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  (b. 1 April 1897 Thompson, Connecticut, USA   d. 26 January 1971 Webster, Massachusetts, USA )  
Age: 73
Cause of Death: Hepatic Coma Due to Liver Cirrhosis and Necrosis

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Edward Thomas KORCH was born 1 April 1897 in Thompson, Connecticut, USA

Edward Thomas KORCH was the child of Andrew (András) KORCH (KOVALČÍK)   and   Elizabeth (Alzbeta) (Erzsébet) TOMKO and the grandchild of: (paternal)  András KOVALYCIK and Borka (Borbala) STRYCIKO (SZTRICSKO) (maternal)  George (György) TOMKO and Anna PASICSÁK (PASITSÁK)

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Edward Thomas  married  Mary S TABERSKI 21 January 1919 in Webster, Massachusetts, USA .  The couple had (at least) 3 children. Mary S TABERSKI  was born 5 October 1899 in Webster, Massachusetts, USA.  Mary S died abt. 1961 in Webster, Massachusetts, USA.  Mary S was the child of Kazmir TABERSKI and Clementina (Kleimue) KASIERSKI.

Edward Thomas KORCH died 26 January 1971 in Webster, Massachusetts, USA.
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Edward Thomas KORCH married Grave has been locatedAncestor is complete!flag photo of Mary S TABERSKI  Mary S TABERSKI-- Date: 21 January 1919 Place: Webster, Massachusetts, USA (Mormon Genealogy Records)
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Mary S TABERSKI was the child of Kazmir TABERSKI and Clementina (Kleimue) KASIERSKI

Name: Edward T Korch
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Event Type: Marriage
Event Date: 21 Jan 1919
Event Place: Webster, Webster, Worcester, Massachusetts, United States
Event Place (Original): Webster, Massachusetts
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Father's Name: Andrew
Mother's Name: Elizabeth Tomko
Spouse's Name: Mamie Taberski
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Spouse's Father's Name: Kasmir
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Spouse's Mother's Name: Clementina Kasiarski
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Digital Folder Number: 005309919
Image Number: 00287

"Massachusetts State Vital Records, 1841-1920", database with images, FamilySearch ( ark:/ 61903/ 1:1:QLGY-QL5P : 13 March 2018), Edward T Korch and Mamie Taberski, 1919.

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1900 Thompson, Windham, Connecticut
CT page 40 of 56 #526 Thompson. Andrew is listed as born in July 1868, 31 years old working in woolen mill.
Elizabeth July 1868, 31 years old. They have been married for 12 years. They have had 6 children. 6 children are still living.
Daughter Elizabeth, 15 and Son Andrew, 13 both born in Austria Dec 1884 and July 1886.
Anna, 8, born in CT in July 1891, daughter; sons, John (b. July 1892, CT), 8; George (b. July 1895, CT), 4; and Eddie (b. Apr 1897, MA), 3.
The last name is Korch, but looks like Korck. Year of immigration to United States for Andrew, Elizabeth, Elizabeth and Andrew is 1889. Number of years in the United States is 11 for all. Andrew is listed as an alien.
1900 Census Ancestry (U.S.)
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1910 Thompson, Windham, Connecticut
CT page 17 of 54 #589 Thompson (Wilsonville Village) as farmer, age 44.
With wife, Elizabeth, 44, born in Austria, parents both born in Austria.
Sons, George, 15, and Edward, 18, Mary, 9 and daughter Mae, age 2.
George works in a woolen mill. Children all born in CT. Willard and Anna (Korch) Feige and family are living near them.
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His father was born in Vienna, Austria. He was born in Webster, MA. He works for Perry's Mill in Perrysville, MA. He lives in Webster, Massachusetts (just over the line from Thompson, Connecticut).
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marriage1919 Marriage / Partner
Edward Thomas KORCH and Mary S TABERSKI 21 January 1919, Webster, Massachusetts, USA

He was 21 years old.
1919 Birth of Child
Louise M KORCH was born 8 May 1919, Thompson, Connecticut, USA (North Grosvenordale) (Quinebaug) (Fabyan) (Mechanicsville)

Edward Thomas was 22 years old.
Thompson, CT Windham county image 47 of 59 ED 350 roll T625_198 shows Andrew (last name spelled KOCH)
estimated birth year 1866 living with Elizabeth and Mary E., Edward, Mary (daughter-in-law) and Louise (granddaughter).
Andrew appears to be 53, b. Slovakland (northern Hungary), year of immigration 1886, parents b. Slovakland, farmer.
Elizabeth, 53, b. Slovakland, year of immigration 1886, parents b. Slovakland, mother tongue for both is Slovak,
Mary (or May) E. - age 11?, b. CT. abt 1909 or 1901,
Edward - around 23, b. CT abt 1897,
Mary (daughter-in-law), around 20, b. MA, parents born in Poland
Louise (granddaughter) 8 months old, b. CT, mother born in MA, father born in CT.
1920 Census Ancestry (U.S.)
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Edward Thomas KORCH - Mamie and Eddie Korch
Mamie and Eddie Korch
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1921 Birth of Child
Edward Thomas KORCH was born 17 February 1921, Webster, Massachusetts, USA

Edward Thomas was 23 years old.
Korch Edward (Mamie) emp Oxford h Ash R D 1
The Webster and Oxford Directory 1928
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1930 Webster, Worcester, Massachusetts
Edward T. and Mary S. Korch are living on Ash St in Webster, MA. Edward is 33, b. MA, parents b. Czechoslovakia. He works in a woolen mill. Mary is 29, b. MA, parents b. Poland. Living with them are the following children: Louise M. age 10, b. MA; Edward T. age 9, b. MA; Allen F. age 6, b. MA.

name: Edward T Korch
event: Census
event date: 1930
event place: Webster, Worcester, Massachusetts
gender: Male
age: 33
marital status: Married
race: White
birthplace: Massachusetts
estimated birth year: 1897
immigration year:
relationship to head of household: Head
father's birthplace: Czechoslovakia
mother's birthplace: Czechoslovakia
enumeration district number: 0293
family number: 751
sheet number and letter: 31B
line number: 93
nara publication: T626, roll 966
film number: 2340701
digital folder number: 4607702
image number: 00865
Household Gender Age Birthplace
head Edward T Korch M 33 Massachusetts
wife Mary S Korch F 29...

1930 Census Ancestry (U.S.)
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Korch Andrew (Anna) loomfixer, h 45 First
Korch Anna emp B A C & S Co., r 45 First
Korch Edward (Mamie), h Ash, R D 1
Korch Elizabeth emp N Grosvenordale, r Henry Korch
Korch Floris, dom, r 45 First
Korch George F (Mae), emp W Mills, h Ash, R D 1
Korch Henry E (Elizabeth), weaver, h Ash, R D 1
Korch Lillian emp Hartford, r 45 First
Korch Margaret, r Henry Korch
Manning's Webster Numerical Street Directory 1931
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Korch Edward (Mamie) warper, h Ash R D 1
Webster MA 1935 Directory
1940 Webster, Worcester, Massachusetts
Ash Street
Korch Henry E, head, 59, b. Austria, weaver, woolen mill, $440
Korch Elizabeth, wife, 55, b. Austria, language spoken - Slavish, mother of 6 children
Korch Henry J, son, 27, b. MA, helper, farm

Korch Edward J, head, 43, b. MA, weaver, woolen mill, $331
Korch Mary, wife, 39, b. MA
Korch Edward Jr., son, 19, b. MA, shoemaker, $416
Korch Alan, son, 16, b. MA, shoemaker, $338
1940 Census Ancestry (U.S.)
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Korch Edward T (Mary S) loomfixer Wilsonville h86 Ash RD 1
Korch Allan F (Beatrice M) truck driver Worcester Rendering Co h86B Ash RD 1
Korch Edward T Jr. (Lillian S) building contractor 86A Ash RD 1 h do
Korch Henry J farmer r Ash RD 1
Manning's Webster Directory 1950
1962 Death of Child
Allan Frederick KORCH died 8 March 1962, Hartford, Connecticut, USA

Edward Thomas was 64 years old.
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1971 Death
Massachusetts, Death Index, 1970-2003
name: Edward T Korch
event: Death
event date: 26 Jan 1971
event place: Webster, Massachusetts
death certificate number: 000943
birth date:
birthplace: Unknown Nativity
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Name: Edward Korch
Date of Birth: Thursday April 01, 1897
Date of Death: January 1971
Est. Age at death: 73 years, 9 months
Last known residence:
City: Webster Dudley Hill
County: Worcester
State: Massachusetts
ZIP Code: 01570
Social Security details:
State of Issue: Massachusetts
Number: 023-05-9321
Social Security Death Index [database on-line]. Original data: Social Security Administration. Social Security Death Index, Master File. Social Security Administration.
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Edward Thomas KORCH - Grave
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Edward is buried at: Mount Zion Cemetery
Old Worcester Rd.
Rte 12
Webster, Massachusetts, USA

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