Lawrence Joseph Krenek

Born August 31, 1882 in Fayetteville, Fayette Co., Tx 1
Died March 3, 1954 in Houston, Harris Co., Tx 1
Buried: College Station Cemetery, College Station, Brazos Co., Tx 1

1910 US Census - age 27, living in Justice Precinct 7, Brazos Co., Tx with wife Rosa (24), son Hamen (2), mother Minnie Krenek (47), brothers Willie Krenek (16), Joe Krenek (14) and Antone Krenek (12), also Ed Krenek (41, uncle) and Victor Wasatka (15)
1920 US Census - age 37, living in Brazos Co., Tx with wife Rosa (33), son Herman (12), Clara Siosney (11, niece), Anton Siosney (22, brother), V J Wasatka (24, cousin) and Joe Polok (85,Austria, great uncle)
1930 US Census - age 45, living in Bryan, Brazos, Tx with wife Rosa (45), son Herman (22) and lodger Aggie Kulak (24,Tx)
d/c - age 71y6m2d, died at Methodist Hospital, Houston, Harris, Tx, address: Route 3, Bryan, Tx, married, occupation: Building Contractor, died 6pm, father born Moravia (Czechoslovakia), mother born Fayetteville, Tx, was not in armed forces, cause of death: Lacerations and contusions of brain due to fracture of skull, died within hours, automobile accident at Hwy 6 at Jersey, College Station, Tx on March 2, 1954 11:50am, autopsy performed, findings: Subdural hematoma, left, Marshall G. Henry, M.D. informant: Hospital Records, removed overland to College Station Cemetery, funeral director: Settegast-Kopf Co., J.W. Morrow


Rosa Stasney on October 6, 1904 in (prob. farm on Hwy 6) College Station, Brazos Co., Tx 7

Child of Lawrence and Rosa Krenek:

Siblings of Lawrence Krenek:

William Henry "Willie" Krenek, Joseph Krenek, Antone Krenek, Theodore Henry Krenek, John Joe Krenek

    John Krenek patgreatgrandmother
  George Krenek fathers mother greatgrandmother
Lawrence J. Krenek      
  Amelia "Minnie" Vasicek mothers father matgreatgrandfather
    mothers mother greatgrandfather