Obit: Slowinski, Anton (1872 - 1956)


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Surnames: Slowinski, Pasieta, Barthels, Seufzer, Bivans


----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 03/22/1956


Slowinski, Anton (26 AUG 1872 - 21 MAR 1956)


Anton Slowinski, 83, a resident of Stanley for many years, died at his home on Wednesday morning.


He was born in Poland, Aug. 26, 1872.  He learned the harness trade in Poland as a boy, and immigrated to the United States in 1890, settling in Chicago where he was a harness maker.  In 1898 he moved to Pulaski, Wis., where he operated a harness shop for five years.  Then he moved to Stanley where he had since resided and operated a harness shop.


He married Anna Pasieta in Chicago on June 17, 1895.


Survivors include his wife; four sons, John of Stanley, Anton of Eau Claire, Theodore of Chicago, and Henry of Milwaukee; three daughters, Mrs. Lucille Barthels of Wausau, Mrs. Mary Seufzer of Owen, and Mrs. Josephine Bivans of Stanley; 10 grandchildren and 1 great-grandchild.



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