Re: [TexasCzechs] Albrecht family
- --Thanks for the info I don't know if these Albrecht's
were related or not. My research starts so far with
John's arrival in 1869 from Bohemia. Thank you anyway.
- Loretta Wotipka-Riely <lottie_pottie@...>
> Dear Pat,__________________________________________________
> My maiden name is Wotipka. My family is from
> Flatonia also and my great grandfather "Martin
> Wotipka" married "Walburge Marie Albrecht" (daughter
> of John Albrecht) in August of 1865.
> They are burried in Flatonia. The Wotipka plot has
> five generations of Wotipka's burried in it and one
> tomestone that says "Albrecht". The Albrecht's were
> from Wurtemburg Germany. This is probably the same
> family. I hope this is helpful. Let me know if you
> find out anything more. Good luck.
> Loretta Ann Wotipka-Riely
> Pat stoffel <stoffelpat@...> wrote:
> I am researching my paternal lineage. My father's
> was James Albrecht. I have traced back to my great
> grandfather John (johann) albrecht and 2nd wife Anna
> Sebesta. They lived in Fayette County, TX mainly
> around Flatonia. I would be interested in any
> information regarding either family.
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