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  • Cindy Harvey
    I have revised the name list to add 2 more pages I found in Nase Dejiny , the magazine. These are from an article called European Places of Origin . Please
    Message 1 of 12 , Jul 30 9:06 AM
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      I have revised the name list to add 2 more pages I found in "Nase Dejiny", the magazine.  These are from an article called 'European Places of Origin'.  Please relook at the list if you did not previously see your surnames listed and need a look-up from the material.
       
      ADAMEIK, BABICOVA, BARON, BARTA, BARTOS, BENES, BERGMANN, BEZDEK, BORDOVSKY, BRANECKY, CERNOSEK, CHOVANEC, CHROMCIK, DIGNOVITI, DUBIL, DVORAK, FABIAN, FOREST, GALLIA, HABART, HAIDUSEK, HANACEK, HANAK, HLUBIK, HOLUB, JANUBIK, JALUFKA, JANACEK, JANDA, JANSA, JARMA, JASEK, JELINEK, KACER, KAFKA, KAINER, KALICH, KALLUS, KAZMIR, KEPRTA, KLECKA, KLIMICEK, KLINKACEK, KLOBOUK, KNESEK, KOCUREK, KOLANCY, KOLIBAL, KONVICKA, KOPECKY, KORENEK, KOWALSKI, KOZA, KRC, KRAUS, KREJCA, KRUK, KUBALEK, KUNC, KUNCAR, KURATKO, KVETON, LANICEK, LASTOVICA, LEBEDA, LESIKAR, LYCKA, MALEC, MANOVSKY, MARAK, MARALIK, MATEJOBSKY, MATERNA, MATHIS, MASIK, MATL, MATOCHA, MATOCHA, MATULA, MATUSTIK, MENZEL, MICEK, MIGL, MIKULA, MLCAK, MOSLER, MUSSIL, MUNZY, NEMEC, NESVADBA, NETARDUS, NEUMANN, NOVAK, ODLOZELIK, PAPRSKAR, PARMA, PAVLIK, PAZDERNY, PELNAR, PETER, POKLUDA, POLANSKY,POLASEK, PRAJER, PRAZAK, PREIS, PRIDAL, PSENCIK, PUSTEJOVSKY, PISCACEK,RACHUNEK, RASKA, ROSENBAUM, SILER, SILLER, SKALICKY,SKOCEK, SLIVA,SMESNY, SOLANSKY, SRAMEK, STANISLAV, STAVINOHA, STIBORIK, STORK, SUBERT,SUGAREK, SVRCEK, SZYMANSKI, TAUBER, TOMSU, TRUCHAT, VACEK, VACULA,VALEK, VALENTA, VALIGURA, VALOUCH, VANEK, VANICEK, VASICKOVA, VIKTORIN,VOTYPKA and VYCHOPEN.
    • Julie Matus
      Cindy - What is in there about the Korenek name? Is it a lot of info? My Korenek ancestors were from the Novy Hrozenkov/Hovezi area. Let me know what you
      Message 2 of 12 , Jul 30 9:39 AM
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        Cindy -

        What is in there about the Korenek name? Is it a lot of info? My
        Korenek ancestors were from the Novy Hrozenkov/Hovezi area.

        Let me know what you find.

        Thanks!!
        Julie & Wes Matus


        Researching:
        Herzik, Korenek, Toman, Dybala,
        Matus, Kubala, Grossman, Krenek



        ---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
        From: Cindy Harvey <cindyharvey@...>
        Reply-To: TexasCzechs@yahoogroups.com
        Date: Tue, 30 Jul 2002 11:06:50 -0500

        >I have revised the name list to add 2 more pages I found in "Nase
        Dejiny", the magazine. These are from an article called 'European
        Places of Origin'. Please relook at the list if you did not
        previously see your surnames listed and need a look-up from the
        material.
        >
        >ADAMEIK, BABICOVA, BARON, BARTA, BARTOS, BENES, BERGMANN, BEZDEK,
        BORDOVSKY, BRANECKY, CERNOSEK, CHOVANEC, CHROMCIK, DIGNOVITI,
        DUBIL, DVORAK, FABIAN, FOREST, GALLIA, HABART, HAIDUSEK, HANACEK,
        HANAK, HLUBIK, HOLUB, JANUBIK, JALUFKA, JANACEK, JANDA, JANSA,
        JARMA, JASEK, JELINEK, KACER, KAFKA, KAINER, KALICH, KALLUS,
        KAZMIR, KEPRTA, KLECKA, KLIMICEK, KLINKACEK, KLOBOUK, KNESEK,
        KOCUREK, KOLANCY, KOLIBAL, KONVICKA, KOPECKY, KORENEK, KOWALSKI,
        KOZA, KRC, KRAUS, KREJCA, KRUK, KUBALEK, KUNC, KUNCAR, KURATKO,
        KVETON, LANICEK, LASTOVICA, LEBEDA, LESIKAR, LYCKA, MALEC,
        MANOVSKY, MARAK, MARALIK, MATEJOBSKY, MATERNA, MATHIS, MASIK,
        MATL, MATOCHA, MATOCHA, MATULA, MATUSTIK, MENZEL, MICEK, MIGL,
        MIKULA, MLCAK, MOSLER, MUSSIL, MUNZY, NEMEC, NESVADBA, NETARDUS,
        NEUMANN, NOVAK, ODLOZELIK, PAPRSKAR, PARMA, PAVLIK, PAZDERNY,
        PELNAR, PETER, POKLUDA, POLANSKY,POLASEK, PRAJER, PRAZAK, PREIS,
        PRIDAL, PSENCIK, PUSTEJOVSKY, PISCACEK,RACHUNEK, RASKA, ROSENBAUM,
        SILER, SILLER, SKALICKY,SKOCEK, SLIVA,SMESNY, SOLANSKY, SRAMEK,
        STANISLAV, STAVINOHA, STIBORIK, STORK, SUBERT,SUGAREK, SVRCEK,
        SZYMANSKI, TAUBER, TOMSU, TRUCHAT, VACEK, VACULA,VALEK, VALENTA,
        VALIGURA, VALOUCH, VANEK, VANICEK, VASICKOVA, VIKTORIN,VOTYPKA and
        VYCHOPEN.
        >
        >


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      • Cindy Harvey
        KORONEK, Pavel, helped found the town of Plum, Texas ca. Nov. 1890; from the village of Hovezi, Moravia (page 344) ... From: Julie Matus To:
        Message 3 of 12 , Jul 30 10:06 AM
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          KORONEK, Pavel, helped found the town of Plum, Texas ca. Nov. 1890; from the village of Hovezi, Moravia (page 344)
           
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          Sent: Tuesday, July 30, 2002 11:39 AM
          Subject: Re: [TexasCzechs] Nase Dejiny Names List - REVISED

          Cindy -

          What is in there about the Korenek name?  Is it a lot of info?  My
          Korenek ancestors were from the Novy Hrozenkov/Hovezi area.

          Let me know what you find.

          Thanks!!
          Julie & Wes Matus


        • Julie Matus
          Thank you Cindy, don t think he fits into our family. But I appreciate you looking it up! Later, Julie Researching: Herzik, Korenek, Toman, Dybala, Matus,
          Message 4 of 12 , Jul 30 10:34 AM
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            Thank you Cindy, don't think he fits into our family. But I
            appreciate you looking it up!
            Later, Julie


            Researching:
            Herzik, Korenek, Toman, Dybala,
            Matus, Kubala, Grossman, Krenek



            ---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
            From: Cindy Harvey <cindyharvey@...>
            Reply-To: TexasCzechs@yahoogroups.com
            Date: Tue, 30 Jul 2002 12:06:00 -0500

            >KORONEK, Pavel, helped found the town of Plum, Texas ca. Nov.
            1890; from the village of Hovezi, Moravia (page 344)
            >
            >----- Original Message -----
            >From: Julie Matus
            >To: TexasCzechs@yahoogroups.com
            >Sent: Tuesday, July 30, 2002 11:39 AM
            >Subject: Re: [TexasCzechs] Nase Dejiny Names List - REVISED
            >
            >
            >Cindy -
            >
            >What is in there about the Korenek name? Is it a lot of info?
            My
            >Korenek ancestors were from the Novy Hrozenkov/Hovezi area.
            >
            >Let me know what you find.
            >
            >Thanks!!
            >Julie & Wes Matus
            >
            >
            >
            >
            >


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          • Ray J. Bacak
            Cindy, would you share anything that is there on Matocha? Thanks again. Ray ... From: Cindy Harvey To: TexasCzechs@yahoogroups.com Sent: Tuesday, July 30,
            Message 5 of 12 , Jul 30 10:59 AM
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              Cindy, would you share anything that is there on Matocha?  Thanks again.  Ray
              ----- Original Message -----
              Sent: Tuesday, July 30, 2002 11:06 AM
              Subject: [TexasCzechs] Nase Dejiny Names List - REVISED

              I have revised the name list to add 2 more pages I found in "Nase Dejiny", the magazine.  These are from an article called 'European Places of Origin'.  Please relook at the list if you did not previously see your surnames listed and need a look-up from the material.
               
              ADAMEIK, BABICOVA, BARON, BARTA, BARTOS, BENES, BERGMANN, BEZDEK, BORDOVSKY, BRANECKY, CERNOSEK, CHOVANEC, CHROMCIK, DIGNOVITI, DUBIL, DVORAK, FABIAN, FOREST, GALLIA, HABART, HAIDUSEK, HANACEK, HANAK, HLUBIK, HOLUB, JANUBIK, JALUFKA, JANACEK, JANDA, JANSA, JARMA, JASEK, JELINEK, KACER, KAFKA, KAINER, KALICH, KALLUS, KAZMIR, KEPRTA, KLECKA, KLIMICEK, KLINKACEK, KLOBOUK, KNESEK, KOCUREK, KOLANCY, KOLIBAL, KONVICKA, KOPECKY, KORENEK, KOWALSKI, KOZA, KRC, KRAUS, KREJCA, KRUK, KUBALEK, KUNC, KUNCAR, KURATKO, KVETON, LANICEK, LASTOVICA, LEBEDA, LESIKAR, LYCKA, MALEC, MANOVSKY, MARAK, MARALIK, MATEJOBSKY, MATERNA, MATHIS, MASIK, MATL, MATOCHA, MATOCHA, MATULA, MATUSTIK, MENZEL, MICEK, MIGL, MIKULA, MLCAK, MOSLER, MUSSIL, MUNZY, NEMEC, NESVADBA, NETARDUS, NEUMANN, NOVAK, ODLOZELIK, PAPRSKAR, PARMA, PAVLIK, PAZDERNY, PELNAR, PETER, POKLUDA, POLANSKY,POLASEK, PRAJER, PRAZAK, PREIS, PRIDAL, PSENCIK, PUSTEJOVSKY, PISCACEK,RACHUNEK, RASKA, ROSENBAUM, SILER, SILLER, SKALICKY,SKOCEK, SLIVA,SMESNY, SOLANSKY, SRAMEK, STANISLAV, STAVINOHA, STIBORIK, STORK, SUBERT,SUGAREK, SVRCEK, SZYMANSKI, TAUBER, TOMSU, TRUCHAT, VACEK, VACULA,VALEK, VALENTA, VALIGURA, VALOUCH, VANEK, VANICEK, VASICKOVA, VIKTORIN,VOTYPKA and VYCHOPEN.


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            • John M Janacek
              Just wondering what information on JANACEK is listed in the Nase Dejiny, specifically, Adolph Janacek m. Anna Fiser in East Gate, Liberty County, Texas. I am
              Message 6 of 12 , Jul 30 12:00 PM
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                Just wondering what information on JANACEK is listed in the Nase Dejiny,
                specifically, Adolph Janacek m. Anna Fiser in East Gate, Liberty County,
                Texas. I am trying to find more information on Adolph's father, Franz d.
                1875.

                Sincerely,
                John M. Janacek
              • Cindy Harvey
                There is nothing on JANACEK. Although there could be a problem if the name in the article was transposed. I would try to look at the book if you can locate a
                Message 7 of 12 , Jul 30 1:19 PM
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                  There is nothing on JANACEK.  Although there could be a problem if the name in the article was transposed.  I would try to look at the book if you can locate a copy.
                   
                  JENECEK, Jindrich, b. June 2, 1859, arrived with parents ca. 1868 in Industry, Asutin Co., TX, married Marie Berckenhoff in 1884, d. June 16, 1930; from the village of Zidlochovice near Brno, Moravia (page 686)
                   
                  ----- Original Message -----
                  Sent: Tuesday, July 30, 2002 2:00 PM
                  Subject: Re: [TexasCzechs] Nase Dejiny Names List - REVISED

                  Just wondering what information on JANACEK is listed in the Nase Dejiny,
                  specifically, Adolph Janacek m. Anna Fiser in East Gate, Liberty County,
                  Texas.  I am trying to find more information on Adolph's father, Franz d.
                  1875.

                  Sincerely,
                  John M. Janacek
                • rebellous_99
                  Thanks. These folks are in my tree. ... the name in the article was transposed. I would try to look at the book if you can locate a copy. ... in Industry,
                  Message 8 of 12 , Jul 30 3:32 PM
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                    Thanks. These folks are in my tree.

                    --- In TexasCzechs@y..., "Cindy Harvey" <cindyharvey@e...> wrote:
                    > There is nothing on JANACEK. Although there could be a problem if
                    the name in the article was transposed. I would try to look at the
                    book if you can locate a copy.
                    >
                    > JENECEK, Jindrich, b. June 2, 1859, arrived with parents ca. 1868
                    in Industry, Asutin Co., TX, married Marie Berckenhoff in 1884, d.
                    June 16, 1930; from the village of Zidlochovice near Brno, Moravia
                    (page 686)
                    >
                    > ----- Original Message -----
                    > From: John M Janacek
                    > To: TexasCzechs@y...
                    > Sent: Tuesday, July 30, 2002 2:00 PM
                    > Subject: Re: [TexasCzechs] Nase Dejiny Names List - REVISED
                    >
                    >
                    > Just wondering what information on JANACEK is listed in the Nase
                    Dejiny,
                    > specifically, Adolph Janacek m. Anna Fiser in East Gate, Liberty
                    County,
                    > Texas. I am trying to find more information on Adolph's father,
                    Franz d.
                    > 1875.
                    >
                    > Sincerely,
                    > John M. Janacek
                  • Gerri Martisek
                    Cindy, Any info would be appreciated on these names: BABICOVA, HANAK, KLECKA, NEMEC, PAZDERNY, PELNAR Thanks, Gerri
                    Message 9 of 12 , Jul 30 5:28 PM
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                      Cindy,

                      Any info would be appreciated on these names:
                      BABICOVA, HANAK, KLECKA, NEMEC, PAZDERNY, PELNAR

                      Thanks,

                      Gerri

                      > Cindy Harvey wrote:
                      >
                      > I have revised the name list to add 2 more pages I found in "Nase
                      > Dejiny", the magazine. These are from an article called 'European
                      > Places of Origin'. Please relook at the list if you did not
                      > previously see your surnames listed and need a look-up from the
                      > material.
                      >
                      > ADAMEIK, BABICOVA, BARON, BARTA, BARTOS, BENES, BERGMANN, BEZDEK,
                      > BORDOVSKY, BRANECKY, CERNOSEK, CHOVANEC, CHROMCIK, DIGNOVITI, DUBIL,
                      > DVORAK, FABIAN, FOREST, GALLIA, HABART, HAIDUSEK, HANACEK, HANAK,
                      > HLUBIK, HOLUB, JANUBIK, JALUFKA, JANACEK, JANDA, JANSA, JARMA, JASEK,
                      > JELINEK, KACER, KAFKA, KAINER, KALICH, KALLUS, KAZMIR, KEPRTA, KLECKA,
                      > KLIMICEK, KLINKACEK, KLOBOUK, KNESEK, KOCUREK, KOLANCY, KOLIBAL,
                      > KONVICKA, KOPECKY, KORENEK, KOWALSKI, KOZA, KRC, KRAUS, KREJCA, KRUK,
                      > KUBALEK, KUNC, KUNCAR, KURATKO, KVETON, LANICEK, LASTOVICA, LEBEDA,
                      > LESIKAR, LYCKA, MALEC, MANOVSKY, MARAK, MARALIK, MATEJOBSKY, MATERNA,
                      > MATHIS, MASIK, MATL, MATOCHA, MATOCHA, MATULA, MATUSTIK, MENZEL,
                      > MICEK, MIGL, MIKULA, MLCAK, MOSLER, MUSSIL, MUNZY, NEMEC, NESVADBA,
                      > NETARDUS, NEUMANN, NOVAK, ODLOZELIK, PAPRSKAR, PARMA, PAVLIK,
                      > PAZDERNY, PELNAR, PETER, POKLUDA, POLANSKY,POLASEK, PRAJER, PRAZAK,
                      > PREIS, PRIDAL, PSENCIK, PUSTEJOVSKY, PISCACEK,RACHUNEK, RASKA,
                      > ROSENBAUM, SILER, SILLER, SKALICKY,SKOCEK, SLIVA,SMESNY, SOLANSKY,
                      > SRAMEK, STANISLAV, STAVINOHA, STIBORIK, STORK, SUBERT,SUGAREK, SVRCEK,
                      > SZYMANSKI, TAUBER, TOMSU, TRUCHAT, VACEK, VACULA,VALEK, VALENTA,
                      > VALIGURA, VALOUCH, VANEK, VANICEK, VASICKOVA, VIKTORIN,VOTYPKA and
                      > VYCHOPEN.
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                    • nmachu@aol.com
                      Cindy, could you tell me what the publication says about LASTOVICA. Thanks Nancy
                      Message 10 of 12 , Aug 1, 2002
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                        Cindy, could you tell me what the publication says about LASTOVICA.
                        Thanks
                        Nancy
                      • Shirley Geyer
                        Cindy, Could you look up the surnames Klimicek & Marak in the Nase Dejiny? Thanks, Shirley ... From: nmachu@aol.com To: TexasCzechs@yahoogroups.com Sent:
                        Message 11 of 12 , Aug 2, 2002
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                          Cindy,
                           
                          Could you look up the surnames Klimicek & Marak in the Nase Dejiny?
                           
                          Thanks,
                          Shirley
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                          Cindy, could you tell me what the publication says about LASTOVICA.
                          Thanks
                          Nancy


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                        • Nangotoo@aol.com
                          Hi, What do you have on the KOLIBAL name? They were my g-g-grandparents and came to TX in 1856. Thanks for all of the good, helpful information. Nanette
                          Message 12 of 12 , Aug 6, 2002
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                            Hi,

                            What do you have on the KOLIBAL name?  They were my g-g-grandparents and came to TX in 1856.  Thanks for all of the good, helpful information.

                            Nanette (Nan) from San Diego, CA
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