- The following names appeared on a display at the recent Czech Heritage Soc meeting in Cat Spring, Austin County, Texas: 1852 KUNA, Mathias 1853Message 1 of 2 , Nov 26, 2004View SourceThe following names appeared on a display at the recent Czech
Heritage Soc meeting in Cat Spring, Austin County, Texas:
1852 KUNA, Mathias
1853 BATLA, Thomas
1853 LESIKAR, Karel
1853 LESIKAR, Josef
1853 WOTIPKA, John
1854 ZVOLANEK, Jan
1854 REYMERSHOFFER, John
1854 RYPL, Josef
1854 SHILLER, Vincenc
1855 WRLLA, John
1855 STUPL, Anton
1855 CHUPIK, Thomas
1855 WALECEK, John
1855 USTYNIK, John
1855 MIKESKA, Josef
1855 MIKESKA, Petr
1855 ZAPALAC, John
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- I just re-discovered a pamphlet I have, called The Czech Texans . It s part of a series that UT put out in 1972, dealing with the different ethnic groupsMessage 2 of 2 , Nov 30, 2004View SourceI just "re-discovered" a pamphlet I have, called "The Czech Texans".
It's part of a series that UT put out in 1972, dealing with the
different ethnic groups that make up Texas. I don't know if it's still
available, but I highly recommend it anyone interested in Czech history
here in Texas.
One of the things it brings out is a settler named Anthony Michael
Dignowity, who immigrated in Oct 1832, to New York, then on to San
Antonio, via Mississippi.
Anyone have an earlier czech immigration to Texas? I was just wondering
who the first one was.
It goes on to talk about many other early settlers, the early
settlements, and townships, newspapers, and organizations, and many old
Title: The Texians and the Texans, THE CZECH TEXANS
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