Obit: Zdun, John (1886 - 1952)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Email: dolores@wiclarkcountyhistory.org

 

Surnames:  Czerniak Zdun, Dzik Nowak Nulton Pawala
 

----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) January 10, 1952

 

Zdun, John (22 Dec 1886 - Jan 1952)

 

John Zdun, who operated a farm in the Washburn community for 20 years, will be buried this (Thursday) afternoon from the Gilbertson Funeral Home in Granton, with the Rev. Virgil Nulton of Neillsville officiating.

 

Mr. Zdun died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Chester (Maymie) Czerniak, at Chicago. The body was brought to Granton for services. Burial will be made in the Neillsville City Cemetery.

 

Survivors include his daughter; six sons, Casimir of Prosper, Minn.; Joe, Emil and John, Jr. of Pittsville; Ernest of Marshfield, and Edward of Wisconsin Rapids.

 

His wife preceded him in death on June 24, 1947 (death: 16 June 1913; burial: 18 June 1913 Justice, Cook, Illinois, United States), as did one child and a brother.

 

Other survivors include two brothers, Tom and Frank of Detroit, Mich., and six grandchildren.

 

Illinois, Cook County Deaths
 

Name John Zdun
Event Type Death
Event Date 07 Jan 1952
Event Place Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United States
Address 2521 N Marmore Ave
Gender Male
Age 65
Marital Status Widowed
Race White
Occupation Farmer
Birth Date 07 Dec 1886
Birthplace , , Poland
Funeral Home Poterek Funeral Home
Burial Place: (Neillsville, Wisconsin)
Cemetery Neillsville
Father's Name Casimer Zdun
Mother's Name Mary Pawla
Informant's Name Mayme Czarnecki
Entry Number 660

 

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Obit: Zdun, Helena (17 Feb 1915 - 19 Apr 1915)

 

Illinois, Chicago, Catholic Church Records show a daughter: Helena Zdun Baptism 07 Mar 1915 Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United States Female, born to Joannes Zdun Anna Dzik

 

Illinois, Cook County Deaths
Name Helena Zdun
Event Type Death
Event Date 17 Apr 1915
Event Place Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United States
Address 1620 N Marshfield Ave
Gender Female
Age 0
Marital Status Single
Race White
Birth Date 17 Feb 1915
Birthplace Chicago, Cook, Illinois
Funeral Home A Lisowski
Burial Date 19 Apr 1915
Burial Place Chicago, , Illinois
Cemetery St Adalbert
Father's Name Jan
Mother's Name A Dzik
Informant's Name J Zdun
 

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BioM: Dzik, Anna (1912)

 


Illinois, Chicago, Catholic Church Records
Name Jan Zdun
Event Type Marriage
Event Date 01 Oct 1912
Event Place Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United States
Gender Male
Marital Status Single
Father's Name Casimirus Zdun
Mother's Name Maria Pawala
Spouse's Name Anna Dzik
Spouse's Gender Female
Spouse's Father's Name Franciszek Dzik
Spouse's Mother's Name Maria Nowak

 

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1930 Federal Census, Washburn, Clark, Wisconsin, United States, District: 0041, Family 82, Line 60


Name: John Zdun, white, married male
Immigration Year: 1909
Father's Birthplace: Poland
Mother's Birthplace: Poland

Household Members
Head John Zdun M 42 (22 Dec 1886) Poland
Wife Anna Zdun F 37 (2 Feb 1892) Poland
Son Casmer (Casearius Joannes Zdun) Zdun M 16 (17 Jun 1913) Illinois
Son Joseph Zdun M 14 (1916) Illinois
Son Edward Zdun M 11 (14 Sep 1918; d. 9 Nov 1984)) Illinois
Son Ernest Zdun M 9 (1921; d. 13 Feb 1990 in Dove City, Wis.) Wisconsin
Son Emil (Stanley) Zdun M 7 (4 May 1923; d. 24 Nov 1996; buried in Pittsville, Wood, Wis) Wisconsin
Son John Zdun M 5 (26 Jul 1925, d. 18 Jul 1980, burial: St. Joachims Cem., Pittsville, Wood, Wis) Wisconsin
Daughter Mary (Marjore) Zdun F 0 (1930 - )Wisconsin

 

1940 Federal Census, Washburn Town, Clark, Wisconsin, United States, District: 10-41, Family 4, Line 11

 

John Zdun, white married male
Last Place of Residence: Same House

Household Members
Head John Zdun M 54 Poland
Wife Anna Zdun F 48 Poland
Son Joe Zdun M 22 Illinois
Son Edward Zdun M 20 Illinois
Son Ernest Zdun M 18 Wisconsin
Son Emil Zdun M 16 Wisconsin
Son John Zdun M 14 Wisconsin
Daughter Marjore Zdun F 10 Wisconsin

 

 


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