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    Hi All, If it was good the first time (thanks to Lois P.), it s worth reposting. Richard ... Subject: European Places of Origin Part 3 K - M To:
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      Hi All, If it was good the first time (thanks to Lois P.), it's worth reposting. Richard------- Start of forwarded message ------- Subject: European Places of Origin Part 3 K - M To: "texasczechs@..." From: epereira@... Date: Wed, 02 Feb 2000 20:59:19 -0800Czech Heritage Society of Texas - http://czechheritage.orgFrom European Places of Origin From the Book Nase Dejiny" by Kevin Hannan, Dallas, Tx. Appeared Nov.-Dec. 1989KAZMIR, Martin arrived with wife,, both buried in Moravia, Tx. cemetery from the village of Hrozenkov, probably Novy Hrozenkov, Moravia (pg. 313)KEPRTA, Bohuslav b. March 24, 1894 arrived in Galveston, on Aug. 7, 1907 with parents three brothers and three sisters, from the village of Kunvald, Bohemia (pg. 558)KLECKA, Josef b. Jan. 30, 1836, for reasons pertaining to health emigrated arrived in Texas in 1899, Dubina d. July 23, 1906 from the village of Zabreh, Moravia after marriage he settled and farmed in Palkovice (pg. 566)KLIMICEK, Benjamin arrived in Galveston on Aug. 31, 1856; KLIMICEK, Alois arrived in 1856 on ship "Elizabeth" Journey lasted thirteen weeks from the village of Frenstat, Moravia (pg. 15, 689)KLINKACEK, Rev. Dr. Frantisek b. Nov. 24, 1902, arrived in New York on Jan. 10, 1931 from the village of Hradec ?svacova, Bohemia (pg. 185-186)KLOBOUK, Ref. Josef b. Oct. 11, 1873, ordained to priesthood in Hostyn, Moravia July 26, 1902, worked in Bosnia-Hercegovina and northern Bohemia, arrived in Texas in 1911 from the village of Klopotice u ?avacova, Moravia (pg. 335)KNESEK, Vojtech arrived 1856 from the village of Frenstat, Moravia (pg. 15, 689)KOCUREK, Josef settled at Ross Prairie, Fayette Co., Tx. between 1865- 1875 from the village of Hovezi, Moravia (pg?)KOLACNY, Bohumil settled in Cat Spring in 1854 from the village of Bukovina near Strouzna, Prussian Silesia (modern Poland) (pg. 15)KOLIBAL, Valentin arrived in 1856 from Frenstat, Moravia .KONVICKA, family from Mnisi, MoraviaKONVICKA, Peter, Rozalie nee KONVICKA arrived in 1856 from Ticha, MoraviaKOPECKY, Augustin J. arrived in Texas in 1871, Sweet Home,Tx. from the village of Stramberk, Moravia (pg. 693)KOPECKY, Filomena, nee JANSA married Augustine J. KOPECKY in 1873 from the village of Cermna, Bohemia (pg?)KOPECKY, Martin arrived with wife both buried at St. John's Cemetery, from the village of Hrozenkov probably Novy Rozenkov, Moravia (pg. 313)KORENEK, Pavel helped found the town of Plum, Texas ca. Nov. 1890 from the village of Hovezi, Moravia (pg. 344)KOWALSKI, Rev. Frantisek ordained priest July 26, 1892, worked in Buffalo, N. Y. before coming to Texas from the village of Winnica, County Pultusk, Poland (pg. 132)KOZA (also spelled KOSE), Frantesek arrived in 1856 from the village of Sklenov, Moravia (pg. 16, 241, 689)KRC, Rev. Martin b. 1844, ordained 1870, arrived in Texas in Jan. 1876, d. and buried 1878 in Industry, Austin Co., Tx. from Frenstat, Moravia (pg. 268)KRAUS, from the village of Hradec KRALOVE, BohemiaKREJCA, Tomas b. 1804, arrived in Cat Spring, Tx. in 1855 from Lutonia near Vizovice, Moravia (pg. 15)KRUK, settled with son in Corpus Christi, Czech by nationality from Russian Poland (pg. 78)KUBALEK, Zemanek, Anna nee KUBALEK b. 1857, arrived with husband and three children in 1880, Bryan, d. Jan. 4, 1915 from the village of Zbesova, Moravia (pg. 634)KUNC,Rev. Josef C. b. Nov. 21, 1882, arrived in Galveston, autumn 1905 from the village of Kvasnice u Solnice, Bohemia (pg 113)KUNCAR, NOVAK, Marie nee KUNCAR b. Jan. 12, 1892, arrived Sealy, Tx. in 1922 married Vojtech NOVAK in 1912 from the village of Havrice near Uhersky Brod, Moravia (pg. 701)KURATKO, Rev. Bohumil b. Oct. 31, 1890 form the village of Frenstat, Moravia (pg. 431)KVETON, Rev. Jabub b. April 7, 1882 from the village of Lhota, Bohemia (pg. 408)LANICEK, Bartolmej, settled in Ennis in 1875, lived previously in Bryan, Tx. from the village of Zdanice near Brno, Moravia (pg. 125)LASTOVICA, Josef living in Fayette Co., Tx. by 1855 from the village of Hovezi, Moravia (pg. 145)LEBEDA, August, early settler of Fort Worth, returned to Bohemia, where he married. Resettled in Fort Worth in the 1870's from Bohemia (pg. 164)LESIKAR, Josef K. b. 1806, arrived in Texas in 1853 from the village of Herbotice, in eastern Bohemia (pg. 15)LYCKA, Stavinoha, Marie nee LYCKA arrived in Texas in 1881 from the village of Mala Hrabova near Ostrava, Moravia (pg. 698)MALEC, Vladimir b. Sept. 3, 1887 arrived with parents, three brothers and sister ca. 1903 in South Omaha, Neb. arrived in Texas ca. 1930 from the village of Ruda, near Velke Mezirici, Moravia (pg 697)MANOVSKY, (see Kainer) from the village Bilovec near Hranice, Moravia (pg. 692)MARAK, Frantisek arrived in 1856 from the village of Ticha, Moravia (pg. 15, 689)MARALIK, YUREK, Marie nee MARALIK b. March 15, 1861, arrived in Texas Oct. 7, 1880 married Jan YUREK Jan. 4, 1881 from the village of Frenstat, Moravia (pg. 630)MATEJOVSKY, Vaclav b. April 30, 1829, arrived in Texas ca. 1850 from the village of Nechanice near Novy Bydzov, Bohemia (pg. 15)MATERNA, MATERNA, Marie nee SUPAK HLUBIK (see HLUBIK) from the village of Vsetin, Moravia (pg 164)MATHIS, Rev. A. b. July 3, 1874, ordained priest 1897 from Lorraine, France (pg. 221)MASIK, Josef b. 1810, arrived Cat Spring in 1855 from Zacany (today Hustopece), Moravia (pg. 15)MATL, Rev. Tomas b. July 20, 1902 to Czech parents, arrived with parents at age of ten months, near Temple from Vienna, Austria (pg. 177)MATOCHA, Jan helped establish town of Plum, Tx. ca. Nov. 1890, daughter Antonie b. Dec. 28, 1890 from the village of Hovezi, Moravia (pg. 344)MATOCHA, Michael d. ca. 1890 form the village of Velke Karlovice, Moravia (pg. 62)MATOCHA, Rosalie c. 1934 from the village of Velke Karlovice, Moravia (pg. 223)MATULA, Jan A., arrived with wife and three children in 1882, employed as a miller in Skenov, arrived in Baltimore on ship "Nesser" after journey of 17 weeks from the village of Sklenov, Moravia (pg. 225)MATULA, Josefa, Alois, Antonin, Barbara from the village of Sklenov, Moravia (pg. 225)MATUSIK, family living in Sweet Home, Tx. ca. 1882 from Silesia (pg. 427)MENZEL, Rev. Bohumir arrived in Texas in 1840, returned to homeland in 1850, d. in Nove Mesto, from the village of Frydlant,Bohemia (pg. 14)MICEK, Dr. Eduard b. Aug. 18, 1891, graduated Charles University Ph.d 1924 arrived in America Aug. 31, 1924 from Frydek, Silesia (pg. 677)MIGL, Frantisek b. April 1, 1827, d. 1919 from the village of Jama near Ceske Budejovice, Bohemia (pg. 688)MIGL, Anna Jakubik, nee MIGL (see JAKUBIK) (pg. 628)MIKULA, Josef, settled at Ross Prairie, Fayette Co., Tx. between 1865-1875 from the village of Hovezi, Moravia (pg. 45)MLCAK, August arrived on May 9, 1871 with wife ,son Antonin and two daughters, invited by JMosef ZELEZNIK, settled near San Felipe from the village of Rosteni near Holexaov, Moravia (pg. 180)MLCAK, Antonin (pg. 180)MOSLER, Rev. P. A. b. April 16, 1879 ordained 1905 arrived at St. Helwig, Tx. 1905 from the village of Urbanowice, Silesia(modern day Poland) (pg. 44)MUSSIL, Dr. Antonin C. arrived as a youth with parents, father descendedfrom French family DeGuise, his grandfather arrived in Moravia ca. 1670, married Anezka Hajek of Moravia, Tx., who died in Ennis. Later married Marie Mokry of Granger, from the village of Brno, Moravia. (pg. 319)MUZNY, Ignac arrived 1856 from the village of Ticha, Moravia (pg. 15, 689)------- End of forwarded message -------
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