Re: [TexasCzechs] Freedom to Move Freely
- "Thanks so much. I should have known this but it never crossed my mind.
I remember seeing the letters of permission to emigrate and the
responses they received. If they went without an okay then the records
would reflect "Escaped to America". That booklet that I took for Grandma
and Grandpas passport was probably the citizen id card you spoke of.
This is interesting.......lois
Richard Garza wrote:
> Hi Lois,ADVERTISEMENT
> There are many things we take for granted as citizens of the
> (at least for the time being). One of those things is the right to
> about freely from one city to the next or from one state to the next.
> so for our ancestors under Habsburg rule up until about 1848 when they
> gained some more freedoms.
> On Wed, 20 Mar 2002 16:16:31 -0600 Lois Pereira <> writes:
> > Now I have observed
> > several times in Dr. Simicek's book a phrase he uses a lot. This
> > being, he became a Frenstat citizen by the marriage to.... Could
> > it
> > just be a speech pattern and his way of saying that this is how he
> > came
> > to be in said city or was this literally the way to become a citizen
> > in said city? >
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Lois Petter Pereira
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