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Ilona Biczak

Oct. 19, 1885 - June, 1967

Stephen Gregory Kautz  "Istvan"

May 19, 1893 - May 22, 1958

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God Parents: János Tuhász and Éva Fuchs

Baptised May 28, 1893

Józsefvárosi, Budapest, Hungary

Citizenship Declaration 7/28/1915

Citizenship Petition 8/31/1918

Witnesses to Citizenship Petition

Morris Borsedy (Musician)

Nathaniel Cozens (Mechanic)

Naturalization

4-3-1919

Birthplace

Erzesebetfalva Village,

Pesterzsebet, Budapest, Hungary

Immigration

 Immigrated 10-9-1904

Residences

Notes

Christmas letter to son Stephen Kautz Jr.

     Stephen's elder brother Edwin tells a story about Stephen's belief that he had caught a fairy one summer in Erzesebetfalva village.

     Edwin also remarked that Stephen was often the sibling who defended his brothers and sisters from bullies on the streets of NYC.

Stephen Gregory Kautz & Ilona Biczak
Stephen Gregory Kautz

Stephen Kautz Jr.

Nov. 26, 1912 - Jan. 29, 1986

Louis "Lollie" Kautz

July 12, 1914 - may, 23, 1990

Edwin "Eddie" Kautz

Aug. 1, 1916 - Dec. 17, 1991

Victor Kautz

7/8/1918 - 9/4/1921

Helen "Rusty" Kautz

Jan 16, 1920 - Aug. 28, 2014

kautz children

Children

Musician

     Stephen was a talented musician.  He played accordion like his son Stephen Jr. and achieved band leader status at a young age.

Stephen Gregory Kautz
Stephen Gregory Kautz - The Phonograph Monthly Review - 1922

"The Prince of Trabuco"

1922

Lyrics and Transcription

Stephen Gregry Kautz - Music Composition #10 1922

78 RPM Album

1929

German Import (10523)

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possibly cancer

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