Klajbor Family History

1891 - Immigration Martin Klajbor

According to the 13th U.S. Federal Census, Martin Klajbor arrived in the United States in 1891.



On December 4, 1907, Victoria Klajbor is born in Dunkirk, NY.


1910 - 13th U.S. Federal Census


Name: Martin Klajbor
Birthplace: Germany
Residence: Dunkirk Ward 1, Chautauqua, New York
Marital Status: Married
Race : White
Gender: Male
Immigration Year: 1891
Father's Birthplace: Germany
Mother's Birthplace: Germany
  Household Gender Age
  Martin Klajbor M 45y
Spouse Agnes Klajbor F 44y
Child Stanley Klajbor M 22y
Child Joseph Klajbor M 21y
Child Mary Klajbor F 17y
Child John Klajbor M 16y
Child Felix Klajbor M 10y
Child Frank Klajbor M 9y
Child Alexander Klajbor M 7y
Child Johanna Klajbor F 6y
Child Victoria Klajbor F 2y
Martin Klajbor is listed as a "machinist" at the American Locomotive Company.

1920 - 14th U.S. Federal Census

Name: Martin Klajbor
Residence: , Chautauqua, New York
Estimated Birth Year: 1865
Age: 55
Birthplace: German Poland
Relationship to Head of Household: Self
Gender: Male
Race: White
Marital Status: Married
Father's Birthplace: German Poland
Mother's Birthplace: German Poland
Film Number: 1821090
Digital Folder Number: 4313422
Image Number: 00717
Sheet Number: 4
  Household Gender Age
  Martin Klajbor M 55y
Spouse Agnes Klajbor F 54y
Child Felix Klajbor M 20y
Child Frank Klajbor M 18y
Child Alexander Klajbor M 17y
Child Johana Klajbor F 14y
Child Victoria Klajbor F 12y


1925 - Martin Klaybor

Martin Klaybor Dies


1929 - Victoria Klajbor Wedding


William J. Matusiewicz of South Roberts road, son of Mrs. Alex Matusiewicz and Miss Victoria Klajbor of 111 South Jerboa street, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Klajbor, were married in Buffalo on June 29 by the Rev. Father L. J. Mullski. Mr. and Mrs. Matusiewicz were attended by Dr. Stanley A. Nowak and Miss Louis Bojanowaki. They will reside in Dunkirk.

-- Dunkirk Evening Observer, June 30, 1929 (full article)


1938 - William (Bolesaw) J. Matusiewicz Death


Thursday, January 27, 1938 at The Brooks memorial hospital, after a brief illness, lifelong resident of this city. Member of St Mary's church. Murray Hose Co. No. 4 of this city and the Alumni Association of S.S. Cyril & Methodius Seminary of Orchard Lake, Michigan. Husband of Mrs. Victoria M. Matusiewicz, father of Audrey A. and Barbara F. Matusiewicz, son of Mrs. Frances M. Matusiewicz and the late Alexander Matusiewicz: brother of Mrs. Ignatius Fafinski. Mrs. Harry Beckman, Miss Bernice Matusiewicz, and Mrs. Louis S. Van Wey of this city. The remains were taken to the home of his mother, Mrs. Frances M. Matusiewicz 501 S. Roberts road from where funeral services will be held at a time to be announced later in this space.

-- Dunkirk Evening Observer, January 27, 1938 (full article)


Funeral services for William J Matusiewicz were held this morning with a brief praver service at the home of Mrs. Frances M. Matusiewicz 501 S. Roberts road, and later in St. Mary's church where requiem high mass was celebrated by Rev. Jordan E. Loiselle. C. P..........

-- Dunkirk Evening Observer, January 31, 1938 (full article)


1940 - 16th U.S. Federal Census

Agnes Kajbor, 74 years old, is living at 134 South Jerboa Street in Dunkirk, NY and is renting space to Stephen & Shirley Kolocek.

Victoria (Klajbor) Matusiewicz, 32 years old, is living at 503 Roberts Rd with daughters Audrey & Barbara and working at a silkmill as a sewing machine operator.


1942 - Wedding

The wedding of Mrs. Victoria Klajbor Matusiewicz, of Roberts road and John Dominiak of Bucknor street took place Wednesday morning at St. Mary's church at 9 o'clock, The Rev. Phillip Ryan, i C. P., officiated.

-- Dunkirk Evening Observer, February 12, 1942 (full article)


1943 - Birth

A daughter, Judith Ellen, was born Nov. 2 at the hospital to Mr. and Mrs. John M. Dominiak of 608 Main street.

-- Dunkirk Evening Observer, November 8, 1943 (full article)


1945 - Agnes (Grupa) Klajbor

Agnes Klaybor Dies


1973 - Victoria (Klajbor) Dominiak

Mrs. Victoria Dominiak, a lifetime Dunkirk resident, of 134 S. Jerboa St., died Tuesday morning in Brooks Hospital after a lengthy illness, She was the widow of John Dominiak, Born in Dunkirk, she was a member of St. Hyacinth's Church. Our Lady of Fatima Society of the church, and the Ladies Auxiliary of Lake City Hose Co, No. 3. Mrs. Dominiak is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Thomas (Audrey) Marzec of Hamburg. Mrs. Elmer (Barbara) Baberich and Mrs. Allen (Judith) Hollander, both of Dunkirk; two sisters. Mrs. Mary Mackowiak of Dunkirk and Mrs. Fred Kroll of Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; seven grandchildren; several nieces and nephews.

-- Dunkirk Evening Observer, April 25, 1973



Last Update: 8 June, 2012