It is amazing that in a family with 10 boys that the first child born was a girl.   Anna had to endure through 8 brothers before another girl was born.   By then she was 16 years old so she really didn't gain a close sister.   Anna eventually married Leo Fuerstenberg circa 1918.   They moved to the St Kilian area in southwest Minnesota.  Their first child was to be born in 1921 when another sadness reached the Krostag family.   Their baby Marian died at birth and then Anna died 5 days later on September 28.  Leo later married Perryetta Lynch and had a family with her.   Perryetta kept in contact with some of the Krostag family members until she passed on in 2006.
Charles met an untimely death at the age of 25.   He served our country in the military during World War I.   Unfortunately he had been poisoned by gas during the war which eventually led to his early surmise.
Joseph served in the military during World War I.   While on the east coast met Ella Edelhoff.   They were married circa 1920 and soon after started a family.   They settled in Pennsylvania near Ella's family and in 1930 lived in Courtdale, Pennsylvania with their children Evelyn, Viola, and Joe.
Jack and Wife Theresa settled in West Allis a suburb of Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
John and his Wife Adelaide stayed in the Marshfield area and had a large family of 9 children
Lewis met Verbie Green while in the military. They intially lived in Abileene, Texas and later made their home in Duncan, Oklahoma.   After Lewis passed away Verbie lived near her daughters in Arlington, Texas.   On a Saturday morning August 1, 1992 at 8:00am one of the worst tragedies to behold the Krostag family occured.   Verbie and her daughters Pat and Sandra were in thier car on a local street. A car accident occured and both Pat and Sandra were killed.  Verbie died a few days later.
Peter and Sarah were married in the early 1930's and moved from Marshfield to Wheaton Township outside of Eau Claire, Wisconsin where they raised their family.   They latter lived in Cornell, Wisconsin staring in the late 1940's.
Anthony was born on the family farm in Stratford Wisconsin August 15, 1906.   He grew up living on the farm.  Anthony went to visit his oldest brother Joseph in Pennsylvania in the winter of 1927-1928.   We are not sure of what prompted the visit to Joe.  Joe was friends with John Luzetsky.   Joe and John had a business together for mating birds.   On one occasion Joe brought Tony to the Luzetsky residence on Main Street in Swoyersville.  There Tony met John's younger sister Mary.   Things must have went pretty well because Tony stayed in PA and by May 1, 1928 Tony and Mary were married.  They soon settled at Harveys Lake where Tony opened his first barber shop and also operated a small store.   Tony and Mary lost there first son who died in the womb in November 1928 and their second son one day after his birth in November 1929.  Their son Robert was born in December 1930.  Soon after they had a daughter named Dorothy in 1932.   Another girl Catherine was born in 1933 but she only lived for 6 months.   As the depression wore on they lost the lease on their property and in 1939 they moved to Bridgeport CT to get jobs during WW II.   Tony worked at Remington Arms and cut hair part time.  Mary worked at Sikorsky as a rivitor.   After a while, Tony was able to buy the Barber Shop he worked at.   Many of Mary's brothers and sisters also moved to Connecticut where most of them stayed the rest of their lives.   In 1940 Tony and Mary had another child Lorraine.   Finally in 1947 after the war ended Tony and Mary moved the family back to Swoyersville to help Mary's parents with their farm and store.  By 1950 the store was turned into Tony's Barber Shop. Tony ran the shop for almost 30 years until he took ill in 1977.   During this time Mary worked at General Cigar and then Consolidated Cigar until they closed in the late 1960's.   She then worked at Nesbitt Hospital until she retired in 1980.   The house on Main Street in Swoyersville became the gathering place for the Krostag family in Pennsylvania.   A large grape arbor out back gave the house a European feel and provided plenty of shade.  After Mary's parents died, Tony and Mary purchased the home and kept it in the family for almost 70 years.   Mary also came from a large family to see some Luzetsky family photos select the following link.Click on the following link for some Luzetsky Family Photos
In 1930 Frank was living with his brother Jack in the West Allis suburb of Milwaukee.   He met Mary Bonk of Milwaukee and they were married circa 1934 and moved to the Greenfield suburb of Milwaukee.   They had a son, Frank Jr. in 1936.  Sadly Mary died at the age of 42 when Frank was only 16.   Sometime after this Frank moved to Florida with his son.  Things did not go well for Frank in Florida and lack of a mother led Frank Jr into some troubled times.   Frank later moved to Pennsylvania and stayed with the family of his brother Tony where he passed away in 1969.  Frank Jr. ended up in Blythe, California where he passed away in 1991.
Viola married Joseph Kohlbeck in about 1930 and they remained in Marshfield.   Their son Richard died of an accident at the age of 24.   Their daughther Rosemarie married Edmund Peter Bangart and they settled in Chili, Wisconsin.
Arnold married Erna Hagen circa 1934 and they remained in Marshfield where they raised their family of 7 children.   They took over the John Krostag farm and Arnold worked for Weyerheuser and was helped by his family on the farm.   Erna passed away in 2017 at the fine age of 100.
Fritz spent time in the Navy. He met his wife Martha who was from Germany. They later moved back to Germany where the owned a restaurant business. They spent the rest of their lives in Mannheim, Germany.