Generation -1    Family 2

George Torski

Anna Strilecki

Generation -2    Family 1

Anton Rebel

Barbara Naumann

Generation -2    Family 2

John George Torski

Agatha Anna Rebel

Marjorie Annie Torski

Roy H. Phillips

Generation 0    Family 2

Hobart Leonard Pringle

Gertrude Marie Torski

Alexander T. Treneff

Generation 0    Family 3

John Phillip Torski

Mary Ann Marshall

Generation 0    Family 1

Biographical Facts

John George Torski

born:

July 16, 1898

Kadobestie, Bukovina, Roumania

died:

September 4, 1987

[doc]             Mansfield, Ohio

Agatha Anna Rebel

born:

January 5, 1903

Austria/Hungary

died:

December 19, 1992

[doc]               Shelby, Ohio

 

married:

October, 17, 1922

Rouleau, Saskatchewan, Canada

George Torski

born:

 

 

died:

 

 

Anna Strilecki

born:

 

 

died:

c. 1910

Kadobestie, Bukovina, Roumania

 

married:

 

 

Anton Rebel

born:

June 28, 1869

Austria/Hungary

died:

September 3, 1931

Mansfield, Ohio

Barbara Naumann

born:

May 13, 1875

Austria/Hungary

died:

June 27, 1948

Mansfield, Ohio

 

married:

November 5, 1894

Austria/Hungary

Marjorie Annie Torski

born:

March 25, 1923

Rouleau, Saskatchewan, Canada

died:

living, 2005

Mansfield, Ohio

Roy H. Phillips

born:

July 30, 1918

Johnstown, Pennsylvania

died:

July 10, 1984

Clyde, Ohio

 

married:

c. 1946

Mansfield, Ohio

divorced:

 

 

Hobart Leonard Pringle

born:

September 19, 1905

Weston, West Virginia

died:

January 19, 1984

Mansfield, Ohio

 

married:

c. 1975

Mansfield, Ohio

Gertrude Marie Torski

born:

1925

Rouleau, Saskatchewan, Canada

died:

living, 2005

Newark, Ohio

Alexander T. Treneff

born:

July 23, 1924

Mansfield, Ohio

died:

October 26, 1998

Newark, Ohio

 

married:

c. 1947

Mansfield, Ohio

John Phillip Torski

born:

January 23, 1929

Rouleau, Saskatchewan, Canada

died:

November 30, 1996

Mansfield, Ohio

Mary Ann Marshall

born:

April 14, 1930

Mansfield, Ohio

died:

living, 2005

Mansfield, Ohio

 

married:

July 3, 1951

Mansfield, Ohio

Documentation

John George Torski Obituary

Mansfield News Journal, September, 6, 1987

Services for John G. Torski, 89, formerly of 955 McPherson St. who died Friday, will be held Tuesday at 1 p.m. in the Diamond Street Home of the Wappner Funeral Directors by the Rev. R. J. Hahn of Ontario United Methodist Church.  Burial will be in the Mansfield Cemetery.  Friends may call at the funeral home one hour before the service.  Memorial contributions may be made to the Salvation Army.  Born July 16, 1898 in Austria-Hungary, Mr. Torski lived in Mansfield most of his life.  He was a weigh master for Mansfield Grain Elevator.  Surviving are his wife Agatha A., two daughters, Marjorie A. Pringle of Mansfield and Mrs. Alex (Gertrude) Treneff of Newark, one son, John P. of Mansfield, 12 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren.

Agatha Anna Rebel Obituary

Mansfield News Journal, December 20, 1992

Agatha A. Torski, 89, of 955 McPherson St. died unexpectedly Saturday at Heritage Care Center.  She was born Jan. 5, 1903, in Austria-Hungary, the daughter of Anton and Barbara Naumann Rebel, and lived in Mansfield since 1931.  Mrs. Torski was formerly employed by JCPenney Co., Mansfield Tire and Rubber Co. and Dominion Electric for 23 years.  Surviving are a son, John P. Torski of Mansfield; two daughters, Marjorie Pringle of Mansfield and Gertrude Treneff of Newark; 12 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; two sisters, Gertrude Lemley of Lexington and Marcella Bowden of Newark; two brothers, Phil Rabel of Mansfield and Frank Rebel of Mansfield; and several nieces and nephews.  She was preceded in death by her husband of 66 years, John G. Torski; five brothers, Tony, Val, Max, Pete and Joe Rabel; and a sister Eve.  Calling hours are today from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Ontario Home of Wappner Funeral Directors, where services will be held Monday at 10:30 a.m. by the Rev. Richard Parks of the Ontario United Methodist church.  Burial will be in Mansfield Cemetery.  Memorial contributions may be made to the Salvation Army or Heritage Care Center.

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