Also surnames need to be in all CAPS, to make them easier to identify.
Is this your Albert?
WW I Draft Regristration Name: Wojeich BATYRA Address 34 Reservation St City: Buffalo County: Erie State: New York Birth Date: 15 Apr 1884 Birthplace Russia/Poland Occupation Laborer Employer Pratt and Lechworth, Towanda NY Wife Antonine
1920 US Census Home in 1920: Buffalo Ward 21, Erie, New York 34 Reservation St
Name Age Wajcuch Batzer (BATYRA) 34 Poland immigrated 1913 Antonina Batzer 26 Wanda Batzer 0 [11/12]
1930 US Census Buffalo NY 54 St Florian St. Name Age Albert Batyra 40 Antoinette Batyra 34 Wanda Batyra 11 Mary Batyra 9
And perhaps his ship manifest Name: Wajeich Batyra Arrival Date: 8 Sep 1913 Birth Year: abt 1888 Former Residecne: Kasarow Russia next of kin his father Josef Birth Location Other: Galesow, Russia Age: 25 Gender: Male Race: Polish Port of Departure: Trieste Port of Arrival: New York, New York Ship Name: Martha Washington Destination to his brother S???? at Chicago IL
I find a Stanley BATYRA in Chicago, in 1930 he is in a TB Hospital
The Polish Kingdom was divided 3 ways in the late 1700s with the West going to Prussia, the south to Austria and the East to Russia. Poland would not be reunited until after the end of WW I, even then Russia and Ukraine did not return parts to Poland.In any case the birthplace listed for Wojicech may be Ga³êzów located 204.8 miles NW of Warszawa