Hi Bonnie,Dates rarely match up in census information.On my ggrandfather's funeral card it had his date of birth as 1871 and I found him on the 1870 census as being born in 1869.It makes searching very confusing.I saw someone sent you the 1920 census and stated thatJoseph and Victoria lived on Eighth Street.If you look at the census it is Eagle Street.Living next door to Joseph and Victoria are a Bruno and Jennie Latkosky and children, Tessie, Violet, and Bruno.
In the 1930 census for Brooklyn this is Bruno and Jennie.They are listed under the last name as Latkowski.
Bruno Latkowski-age 43-born Poland. Jennie Latkowski-age 34-born Poland. Fedora-daughter-age 17-born NY. Violet-daughter-age 14-born NY. Bruno-son-age 12-born NY. Walter-son-age 7-born NY. Clara-daughter-age 4-born NY. Richard-son-age 2-born NY. They are living on Dupont St., the same street Joseph and Victoria are living on in the 1930.I would think that Bruno may be a brother or relative of your Joseph.
On his World War 1 Draft Registration Card 1917-1918-Brunick Latkosky is listed as living at 191 Eagle Street, Brooklyn, NY.His Birth Date is Feb. 5, 1887.
Since you know when and where Victoria died most libraries or Historical Societies (look in the county she died in) have archived newspapers.If you have the death date they will usually look up the obit for that person, usually for a small fee.The most I have paid is $5.00.The obit usually gives you more information to work with.