John Yucius1,2,3,4

M, b. 28 August 1873, d. 15 April 1917
  • Birth*: John Yucius was born on 28 August 1873 at Russia Lithuania.5,6
  • Name Variation: John Yucius was also known as John Jucevicius This is the Lituanian spelling.5
  • Name Variation: John Yucius was also known as John Jucievicz.5
  • Biography*: Apparently John Jucius married his landlord --

    Anastasia after her husband John Szukiwicz died.
    In the year one thousand
    eight hundred ninety
    sixth on January twenty
    third in Kaltin?nai
    Roman Catholic Church
    local priest
    Beresnevi?ius after three
    public announcements
    from pulpit on the 6th,
    7th and 14th of January

    Paesant Kaltan?nai county
    Ling?nišk? eldership Jonas
    Jucevi?ius groom 26 years old
    with landlord Anastazija
    Savickyt? Šukevi?ius widow 34
    years old both from R?zgaliai
    village this parish after no
    obstacles were discovered and
    both newlyweds agreed in
    written form that there are any
    obstacles for their marriage
    agreement of union was

    Paesant Kazimieras and Ona born
    Mikni?t? Juevi?ius from
    legitimate marriage son with
    daughter of Juozas and Pranciška
    born Banevi?i?t? Savickas from
    legitimate marriage, by the words
    of present time jointed in conjugal
    relationship and blessed in face of
    church for dignified faith on this
    purpose, solemnly witnesses were
    namely: Mykolas Banevi?ius and
    Juozas Mikutis and in the
    consciousness of many others

    Source: Dan Moore email, January 25, 2017.7
  • Marriage*: He married Anatasia Sawicki, daughter of Casimer Sawicki and Frances Baniewicz, circa 1895 at Lithuania; Date based on birth year of first child.2,5
  • Immigration*: John Yucius immigrated circa 1896.6
  • Death: He died between 1915 and 1918. When his wife Anastasia dies in 1918, she is listed as a widow.5
  • Employment*: He was employed before 1917.6
  • Residence*: He lived before 15 April 1917 at 4649 Washtenaw Avenue, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA.6
  • Name Variation: As of 15 April 1917, John Yucius was also known as Jonas Jucusz.6
  • Name Variation: As of 15 April 1917, John Yucius was also known as John Jucius.8
  • Death*: He died on 15 April 1917 at Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA, at age 43.6
  • Burial*: He was buried on 17 April 1917 at Lituanian National Cemetery, Justice, Cook County, Illinois, USA.6

Family: Anatasia Sawicki b. c 1860, d. 22 Oct 1918


  1. [S1960] Chicago Tribune, October 1, 1941, Death notice provided by Daniel Moore, October 28, 2014.
  2. [S2232] Daniel Moore, "Madigan," e-mail to Elaine Beaudoin, September 20, 2015.
  3. [S2235] Chicago Tribune, July 28, 1995, Section 2, page 9, Accessed Evanston Public LIbrary, September 22, 2015.
  4. [S2181] U. S. Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007, online, Charlotte Gertrude Drozky, accessed October 7, 2015.
  5. [S2244] Daniel Moore, "Descendants of Anastasia Sawicki."
  6. [S2326] Jonas Jucusz, Illinois certificate of death, Family History Center, Wilmette; MF #1852428.
  7. [S2417] Dan Moore, "Received a few more records from Lithuania," e-mail to Elaine Beaudoin, January 25, 2017.
  8. [S2372] John Jucius Cemetery marker, Lithuanian National Cemetery, Justice, Illinois.

Julia D. Yucius1,2

F, b. 22 May 1903, d. before 12 May 1948

Family: Frank C. Cappetta b. 1 Oct 1905, d. b 7 Feb 1977


  1. [S2232] Daniel Moore, "Madigan," e-mail to Elaine Beaudoin, September 20, 2015.
  2. [S2244] Daniel Moore, "Descendants of Anastasia Sawicki."
  3. [S2245] 1920 US Census, Illinois, Cook County, Chicago, Washington, DC, ED 1745, page 13A, Accessed October 10, 2015,
  4. [S2236] Chicago Tribune, May 12, 1948, Proquest, accessed by Dan Moore, September, 2015.
  5. [S2248] Archdiocese of Chicago, Julia D. Cappetta entry.
  6. [S1251] Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947, online, Francis Cappetta, record. # 12440.

F. A. Zimmerman1

M, d. after 1 April 1942

Family: Mae Devine d. a 1 Apr 1948


  1. [S400] Devine, Charles - Suppl Heirship Report Doc 418; Page 107; No. 43 P 72.