Yes, I am assuming that the ship let them off in Galveston. Supposedly, two sisters of my Grandfather were in Galveston when the 1900 hurricane hit. TheyMessage 1 of 6 , Aug 1, 2003View SourceYes, I am assuming that the ship let them off in Galveston. Supposedly, two sisters of my Grandfather were in Galveston when the 1900 hurricane hit. They didn't make it, but don't know the names. Grandfather and Great Grandmother Krizan ended up in Bell county where he met my Grandmother Frances Hruska. Grandfather was given the opportunity to purchase land in Carson county for $1.00 an acre...so he bought a section. He moved his family and his mother to the farm.Kay
Steve Alvarez <salvarez@...> wrote:I am curious, did they depart (leave) from the ship at Galveston.Steve----- Original Message -----From: Frances Kay NelsonSent: Friday, August 01, 2003 2:57 PMSubject: Re: [TexasCzechs] Family Research (Rohan)Believe it or not, that's the same ship, and date that my Grandfather Joseph Krizan and his mother, Anna Krizan came into Galveston. Small world,Kay
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