Pvt. Frank Joe Emil Bartosh

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Pvt. Frank Joe Emil Bartosh

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Ammannsville, Fayette County, Texas, United States
Death: June 14, 1964 (50)
Weimar, Colorado County, Texas, United States (Carcinoma of Stomach)
Place of Burial: Columbus, Colorado County, Texas, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of John Mikolas Bartosh and Mary Bartos
Husband of Cecelia "Ceil'' Bartosh
Father of Private and Private
Brother of Victor L. Bartosh; Justin Victor Bartos; John Adolf Bartos; Mary Martha Bartos; Lillie Helen Russell and 3 others

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About Pvt. Frank Joe Emil Bartosh

Final Rites for Frank Bartosh, 50, Held Tuesday

Funeral services for Frank Bartosh,50, former Ammannsville and Weimar resident who had been manager of the I. Lauterstein & Son Store in Columbus the past 14 years, were held Tuesday morning, June 16, at Columbus.

Officiating in services at Untermeyer Funeral Home and St. Anthony's Catholic Church were Rev. Alex J. Krause [sic] and Rev. Joseph Deane of Columbus, Rev. Gedeon Stram of Mentz and Rev. A.W. Didner of Eagle Lake.

Mr. Bartosh died at 10:00 a.m. Sunday in Youens Hospital here, of cancer. He had been ill five months.

He had been district deputy of knights of Columbus District 36 the past two years, was a past Grand Knight of the Columbus KC council, and was a member of the American Legion, VFW, and Chamber of Commerce there.

Born Dec. 8,1913, at Ammannsville, he was a son of Mr. and Mrs. John N. Bartosh. A graduate of Weimar High School, he clerked at the Lauterstein Store here 14 years before going to Columbus. He was a combat veteran of World War II, serving 37 months in the Pacific. He married Miss Cecelia Kana of Holman on April 2,1945.

Surviving in addition to his widow are two daughters, Kathryn, a 1964 graduate of Columbus High School, and Ilene, also at home; his mother, Mrs. John Bartosh of Ammannsville; three sisters, Miss Mary Bartosh of Sugarland, Mrs. Louis Zalesky of Dayton and Mrs. Tom Russell of San Antonio; and three brothers, Justin and John Bartosh of Ammannsville and Victor Bartosh of Sugarland. A brother, Ivan, died in a drowning accident in 1949.

Mr. Bartosh had himself chosen his pallbearers. They were A.J. Brune Jr., Jerry Mikeska, L.J. Polach, Gene Pilar, Henry Hajovsky, Jimmy Mikulenka, Leonard Bartos and John Hajovsky.

Weimar Mercury, June 18,1964, page 1



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Pvt. Frank Joe Emil Bartosh's Timeline

1913
December 8, 1913
Ammannsville, Fayette County, Texas, United States
1964
June 14, 1964
Age 50
Weimar, Colorado County, Texas, United States
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St. Anthony Catholic Church Cemetery, Columbus, Colorado County, Texas, United States