1914: Julia Zesut Marries John Pendrok

Kasper and Anna’s first child to get married was their eldest daughter Julia. Julia was the sister of Anthony (my great-grandfather), Joseph, Michael, Frank, William and Mary Zesut. Julia married John Pendrok on June 27, 1914. I have yet to get in touch with any descendants of Julia and John but hope to make contact soon. Julia was my grandmother Wanda Zesut Thibeault’s Aunt.

While researching Zesut records at the Glastonbury Town Hall I came across Julia’s marriage certificate. The information contained on it is as follows.

State Of Connecticut Bureau Of Vital Statistics

License #240

Marriage License

Town Of Glastonbury

  • Groom’s Name: John Pendrok
  • Age: 22
  • Color: White
  • Occupation: Quarryman
  • Birthplace – Town: blank Country: Austria
  • His Residence: Glastonbury
  • Single, Widowed or Divorced?: Single
  • 2d 3d Marriage: First
  • Name Of Father: Joseph Pendrok
  • Maiden Name Of Mother: Maggie Kolodziy (difficult to read – not sure if that’s correct)
  • Bride’s Name: Julia Zessut
  • Age: 18
  • Color: White
  • Occupation: Mill Hand
  • Birthplace – Town: blank Country: Austria
  • Her Residence: Glastonbury
  • Single, Widowed or Divorced?: Single
  • 2d 3d Marriage: First
  • Name Of Father: Casper Zessut
  • Maiden Name Of Mother: Annie Kopic

The certificate is signed by clergyman D.L. Baker and indicates the marriage ceremony took place on June 27, 1914 in Glastonbury. The license was applied for on June 20, 1914.

Copies of CT marriage Licenses are open to the public and a copy of Julia and John’s can be ordered from the Glastonbury Town Hall. The order form for a copy can be reached through here.

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