Bio: Kadonsky, Amelia (92nd Birthday - 1935)
Transcriber: Robert Lipprandt
Surnames: Bucholtz, Kadonsky, Kinzell, Shead, Stallman, Stoughton
----Source: The Tribune - Phonograph (Abbotsford, WI) 3/29/2017
Originally published in the Abbotsford Tribune, March 28, 1935.
Mrs. John Kadonsky, a resident of Abbotsford since 1914, celebrated her ninety-second birthday anniversary Monday, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Frank Stoughton, Abbotsford.
Relatives and friends gathered at the Stoughton home. In the evening the guests were entertained by pictures of past incidents, which were projected on a screen by a reflectoscope, operated by Frances and John Kadonsky, grandsons of Mr. Kadonsky.
Mrs. Kadonsky was born in Austria March 25, 1843. She was married there in 1863 to John Kadonsky. The couple came to American, settling at Milwaukee, where five children were born to them - Mrs. Frank Stoughton, Abbotsford; Mrs. Peter Kinzell, Minot, ND; Mrs. Louis Buholtz, Nekoosa; John, town of Holton and Frank Abbotsford.
From Milwaukee, the family moved to a farm in the town of Houlton. In 1914, they came to Abbotsford where Mr. Kadonsky died in 1920.
Among those present at the celebration Monday weer Mr. and Mrs. Anton Stallman, Corinth; Mrs. Bert Shead, Portland, OR; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bucholtz, Nekoosa; Mr. and Mrs. John Kandonsy and sons town of Houlton; and Mrs. and Mrs. Frank Kadonsky and children, Abbotsford.
Mrs. Kadonsky is enjoying good health and is still active.
Obituary of Amelia Kadonsky
Obituary of John Kadonsky
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