Search for content in message boards

Stanislaw Steve Lada, chzech., Poland, Missouri USA,

Stanislaw Steve Lada, chzech., Poland, Missouri USA,

Terrie Hoelting nee Lada (View posts)
Posted: 27 Aug 2001 1:14AM GMT
Classification: Query
Stanislaw 'Steve' (Stive) Lada born February 1854 in Russia Poland. He married Helena Solvceska. She was born 1864 in Russia Poland.

Stanislaw is buried in Calvary Cemetery in St. Louis,MO. Section 16, Lot oooT, grave # 324. Calvary Cemetery records page 386. There is no headstone, however I did photograph the location of the grave.

Stanislaw "Steve" Lada's children are:
1.Stanislaus 'Steve" -born December 1883 Russia Poland
2.Stella -born December 1885 Russia Poland
3.Joseph -born December 1887 Russia Poland
4.Ollie Walter -born January 6,1890 Russia Poland
5.Alexander -born February 1891 Russia Poland
6.Thomas -born December 1896 Missouri, USA
7.Leo -born June 1898 Missouri
8.Annie- born April 1899 Russia Poland

Also I am trying to connect:
Julia Lada of St. Louis to Stanislaw 'Steve' Lada. Julia's son John Struminski married Stanislaw's grand daughter Leona Agnes Lada. It is also thought that Julia had siblings Helen and Frank.
Adam Lada of St. Louis to Stanislaw 'Steve' Lada. Adam is married to Josephine 'Jozepha'. Adam and Josephine 'Jozepha' are buried together in Calvary Cemetery in St. Louis, MO. Stanislaw 'Steve' Lada is buried with a girl by the name of Josephine Lada age 13.

I am a descendant through Stanislaw's son Ollie Walter Lada who is also buried in Calvary Cemetery in St. Louis,MO. with his wife (Opal Agnes Hynes) and in-laws (James Harlan Hynes and Nannie Mary Yates) Ollie is not listed on the 1900 census with his parents and 7 siblings, HOWEVER, Ollie did name them specifically on his social security application as his parents. POSSIBLY there was an error on the census and Ollie and Alexander are one and the same??????

Ollie Walter Lada had a son Ollie Charles Lada (my grandfather) who is buried in Memorial Park Cemetery in St. Louis,MO. along with his wife (#2) Cleopatra Hennessey. Wife #1 Goldie Ellen Sutton was my grandmother.

Anything sound familiar? you can contact me directly.

Re: Stanislaw Steve Lada, chzech., Poland, Missouri USA,

flada (View posts)
Posted: 4 Sep 2001 10:37PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 25 May 2004 5:57PM GMT
Terri, I think you and I have corresponded bedfore..My last name is Lada. My Grandpa Stanley Lada was born in the village of Sadykiersz, near Pultusk, in the Russian area of Poland in 1888.He emigrated to Toledo Ohio in 1910. I have not been able to establish any connection to the St. Louis Ladas, but that possibility certainly cannot be ruled out.
Just as a point of info: I had an Uncle Ollie (not a Lada) whose given name was
Aloysius. The family spelled his nickname "Allie" but pronounced it "Ollie" . So your Alexander could very well be "Allie = Ollie". After all, Wladysawa ends up as Lottie,so
anything is possible! Happy hunting!

Re: Stanislaw Steve Lada, chzech., Poland, Missouri USA,

Terrie (View posts)
Posted: 5 Sep 2001 11:37AM GMT
Classification: Query
Yes we have spoken before. I thank you for the tip on 'Ollie' I have suspected for some time that my Ollie and Alexander are one and the same but can not document it. The birth dates are so similar and there is no further records to be found on Alexander anywhere. One of Ollie Walter's children is still living, however he is not aware of his surroundings, and his spouse has no knowledge of his family line. Perhaps I will gently nudge her for information again. Maybe on some slip of paper somewhere, someone accidently put down ollie's full name as alexander. Wouldn't that be great. Stanislaw Lada went by Steve, as did his son. However in more recent generations they have used the more american Stanley as a nickname. Also, now that I have documented Stanislaw and Steve as one and the same, I have put a gedcom file at ancestry. Hope it helps someone.

Re: Stanislaw Steve Lada, chzech., Poland, Missouri USA,

taylorman1 (View posts)
Posted: 23 Jun 2003 8:30PM GMT
Classification: Query
My Grandfather was Leo Lada. He married Helen Baker. Their children Donna, Mary and Micheal Lada. Leo was married once before. I do not know about the children from his previous marriage. He worked on the Railroad and served in the Army during WWI. He lived in St. louis.

Re: Stanislaw Steve Lada, chzech., Poland, Missouri USA,

t_hoelting (View posts)
Posted: 18 Dec 2003 10:37PM GMT
Classification: Query
Sorry it took so long to reply- computer has been in storage while moving.

I would like to exchange information, You must definitely be related!
*I have Leo born on June 26 1899 in Missouri. He did indeed serve in the U.S. Army as a mechanic, and later, on the railroad as a machinist/mechanic. Using the age listed on his service record I believe this one to be mine.
*I also have another Leo who is married to Jessie Irene Lawson with a son Leon Eugene Lada born April 22, 1922. Leon Eugene Lada is later listed as an orphan in the St. Louis Protestant Home. However, Jessie Irene Lawson lived until 1989 so I question the accuracy of the information that I received from Jessie's descendants.

Email me directly at
hoelting8@aol.com

Thanks T

Re: Stanislaw Steve Lada, chzech., Poland, Missouri USA,

Jennifer Lada-Petrowske (View posts)
Posted: 5 Jun 2004 5:18AM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi Im the daughter of Michael Lada Grandaughter of Helen Baker. Brian Taylor is my cousin )) I never got to meet Grandpa Leo he died when my Dad was 11 (

Re: Stanislaw Steve Lada, chzech., Poland, Missouri USA,

barbaraLada34 (View posts)
Posted: 23 Jul 2004 7:45AM GMT
Classification: Query
hello,
Did you know that thereis a well known Czech artist by the name of Josef Lada born in 1887. I am trying to find out more about him. There is a 2004 calendar with his paintings. If you have any knowledge about him I'm very interested please contact me, thanks Barbara.

Re: Stanislaw Steve Lada, chzech., Poland, Missouri USA,

t_hoelting (View posts)
Posted: 28 Jul 2004 10:13PM GMT
Classification: Query
I have a Joseph Lada born in December of 1887, however the only information that I have on him is his birthdate and immigration date(1895) per the 1900 Census. He disappears on me and I have not been able to trace him.

Re: Stanislaw Steve Lada, chzech., Poland, Missouri USA,

Angelak1971 (View posts)
Posted: 5 Feb 2012 1:56AM GMT
Classification: Query
My grandfather was Louis Leo Lada and I believe his fathers name may have been Stephen or Steven. Not sure. I'm wondering if we have any connection because families normally used family names when naming children. We are all from the St. Louis area.
angelak971@msn.com

Angela Lada Kuhn

Re: Stanislaw Steve Lada, chzech., Poland, Missouri USA,

Angelak1971 (View posts)
Posted: 5 Feb 2012 2:05AM GMT
Classification: Query
I'm looking for information on a possible 'Steve' Lada. He would have been married to a Cornelia or Cornela. This Steve would have died around 1922/23 in a work accident. His children are Joseph (1909) Zygmunt (1911) Stella (d. 1938) and my grandfather Louis (1919).

angelak971@msn.com

Angela Lada Kuhn
per page

Find a board about a specific topic

© 1997-2014 Ancestry.com |  Privacy |  Terms and Conditions