The Marriage of Stanley Joseph Izbicki and Dorothy Roslyn Crandall

The last of the Marriage Certificates I have for the members of the Izbicki family is for Stanley Joseph Izbicki, who married Dorothy Roslyn Crandall in 1946.

Marriage Certificate for Stanley Joseph Izbicki and Dorothy Roslyn Crandall

The Marriage Certificate for Stanley Joseph Izbicki and Dorothy Roslyn Crandall

SOURCE:  The Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Registry of Vital Records and Statistics.
Certificate of Marriage. City of Worcester. 1946. Volume 152. Page 107.
Stanley Joseph Izbicki and Dorothy Roslyn Crandall.

Click on the link for a PDF copy of the Marriage Certificate for Stanley Joseph Izbicki and Dorothy Roslyn Crandall.  The record states that:

  • Stanley Joseph Izbicki was a 28 year old white man born and residing in Worcester, Massachusetts
  • He was a Postal Clerk, and his parents were William D. Izbicki and Victoria Miller
  • Dorothy Roslyn Crandall was a 28 year old white woman born in West Haven, Connecticut and residing in Middletown, Connecticut
  • She was a Payroll Supervisor and her parents were Julian L. Crandall and Ethel Willis
  • They were both single, and this was the first marriage for each of them
  • The wedding was solemnized on 14 Feb 1946 in West Haven, Connecticut by Gerald J. Jud, a Minister of the Gospel residing at 141 Main Street, West haven, Connecticut
  • The certificate was received by the registrar, Malcolm C. Midgley on 16 Apr 1946, the Registered No. was 278
  • The certificate also notes the page number 107 in the Volume of the Marriage Records for Worcester in 1946 and specifies that this is a Copy of a Certificate of Marriage for a resident of Worcester that was solemnized outside of that city

This document is an official record in the city of Worcester that recorded the marriage of a resident (Stanley Joseph Izbicki) that occurred in West Haven, Connecticut, the hometown of the bride (Dorothy Roslyn Crandall).

The marriage was solemnized by a Minister of the Gospel, indicating that this marriage took place outside the Roman Catholic Church.  The exact location of the marriage was not specified in this record.

Stanley Izbicki was a Postal Clerk, just as his older brother Bernard was in later life.

Stanley listed his father’s name as William D, the alias for Bolesław Izbicki, and he listed his mother’s name as Victoria Miller.  I have no idea where the Miller surname came from.  The maiden name of Stanley’s mother was Victoria Kruczyńska.

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2 Responses to The Marriage of Stanley Joseph Izbicki and Dorothy Roslyn Crandall

  1. Cindy Henry says:

    Your record transcriptions are excellent. Do you copy this information into a genealogy program? If so, which application do you use? I have used Legacy for years. My transcriptions are placed in the event notes and the documents are linked to the events for each access.

  2. Thanks, Cindy! I have to admit, though, that I still think I could do a better job. I have copied some of these transcriptions into Family Tree Maker. I use Family Tree Maker mainly because other family members us the same application.

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