1909 - 1975 (65 years)
||Frances H. Malinoski Arnold |
||22 Nov 1909
||22 Jan 1975
||Albany Medical Center, Albany, New York
||Doldgeville Cemetery, Doldgeville, New York
||Abeling Family Tree | Ancestors of Brian Abeling
||24 Dec 2007 |
||Andrew Joseph Malinoski, b. 20 Nov 1883, Poland according to 1930 census , d. Dec 1969 (Age 86 years) |
||Mary Piniaha Malinoski, b. 1885, d. 1940 (Age 55 years) |
||Andrew Malinoski and Mary Piniaha Family|
Special thanks to Toni Malinoski Shuster for providing a copy of the photo.
||Andrew Malinoski Family|
smallest child upfront: Ed
front left girl: Nellie
front right girl: Antonia
girl on the left: Fran
back middle boy: Frank
boy on the right: Tony
In the back, mother, Mary, holding Julia
In the back right, father, Joseph.
Special thanks to Antonia Malinoski Shuster for providing a copy of the photo.
||Andrew Malinoski Family Notes|
Obtained from Toni Malinoski Shuster. Note reads...
This is some information on Andrew Malinowski: He had a brother, Bartek, and a sister but her name is unknown. They were born in Cgylatyce (spelling?), Poland. Andrew at age 22 married Mary Piniaha age 20 in 1907. He served 3 yrs in the Austrian army in Yaroslaw, Dopkowice. He was discharged from the army but was ordered not to leave the country because war was very much talked about. We left on April 15, 1913 and arrived in St Johnsville May 20.
This is the address from there:
Bartek Malinowski Family
Notes from Brian Abeling: This note has been attached to both the Malinoski and Piniaha families - as the departure and arrival dates to America are significant to both families since the Piniaha and Malinoski families came to the US together on the same ship to the US in 1913.
||1930 US Census: Oppenheim, Fulton County, New York|
living on Kringsbush Rd...
John M Baum, 71
wife, Alice, 65
son, Malvin, 29
Olin J Hart, 31
wife, Sara L, 21
daughter, Pauline M, 2
son, Olin J, less than 1 yr
Joseph A Malinoski, 45, born in Poland, listed as speaking both Polish and English
wife, Mary (nee Piniaha), 43, born in Poland, listed as speaking only Polish
son, Anthony, 18, born in Poland, listed as speaking English only.
[all three family members listed above are listed as immigrating to the US in 1913. All children listed below were born in New York]
son, Frank, 15
daughter, Nellie, 11
daugther, Antonia, 9
son, Edward, 6
daughter, Julia, 4
daughter, Amelia, 2
daughter, Anna, 1
||1920 US Census: Oppenheim, Fulton County, New York|
Living on Kring Bush Road...
Joe Malinoski, 34, born in Austria, immigrated to the US in 1914
wife, Mary (nee Piniaha), 35, born in Austria, immigrated in 1914
daughter, Francis, 11, born in Austria, immigrated in 1914
son, Tony, 9, born in Austria, immigrated in 1914
son, Frank, 5, born in NY
daughter, Nellie?, 2, born in NY
||Glenn T. Arnold, b. 19 Mar 1900, d. 30 Jul 1967 (Age 67 years) |
||29 May 1931
||18 Apr 2007 |
||1921 Kringsbush School, located in rural St. Johnsville, New York|
Photo was obtained from the following web page: http://www.rootsweb.com/~nyfulton/schools/Kringsch.html
Photo submitted by Eva Keba of St. Johnsville. She appears in the second row, fifth from the left.
Students and some younger "guests" in the photo were identified by Mrs. Keba as follows:
First row (l-r): Moses Lyons, Frank Malinoski, Francis Tompson, Lillian Moskey, Carrie Mae Lyons,
Hazel Gray, Kathryn Gray and Dora Lamphere.
Second row (l-r): Joe Lyons, Myron, Kenneth Failing, Tony Malinoski, Eva Moskey, Carrie Gray,
Jessie Moyer, Gladys Lyons and Dora Battisti.
Third row (l-r): Tony Vito, Marian Smith, Roosevelt Smith, Frances Malinoski, Tony Korniat,
Frances Lamphere, Mr. Charles Seaman (instructor), Clarence Gray, Herbert Moyer, Dorothy
Marcellus, Delilah Gray and Addie Tompson.
Absent that day were: Rose Tompson, David Failing and Floyd Battisti.
The Kringsbush school was located on the southern border of the Town of Oppenheim, very close to St. Johnsville.
The school burned during the summer of 1965, but it had been used until 1948.
The last teacher in this school was Miss Mary Leahy.
||Toni Malinoski Shuster and Frances Malinoski Arnold.|
Photo was taken July 1964. Toni Malinoski Shuster on the left, and her sister Frances Malinoski Arnold on the right.
||Annie and her father, Andrew Joseph Malinoski on her wedding day.|
Annie is on the left, accompanied by her father, Joseph Andrew Malinoski. Behind them, wearing glasses, is her aunt, Frances Malinoski Arnold.
||Obituary for Frances Malinoski|
||Frances Malinoski Arnold Obituary|
Obtained from Utica Daily Press Newspaper dated Saturday, Jan 18, 1975
Full copy of the newspaper page is available at...