February Queries 1998 Czech Republic Genealogy

 

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QUERIES for February 1998

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BROUSIL / TEJC -BROUSIL, Frank J., b. 1880, married to Marie TEJC, b.1882. Four children, Mary, b. 1904, James, b. 1906, Ladislaus, b. 1911, Elizabeth, b. 1914. Emigrated to US, Cleveland, OH area 1913-14. Would like to correspond with others who are also researching, and preferably related to, the above individuals. Brian F. Cap 17 Feb 1998

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BROUSIL / CAP / CERNY / KOZA / KUDRNA / MARIK / NAVRATIL / SIMECEK / SOUKUP / STEDRONSKY / VLACH / VLASEK / VOZOBULE -All of the previous have Bohemia as 'country of origin'. Brian F. Cap 17 Feb 1998

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CAP / PRASETA / DIVOKY -CAP, Kaspar, married to Katherine PRASETA. Two sons, Josef and Jacob. Jacob b. 1842, married Anna DIVOKY, 1874 in Suchdol, Bohemia. Anna b. 1852, Hrdlorezy #25, Bohemia. Emigrated to US 1891, Cleveland, OH area. Five children, Catherine, Marie, b. 1875, Rose, b.1877, Joseph, b. 1881, Frank, b.1885. I would like to correspond with any who are also researching, and preferably related to, any of the above persons. Have quite a bit of information on the CAP/DIVOKY line. Would especially like to make contact with any relatives in the Czech Republic. Brian F. Cap 17 Feb 1998

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CERMAK / CHERMAK / BLAHUT -to Pennsylvania, USA 1890's Kathie 5 Feb 1998

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CERNY / JANOCH -John CERNY married to Caroline; son Bartholomeje, b. 1846, Preslice, Bohemia, married Anna JANOCH, b. 1854, Preslice, Bohemia. Children, Vaclav, b. 1872, Barbara, b. 1874, Joseph, b. 1876, Marie, b. 1879, James, b. 1882, Anna, b. 1883, Julia, b. 1886, Josephine, b. 1892, Rose, b. 1894. Bartholomeje emigrated to US in 1888, Cleveland, OH area. Would like to correspond with others who are also researching, and preferably related to, the above individuals. Brian F. Cap 17 Feb 1998

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CHALUPKA -Frantiska CHALUPKA, born near Lipa, Moravia on December 6, 1869. Earl S. Kubin 23 Feb 1998

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DEMPKO / DEMKO / DINKO Jennifer Clark 15 Feb 1998

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FRIEDRICH / KREUTSCHMER / SCHUBERT -Seeking info on and parents of Paul FRIEDRICH - @1880, and wife Anna KREUTSCHMER - @1892, of Fryvaldov; dau Juditta immigrated to Texas about 1867 with her sisters Marie and Agnes. Juditta b 2 Nov 1842 in Fryvaldov. Other sisters were Anna and Teresia. Anna m 1872 Joseph SCHUBERT. Some of the siblings were born or grew up in Deutsch-Jasnik. Any assistance or suggestions will be appreciated.Several members of the family remained in Fryvaldov. Bob Martin Llano, TX 15 Feb 1998

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HADASH -I am looking for someone with the surname HADASH in Czechoslovakia. My husband's grandfather came from there in 1907 to the United States. We have no information on which vessel they may have come on. He came with my husband's father who was only four years old at the time; therefore, he does not remember very much. The grandfather's name was Peter HADASH and his son was Rudolf. If there is someway to look up birth certificates there, I would like some help doing that. Any word of a HADASH in Czech. and a way to communicate with them would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance. Barbara D. Hadash 15 Feb 1998

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HAJICEK -I discovered that my great grandfather lived in Doubravka, south of Crastany, and I need someone I can contact either by ground mail or E-mail. My E-mail address is, Hukestein@aol.com. I live in Naperville Illinois which is west of Chicago My great grandfather's name is Frantesik HAJICEK and he lived at #28 in Doubravka. Thank you. HUKESTEIN@aol.com 17 Feb 1998

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HODOWAL / HODOVAL -I just learned that my ancestors came to the US from Bohemia. Joseph HODOWAL/HODOVAL came to the US in 1857 when he was 12. He settled in Chicago; he was married to Mary Matilda, who may have been from Bohemia as well. Anyway, they had 5 children in Chicago. I need your help in learning how to trace roots in Bohemia. I am also interested in learning about the name HODOWAL. Any help you provide will be appreciated. Mark Hill Rowlett, TX 15 Feb 1998

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HRUSKA / HRUSKOVA / PEAR / PEARY / SLEPICKA / SLEPICA / CHICKEN -Researching family of Michael and Anna (HRUSKA) SLEPICKA, both born Bohemia (believe near Prague) 1856, immigrated 1868, married Chicago, Illinois 1879, in 1900 Minnesota Census at 418 27th Avenue N, Minneapolis, Minnesota, where they raised a famly of nine children: William, Joseph, Fred, George, Walter, Edward, Maude, Elizabeth and Anna. Names used by family: SLEPICKA/SLEPICA/CHICKEN (translation). Family page at: http://familytreemaker.com/users/m/a/d/Elaine-T-Maddox/Elaine T. Maddox" Elaine T. Maddox 27 Feb 1998

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KAPLANEK -I'm looking for information on the surname "KAPLANEK" can you help me? The name has Bohemian and/or Polish roots. LcTreecom@aol.com 23 Feb 1998

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KOCI / SEKOVORA / KAFKA / JELINEK -I am seeking information regarding our family. Frank, Julie, and Louise KAFKA were children of Carl and Anna (JELINEK) KAFKA who lived in a small village an hour's walk from Prague. Anna's parents were Karel and Anne JELINEK who lived in Pesky and came to the US about 1902. Anna KAFKA followed after her husband died (c. 1908). Later Anna KAFKA married John KOCI. John was born in Klodna, Bohemia ON April 24, 1871. His parents were John and Josephine (SEKOVORA) KOCI. I would appreciate any information about these families. Thank you in advance. Anne Koci 5 Feb 1998

KOMA / KOMO / COMA Jennifer Clark 15 Feb 1998

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KUBIN -Frank KUBIN, born near Lipa, Moravia on February 26, 1866. Earl S. Kubin 23 Feb 1998

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MARIK / STEDRONSKY - Prokop MARIK, b. 1861, Stare Serold, Pisek, Bohemia. Married Marie STEDRONSKY, b. 1861, Everice, Pisek, Bohemia. Married 1886, Cleveland, OH. Children, Laddie, b. 1887, John, b. 1889, Charles, b. 1891, Mary, b. 1892. Would like to correspond with others who are also researching, and preferably related to, the above individuals. Brian F. Cap 17 Feb 1998

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MARIK -I'm looking for ancestors in the Czech Republic - MARIK around the Liberece area. I have pictures of our family meat market when my aunt was still alive. She went over and saw the family. I'm needing as much information that I can get on my family and their ancestors. Vickie 23 Feb 1998

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MOREK / HRADEK / ALT -According to census info, my gr gm Josephine MOREK, b 1859, came to the US in 1866. Just getting to the point where I can ask questions about her immigration has been lengthy. She was Bohemian, according to death and family records. I must assume she came with her family and have been told she had at least one sister, Fannie. Indications are she came from a small town or village east of Prague. If so, where 'might' she/they have departed from? Josephine was 6 years old in 1866 and parents were said to be John and Frances (HRADEK) MOREK.

Thus far I have been able to pinpoint the exact day of their landing or the port, but I have checked the index for Philadelphia with no luck. The family may have been in Philadelphia for a while but she married John ALT in 1880 in St. Louis, MO. Would her naturalization have been automatic with that of her father and/or mother? Any suggestions on where to look next? Don and Judy Warth1 Feb 1998

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NAVRKAL / PACHR / / TREBLIK / CHROMY / REZAC -NAVRKAL from Jermnerice, Moravia; PACHR from Hrotovic, Moravia: TREBLIK and CHROMY from Prilozany, Moravia and REZAC from Moravia. Also trying to find the town of Pravonia?, Moravia. It supposedly is 17k north of Bratislava. Roman Rezac 9 Feb 1998

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RAFFEL / HLAVSA -Louis RAFFEL, born in Prague cir. 1870-1880. Any information on him and/or ancestors would be greatly appreciated. He married Elizabeth HLAVSA, born in St. Louis, Missouri cir. 1880. Linda DeHaven 17 Feb 1998

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SAMZ / MEIER / HYNNA -Seeking information on the Johann and Francis (MEIER) SAMZ family of Furwitz, Bohemia (aka. Vribice, Dekov, Czech Republic). They settled in Mishicot, Wisconsin in 1868. Carl SAMZ, a brother, settled on Newberry St. in Chicago, Illinois with his wife, Anna HYNNA, and children. Jim Heyroth 7 Feb 1998

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SEGER -SEGER, Mlada Boleslav, Bohemia, about 1864 Geof P. Robinson 02 Feb 1998

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SERAK / FINFERA / FINFEROVY / KOZUMPLIKOVA / SHERAK -Jan SERAK married July 11, 1917, born c late 1800's in Parsonage of Hroznovelhote, Arcidiocese of Olomoucka Deanery of Straznicke. He was a cotter in Predmewsti, Veseli, Czech. He married Anezka FINFERA or Anezky FINFEROVY.

Jan SERAK, son of above Jan SERAK, laborer in Tasov, came to US via Ellis Island 1923 from Cherborg, FR. Married Antonie KOZUMPLIKOVA of Tasov. Godparents of son, Jindrich SHERAK: Matous KOZUMPLIK and Marie. Sey 17 Feb 1998

 

 

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