Hi Rick, I noticed that your father was Edward Macha. Was your grandfather Charles T. Macha? Was your great-grandfather Jiri(George) Macha(1844-1918) andMessage 1 of 6 , Dec 2 9:46 AMView Source
I noticed that your father was Edward Macha. Was your grandfather Charles T. Macha?
Was your great-grandfather Jiri(George) Macha(1844-1918) and your great-grandmother Johanna Sebesta(1851-1937)?
I have these individuals in my database and am missing a lot of links to my family.
If these people are related to please let me know.
Thanks, Ed Kocurek ekocurek@...
--- On Sun, 11/23/08, janetsk57 <janetsk57@...> wrote:
From: janetsk57 <janetsk57@...>
Subject: [TexasCzechs] Re: Macha-Smajstrla connection
Date: Sunday, November 23, 2008, 12:51 AM
Raymond and Sophie were my aunt and uncle. Raymond Smaistrla was my
I have a lot that I could share with you--if you get this message,
let me know.
Janet Smaistrla King
- In TexasCzechs@ yahoogroups. com, "Chris Macha" <swgtos@...> wrote:
> My wife showed me your e-mail responce and I was excited to see
> were in Wallis at the Smaistra reunion! Sophia (Macha) Smaistrla
> father's sister. My father's name was Edward Macha and they were the
> children of Charlie and Cecilie Macha. They grew up on a farm
> Wallis and Tavener. I know that Raymond and Sophie Smaistrla had
> children, but its been several years since I've seen them. My great
> grandparents immigrated from Albrechticky in the Northern part of
> Republic in 1880. They settled first in Fayettte County near
Weimer, TX and
> later bought a farm south of Wallis near the Bernard river.
> What is your connection to the Smaistrla's? Nice to hear from you
> keep in touch. Rick Macha