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Wladislaw BANNACH[1, 2, 3, 4, 5]

Male 1899 - 1946


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  • Name  Wladislaw BANNACH 
    Nickname  Walter 
    Born  8 Feb 1899  Plover, Portage, Wisconsin, United States Find all individuals with events at this location  [1, 2, 3, 4, 5
    Gender  Male 
    Died  Jan 1946 
    Notes 
    • Walter BANNACH Obit compiled from the Stevens Point Daily Journal, Wed Jan 2, 1946, Thursday Jan 3, 1946 and Tues Jan 8, 1946



      Walter BANNACH, 1899-1946



      Walter BANNACH, age 46, 331 Fifth Avenue, died Tuesday at the veterans hospital at Wood, which he entered on October 5. He had been seriously ill the past two months.



      Mr BANNACH was born Feb 8, 1899, in the Town of Plover, a son of Mr and Mrs Felix BANNACH. He grew up in the Plover area and later worked at Waukegan, IL, and Kenosha. He was married to Miss Anna BUZA of Stevens Point on Sept 3, 1928, at Waukegan. After their marriage the couple moved to Stevens Point where Mr BANNACH worked for the Wisconsin River Paper and Pulp Company until his illness.



      Funeral services will be held Monday at St Peter's Catholic church.



      Military rites will be conducted by Romulus Berens Post No. 6, American Legion, of which he was a member. Mr. BANNACH entered military service on July 21, 1917, in Stevens Point, as a member of Troop I, First Wisconsin Cavalry, and was later a member of Battery E, 120th Field Artillery. He was discharged on May 21, 1919, after serving overseas from January 1918 to the time of discharge.



      Survivors include his wife, his mother, of Waukegan, two children at home, Marcella and Clarion, six sisters, Mrs Leo PULCHIN of Green Bay, Mrs Ann SULLIVAN and Mrs Frances MALLAHAN of Waukegan, Mrs Esther MAKULA and Mrs Eleanor MAGNAN in CA, and Mrs Helen KINGSLAND of Chicago, and five brothers, John, Ben and Theodore BANNACH of Stevens Point, Ray of Waukegan and Julius of Menasha.



      Pallbearers were his brothers, Theo, John, Ben and Julius BANNACH, and John MILCHAREK and Louis ZBLEWSKI.



      Those who attended the funeral from a distance away included his mother, Mrs Felix BANNACH, Mrs Ann SULLIVAN and Ray BANNACH, all of Waukegan IL, Mrs William KINSLAND of Chicago, Mr and Mrs Leo PULCHIN of Green Bay, Mr and Mrs Paul BANNACH of Mosinee, Mrs Esther MAKULA and Mrs Eleanor MAGNAN of CA, and Sgt Dolores BANNACH of Camp Edwards, MA.



      Prais Funeral Home assisted the family.



      NOTE: This is not a complete obit, and due to copyright restrictions, was compiled from obits printed in the Stevens Point Daily Journal, Wed Jan 2, 1946, Thursday Jan 3, 1946 and Tues Jan 8, 1946. Copies of obits may be obtained from: http://library.uwsp.edu/Obits/



      See also: http://www.rootsweb.com/~wiportag/military/TroopI.htm



      Joan M BENNER, Golden Rule Genealogy

      Member, Association of Professional Genealogists and Rootsweb Sponsor
    Person ID  I1676  Brian & Darcy Zalewski
    Last Modified  12 Feb 2011 

    Father  Alexander Felix BANACH,   b. Abt 1864, German Poland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 31 Oct 1943, Waukegan, Lake, Illinois, United States Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Mother  Mary WOYAK,   b. Jan 1879, Polonia, Portage, Wisconsin, United States Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1951 
    Married  5 Feb 1894  Polonia, Portage, Wisconsin, United States Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID  F586  Group Sheet

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  • Sources 
    1. [S15] Obituary.

    2. [S174] 1900 US Census, Town of Buena Vista, Portage Co., Wisconsin; 100; Sheet 5A; h.91 f.92; Wladislaw Banach; 7 March 2010.

    3. [S190] 1905 Wisconsin State Census, Ward 4, Stevens Point, Portage Co., Wisconsin; Walter Banach.

    4. [S181] 1910 US Census, Buena Vista, Portage Co., Wisconsin; 48; Sheet 2B; h.23 f.24; Walter Banach; 12 February 2011.

    5. [S173] 1920 US Census, Plover, Portage Co., Wisconsin; 74; Sheet 2B; h.43 f.46; Walter Bannach; 12 February 2011.


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