There are 1910 and 1930 U.S. census records for a Konstanty Tomczyk in Chicago, Cook County, IL that more closely match the information in your posting of June 4, 2005. The 1910 U.S. census is listed as Konstanty Tomczyk (a boarder) living at 3227 Fisk Street. The 1930 U.S. census is listed as Augustine Tomczyk living at 4532 komensky Ave. Konstanty/Augustine Tomczyk was born in Russia/Poland on September 25, 1892 (died April 1971, Social Security # 326-16-7802).He married Anastasia/Stasia Talkowski on November 11, 1912 at St. Mary of Perpetual Help Church (see LDS film #1763433).Stasia was born in Polish speaking Europe in 1892.By 1930 they had eight children, all born in Illinois:Stanley born in 1913, Joe born in 1915, Carl born in 1919, Sophie born in 1921. Helen born in 1924, Casmir born in 1926, Edward born in 1928 and Adeline born in 1929. In 1930, Konstanty was employed as an elevator man for the Libby McNiel Co.He was still not a naturalized U.S. citizen by 1930. There is a Baltimore Passenger List, 1892-1948 for a Konstanti Tomczyk.He arrived on January 6, 1910 on board the S.S. Cassel.He was 18 years old and single at the time.His race was Polish and his last residence was listed as Krasnybor, Suwalki, Russia.
His nearest relative in his native land was his mother Frankza Tomczyk.His destination was 914 West 32nd Place in Chicago where he was going to join his cousin Bronislaw/Bruno Wojewnik. Konstanti was traveling with a cousin Boleslaw Wojewnik from Lebiedzy (probably Lebiedzin), Suwalki, Russia.Boleslaw’s brother, Bronislaw/Bruno Wojewnik, was their host in Chicago. There was annotation of the ship’s manifest that Konstanty had applied for his citizenship papers in the Chicago District on 3/11/1939, application number 217778. Konstanty immigrated just in time to be included in the 1910 census.He and his traveling companion are both listed as boarders in the home oftheir host, Bronislaw/Bruno Wojewnik. You should validate all of this information through family and other vital records, i.e., U.S. Naturalization documents, marriage registers, Social Security applications, etc. Best regards, Norbert