Stanislaus was the fifth child of Andrew Przybylski and Frances Rochowiak. He was born April 19, 1891 and baptized at St. Anthony’s Parish on April 26, 1891.
Helena was born about about 1892 to John and Miriam Lawecki. Her brother, Stanley, was the first husband of Anastasia Przybylski.
Stanislaus and Helena married early — possibly about 1908. Their marriage produced six children:
- Regina, born 1909
- John, born 1911
- Irene, born 1912
- Aloisia (Alice), born 1914
- Emerentia, born 1916
- Helena, born 1918
Per Stanislaus’ World War I draft registration card dated June 5, 1917, the family was living at 705 Woodstock.
Stanley was employed at Acklin Stamping (at the original factory on Dorr Street). His death on June 26, 1919 was due to an industrial accident. Stanley was buried through St. Stanislaus Parish and was interred at Calvary Cemetery on June 30, 1919. His burial record through Calvary is transcribed below:
Name of Deceased: Stanislaus Przybylski
Late Residence: 705 Woodstock
Date of Decease: June 26
Date of Interment: June 30
Married, Single, or Widowed: M
Place of Death: Toledo
No. of Grave: 384
No. of Lot: 167
No. of Section: 6
Name of Physician: Hartung
Name of Undertaker: Gasiorowski Bros.
Remarks: Removed 11/18/19 to N 1/2 Lot 196 Sec. 4
The 1920 census reflects that Helena was living with her mother, Mariam, at 1708 Vance Street.
The 1930 census reflects that Helena was remarried to James Richalski and was residing at 723 Woodstock.