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  • Porubcansky
    Dear DEB, Roman Blabolil (Ceske Budejovice) Ladislav Blabolil (Vlasim) - father Jan Blabolil (Vlasim) - grandfather Ing. Roman Blabolil Stredni odborna skola
    Message 1 of 31 , Sep 14, 1999
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      Dear DEB,

      Roman Blabolil (Ceske Budejovice)
      Ladislav Blabolil (Vlasim) - father
      Jan Blabolil (Vlasim) - grandfather

      Ing. Roman Blabolil
      Stredni odborna skola veterinarni a zemedelska (High school for veterinary and agriculture)
      Rudolfovska 92
      Ceske Budejovice

      > Odes�latel: Deb Blabolil <dlb14@...>
      > Komu: SLOVAK-ROOTS@onelist.com
      > P�edm�t: [SLOVAK-ROOTS] translation
      > Datum: 14. z��� 1999 15:20
      >
      > From: Deb Blabolil <dlb14@...>
      >
      > Hi- is there anyone who can translate Czech? I received an email from
      > another Blabolil- maybe a relative but I cannot read it to determine this.
      >
      > I have a small email paragraph and then I have this-
      >
      > Roman Blabolil (Ceske Budejovice)
      > Ladislav Blabolil (VlaUEim) - otec (is this otec mean Father?)
      > Jan Blabolil (VlaUEim) - d�da is this a grandpa or a brother????
      >
      > Ing. Roman Blabolil
      > Stredni odborna skola veterinarni a zemedelska
      > Rudolfovska 92
      > Ceske Budejovice
      >
      > If someone can translate please let me know. Also, if a relative was born
      > in Austria Hungry back in the 1800's and early 1900's is the birth
      > certificate in Austria or Czech- seeing as they speak Czech and they are of
      > Bohemian descent that part of Austria I believe is now Czech today. Does
      > anyone know how to get a birth certifcate or wher to get it from??
      >
      > Thanks
      >
      > DEB BLABOLIL
      >
      > searching any BLABOLIL's
      >
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    • karen lovadina
      On a baptismal record under the column where it says religion and conditio,  some records say mont and some say pleb .  What do these mean? Karen [Non-text
      Message 31 of 31 , Jan 28, 2013
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        On a baptismal record under the column where it says religion and conditio,  some records say "mont" and some say"pleb".  What do these mean?
        Karen



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