actually a daughter Antonia. In a 1916 portrait of the family, she is called "Aunt Tony." And on the ship's manifest when they arrived, "Antonie" is a female. Her married surname is unknown.]
Stanislaus (Stanley) Nadolinski was born April 16, 1844, in Jeziorzany, Gneizno, Poland, and baptized April 28th. [At the time of his birth, Jeziorzany was in the province of Poznan (Posen)].
Stanley's parents were Valentin (Walter) Nadolinski [b. Slawno 1801; d. Feb. 17, 1869 in Jeziorzany] and Marianna Jarzyna Nadolinski [b. July 1, 1810 in Waliszewo, Gneizno; d. June 2, 1860 in Jeziorzany.]
Stanley's parents had married November 25, 1829 in Waliszewo, Gniezno, Poland.
Stanislaus (Stanley) Nadolinski, age 24, married Appolonia Jarka, age 16, in 1867 in Dziekanowice. Jeziorzany is one of several very small villages in Gniezno County, and the village of Dziekanowice is where the Catholic church is located.
Stanislaus (Stanley) and Appolonia (Pauline) Nadolinski immigrated to the United States from Hamburg on the Ship Gemma, arriving May 10, 1881, in New York. They were accompanied by five children: Josef, Franz, Antonie, Johann, and Marie. Their former residence is listed as "Szymanowo, Posen (Poznan)." They were accompanied on the ship by Stanley's brother Joseph Nadolinski, his wife Rosalia Niklas Nadolinski, and their children.
Stanley and Pauline had the rest of their children in Elba, Nebraska, where they owned a large tract of land. Stanley's brother Joseph lived in Elba for about ten years and then relocated to Milwaukee, WI. Stanley's half sister Mary and half brother Jan, from his father's second marriage, lived in Elba as well, and his half sister Antonina lived in Omaha, NE.
Stanley died at age 84.
Brother Joseph Nadolinski
Half-sister Mary Nadolinski Panowicz
Half-sister Antonina Nadolinski Wozniak
Half-brother Jan Nadolinski
Pauline Jarka Nadolinski (1851 - 1928)
Joseph J. Nadolinski (1871 - 1941)*
Rosalia A Nadolinski Budzinski (1881 - 1962)*
Teckla Nadolinski Jarosz (1884 - 1966)*
Saint Anthony Catholic Cemetery
Maintained by: Molly H.
Originally Created by: Kay Cynova
Record added: May 15, 2010
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