Gazlay Family History

FamilyJosephine M. Sacilowski


FatherWalter Sacilowski (ca. 1870 - )
MotherMary _____ (ca. 1880 - )

Personal Information

Record Created: 12 January 2017; Last Edited: 14 January 2017 
NameJosephine M. Sacilowski
Born ca. 1908 in Connecticut1, 2, 3
Married to Hayward Leon Sisson (born Weaver)3
Died 22 April 1997 in Norwich, New London County, Connecticut1


Spouse 1FamilyHayward Leon Sisson (born Weaver) (son of Leon Morton Weaver and Nellie Dora Burdick)
Born ca. 1908 in Connecticut
Married to Josephine M. Sacilowski
Died 30 October 1941 in Norwich, New London County, Connecticut
Children of Josephine M. Sacilowski and Hayward Leon Sisson (born Weaver):
+1.FamilyAlfred Joseph Sisson
Born 28 September 1931 in Montville, New London County, Connecticut
Married 1964 in Norwich, New London County, Connecticut to Irene (née Rajewski) Bartnicki
Married 28 November 1992 in Willington, Tolland County, Connecticut to Ellinor Lee (née Scully) Caouette
Died 22 August 2003 in Willimantic, Windham County, Connecticut


  1. Connecticut Death Index, 1949-2001, available at Josephine M. Sisson, died: 22 April 1997 in Norwich, New London [County], Connecticut; age 89; widowed; father’s surname: Sacilowski; spouse’s name: Haywa [i.e., Hayward].
  2. U.S. Federal Census, 1930, Connecticut, New London County, Norwich, Enumeration District 6-51, Sheet No. 12B, family of Walter Sacilowska (60, Poland, first married age 46); wife Mary Sacilowska (50, Poland, first married age 36); daughter Victoria Sacilowska (23, Connecticut); daughter Josephine Sacilowska (22, Connecticut, widow); son Walter Sacilowska (20, Connecticut); son Stanley Sacilowska (18, Connecticut); son Joseph Sacilowska (17, Connecticut); daughter Wanda Sacilowska (12, Connecticut).
  3. U.S. Federal Census, 1940, Connecticut, New London County, Montville, Palmertown, Enumeration District 6-34, Sheet No. 8A, family of Hayward Sisson (48, Connecticut, salesman, meat company); wife Josephine Sisson (47, Connecticut) [both of their ages as shown are believed to high by 15-17 years compared to other records].