Re: [S-R] Paryzek Family
- Dear Marv,
Yes, it is possible to find his family, but one would need a great portion
of luck too.
The "information", that you are looking for can not be found on internet.He
was born 150 ago. His birth record is lost somewhere in Bohemian Church
records, and there are thousands of such books, and no "information" from
such books is available on line.
As I always say, there is no genealogy without geography. The first question
To narrow down a possible place of his birth a very special analytical
process must be applied.
The search may last long and you should not expect to be cheap. Unless you
are a very lucky person.
In case you will seriously want to address this issue, you may write me
directly. I have solved such cases before.
With best regards,
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, October 24, 2003 11:53 AM
Subject: [S-R] Paryzek Family
> I'm looking for information on a Frank Paryzek who came to the United
> in 1882 from Bohemia. He was born 6/18/1857. He married Katherina Bruzek
> b. 11/25/1859) in 1888 in Minnesota. Katherina was from Czeckoslovakia.
> Paryzek a common name in Czeckoslovakia/Bohemia? Is it possible to find
> family in Czeckoslovakia?
> Marv Williams
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