Fwd: European Places of Origin Part 5 (Surnames T - End)and listings of cities at end
- Of course, I'm still looking for Parts I & II that were posted by Lois P. originally. Richard ------- Start of forwarded message ------- Subject: European Places of Origin Part 5 (Surnames T - End)and listings of cities at end To: "texasczechs@..." From: epereira@... Date: Thu, 24 Feb 2000 21:52:33 -0800Czech Heritage Society of Texas - http://czechheritage.orgTaken from European Places of Origin from the book "Nase Dejiny" by Kevin Hannan, Dallas, Tx. as it appeared Nov.-Dec. 1989 in Nase Dejiny, transcribed by Lois Petter PereiraTAUBER, Josef arrived 1854, settled in Cat Spring, later in College Station, where he died from the village of Tutlek near Kostelec nad Orlici, Bohemia (pg. 15)TOMSU, Frantisek arrived in Veron in 1906 from the village of Bratrejov, Moravia (pg. 456)TRUCHAT, Dvorak, Aloisie nee TRUCHAT (see DVORAK) (pg. 292)VACEK, Josef J. b. July 8, 1858, arrived in Texas with parents in 1873, at age of 24 married Anna SRUBAR, died in Weimar, Tx. in July 1939 from Moravia (pg. 567)VACULA, Josef settled with family in Plum, Tx. in 1890 from the village of Hovezi, Moravia (pg. 344)VALEK, Josef A. b. April 25, 1896, arrived in Ennis, ca. 1907 at age of 23 married Marie LANICEK from the village of Zlin, Moravia.VALENTA, Josef; VALENTA, Marie arrived with family in 1892 , settled near Corn Hill; VALENTA, Rev. Josef A. b. Sept. 8, 1886; VALENTA Rev. Ignac J. b. March 28, 1888; VALENTA, Rev. Bohuslav (Timothy) from the village of Svebohov, Moravia (pg. 70-74)VALIGURA, Pavek arrived in Fort Worth in 1880 with wifem nived to Garwood, died in 1934 at age of 90. From the village of Velke Karlovice, Moravia (pg 164)VALOUCH, Marie nee MANA b. Jan. 29, 1853, married Frantisek VALOUCH Nov. 18, 1878, arrived with family in 1891 and settled near Bryan, died July 5, 1937, from the village of Zdanice, Moravia (pg 633)VANEK, Jan b. Nov. 12, 1850, arrived in Fayette Co., Tx. in 1875, in 1877 married Veronika KULAK, died March 3, 1933; from the village of of Prchalov near Pribor, Moravia (pg. 572)VANICEK, Rev. Jan b. March 24, 1874, arrived 1907 in Veseleyville, North Dakota from the village of Bystrice near Lanskroun, Bohemia (pg. 207)VASICKOVA, Pazderny, Anna nee VASICKOVA (see Pazdserny) (pg 476)VIKTORIN, Josef b. Nov. 15, 1896 arrived in Nov. 1905 with parents on ship "Frankfurt" from the village of Stavesice near Kyjov, Moravia (pg 699)VOTYPKA, Jan arrived in 1854, settled in Temple, where he died in 1895, from the village of Jemnice, Moravia (pg 15)VYCHOPEN, Josef living in Fayette Co., Tx. in 1855; VYCHOPEN Jan; VYCHOPEN, Pavel from the village of Vsetin, Moravia (pg. 145)WALLA, Jan settled in Frelsburg with family in 1848; WALLA, Frantisek in 1901 moved to Tours, Tx. in 1905 to West, Tx where he died. From Moravia (pg 170)WALLA, KNESEK Anna nee WALLA married Eduard KNESEK, died in July 1939 (pg 596)WIMMER, Bezdek, Terezie nee WIMMER from Munich, Germany (pg 596)WOLF, Jan Petr, b. Dec. 4, 1869, arrived with family in New Orleans in 1878, settled in Bryan, in 1892 married Amalie BRANDEJSKY who died in 1898, in 1909 married Julie MACHACEK; WOLF, Jan employed in Europe as baker, farmed in Texas, died in 1929 from the village of Zdanice, Moravia.YUREK, Marie nee MARALIK b. March 15, 1861, arrived in Texas Oct. 7. 1880, settled at Smothers Creek on Jan. 4, 1881 married Jan YUREK from the village of Frenstat, Moravia (pg. 630)ZELEZNIK, Josef settled near San Felipe, Texas ca. 1852, arrived in Fayette Co., Tx. in 1850 from the village of Jankovice, Moravia (pg 180)ZEMANEK, Anna nee KUBALEK b. 1857, arrived with husband and three children in Bryan in 1880 died, Jan 4. 1915, from the village of Zbesova, Moravia (pg. 634-5)ZUBIK, Frantisek, b. March 4, 1881, arrived in America on Feb. 22, 1901, settled in Bryan from the village of Zelechovice, Moravia (pg 658)VILLAGES OF ORIGIN FOR CZECH-MORAVIAN COMMUNITIES IN TEXASENNIS, Tx. immigrants arriving directly from Europe after ca. 1887 from the Vizovice County, Moravia especially from the village of Provodov (pg. 126)HOSTYN, Tx. settlement near town of Ellinger, six miles south of Fayetteville from Hostyn, Moravia (pg. 232)LATIUM, Tx; Washington Co., Tx. first settlers who settled the area beginning in 1860 form the region of Valassko in Moravia (pg. 290)CORN HILL, Tx. Williamson Co., first settlers who settled the area between 1880-1890 form the region near town of Ostrava, Moravia (pg. 68)PLUM, Tx; Fayette Co., settlers who settled.the area between 1890-1896 from the region near town of Hovezi, Moravia (pg. 344)SEALY, Tx. Austin Co., settlers who settled the area beginning in 1885 from two areas of Moravia near the towns of Ostrava and Holesov (pg. 403)TAYLOR, Tx. Williamson Co., early settlers settled in the area in the 1890's from the region of Valassko in Moravia, especially from the towns Vsetin, Polanka, Luzna and Pozdechov (pg 438)WICHITA FALLS, Tx early settlers arriving from Europe from Moravia (pg. 496)------- End of forwarded message -------
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- Did you ever find Parts I and II?
I am especially interested in the B section for Bezdek and Blahuta.
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